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  • What is nanotechnology?1) The branch of technology that deals with dimensions and tolerances of less than 100 nanometers, esp. the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules. 2) Engineering at the molecular or atomic level. It’s about manipulating matter over the scale of 1 to 100 nanometres. Nanotechnology is used in a range of applications from nanoscale electrodes and water filters to nanopowders for sunscreen and cosmetics.http://www.science.org.au/nova/120/120glo.html
  • -higher resistance to carbon monoxide mean fuel cell can burn hydrogen with as much as 2% carbon monoxide in it-very important because hydrogen derived from petroleum has a high concentration of carbon monoxide in it-ability for the catalyst to withstand more carbon monoxide eliminates the need to clean the hydrogen as wellreducing the cost of making hydrogen.
  • 0.01 M H2PtCl6 aqueous solution
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    • 1. 1 Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda: “Sesungguhnya telah diturunkan kepadaku pada waktu malam sebuah Surah yang aku cintai lebih dari dunia ini dan isinya.” Pada riwayat yang lain, “yang lebih aku cintai daripada apa yang disinari oleh cahaya matahari.” Dan kemudian baginda membaca: “Innaa fatahnaa laka fatham mubiinaa (ayat pertama Surah al-Fath).” (Riwayat Bukhari)
    • 2. REDUCTION REACTION OF PLATINUM NANOPARTICLE WITH PALM LEAVES EXTRACT PRESENTED BY: NOR AIN BINTI RAMLI 2012770949 SUPERVISOR: MDM.NOORSUHANA MOHD YUSOF CO-SUPERVISOR: DR. JUNAIDAH JAI 2
    • 3. Introduction Why we do this research? Despite for green production of nanoparticles Issues on worldwide problems associcted with environmental contamination Despite for green chemistry &nanotechnology 3
    • 4. 4 Advantages of Greener Technology Environmental friendly Non-Toxic Low cost based on technology , application & sources Simple yet fast processing technique Clean
    • 5. 5
    • 6. Catalyst Technology 6 Start with problem Fuel sell powered vehicles that run from hydrogen How to produce the hydrogen cheaper & how to store it safely Problem solver (Researchers) Form of new catalyst: Platinum nanoparticles Problems: -Expensive -can be easily deactivated in the presence off low levels of carbon monoxide rendering the fuel cell inoperable Resolution Catalyst using platinum nano particles deposited on a support material of titanium oxide. Added tungsten to increase the electrical conductivity of the catalyst Result: Platinum catalyst is 2,000 times more resistant to carbon monoxide Alternative fossil fuel
    • 7. Various devastated sources for the preparation of nanoparticles 7
    • 8. Previous Research 8
    • 9. Problem Statements 9 1) Various extract of plant and spices has been prove by previous research to greener synthesis of nanoparticle. However it had limited conditions. 2) The complexity of the reaction mechanism involved in synthesis of Platinum aqueous solution to Platinum nanoparticles meanly refer to reduction and capping agent. 3) Comprehensive study on kinetic and extend of reaction and any others condition that yield to the product Platinum nanoparticles.
    • 10. 10 Research Objective To extract the oil palm leaves at specific condition of temperature and time due to drying process. To investigate the kinetic, yield as well as extend of reaction of the synthesis Platinum (Pt) nanoparticles. To comprehend the reaction mechanism involved in synthesis of Platinum aqueous solution to produced Platinum nanoparticles.
    • 11. Research Methodology 11 Extraction of oil palm leaves Characterizati on of the oil palm leaves extract Synthesis of platinum nanoparticles Investigation of kinetics, extent of reaction and yield of platinum nanoparticles Characterization of platinum nanoparticles Papers and report writing Source: (K. Raja, et al., 2012)
    • 12. Collecting matured oil palm leaves Washing the leaves with the running tab water then shred the washed leaves into small pieces Heat the shredded leaves with distilled water (ratio of leaves to distilled water, temperature and heating time will be investigated) Filter the solution and collect the oil palm leaves extract for the synthesis (composition of the extract will be evaluated using GC-MS and FTIR) Synthesis of Pt nanoparticles (reduction temperature and time will be investigated) FTIR & XRD (identify the purity of the Pt nanoparticles) UV-vis (identify the extant of reaction, kinetic and yield) SEM and TEM (identify the shape and the size of the nanoparticles) Flow Chart of Research Activities 12
    • 13. Expected Results 13 Able to develop the knowledge on the kinetic and extend of reaction of yield platinum (Pt) synthesis using palm leaves extract Able to comprehend the mechanism of reduction and capping agent in synthesis of platinum (Pt) nanoparticles using palm leaves extarct
    • 14. Gantt Chart of Research Activities 14
    • 15. Milestone & Dates of Research Activities 15
    • 16. Thank You Seek for advice 16