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Greetings from the Head of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Division
Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Division is considered as the largest research and teaching division structured under the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). Our division has been accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) since 2014 and we are responsible to host, educate and facilitate undergraduate (S1) and graduate students (S2 and S3) pursuing study and research program in the field of inorganic and physical chemistry. This division is also functioned to develop the advancement of science and technology and to help the chemical industries solving their problems in relation to the knowledge of inorganic and physical chemistry. The inorganic and physical chemistry continue to provide the ground for the evolution of the enormous areas of chemistry. It concerns the chemistry of elements and their compounds other than those carbons that is included in the field of organic chemistry. However, various chemistry subjects involve within the inorganic and physical chemistry and these are silica, carbon nanotube, solid-state chemistry, polymer chemistry, biochemistry, bioinorganics, organometallics, energy-related chemistry, electrochemistry, corrosion chemistry, computational chemistry, spectroscopy, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis.

Head of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Division

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Prof. Dr. I Made Arcana

Liputan 3rd EAZC, Bali Javier García-Martínez, salah satu profesor terkemuka dunia dibidang kimia turut hadir dalam konferensi 3rd Euro-Asia Zeolite Conference (EAZC) 2017 yang diselenggarakan pada tanggal 22-25 Januari 2017 lalu di Nusa Dua, Bali. Javier diundang sebagai keynote speaker dan beliau berhasil membawakan presentasinya dengan sangat menarik. Presentasi yang …
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Oxygen vacancy-rich mesoporous silica KCC-1 for CO2 methanation Applied Catalysis A: General Volume 532, 25 February 2017, Pages 86–94 Mesoporous silica KCC-1 was successfully synthesized by microemulsion system coupled with microwave-assisted hydrothermal method. Mesoporous silica KCC-1 exhibited spherical morphology surrounded with dendritic fiber with the particle size of 200–400 nm …
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The 3rd Euro Asia Zeolite Conference, Bali Island, Indonesia 2017, Januari 22-25, Bali Island, Indonesia …
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The 6th International Conference on Mathematical and Natural Sciences (ICMNS) 2016, November 2-3, Bandung, Indonesia …
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MRS-ID Meeting 2016 2016, October 24-26, Bandung, Indonesia Link
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