Dr. Solihin, M.Eng (SP 3)

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1Solihin, Mursito, A.T., Sun, Z.
Formation Mechanism of Titanium Silicon Carbide: The Effect of Different Composition of Starting Materials
(2017) IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 214 (1), art. no. 012023, .
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
2Solihin, Mursito, A.T., Dida, E.N., Erlangga, B.D., Widodo
Potential Application of Silica Mineral from Dieng Mountain in Agriculture Sector to Control the Release Rate of Fertilizer Elements
(2017) IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 214 (1), art. no. 012030, .
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
3Yuan, W., Solihin, Zhang, Q., Kano, J., Saito, F.7
Mechanochemical formation of K-Si-Ca-O compound as a slow-release fertilizer
(2014) Powder Technology, 260, pp. 22-26. Cited 7 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
4Solihin, Zhang, Q., Tongamp, W., Saito, F.19
Mechanochemical synthesis of kaolin-KH2PO4 and kaolin-NH4H2PO4 complexes for application as slow release fertilizer
(2011) Powder Technology, 212 (2), pp. 354-358. Cited 19 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
5Solihin, Zhang, Q., Tongamp, W., Saito, F.20
Mechanochemical route for synthesizing KMgPO4 and NH4MgPO4 for application as slow-release fertilizers
(2010) Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 49 (5), pp. 2213-2216. Cited 20 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
6Zhang, Q., Solihin, Saito, F.6
Mechanochemical synthesis of slow-release fertilizers through incorporation of alumina composition into potassium/ammonium phosphates
(2009) Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 92 (12), pp. 3070-3073. Cited 6 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
7Kano, J., Solihin, Sato, N., Suzuki, S., Saito, F., Suginobe, H., Shiokawa, T.3
Synthesis of niobium carbides from ferroniobium by mechanochemical method
(2009) ISIJ International, 49 (3), pp. 458-462. Cited 3 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
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