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Green Chemistry Influences in Organic Synthesis : a Review Yehezkiel Steven Kurniawan; Krisfian Tata Aneka Priyangga; Philip Anggo Krisbiantoro; Arif Cahyo Imawan
Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47352/jmans.v1i1.2


Environmental pollution and global warming cause serious problems in human life. Since the demand for our human daily appliances had been increased by years, the organic chemical-based industries response that demand increment by increasing their production process. Because of that, the environmental pollution becomes worse and worse. Green chemistry thus was introduced to influence the chemical industries to strive for better environmental sustainability. Over 20 years, green chemistry principles have to influence the organic chemistry field especially as many researchers have put their attention on that field of research. So far, synthesis process involving organic compounds has been considered on waste prevention, safer solvents, design for high energy efficiency, and usage of renewable feedstocks. This review comprehensively discusses in brief about the implementation of green chemistry principle and their applications in the synthesis process of organic compounds.
Effective Recovery of Palladium(II) Ions using Chitosan-Based Adsorbent Material Rokiy Alfanaar; Krisfian Tata Aneka Priyangga; Arif Cahyo Imawan; Jumina Jumina; Yehezkiel Steven Kurniawan
Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science Vol. 3 No. 1 (2023): Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47352/jmans.2774-3047.131


Chitosan is one of the naturally abundant, biodegradable, and low-cost adsorbent materials for metal adsorption purposes. In this work, we evaluated the application of chitosan materials derived from seafood wastes in Depok beach, Yogyakarta, for an effective recovery of the palladium(II) ions. First of all, the seafood wastes were treated to obtain chitin and then followed by the deacetylation process to produce chitosan material with a deacetylation degree of 78.42%. The chitosan material was characterized using Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrophotometer. It was found that chitosan gave high adsorption percentage (90%) for palladium(II) ions due to the complexation with hydroxyl, amino and carbonyl functional groups. The palladium(II) adsorption onto chitosan material followed the pseudo-second-order (R2 = 0.9978) and Langmuir (R2 = 0.9979) models for kinetic and isotherm experiments, respectively, with a maximum adsorption capacity value of 0.70 mmol g-1. The palladium(II) ions could be easily desorbed in 90% percentage using 1.0 M HCl solution from metal-laden chitosan to regenerate the adsorbent material. The chitosan-based adsorbent material did not lose its adsorption capability after three consecutive cycles with no significant structural change as revealed from the FTIR data. These results showed the potential application of natural chitosan materials derived from seafood wastes for the effective recovery of palladium(II) ions.
The Journey of Natural Products: From Isolation Stage to Drug’s Approval in Clinical Trials Yehezkiel Steven Kurniawan; Tantiana Indriani; Hanif Amrulloh; Langit Cahya Adi; Arif Cahyo Imawan; Krisfian Tata Aneka Priyangga; Ervan Yudha
Bioactivities Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Bioactivities
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47352/bioactivities.2963-654X.190


Nature serves as an excellent inspiration for researchers in the fields of chemistry and medicine. Terrestrial or marine organisms produce billions of natural products with unique chemical and physical properties. Some of them have been used in traditional therapy for specific diseases since ancient times. Although their exact chemical structures have yet to be elucidated clearly in that time, investigations in medicinal chemistry have been well documented. Furthermore, utilizing natural products in drug design and development offers advantages such as high biocompatibility, low toxicity, fewer side effects, wide bioactivities, and large structure diversity. Nowadays, rational drug research using computer-aided drug design is well established to cut the long way of drug discovery and overcome the resistance cases and the increment in the number of active patients. This review will highlight some natural products to comprehensively understand their journey from unknown natural products, isolation, purification, characterization, in silico evaluation, bioactivity screening assay, drug modifications, in vitro investigation, in vivo examination, and clinical trial.