Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat

Verified email at brin.go.id

Research Center Biomass and Bioproducts
National Research and Innovation Agency



                             

https://researchid.co/nissanurfa

Young researcher with 5+ years of experiences at prestigious research institution. Looking for Ph.D supervisor who works in biomass valorization and its derivatives such as lignin research.

EDUCATION

2017-2019 Master's degree from Kyungpook National University, South Korea
2007-2012 Bachelor's degree from Diponegoro University, Indonesia

RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research interest is the entire value chain, from lignocellulosic biomass separation to the valorization of isolated biopolymers, with the goal of creating commodities comparable to fossil-based products in a sustainable manner.

FUTURE PROJECTS

BIOMASS VALORIZATION TO PRODUCE SUBSTANCES ANALOGOUS TO FOSSIL-BASED COMMODITIES

Indonesia is an archipelago country that contains a lot of variety of biomass, either as waste or commodities. Biomass or lignocellulosic compound consists of cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, extractives/volatiles, and ash. Biomass fractionations determine the compound structure because severe pretreatment brings damage to cellulose or lignin structure. This research aims to get lignin fractions from biomass to produce a unique functionalized platform of lignin molecules without damaging their structure. Furthermore, lignin is isolated from the black liquor and subject to depolymerization step to obtain renewable flatform chemicals. These obtained chemicals such as aromatic and furanic can be used for many products such as bio-fuels, plastic, pharmaceutical, and many others


Applications Invited
PhD supervisor
23

Scopus Publications

218

Scholar Citations

8

Scholar h-index

8

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Development and Characterization of Eco-Friendly Non-Isocyanate Urethane Monomer from Jatropha curcas Oil for Wood Composite Applications
    Samsul Bhakri, Muhammad Ghozali, Edy Cahyono, Evi Triwulandari, Witta Kartika Restu, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Apri Heri Iswanto, Petar Antov, Viktor Savov, Lee Seng Hua, Erika Ayu Agustiany, Lubos Kristak, and Widya Fatriasari

    Journal of Renewable Materials, ISSN: 21646325, eISSN: 21646341, Pages: 41-59, Published: 2023 Computers, Materials and Continua (Tech Science Press)

  • Recent Developments in Flame-Retardant Lignin-Based Biocomposite: Manufacturing, and characterization
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Alif Faturahman Hidayat, Mohamad Nurul Azman Mohammad Taib, M. Hazwan Hussin, Seng Hua Lee, Muhammad Aizat Abd Ghani, Syeed SaifulAzry Osman Al Edrus, Henri Vahabi, and Widya Fatriasari

    Journal of Polymers and the Environment, ISSN: 15662543, eISSN: 15728919, Pages: 4517-4537, Published: November 2022 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Assessment of artificial neural network to identify compositional differences in ultrahigh-resolution mass spectra acquired from coal mine affected soils
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Seungwoo Son, Elizabeth K. Williams, Matthew C. Ricker, Alain F. Plante, and Sunghwan Kim

    Talanta, ISSN: 00399140, Volume: 248, Published: 1 October 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Recent developments in lignin modification and its application in lignin-based green composites: A review
    Erika Ayu Agustiany, Muhammad Rasyidur Ridho, Muslimatul Rahmi D. N., Elvara Windra Madyaratri, Faizatul Falah, Muhammad Adly Rahandi Lubis, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Firda A. Syamani, Petro Karungamye, Asma Sohail, Deded Sarip Nawawi, Arief Heru Prianto, Apri Heri Iswanto, Muhammad Ghozali, Witta Kartika Restu, Ika Juliana, Petar Antov, Lubos Kristak, Widya Fatriasari, and Ahmad Fudholi

    Polymer Composites, ISSN: 02728397, eISSN: 15480569, Pages: 4848-4865, Published: August 2022 Wiley

  • A recent advancement on preparation, characterization and application of nanolignin
    M. Hazwan Hussin, Jimmy Nelson Appaturi, Ng Eng Poh, Nur Hanis Abd Latif, Nicolas Brosse, Isabelle Ziegler-Devin, Henri Vahabi, Firda Aulya Syamani, Widya Fatriasari, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Azizatul Karimah, Apri Heri Iswanto, Siti Hajar Sekeri, and Mohamad Nasir Mohamad Ibrahim

    International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, ISSN: 01418130, eISSN: 18790003, Volume: 200, Pages: 303-326, Published: 1 March 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Physical and Chemical Properties of Acacia mangium Lignin Isolated from Pulp Mill Byproduct for Potential Application in Wood Composites
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Eko Budi Santoso, Azizatul Karimah, Elvara Windra Madyaratri, Fahriya Puspita Sari, Faizatul Falah, Apri Heri Iswanto, Maya Ismayati, Muhammad Adly Rahandi Lubis, Widya Fatriasari, Petar Antov, Viktor Savov, Milada Gajtanska, and Wasrin Syafii

    Polymers, eISSN: 20734360, Published: February 2022 MDPI AG
    The efficient isolation process and understanding of lignin properties are essential to determine key features and insights for more effective lignin valorization as a renewable feedstock for the production of bio-based chemicals including wood adhesives. This study successfully used dilute acid precipitation to recover lignin from black liquor (BL) through a single-step and ethanol-fractionated-step, with a lignin recovery of ~35% and ~16%, respectively. The physical characteristics of lignin, i.e., its morphological structure, were evaluated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The chemical properties of the isolated lignin were characterized using comprehensive analytical techniques such as chemical composition, solubility test, morphological structure, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), 1H and 13C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), elucidation structure by pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy (Py-GCMS), and gel permeation chromatography (GPC). The fingerprint analysis by FTIR detected the unique peaks corresponding to lignin, such as C=C and C-O in aromatic rings, but no significant differences in the fingerprint result between both lignin. The 1H and 13C NMR showed unique signals related to functional groups in lignin molecules such as methoxy, aromatic protons, aldehyde, and carboxylic acid. The lower insoluble acid content of lignin derived from fractionated-step (69.94%) than single-step (77.45%) correlated to lignin yield, total phenolic content, solubility, thermal stability, and molecular distribution. It contradicted the syringyl/guaiacyl (S/G) units’ ratio where ethanol fractionation slightly increased syringyl unit content, increasing the S/G ratio. Hence, the fractionation step affected more rupture and pores on the lignin morphological surface than the ethanol-fractionated step. The interrelationships between these chemical and physicochemical as well as different isolation methods were investigated. The results obtained could enhance the wider industrial application of lignin in manufacturing wood-based composites with improved properties and lower environmental impact.

  • Enzymatic degradation and metabolic pathway of acid blue 129 dye by crude laccase from newly isolated Trametes hirsuta EDN 082
    Dede Heri Yuli Yanto, Sita Heris Anita, and Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat

    Biocatalysis and Biotransformation, ISSN: 10242422, eISSN: 10292446, Published: 2022 Informa UK Limited

  • Characterization of Indonesian Banana Species as an Alternative Cellulose Fibers
    Widya Fatriasari, Muhammad Rasyidur Ridho, Azizatul Karimah, Sudarmanto, Ismadi, Yusup Amin, Maya Ismayati, Muhammad Adly Rahandi Lubis, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Fahriya Puspita Sari, Danang Sudarwoko Adi, Faizatul Falah, Apri Heri Iswanto, Fajarudin Ahmad, Nyoman J. Wistara, Ibrahim Purawiardi, and Ahmad Fudholi

    Journal of Natural Fibers, ISSN: 15440478, eISSN: 1544046X, Published: 2022 Informa UK Limited

  • Application of Laser-Desorption Silver-Ionization Ultrahigh-Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Petroleum Samples Subjected to Hydrotreating
    Thamina Acter, Nizam Uddin, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, and Sunghwan Kim

    Energy and Fuels, ISSN: 08870624, eISSN: 15205029, Pages: 15545-15554, Published: 7 October 2021 American Chemical Society (ACS)

  • Design and Performance of Amphiphilic Lignin Derivatives in Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Sweet Sorghum Bagasse for Bioethanol Production
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Rika Raniya, Triyani Fajriutami, Apri Heri Iswanto, Widya Fatriasari, and Ahmad Fudholi

    BioResources, eISSN: 19302126, Pages: 5875-5889, Published: August 2021 BioResources
    Sweet sorghum bagasse (SSB) is potential feedstock for bioethanol production due to its natural abundance and high cellulose content (> 40%). This work compared the impact of three variables relative to the enzymatic hydrolysis of SSB kraft pulp. The three variables were the biosurfactant from lignin derivative known as amphiphilic lignin derivatives (A-LD), the enzyme loading level, and the hydrolysis time. These variables were optimized by response surface methodology (RSM) with a Box-Behnken design (BBD). The concentration of polyethylene glycol (PEG) 4000 was also optimized to compare it with the A-LD performance in the enzymatic hydrolysis process. After optimization, the A-LD produced a higher reducing sugar yield (RSY) (99.45%) than the PEG 4000. The difference in the predicted versus experimental values of the RSY was less than 4%, which means that the model was highly predictive. The adequacy of the model was confirmed by a regression value close to 1 for the A-LD assisted test. The result implies that the A-LD significantly improved the enzymatic hydrolysis performance to enhance the RSY. Moreover, the BBD is adequate and useful to identify the optimum concentration of surfactant.

  • Biodegradation and metabolic pathway of anthraquinone dyes by Trametes hirsuta D7 immobilized in light expanded clay aggregate and cytotoxicity assessment
    Rafiqul Alam, Fenny Clara Ardiati, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Md Badrul Alam, Sang Han Lee, Dede Heri Yuli Yanto, Takashi Watanabe, and Sunghwan Kim

    Journal of Hazardous Materials, ISSN: 03043894, eISSN: 18733336, Volume: 405, Published: 5 March 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Potential bacteria capable of remediating mercury contaminated soils
    R C B Ginting, N Solihat, A R Hafsari, and Irawan

    IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, ISSN: 17551307, eISSN: 17551315, Volume: 648, Published: 22 February 2021 IOP Publishing

  • Comprehensive Lists of Internal Calibrants for Ultrahigh-Resolution Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Crude Oil and Natural Organic Matter and Their Preparation Recipes
    Eunji Cho, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Young Hwan Kim, and Sunghwan Kim

    Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, ISSN: 10440305, eISSN: 18791123, Pages: 590-596, Published: 3 February 2021 American Chemical Society (ACS)
    In this work, comprehensive lists of internal calibrants for accurate mass determination of molecules in crude oils, natural organic matter, and soil as well as their preparation recipes are presented. The lists include various sets of chemicals for positive- and negative-ion mode electrospray ionization, atmospheric pressure chemical ionization, atmospheric pressure photoionization, and laser desorption ionization. The chemicals were chosen based on their solvent compatibility, ionization efficiency, and accessibility. The sample preparation process was optimized for each ionization method and type of sample. The lists include detailed information on preparation solvent, concentrations, and mixing ratios of sample and calibrants. Internal calibration using the information in the lists results in successful calibration, and all the data presented in this study show root-mean-square errors between the theoretical and obtained m/z numbers of less than 0.4 ppm. The information presented in this study provides an important guideline for researchers working on complex mixtures with ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry.

  • Nanolignin in materials science and technology- does flame retardancy matter?
    H. Vahabi, N. Brosse, N.H. Abd Latif, W. Fatriasari, N.N. Solihat, R. Hashim, M. Hazwan Hussin, F. Laoutid, and M.R. Saeb

    Biopolymeric Nanomaterials: Fundamentals and Applications, Pages: 515-559, Published: 1 January 2021 Elsevier

  • Microwave assisted dilute organic acid pre-treatment of oil palm empty fruit bunch to improve enzyme accessibility
    N N Solihat, E Hermiati, and D T N Adi

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 935, Published: 22 September 2020 IOP Publishing
    Abstract The depletion of fossil fuel is intriguing for researchers to find sustainable energy. Oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) is abundant biomass in Indonesia which is potential to be converted into bioethanol because of its high cellulose content. Suitable pre-treatment could increase the effectiveness of cellulose conversion into sugars. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of Microwave-assisted Oxalic Acid pre-treatment (MOxA) and Enzymatic Hydrolysis (EH) to improve enzyme accessibility through variation of heating temperature, irradiation time, and EH incubation time. The higher the microwave heating temperature, longer irradiation time, and longer EH incubation time, the higher the glucose yield per pulp (GY) and reducing sugar yield (RSY) were observed. After MOxA at 200°C-15 min, as much as 43.22 % GY per initial biomass was obtained by EH for 10 days. SEM images showed more ruptures on the surface area of OPEFB fibre after MOxA that supported in increasing of enzyme digestibility. The XRD spectra demonstrated that the crystallinity index (CI) increased after MOxA because pre-treatment reduced amorphous components in the biomass. In addition, the FTIR spectra showed that peak intensity at 1714 cm−1 corresponded to hemicellulose was gradually reduced after MOxA while peaks corresponded to lignin was more discernible.

  • Interlaboratory comparison of humic substances compositional space as measured by Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (IUPAC Technical Report)
    Alexander Zherebker, Sunghwan Kim, Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, Robert G. M. Spencer, Oliver Lechtenfeld, David C. Podgorski, Norbert Hertkorn, Mourad Harir, Nissa Nurfajin, Boris Koch, Eugene N. Nikolaev, Evgeny A. Shirshin, Sergey A. Berezin, Dmitry S. Kats, Gleb D. Rukhovich, and Irina V. Perminova

    Pure and Applied Chemistry, ISSN: 00334545, eISSN: 13653075, Pages: 1447-1467, Published: 1 September 2020 Walter de Gruyter GmbH
    Abstract Interlaboratory comparison on the determination of the molecular composition of humic substances (HS) was undertaken in the framework of IUPAC project 2016-015-2-600. The analysis was conducted using high resolution mass spectrometry, nominally, Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (FTICR MS) with electrospray ionization. Six samples of HS from freshwater, soil, and leonardite were used for this study, including one sample of humic acids (HA) from coal (leonardite), two samples of soil HA (the sod-podzolic soil and chernozem), two samples of soil fulvic acids (FA) (the sod-podzolic soil and chernozem), and one sample of freshwater humic acids (the Suwannee River). The samples were analyzed on five different FTICR MS instruments using the routine conditions applied in each participating laboratory. The results were collected as mass lists, which were further assigned formulae for the determination of molecular composition. The similarity of the obtained data was evaluated using appropriate statistical metrics. The results have shown that direct comparison of discrete stoichiometries assigned to the mass lists obtained by the different laboratories yielded poor results with low values of the Jaccard similarity score – not exceeding 0.56 (not more than 56 % of the similar peaks). The least similarity was observed for the aromatics-rich HA samples from leonardite (coal) and the chernozem soil, which might be connected to difficulties in their ionization. The reliable similarity among the data obtained in this intercomparison study was achieved only by transforming a singular point (stoichiometry) in van Krevelen diagram into a sizeable pixel (a number of closely located stoichiometries), which can be calculated from the population density distribution. The conclusion was made that, so far, these are descriptors of occupation density distribution, which provide the metrics compliant with the data quality requirements, such as the reproducibility of the data measurements on different instruments.

  • Optimization of Microwave-Assisted Oxalic Acid Pretreatment of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch for Production of Fermentable Sugars
    Sita Heris Anita, Fitria, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Fahriya Puspita Sari, Lucky Risanto, Widya Fatriasari, and Euis Hermiati

    Waste and Biomass Valorization, ISSN: 18772641, eISSN: 1877265X, Pages: 2673-2687, Published: 1 June 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Application of silver-assisted laser desorption ionization ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry for the speciation of sulfur compounds
    Thamina Acter, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Sungjune Kim, Nizam Uddin, Ahmad Ismail Mustafa, Sayed Md. Shamsuddin, and Sunghwan Kim

    Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, ISSN: 16182642, eISSN: 16182650, Volume: 412, Pages: 243-255, Published: 1 January 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Elucidating molecular level impact of peat fire on soil organic matter by laser desorption ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Yustiawati, Sungjune Kim, and Sunghwan Kim

    Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, ISSN: 16182642, eISSN: 16182650, Volume: 411, Pages: 7303-7313, Published: 1 November 2019 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Systematic Investigation into the Differences in the (+) APPI Efficiencies of Positional (Ortho, Meta, and Para) Isomers
    Arif Ahmed, Syful Islam, Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Thamina Acter, and Sunghwan Kim

    Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society, ISSN: 02532964, eISSN: 12295949, Pages: 1062-1067, Published: 1 November 2019 Wiley

  • Analyzing Solid-Phase Natural Organic Matter Using Laser Desorption Ionization Ultrahigh Resolution Mass Spectrometry
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Thamina Acter, Donghwi Kim, Alain F. Plante, and Sunghwan Kim

    Analytical Chemistry, ISSN: 00032700, eISSN: 15206882, Pages: 951-957, Published: 2 January 2019 American Chemical Society (ACS)
    Extensive sample preparation procedures are required to analyze natural organic matter (NOM) in soil and sediment samples due to the mineral matrix. The preparation procedure not only requires a large amount of sample (typically more than 50 mg), but NOM extraction is frequently incomplete. In this study, 2-5 μg of solid NOM or 500 μg of unprocessed soil samples were fixed on a metal plate using double-sided adhesive tape and analyzed directly using laser desorption ionization (LDI) and ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry (UHR-MS). Most of the peaks reported in previous LDI UHR-MS studies using NOM solutions were observed, and an additional ∼2200 unique peaks were found by analyzing the fulvic acids direct solid phase. Differences in the molecular composition of NOM in solid samples were seen clearly with minimum sample preparation. Lignin- and tannin-type molecules were detected in both Elliott soil and topsoil from Kyungpook National University campus. The data presented in this study demonstrate a proof-of-principle that highly sensitive, direct, molecular level analysis of solid-phase NOM from unprocessed soil samples and minimum sample preparation is possible.

  • Reducing sugar production of sweet sorghum bagasse kraft pulp
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Triyani Fajriutami, Deddy Triyono Nugroho Adi, Widya Fatriasari, and Euis Hermiati

    AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN: 0094243X, eISSN: 15517616, Volume: 1803, Published: 12 January 2017 Author(s)
    Kraft pulping of sweet sorghum bagasse (SSB) has been used for effective delignification method for cellulose production. This study was conducted to evaluate the performance pulp kraft of SSB for reducing sugar production. The study intended to investigate the effect of active alkali and sulfidity loading variation of SSB pulp kraft on reducing sugar yield per biomass. The SSB pulp was prepared after pulping using three variations of active alkali (17, 19, and 22%) and sulfidity loading (20, 22, and 24%) at 170°C for 4 h with liquor to wood ratio of 10. A total of 9 pulps were obtained from these pretreatments. Delignification pretreatment has been succesfully removed lignin and hemicellulose more than 90% and 50%, respectively. Increasing active alkali and sulfidity loading has significantly increased lignin removal caused by disruption of the cell wall structure for releasing lignin into black liquor in the cellulose extraction. The enzymatic hydrolysis of pulp was carried out with cellulase loading of...

  • Disruption of oil palm empty fruit bunches by microwave-assisted oxalic acid pretreatment
    Nissa Nurfajrin Solihat, Fahriya Puspita Sari, Lucky Risanto, Sita Heris Anita, Fitria Fitria, Widya Fatriasari, and Euis Hermiati

    Journal of Mathematical and Fundamental Sciences, ISSN: 23375760, Pages: 244-257, Published: 2017 The Institute for Research and Community Services (LPPM) ITB
    Developing an effective pretreatment for the conversion of lignocellulosic biomass to ethanol is an important effort in reducing the cost of this process. Microwave-assisted pretreatment is considered a green technology that can effectively break down lignocellulosic structures. The objective of this study was to investigate the most effective temperature for microwave-assisted oxalic acid pretreatment regarding the structural characteristic changes of oil palm empty fruit bunches (OPEFB) fibers. The fibers were subjected to microwave-assisted oxalic acid pretreatment at 160–200 °C with 2.5 minutes heating time and a liquid to solid ratio of 10. The effectiveness of the pretreatment was determined based on its delignification selectivity, morphological characteristics, and functional group changes. Microwave irradiation of OPEFB fibers at 180 oC was effective in increasing the cellulose content by 24%. This pretreatment resulted in 1.82 delignification selectivity. More than 50% of the hemicellulose of the OPEFB was removed after this treatment, which was confirmed by a decrease of the absorption bands of functional groups at 1732 cm -1 . The increase of pretreatment temperature disrupted the morphological structure of the OPEFB and removed its hemicellulose but did not change its functional groups and lignin content.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Development and Characterization of Eco-Friendly Non-Isocyanate Urethane Monomer from Jatropha curcas Oil for Wood Composite Applications
    S Bhakri, M Ghozali, E Cahyono, E Triwulandari, WK Restu, NN Solihat, ...
    JOURNAL OF RENEWABLE MATERIALS 11 (1), 41-59 2023

  • Enzymatic degradation and metabolic pathway of acid blue 129 dye by crude laccase from newly isolated Trametes hirsuta EDN 082
    DHY Yanto, SH Anita, NN Solihat
    Biocatalysis and Biotransformation, 1-11 2022

  • Pengaruh Lama Penyimpanan dan Pengenceran Lindi Hitam Terhadap Karakteristik Lignin Kraft Acacia mangium
    F Falah, RN Salsabila, W Pradiani, A Karimah, MAR Lubis, AH Prianto, ...
    Jurnal Riset Kimia 13 (2), 138-151 2022

  • Recent Developments in Flame-Retardant Lignin-Based Biocomposite: Manufacturing, and characterization
    NN Solihat, AF Hidayat, MNAM Taib, MH Hussin, SH Lee, MAA Ghani, ...
    Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 1-21 2022

  • Recent developments in lignin modification and its application in lignin‐based green composites: A review
    EA Agustiany, M Rasyidur Ridho, M Rahmi DN, EW Madyaratri, F Falah, ...
    Polymer Composites 43 (8), 4848-4865 2022

  • Assessment of artificial neural network to identify compositional differences in ultrahigh-resolution mass spectra acquired from coal mine affected soils
    NN Solihat, S Son, EK Williams, MC Ricker, AF Plante, S Kim
    Talanta, 123623 2022

  • Characterization of Indonesian Banana Species as an Alternative Cellulose Fibers
    W Fatriasari, MR Ridho, A Karimah, Sudarmanto, Ismadi, Y Amin, ...
    Journal of Natural Fibers, 1-18 2022

  • Physical and Chemical Properties of Acacia mangium Lignin Isolated from Pulp Mill Byproduct for Potential Application in Wood Composites
    NN Solihat, EB Santoso, A Karimah, EW Madyaratri, FP Sari, F Falah, ...
    Polymers 14 (3), 491 2022

  • A recent advancement on preparation, characterization and application of nanolignin
    MH Hussin, JN Appaturi, NE Poh, NH Abd Latif, N Brosse, I Ziegler-Devin, ...
    International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 2022

  • NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC ANTIMICROBIALS AGENT FOR TEXTILE: A REVIEW
    T Purwanti, NN Solihat, W Fatriasari, DS Nawaw
    Jurnal Industri Hasil Perkebunan 16 (2), 33-48 2021

  • THE EFFECT OF ADSORBENT AGENTS: SILICA, ANDISOL, LECA, ANTHRACITE, AND ACTIVATED CARBON ON POLLUTANT UPTAKE IN THE CITARUM RIVER (Pengaruh agen penjerap silika, andisol, LECA
    FP Sari, NN Solihat, M Sholeh, L Risanto, F Fitria, F Falah, W Fatriasari
    Jurnal Penelitian Pengelolaan Daerah Aliran Sungai (Journal of Watershed 2021

  • Produk biosurfaktan turunan lignin dan proses pembuatannya.
    W Fatriasari, T Watanabe, DTN Adi, E Hermiati, T Fajriutami, ...
    ID Patent DP000,072,734 2021

  • Produksi Enzim Ligninolitik dan Dekolorisasi Pewarna Sintetis Oleh Isolat Baru Jamur Tropis Cymatoderma dendriticum WM01
    M Oktaviani, NN Solihat, Y Amin, DHY Yanto
    Al-Kauniyah: Jurnal Biologi 14 (2), 282-293 2021

  • Application of Laser-Desorption Silver-Ionization Ultrahigh-Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Petroleum Samples Subjected to Hydrotreating
    T Acter, N Uddin, NN Solihat, S Kim
    Energy & Fuels 35 (19), 15545-15554 2021

  • Metode ekstraksi lignin daun tebu menggunakan dioksan dan enzim serta produk yang dihasilkannya.
    W Fatriasari, E Hermiati, MAR Lubis, M Ismayati, NN Solihat, F Falah, ...
    ID Patent P00,202,106,163 2021

  • Metode klasifikasi jenis serat alam dengan menggunakan augmentasi data dan deeo neutral network (DNN
    Z Akbar, SR Saleh, YA Kartika, TLP Manik, W Fatriasari, DS Adi, ...
    ID Patent P00,202,106,102 2021

  • METODE PEMISAHAN LIGNIN DARI LINDI HITAM SISA PRODUKSI PULP
    NN Solihat, FP Sari, F Falah, W Fatriasari, EB Santoso, Fitria, L Risanto
    ID Patent P00,202,104,449 2021

  • Design and Performance of Amphiphilic Lignin Derivatives in Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Sweet Sorghum Bagasse for Bioethanol Production.
    NN Solihat, R Raniya, T Fajriutami, AH Iswanto, W Fatriasari, A Fudholi
    BioResources 16 (3) 2021

  • Metode ekstraksi lignin daun tebu menggunakan asam konsentrasi rendah dan produk yang dihasilkannya
    W Fatriasari, E Hermiati, MAR Lubis, NN Ismayati, M, Solihat, F Falah, ...
    2021

  • Biodegradation and metabolic pathway of anthraquinone dyes by Trametes hirsuta D7 immobilized in light expanded clay aggregate and cytotoxicity assessment
    R Alam, FC Ardiati, NN Solihat, MB Alam, SH Lee, DHY Yanto, ...
    Journal of Hazardous Materials 405, 124176 2021

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Biodegradation and metabolic pathway of anthraquinone dyes by Trametes hirsuta D7 immobilized in light expanded clay aggregate and cytotoxicity assessment
    R Alam, FC Ardiati, NN Solihat, MB Alam, SH Lee, DHY Yanto, ...
    Journal of Hazardous Materials 405, 124176 2021
    Citations: 32

  • Analyzing solid-phase natural organic matter using laser desorption ionization ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry
    NN Solihat, T Acter, D Kim, AF Plante, S Kim
    Analytical chemistry 91 (1), 951-957 2018
    Citations: 29

  • Lignin as an active biomaterial: a review
    NN Solihat, FP Sari, F Falah, M Ismayati, MAR Lubis, W Fatriasari, ...
    Jurnal Sylva Lestari 9 (1), 1-22 2021
    Citations: 27

  • Optimization of microwave-assisted oxalic acid pretreatment of oil palm empty fruit bunch for production of fermentable sugars
    SH Anita, NN Solihat, FP Sari, L Risanto, W Fatriasari, E Hermiati
    Waste and biomass valorization 11 (6), 2673-2687 2020
    Citations: 21

  • Interlaboratory comparison of humic substances compositional space as measured by Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (IUPAC Technical Report)
    A Zherebker, S Kim, P Schmitt-Kopplin, RGM Spencer, O Lechtenfeld, ...
    Pure and Applied Chemistry 92 (9), 1447-1467 2020
    Citations: 12

  • Disruption of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunches by Microwave-assisted Oxalic Acid Pretreatment.
    NN Solihat, FP Sari, L Risanto, SH Anita, W Fatriasari, E Hermiati
    Journal of Mathematical & Fundamental Sciences 49 (3) 2017
    Citations: 12

  • A recent advancement on preparation, characterization and application of nanolignin
    MH Hussin, JN Appaturi, NE Poh, NH Abd Latif, N Brosse, I Ziegler-Devin, ...
    International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 2022
    Citations: 11

  • Reducing sugar production of sweet sorghum bagasse kraft pulp
    NN Solihat, T Fajriutami, DTN Adi, W Fatriasari, E Hermiati
    AIP Conference Proceedings 1803 (1), 020012 2017
    Citations: 11

  • Comprehensive lists of internal calibrants for ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry analysis of crude oil and natural organic matter and their preparation recipes
    E Cho, NN Solihat, YH Kim, S Kim
    Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 32 (2), 590-596 2021
    Citations: 8

  • Application of silver-assisted laser desorption ionization ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry for the speciation of sulfur compounds
    T Acter, NN Solihat, S Kim, N Uddin, AI Mustafa, SM Shamsuddin, S Kim
    Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 412 (1), 243-255 2020
    Citations: 8

  • Elucidating molecular level impact of peat fire on soil organic matter by laser desorption ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
    NN Solihat, S Kim, S Kim
    Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 411 (27), 7303-7313 2019
    Citations: 8

  • Physical and Chemical Properties of Acacia mangium Lignin Isolated from Pulp Mill Byproduct for Potential Application in Wood Composites
    NN Solihat, EB Santoso, A Karimah, EW Madyaratri, FP Sari, F Falah, ...
    Polymers 14 (3), 491 2022
    Citations: 7

  • Nanolignin in materials science and technology—does flame retardancy matter?
    H Vahabi, N Brosse, NH Abd Latif, W Fatriasari, NN Solihat, R Hashim, ...
    Biopolymeric Nanomaterials, 515-559 2021
    Citations: 5

  • Design and Performance of Amphiphilic Lignin Derivatives in Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Sweet Sorghum Bagasse for Bioethanol Production.
    NN Solihat, R Raniya, T Fajriutami, AH Iswanto, W Fatriasari, A Fudholi
    BioResources 16 (3) 2021
    Citations: 4

  • Peningkatan produksi gula pereduksi dari tandan kosong kelapa sawit dengan praperlakuan asam organik pada reaktor bertekanan
    FP Sari, NN Solihat, SH Anita, F Fitria, E Hermiati
    Reaktor 16 (4), 199-206 2016
    Citations: 4

  • Recent developments in lignin modification and its application in lignin‐based green composites: A review
    EA Agustiany, M Rasyidur Ridho, M Rahmi DN, EW Madyaratri, F Falah, ...
    Polymer Composites 43 (8), 4848-4865 2022
    Citations: 3

  • NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC ANTIMICROBIALS AGENT FOR TEXTILE: A REVIEW
    T Purwanti, NN Solihat, W Fatriasari, DS Nawaw
    Jurnal Industri Hasil Perkebunan 16 (2), 33-48 2021
    Citations: 3

  • Assessment of artificial neural network to identify compositional differences in ultrahigh-resolution mass spectra acquired from coal mine affected soils
    NN Solihat, S Son, EK Williams, MC Ricker, AF Plante, S Kim
    Talanta, 123623 2022
    Citations: 2

  • The Removal of Cured Urea-Formaldehyde Adhesive Towards Sustainable Medium Density Fiberboard Production: A Review
    MAR Lubis, SY Manohar, RPB Laksana, W Fatriasari, M Ismayati, F Falah, ...
    Jurnal Sylva Lestari 9 (1), 23-44 2021
    Citations: 2

  • Jurnal Sylva Lestari
    NN Solihat, FP Sari, F Falah, M Ismayati, M Adly, R Lubis, W Fatriasari, ...
    Jurnal Sylva Lestari 9 (1), 1-22 2021
    Citations: 2

GRANT DETAILS

Last 3 years:
1. Valorization of lignin from pulp industry by-product as antimicrobial agent for natural fiber textile (2021-present) (BRIN/LIPI, Indonesia) - Project Leader
2. Utilization of Biomass Wastes for Functional Materials and Chemicals (2021-present) (JASTIP, Japan)-Member
3. Development of digital information system and identification system of natural fiber as sources of textile fiber (2020-2021) (Ministry of Finance Indonesia) - Member
4. Lignin and Tannin-Based Polyurethane Resin for fire resistant rami fiber (2020-2021) (Ministry of Finance Indonesia) - Member
5. Japan-ASEAN Science, Technology and Innovation Platform of Sustainable Development Research (2020) (JASTIP, Japan) - Member
6. Integrated Biorefinery of Sugarcane Trash (2020) (E-Asia, Japan) - Member
7. Development of Lignin-Based Biomaterials For Environmentally Friendly Adhesives, Mortar Additives, and Gold Emulsifiers (2020) (BRIN/LIPI, Indonesia) - Member
8. Isolation, Screening and Assessment of White Rot Fungi in Berbak and Sembilang Biosphere Reserve for Their Potency in Wastewater Treatment (2019-2020) (MAB UNESCO) -Member

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Patent last 3 years:
No Judul Tahun
1. Produk Vinir Kayu Laminasi Tipis Tanpa Perekat 2022
2. Paten Granted IDP00007234 : Biosurfaktan Turunan Lignin Dan Proses Pembuatannya 2021
3. Metode Klasifikasi Jenis Serat Alam dengan Menggunakan Augmentasi Data Dan Deep Neural Network (DNN) 2021
4. Metode Ekstraksi Lignin Daun Tebu Menggunakan Enzim Selulase Dan Dioksan Serta Produk Yang Dihasilkannya 2021
5. Metode Pemisahan Lignin Dari Lindi Hitam Sisa Produksi Pulp 2021
6. Metode Ekstraksi Lignin Daun Tebu Menggunakan Asam Konsentrasi Rendah Dan Produk Yang Dihasilkannya 2021
7. Biosurfaktan Anionik Berbasis Lignin Alkali dan Proses Pembuatannya 2020
8. Proses Pembuatan Perekat Kayu Lapis Non- Formaldehida Berbahan Dasar Pati Dialdehida Dan Produk Yang Dihasilkannya. 2020
9. Formulasi biosurfaktan amphipilic lignin derivatives (A-LD) dari lignin Acacia mangium, penggunaan dan proses pembuatannya 2017
10. Produk Biosurfaktan Turunan Lignin dan Proses Pembuatannya. 2017

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Kyungpook National University
PT. Greenei Indonesia
Nauli Ecoprint

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

PT Ogawa Indonesia