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2nd Edition of

Chemistry World Conference

June 13-14, 2022 | Rome, Italy

Chemistry 2021

Alexander Bagaturyants, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Alexander Bagaturyants, Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation

Multiscale atomistic simulation methods are applied to studying excited molecules in organic materials and their interaction with neighboring molecules. The formation of exciplexes at the interface between layers of organic molecules in multilayer structures, typical for organic [....] » Read More

Fathi Habashi, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Fathi Habashi, Laval University, Canada

Metallurgical Chemistry gives a brief history of the development of metal extraction technology, then discusses the metal and mineral industries, and physical and physicochemical methods of enriching ores. Various methods of recovering metals from ore: hydrometal­lurgy, pyrom [....] » Read More

Victor John Law, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Victor John Law, University College Dublin, Ireland

During the two influenza pandemic’s of this century (caused by H1N1 and SARS-Cov-2), experimental microwave generated steam (MGS), has shown potential, for decontamination of respirators and surgical masks. Recent review articles of the decontamination of single-use face re [....] » Read More

Osman Adiguzel, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Osman Adiguzel, Firat University, Turkey

Shape memory effect is a peculiar property exhibited by a certain alloy systems in the β-phase fields, and result of thermal and mechanical processes. These alloys have dual characteristics called thermoelasticity and superelasticity, governed by successive thermal and stres [....] » Read More

Klemen Bohinc, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Klemen Bohinc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Interactions in electrolyte solutions are of fundamental importance in many chemical and biological systems.  These interactions can be altered by the presence of charged molecules/ions, which possess spatially distributed charge. In this presentation, I will consider the in [....] » Read More

Svetlana V. Kochemirovskaia, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Svetlana V. Kochemirovskaia, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation

The development of an algorithm for automating the process of measuring the magnetic properties of macroscopic objects in motion is an important problem in various industries, especially in ferrous metallurgy, and in the factories where ferrous scrap is a strategic raw material. [....] » Read More

Kseniia O. Ershova, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Kseniia O. Ershova, Nanotechnology Research and Education Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation

Forensic technical examination of documents is in demand to combat the falsification of a document by participants in judicial disputes. Determining the actual date when a certain inscription appeared on a piece of paper is one of the most important and difficult forensic tasks. [....] » Read More

Marita Pigłowska, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Marita Pigłowska, Poznan University of Technology, Poland

Personal electronic devices, electric cars, computers, and emergency power systems all require energy storage. Modern science offers quite a lot of them (electrochemical cells, hydroelectric power stations or thermal stores, flywheels, etc.), but there is still work to improve th [....] » Read More

Ayse Sap, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Ayse Sap, Firat University, Turkey

Curcumin and its derivatives named curcuminoids are a naturally occurring polyphenolic compounds extensively marketed as a nutraceutical. The wide therapeutic potential of curcumin is highly explored by the authors. Therefore, many inventions were made by pharma-industries for it [....] » Read More

Seongwoo Woo, Speaker at Organic Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Seongwoo Woo, Addis Ababa Science & Technology University, Ethiopia

To Improving the fatigue of newly designed mechanical system subjected to repeated loading,  this paper develops parametric accelerated life testing (ALT) as a systematic reliability method to produce the reliability quantitative (RQ) specifications—mission cycle&mdash [....] » Read More

Mohd Sajid Ali, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Mohd Sajid Ali, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

The interaction of common anticancer drug gemcitabine with human serum albumin (HSA), an important plasma protein, has been studied in details. A slight hyperchromic shift in the difference UV absorption spectra of HSA on the addition of gemcitabine gave a primary idea of the pos [....] » Read More

Yasemin Yildiz, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Yasemin Yildiz, Sakarya University, Turkey

Several agents around the world have caused the pandemic. Looking at the last 17 years, it is seen that there have been three major outbreaks caused by the coronavirus. The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on March 11, 2020, that the most recent epidemic, SARS-CoV 2, had [....] » Read More

Maria Guc, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Maria Guc, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland

Polymers with a molecular imprint, selective for the following compounds were obtained: flavonoids – quercetin; female sex hormones – estrone and β-estradiol; non-steroidal inflammatory drugs – naproxen, diclofenac, and ibuprofen; herbicides – 2,4-dic [....] » Read More

Tanya Yordanova, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Tanya Yordanova, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria

The toxicity, bioavailability and mobility of copper in aquatic environment strongly depend on its speciation rather than on total Cu concentration. Various approaches have been developed for quantitation of mobile and bioavailable metal fractions e.g. methods based on voltammetr [....] » Read More

Ivanka Dakova, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Ivanka Dakova, University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria

During the last years, the introduction of the functional groups such as ionic liquids into polymers is giving rise to a new class of smart materials called polymeric ionic liquids (PILs). Due to their specific properties emanating from the ionic liquid units and their intrinsic [....] » Read More

Penka Vasileva, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Penka Vasileva, University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria

Trivalent chromium and divalent manganese adsorption was studied in a batch mode with PVA-PEO-TEOS membranes doped with starch-coated gold nanoparticles (Au-Starch NPs) at 298.15 K. Equilibrium and kinetic behaviours, as well as analytical application of the hybrid nanocomposite [....] » Read More

Irina Karadjova, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Irina Karadjova, University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria

Recently, there has been an increased demand for developing methods that are suitable for separation and trace level determination of uranium from various types of samples including surface waters, food, biological samples and industrial effluents. This demand is two-fold, firstl [....] » Read More

Maja Molnar, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Maja Molnar, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia (Hrvatska)

Increasing need in drug consumption during last few decades, lead to the development of the pharmaceutical industry, thus increasing the synthesis of compounds with positive effects on human health. Mass production leads to the increased waste production and environmental polluti [....] » Read More

Michal Rombel, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Michal Rombel, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Poland

The growing popularity of supplements containing cannabidiol (CBD), mainly CBD oils, in self-medication of humans and the increased interest in this compound in different preclinical and clinical trials stimulates the development of procedures of CBD analysis in plasma for the st [....] » Read More

Puru Jena, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Puru Jena, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

The chemistry of elements in the periodic table, created by Mendeleev in 1869 before the discovery of the electron and the knowledge of quantum mechanics, can be explained in terms of their valence electrons and the orbitals they occupy. For example, noble gas atoms, with filled [....] » Read More

Francesco Parrino, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Francesco Parrino, University of Trento, Italy

Heterogeneous photocatalysis is an advanced oxidation process which exploits the property of irradiated semiconductors to generate electrons and holes which in turn initiate useful redox reactions. The classical field of application of photocatalysis has been the environmental re [....] » Read More

Maxim Mironov, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Maxim Mironov, SPC BIOMICROGEL COMPANY LTD, Russian Federation

The pollution of water sources with petroleum products is one of the most important and actual ecological problem. Every year, oil spills create a serious damage to the ecosystem, which leads to the death of plants, algae, birds and fish. At the same time, wastewater from steel a [....] » Read More

Nunzio Cardullo, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Nunzio Cardullo, University of Catania, Italy

Carbohydrates are among the main nutritious components of human diet. Normally, the blood sugar level after meal highly responses to the digestion of carbohydrates, mainly starch. They are initially hydrolysed by salivary and pancreatic α-amylase to reducing into oligosacch [....] » Read More

Diana Ioana Buliga, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Diana Ioana Buliga, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania

Chlorophylls are tetrapyrrole derivatives with coplanar system of conjugated double bonds which form an aromatic structure with delocalized electron density at the orbitals level. Typically found in higher plants are chlorophyll-a and chlorophyll-b, in various proportions dependi [....] » Read More

Domenico Cautela, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Domenico Cautela, Stazione Sperimentale Per Le Industrie Delle Essenze E Dei Derivati Dagli Agrumi, Italy

Betainized Compounds are a group of low molecular weight compounds, highly soluble in water, derived from amino acids in which the nitrogen atom is fully methylated. These substances are ubiquitous in the vegetal world and tend to accumulate, through specific biosynthetic pathway [....] » Read More

Tomasz Panczyk, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Tomasz Panczyk, Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Poland

Telomeres are terminal fragments of chromosome composed of highly repetitive sequences of nucleic bases (TTAGGG):(CCCTAA). We can distinguish guanine rich (G-rich) and cytosine-rich (C-rich) strands within the double stranded telomeric DNA. The biological role of telomere is prot [....] » Read More

Fatih Piskin, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Fatih Piskin, Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Turkey

Separation membranes allow purification of hydrogen from gas mixtures produced by various methods, such as the reformation of natural gas, coal gasification, or the gasification of municipal waste. Hydrogen separated in this way may be used in fuel cells to generate electricity o [....] » Read More

Yahia F. Makableh, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Yahia F. Makableh, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

The stability of Perovskite materials life time by using Nano-polymer sandwich structure is investigated. A Perovskite composite is used consisting of the structure FAxMA1-xPbI3. The x ratios varied as 0.8,0.5 and 0.2. Two different polymers are used namely PMMA and Polyaniline. [....] » Read More

Lorena Memushaj, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Lorena Memushaj, Aldent Univesity, Albania

A food allergy occurs when the body’s immune system sees a certain food as harmful and reacts by triggering an allergic reaction. There are two categories of food allergy. Immunoglobulin E (IgE) mediated is where symptoms result from the body’s immune system making an [....] » Read More

N. Gokarneshan, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
N. Gokarneshan, Dr.SNS Rajalakshmi College of Arts and Science, India

Sustainability issues in Textiles have paved way for exploration of many new fibers from renewable sources. Many researches are done to refine the extraction process, test and identify the hidden properties and to characterize the fiber for its unique property. By default, all th [....] » Read More

Julia Godlewska, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Julia Godlewska, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

K-peptide (GILQINSRW) – a short 9 amino acid fragment of the hen egg white lysozyme has the ability to form amyloid structures, thus it can serve as a model for studies of interactions between pathological amyloid structures and various compounds generally known as osmolyte [....] » Read More

Elidia Maria Guerra, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Elidia Maria Guerra, DQBIO/CAP/UFSJ, Brazil

Conductive polymers derivates, such as poly-o-methoxyaniline (POMA), have been broadly using in different applications due to their similar characteristic of polyaniline. POMA can intercalate into V2O5 matrix to improve their structural and electrical properties, and thin films o [....] » Read More

Fabiane Manke Nachtigall, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Fabiane Manke Nachtigall, Universidad Autónoma de Chile, Chile

Spirooxindoles are exceptional and versatile scaffolds, and thus have been extensively studied in the fields of synthetic and pharmaceutical chemistry. The unique three-dimensional spiro system may be the main cause for the bioactivities of spirooxindoles. Especially, spirooxindo [....] » Read More

Tatjana Gazivoda Kraljevic, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Tatjana Gazivoda Kraljevic, University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)

Coumarin has an important place in medicinal chemistry, as molecules incorporating the coumarin scaffold show a broad spectrum of pharmacological activities, including anticancer, antimicrobial, antiviral, antioxidant, anticoagulant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-enzymatic. The aim [....] » Read More

Angelica Penaranda Gomez, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Angelica Penaranda Gomez, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia

Chromeno[4,3-b]quinolines have emerged as an important class of tetracyclic O- and N-heterocyclic compounds because of their broad biological activities. Particularly, the chromenoquinoline skeleton is found in a variety of potential bioactive entities, such as ?-selective estrog [....] » Read More

Rapa Maria, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Rapa Maria, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

In a context of increasing the world’s population and resources consumption one of the greatest challenges of our society is to produce innovative materials by valorization of the renewable resources with the attempt to diminish the dependency of European companies on petro [....] » Read More

Patrycja Mala, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Patrycja Mala, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

N-linked glycopeptides are naturally occurring glycosyl amides involved in various biological events e.g., processes on the cell surface. Synthesis of N-linked glycopeptides is intrinsically challenging since it requires control of stereoselectivity. Typically, in such glycoconju [....] » Read More

Ioana Stanciu, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Poster Presentation
Ioana Stanciu, University of Bucharest, Romania

The main objective of a lubricant is to reduce frection an wear. But also, it is responsible for heat evacuation. Taking into account their nature, there are mineral, synthetical, vegetal or animal lubricants. Untill the XIX-th century, the manufacturing process of lubricants has [....] » Read More

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