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DATE TO : August, 23 2011 : INDONESIA TORAY SCIENCE FOUNDATION Summitmas II 3rd Floor Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 61-62 Jakarta Selatan 12190 Tel : (021) 5220785, 2526841 Fax : (021) 5202041 Homepage : http://www.itsf.or.id Email : itsf@ina.toray.co.id


(This form should be completed, typed or printed in English. Use a separate form for each nomination. You need not use this form if you can reproduced and complete it in the same form at using photocopier or a word processor).

Please read the guidelines carefully before you fill in the form. Failure in submitting necessary attachments will result in the nomination not being considered. A recent photograph of the candidate should be attached. The proposals with all necessary attachments should be nicely bound with transparent plastic cover, send 5 (five) copies to ITSF at the mailing address stated herein. Particular of Recommending Institution Name of Institution Address : Center for Agro-Based Industry (CABI) : Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No 11 Bogor

Province Telephone Email address

: West Java : (0251) 8324068 : cabi@bbia.go.id

Post Code Fax

: 16122 : (0251) 8323339

Name & Title of Representative : Ir. Yang Yang Setiawan, M.Sc

(Chairman/Dean/Director)* *) choose the appropriate one


I recommend this candidate for the ITSF Science & Technology Research Grant on the following basis and supporting reasons: Mempunyai latar belakang ilmu analisis kimia yang cukup memadai. Diiharapkan dengan background kimia analisis tersebut, dapat mengembangkan metode cepat pengujian kualitas madu.

( Ir. Yang Yang Setiawan, M.Sc )

August, 23rd 2011


Signature of the representative of the recommending institution


Particular of Chief Researcher

Name & Title Place & Date of Birth Age Sex Name of Institution Position of Candidate Address of Institution Province Telephone Home address Province Telephone number HP number : Dyah Ahsina Fahriyati, M.Si : Kudus, May 5th 1984 : 27 years old : Male Female

PHOTO Size 4x6 should be attached here

: Center for Agro-Based Industry : Staff on Training Division : : Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No 11 Bogor West Java Post Code Fax : 16122 : (0251) 8323339

: (0251) 8324068 : : : :

Jl. Ciremai Ujung Rt 02/02 No 15 Bogor West Java 081 5 662 7794 Post Code Fax No. Email : 16153 : -

: tina.hanun@yahoo.com

Particular of Co-Researchers
Name Sex Name of Institution Address of Institution Province Telephone HP number : Yuniarti, S.TP, M.Si : Male : : : Date of Birth: June 23th, 1979 Female Age: 32 years old

Center for Agro-Based Industry Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No 11 Bogor West Java Post Code Fax Email : 16122 : (0251) 8323339 : yuni.juventiny@gmail.com

: (0251) 8324068 : 081314650987

Name Sex Name of Institution Address of Institution Province Telephone

: Agus Putrawan Hardy, M.Sc Date of Birth: August, 4th 1981 Age: 30 years old : Male


: Center for Agro-Based Industry : Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No 11 Bogor : West Java : (0251) 8324068 Post Code Fax : 16122

: (0251) 8323339


HP number



: putrawanhardy@yahoo.co.id

Title of Research Project: CHARACTERIZATION OF HONEY SAMPLES FOR FOOD SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATOR (DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METAL CONTENT IN HONEY SAMPLES FROM POLLUTANT AREAS) Purpose of Research Honey has always been regarded as a nutritional food which brings lot of benefits to humans health and has healing qualities. These properties result from its chemical composition. As a food stuff used for healing purposes, honey must be good in quality by complying the requirements on food safety regulation. Honey must be free of objectionable contents and contain only small amounts of pollutants, such as heavy metals. Therefore, honey also be useful as environmental indicator from heavy metal pollution as honeybees may be continously exposed to contaminants present from external sources such as industrial smelter, pollution, incorrect procedures during honey processing and also agrochemical things. For this reason, is necessary to protect consumers from contaminants emerging in honey and appropriate to analyze concentration of heavy metals to test the contaminantion level of the environment by heavy metals. The purposes of the research are to investigate the content of heavy metals and the pshycochemical properties in honey samples stored and treated under various conditions; to analyze the HMF (hidroxymethylfurfural) content in Indonesian honey samples; to observe the effects of storage duration with HMF formation and to correlate the pshycochemical properties of honey with HMF formation. Summary of research (in ordinary language) max 100 words - Key technology : using simple analytical methods to know the pshycochemical properties of honey and modern analytical methods such as Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) to investigate the content of heavy metal in honey. - Purpose : to investigate the content of heavy metals and the pshycochemical properties in honey samples; to analyze the HMF (hidroxymethylfurfural) content in Indonesian honey samples; to observe the effects of storage duration with HMF formation and to correlate the pshycochemical properties of honey with HMF formation. - Result : The concentration of some heavy metals and the pshycochemical properties in honey samples. - Impact : Knowing the quality of honey samples from several livestock in particular to pollutant areas.

Desired amount of research grant: Rp. 49.971.500,Schedule for usage of grant:


March, 1st 2012 Dec, 31st 2012 Commencement date Completion date 1. Outline of Research Plan INTRODUCTION Honey is a natural product consumed by most people in the world. It is the most complex food, a viscous and aromatic product prepared by bee mainly from nectar or flowers or honey dew, and act as sweetening agent that can be used without processing [10]. As a source of energy, the benefecial characteristics of honey are its high nutritional and pharmaceutical value also the fast absorption of its carbohydrates upon consumption. Many researcher found that honey can be a suitable alternative for healing wounds and burns, for oral health and has the potential role in cancer rare as well as its antimicrobial properties [5]. As a foodstuff used for healing process, it contains many different substances, mainly sugars such as fructose, glucose and sucrose (65 75% of total soluble solids) in addition to various organic and inorganic acids, enzymes, vitamins, hormones, flavonoids, protein, amino acids and elements [3]. The general features and elemental composition of honey depend on its botanical and geographical regions. ....(jurnal yg menyebutkan kandungan yg berbeda), Several metals found in honeys composition such as Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Manganese, and Zinc are essential for humans in particular to biochemical processes. These metals, nevertheless, if they exceed safety levels, they can be toxic [9]. And the most important aspect be considered on good honey quality is the concentration of contaminants like heavy metals [7]. Heavy metals that probably emerge in honey as some examples of Cadmium (Cd), Lead (Pb), Tin (Sn), Copper (Cu) and Arsenic (As) are famous toxic elements for humans. The presence of heavy metals can pose human health risk and their presence in honey has not been much studied in contrast to other hazardous compounds, such as pesticides and antibiotics [6]. The presence of metals may be caused by external sources such as industrial smelter pollution, emmisions from factories, non-ferrous metallurgy, leaded petrol from busy highways, by incorrect procedures during the honey processing and conservation phases, and agrochemicals such as cadmium-containing fertilizer, organic mercury, and arsenic-based pesticides that are still in use in some countries. In addition, the honeybees area of foreaging activity generally extends over a surface of more than 7 km2, so it may continously be exposed to contaminants present in the area surrounding the apiary for the duration of their foreaging activity [4]. Therefore, to know the contents of heavy metals in honey is an importance step on food safety establishment. And as previous study.....Furthermore,the determination of heavy metals in honey may be useful as an indicator on environmental condition, whether to be polluted or not. Meanwhile, the freshness of honey could be observed by the contents of Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF). HMF is a cyclic aldehyde produced as a result of sugar degradation. It is said that the presence of simple sugars (glucose and fructose) and many acids in honey is a favorable condition for the production of this substance. HMF is usually absent in fresh and untreated foods, but its concentration is also reported to increase as a result of heating process or due to long-term storage. And according to Codex Alimentarius in previous research report [7] is that HMF content of honey after processing or blending must not be higher than 80 mg/kg. The pshycochemical properties of honey (e.g. the pH, total acidity, free acids, and moisture content) also has been reported to be a factor that influence the forming of HMF [1].


The aims of this study are : 1) to investigate the pshycochemical properties and the content of heavy metals in Indonesia honey samples stored and treated under various conditions; 2) to analyze the HMF content in Indonesian honey samples; 3) to observe the effects of storage duration with HMF formation; 4) to correlate the pshycochemical properties of honey with HMF formation. This study is intended to be one of contributors in the development of Science and Technology, especially in the area of food safety and environmental condition. The effort of this research is recognizing honey on its content of heavy metals and HMF so that can safe the humans from consuming bad quality and freshness of honey as well as environmental marker. MATERIALS AND METHODOLOGY Samples collections and preparations Madu perhutani, madu sukatani, madu pramuka cibubur, madu pondok lebahbekasi,madu badui, madu lombok, madu nusantara, madu golden age. Fifteen honey samples from supermarkets that have been choosen randomly, 3 honey samples from honey livestock (named Peternakan) and 3 honey samples from wild honey (named Pramuka) will be used in this investigation. They are N (n = 3), GA (n = 3), AS (n = 3), (n = 3), S (n=3), PHTN (n=3). All samples are stored at room temperature (25 - 30 C) before analysis. Each group consist of three different production date. Phsycochemical properties of honey According to AOAC [2], the pH of the honey solution containing of 10 g of each honey diluted with distilled water (75 mL) was measured by using a pH meter. To obtain the free acids, each sample was titrated with Sodium Hydroxide added in excess to hydrolyte any lactose present, followed by an immediate back-titration with HCl. Total Acidity (TA) [2] was determined as follows by the titrimetric method; 10 gram honey samples are dissolved in 75 mL of CO2-free water in 250 mL beaker. The electrode of the pH meter is immersed in the solution, stirred with a magnetic stirrer and titrated to pH 8.5 by adding 0.05 N NaOH solution. The burrete reading is used to titrate the exact amount of NaOH used. After that, 10 mL of 0.05 N NaOH was added immedietly by pippete, followed by an immediete back-titration with 0.05 N HCl from 10 mL burrete until the pH reached 8.3. The procedure is also repeated with a blank reagent as a negative control. The result were expressed as meq/kg. The determination of moisture (M) is ascertained by refractometry. All measurements were performed at 20C, after waiting for 6 minutes for equilibration, and obtaining the corresponding % moisture (g/100 g honey) from the refractive index of the honey sample by reference to a standard table. HMF is determined by the standard method [2]. In brief, 5 g of each honey sample were transferred to 50 mL volummetric flask with a total of 25 mL of distilled water. After clarifying samples with 0.5 mL of Carrez reagents (I and II) smples are diluted to 100 mL with water. If necessary, alcohol may be added to suppress surface foam. With a clarified honey solution containing 0.2% (m/v) sodium bisulfite as a reference and a similar solution without bisulfite as a sample, without the interfering absorption of the honey. Absorbance is determined at 284 and 336 nm in a 1 cm quartz cuvette in a Spectrophotometer. HMF Contents, expressed as mg/kg, are calculated from the following equation: HMF = (A284 A336) x F Where A284 and A336 are the absorbance reading and F = 149.7 is calculated with the following equation: F = (126 x 1000 x 1000) / (16830 x 10 x 5) Where 126 is the molecular weight of HMF and 16830 the molar absorptivity of HMF at 284 nm.


Reducing sugar (RS) are determined by reducing Soxchlets modification of Fehling solution by titration at Boiling point against a solution of reducing sugars in honey using methylene blue as an internal indicator. The difference concentrations of invert sugar before and after the hydrolysis procedure (inversion) is multiplied by 0.95 to reach the Apparent sucrose (AS) content. Determination of metals Samples (0.5 g) were digested with 4 mL HNO3 (65% v/v) and 2 mL H2O2 (30% v/v) with a Multiwave 3000 microwave closed system (Anton Paar, Germany). A blank digest was carried out in the same way. The digestion programme began at a power of 500 W, then ramped for 1 min and hold for 4 min. The second step began at a power of 1000 W ramped for 5 min and hold for 5 min. The third step began at a power of 1400 W, ramped for 5 min and hold for 10 min. Digested samples were diluted to a final volume of 50 mL with double deionised water. Detection limits are determined as the concentration corresponding to three times the standard deviation of 20 blanks. All specimens are run in batches that included blanks, a standard calibration curve, two spiked specimens, and one duplicate. To calculate the recovery percentage, we processed 21 honey samples that had been spikes with known amounts of As, Cd, Cu, Sn and Pb analytical standards. The analysis of heavy metals (As, Cd, Cu, Sn and Pb) are conducted by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectroscopy using an Aanalyst 800 atomic absorption spectrometer. For graphite furnace measurements, Argon is used as the inert gaas. Pyrolytic-coated graphite tubes with a platform are used. The atomic absorption signal is measured in peak area mode against a calibration curve. References [1] Anam, O.O., Dart, R.K. 1995. Influence of metal ions on hydroxymethylfurfural formation in honey. Jornal of Analytical procedure including Analytical Communication. Vol 32. Page 515 517. [2] AOAC. 1990. Official Methods of Analysis, 15th ed. Association of Official Analytical Chemist, Inc, Arlington. [3] Bilandzic, N., Dokic, M., Sedak, M., Kolanovic, B.S., Varenina, I., Koncurat, A., Rudan, N., 20011. Determination of trace elements in Croatian Floral Honey Originating from different regions. Journal of Food Chemistry. Vol. 128. Page 1160 1164. [4] Conti, M.E., and Botre, F. 2001. Honeybees and their products as potential bioindicators of heavy metals contamination. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Vol. 69. Page 267 282. [5] Feas X., Pires, J., Iglesias, A., Estevinho, M.L. 2010. Characterization of artisanal honey produced on the Northwest of Portugal by melissopalynological and physico-chemical data. Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology. Vol 48. Page 3462 3470. [6] Fredes, C. & Montenegro, G. 2006. Heavy metals and other trace elements in Chilcan Honey. Clencia e Investigation Agraria. Vol. 33 (1). Page 50-58. [7] Khalil, M.I, sulaiman, S.A., Gan, S.H. 2010. High 5-Hidroxymethylfurfural concentration are found in Malaysian honey samples stored for more than one year. Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology. Vol 48. Page 2388 2392. [8] Pisani, A., Protano G., Riccobono, F. 2008. Minor and Trace Elements in different honey types produced in Siena County (Italy). Journal of Food Chemistry. Vol 107. Page 1553 1560. [9] Rashed, M.N., Soltan, M. E., 2001. Major and Trace Elements in Diferent Types of Egyptian mono-floral and non-floral bee honeys. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis. Vol 17. Page 725 735


[10] Tuzen, M., Silici, S., Mendill, D., Soylak M. 2007. Trace element Levels in Honeys from Different Regions of Turkey. Journal of Food Chemistry. Vol 103. Page 325 330. 2. Proposed Use of the Research Grant

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Item of Expenses UNIT Cost of Small Equipment Beaker glass (25 mL) Beaker glass (50 mL) Beaker glass (100 mL) Beaker glass (250 ml) Beaker glass (500 mL) Beaker glass (1000 mL) Reaction tube (10 x 75 mm, pyrex) reaction tube shelf (from wood) Spatula (horn) Spatula (porcelain) Spatula (stainless steel) Dish (50 mL) Dish (100 mL) Mortar and pestle dia. 100 mm Magnetic stirrer (small) Magnetic stirrer (medium) Magnetic stirrer (large) Erlenmeyer (100 mL) Erlenmeyer (250 mL) Erlenmeyer (500 mL) Reaction tube nipper Long pipette drops, 1 gross Measuring pipette, 1 mL Measuring pipette, 5 mL Measuring pipette, 10 mL Thermometer -10 - 110C alkohol Thermometer -10 - 110C air raksa Analytical balance, 311 g Vessel (small) pH meter Burette 50 mL Burette 100 mL piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece gross piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece piece

BREAKDOWN PRICE PER UNIT Rp35.000,00 Rp38.000,00 Rp40.000,00 Rp45.000,00 Rp70.000,00 Rp130.000,00 Rp6.000,00 Rp30.000,00 Rp20.000,00 Rp35.000,00 Rp15.000,00 Rp25.000,00 Rp30.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp40.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp80.000,00 Rp40.000,00 Rp50.000,00 Rp75.000,00 Rp8.000,00 Rp125.000,00 Rp55.000,00 Rp35.000,00 Rp40.000,00 Rp25.000,00 Rp30.000,00 Rp2.500.000,00 Rp500,00 Rp500.000,00 Rp250.000,00 Rp400.000,00

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Rp140.000,00 Rp152.000,00 Rp160.000,00 Rp135.000,00 Rp210.000,00 Rp260.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp30.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp105.000,00 Rp45.000,00 Rp100.000,00 Rp90.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp160.000,00 Rp180.000,00 Rp160.000,00 Rp160.000,00 Rp100.000,00 Rp150.000,00 Rp16.000,00 Rp125.000,00 Rp165.000,00 Rp105.000,00 Rp120.000,00 Rp50.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp2.500.000,00 Rp17.500,00 Rp500.000,00 Rp500.000,00 Rp800.000,00


Statif Klem (universal) Tripod Methylated spirit burner Volummetric flask 50 mL Volummetric flask 100 mL Plastic bottle, 500 mL Refractometer SUB TOTAL 2 Consumables Honey samples (Longan honey "N") Honey samples ("GA") Honey samples ("AS") Honey samples ("SBA") Honey samples ("PHTN") Honey samples ("peternakan") Honey samples ("pramuka") Lacmus paper Filter paper Whattmann Paper Aluminum foil Distilled water Tissue Plastic wrap Sodium hydroxide (NaOH), 5N, 1L Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) Carrez reagent Alcohol Sodium bisulfite Copper (II) Sulphate (CuSO4) Potassium Sodium Tartrat methylene blue Cadmium analysis (Cd) Copper analysis (Cu) Arsenic analysis (As) Lead anaysis (Pb) Tin Analysis (Sn)

piece piece piece piece piece piece bottle piece

Rp150.000,00 Rp42.000,00 Rp35.000,00 Rp50.000,00 Rp100.000,00 Rp120.000,00 Rp12.000,00 Rp1.000.000,00

2 2 3 3 3 3 2 1

Rp300.000,00 Rp84.000,00 Rp105.000,00 Rp150.000,00 Rp300.000,00 Rp360.000,00 Rp24.000,00 Rp1.000.000,00 Rp9.798.500,00

per 250 mL per 275 gram per 250 gram per 650 mL per 220 mL bottle per 350 gram pack sheet pack roll gallon pack roll Litre Litre per 200 mL Litre per 500 gram per 250 gram kg per 10 gram per sample per sample per sample per sample per sample

Rp30.000,00 Rp45.000,00 Rp55.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp50.000,00 Rp60.000,00 Rp80.000,00 Rp130.000,00 Rp15.000,00 Rp100.000,00 Rp50.000,00 Rp10.000,00 Rp12.000,00 Rp35.000,00 Rp2.200.000,00 Rp850.000,00 Rp2.150.000,00 Rp1.600.000,00 Rp650.000,00 Rp950.000,00 Rp1.450.000,00 Rp750.000,00 Rp200.000,00 Rp200.000,00 Rp250.000,00 Rp200.000,00 Rp180.000,00

6 6 6 6 6 3 3 2 1 1 4 10 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 24 24 24 24 24

Rp180.000,00 Rp270.000,00 Rp330.000,00 Rp360.000,00 Rp300.000,00 Rp180.000,00 Rp240.000,00 Rp260.000,00 Rp15.000,00 Rp100.000,00 Rp200.000,00 Rp100.000,00 Rp48.000,00 Rp70.000,00 Rp2.200.000,00 Rp850.000,00 Rp2.150.000,00 Rp1.600.000,00 Rp650.000,00 Rp950.000,00 Rp1.450.000,00 Rp750.000,00 Rp4.800.000,00 Rp4.800.000,00 Rp6.000.000,00 Rp4.800.000,00 Rp4.320.000,00


Moisture (M) analysis SUB TOTAL 3 Other expenditures Stationery SUB TOTAL TOTAL AMOUNT

per sample



Rp1.200.000,00 Rp39.173.000,00



Rp1.000.000,00 Rp1.000.000,00 Rp49.971.500,00

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3. Please state briefly the past achievements of the chief researcher and the coresearcher(s) related to this project. This project which has title of Characterization of Honey Samples for Food Safety and Environmental Indicator is the first time to be done by both chief and coresearchers. This project would be the introduction one to the next other related projects. Hopefully this could be the basic step for the next challenging researches and could be contributed to humans life and of course, to stimulate the development of methodology on doing the similar research.

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4. Please state whether the chief researcher and co-researchers submit this purposed this propose research to other financial received any grant/subsidy for any research project from any foundations or ministries during the past 3 years (2008/2011)



If the answer is yes, please state the institution which provided the grant, the year(s) and the topic(s) of the grant(s)

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*) Please tick the appropriate box

5. Biodata of the Chief Researcher(s) Personal Record Full Name : Dyah Ahsina Fahriyati Date of Birth : 05/05/1984 Place of Birth: Kudus, Indonesia Gender : Female Nationality : Indonesia Personal Address Address : Golantepus, No 578, Kudus, Central Java, Indonesia Postal Code : 59381 City : Kudus State or Province : Central Java Telephone Number : Handphone Number : (+62)8156627794 E-mail Address : tina.hanun@yahoo.com Educational Background Name of University

Undergraduate Universitas Level Negeri Semarang Graduate Institut Level (Master Teknologi Program) Sepuluh Nopember

Year of Entrance and Completion September, 2002 August, 2006 December, 2006 August, 2008

Majoring in

GPA/ GPA MAX. 3.22/ 4

Duration of Attendances

Chemistry Education Chemistry

3 years 11 months 1 year 8 months

3.78/ 4

Title of Thesis Structure and Surface Properties of MoO3/ TS-1 Abstract of Thesis XMoO3/TS-1 (X=2, 4, 8, 15) have been prepared by impregnation method using ammonium molybdate as a precursor. Structure and surface properties of solid have been characterized by XRD (X-ray Diffraction), FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) spectroscopy, pyridine adsorption, nitrogen adsorption, hydrophilicity test and FESEM (Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy) techniques. The results show that TS1 and XMoO3/TS-1 have MFI framework structure type. The absorption band at 970 cm-1 related to titanium in the framework. There was no band shifting or additional band observed after impregnation of molybdenum oxide on TS-1. According to the profile of pyridine spectra and hydrophilic test, the Brnsted acid sites (in the region of 1545 cm-1) and the hydrophilic site were getting increased with higher addition of MoO3 on TS-1. BET specific surface area decreased as MoO3 loading increased, indicated that TS-1 surface was covered by MoO3. Based on FESEM, TS-1 has uniform particle sizes at about 100 nm. Key words: catalyst, TS-1, MoO3/ TS-1, hydrophilic site

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Papers No Titles 1 Motivasi Belajar Siswa melalui Learning to Learn (Student Motivation through Learning to Learn) 2 Radio Mahasiswa sebagai Media Komunikasi Pendidikan (Student Radio as Communication Media on Education World) Pemanfaatan Minyak Jelantah sebagai Bahan Baku Produksi Biodiesel (Usage of Used Cooking Oil as Raw Material for Biodiesel) Chemistry Student Workbook (CSW) sebagai Media Pembelajaran Kimia Kelas Imersi (Chemistry Student Workbook as Chemistry Learning Media on Immersion Class) Pendekatan SETS (Science, Environment, Technology and Society) dalam Pembelajaran Sistem Periodik dan Struktur Atom Kelas X SMA (SETS (Science, Environment, Technology and Society) Approach in Learning of Periodic System and Atomic Structure of 10th Class on Senior High School) Komparasi Hasil Belajar Antara Siswa Kelas Imersi yang Menggunakan Bahan Ajar Buku Paket Bersuplemen Chemistry Student Workbook (CSW) dengan Bahan Ajar Buku Paket dalam Pembelajaran Kimia kelas X Semester II di SMA Negeri 2 Semarang (Achievement Comparison between Immersion Students using Chemistry Student Workbook (CSW) and Packet Book in Chemistry Learning of 10th class 2nd semester on SMA Negeri 2 Semarang) Review: katalis Titanium Silikalit (TS-1) dalam Reaksi Hidroksilasi Fenol (Review: Titanium Silicalite (TS-1) in the reaction of Phenol Hidroxylation) Karakterisasi Sifat Asam Permukaan Katalis MoO3/ TS-1 (Surface Acidity Characterization of MoO3/ TS-1)

Presented in Faculty Papers Competition in Universitas Negeri Semarang (2003) Faculty Papers Competition in Universitas Negeri Semarang (2004) Competition of Student Achievers in Universitas Negeri Semarang (2005) Papers Competition on Province Level in Education Field (2006) Pekan Ilmiah Mahasiswa Nasional (A Week of National Student Scientific) (2006)

Essay session for the graduation requirement of undergraduate level (2006)

Struktur dan Sifat Permukaan Katalis MoO3/ TS-1 (Structure and Surface Properties of MoO3/ TS-1) Pembuatan Tepung Kentang (Solanum tuberosum L) dan Pengolahannya Menjadi Berbagai Produk Pangan (Processing of Potato Fluor and its Product)


National Seminar of Chemistry in Institut Teknologi sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Surabaya (2007) National Seminar of Chemistry in Institut Teknologi sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Surabaya (2008) Thesis session for graduation requirement of master program (2008) In-House Research of CABI (2010)

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Teknologi Pengolahan Produk Berbasis Buah Naga (Processing Technology of Dragon Fruit) Employment Records Name and Address of Period of employment organization Balai Besar Industri Agro From January 2009 Kementerian Perindustrian, present Republik Indonesia (Center for Agro Based Industry Ministry of Industry, Republic of Indonesia)

In-House Research of CABI (2010) Position Staff on Training Division

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6. List of Publications 1) Surface Acidity Characterization of MoO3/ TS-1 (National Seminar, 2008). 2) Review: Titanium Silicalite (TS-1) in the reaction of Phenol Hidroxylation (National Seminar, 2007). 3) Chemistry Student Workbook as Chemistry Learning Media on Immersion Class (1st winner of Papers Competition on Province Level in Education Field, 2006) 4) SETS (Science, Environment, Technology and Society) Approach in Learning of Periodic System and Atomic Structure of 10th Class on Senior High School (A Week of National Student Scientific, 2006).

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