Dr. Maisara Shahrom binti Raja Shahrom

Lecturer,
Foundation in Science

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D of Science (Chemistry), Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
  • Master of Science (Chemistry), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Chemical Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Teaching and research experience:

  • Amino Acids Polymerized Ionic Liquids (AAPILs) for CO2 Capture
  • CO2 Capture using Solid Supported Ionic Liquids
  • Polymer composite polyurethane and poly-p-phenylene doped FeCl3

Research Interest

  • Ionic Liquids, CO 2 capture, Polymer, Separation, Adsorption

Teaching Interests

  • Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Hydrocarbon Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry
Committee Involvement
  1. Won the 1st place in Falling Walls Lab AIMST 2019 and represented Malaysia in the Falling Walls Berlin 2019
  2. Received EUR 600 from EURAXESS ASEAN for the lab visit in Max Planck Institute in Potsdam, Germany
  3. co-Advisor in American Chemical Society- Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (ACS-UTP) International Student Chapter
  4. ‘Researcher to represent country and Berlin event’, The Star, 11th October 2019
  5. ‘UTP Scientist to represent Malaysia in the Falling Walls Lab Finale at German’, Bernama online, 25th September 2019
  6. Member of Malaysian Ionic Liquids Research Society (MILRS), 2018/008
  7. Graduate Technologist of Malaysian Board of Technology (MBOT), GT18080648
  8. Member of American Chemical Society (ACS), 31788956
  9. Member, Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 670026
Publications
  1. Khairiah Binti Haji Badri, Wong Chee Sien, Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Liow Chi Hao, Norhafiza Yuhana Baderuliksan and Nor Rabbi’atul ‘Adawiyah Norzali. FTIR Spectroscopy analysis of the prepolymerization of palm-based polyurethane. Solid State Science and Technology 18 (2): 1-8, 2010
  2. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom and Cecilia Devi Wilfred. Synthesis and Thermal Properties of Amino Acids Ionic Liquids (AAILs). Journal of Applied Sciences 14 (10): 1067-1072, 2014
  3. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Cecilia Devi Wilfred and Chong Fai Kait. Synthesis and Characterization of poly[VBTMA][Ala]. AIP Conference Proceeding. 1621: 237-243, 2014
  4. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Cecilia Devi Wilfred, AboBakr Khidir Ziyada Taha. CO2 Capture by Task Specific Ionic Liquids (TSILs) and Polymerized Ionic Liquids (PILs and AAPILs). Journal of Molecular Liquids 219 (2016): 306-312
  5. Animesh Pal, Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Muhammad Moniruzzaman, Cecilia Devi Wilfred, Bidyut Baran Saha. Ionic Liquid as a new binder for activated carbon based consolidated composite adsorbents. Chemical Engineering Journal 326 (2017):980-986
  6. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Cecilia Devi Wilfred and Chong Fai Kait. Adsorption isotherm and kinetic studies on CO2 Capture by poly[VBTMA][Arg]. Thermodynamic and Kinetic Studies on CO2 Capture with poly[vbtma][Arg], Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solid 116(2018): 22-29
  7. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Abdul Rahman Nordin, Cecilia Devi Wilfred, Activated carbon supported amine functionalised ionic liquids for CO2 sorption, IOP Conference Series: Journal of Physics 1123 (2018) 012069
  8. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Cecilia Devi Wilfred, Douglas R. MacFarlane, R. Vijayraghavan, Chong Fai Kait, Amino Acid Poly(Ionic Liquid) Materials for CO2 Capture: Effect of anion, Journal of Molecular Liquids 276 (2019): 644-652
  9. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Abdul Rahman Nordin, Cecilia Devi Wilfred, The improvement of activated carbon as CO2 adsorbent with supported amine functionalized ionic liquids, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 7 (5) 2019: 103319
  10. Maisara Shahrom Raja Shahrom, Cecilia Devi Wilfred, Synthesis and thermophysical properties and CO2 sorption of AAILs-Imidazolium based

Book Chapter: Innovative Applications of Ionic Liquids, I HUB Publisher, E-book, ISBN 978-967-0730-50-9

 

Patents:

  1. Amino acids polymerized ionic liquids (aPILs) for CO2 capture, patent filed PI2014701103
  2. Aqua-Amino acids polymerized ionic liquids (aPILs) for CO2 capture, patent granted: MY 173015 A

Polymerized Amino Acid Ionic Liquids (PAAILs) for CO2 Capture, patent filed PI2016701603

 
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