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GrafinTok™, A Lubricant Additive Using Graphene
GrafinTok™, benefits consumers as it helps reduce cost and saves fuel, and acts as a lubricant additive that prolongs the lifespan of engine oil and cools the vehicle engines. Innovation produced by a group of UPM researchers led by Prof. Dr. Janet Lim Hong Ngee is suitable for all types of cars and is easy to use as drivers only need to add GrafinTok™ into the engine oil.
GrafinTok™, A Lubricant Additive Using Graphene
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Synthesis and Characterization of Heterogeneous Magnetic Bifunctional Catalyst Derived from Rice Husk for Biodiesel Production from Used Cooking Oil
Synthesis and Characterization of Heterogeneous Magnetic Bifunctional Catalyst Derived from Rice Husk for Biodiesel Production from Used Cooking Oil
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Preparation, Characterization and Application of MIP as Sensing Material
Preparation, Characterization and Application of MIP as Sensing Material
This program aims to introduce the technology of molecular imprinted polymer (MIP) which is a mimic technology that has the ability to imitate the ability of enzymes and antibodies and has a high identification of target molecules. This MIP technology has many advantages to be used as a detection or sensing material such as having high mechanical and chemical stability and can be widely applied in the sensor industry.
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