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3rd Edition of

Chemistry World Conference

June 14-15, 2023 | Rome, Italy

Chemistry 2022

Karol Heclik, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Karol Heclik, Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland

Imidazoquinazoline derivatives have biological activities in different aspects. Therefore, they are applied as active substances in drug production. Moreover, their physical properties, for example, high decomposition temperature ~400 degree of Celsius make them  useful in t [....] » Read More

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

Shape memory effect is a peculiar property exhibited by certain alloy systems, called shape memory alloys. These alloys have dual characteristics called thermoelasticity and superelasticity. Shape memory effect is initiated thermomechanical processes in the bulk level, on cooling [....] » Read More

Thomas J Webster, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Thomas J Webster, Interstellar Therapeutics, United States

COVID-19 has stopped our normal way of life across all parts of the world. This presentation will cover how nano materials are being used to help prevent, detect, and treat COVID. Specifically, it will cover how self-assembled materials can be formulated to bind to regions of SAR [....] » Read More

Hui Sun, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hui Sun, Ningxia University, China

Bowl-shaped nanoparticles are asymmetric hollow structures with a single large opening on the surface. As a classical kind of asymmetric nanoparticle, bowl-shaped nanoparticles have shown advantages in loading and delivery of large sized cargoes, catalysis and energy storage. How [....] » Read More

Roksana Trznadel, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Roksana Trznadel, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

A number of important biological properties is assigned to the analogs of nitrogen bases, pyrimidine and purine nucleosides, and nucleotides. These are mainly antitumor and antiviral activities, but also antibacterial, antiparasitic, antifungal, and antimalarial. Currently, there [....] » Read More

Iwona Budziak Wieczorek, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Iwona Budziak Wieczorek, University of Life Science in Lublin, Poland

In recent years, special interest in the prevention and treatment of many civilization diseases is caused by polyphenol compounds that are widespread in the plant world. Dietary flavonoids exert various biological activities like cardioprotective, chemopreventive, and neuroprotec [....] » Read More

Valery Pierre Vassiliev, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Valery Pierre Vassiliev, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation

This work proposes a new vision on the description of heat capacities of diamond-like compounds with sphalerite structure. The 4th group of diamond-like elements consists of, in addition to diamond, silicon, germanium, alpha tin, and diamond-like lead. Flerovium (114Fl) closes th [....] » Read More

N Gokarneshan, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
N Gokarneshan, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, India

Betel nut is one of the important fruits cultivated in tropical parts of the world. It generates a huge quantity of husk, which is a source of areca fiber. Both fine and coarse fibers are available in the husk. Different properties of fine areca fiber have been analyzed for quali [....] » Read More

Sweta Kumari , Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sweta Kumari , Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

The present work reports a novel, continuous, specific and colorimetric coupled method for the assay of phospholipase A2 (PLA2), which involves use of acyl-CoA synthetase (ACS) as coupling enzyme and Dilinoleoyl Phosphatidylcholine (DLPC) as substrate. This method is based on the [....] » Read More

Anfal M Alkandari, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Anfal M Alkandari, Mansoura university-Egypt sponsored by ministry of health-Kuwait, Kuwait

Drug loading in liposomes can be performed either passively (during liposome formation) or actively (after liposome formation). Thus, the trapping efficiency of hydrophilic drugs in passive liposome encapsulation is relatively low (around 30%) due to the limited volume of the enc [....] » Read More

Anna Lagunas, Speaker at Chemsitry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Anna Lagunas, University of Barcelona, Spain

Olfactory receptors (ORs) comprise the largest multigene family in the vertebrates. They belong to the class A (rhodopsin-like) family of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), which are the most abundant membrane proteins, having widespread, significant roles in signal transductio [....] » Read More

Paloma Almodovar, Speaker at Chemistry Conference
Oral Presentation
Paloma Almodovar, Albufera Energy Storage S.L, Spain

Along with the non-stopping technological expansion, modern societies are in need of a constant energetic supply. Equipment with a stationary and non-stationary objective must have battery or capacitor devices adapted to its requirements, where energy storage has to be efficient. [....] » Read More

Domokos Gero, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Domokos Gero, Semmelweis University Medical School, Hungary

Inflammation is a poorly regulated reaction to pathogens or tissue injury that often requires medical therapy to prevent further tissue damage and to reduce the associated symptoms. Excessive inflammatory response may be triggered by evolutionarily conserved molecular determinant [....] » Read More

Luca Vattuone, Speaker at Chemistry Conference
Oral Presentation
Luca Vattuone, University of Genoa, Italy

Ni is known to be a catalyst for the Boudouad reaction CO+CO ® CO2 + C This reaction is favoured by high pressure and it thus escaped so far direct investigation under operando conditions.  We report here about a Near Ambient Pressure XPS study performed at Soleil [....] » Read More

Ana I Faustino, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ana I Faustino, University of Évora, Portugal

Animal models are essential for biomedical research. Using them, the researchers are able to better understand the diseases, and search for more effective prophylactic and therapeutic approaches. Rodents are among the most frequently used species for scientific purposes. Chemical [....] » Read More

Haibo Li, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Haibo Li, Virginia Tech, United States

Tetrahydro-β-carboline 1 (MMV008138)1,2 controls growth of blood-stage Plasmodium falciparum by inhibiting a critical metabolic enzyme (IspD).3-5 It has a very specific D-ring structure-activity relationship, requiring halogen-disubstitution at the 2?- and 4?-positions.2,5 I [....] » Read More

Madhurima Chattopadhyay, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Madhurima Chattopadhyay, Poznan University of Technology, Poland

The cellular membranes are chemically highly heterogeneous structures, whose components work in a concerted manner, facilitating a broad range of important cell functions. The organization of the cell membrane involves not only assembly into microstructure, but also intricate i [....] » Read More

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

To enhance the lifetime of mechanical system such as automobile, new reliability methodology – parametric Accelerated Life Testing (ALT) – suggests to produce the reliability quantitative (RQ) specifications—mission cycle—for identifying the design defects [....] » Read More

Azhar Hajri, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Azhar Hajri, Higher Institute of Biotechnology of Beja, University of Jendouba , Tunisia

A new series of [1,2,4]triazolo[4,3-b][1,2,4,6]thiatriazine-1,1-dioxides (2a-f) were, synthesized,  characterized and evaluated for their acaricidal activity against larvae and adults of H. scupense. The synthesis of triazolothiatriazine-1,1-dioxides (2a-f) was carried out. [....] » Read More

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

Uranium is a toxic metal with low radioactivity which is ubiquitous in the environment. As a result of its natural occurrence, it can be found at different concentrations and in the form of different compounds in rocks, water, soil and air. Additionally, uranium can also enter th [....] » Read More

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

Antimony is a chemical element that occurs in the environment as a result of natural and anthropogenic processes and its biogeochemical cycle is nowadays sufficiently characterized. Toxicological profiles and bioaccumulative properties of particular Sb species are well known &nda [....] » Read More

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

Iron is one of the most essential, chemical elements in an aquatic environment due to its role of catalyzer in phytoplankton photosynthesis and its involvement in metabolic processes – nitrate reduction, nitrogen fixation and respiration. Total dissolved Fe concentrations i [....] » Read More

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

In the present study, a new method for direct and selective determination of Cr(VI) in the presence of Cr(III) in water samples is presented using raffinose capped silver nanoparticles (Ag/Raff NPs). The nanoparticles used were obtained by one-step, one-phase “green” [....] » Read More

Heba Sayed Ahmed Ali Elzahabi, Speaker at Chemistry Conference
Poster Presentation
Heba Sayed Ahmed Ali Elzahabi, Al AZHAR University, Egypt

Struggling for the development of antiviral drug is a pivotal issue because of many reasons, e.g., existence of the chronic viral infections, e.g., hepatitis C virus (HCV), the emergence of new viral infections, e.g., corona virus and the development of resistance to currently us [....] » Read More

Valeriy Chernyak, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Valeriy Chernyak, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

A series of original plasma-chemical systems with plasma sources based on rotating gliding discharge and designed for the reforming of hydrocarbons into syngas and synthesis of hydrocarbons will be presented. The principal design of these systems stems from considering the negati [....] » Read More

Nickolas Rigopoulos, Speaker at Analytical Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Nickolas Rigopoulos, University of the Aegean, Greece

Scanning Probe Microscopy is a nanotechnology tool that allows imaging at the nanoscale. In food chemistry, molecules such as gelatin, casein, proteins as well as larger structures like polysaccharide gels, and starch are of paramount importance. In this talk a short review of th [....] » Read More

Kaushala Prasad Mishra, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Kaushala Prasad Mishra, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, India

 The challenge and obstacle in chemotherapeutic strategy to cancer treatment consists mainly in the inadequate drug concentration at the tumor site in the body. Radiotherapy is the most common modality for cancer treatment but undesirable drug toxicity to normal tissues and [....] » Read More

Noor Ul Afsar, Speaker at Chemistry Conference
Oral Presentation
Noor Ul Afsar, Unievrsity of Science and Technology of China, China

In-situ interfacial polymerization (ISIP) technique is developed to prepare monovalent anion-permselective membranes (MAPMs). The introduction of multi-hydroxyl (-OH) and cationic groups in the base membrane provide suitable routes towards the monovalent anion transport. Only tri [....] » Read More

Ankush Gupta, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ankush Gupta, DAV University, India

Recently, there has been a lot of activity in the development of fluorescent self-assembled aggregates due to their potential applications in nanostructure templating, light harvesting and energy transfer, chiral amplification and tuning, hole transportation, drug delivery, nanod [....] » Read More

Prateeti Chakraborty, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Prateeti Chakraborty, Bangabasi College, India

Study of non-covalent interactions is the main piller of supramolecular chemistry. Mostly it plays an important role in controlling the physical property as well as structural topology. In order to explore that role a series of four mononuclear Schiff-base complexes, namely, [Z [....] » Read More

S Girish Kumar, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
S Girish Kumar, CMR University, India

  The multi non-metal doping of TiO2 finds promising for the design and development of solar light harvesting photocatalyst and also for overcoming the drawbacks associated with convetional metal ion substitution. In particular, tridoping of C-N-S into TiO2 has garne [....] » Read More

Najam Ul Hassan, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Najam Ul Hassan, University of Education, Pakistan

Ni-Mn based ferromagnetic Heusler alloys have gained much attention because they have applications in many areas such as magnetic refrigeration, sensors, magneto-mechanical devices and energy-harvesting devices. In present work we investigate the structural, martensitic and magne [....] » Read More

Raphael Mechoulam, Speaker at Chemistry Conference
Oral Presentation
Raphael Mechoulam, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Over the last few decades research on the cannabinoids has gone through several distinct phases: 1) research on the plant cannabinoids, mostly on tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD); 2) research on the endogenous cannabinoids, mostly on anandamide and 2-arachidonoyl [....] » Read More

Manar Ahmed Fouad, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Manar Ahmed Fouad, Alexandria University, Egypt

The reduction of suitably substituted organic nitro compounds by CO, catalyzed by palladium-complexes, is a valuable method for the preparation of a variety of N-heterocyclic compounds. Despite the high efficiency of many of these reactions, the use of pressurized CO is a drawbac [....] » Read More

Alaa Adawy, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Alaa Adawy, University of Oviedo, Spain

Metal phosphates are an important group of materials with established technological and industrial applications that are still attracting special scientific interest, owing to their outstanding physical and chemical properties. Most of the conducted research regarding metal phosp [....] » Read More

Daniel Koster, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Daniel Koster, Institute for occupational safety and health (IFA) of the German social accident insurance (DGUV), Germany

In the field of occupational health and safety, the measurement of hazardous substances is one of the cornerstones in the prevention of occupational diseases. Aldehydes are found in many workplaces mainly due to their use as disinfection agents and for the fixation of biological [....] » Read More

Ez zouhra El Maaiden, Speaker at Bioanalytical Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ez zouhra El Maaiden, African Sustainable Agriculture Research Institute, Morocco

Medicinal and aromatic plant (MAPs) extracts are attracting much attention because of their interesting phytochemical composition, leading to the development of new pharmacological and cosmetic drugs. Extraction represents a critical step in the itinerary of phytochemical discove [....] » Read More

Matias Gaston Rinaudo, Speaker at Chemistry Conference
Oral Presentation
Matias Gaston Rinaudo, National University of San Luis, Argentina

Recent studies have reported the importance of supports in heterogeneous catalysis, since their role is not limited to act as carriers for metal particles. There is evidence that support’s nature, crystalline phase and physicochemical properties could enhance catalytic perf [....] » Read More

Vladyslav Cheranovskii, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Vladyslav Cheranovskii, V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine

The ground state properties of the frustrated two-leg spin ladder model for nanostructured magnetic materials on the base of transition metal complexes have been studied. Using perturbation theory and numerical methods we found the possibility of quantum phase transitions, mediat [....] » Read More

Saima Farooq, Speaker at Chemistry conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Saima Farooq, University of Nizwa, Oman

Photocatalysis is considered as one of the potential advanced oxidation processes for the de-pollution of wastewater. In particular, dye-contaminated wastewater is not only polluting the environment but causes serious health risks to both human and aquatic biota. This necessitate [....] » Read More

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