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Research on Catalysis at The Department of Chemistry, University of Indonesia: Department of Chemistry Faculty of Mathematic and Science University of Indonesia Kimia FMIPA-UI, Depok 16424 Phone: 62-21-7270027; Fax: 62-21-7863432 http://www.chem.ui.ac.id Current Research: Research on catalysis at our The Department of Chemistry, University of Indonesia, mainly focusses on heterogeneous catalysis employing alumina, titania, zeolite and modified catalyst. Some of the staffs are also interest on homogeneous catalysts, employing complex coordination compounds, and phase transfer catalysts, employing macro molecule e.g. crown ether. Heterogeneous Catalysis: We are currently interested on (1) A gas phase emission reduction system of NO X and SO X ; (2) Transformation of eugenol-isoeugenol and other natural product species; (3) Modification of alumina, silicon oxide bentonites and zeolites, with transition metals for special purposes, e.g. hydrogenation of benzene to cyclohexane. Heterogeneous Photo catalysis: We are currently exploring (1) how to manage immobilized TiO 2 film coated on to an inner wall of glass column tube as a photo catalytic reactor and test the reactor for the degradation of toxic organic compounds and disinfect the water; (2) Study a photo catalytic reduction of CO 2 to produce alcohols; (3) Develop a route to produce nano size and nano tube of TiO 2 Others: There is also a minor activities on the study of catalytic properties of complex coordination compounds and macromolecules. Members: Internal: Wahyudi Priyono Suwarso; Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi; Widayanti Wibowo; Ridla Bakri; Yuni Krisnandi; Riwandi Sihombing; Hedi Surahman. Affiliate: Slamet (Chemivcal Engineering, Univ. of Indonsia); Suhardono (Gas & Petroleum Institute); Winarti Andayani Lindu (National Nuclear Energy Agency) Grants: DRPM-FMIPA-UI (current); Osaka Gas Foundation for Cultural Exchange (current and past); P3M-DIKTI (past); RUT-KMNRTLIPI (past) Selected Publications: 1. Slamet, H.W. Nasution, E. Purnama, S. Kosela, J. Gunlazuardi*: “Photocatalytic reduction of CO 2 on copper-doped Titania catalysts prepared by improved-impregnation method” Catalysis Communications, In press, 2005 2. J. Gunlazuardi and W.A. Lindu: “Photocatalytic degradation of pentachlorphenol in aqueous solution employing immobilised Ti0 2 supported on titanium metal” Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, A: Chemistry, In press, 2005 3. Slamet, J.Gunlazuardi and S. Kosela: “Photoreduction of CO 2 on TiO 2 Photocatalysts Powders" Journal ACGC, Vol 17, 2004 4..J.C. Harper, P.A. Christensen, T.A. Egerton, T.P. Curtis and J. Gunlazuardi: "Effect of catalyst type on the kinetics of the photoelectrochemical disinfection of water inoculated with E.coli" Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 31:623-628, 2001 5. I.M. Butterfield, P.A. Christensen, T.P. Curtis and J. Gunlazuardi :"Water Disinfection Using An Immobilised Titanium Dioxide Film In A Photochemical Reactor With Electric Field Enhancement”, J.Water Research, vol.31, No.3, p.675, 1997 [J.Gunlazuardi and WA Lindu, J PhotoChem Photobiol A:Chemistry, 2005 inpress] Contact Person: Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi [firstname.lastname@example.org] Schematic diagram of reactor arrangement Picture of home made Photo catalytic Reactor
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