The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Analytical chemistry is the study of the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical components of natural and artificial materials. Analytical methods can be separated into classical and instrumental. Classical methods (wet chemistry methods) use separations such as precipitation, extraction, distillation and qualitative analysis by color, odor, or melting point. Quantitative analysis is achieved by measurement of weight or volume. Instrumental methods use an apparatus to measure physical quantities of the analyte such as light absorption, fluorescence, or conductivity. The separation of materials is accomplished using chromatography or electrophoresis methods
Absorption is the process which takes place, when one substance enters the volume or bulk of another substance, while adsorption is the condition which occurs on the surface of the substrate. In the case of Adsorption, there are the intermolecular forces, which make the molecules to hold each other, but in absorption, there is soaking of the liquid or gas by the solid rather any forces applied on molecules.
Bioanalytical Techniques specifically relates to determine the concentration of drug in the biological matrices. The quantitative determination of drug and metabolic in biological material to establish in pharma kinetic and toxicokinetic studies. It also deals with the human clinical pharmacology, bioavailability, bioequivalence and non-human clinical pharmacology. Separation process involved between bio-molecules like proteins, amino acids, sugars, cells, tissue. Bioseparation usually involves the separation of the following physical forms.
- Track 3-1Bioenergy
- Track 3-2Bioseparation
- Track 3-3Biomagnetism
- Track 3-4Biodiesel
Cell separation, also commonly referred to as cell isolation or cell sorting, is a process to isolate one or more specific cell populations from a heterogeneous mixture of cells. Scientists isolate cells to Conduct molecular analysis of a single cell type, including RNA expression and epigenetic analysis and directly use purified cells for adoptive cell transfer experiments in various animal models
- Track 4-1T cell therapy research
- Track 4-2Cell isolation for HLA analysis, FISH analysis
- Track 4-3Hematotoxicity testing
- Track 4-4Produce hybridomas
Chemometrics is the investigation of extricating data from compound frameworks by information driven methods. Chemometrics is innately interdisciplinary, utilizing strategies much of the time utilized in center information explanatory teaches, for example, multivariate insights, connected arithmetic, and software engineering, so as to address issues in science, natural chemistry, drug, science and compound building. Along these lines, it mirrors other interdisciplinary fields, for example, psychometrics and econometrics.
Catalysis is the way toward expanding the rate of a synthetic response by including a substance known as an impetus, which isn't expended in the catalyzed response and can keep on acting over and over. Catalysis might be named either homogeneous or heterogeneous. A homogeneous impetus is one whose particles are scattered in a similar stage (vaporous or fluid) as the reactant's atoms. A heterogeneous impetus is one whose atoms are not in a similar stage as the reactant's(gases or fluids) that are adsorbed onto the outside of the strong impetus. Compounds and different biocatalysts are regularly considered as a third classification.
Chromatography is a research facility system for the detachment of a blend. The blend is broken up in a liquid called the versatile stage, which helps it through a structure holding another material called the stationary stage. The different constituents of the blend travel at various velocities, making them isolated. The detachment depends on differential parceling between the portable and stationary stages. Thin-layer chromatography is a special type of chromatography used for separating and identifying mixtures that are or can be coloured, especially pigments.
- Track 7-1Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography
- Track 7-2High performance Liquid Chromatography(HPLC)
- Track 7-3Super-critical Fluid Chromatography(SFC)
- Track 7-4Gas-Liquid Chromatography(GLC)
Crystallization is the natural or artificial process by which a solid forms, where the atoms or molecules are highly organized into a structure known as a crystal. Crystallization is used to achieve several functions: separation, purification, concentration, solidification, and the production of a crystal that can be used to determine molecular structure.Crystallization is also a chemical solid–liquid separation technique, in which mass transfer of a solute from the liquid solution to a pure solid crystalline phase occurs.
- Cooling Crystallizers
- Evaporative Crystallizers
- DTB Crystallizer
- Track 8-1Nucleation
- Track 8-2Cooling Crystallizers
- Track 8-3Evaporative Crystallizers
- Track 8-4DTB Crystallizer
Distillation processes are widely used for the separation of organic chemicals and for the separation of gases, usually at cryogenic temperatures, as in the production of oxygen and nitrogen from air. It is a process for isolating components from a mixture based on differences in boiling points.
Demulsifiers, or emulsion breakers, are a class of specialty chemicals used to separate emulsions, for example, water in oil. They are commonly used in the processing of crude oil, which is typically produced along with significant quantities of saline water. This water and salt must be removed from the crude oil prior to refining.
- Track 9-1Desalination
- Track 9-2Petroleum chemistry
- Track 9-3Flocculation or aggregation
- Track 9-4Coalescence
- Track 9-5Sedimentation or creaming
- Track 9-6Retrofitting
Electrochemistry is the part of physical science that reviews the connection between power and recognizable substance change with either power considered a result of a specific compound change or the other way around. These responses include electric charges moving among terminals and an electrolyte or ionic species. In this manner electrochemistry manages the collaboration between electrical vitality and substance change.
Electrophoresis is the movement of scattered particles in respect to a liquid affected by a spatially uniform electric field.It is the method for separation and analysis of macromolecules (DNA, RNA and proteins) and their fragments, based on their size and charge.Electrophoresis of emphatically charged particles (cations) is here and there called cataphoresis, while electrophoresis of contrarily charged particles (anions) is some of the time called anaphoresis.
- Track 11-1DNA Suquencing
- Track 11-2Fingerprinting
- Track 11-3Cystic fibrosis
- Track 11-4Sickle-cell Anemia
- Track 11-5Leukemia
The food processing industry uses various techniques to transform food ingredients into different forms for consumers. Separation techniques may be used to remove skins from fruits, water from juices, or whey from cheese. Each separation technique is customized to the amount of waste that needs to be removed, and the resiliency of the food product being processed.
- Track 12-1Centrifugation
- Track 12-2Membrane filtration
- Track 12-3Physical Separation
- Track 12-4Extraction
Forensic science is a combination of two different Latin words: forensis and science. It is also known as criminalistics which is the application of science to criminal and civil laws, mainly on the criminal side during criminal investigation. Forensic scientists collect, preserve, and analyze scientific evidence during the course of an investigation.
- Track 13-1Filtration techniques
- Track 13-2TLC
- Track 13-3HPLC
- Track 13-4Gas chromatography
To optimize magnetic fluids for applications, preference is given to methods that separate the nanoparticles on the basis of their magnetic properties. Therefore, a magnetic method has been developed for the fractionation of magnetic fluids into two or more fractions. A common magnetic fluid was fractionated by this method. Magnetic and nonmagnetic properties of the fractions obtained and the original sample were measured. The magnetic method fractionates the particles in accordance with their magnetic moment and that it has good recovery as well as reproducibility. Finally, magnetic fractionation is compared with other fractionation techniques.
Mineral ores are one among the essential raw materials that ought to be separated and refined to their mineral forms. Mineral ore is often separated consistent with their particle sizes, physical properties, and chemical properties. Separations are created by chemical treatments and that they are subject to quality control in every sector to succeed in its economic grade by separating all alternative impurities.
- Track 15-1Heavy mineral separation using bromoform
- Track 15-2Heavy mineral analysis methods
- Track 15-3Gravity separation mineral processing technique
- Track 15-4Heavy Media separation and Analysis
Hybrid separation techniques or hyphenated techniques is that the combination of mass spectrometry and chromatography within which the particles may be detected then separated consequently by chromatographic separation technique. Typically, this can be often helpful for pre-isolation analyses of crude extracts or fraction from varied natural sources, isolation and on-line detection of a natural product, chemotaxonomic studies, chemical fingerprinting, quality control of the herbal product, depreciation of natural product, and metabolomics.
A membrane is a physical barrier that gives the separation of the components in a mixture. Membrane processes are not based on thermodynamic equilibrium but based on the different transport rate of each species through the membrane. The membrane operations more widely used are those based on applying a pressure difference between both sides of the membrane.
- Track 17-1Membrane purification
- Track 17-2Microfiltration (MF)
- Track 17-3Ultrafiltration (UF)
- Track 17-4Nanofiltration (NF)
- Track 17-5Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Nanotechnology is control of issue on a nuclear, atomic and supramolecular scale. The soonest, far reaching portrayal of nanotechnology alluded to the specific mechanical objective of accurately controlling iotas and particles for manufacture of macroscale items, additionally now alluded as sub-atomic nanotechnology. The National Nanotechnology Initiative characterizes nanotechnology as the control of issue with at any rate one measurement estimated from 1 to 100 nanometers.
Organic Chemistry is a sub order of science that reviews the structure, properties and responses of natural mixes which contain carbon in covalent holding. Investigation of structure decides their synthetic creation and equation,its properties incorporates physical and substance properties and assessment of synthetic reactivity to comprehend their conduct.
Inorganic science manages the amalgamation and conduct of inorganic and organometallic mixes. This field covers every synthetic compound aside from the horde natural mixes (carbon-based mixes, typically containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of natural science. The refinement between the two controls is a long way from supreme, as there is much cover in the subdiscipline of organometallic science.
- Track 19-1Stereochemistry
- Track 19-2Astrochemistry
- Track 19-3Medicinal&Clinical chemistry
- Track 19-4Polymer chemistry
- Track 19-5Marine&Geochemistry
- Track 19-6Petroleum chemistry
In this type of emulsion, water is the internal dispersed or discontinuous phase, while oil is the external or continuous phase. Separation by the different gravity of the two phases is a very slow process, but can be accelerated by the assistance of chemicals. The chemicals used are termed demulsifiers, emulsion breakers or wetting agents. These additives are surfactants, which migrate to the oil/water interface. They adsorb on the oil films surrounding water droplets and break the oil films. Then, water droplets aggregate to form water drops large enough to gravitationally separate them from the oil. Non-ionic surfactants having both lipophilic and hydrophilic groups are mainly used as demulsifiers.
Drug development starts with the discovery of a molecule with a therapeutic value. This can be done by high throughput screening during which separations by fast or ultra-fast HPLC are performed. At the discovery stage there can be also characterizing synthetic or natural products. Drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics (DMPK) is the step where the candidate compounds for drug are tested for their metabolism and pharmacokinetics. The studies involve use of LC-MS or LC-MS/MS. The goal in the discovery stage of drug development is to discover a new, safe and active chemical entity (NCE) that will become medication for diseases. During the last decade parallel synthesis of potential lead compounds, using combinatorial chemistry has been done. Due to its high sensitivity and selectivity, HPLC coupled with tandem mass spectrometry, HPLC-MS/MS has become the predominant method in bioassays, and pharmacokinetic and metabolic studies.
- Track 21-1Applications of chromatography in clinical chemistry
- Track 21-2Analysis of drugs with chromatography-mass spectrometry methods
- Track 21-3Structural analysis of Clinical compounds
- Track 21-4Process Analytical Technologies for pharmaceutical processes
- Track 21-5Determination of active ingredients of drugs and impurities.
Spectroscopy Methods is the study of communication between particles and electromagnetic radiation where it involves scattering, absorption, reflection or transmission of materials. The intensity of interaction between these materials gives the data about the physical properties of a substance
- Track 22-1Mass spectroscopy
- Track 22-2Infrared spectroscopy
- Track 22-3Ultraviolet spectroscopy
- Track 22-4X-ray spectroscopy
- Track 22-5Emission spectroscopy
- Track 22-6Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
The rate separation method area unit supported variations within the kinetic properties of the components of mixtures, such as the rate of migration in a medium or of diffusion through a semipermeable barrier.
- Track 23-1Electrodialysis
- Track 23-2Field-flow fractionation
- Track 23-3Reverse osmosis
- Track 23-4Dialysis
- Track 23-5Ultracentrifugation
- Track 23-6Electrolysis
Voltammetry is a class of electro analytical strategies utilized in systematic science and different mechanical procedures. In voltammetry, data about an analyte is acquired by estimating the present as the potential is varied. The logical information for a voltammetric test comes as a voltammagram which plots the current created by the analyte versus the capability of the working anode.
The waste water has a lot of effect on the natural world and it is important to treat it effectively. By treating wastewater, you don't just save the creatures flourishing on it, but we can also protect the planet as a whole. The sewage water is originated from the industries establishments, residential, commercial purposes. We can reuse the water by following some separation techniques such as Physical water treatment, Biological water treatment, Chemical water treatment, and Sludge water treatment.