Hi, I am Ainun Zuriyati Binti Mohamed, My LiveDNA is 60.22792
Dr. Ainun Zuriyati Binti Mohamed
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Materials Science from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
Institute: Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Area of Interest: Engineering
  •   Biomaterials
  •   Polymers Synthesis
  •   Metal Forming
  •   Nanomaterial
URL: http://livedna.org/60.22792
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Abdullah, H.H., A.Z.M. Asa'ari, N.I.M. Zawawi, L.C. Abdullah and S. Zakaria, 2013. Effects of physical treatments on the hydrophobicity of kenaf whole stem paper surface using stearic acid. BioResources, 8: 4088-4100.
2:   Ainun, Z.M.A., I.N. Nurul, S. Zaida, H.A. Hazwani and J. Latifah, 2017. Properties of paper manufactured from kenaf as function of alkaline pH medium and retention of precipitated calcium carbonate. Pertanika J. Trop. Agric. Sci., 40: 459-470.
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3:   Ainun, Z.M.A., Z. Sarani, S. Roslinda and A. Mustaffa, 2010. Cationic starch as a dry strength agent in magnetic papermaking. Sains Malaysiana, 39: 239-242.
4:   Jaber, S.M., U.K.M. Shah, A.Z.M. Asa'ari and A.B. Ariff, 2017. Optimization of laccase production by locally isolated Trichoderma muroiana IS1037 using rubber wood dust as substrate. BioResources, 12: 3834-3849.
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5:   Latifah, J., Z.M.A. Ainun, I. Rushdan and S. Mahmudin, 2009. Restoring strength to recycled fibres by blending with kenaf pulp. Malaysian J. Sci., 28: 79-87.
6:   Main, N.M., R.A. Talib, R. Ibrahim, R.A. Rahman and A.Z. Mohamed, 2014. Suitability of coir fibers as pulp and paper. Agric. Agric. Sci. Procedia, 2: 304-311.
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7:   Main, N.M., R.A. Talib, R. Ibrahim, R.A. Rahman and A.Z. Mohamed, 2015. Linerboard made from soda-anthraquinone (Soda-AQ) treated coconut coir fiber and effect of pulp beating. BioResources, 10: 6975-6992.
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8:   Mohamed, A.Z., S. Zakaria, R. Shamsuddin and M. Abdullah, 2010. Effect of mixed tropical hardwood kraft pulp and polyacrylamide types on magnetite retention in lumen loaded handsheets. Sains Malaysiana, 39: 441-444.
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9:   Mohieldin, S.D., E.S. Zainudin, M.T. Paridah and Z.M.A. Ainun, 2011. Nanotechnology in pulp and paper industries: A review. Key Eng. Mater., 471-472: 251-256.
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10:   Moradbak, A., P.M. Tahir, A.Z. Mohamed and R.B. Halis, 2015. Alkaline sulfite anthraquinone and methanol pulping of bamboo (Gigantochloa scortechinii). BioResources, 11: 235-248.
11:   Moradbak, A., P.M. Tahir, A.Z. Mohamed, L.C. Peng and R. Halis, 2016. Effects of alkaline sulfite anthraquinone and methanol pulping conditions on the mechanical and optical paper properties of bamboo (Gigantochloa scortechinii). BioResources, 11: 5994-6005.
12:   Moradbak, A., P.M. Tahir, A.Z. Mohamed, M.M. Abdi, R.L. Razalli and R. Halis, 2017. Isolation of cellulose nanocrystals from Gigantochloa scortechinii ASAM pulp. Eur. J. Wood Wood Prod. 10.1007/s00107-017-1244-1.
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13:   Mossello, A.A., J. Harun, H. Resalati, R. Ibrahim, P.M. Tahir, S.R.F. Shamsi and A.Z. Mohamed, 2010. Soda-anthraquinone pulp from Malaysian cultivated kenaf for linerboard production. BioResources, 5: 1542-1553.
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14:   Mossello, A.A., J. Harun, P.M. Tahir, H. Resalati, R. Ibrahim, S.R.F. Shamsi and A.Z. Mohmamed, 2010. A review of literatures related of using kenaf for pulp production (beating, fractionation and recycled fiber). Modern Applied Sci., 4: 21-29.
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15:   Mossello, A.A., J. Harun, S.R.F. Shamsi, H. Resalati, P.M. Tahir, R. Ibrahim and A.Z. Mohmamed, 2010. A review of literatures related to kenaf as a alternative for pulpwoods. Agric. J., 5: 131-138.
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16:   Othman, R., S. Zakaria, C.H. Chia, A. Zuriyati and N. Isa, 2010. Mechanical and optical properties of CaCO3 lumen-loaded paper: Effect of polyethylenimine and alum. Sains Malaysiana, 39: 435-439.
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17:   Rafidah, D., Z.M.A. Ainun, H.A. Hazwani, I. Rushdan and C.A. Luqman et al., 2017. Characterisation of pulp and paper manufactured from oil palm empty fruit bunches and kenaf fibres. Pertanika J. Trop. Agric. Sci., 40: 449-458.
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18:   Zahari, N.I., U.K.M. Shah, A.Z.M. Asa'ari and R. Mohamad, 2015. Selection of potential fungi for production of cellulase-poor xylanase from rice straw. BioResources, 11: 1162-1175.
19:   Zawawi, N.I.M., A.Z.M. Asa'ari, L.C. Abdullah, H.H. Abdullah, J. Harun and M. Jawaid, 2013. Water absorbency and mechanical properties of kenaf paper blended via a disintegration technique. BioResources, 8: 5570-5580.