Muhammad Abbas Ahmad Zaini
Muhammad Abbas Ahmad Zaini
Lecturer at Faculty of Chemical & EnergyEngineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
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Adsorption of heavy metals onto activated carbons derived from polyacrylonitrile fiber
MAA Zaini, Y Amano, M Machida
Journal of hazardous materials 180 (1-3), 552-560, 2010
Preparation and characterization of activated carbon from pineapple waste biomass for dye removal
MN Mahamad, MAA Zaini, ZA Zakaria
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 102, 274-280, 2015
Potassium hydroxide activation of activated carbon: a commentary
TS Hui, MAA Zaini
Carbon letters 16 (4), 275-280, 2015
Adsorption of aqueous metal ions on cattle-manure-compost based activated carbons
MAA Zaini, R Okayama, M Machida
Journal of hazardous materials 170 (2-3), 1119-1124, 2009
Adsorption of benzene and toluene onto KOH activated coconut shell based carbon treated with NH3
J Mohammed, NS Nasri, MAA Zaini, UD Hamza, FN Ani
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 102, 245-255, 2015
Surface modification of activated carbon for adsorption of SO2 and NOX: A review of existing and emerging technologies
AA Abdulrasheed, AA Jalil, S Triwahyono, MAA Zaini, Y Gambo, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 94, 1067-1085, 2018
Sludge-adsorbents from palm oil mill effluent for methylene blue removal
MAA Zaini, M Zakaria, SHM Setapar, MA Che-Yunus
Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 1 (4), 1091-1098, 2013
Silver nanoparticles in the water environment in Malaysia: inspection, characterization, removal, modeling, and future perspective
A Syafiuddin, S Salmiati, T Hadibarata, ABH Kueh, MR Salim, MAA Zaini
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-15, 2018
A comparative study of various oil extraction techniques from plants
JM Danlami, A Arsad, MAA Zaini, H Sulaiman
Reviews in Chemical Engineering 30 (6), 605-626, 2014
Preparation, characterization, and dye removal study of activated carbon prepared from palm kernel shell
JR García, U Sedran, MAA Zaini, ZA Zakaria
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (6), 5076-5085, 2018
Critical issues in microwave-assisted activated carbon preparation
MAA Zaini, MJ Kamaruddin
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 101, 238-241, 2013
Characterization and process optimization of castor oil (Ricinus communis L.) extracted by the soxhlet method using polar and non-polar solvents
JM Danlami, A Arsad, MAA Zaini
Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 47, 99-104, 2015
Surface modification of low-cost bentonite adsorbents—A review
JA Alexander, MA Ahmad Zaini, A Surajudeen, ENU Aliyu, AU Omeiza
Particulate Science and Technology 37 (5), 538-549, 2019
Solubility assessment of castor (Ricinus communis L) oil in supercritical CO2 at different temperatures and pressures under dynamic conditions
JM Danlami, MAA Zaini, A Arsad, MAC Yunus
Industrial Crops and Products 76, 34-40, 2015
Palm oil mill effluent sludge ash as adsorbent for methylene blue dye removal
MAA Zaini, TY Cher, M Zakaria, MJ Kamaruddin, SH Mohd. Setapar, ...
Desalination and Water Treatment 52 (19-21), 3654-3662, 2014
Activated carbons by zinc chloride activation for dye removal–a commentary
PE Hock, MAA Zaini, M Abbas
Acta chimica slovaca 11 (2), 99-106, 2018
Malachite green adsorption by potassium salts‐activated carbons derived from textile sludge: Equilibrium, kinetics and thermodynamics studies
SH Tang, MAA Zaini
Asia‐Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering 12 (1), 159-172, 2017
Microwave-induced zinc chloride activated palm kernel shell for dye removal
MAA Zaini, TW Meng, MJ Kamaruddin, SHM Setapar, MAC Yunus
Sains Malaysiana 43 (9), 1421-1428, 2014
Adsorption of malachite green and congo red dyes from water: recent progress and future outlook
NB Swan, MAA Zaini
Ecological Chemistry and Engineering 26 (1), 119-132, 2019
Development of activated carbon pellets using a facile low-cost binder for effective malachite green dye removal
SH Tang, MAA Zaini
Journal of Cleaner Production 253, 119970, 2020
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