Syahrir, Muhammad and Hasri, Hasri and Salempa, Pince ANALISIS DAN KARAKTERISTIK HIDROKARBON NORMAL ALKANA PADA SEDIMEN PANTAI MAKASSAR. In: Diseminasi Hasil Penelitian Melalui Optimalisasi Sinta dan Hak Kekayaan Intelektual, 8 Desember 2018, La'riz Wthree Hotel.

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Based on salinity and water temperature quality standards at number of station locations are still within the specified quality standard range, except at station 7 (TL3) Tello River Estuary, with a very high level of supply of contaminants from organic waste, because it is a watershed from TPAS Antang, waste from PLTU activies and heavy motorized vehicle traffic lanes and the existence of Makassar Industrial Zone (KIMA). The highest turbidity at station 8 (TL2) located in the vicinity of the Tello River Upper based on quality standards has shown a high level of pollution because it is close to the PLTU and motorized vehicle traffic lanes, while the lowest turbidity content at station 3 (AK1) is located around recreation areas /Akkarena Beach) still meets the conditions set. The results of hydrocarbon fractionation by column chromatography using silica gel: alumina (1:1) and each sediment station showed varying levels of aliphatic fractions containing various hydrocarbons. The THK/EBO values vary where the lowest station 6 (TR2) is located near the Makassar Transtudio Mall and the highest station 5 (TR1) which is also located near Makassar Transtudio Mall. This means that microorganism activity high enough to degrade hydrocarbons in the station area. The F1/F2 ratio results also show varying values at each sediment are highest, which indicates that station 1 (JB4) sediment and station 4 (AK2) sediment are the highest, which indicates that station 1 (JB4) sediments are sourced from anthropogenic processes while station 4 (AK2) sediments sourced from not anthropogenic, which occurs through natural processes.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: analysis, characteristics, hydrocarbons, n-alkanes, sediments
Subjects: FMIPA > KIMIA - (S1)
Depositing User: Syahrir G
Date Deposited: 15 Mar 2023 08:05
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2023 08:05

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