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Utilization Of Nanogold And Nanosilver To Treat Herpes Disease: Case Study Of Herpes Transmission In Islamic Cottage Schools

Titik Taufikurohmah, Djojok Supardjo, Rusmini Rusmini
This research aims to utilize nanogold and nanosilver to treat herpes disease which suddenly appeared in one of the Islamic cottage schools. How this happened is not a study this time. Nanogold has activity to increase cell proliferation and collagen biosynthesis. Nanogold also has antioxidant activity....
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Experimental Study on the Effect of Oil Recovery and Transportability Through the Rock Core Using SiO2 Nanoparticles Fluid for Sandstone

Kazunori Abe, Taisuke Inomata, Shigemi Naganawa, Hikari Fujii
In oil recovery technique using SiO2 nanoparticles, evaluating the transportability of the nanoparticles in various sandstones contributes to controls of fluid behaviour in petroleum reservoirs and improvement of oil recovery factor. In the core flooding test with high-content kaolinite sandstones, the...
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Peer-Review Statements

Arifah Sri Wahyuni, Lilla Prapdhani Agni Hajma, Refsya Azanti Putri
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the 4th ICCBP 2022 (International Conference of Current Breakthrough in Pharmacy 2022 during 14–15 January 2022 in Surakarta Indonesia. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee and approved...
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Peer-Review Statements

Saprizal Hadisaputra, Agus Abhi Purwoko, Yusran, Pravin Dudhagara, Erin Ryantin Gunawan, Antonius R. B. Ola
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Release Profile of Betanin from Chitosan Microparticle Containing Beetroot (Beta vulgaris Linn) Extract

Anita Sukmawati, Isna V. Risdiyanti, Clara C. Marthadilla
Beetroot (Beta vulgaris L.) was formulated into Microparticles (MP) to maintain its antioxidant stability and control the release of active substances for longer use. Chitosan was used as a matrix to encapsulate beetroot extract. This study aims to determine the effect of chitosan concentration on drug...
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A Cotton Bud Coated with Chitosan/N-Carbon Dot Composite as SPE Sorbent for Extraction of Steroid Hormones from Fish Farm Water

Deki, Panote Thavarungkul, Proespichaya Kanatharana, Chongdee Thammakhet Buranachai
17-β Estradiol (E2), estrone (E1), and testosterone (T) are steroid hormones formed naturally by humans and animals or derived from synthetic sources. These steroid hormones are frequently used in aquaculture farms to increase production and treat diseases. However, there are concerns about the presence...
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Mucolytic Activity of Flavonol Isolated from The Silver Fern (Pityrogramma calomelanos)

Suyatno Sutoyo, Tukiran Tukiran, Nurul Hidajati, Nur Indah Kumalasari
The aim of study is to determine the mucolytic activity of flavonol compound namely 3,5, 7,3’,4’-pentahydroxy flavone (quercetine), isolated from acetone extract of the silver fern (P. calomelanos). The mucolytic activity assay in vitro was based on the decreasing viscosity of intestinal mucus...
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Fabrication and Characterization of Copper Phthalocyanine- Based Field Effect Transistors

Nergui Uranbileg, Tuul Tsagaantsooj, Anar Enkhbayar, Davaajargal Darambazar, Munkh-Erdene Erdene-Ochir, Ganzorig Chimed
Future generations of electronic products will be enabled by flexible electronic circuits, displays, and sensors based on organic active materials, which could eventually reach the mainstream electronics industry. One of such devices is the organic field-effect transistor (OFET), which are three-terminal...
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The Effect of Concentration Calcium Alginate On Metformine Encapsulated

Sari Edi Cahyaningrum, Nuniek Herdyastuti, Amaria Amaria, Pupuh Findia
This research aimed to study the effect of concentration calcium alginate on metformine encapsulation processes and investigated characteristic of metformine encapsulation. The encapsulation of metformine performed using chitosan and calcium alginate polymers with calcium chloride as crosslingk agent....
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Lichen Dirinaria Applanata Microwave Assisted Extraction Using Deep Eutectic Solvents and Binary Solvents

Misbahu Said Ahmad, Zaharraddeen Muhammed
Ionic liquids and volatile organic solvents are both intended to be replaced with deep eutectic solvents (DES) in industrial and laboratory procedures. Low cost, simple manufacturing, biodegradability, strong solubilization strength, and low toxicity are a few advantages of using DES. One of the most...
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Application of Gold Nanoparticle-Based Colorimetric Methods in Virus Detection: A Narrative Review

Erindyah Retno Wikantyasning, Hasna Adilia Wibowo
Virus infections are one of the leading causes of rising global health threats. Increasing virus infections will encourage the development of faster and more accurate diagnostic methods. Gold nanoparticle biosensors have the potential to become a simple and rapid colorimetric-based diagnostic method....
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Determination of Ellagic Acid Compound Activity as Anti Breast Cancer

I Gusti Made Sanjaya, Defitiana Wanita
This research was conducted to determine the activity of ellagic acid compounds as anti-breast cancer. The research was carried out through Molecular Docking in silico with several stages such as optimization of the structure of 3D ellagic acid compounds and docking between optimized ellagic acid compounds...
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First-Principles Study of Adsorption of Hazardous Atoms on the Silica Surface

Ankhzaya Ganbaatar, Namsrai Tsogbadrakh, Ochirkhuyag Baynjargal, Tamiraa Ganbold
In this study, the adsorption of hazardous atoms including lead on the silica surface (SiO2 [001]) was investigated using the first-principles method within the framework of density functional theory (DFT). We performed the full structural optimization and found the most stable configuration. Four different...
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Diversification of “NAJWA” Hijab Staining using Tie-Dye Method Based on Natural Dyes

Samik Samik, Agus Budi Santoso, Nita Kusumawati
Diversification of "Najwa" hijab staining has been carried out using a tie-dye method based on natural dyes. A number of natural dyes materials, which include turmeric, cherry and mango leaves and brazilwood bark, have been optimized for use. To obtain a stable color quality, staining is carried out...
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Characterization of Organic Solvent Tolerance Lipase from Compost Indigenous Bacteria

Nurhasanah, Aspita Laila, Heri Satria, Ni Luh G. R. Juliasih, Qonita Nurul Husna
Lipases are a group of hydrolase enzymes that play an important role in industry and biotechnology. In addition, lipase has the ability as a catalyst in ester hydrolysis, transesterifications, alcoholysis, and acydolysis reactions. This study aims to obtains the character of the tolerant lipase of organic...
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Antioxidant and Antihypertensive Activity of Collagen and Elastin Hydrolysate at Different Molecular Weights

Bayarjargal Munkhuu, Lkhagvamaa Erdene, Zolzaya Bayarsukh, Enkh-Ariun Altantulga, Oyuntuya Baltsukh, Gan-Erdene Tudev, Ariun Narmandakh
The angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory activity and antioxidant property of collagen and elastin hydrolysates, and their peptide fractions (< 5 kDa, 5-10 kDa, 10-100 kDa) were compared. The bovine raw-hide and paddywhack (Ligamentum nuchae) were used for the preparation of collagen and...
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Histopathology of Kidney In Mice (Mus musculus L) Indicated By Pre-Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 (Pre-Type 2 DM) With a variation of Yeast Treatment

Rudiana Agustini, Erlix Rakhmad Purnama, Agus Widodo
A kidney is an organ that has many roles to survive. This organ can be damaged by type 2 diabetes mellitus which is marked by high glucose in the blood. Histological studies of kidney tissue in mice (Mus musculus L.) shown by type 2 pre-Diabetes Mellitus with variations in yeast treatment have been carried...
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Chemical and Physical Process Combinations: Microwave in Lignin Degradation of Pecan Shells as Alternative Fuel Raw Materials

Rini Kartika Dewi, M. Istnaeny Hudha, Anindita Rauda, Safarina Tsulusia
Pecan shell is an abundant amount of biomass waste and has the potential as one of the fuels, with a very hard texture and having holocellulose content of 49.22% and lignin 54.46%. Whereas the pecan shell composition after in the form of 100 mesh powder was 33% hemicellulose, 17% cellulose and 34% lignin....
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Screening for Superoxide Dismutase Activity in Certain Food and Medicinal Plants of Mongolia

Bayarmaa Jambalsuren, Purev Dondog
The purpose of the present work was to perform a screening for SOD activity in plants traditionally used as food and medicine in Mongolia. The SOD activity was measured by their effects on pyrogallol autoxidation. In the studied plants, the SOD activity varied from 0.42±0.01 to 10.47±0.1 U/mg protein....
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SNEDDS Formulation for the Combination of Snakehead Fish (Channa striata) and Bitter Melon (Momordica charantia L.) Extract

Wa Ode Indah Wulan Hartini Halir, Muhtadi, Erindyah Retno Wikantyasning
The combination of Snakehead Fish Powder (SFP) and Bitter Melon Extract (BME) was possible to lower blood sugar levels and antidiabetic agents. The combination of SFP and BME through the mechanism of Self-Nanoemulsifying Drug Delivery Systems (SNEDDS) was carried out. The SNEDDS are forms of lipid-based...
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Segmentation on Electrode Surface: Enhancement of Electroflotation on Laboratory of Wastewater Treatment

Siti Jumrah, Rudy Syah Putra
Performance of the electroflotation process is strongly influenced by the size and number of the hydrogen and oxygen gas bubbles that form during the electrolysis of water. In this study, the analysis of the size distribution of gas bubbles by the segmentation of the electrode surface was evaluated....
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Biochemical Composition, Amino Acid and Fatty Acid Contents of Muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) Meat

Sukhdolgor Jigmed, Enkhsukh Lkhamkhuu, Oyunjargal Tumurbaatar, Setev Shar, Suvdmaa Tuvaanjav
We have defined the biochemical composition of the carcass meat of muskrat, including the content of the amino acids, lipids, and saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. The moisture, crude proteins, fatty acid, and ash were 74.6, 23.2, 1.2, and 0.92%, respectively. The average amount of calories was...
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Isolation and Utilization of Protease Lactic Acid Bacteria as Meat Tenderizer

Prima Retno Wikandari, Diah Puri P. Panggayuh, I Gusti Ngurah Agung Oka Dhana
The objective of this research was to observe the potency of protease of Lactobacillus LBP 1 as meat tenderizer. The study included the proteolytic enzyme activity and the effect of the enzyme concentration to meat tenderizing. The isolation of protease used ammonium sulphate of 15%, 30%,4%, and 60%,...
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Standardization of Herbal Tea Quality Production Baureno Bojonegoro Society

Pirim Setiarso, Rusijono Rusijono, Asrul Bahar, Samik Samik, Nita Kusumawati
In this study, standardization of ginger and curcuma tea produced by the Baureno Bojonegoro society was carried out. To get high quality products, standardization has been carried out in the washing, slicing and drying processes. Washing stages of raw materials carried out for 1 min, with a slice thickness...
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The Characterization of Acid Soluble Collagen from Sheep Tail Tendon

Budjav Jadamba, Enerelt Urnukhsaikhan, Anujin Gantulga, Sugar Lkhagvachuluun, Enkhsaikhan Lkhagvasuren, Bilegtsaikhan Tsolmon, Lkhagvasuren Damdindorj
The sheep (Ovis aries) tail tendons are the major by-products after being slaughtered for food consumption. A tendon is a powerful band of fibrous connective tissue that is composed of parallel bundles of collagen fibers and connects muscle to bone, due to the transmit forces and tolerate tension during...
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Effect of Rapid-Mixing Duration on Floc Growth in the Coagulation of Peat Water with Sesbania grandiflora Seed as Measured by DinoCapture 2.0

Rudy Syah Putra, Farikhatul Fitria
The coagulation treatment was applied to the synthetic peat water using Sesbania grandiflora seed. One of the factors to enhance coagulation is rapid and slow mixing. Rapid mixing is crucial to promote the interaction of coagulant with suspended particles and the formation of micro flocs. While slow...
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Production Of Working Electrodes Graphene Oxide For Phenol Analysis Voltammetrically

Pirim Setiarso
The working electrode in the voltammetry method is an electrode that responds to the current generated in a redox reaction. The working Electrode to response currents through the process of migration, convection and diffusion. Working electrodes can be made according to the needs for qualitative and...
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The Potential Effect of Conferment Jamu “Pegal Linu” to Pharmacokinetics of Paracetamol in Wistar Male Rats (Rattus norvegicus L.)

Gilang R. Farizi, Ovikariani, Rahmasani, Any M. Sari, L. Isti’adzah
Paracetamol (acetaminophen) is a ubiquitous drug usually prescribed for its analgesic and antipyretic effects. It is a readily available over-the-counter medication. Consumption of jamu and paracetamol causes pharmacokinetic interaction. This study aimed to determine how much the potential of jamu “pegal...
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The Physicochemical Composition of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Oil and Its Treatment Characteristics

Bayarmaa Barkhuu, Munkhgerel Lodonjav, Oyundari Ganzorig, Nomindari Tumurtogoo
Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) oil is a unique oil source, emphasizing its potential as a dietary and medicinal supplement. Many studies have shown that the whole berry oil of sea buckthorn is rich in saturated and unsaturated fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins. The oil also had been used...
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Antioxidant and Phytochemical Test of Ziziphus mauritiana Ethanol Extract

Nurul Hidajati, Siti Nafsiyah Rokhmania
Ziziphus mauritiana is one of the plants that can grow in Indonesia. Many of these plants have reported potential antioxidant compounds. Z. mauritiana ethanol extract was obtained through maceration of bark and continued with phytochemical screening and antioxidant activity testing using DPPH method....
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Adsorption of copper metal waste in prototypes on a laboratory scale

Nuniek Herdyastuti, Rusmini Rusmini, Sari Edi Cahyaningrum
Waste treatment has been carried out to reduce the presence of contaminants such as the content of copper (Cu) which is very dangerous for health. One of the efforts made is by adsorption using activated carbon. The purpose of this study was to determine the efficiency of activated carbon adsorption...
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The Use of Complexing Agent 1-5Diphenylthiocarbazone in the Analysis of Heavy Metals Cu, Pb, Zn, Mn and Ni in Seawater Samples: Application of Solvent Extraction Learning in Analysis Separation Subject

Muti’ah, Jackson Siahaan, I. Nyoman Loka
This research investigates the use of 1-5diphenylthyocarbazone in the analysis of heavy metals Cu, Pb, Zn, Mn, and Ni in seawater samples collected from Alas Strait Waters. The aim of this research is to find out the optimum conditions in analyzing heavy metals, such as optimum pH, extraction time, recovery...
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Chemical Composition of Peloid from Lake Khyargas

Bayaraa Batnasan, Ganzaya Gankhurel, Dolmaa Gania
The purpose of the study was to determine chemical and organic matter compositions of peloid from Lake Khyargas in Uvs province by chemical and instrumental methods, including X-ray, ICP–OES, and GS/MS. Based on our results, it was identified that the peloid from Lake Khyargas belongs to hydrogen sulfide...
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Extraction and Application of Natural Dyes from Brazilwood and Water guava leaves

Nita Kusumawati, Samik Samik, Supari Muslim
The use of natural dyes for batik has some advantages because it produces a unique exotic color with exclusive imaging and is environmentally friendly due to the waste easily degraded. The purpose of this research was to obtain textile dye extract from brazilwood (Caesalpinia sappan L) and water guava...
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The Use of Bosentan in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

Yupaporn Preechagoon, Samaporn Kawboot, Supabhorn Onsanit
The main class of drugs specific treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) were calcium channel blocker, sildenafil, bosentan, beraprost and iloprost. Bosentan is a competitive, specific dual receptor (ET-A and ET-B) antagonist. The aim of this study was to investigate the pattern, reason,...
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Exploration of Natural Dyes by Using a Combination of Caesalpinia sappan and Leucaena leucocephala L. Leaves.

Nita Kusumawati, Anang Kristyanto, Samik Samik
In this research an exploration of the potential use of Caesalpinia sappan and Leucaena leucocephala L. has been carried out as an alternative to environmentally friendly dyeing. To optimize the quality of the shades produced, pre-treatment is done using Turkish Red Oil (TRO) (washing) as well as alum...
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Chlorophyll Catabolites in Senescent Leaves of Lima Bean (Phaseolus Lunatus) and in the Frass of Spodoptera Littoralis After Defecation

Amarsanaa Badgaa, Axel Mithoefer, Khureldavaa Otgonbayar, Christian Paetz, Wilhelm Boland
Chlorophylls (Chls), the green pigments responsible for photosynthesis in plants, algae and bacteria, are also part of the daily diet of herbivorous feeders. Chl degradation occurs during leaf senescence and fruit ripening but is also noticed as a response to biotic and abiotic stresses. Besides the...
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Kinetics of Gas and Liquid Smoke from Catalytic Pyrolysis of Human Hair Cut Waste and Its Characterization

I Dewe K. Anom, Marianus, J. Z. Lombok, Lalu Rudyat Telly Savalas
Human haircut waste (HHW) is categorized as waste that is difficult to decompose by microorganisms in water and soil and has high stability to temperature. HHW disposal carelessly will cause environmental pollution problems. Incineration of HHW produces gas with a pungent odor that can interfere with...
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Pharmacist’s Knowledge of Adverse Drug Reactions Reporting: Narrative Review

Fadillah Ayu Sekar Waras Pratiknya, Fita Rahmawati
Adverse drug reactions can increase morbidity and mortality in hospitals and the community. Monitoring the incidence of adverse drug reactions can prevent or reduce the harm experienced by patients and can improve public health. Pharmacists have an important role in drug monitoring, starting from the...
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Quality Improvement of ABBS Hand Writing Batik Production through Standardization of Natural Dyeing using Water Guava and Mango Leaves

Nita Kusumawati, Samik Samik, Anang Kristyanto
Dyeing standardization in the production of ABBS SMEs natural dye hand writing batik has been done. A series of stages of pre-treatment, dyeing and fixation have been determined to obtain the desired shades, color intensity and fastness. Optimizing the quality of dyeing is done by washing mori fiber...
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Increased Storage and Nutrition Content of Processed Foods through Vacuum Packaging

Niken Purwidiani, Pirim Setiarso, Nita Kusumawati
Food is a basic need for human survival. Various vegetable and animal sources are used to fulfill this. Through the production of potato donuts and beef meatballs, Auliya SMEs has played an active role as one of the providers to fulfill this need. Along with increasing public awareness of food health,...
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Vertical Profile of Water and Sediment in Lake Oigon

Byambadulam Enkhee, Buyan Chuluun, Bayanmunkh Baatar, Shurkhuu Nyamdorj, Sen-Lin Tang, Bolormaa Oyuntsetseg
Determining vertical variation of water quality parameters is contributed to a better understanding of the true nature of lakes. Lakes are classified into holomictic and meromictic lakes by their mixing mode; the former occurs physico-chemical mixing between the surface and deep waters, while the latter...
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Morphometric and Nutrient Content of Endemic Solen sp. (Lorjuk) of Pamekasan Madura

Mirwa Adiprahara Anggarani, Erlix Rakhmad Purnama
The research was conducted on May to July 2019, in Pamekasan, Madura, East Java, Indonesia. The aim of this study was to know the content of Solen sp. (Lorjuk) the shellfish which live dan consumed by local community in Madura. This is a descriptive quantitative research. Parameters that used in determining...
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Characterization of Biochars Produced from Various Biowastes

Bayarjargal Bayartsengel, Nomuunzaya Erdene-Ochir, Sainzaya Battulga, Saurjan Tyeliubek, Erdenedalai Jantsanpurev, Buyan Chuluun
Biochar is a product of thermal degradation of organic materials in the absence of air (pyrolysis). Slow-pyrolyzed and biowaste-derived biochars show excellent adsorption properties. Studies on biochars produced from pine nut shells, sawdust, and cow dung have been carried out in Mongolia determining...
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Synthesis and Antioxidant Activity of Calix[4]resorcinarene Derivatives Compounds

Emmy Yuanita, Maria Ulfa, Rizky Annisa Ramadhini, Ni Komang Tri Dharmayani, Aris Riyaldi, Sudirman
Synthesis of calix[4]resorcinarene derivatives and their activity as an antioxidant has been carried out. The calix[4]resorcinarene was synthesized through a condensation reaction of resorcinol, valeraldehyde, and benzaldehyde using HCl as a catalyst with ethanol as a solvent (73 ℃, 24 h). Two synthesized...
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The Adverse Drug Reactions of Erythropoietin in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

Isnaini Zuliastuti Mubarokah, Fita Rahmawati
Anaemia is a severe problem for chronic kidney failure patients who want to maintain their quality of life. A decrease in erythropoietin production causes anaemia. Erythropoietin therapy is crucial in treating anaemia in chronic kidney failure patients. However, erythropoietin therapy can cause adverse...
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Comparison of the method used for extraction chloramphenicol from its Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP) using chloroform as porogen

Maria Monica Sianita, Ni Nyoman Tri Puspaningsih, Miratul Khazanah, Gaden Supriyanto
The synthesized of chloramphenicol – MIP (molecularly imprinted polymer) has been developed in many ways and many purposes. The purpose of this research was to compare the methods used for extracting chloramphenicol from its molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) by calculating the percent of extraction...
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Effectiveness of Evodiamine and Evodone as Ovarian Anticancer In Silico

Erlix Rakhmad Purnama, Ghea Dionita Sanora, Elly Yana Mastura, Muhammad Ongky Muji Handoyo
Cancer is a disease that is still a global problem which ranked second leading cause of death, amounting to 13% after cardiovascular disease. Cancer of the ovaries are the second most common group of gynecologic cancers, and account for about 5% of all women's cancers. Chemotherapy (chemo) is the use...
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Synthesis and Characterization of Nano TiO2 with Sol-Gel Method as Self-Cleaning Agent on Acrylic Paint

Dina Kartika Maharani, Pirim Setiarso, Mirwa Adiprahara Anggarani, Qurrota A'yun
Metal oxide TiO2 has photocatalytic properties that make TiO2 amphilic, that is, hydrophobic in the dark (without UV light) and hydrophilic in the light (there is UV light). The photocatalytic properties of TiO2 can be utilized to develop self-cleaning materials in paints. Self-cleaning material is a...
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Fabrication of Flat Tubular Clay-Based Porous Support Filters

Dolgorjav Rentsendavaa, Saran Galdansambuu, Song In-Hyuck
Mongolia has few freshwater resources. It is therefore important to conserve water resources. An efficient possibility is to purify water and reuse it. Therefore, the scientists from the Material Science Center of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology collaborated with the researcher from...
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DFT Study of Selectivity of 12-Crown-4 Derivatives on Alkali Metal Ions

Saprizal Hadisaputra, Husnul Khotimah, Aliefman Hakim
A theoretical study of alkaline earth extraction using 12-crown-4 derivative has been carried out. The capability of the crown ether derivative to extract alkaline metal cations (Li+, Na+, K+) is studied by Density Functional Theory (DFT) Method. The DFT calculations uses 6-311G(dp) basis set at the...
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The Effect of Curing and Extraction Time against Yield and Quality of Type B Gelatin from Goat Bone

Asrul Bahar, Rusijono Rusijono, Nita Kusumawati
In this study evaluated the effect of preparation conditions (curing) and extraction time on the yield and quality (water and ash content, gel, and organolaptic properties) of type B gelatin from goat bone. In general, the yield of goat's gelatin (GBG) increases with increasing curing (10-50 days) and...
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Microbiological and Hydrochemical Parameters of Deep Wells Used for Drinking Water in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Dulamsuren Ganpurev, Odontuya Gombosuren, Tsiiregzen Andarai, Dariimaa Battulga, Ichinnorov Amarjargal, Buyanjargal Zolboot, Khureldavaa Otgonbayar, Oyuntsetseg Dolgorjav, Amarsanaa Badgaa
Groundwater is not a nutrient-rich environment for microorganisms to grow and thrive, but it is polluted by many environmental factors. These nutrients can exceed the permissible levels in drinking water and can be a reason for spreading highly infectious diseases in the population. Therefore, there...
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Alkaline Earth Extraction by Derivatives of 15-Crown-5: A Theoretical Study

Maria Aloysia Cyntia Medho, Rahmawati, Saprizal Hadisaputra
A theoretical study of alkaline earth extraction using a 15-crown-5 derivative has been carried out. The selectivity of the crown ether derivatives to extract alkaline earth metal cations (Be2+, Mg2+, Ca2+) is studied by Density Functional Theory (DFT). The DFT calculations use 6-31G(d) and LANL2DZ basis...
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The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Factors Affecting the Mental Health Status of College Students

Nila Sari, Hidayah Karuniawati, Tri Yulianti, Aniq Hudiyah Bil Haq
COVID-19 has become a world pandemic. The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 has predicted causes of mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, and stress among students. This study aims to describe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the factors affecting the mental health status of...
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The Effect Of Chitin Size And Soaking Time On Decreasing Cholesterol Levels On Quail Eggs

Nuniek Herdyastuti, Aisyah Vynkarini Daniar
Hypercholesterolemia is a symptom that shows an increase in cholesterol levels in the blood and can cause atherosclerosis which is a major factor for cardiovascular diseases such as coronary heart disease. Quail eggs are one of the foods that contain high cholesterol. Cholesterol content in quail eggs...
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The Development Of Anti Miskim Software To Reduce Misconception Of Students On Buffer Solution Matter Through Conceptual Change Text Strategy

Siti Agustiyaningsih, Sukarmin Sukarmin, Utiya Azizah
The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility of anti-miskim software with the conceptual change text strategy as a learning media to reduce misconceptions in buffer solution material. Feasibility of the software in terms of criteria validity, practicality, and effectiveness. This type of...
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Synthesis and Characterization of Lantanum Metal Organic Frameworks and Their Potential as Metal Cations and Oxo-Anions Sensor

Sura Menda Ginting, Dewi Handayani, Rina Elvia, Intan Dwi Lestari, Uli Rosidah
This research investigates the synthesis and characterization of La-NDC/La-BDC MOF using FTIR, XRD, SEM, and the electronic response of those MOFs to metal ions and oxoanions at the UV-Vis range. This research was conducted in February-June 2022 at the Laboratory of Basic Science, Faculty of Education...
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Thermal Solvolysis of Coals Under Mild Conditions as an Alternative Way to Produce Aromatics for Carbon Materials

Peter Kuznetsov, Budeebazar Avid, Lyudmila Kuznetsova, Barnazan Purevsuren, Xing Fan, Zinfer Ismagilov, Vladimir Safin
Russia, China and, Mongolia are among the countries having large reserves of coals which are traditionally utilized mainly as a fuel for energy generation. In the present paper, the solvolysis of a large series of different-ranked coals from various deposits of Russia and Mongolia in anthracene oil as...
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The Development of Demische Software to Detect and Reduce Misconception in Chemical Equilibrium through Conceptual Change Text Strategy

Lifia Ramadhani, Sukarmin Sukarmin, Utiya Azizah
This research is used to obtain Demische (Decreasing misconception in chemical equilibrium) software that is proper through conceptual change text strategy that is developed as learning media to detect and reduce misconception in chemical equilibrium 11th grade. Software feasibility can be known by three...
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Use of Extemporaneous Compounding Products in Pediatric Patients: A Systematic Review

Zakky Cholisoh, Ulfa Datrya Fauzi
The objective of this study to review and identify recent studies related to incidence of the extemporaneous compounding products used for pediatric patients. This systematic literature review was conducted by searching the literature using the PubMed and Google Scholar electronic databases between 2016...
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Effect of Edible Coating Based on Chitosan as Polyelectrolyte Complex Film on Vitamin C Loss at Pineapple Fruit During Storage

Dhony Hermanto, Murniati, Harmiati, Nurul Ismillayli, Erin Ryantin Gunawan, Hirnani Julianti, Sri Seno Handayani, Dedy Suhendra, Vici Lestari Hasim
The high consumption of fresh fruit encourages the development of studies on safe food coatings, such as hydrocolloid-based edible coatings. In this study, a complex polyelectrolyte based on chitosan (chi) was synthesized and applied as a coating for fresh pineapple. As a cationic polymer, chitosan interacts...
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Stimulation of Low-Temperature Dissolution of Organic Matter of Brown Coal, Composition of Bitumoids

Sergey Zherebtsov, Kirill Shpakodraev, Natalia Malyshenko, Konstantin Votolin, Zinfer Ismagilov
The paper presents data on the yield, chemical composition of bitumen extracted from the brown coal of the Tyulgan deposit. Bitumens were extracted from brown coal by the following methods: I) sequential extraction with ethanol, n-heptane, alcohol-benzene according to the Grefe method, II) low-temperature...
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The Sorogan-Bandongan Model as Active Learning Model in Indonesia

Rinaningsih Rinaningsih, Asep Kadarohman, Harry Firman
Active learning is teaching and learning process its student centered. Exposure at this article bent on for to prove that Sorogan-Bandongan Model can be categorized as the active learning model that center on student. Method as used in exposure this article namely descriptive qualitative, use 52 students...
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Problem-Solving based Teaching Materials: an Important Role in Enhancing Undergraduate Students Thinking Skills

Utiya Azizah, Harun Nasrudin, Rusmini Rusmini
Problem-solving is an individual's cognitive process to achieve the goals and solutions to the problem at hand. Problem-solving is a serious concern of the government of the Republic of Indonesia to prepare graduates who have high competitiveness. This study aims to describe undergraduate students' thinking...
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Approach Toward Natural Dyes for Coloring Songket Ikat Woven Using Hanjuang (Cordyline fruticosa) Extract

Dhony Hermanto, Baiq Handayani Rinuastuti, Nurul Ismillayli, Handa Muliasari, Ulul Khairi Zuryati, Rochmad Kris Sanjaya
Sukarara Village is a woven fabric tourism village on Lombok Island with featured songket and ikat weaving products. Natural dyes in woven fabrics are popular because they are more environmentally friendly, and the colours are more natural than synthetic dyes. However, natural dyes fade quickly, colour...
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Chemical Education Student Science Process Skills, in Specific and in General Content

Suyono Suyono, Harun Nasrudin, Bertha Yonata
This study aims to obtain the value of the estimated index of Science process skills (SPS) of students in the specific content (SPS-ISC) against the SPS score in general content (SPS-IGC). The SPS-ISC score is set based on the student's answer in answering questions developed based on the SPS indicator...
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Evaluation of the Standard Implementation of Pharmaceutical Services at the Klaten Regency, Indonesia

Zuha Rahma Salsabila, Tri Yulianti
Pharmacy is a place to practice pharmaceutical services carried out by a pharmacist. Pharmaceutical service standards in pharmacies are a benchmark in providing pharmaceutical services for pharmacists. Based on previous research, the implementation of pharmaceutical service standards in several regions...
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Investigation on Characterization and Pyrolysis of Some Coals from Mongolia

Purevsuren Barnasan, Batkhishig Damdin, Batbileg Sanjaa, Battsetseg Munkhtaivan, Ankhtuya Ariunbold, Jargalmaa Soninkhuu, Avid Budeebazar, Ariunaa Aleksandr, Peter Kuznetsov
This study reports the technical characteristics, the organic elemental composition of coal, and the inorganic elemental composition of coal ashes from four selected coals including Tavan tolgoi, Nariin sukhait, Baganuur and Shivee-Ovoo deposits in Mongolia. The thermal stability analyses of the organic...
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The Role of Chemistry and its Learning to Improve 21st Century Skills in Revolutional Industry 4.0 Era

Suyanta Suyanta
Technologies at the industrial revolution 4.0 (also referred to as Industry 4.0) which has grown exponentially and progressed at rapid pace largerly take impact on many of other fields covering manufacturing, economy, health care, and education. Therefore, Indonesia entails proper preparations to stay...
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Remediation Of Students’ Misconception Based On Their Learning Style Through Guided Conceptual Change Strategies In The Concept Of Electrochemistry

Sukarmin Sukarmin, Suyono Suyono, Wasis Wasis
The problem of misconception in Chemistry is a very serious thing. Misconceptions that occur in the students’ early learning, will become the source of misconceptions on the next material. This study will attempt to reduce or remedy such misconception through Guided Conceptual Change in the concept of...
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Waterflooding Technique to the Kashkari Oilfield in the North Part of Afghanistan

Zabihullah Mahdi, Kazunori Abe, Khwaja Naweed Seddiqi, Hikari Fujii
Hydrocarbons represent an important natural resource for the rehabilitation and sustainable development of Afghanistan. In this paper, the use of waterflooding is demonstrated for the petroleum reservoirs of the Kashkari oilfield in northern Afghanistan. The technique stands on the Buckley–Leverett frontal-displacement...
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Prevention of Progression and Remission in Public Health Sectors: Bangladesh Perspectives

Mohammad Nasir Uddin, Talha Bin Emran
In South Asia, the prevalence of health problems is increasing day by day. Over 11.9% of the 167.85 million people in Bangladesh live in poverty with no safety net. Moreover, communicable diseases (vaccine-preventable diseases, tuberculosis, malaria, HIV/AIDS, and neglected tropical disease) and non-communicable...
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School Literacy Movement, Scientific Literacy, and Science Matter Inventory for Hearing Impaired Students

Sri Poedjiastoeti, Wagino Wagino, Dian Avina Turja Soffa
This paper aim to describe results of inventory school literacy movement, scientific literacy, and science matter in school for dissabilities especially hearing impairment students. This results used to design science multimedia was appropriate with hearing impairment students, especially for elementary...
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Hydrocracking of Atmospheric Residue from Tsagaan-Els Oil, Mongolia

Myagmargerel Bayanmunkh, Byambajav Ganbold, Narangerel Janchig, Gantsetseg Byambasuren, Khulan Bayasgalan
Cracking is the complex physical and chemical process of converting high molecular hydrocarbons into valuable products such as gasoline fraction and light fuel fraction. There are several oil fields in Mongolia and three large deposits already are being exploited. The crude oil was classified as high-paraffinic...
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The Correlation Between Knowledge Level with Attitude and Behavior Toward the Diarrhea Self-medication Among Parents of Toddlers in Parangjoro, Grogol, Sukoharjo, Central Java, Indonesia in 2021

Nuring Novita Kusumawati, Ambar Yunita Nugraheni
Diarrhea is the second leading cause of death in children aged 5 < years worldwide. Diarrhea is also a potential endemic disease of Extraordinary Events (Kejadian Luar Biasa/KLB) followed by mortality in Indonesia. Diarrhea is a disease that can be treated with self-medication. Knowledge affects attitudes...
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The Effect Of Using Atomic Models Interactive Multimedia Flash Based On Students Learning Outcomes

Sihaqqul Firdaus, Rusly Hidayah
The purpose of this study to determine the effect of using atomic models interactive multimedia flash based on students learning outcomes, student learning outcomes that will be measured is how much the value increases obtained by students and the minimum completeness criteria obtained by students. The...
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Effect of Organic Extractants on the Extraction of Rare Earth Elements from Sulphuric Acid Leach Liquor

Altansukh Batnasan, Ariunbolor Narankhuu, Ariuntuya Battsengel, Kazutoshi Haga, Atsushi Shibayama
In this study, the various organic extractants, namely D2EHPA, PC-88A, TBP, TBPP, TOA, and TOPO, were examined to extract REEs from sulphuric acid leach liquor of apatite ore. Extraction parameters including extractants type, the concentration of extractant, organic to aqueous phase ratio, and contact...
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Theoretical And Empirical Validity Of Student Work Sheets To Train Eco Innovation In The Study Of Food Analysis

Rusmini Rusmini, Titik Taufikurohmah, Maria Monica Sianita
Research has been conducted on the development of Student Worksheets to practice eco innovation in the food analysis course. This development is motivated by the implementation of the FMIPA Unesa SD-Dikti curriculum based on ecopreneurship KKNI. Eco innovation is a part of ecopreneurship. The development...
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The Development of Chemtoon (Chemistry Cartoon) Comic as Chemistry Learning Media on Acid Base Matter for XI grade of Senior High School

Nurus Shobah Asmiarsih, Rusmini Rusmini
This study was intended to determine the feasibility of Chemtoon comic that was developed as a chemistry learning media on acid-base matter. It was conducted at SMAN 1 Wringinanom on 15 students in XI IPA 2 with heterogeneous abilities. The comic designed according to the criteria for learning media....
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Cu(II), Pb(II) and Cr(VI) Adsorption on the Modified Activated Carbon

Nasanjargal Shirendev, Munkhpurev Bat-Amgalan, Ariunaa Aleksandr, Burmaa Gunchin, Ganchimeg Yunden
In this study, the sorptions of Cu(II), Pb(II), and Cr(VI) on amine-functionalized activated carbon were investigated. Coal from the Tavantolgoi deposit of Mongolia was used as a precursor for the modification. After the coal carbonization, the char was activated with heated steam at different times...
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The Adequacy of Antioxidant Intake of Pregnant Women in Artisanal Small-Scale Gold Mining in Encountering Pandemic Condition

Ardiana Ekawanti, Suryani As’ad, Rosdiana Natsir, Husaini Umar, Deasy Irawati, Ima Arum Lestarini, Lina Nurbaiti
Background: The antioxidant is a nutrient that is needed to encounter free radicals produced by internal metabolism and also from the environment. In artisanal small-scale gold mining areas, environmental pollution, particularly mercury, could be the source of the free radical agents. Besides pollution,...
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Identifying Medication-Related Problem in Secondary Stroke Prevention Therapy: A Cross-Sectional Study in Central Java, Indonesia

Hidayah Karuniawati, Zakky Cholisoh, Tanti Azizah Sujono, Laila Nisaul Hekmah
Stroke is the second leading cause of death globally after ischemic heart disease. Patients who survive the first stroke have a possibility to get a recurrent stroke. American Heart Association and the Indonesian Neurologist Association recommend secondary stroke prevention to minimize recurrent stroke....
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The students’ conception track of low-perception-students trough the conceptual change (CCM) module based on mental models on electron configuration concept

Nurina Kusuma Ayu Pratiwi, Suyono Suyono, Yuanita Leny
Misconception has a close correlation with mental models. The aim of this study is to know the track of student conceptions trough the misconception (MC) remediation using Conceptual Change Module (CCM) based on mental model in electron configuration concept. The research using one group pretest and...
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Beneficiation and Sulfuric Acid Leaching of Manganese Ore

Sukhbat Sandag-Ochir, Zagarzusem Tsedendamba, Orgilbayar Batkhuyag, Jargalsaikhan Lkhasuren, Khasbaatar Dashkhuu, Sugir-Erdene Namsrai, Baasanjav Dashtseren, Unursaikhan Buyannasan, Otgonjargal Enkhtur
The beneficiation of low-grade manganese ore is investigated using applied magnetics separation, multi-gravity separator, shaking table, flotation methods, and sulfuric acid leaching. The manganese content in the ore sampled from the Unagad deposit is 17.31%. The best option and high result among beneficiation...
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CHIBO Adventure Games a Learning Media on Chemical Bond Matter for Senior High School

Nanik Mardiana, Achmad Lutfi, Dian Novita
The research aims to get the feasibility of CHIBO Adventure game as a learning media on chemical bond matter for senior high school. The research method uses Research and Development (R&D) done until limited testing phase. The test was conducted to 30 students of 10th grade of SMA Negeri 1 Manyar-Gresik....
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Ethnopedagogy Approach in Chemistry Learning as an Effort to Strengthen Students’ Cultural Identity

Yayuk Andayani, Yunita Arian Sani Anwar, Aliefman Hakim, Ermia Hidayanti
The purpose of this study is to describe the application of the ethnopedagogy approach in chemistry learning as an effort to strengthen the cultural identity of students. This qualitative research involved 122 students of eleventh grade at SMAN 1 and SMAN 2 Pujut, Central Lombok. The cultural identity...
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The Adverse Drug Reactions on Antipsychotic Use in Residual Schizophrenia Outpatients at Hospital in Purworejo, Central Java, Indonesia

Ayu Nissa Ainni, Fita Rahmawati
Residual schizophrenia is a type of schizophrenia with a record of at least one psychotic episode, followed by symptoms that are more prominently negative. Antipsychotic use is the primary therapy, but long-term antipsychotic use affects problems such as Adverse Drug Reactions, resulting in reduced adherence,...
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A Technological Study of Reduced Iron from Standard Concentrate

Unursaikhan Buyannasan, Sukhbat Sandag-Ochir, Sugir-Erdene Namsrai, Soyolmaa Tsolkhuu, Orgilbayar Batkhuyag, Baasanjav Dashtseren, Zagarzusem Tsedendamba, Khasbaatar Dashkhuu, Otgonjargal Enkhtur
The gas-based direct reduction of iron concentrate pellets was carried out by using the typical carbon monoxide. The investigation on the influences of time and temperature of the reduction were studied. The results showed that the temperature and time of the reduction were directly related to the reduced...
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Chemmo Configuration Game As Learning Media On Periodic System Of Element Matter

Muslela Qona'atun, Achmad Lutfi, Rusly Hidayah
The aim of the research is to get the feasibility of Chemmo Configuration game as learning media in chemistry material, periodic system of element based on validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the game. This research use a Research and Development (R&D) method which consist of three stages,...

Corrigendum to “Characterization of Biochars Produced from Various Biowastes”

Bayarjargal Bayartsengel, Nomuunzaya Erdene-Ochir, Sainzaya Battulga, Saurjan Tyeliubek, Erdenedalai Jantsanpurev, Buyan Chuluun
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Corrigendum to “Waterflooding Technique to the Kashkari Oilfield in the North Part of Afghanistan”

Zabihullah Mahdi, Kazunori Abe, Khwaja Naweed Seddiqi, Hikari Fujii
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Analysis of the Application of STEM with an Ethnoscience Approach by Chemistry Teachers in West Nusa Tenggara

Yayuk Andayani, Yunita Arian Sani Anwar
This study aims to analyze the application of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) with an ethnoscience approach to chemistry learning in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB). It is qualitative research using a questionnaire technique to assist in obtaining relevant information. The total sample...
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Relationships Between Perception toward Assessment with Learning Result of Student

Muchlis Muchlis, Suhadi Ibnu, Subandi Subandi, Siti Marfuah
This research aim to describe relationships between perception toward assessment with learning result of student. Perception toward assessment it means student percepts assessment as assessment of learning (AoL), assessment for learning (AfL) or assessment as learning (AaL). Subject research is 35 students...
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Inhibitory Activity of the α-Glucosidase Enzyme by Albumin Isolated from Giant Gourami (Osphronemus Goramy), Rice Eel (Monopterus albus), and Mackerel Tuna (Euthynnus affinis)

Anifatus Sa’adah, Muhtadi
The giant gourami (Osphronemus goramy), rice eel (Monopterus albus), and mackerel tuna (Euthynnus affinis) are among the sources of protein and albumin that have been used to lower the blood glucose level of people with Diabetes Mellitus (DM). This study aims to determine the protein levels and albumin...
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Utilization Of Colored Flowers as An Alternative Learning Media of Acid Base Indicator On Basic Chemistry Course With Green Chemistry Insight

Mitarlis Mitarlis, Utiya Azizah, Bertha Yonata
Using of natural product like colored plants or flowers as a medium for learning chemistry can realize of green chemistry principles by applying one or several of its principles. One of the principles of green chemistry that can be raised in basic chemistry learning is "use renewable feedstock". Chemistry...
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Analysis of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) Capabilities of Prospective Chemistry Teachers on Chemical Bonding Materials

Kusumawati Dwiningsih, Sri Poedjiastoeti, Muchlis Muchlis
The education of prospective Chemistry teachers is faced with the issue of integration of content knowledge, pedagogy and technology (TPACK / technological pedagogical content knowledge ). Prospective teachers are expected to become teachers who are skilled in teaching effectively, mastering material...
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Profile of Chemistry Students’ Laboratory Activities: Pre-lab, Lab-Work, and Post-lab Overview

Agus Abhi Purwoko, Saprizal Hadisaputra, Burhanuddin Burhanuddin, Yunita Arian Sani Anwar
To be able to design optimal laboratory activities at the university, it is necessary to first carry out an assessment of the profile of laboratory activities that have been conducted by students. This study aims to analyze the laboratory activity profile of chemistry students in pre-lab, lab work, and...
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Protein Profiles of Snakehead (Channa striata), Catfish (Pangasius hypopthalmus), and Mackerel (Rastrelliger spp.) and Their Effectiveness as Antidiabetic Agents

Muhammad Sa’ad, Muhtadi
The safety of oral antidiabetic drugs as the first-line therapy for Diabetes Mellitus (DM) has been a prevailing issue. Meanwhile, these drugs are used for long-term treatment and they often require combination therapy. Natural medicine is an alternative to address the safety issue of drugs because of...
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Train high order thinking skills at undergraduate students chemistry through concept map based learning

Ismono Ismono, Sri Poedjiastoeti, Suyono Suyono
This study aims to determine the role of concept map learning in studying organic chemical especially the matter of isomer. The subjects of this study were 58 chemistry education students with details of 24 PKU 16 students and 34 PKA16 students. Data acquisition was done by initial test, final test,...