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ASSOCIATE PROF. DR. SHARIFAH BINTI MOHAMAD

Department of Chemistry

Faculty of Science

sharifahm@um.edu.my
Latest Award
Recognition:invited speaker in the international conference on materials and mathematical sciences (icmms 2020)
Recognition:invited speaker in the international conference on materials and mathematical sciences (icmms 2020)
Year 2020
Latest Evaluation
UTP: MSc Candidate: Imidazolium Based Ether-Nitrire Functionatized Bistriflimide Ionic Liquids For Co2 Removal From Hydrocarbon UTP: MSc Candidate: Imidazolium Based Ether-Nitrire Functionatized Bistriflimide Ionic Liquids For Co2 Removal From Hydrocarbon
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Year 2020
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Latest Publication
2020

Curcumin/beta-cyclodextrin inclusion complex as a new "turn-off fluorescent sensor system for sensitive recognition of mercury ion

2020

Spectroscopic studies for the inclusion complexation of ketoprofen enantiomers with beta-cyclodextrin

2020

Spent tea leaves as an adsorbent for micro-solid-phase extraction of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) from water and food samples prior to GC-FID analysis.

2020

Studies on the supramolecular complex of a guanosine with beta-cyclodextrin and evaluation of its anti-proliferative activity.

2011

Hazardous Organic Air Pollutants

2013

Optimization of a Greener Method for Extraction Phenol Species by Cloud Point Extraction and Beta-Cyclodextrin as a Modifier and Spectrophotometry

2013

Use of cost-effective amendments for in situ immobilization of heavy metals in a contaminated soil:Metal leachability and a sequential extraction study

2013

Optimization of a greener method for extraction phenol species by cloud point extraction and beta-cyclodextrin attach with Ionic Liquid as a Modifier Combined with UV-Vis Spectrophotometry.

2013

Development of Cloud Point Extraction Combined with Spectrophotometric Determination of Phenolic Compounds in Environmental Samples with Silicone Surfactant