Lestari Simanjuntak
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Journal of Clipped Words in Reader’s Digest Magazine Simanjuntak, Lestari
LINGUISTICA Vol 1, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Medan

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This study deals with Clipped Words in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine”  of Reader’s Digest. The objectives of the study are to find out the types of clipped words which are used in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine” of Reader’s Digest, to find out sthe dominantly used in the whole story and to reason the dominant clipped word use in the text. The study use descriptive qualitative method. The data were collected from seventeen selected Reader’s Digest which contains the clipped word by applied documentary technique, and analyzed based on the type of clipped words namely, back clipping, fore clipping, middle clipping and complex clipping. The finding indicates that from four types of clipped words just only three types found in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine” of Reader’s Digest, back clipping, fore clipping, and a word middle clipping. Back clipping is proved to be the most dominantly used because the story in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine” of Reader’s Digest tell about human daily experience daily.     Key words: Clipped words
Journal of Clipped Words in Reader’s Digest Magazine Simanjuntak, Lestari
LINGUISTICA Vol 1, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Medan

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This study deals with Clipped Words in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine”  of Reader’s Digest. The objectives of the study are to find out the types of clipped words which are used in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine” of Reader’s Digest, to find out sthe dominantly used in the whole story and to reason the dominant clipped word use in the text. The study use descriptive qualitative method. The data were collected from seventeen selected Reader’s Digest which contains the clipped word by applied documentary technique, and analyzed based on the type of clipped words namely, back clipping, fore clipping, middle clipping and complex clipping. The finding indicates that from four types of clipped words just only three types found in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine” of Reader’s Digest, back clipping, fore clipping, and a word middle clipping. Back clipping is proved to be the most dominantly used because the story in the “Laughter, the Best Medicine” of Reader’s Digest tell about human daily experience daily.     Key words: Clipped words
Ekstraksi Selulosa dari Kayu Gelam (Melaleuca leucadendron Linn) dan Kayu Serbuk Industri Mebel Monariqsa, Dian; Oktora, Niken; Azora, Andriani; Haloho, Dormian A N; Simanjuntak, Lestari; Musri, Arison; Saputra, Adi; Lesbani, Aldes
Jurnal Penelitian Sains Vol 15, No 3 (2012)
Publisher : Faculty of Mathtmatics and Natural Sciences

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Ekstraksi selulosa dari kayu gelam (Melaleuca leucadendron Linn) dan kayu serbuk industri mebel dilakukan dengan proses maserasi menggunakan metanol dan dilanjutkan dengan pengasaman dengan asam klorida. Pengasaman dengan asam klorida dilakukan pada variasi konsentrasi 1%, 3%, 5%, 7%, 9% dan 11% (v/v). Karakterisasi selulosa hasil ekstraksi dilakukan menggunakan spektroskopi FT-IR, penentuan kadar air dan kadar abu. Hasil penelitian yang dibandingkan dengan selulosa standar menunjukkan bahwa konsentrasi asam klorida optimum untuk ekstraksi selulosa dari kayu gelam dan kayu serbuk industri mebel adalah 5% (v/v). Kadar air masing-masing 2,35% (b/b) dan 2,74% (b/b) untuk selulosa dari kayu gelam dan kayu serbuk industri mebel. Kadar abu masing-masing yakni 1,26% (b/b) untuk selulosa dari kayu gelam dan 2,44% (b/b) untuk selulosa dari kayu serbuk serbuk industri mebel.