Capping effect of palm-oil based organometallic ligand towards the production of highly monodispersed nanostructured material

PoiSim Khiew, WeeSiong Chiu, ThianKhoon Tan, Shahidan Radiman, Roslan Abd. Shukor, Chin Hua Chia

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Abstract

Palm oil is considered as one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world. It is produced from the pulp of the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) fruit bunches through the expeller-pressed process. Due to its cholesterol-free and nutritional-rich features, palm oil is conventionally being used for food and dietary applications. In addition, there is also significant usage of palm oil in oleo-related industries, especially in the production of detergent and cosmetics products. Recently, massive advancement of research and developments have been established for utilizing palm oil in a wider range of applications, including the production of bio-diesel fuel, biodegradable polymer composite and more interestingly being adopted as effective capping ligand that facilitates the production of highly monodispersed nanomaterials, with unique morphological and crystalline behaviors. Oleic acid compound that is derived from palm oil based fatty acids for example, is one of the most important specialty products obtained from the palm oil industry. Oleat-based capping ligands have been widely reported to beused in the nanomaterial synthesis through the organo-metallic processing method. It is found that the capping ligand can effectively attach to the primary nuclei of the nanocrystals and stimulates the growth of the materials in a desire crystalline plane/direction, through a proper regulation of various processing parameters. Some of the research efforts to produce nanostructured materials using the organo-metallic synthesis by adopting oleat-based capping ligands are presented in this chapter. Furthermore, the capping effects of the palm oil based oleat materials for controlling and characterizing the morphology and other physico-chemical properties of the nanoparticles are emphasized as well.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPalm Oil: Nutrition, Uses and Impacts
PublisherNova Science Publishers, Inc.
Pages189-219
Number of pages31
ISBN (Print)9781612099217
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2011

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Oleic Acid
palm oil
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Polymers
Oils
Fatty Acids
Cholesterol
Food
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Khiew, P., Chiu, W., Tan, T., Radiman, S., Abd. Shukor, R., & Chia, C. H. (2011). Capping effect of palm-oil based organometallic ligand towards the production of highly monodispersed nanostructured material. In Palm Oil: Nutrition, Uses and Impacts (pp. 189-219). Nova Science Publishers, Inc..

Capping effect of palm-oil based organometallic ligand towards the production of highly monodispersed nanostructured material. / Khiew, PoiSim; Chiu, WeeSiong; Tan, ThianKhoon; Radiman, Shahidan; Abd. Shukor, Roslan; Chia, Chin Hua.

Palm Oil: Nutrition, Uses and Impacts. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011. p. 189-219.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Khiew, P, Chiu, W, Tan, T, Radiman, S, Abd. Shukor, R & Chia, CH 2011, Capping effect of palm-oil based organometallic ligand towards the production of highly monodispersed nanostructured material. in Palm Oil: Nutrition, Uses and Impacts. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 189-219.
Khiew P, Chiu W, Tan T, Radiman S, Abd. Shukor R, Chia CH. Capping effect of palm-oil based organometallic ligand towards the production of highly monodispersed nanostructured material. In Palm Oil: Nutrition, Uses and Impacts. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2011. p. 189-219
Khiew, PoiSim ; Chiu, WeeSiong ; Tan, ThianKhoon ; Radiman, Shahidan ; Abd. Shukor, Roslan ; Chia, Chin Hua. / Capping effect of palm-oil based organometallic ligand towards the production of highly monodispersed nanostructured material. Palm Oil: Nutrition, Uses and Impacts. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011. pp. 189-219
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