Current Research Project
|Daw Shwe Sin Win||Associate Professor||M.Sc||Preparation of Activated Carbon from Corn Cob and its Application in Iron Removal from Groundwater||[email protected]|
|Daw Latt Latt Lwin||Lecturer||M.Sc||An Investigation into the Reduction of Toxicity in Some Bamboo Shoot Products||[email protected]|
|Daw Nang Phyoe Phyoe Oo||Lecturer||M.Sc||A Study on the Preparation of Toddy Palm Slices in Syrup||[email protected]|
|Daw Mya Thandar||Lecturer||M.Sc||Utilization of Bagasse as Adsorbent in the Refining of Used Cooking Oil||[email protected]|
|Daw Myat Thin Yanant Aung||Demonstrator||M.Sc||Preparation and Characterization of Fish (Ngar-shwe) Seasoning Powder for Myanmar Traditional Food||[email protected]|
|Daw Lai Win Phyu||Demonstrator||M.Sc||Study on the Taste and Flavor of Processed Rohu||[email protected]|
|Daw Hnin Si||Demonstrator||M.Sc||Preparation of organic liquid fertilizer from fish waste||[email protected]|
- B.Sc. / B.Sc. (Hons) in Industrial Chemistry
- M.Sc. and M.Res. in Industrial Chemistry
B.Sc. in Industrial Chemistry
B.Sc. (Honours) in Industrial Chemistry
Students who passed second year with GPA greater than 4 are eligible to attend B.Sc. Honours classes for three more years. After finished successfully, they are earned B.Sc. (Hons) degree majoring in Industrial Chemistry.
M.Sc. in Industrial Chemistry
Students who passed B.Sc. (Hons) with GPA greater than 4 are eligible to attend M.Sc. classes for two more years. After finished successfully, they are earned M.Sc. degree majoring in Industrial Chemistry.
Fields of research currently conducting at the department are fundamental and applied researches in organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, food science, cosmetic technology and environment science.
This module covers a broad sense on Hydrolysis, Esterification and Oxidation. Hydrolysis: Definition and Scope, Hydrolyzing Agents, Materials Susceptible to Hydrolysis, Equipment for Hydrolysis, and Technical Operations Involving Hydrolysis; Esterification: Esterification by Organic Acids, Esterification of Carboxylic Acid Derivatives, Esters by Addition to Unsaturated Systems, Esters of Inorganic Acids, and Esterification Practice; Oxidation: Types of Oxidative Reactions, Oxidizing Agents, Liquid Phase Oxidation with Oxidizing Compounds, Vapour Phase Oxidation of Aliphatic Compounds, Vapour Phase Oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons, and Apparatus for Oxidation.
This module covers 1) Nitration: Introduction, Nitrating Agents, Aromatic Nitration, Kinetics and Mechanism of Aromatic Nitration, Nitration of Paraffinic Hydrocarbons, Nitrate Esters, N-Nitro Compounds, Thermodynamics of Nitrations, Process Equipment for Technical Nitration, Mixed Acid for Nitrations, Typical Industrial Nitration Processes and 2) Sulfonation and Sulfation.
The module is designed to learn about Chemical Reaction Engineering; Reactor Design- Introduction to Reactor Design, Single Ideal Reactors; Heat Effects; and Flow Behaviour of Reactor.
In the first semester, students will learn IC 5206 that includes the Characteristics of Bio-Products and Lipid Biosynthesis. In the second semester, students will learn IC 5212 that covers Food and Enzymes Produced by Microorganisms and Fermentation and Other uses of Microorganisms.