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Lutz F Tietze, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Lutz F Tietze, Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany

The efficient synthesis of natural products, drugs, agrochemicals and materials is a very important aspect in academia and industry. To allow an ecologically and economically favourable approach in a green fashion the former stepwise procedures must be replaced by domino reaction [....] » Read More

Giang Vo Thanh, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Giang Vo Thanh, University Paris Saclay, France

The development of new and more efficient catalytic systems is the subject of increasing attention from both academic and industrial research. Moreover, biomass is an endless supply of hydrocarbon materials that can be used as renewable raw materials for the development of new or [....] » Read More

Moti Herskowitz, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Moti Herskowitz, Ben Gurion University at Negev, Israel

Fungible liquid fuels and chemicals produced from renewable and alternative feedstocks are essential components of the future transportation and commodities outlook. The abundant and low-cost raw materials are carbon dioxide (GHG) as carbon source and water as hydrogen source. Fa [....] » Read More

Donglu Shi, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Donglu Shi, University of Cincinnati, United States

In nature, most of the metallic conducting materials are known to be transparent, and photo-activated to create heat, therefore acting as a photon-to-heat converter. The photothermal effect has been extensively studied for gold and other metallic materials and attributed the ener [....] » Read More

Roozbeh Valadian, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Roozbeh Valadian, Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science, Netherlands

Catalyst deactivation is one of the major problems in heterogeneous catalysis. Solid catalysts can be deactivated both reversibly and irreversibly by a reduction of accessibility or by destruction/deactivation of the catalyst’s active sites. An example for (typically) rever [....] » Read More

Ye Huang, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ye Huang, Ulster University, United Kingdom

Direct coal liquefaction (DCL) is the conversion of coal in which coal is transformed into liquid hydrocarbon-based fuels through chemical reactions at elevated pressures and temperatures without being gasified to form syngas. The main objective of this paper is to carry out a co [....] » Read More

Janusz Stafiej, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Janusz Stafiej, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Poland

A review of my and my collaborators’ work on corroding and passivating systems is presented. We focus on the autocatalytic mechanism in the pitting corrosion that leads to a peculiar scenario of corrosion processes in a corroding cavity initiated by a single punctual damage [....] » Read More

Tadayuki Imanaka, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Tadayuki Imanaka, Ritsumeikan University, Japan

Here we show that petroleum can be formed efficiently at normal temperatures and pressures from carbon dioxide and activated water. The CO2 nano-bubble containing water was treated with photocatalyst in the presence of oxygen under UV irradiation. The activated water was mixed vi [....] » Read More

Joana Filomena Campos, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Joana Filomena Campos, Université d’Orléans, France

The search for alternatives with less environmental impact and the study focused on the selection of solvents used in the chemical laboratories has been increasing in recent years. There are already several articles that have been reporting bio-based solvents as effective alterna [....] » Read More

Samy Ponnusamy, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Samy Ponnusamy, MilliporeSigma, United States

MilliporeSigma created a unique web-based greener alternative scoring matrix, also known as DOZN™- A Quantitative Green Chemistry Evaluator based on the 12 principles of green chemistry. The 12 principles of green chemistry provide a framework for learning about green chemi [....] » Read More

Sophie Cassaignon, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sophie Cassaignon, Sorbonne University, France

Emergence of nanotechnology increasingly shows examples of the material potentiality which has, at least one dimension less than 100 nm. The preparation of nano-objects by soft chemistry in aqueous solution with crystal structure, size and morphology perfectly controlled is based [....] » Read More

Caixia Qi, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Caixia Qi, Yantai University, China

In this work we prepared nanometer copper oxide and cuprous oxide with different morphologies followed by the deposition of Au nanoparticles. The reaction of CO oxidation in both hydrogen-rich and oxygen-rich streams was investigated over as-prepared CuO/Cu2O materials and the co [....] » Read More

Rudolf Wessels, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Rudolf Wessels, Avantium Chemicals, Netherlands

The abundance of shale gas has increased the interest in methane valorization via catalytic conversion. Methane can be used as a feedstock to produce valuable chemicals, mostly by first producing syngas via reforming, followed by one or more catalytic conversion steps. Well-known [....] » Read More

Yumiko Nakajima, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Yumiko Nakajima, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

Iron complexes with low toxicity and high terrestrial abundance have recently drawn increasing attention as a new class of catalyst precursors in an attempt to develop environmentally benign and sustainable methods for organic synthesis. Intensive studies on Fe complexes have bee [....] » Read More

S V Prabhakar Vattikuti, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
S V Prabhakar Vattikuti, Yeungnam University, Korea, Republic of

Modern advancement in design of the efficient visible driven photocatalyst for solar-to-hydrogen generation has been expanded much consideration due to fossil fuels crisis, which convert and store solar energy into chemical fuels. In view point of economic and large-scale applica [....] » Read More

Ziyi Zhong, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ziyi Zhong, Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology, China

About 30% of the total production in the chemical industry and many emissions control catalytic reactions use catalytic oxidation processes/technologies. In these oxidation reactions, employing molecular oxygen (O2 ) as the oxidant is the most environmentally benign approach, in [....] » Read More

Jurek Krzystek, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Jurek Krzystek, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, United States

High-Frequency and -Field Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (HFEPR) and Far-Infrared Magnetic Spectroscopy (FIRMS) are relatively new versions of electron spin resonance, the former being performed in magnetic field domain; the latter – in frequency domain. Both are particula [....] » Read More

Hoda A El Ghamry, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hoda A El Ghamry, Umm Al-Qura University, Saudi Arabia

Hydroxyl functionalized Cu(II) Schiff base named N,N-bis(4 hydroxysalicylidene)-4-H-1,2,4-triazole-3,5- diamine-diaminedicopper (II) has been synthesized. Analysis of the obtained net complex supported the formation the compound in the molar ratio 1:2 [L:M] and it has the structu [....] » Read More

Angelo Vaccari, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Angelo Vaccari, Università di Bologna, Italy

H2 is a key raw material in chemical and petrochemical industries, with further increasing interest as promising energy vector. The water gas shift (WGS) reaction is an industrially relevant reaction, which takes place in large scale plants and represents a key upgrading step all [....] » Read More

Abel E Navarro, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Abel E Navarro, Borough of Manhattan Community College, United States

The adsorption of bovine serum albumin (BSA) and human hemoglobin (Hb) on naturally-occurring adsorbents was studied to evaluate the potential recovery of proteins from meat industry residues. Spent peppermint tea (PM), powdered purple corn cob (PC), natural clay (NC) and chemica [....] » Read More

Zeni Rahmawati, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Zeni Rahmawati, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Conversion of basic oleo chemicals to fatty alcohols is a very important transformation as fatty alcohols are widely used in fragrances, detergents, emulsifiers, lubricants, health supplements and pharmaceuticals. In addition, fatty alcohol from petrochemicals is facing several c [....] » Read More

Shoichiro ozaki, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shoichiro ozaki, The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research 2-1 Hirosawa, Japan

I n order to study the reason why global warming is happening. Amounts of CO2 emission, CO2 concentration NOx emission, grain production, fish production , population and CO2 fix from 1900 to 2016 were studied. Since the industrial revolution, burning of fossil and production of [....] » Read More

Evgeniya N Vlasova, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Evgeniya N Vlasova, Sorbonne Université, France

The sulfided Co(Ni)Mo/Al2 O3 catalysts are widely used in the refineries for hydrotreating process of petroleum distillates. To improve the catalytic activity of the sulfide catalysts in hydrodesulfurization (HDS) reaction different approaches are used. Addition of ethylene glyco [....] » Read More

Sabine Wrabetz, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sabine Wrabetz, Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck, Germany

For a detailed understanding of complex reaction networks we need thermodynamic data of high accuracy and information about the nature of the catalyst surface during reaction. Therefore, we quantitatively study the adsorption, activation, and reaction phenomena close to the react [....] » Read More

Sang Uck Lee, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sang Uck Lee, Hanyang University, Korea, Republic of

We shed light on the longstanding controversial issues on the iodine reduction reaction (IRR) mechanism using a new proposed methodology called “One Probe and Non-Equilibrium Green’s Function Surface (OPNS)”. The OPNS approach completely alleviates the limitatio [....] » Read More

Endre Nagy, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Endre Nagy, University of Pannonia, Hungary

The substrate transport accompanied by biochemical reaction has some special transport and operational properties, which can strongly affect the reaction efficiency of a bio-catalytic process. The biocatalyst is mostly immobilized in a porous, relatively thick support layer in an [....] » Read More

Feng Han, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Feng Han, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore

Heterostructural photocatalysts with rationally aligned energy bands have been proved effective in diminishing the recombination of photo-induced excitons, thus leading to enhanced photocatalytic performance. Besides the enhanced photocatalytic performance with these heterostruct [....] » Read More

Gordon Yu, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Gordon Yu, Taiwan Hsinchu Green Industry Association, Taiwan

E-waste is now the fastest-growing waste stream in the world. It is estimated this waste stream reached 48.5 million tons in 2018. This figure is expected to almost triple if nothing changes. Yet e-waste is worth at least US$62.5 billion annually, which is more than the GDP of mo [....] » Read More

Yunquan Liu, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Yunquan Liu, Xiamen University, China

In the present study, nanoflakes (NF) of CeO2 -NF and Cux Ce1-xO2 -NF (x = 0.1, 0.2, 0.3 and 0.4) were prepared with the polyvinylpyrrolidone(PVP)-assisted co-precipitation method. The prepared samples were first characterized with FE-SEM, HR-TEM, XRD, N2 adsorption, O2 -TPD, H2 [....] » Read More

Sesha Talpa Sai, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sesha Talpa Sai, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India

The single pellet studies for two different catalytic converters were simulated using MATLAB and the effects of perturbation of various parameters was carried out to increase the performance of the converter. The effect of various parameters of the converter system such as flow r [....] » Read More

Lali Gurchumelia, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Lali Gurchumelia, TSU Rafael Agladze Institute of Inorganic Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Georgia

The aim of the presented investigation is the fabrication of new types, environmentally-safe fire-protective covers on the basis of halogen-free, highly efficient composite fire-extinguishing powders of local mineral raw materials. The technology for production of these materials [....] » Read More

Nicolas Abatzoglou, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Poster Presentation
Nicolas Abatzoglou, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

A novel autothermic pyrolysis process followed by a hybrid mobile-fluidized bed catalytic reactor is used to produce carbon nanofilaments (CNF) from waste plastic streams. The autothermic pyrolysis unit produces a gaseous stream rich in aromatic compounds which are precursors of [....] » Read More

Leszek Moscicki, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Leszek Moscicki, Lublin University of Life Sciences, Poland

The global polymer and plastic material production increased substantially in the last decade reaching in 2016 the staggering amount of about 500 million metric tons. China is the largest producers with around 25% of the global production and 20% by NASFTA countries (USA, Canada, [....] » Read More

Victor Kogan, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Victor Kogan, Russian Academy of sciences, Russian Federation

Recently suggested concept on the dynamic nature of active sites (AS) of the catalysts (Dynamic Model - DM) based on transition metal sulphides bases a hypothesis, that AS formed and functioning under the reaction conditions can oscillate between layers of promoted molybdenum sul [....] » Read More

Helaja Tuulamari, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Helaja Tuulamari, Vice President at VTT, Finland

Chemistry has been the driving force behind progress for centuries - resulting in our lives becoming easier, more comfortable and healthier. These improvements however came at an environmental cost, which is associated with the way we have been using our resources and sourcing ou [....] » Read More

Jian Xie, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Jian Xie, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, United States

Two of the major challenges for development of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) systems, especially for automotive applications, are cost and durability of the precious metal group (PGM) based cathode electrocatalysts. We have been addressed these issues by improvin [....] » Read More

Rebecca Gibson, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Rebecca Gibson, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

During the production of catalysts there are many energy-intensive thermal processing steps, and these can be critical to both the performance of the final product and the economics of the manufacturing process. To design efficient, specialised calcination and drying processes fo [....] » Read More

Adam Smolinski, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Adam Smolinski, Central Mining Institute, Poland

I ncreasing energy demand, limited resources of fossil fuels and environmental aspects are the main rationales behind the research efforts aiming at wider utilization of biowaste (e.g. sewage sludge) in energy generation systems. Gasification as an alternative to combustion offer [....] » Read More

Angelo Vaccari, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Angelo Vaccari, Università di Bologna, Italy

The steam reforming (SR) of natural gas plays a key role in the production of syngas (CO + H2 ) and hydrogen, widely used to produce chemicals, fuels or energy. However, the depletion of fossil fuels together with the environmental drawbacks associated to their utilization, have [....] » Read More

Alberto V Puga, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Alberto V Puga, Instituto de Tecnología Química, Spain

Hydrogen, a key chemical for manufacturing processes, and a clean source of energy for fuel cells, is mainly produced from fossil gas and oil, a fact which calls for alternative routes. Biomass-derived feedstocks offer a distinct possibility for this technological challenge. Howe [....] » Read More

Toshihiro Takashima, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Toshihiro Takashima, University of Yamanashi, Japan

The oxygen evolution reaction (OER, 2H2 O → O2 + 4H+ + 4e- ) has received considerable attention in recent years as a promising method for utilizing water as a sustainable electron source. By coupling the OER with a reduction half-reaction such as hydrogen evolution (2H+ + 2 [....] » Read More

Vladimir Z Mordkovich, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Vladimir Z Mordkovich, TISNCM, Russian Federation

The Fischer–Tropsch synthesis (FTS), which is important for energy and alternative fuels, is a strongly exothermic and temperature sensitive process. Therefore, the use of a catalyst with low thermal conductivity may lead to rapid deactivation. It means that efficient heat [....] » Read More

Tim Wissink, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Tim Wissink, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands

Transitioning from fossil fuels to sustainable and green energy sources in mobile applications is a difficult challenge and demands sustained and highly multidisciplinary efforts in R&D. Liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC) offer several advantages over more conventional e [....] » Read More

Ilkka Hiltunen, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ilkka Hiltunen, VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland

One of the major global energy challenges is the need for decarbonizing transportation, which will require new sustainable alternatives to replace fossil-based fuels in all transport sectors. While electric vehicles may become the key solution for light-duty transport, there is s [....] » Read More

Vijay Sandeep Jakkula, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Vijay Sandeep Jakkula, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), India

Some of the most important applications of zeolites are in water treatment (wastewater and drinking water), agriculture, and metal immobilization in soils. Based on cost effectiveness, four main areas where zeolites are finding application as ion-exchangers are: in detergents; in [....] » Read More

Shoshi Inooka, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shoshi Inooka, President of Japan Association of Science Specialists, Japan

DNA crown cells are artificial cells in which the outside of the cells are covered with DNA; this class of cells is selfreplicating. Full application of DNA crown cells will require the development of techniques that are simple and scalable. To date, methods to obtain artificial [....] » Read More

Muhammad Sharif, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Muhammad Sharif, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

The development of sustainable processes for chemical synthesis, energy and petrochemical technologies is one of the major challenges and noteworthy task for 21sr century. Notably, catalysis is a key technology for achieving more sustainable processes in the chemical, pharmaceuti [....] » Read More

Chuanbao Cao, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Chuanbao Cao, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

Water splitting provides an appealing pathway for clean and sustainable energy conversion and storage. Therefore, development of a noble metal-free, efficient and robust electrocatalyst oxygen evolution reaction (OER) is still a great challenge. Herein, we introduced to synthesiz [....] » Read More

Hannachi Abdelhakim, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hannachi Abdelhakim, University of Skikda, Algeria

The results obtained are related to the fertilizer and the environment, and the cultivation of some cultivated species to give better results. The results of the trials on hydroponic pea, bean and tomato crops at the time of germination and growth for electrical conductivity show [....] » Read More

Janusz Stafiej, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Poster Presentation
Janusz Stafiej, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Poland

Passivating systems display potential or electric current oscillations in galvanostatic or potentiastic control, respectively. Their occurrence is related to the negative differential resisitivity observed on the potenial vs electric current dependence commonly called polarizatio [....] » Read More

Pavol Tisovsky, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Pavol Tisovsky, Comenius University, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

Arylizatin hydrazones in the presence of basic ions (F-, CH3 COO- ) provide the corresponding anions by the NH group hydrogen cleavage located on the hydrazone moiety. The charge delocalization in the anion molecule is reflected in the UV-VIS spectra by the formation of a new, in [....] » Read More

Tamar Tatrishvili, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Tamar Tatrishvili, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Energy conversion and energy storage are becoming more and more important in today’s society due to the increased demand for stationary and mobile power. In particular, electrochemical energy conversion and storage devices using battery technologies have recently attracted [....] » Read More

Capucine Sassoye, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Capucine Sassoye, Sorbonne Université, France

Effective catalysts that could assess multiple environmental issues are nowadays needed, in a context of growing societal awareness and newly appeared environmental legislations. Challenges for these catalysts are numerous: Their production has to be as green as possible, fast an [....] » Read More

Lasha Tkemaladze, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Lasha Tkemaladze, G.Tsulukidze Mining Institute, Georgia

The aim of the presented investigation is the fabrication of new types, environmentally-safe fire-protective covers on the basis of halogen-free, highly efficient composite fire-extinguishing powders of local mineral raw materials. The technology for production of these materials [....] » Read More

Juan Jose Lozada Castro, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Juan Jose Lozada Castro, Universidad de Nariño, Colombia

One of the problems that currently occur is the pollution caused by domestic wastewater, as a consequence of the growing world population; this problem affects human health and the environment. For this reason, it is necessary to develop innovative, effective and economic techniq [....] » Read More

Komal Kumar, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Poster Presentation
Komal Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

In this study a two stage process were established for the synthesis of HMF esters using ionic liquid acid catalyst. Ionic liquid catalyst with different strength of the Bronsted acidity was synthesized in laboratory and characterized using 1 H NMR, FT-IR and 13C NMR spectroscopy [....] » Read More

Vinay Kumar Srivastava, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Vinay Kumar Srivastava, Department Of Chemistry D.S College, India

The Chemistry of compounds containing Transition metals bound to sulfur containing ligands has been actively studied. Interest in these compounds arises from the identification of the biological importance of Iron-sulfur containing proteins as well as the unusual behaviour of sev [....] » Read More

Eliza Markarashvili, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Poster Presentation
Eliza Markarashvili, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Polymer electrolytes (PE) play an important role in electrochemical devices such as batteries and fuel cells. To achieve optimal performance, the PE must maintain a high ionic conductivity and mechanical stability at both high and low relative humidity. The polymer electrolyte al [....] » Read More

Kamolwich Income, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Kamolwich Income, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

The platinum/carbon black-nickel-reduced graphene oxide (Pt/CB-Ni-rGO) nanocomposites were prepared by reduction method. Graphene oxide (GO) support was synthesized from natural graphite powder using a modified Hummer’s method. Then, nickel ions were reacted with surface fu [....] » Read More

Yong Siang Su, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Poster Presentation
Yong Siang Su, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

Based on the ligand scaffold of an imidazolyl/benziimidazolyl moiety and an N-CH2 C(=O)NHPh amide substituent, we prepared two novel series of ligand precursors with an ortho hydroxy group incorporated on the N-phenyl ring. We demonstrated that the structural fine tuning of the l [....] » Read More

Nisar Ullah, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Nisar Ullah, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Materials, Saudi Arabia

An enantioselective [4 + 2]-annulation process between cyano-activated oxadienes and allenones is developed. An L-valine-derived phosphine was efficient in catalyzing the reaction, and a wide range of highly functionalized dihydropyrans were prepared in high yields and with excel [....] » Read More

Benjawan Ninwong, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Benjawan Ninwong, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

In this research work, carbon nanodots were developed for determination of mercury ions. CDs were performed according to a simple one-step by microwave method. In the synthesis of CDs, citric acid was added in ultrapure water followed by ethylenediamine for produced nitrogen dope [....] » Read More

Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Poster Presentation
Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

The catalytic and optical properties of nobel-metal nanoparticles can be tuned by controlling the shape and dimensions. Multicomponent nanomaterials consisting of two or more than two noble metals can enhance these properties not only due to the presence of more than one domain b [....] » Read More

Vdovenkova , Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Vdovenkova , Saint-Leonard, Quebec, , Canada

Observed at the beginning of sleep, deep sleep nonREM stages are different in frequency and amplitude of brain waves. This difference is caused by thalamus, which passes to cortex perception states action potentials (a. p.), but generates its own σ a. p. of encoding states [....] » Read More

Glikina M Iryna, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Glikina M Iryna, Volodymyr Dahl East-Ukrainian National University, Ukraine

Currently, the success of the chemical industry is associated with the use of heterogeneous catalysis on carriers. It is also called traditional catalysis. The majority of modern scientific works in the field of catalysis include: • The search for catalytically active sub [....] » Read More

Sergio Huerta Ochoa, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Sergio Huerta Ochoa, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Campus Iztapalapa, Mexico

Naringenin is a polyphenolic molecule considered within the subgroup of flavanones that in addition to the important antioxidant activity, several beneficial effects on health have been attributed to this molecule. Flavonoids are natural phenolic compounds that exert several biol [....] » Read More

Michael G Kallitsakis, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Michael G Kallitsakis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

1,4-dihydropyridines (1,4-DHPs) represent one of the most important class of N-containing heterocyclic compounds, used as L-type calcium channel blockers in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Therefore, useful synthetic strategies for 1,4-dihydropyridines have been develop [....] » Read More

Olga V Artamonova, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Olga V Artamonova, Voronezh state technical university, Russian Federation

Formation of nanoscale particles (NSP) with controlled properties complicated insufficient study of the processes of nucleation and growth of particles of different chemical nature, their structuring at separate stages of formation. Disclosure of the process of formation of a sol [....] » Read More

Yury S Nechaev, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Yury S Nechaev, Bardin Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy, Russian Federation

Experimental evidences and thermodynamics of the self-intercalation of high-density gaseous molecular hydrogen (ρH2 ≈ 0.045 g/cm3 , at 300 K) into surface nanoclusters in highly oriented pyrolytic graphite and epitaxial graphene, as well as the self-intercalation of hig [....] » Read More

Mrharrab Lamiae, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Mrharrab Lamiae, Ibn Zohr University, Morocco

Since their discovery in 1920 until the mid-1940s, the ferroelectrics constituted a class of materials fragile and difficult to exploit. This has radically changed with the discovery of ferroelectric simple oxides; the synthesis of these new materials, mainly in the form of ceram [....] » Read More

Chukhajian Emma, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Chukhajian Emma, The Scientific Technological Centre of Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry of National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, Armenia

Base catalyzed intramolecular cyclization, discovered by acad. A.T. Babayan, prof. E. O. Chukhajian with coauthors, is a absolutly new direction in organic and fine organic chemistry and includes excellent possibilities for the synthesis of di-, tri- and tetracyclic condensed iso [....] » Read More

Melika Ghaeini, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Melika Ghaeini, Guilan University, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Nowadays emission of harmful and dangerous substances which is released from various chemical industries is a major concern. Dichlorophenol (DCP), which is commonly used as herbicide, biocide and wood preservative are extremely dangerous pollutants due to its high toxicity toward [....] » Read More

Alwan Nsaif Jasim, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Alwan Nsaif Jasim, Iraqi Ministry of Industry and Minerals, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Nano fluid of lubricating oil for internal combustion engines was prepared by adding TiO2 sol as a source for Nano TiO2 particles. TiO2 sol was prepared via sol-gel route. The Nano sol was found to improve thermal conductivity, heat transfer and other physical properties of lubri [....] » Read More

Chembarisov E I, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Chembarisov E I, Scientific Research Institute of Irrigation and Water Problems, Uzbekistan

The article describes the hydrochemical condition of the transboundary rives in Central Asia. Cause of water pollution is increasing human pressure on surface water re-sources from population growth, increased economic activity and increasing intake of users, low level operation [....] » Read More

Suleiman Bifari, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
E Poster Presentation
Suleiman Bifari, Jubail Industrial College, Saudi Arabia

Industrial pollution is an area of growing concern to legislators and the scientific community alike. In particular, organic pollutants present a real threat to human and wild-life, especially if they enter the food-chain. In the last two decades, there has been increasing intere [....] » Read More

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