June 14-15, 2021

    2nd Advanced Chemistry World Congress

    Berlin | Germany

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    Advanced Chemistry 2021 conference

    2ndAdvanced Chemistry World Congress to be held on June 14-15, 2021 in Berlin, Germany is an event for researchers, academicians, students and delegates from industries/companies to present their work and provide an important channel for exchange of information.

    Advanced Chemistry 2021 aims at bringing members from all around the world to a common platform to share their experiences, new ideas, and research findings on all aspects of Chemistry. This conference will have a variety of Plenary Lectures, session lectures, and Poster Presentations, Scientific Exhibitions, Panel Discussions, and the B2B Meetings with World-Renowned Speakers, and leading specialists involved in all the areas of Chemistry.

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    Advanced Chemistry 2021 Conference

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    SPEAKER LINE-UP

    Peers Alley Media Phuong Nguyen-Tri

    Phuong Nguyen-Tri

    University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres, Canada

    Peers Alley Media John Roberts

    John Roberts

    Researcher, Open University, UK

    Peers Alley Media Alexander Olegovich Terentev

    Alexander Olegovich Terentev

    Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

    Peers Alley Media Justyna Kobylarczyk

    Justyna Kobylarczyk

    Associate Professor, Cracow University of Technology, Poland

    Speaker Representation from Industry

    SPEAKER LINE-UP

    Peers Alley Media Hector M Guevara

    Hector M Guevara

    President, NuEnergy Technologies Corp., USA

    Peers Alley Media Jan W Dobrowolski

    Jan W Dobrowolski

    AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

    Peers Alley Media Ramesh N Patel

    Ramesh N Patel

    Bristol-Myers Squibb, USA

    Peers Alley Media Farid Menaa

    Farid Menaa

    California Innovations Corporation, USA

    Conference Highlights

    Analytical chemistry

    For as long as chemistry has been studied, analytical chemistry has been around because chemists have had to decide what compound they were studying. Chemists like Justus von Liebig, Robert Bunsen and Gustav Kirchoff have developed methods for recognizing and isolating specific compounds. Analytical chemistry is used in many scientific fields. This can be used to assess how much cholesterol you have in your blood, classify an unknown substance found at a crime scene, or purify the oil you put in your vehicle.

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    • Applications of analytical chemistry
    • Chromatography
    • Electrochemical analysis
    • Hybrid techniques related to analytical Chemistry
    • Lab-on-a-chip
    • Mass spectrometry
    • Microscopy
    • Qualitative and quantitative analysis
    • Separation
    • Spectroscopy
    • Thermal analysis

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    Agricultural Chemistry

    Agro-chemistry is also known as an agricultural chemistry, because it is a branch of chemistry research and development and the agricultural production division. Such studies denote the relation between the bacteria of plant animals and their climate. It involves the protection of crops from production and use. Agricultural chemistry's key goal is to expand understanding of the causes and consequences of biochemical reactions. A biochemist can use techniques with their knowledge of biochemistry to improve the production, protection, and utilization of livestock and crops. Some of the main aims of agricultural chemistry as a form of applied sciences are:

    • Growing crop and livestock yields
    • Improving Product Consistency
    • Reducing Product Cost

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    • Agricultural biotechnology
    • Technology and sustainable agriculture best practices
    • Climate change impacts, mitigation and adaptation
    • Renewable energy sources and sustainable agriculture
    • Greenhouses and horticulture
    • Agricultural machinery
    • Fertilisers and chemicals
    • Irrigation and water management
    • Nanotechnologies in agriculture
    • Livestock, dairy farming and small ruminants
    • Poultry farming
    • Aquaculture and fisheries

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    Biochemistry

    Biochemistry with chemistry of life and as such draws on analytical techniques, organic, and physical chemistry, as well as those of physiologists concerned with the molecular basis of critical processes.
    Biochemistry is essential to understanding the definitions below.
    •    The chemical processes that turn diet into compounds that are features of a specific species' cells.
    •    The enzyme acts as a catalyst.
    •    Usage of the potential energy produced through the oxidation of food ingested for the various energy-requiring processes of the living cell.
    •    The properties and structure of the substances which shape the tissue and cell framework.
    •    To address basic medical and biological issues.

     

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    • Biochemistry methods
    • Bioinorganic chemistry
    • Biology and pharmacology of chemical elements
    • Chemical ecology
    • Chemical pathology
    • Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition
    • Metabolisms
    • Neurochemistry
    • physiological biochemistry
    • Reagents for biochemistry

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    Chemistry of Transition Elements

    The transition elements are those elements that at any rising oxidation state have a partially filled d or f subshell. Most generally the term "transition elements" refers to transition elements of the d-block. The transition elements include iron, copper and silver, which are essential metals. The most common transition elements are the iron and titanium.

    Many industrial reaction catalysts are composed of transition elements. The general properties of transition elements include:

    • They are usually metals with high melting points
    • They have several oxidation states
    • They typically form compounds in color
    • They often have a paramagnetic

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    • Characteristics of transition elements
    • Electronic configuration
    • Chemical formula
    • Ligand binding
    • causes of colour compounds of transition elements
    • complex compound formation
    • coordination complexes
    • transition metal Dinitrogen complexes

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    Chemical Engineering

    Compared to process manufacturing, chemical engineering is as ancient. The history derives from the processes of fermentation and evaporation performed by early civilizations. Modern chemical engineering originated in the second half of the 19th century with the production of large-scale, chemical-manufacturing operations. To solve technical problems, chemical engineering blends a history in chemistry with principles in engineering and economics. An in-depth knowledge of chemistry, mechanical engineering, and fluid dynamics are vital skills needed in chemical engineering.

     

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    • Etymology
    • Process design and analysis
    • Chemical reaction engineering,
    • Heat-transfer equipment
    • New concepts and innovations in chemical Engineering
    • Nuclear engineering
    • Safety and hazard assessments
    • Separation columns (distillation, absorption and extraction)

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    Electrochemistry

    Electrochemistry deals with chemical reactions that generate electricity and the changes associated with the passage through matter of electrical current. The reactions require moving electrons, and hence are oxidation (or redox) reactions. Most metals may be purified by electrochemical methods or electroplated. Power batteries are used for devices such as cars, smartphones, electronic tablets, watches, pacemakers and many more. Batteries use chemical reactions that naturally create energy, which can be transformed into useful work.

     

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    • Bipolar electrochemistry
    • Electroanalytical method
    • Electrochemical energy conversion
    • Electrochemical engineering
    • Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
    • Electrochemical potential
    • Fuel cells
    • Nanoelectrochemistry
    • Photoelectrochemistry
    • Redox titration

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    Environmental Chemistry

    Environmental chemistry refers to the presence of chemicals in the environment, their movement and transformation. Environmental chemistry deals with natural chemicals such as metals, other elements, organic chemicals and biochemicals which are biological metabolism products. Environmental chemistry also deals with man-made and distributed synthetic chemicals such as pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), dioxins, furans, and many others. Environmental chemists draw on a variety of principles from chemistry and various environmental sciences to aid in their study of what is occurring in the environment to a chemical species.

     

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    • Aquatic chemistry
    • Atmospheric chemistry
    • Bioassays and  immunoassay
    • Environmental measurement and monitoring
    • Environmental monitoring
    • Environmental quality parameters related to fresh water
    • Gravimetric, titrimetric and electrochemical methods
    • Pollution
    • Prevention of environmental deterioration
    • Quantitative chemical analysis
    • Soil Chemistry

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    Food Chemistry

    Food chemistry is the chemical division that deals with the chemistry behind the biochemical origin of the food, its properties and how it is handled inside the body. It includes researching chemical components ranging from proteins to carbohydrates, etc. It is also referred to as the study of chemical processes and all biological and non-biological components of food interactions. Examples of the biological substances include things like meat, fish, lettuce, beer, and milk. 

     

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    • Food engineering
    • Food fortification
    • Food microbiology
    • Food packaging
    • Food physical chemistry
    • Food preservation
    • Food rheology
    • Food safety
    • Food science
    • Food storage
    • Food supplements
    • Food technology
    • Nutraceutical
    • Nutrification

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    Forensic Chemistry

    Forensic Chemistry can be described as the practice of applying our expertise to solve crimes in the field of chemistry. There are many approaches we can adapt from chemistry to help overcome problems in a crime scene. Some examples of forensic chemistry applications include Spectroscopy techniques that are used to test substance purity. The detection and separation methods used to identify illicit drugs and medicines.

     

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    • Ballistic fingerprinting
    • Bloodstain pattern analysis
    • Encompasses organic and inorganic analysis
    • Fingerprint analysis
    • Forensic data analysis
    • Forensic toxicology
    • Investigating the physical and chemical properties
    • Scientific methods for analyzing evidences
    • Developmental growth of forensic sciences
    • Digital and cyber forensics
    • Forensic analytical techniques

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    Geochemistry

    Chemistry tools can be used to study the structure and composition of the Earth and its neighboring planets in the solar system. Geochemistry is a broad and fascinating subject, both in terms of the topics it addresses and the techniques used. The Geochemistry section of the Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences module contains a number of articles on state-of-the-art information on the techniques and technical innovations available to modern geochemists and on how the tools and principles of chemistry have been applied to a wide range of issues in Earth and Environmental Sciences.

     

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    • Aqueous geochemistry
    • Biogeochemistry
    • Concepts of energy, entropy and fundamental thermodynamics
    • Earth crust
    • Giant planets
    • Isotope geochemistry
    • Organic geochemistry
    • Petrology
    • Photogeochemistry
    • Radiogenic isotope geochemistry
    • Regional geochemistry
    • Solar system
    • Stable isotope geochemistry
    • Terrestrial planets
    • Trace Elements in Igneous Process

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    Green Chemistry

    Green chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes which reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances. Green chemistry applies throughout the life cycle of a chemical product, including its design, manufacture, use and final disposal. Green chemistry reduces pollution at its source by minimizing or eliminating the risks posed by chemical feedstocks, reagents, solvents and products. If the technology reduces or eliminates hazardous chemicals used to clean up environmental contaminants, it would qualify as green chemistry technology.

     

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    • Biocatalysts in organic synthesis
    • Bioremediation
    • Designing a green synthesis
    • Disaster management
    • Environmental engineering science
    • Environmental pollution
    • Green catalysts
    • Green chemistry in day-to-day Life
    • Green computing 
    • Green engineering
    • Green synthesis
    • Sustainable engineering
    • Waste management

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      Click Here

    Heterocyclic and Macro cyclic Chemistry

    Heterocyclic chemistry is a branch of organic chemistry that deals with the synthesis, properties and applications of these heterocycles. Compounds classified as heterocyclic are probably the largest and most diverse family of organic compounds. Heterocyclic chemistry studies particularly focus on unsaturated derivatives and unstrained 5- and 6-membered rings are involved in the predominance of the work and application. Pyridine, thiophen, pyrrol, and furan are included. In Chemistry, a macrocyclic ligand is a macrocycle with at fewer than nine ring sizes and three or more locations with donors, including all hetero-atoms. Crown ethers and porphyrins are popular examples. Particularly strong affinity for metal ions exhibits macrocyclic ligands.

     

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    • Aromaticity in Heterocyclic Compounds
    • Heterocyclic Supramolecules
    • Heterocyclic Polymethine Dyes
    • Bioactive Heterocycles
    • Synthesis of Heterocycles via Cycloadditions
    • Heterocycles from Carbohydrate Precursors
    • Marine Natural Products
    • QSAR and Molecular Modeling Studies
    • Heterocyclic Antitumor Antibiotics
    • Sulphur containing macrocycles
    • Nitrogen-containing macrocyclic compounds
    • Oxygen-containing macrocyclic compounds

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    Industrial Chemistry

    Industrial chemistry is the practice of turning substance in usable amounts into functional products. This transformation of the materials available into more suitable ones typically involves a certain sort of process after a recette. The method may include grinding, combining different ingredients, dissolving, heating, engaging with ingredients (chemically or biochemically to shape new formulations, refrigerating, evaporating or distilling, rising crystals, filtering etc.

     

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    • Chemical plants development
    • Food microbiology
    • Green water treatment
    • Industrial photo chemistry
    • Industrial water supply
    • Petroleum refining and petrochemicals
    • Pyrolysis
    • Ultrapure water production
    • Waste water treatment
    • Water treatment using different types of nanomaterials

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    Inorganic Chemistry

    Inorganic chemistry is concerned with inorganic compound properties and actions, which involve rocks, minerals, and organometallic compounds. Catalysts, pigments, coatings, surfactants, drugs, oils and more are classified as inorganic substances. They also have high melting points and different characteristics of high or low electrical conductivity which make them useful for specific purposes. If organic chemistry is known as the chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds and their derivatives, inorganic chemistry may be quite broadly represented as the chemistry of noncarbon compounds or as the chemistry of everything else.

     

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    • Bioinorganic chemistry
    • Bioorganometallic chemistry
    • Ceramic chemistry
    • Cluster chemistry
    • Coordination chemistry
    • Materials science
    • Organometallic chemistry

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    Leather Chemistry and Technology

    For many developed countries leather manufacturing has arisen as a significant economic practice. Environmental consciousness has grown tremendously, and environmental conservation has become a major concern in recent years. The leather manufacturing sector is now facing a phase-change owing to global environmental legislation. Leather-making is now a science-based enterprise but nevertheless holds plenty of the initial craft's beauty and mystery. As such, it poses a relentless obstacle for the chemist, who can monitor the consistency of the finished product to a far greater degree by study and knowledge of the basic concepts.

     

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    • Physical Testing of Leather
    • Mechanics of Leather Machines
    • Analytical Chemistry of Leather
    • Footwear and Leather Goods Technology
    • Exotic Leather & By-products Manufacture
    • Principles of Leather Finishing
    • Waste Water Engineering
    • Environmental Science of Tannery Effluent
    • Biotechnology of Leather Manufacture
    • Principles of Pre-Tannage
    • Analytical Chemistry of Post Tanning & Finishing agents
    • latest items from leather
    • footwear technology
    • future of leather industry

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    Ligno-cellulose Chemistry and Technology

    Lignocellulose chemistry has been for the separation, solvolysis, hydrolysis and study of cellulose and lignin from plant material.The analyzes used to evaluate their relative quality are analytical, i.e. the importance of the preparation of the cell wall is determined by the conditions used instead of by a molecular body. Wood is a renewable tool which can be recycled. Wood may be used as a fuel but burning the organic compounds generated by photosynthesis using CO2 and H2O is wasteful. Wood is a lignocellulosic substance composed of cellulose, lignin, hemicellulose, and extractives.

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    Materials science

    The study of materials science is a fairly recent discipline and a rather large one. It involves applications from a variety of scientific disciplines which lead to new materials being developed. Chemists play a major role in materials science as chemistry offers knowledge about the nature and composition of products, as well as the methods for synthesizing and utilizing them. Materials science covers so many various fields and applications that people employed in this area appear to specialize in a kind of methodology or substance

     

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    • Biomaterial
    • Bioplastic
    • Ceramic engineering
    • Crystallography
    • Metallurgy
    • Polymer science and polymer engineering
    • Surface science
    • Tribology

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    Medicinal Chemistry

    Medicinal chemistry is a challenging area as it combines multiple science fields and allows for cooperation in studying and creating new medicines with other scientists. Medicinal chemists extend their expertise in chemistry to the development of modern pharmaceuticals. They also develop the processes by which current pharmaceutics are made. Many chemists, including biologists, toxicologists, pharmacologists, analytical chemists, microbiologists and biopharmacists, work with a team of scientists across various disciplines.

     

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    • Chemical synthesis
    • Chemicals in medicine
    • Drug design
    • Drug discovery
    • Medicinal inorganic chemistry
    • Medicinal radiochemistry
    • Natural products
    • Pharmacokinetics
    • Pharmacology

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    Metallurgy

    Metallurgy is characterized as a method which is used in its purest form to extract metals. Minerals are recognised for the compositions of metals combined with water, calcareous, sand, and rocks. Metals are produced efficiently at low cost and with limited effort. Such minerals are called ores. A material that is applied to the furnace charge to absorb the gangue (impurities) is called flux. Metallurgy is associated with the phase of metal purification and the production of alloys.

     

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    • Archaeometallurgy
    • CALPHAD
    • Carbonyl metallurgy
    • Cupellation
    • Experimental archaeometallurgy
    • Gold phosphine complex
    • Goldbeating
    • Metallurgical failure analysis
    • Mineral industry
    • Pyrometallurgy
    • The kinetics of metallurgical reactions
    • Thermoanalytical methods in metals processing

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    Molecular biology

    Molecular biology is a scientific field of biochemistry, the science of molecular chemistry that is directly related to living systems. The nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) and the proteins that are built using the genetic instructions contained in such molecules are of special interest to molecular biology. Many biomolecules, including carbohydrates and lipids, may also be analyzed for the associations with nucleic acids and proteins they provide. Molecular biology is the science of living organisms at the stage of the molecules that regulate and constitute them. Although mainstream biology has centered on researching entire living species and how they behave inside communities, molecular biology seeks to explain living creatures by analyzing the materials that make them up.

     

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    • Central dogma of molecular biology
    • Genetic code
    • Genome
    • Molecular engineering
    • Molecular microbiology
    • Molecular modeling
    • Protein interaction prediction
    • Proteome
    • Cell biology

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    Nanomaterials

    Work on nanomaterials provides a science-based approach to nanotechnology, using developments in the metrology and synthesis of materials that have been made to promote research on microfabrication. Materials of nanoscale structure also exhibit special optical, electrical, or mechanical properties. Nano-sized objects occur in nature and may be produced from a number of things, such as carbon or minerals such as silver, but by necessity nanomaterials will have at least one dimension smaller than around 100 nanometres. Many nanoscale materials are too small for naked eyes and even traditional lab microscopes to be used. These small-scale materials are also referred to as engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) and can carry on special mechanical, magnetic, electrical, and other properties.

     

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    • Advanced Nano Materials
    • Advanced Energy Materials
    • Advanced Graphene Materials
    • Advanced Magnetic Materials
    • Advanced Polymer Materials
    • Organic Light Emitting Diodes
    • Hydrogen Energy
    • Solar Energy Materials

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    Natural Products, Amino Acids and Peptide Chemistry

    The ability to form peptide bonds to bind amino acids together is more than 100 years old, though the first peptides to be synthesized, including oxytocin and insulin, did not occur for another 50-60 years, demonstrating the difficult task of chemically synthesizing amino acid chains. Over the last 50 years, advances in the chemistry and methods of protein synthesis have developed to the point where peptide synthesis is a common approach in even high-throughput biological research and product and drug development. The benefit of peptide synthesis techniques today is that in addition to being able to create peptides present in biological specimens, ingenuity and innovation can be tapped to generate new peptides to maximize a desired biological response or other result. This page highlights the important aspects of peptide synthesis, the most popular synthesis and purification methods, as well as the strengths and shortcomings of the strategies involved.

     

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    • Biosynthetic Mechanisms
    • Prostaglandins and Steriods
    • Alkaloids and Terpenes
    • Synthesis of Amino Acids
    • Peptides & Proteins
    • The Primary Structure of DNA
    • The Secondary & Tertiary Structures of DNA
    • RNA and Protein Synthesis
    • Isolation and Structural elucidation of Natural Products            
    • α-Amino Acids    
    • Reactions of Amino Acids    
    • Synthesis of Amino Acids    
    • Peptides & Proteins    
    • The Primary Structure of Peptides    
    • Secondary & Tertiary Structure of Large Peptides and Proteins    
    • Peptide Synthesis

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    Neurochemistry

    Neurochemistry is the analysis of the identities, structures and functions of compounds (neurochemicals) produced by the nervous system and modulized by it. Neurochemicals include oxytocin, serotonin, dopamine and other compounds controlling neurotransmitters, and neurotransmitters. Neurochemistry is a pure branch of organic chemistry, which in effect, in the wider sense, is part of chemistry. For recognizing certain neurological and cognitive conditions such as epilepsy and acute encephalopathy, a clear awareness of neurochemistry and the naming scheme of the specific components is useful.

     

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    • Molecular neuroscience
    • Neuroendocrinology
    • Neurogenesis
    • Neuroimmunology
    • Neuromodulation
    • Neuropharmacology
    • Neuroplasticity or synaptic plasticity
    • Signal transduction

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    Organometallic and Organometalloid Chemistry

    Every member of a class of substances that includes at least one metal-to-carbon bond in which the carbon is part of an organic group. Organometallic compounds comprise a very broad community of substances which have played a major role in the history of the chemistry research. They are commonly used as catalysts (substances which increase the rate of reactions without being consumed by themselves) and as intermediates in the laboratory and in industry. The class includes compounds such as ferrocene, a surprisingly stable compound which sandwiches an iron atom between two rings of hydrocarbons.

     

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    • Organometallics in Process Chemistry
    • Organometallics for Green Catalysis
    • Organometallic Magnets
    • Chiral Lewis Acids
    • Rhodium Catalysis
    • Nitrogen Fixation
    • Carbon Dioxide and Organometallics
    • Homo- and Heterobimetallic Complexes in Catalysis
    • Organometallic Flow Chemistry
    • Synthesis and Application of Organoboron Compounds
    • Organometallic Fluorine Chemistry
    • Organo-di-Metallic Compounds (or Reagents)
    • Ruthenium in Catalysis
    • Hydrofunctionalization

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    Packaging and Packing Materials

    One of the most important packaging features. Packaged products can require mechanical shocks, friction, stress, temperature, electrical discharge, fogging, etc. protection. The packaging must provide sufficient protection against different chemical agents, such as oxygen or water vapour. Diverse types of desiccants are used for this purpose. High-quality packaging which can be reused and recycled several times is an immense environmental advantage. The containment and logistics consists of preparing assortment sets, particularly delivery pieces, which facilitate their transportation and storage. It also requires the optimisation of the load power of various means of transport. The packaging may contain information about the use of a product, how it is transported, how the packaging or product contained therein is recycled and used. Marketing means using the packaging and branding to persuade potential buyers to purchase a product.

     

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    • Packaging for Nonthermal Food Processing
    • Hygienic plant design
    • Chilled foods packaging
    • Biodegradable Polymer Nanobiocomposite Packaging Materials
    • Hazard control by segregation in food factories
    • Packaging materials for non-thermal processing of food and beverages

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    Pesticides

    Pesticides are chemicals which kill pests and are classified by the types of pests which they kill. Insecticides, for example, destroy flies, herbicides destroy plants, bactericides kill microbes, fungicides kill fungi and algae kill algae. A worker sprays pesticides on ferns to eliminate insects and other pests. A worker sprays pesticides on ferns to remove insects and other pests. Around 90 per cent of the pesticides employed globally are used in cultivation, food production, or transportation. There is demand to raise and maintain food production by the usage of pesticides and other farm chemicals, leading to an increasing world population.

     

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    • Fungicides
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides
    • Miticides
    • Fumigants
    • Defoliants and desiccants
    • Rodenticides

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    Petrochemistry

    Petrochemistry is a field of chemistry which studies the transformation of petroleum and natural gas into useful chemicals products and raw materials. For the national and global economies, the industrial market, which is focused on mineral oils and natural gases, is of significant significance. For a broad variety of essential chemicals, which are eventually refined into fibers, pharmaceuticals, dyes, surfactants, solvents, oils, among many others, biologically use the above natural products as raw materials. Main ingredients of these sources of fossil raw material are particularly aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, processed in petrochemical plants.

     

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    • Advanced oil and gas technologies
    • Drilling and well operation technology
    • Environmental hazards of petroleum
    • Hydraulic fracturing
    • Oil refining
    • Petroleum engineering and its industrial application
    • Petroleum geology and geo-physical exploration
    • Process engineering and petro chemistry
    • Reservoir simulation and reservoir engineering 
    • Storage and energy conversion

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    Photo-Chemistry and Clean Energy

    For all photobiology, photochemistry is the underlying mechanism. When a molecule absorbs a photon of light, it changes its electronic structure, and reacts differently to other molecules. The energy absorbed from light can lead to photochemical changes in the absorbing molecule, or in an adjacent molecule (e.g., photosensitizing). The energy can also be discharged as heat or as lower energy light, i.e. fluorescence or phosphorescence, to return the molecule to its ground condition.

    The use of clean, renewable energy is one of the most important steps you can take to reduce the environmental impact. Electricity generation is our # 1 source of greenhouse gases, more than all our combined driving and flying, and clean energy also reduces harmful smog, toxic accumulations in our air and water, and the impacts of coal mining and gas extraction. But it will take time to replace our fossil-fuel infrastructure – and solid, consistent funding from both state and federal initiatives to develop renewable energy generation and consumer and business demand for clean energy.

     

    Sub-Tracks

    • Electronic photo-excited states
    • Energy transfer science and technologies
    • Photocatalysis
    • Photochemical organic synthesis
    • Photochemistry
    • Photoinduced electron transfer
    • Selective photo-oxidation
    • Selective photo-reduction
    • Semiconductor photocatalysis

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    Physical chemistry

    Physical chemistry is one of the mainstream chemistry sub-disciplines which involves the application of physics principles which hypotheses to the study of the chemical properties and reactive actions of materials. But it is still distinguished from nuclear mechanics at the intersection between physics and chemistry. Chemistry as a physical science is special in the challenging of molecular frameworks and their development. This illuminates and monitors molecular structures by constructing and creating tools for researching atomic and molecular behavior.

     

    Sub-Tracks

    • Biophysical chemistry
    • Chemical kinetics
    • Electrochemistry
    • Materials science
    • Micromeritics
    • Photochemistry
    • Physical organic chemistry
    • Quantum chemistry
    • Solid-state chemistry
    • Spectroscopy
    • Surface chemistry
    • Thermochemistry

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    Polymer Chemistry and Technology

    Polymer, any form of natural or manufactured compounds made up of very large molecules, or macromolecules, which are multiples of smaller chemical units or monomers.  Polymers make up much of the components present in living organisms, including enzymes, cellulose, and nucleic acids for example. In addition, they form the base of minerals such as stone, granite, and feldspar, and products such as concrete, steel, paper, plastics, and rubber. Polymer chemistry is great at creating a broad variety of polymeric products suited to a large range of applications.

     

    Sub-Tracks

    • Advanced Polymer Characterization
    • Biopolymers
    • Polymer Engineering and Technology
    • Supramolecular Polymers
    • Bioplastics
    • Polymer Blends
    • Biodegradable Polymers
    • Polymers and Microfluidics
    • Functional Polymer and its Applications
    • Nanopolymers and Nanotechnology
    • Polymer Electronics and Optics
    • Applications of Polymers

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    Radiochemistry

    Radiochemistry is the chemistry of radioactive materials where radioactive agent isotopes are used to research the properties and chemical processes of non-radioactive isotopes (the absence of radioactivity also results in a sample being identified as inactive as the isotopes are stable). A great deal of radiochemistry is about utilizing radioactivity to research ordinary chemical reactions. This is quite different from radiation chemistry, where the levels of radiation are kept too low to influence the chemical.

     

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    • Detection and measurement of radioactivity
    • Environmental radioactivity
    • Interaction of radiation with matter
    • Isotopes
    • Nuclear reactions
    • Radioactive decay
    • Radiochemotherapy
    • Radiochromatography
    • Radiochronology

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    Waste Recycling and Management

    Waste management or disposal is all the activities and actions required from its inception until its final disposal to manage the waste. This covers among other issues, waste generation, storage, care and recycling along with control and enforcement. It also contains the legislative and administrative system pertaining to waste management including recycling guidelines etc.

     

    Sub-Tracks

    • Recycling - Application & Technology
    • Cementitious Binders Incorporating Residues
    • Industrial By-products
    • Recovery of Metals from Different Secondary Resources (Waste)
    • Recycling of Carbon Fibers
    • Recycling of Construction and Demolition Wastes
    • Recycling of Packaging
    • Separation of Large Municipal Solid Waste
    • Recovery of Construction and Demolition Wastes
    • Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Management
    • Developments in Collection of Municipal Solid Waste
    • Recycling in Waste Management Policy

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    Organic Chemistry

    Organic chemistry is the empirical analysis of the arrangement, characteristics, composition, reactions, and synthesis of organic compounds that by nature include carbon. It is a particular discipline within the field of chemistry. Organic compounds are molecules consisting of carbon and hydrogen, which can comprise some variety of other components. Most organic compounds include nitrogen, oxygen, halogens, and very occasionally phosphorus or sulphur. Recent developments in organic chemistry include chiral synthesis, renewable chemistry, microwave chemistry and fullerene chemistry.

     

    Sub-Tracks

    • Synthetic Methods
    • Mechanisms of Organic Reactions
    • Synthesis of Complex Molecules
    • Structure and Properties of Organic Molecules
    • Bioorganic and Natural Products Chemistry
    • Applied Spectroscopy

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    Scope & Importance

    Global Market

    Global chemical production (excluding pharmaceuticals) is expected to grow by 1.2 per cent in 2020 much more slowly than in 2019. We predict a slight decline in advanced economies (2020: –0.8%, 2019: –0.9%) and growth below the previous year's level in emerging markets (2020: + 2.4%, 2019: + 3.5%). In China, the world's largest chemical industry, we expect a slightly lower growth rate (2020: + 3.0 per cent, 2019: + 4.7 per cent). Decreased final demand and development stoppages in the consumer industries are likely to have a major negative effect on China's chemical output. We do not anticipate the decrease in demand triggered by the coronavirus epidemic to be completely recovered over the course of the year. Here, we hope that the trading dispute with the United States will not intensify again. 

    For the E.U., we are again expecting a decrease in chemical production. Due to the sharp drop in chemical production in the second half of 2019, the year-end production levels were below the annual average. It is unlikely that the recovery we are forecasting over the course of the year will be strong enough to achieve full-year growth.

    We are anticipating a sustained mild decrease in chemical production in the United States. Growth in the customer industries is likely to remain weak overall despite the slight recovery that we expect in agriculture and the expected stabilization of the construction industry, which should support demand for chemicals.

    In Japan, we are predicting a further downturn in the chemical industry in the middle of a sluggish domestic economy and a worsening regional climate. Following a downturn in the previous year, we expect the demand for chemicals to recover in South America, guided mainly by a minor upturn in the Brazilian industry.

     

    Overall outlook of chemical production during 2020 (excluding pharmaceuticals)

    True shift compared with previous year

     

    Overall outlook of chemical production during 2020–2022 (excluding pharmaceuticals)

    True shift compared with previous year

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