Research Center of Inorganic Materials and Coordination Complexes
As an international and advance sciences and technology research center in order to improve the research culture and become a pilot for inorganic materials research center in Indonesia
As one of the research centers of sciences and technology at Universitas Sriwijaya to solve the problems such as the novel and renewable energy, the environment, and inorganic material environment, and inorganic material based food and medicine conducted with multidisciplinary research from related sciences, the research center of Inorganic Materials and Coordination Complexes has a mission:
- To conduct high-quality level research of inorganic materials and coordination complexes.
- To facility research based on inorganic materials and coordination complexes at Universitas Sriwijaya and also for the national level.
- To produce innovative products based on inorganic materials and coordination complexes for various purposes and applications.
- To become one of the leading research centers at the national level and also international.
Prof. Aldes Lesbani, Ph.D and Dr.rer.nat. Risfidian Mohadi, M.Si were selected as promotor of PMDSU Batch VI from DIKTI
Congratulation: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INDONESIA has been accepted for inclusion into Scopus on 13 Feb, 2021
Indonesian Journal of Environment Management and Sustainability (www.ijoems.com) acquired by Research center of Inorganic Materials and Coordination Complexes was coordinated with ARTS Publishing
Prof. Aldes Lesbani, Ph.D
Dr. rer. nat. Risfidian Mohadi, M.Si.
Dr. Tarmizi Taher, S.Si.
Dr. Neza Rahayu Palapa, S.Si., M.Si.
Dr. Fitri Suryani Arsyad, M.Si.
Our Latest Publication
Journal of Hazardous Materials
Adsorptive Removal and Photocatalytic Decomposition of Cationic Dyes on Niobium Oxide with Deformed Orthorhombic Structure
Chemical Physics Letters
Preparation of Magnetite-nanoparticle-decorated NiFe Layered Double Hydroxide and its Adsorption Performance for Congo Red Dye Removal
Chemical Engineering Communications
NiAl-layered Double Hydroxide Intercalated with Keggin Polyoxometalate as Adsorbent of Malachite Green: Kinetic and Equilibrium Studies
Chemistry and Ecology
Hydrothermal Carbonization of Rambutan Peel (Nephelium lappaceum L.) as a Green and Low-cost Adsorbent for Fe(II) Removal from Aqueous Solutions