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Volume 2 Issue 1

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Magnetic Field (MF) effects on water and dispersed systems have been studied for more than half of century. However, so far there is no complete understanding of the observed changes in the properties of studied systems if it is solely based on the classical theories of magnetic field action. In Part I of this paper we presented results of MF

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Volume 2 Issue 1

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Static magnetic field (0.5 T) effects on water evaporation rate from anionic Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (SDS) and cationic Dodecyl Trimethyl ammonium Bromide (DoTAB) 1 mM solutions were studied at room temperature and humidity for up to several hours. Keeping in mind possible practical application of the effects the experiments were intentionally c

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Volume 2 Issue 1

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This article introduces practical examples of undergraduate-level chemistry-based environmental science lectures and seminars by Prof. Akitsu. Sustainable and ecological issues are closely related to chemical problems, but there are also features that make each item complicated. We will take a structure that links problems and solutions such as

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Volume 2 Issue 1

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A novel simple and selective electrochemical procedure is utilized for the determination of Dinoprostone (DIN) in drug substance and pharmaceutical preparation with good recovery and without interference with other excipient. Herein, the electrochemical sensing platform based upon preparing gold nanoparticle sensor on silica modified carbon pa

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Volume 2 Issue 1

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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 vigorously with kerosene or light oil to form an emulsion. The emul

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Volume 2 Issue 1

Volume 2 Issue 1

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A theoretical calculation of the fully optimized geometries and electronic structures of the metal-free Tetra-2,3-Pyridino-Porphyrazine (TPdPzH2*), N,N-Dideuterio (TPdPzD2*), and Magnesium (TPdPzMg*) tetra-3,4-pyridino-porphyrazine has been conducted with the density functional B3LYP level using the 6-31G(d) basis set. A comparison among the d

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Volume 2 Issue 1