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18th International Conference on Pure & Applied Chemistry, will be organized around the theme “Capturing the Innovations of Pure and Applied Chemistry”

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Applied Chemistry means the application of theories and principles of Chemistry to practical purposes.

Major of Applied Chemistry consists of laboratories of applied chemistry, environmental chemical engineering, and material sciences, in which students can study and research vigorously in extensive fields such as life, environment, energy and material development and also learn their IUPAC. For human survival, it is required to have advanced material transformation technology that enriches human life and propulsion of biotechnology necessary for life/medicine/field of food, development of materials for environmental harmony, resources-saving and energy-saving technology, and also environmental system to live together with natural ecological system etc., In science, we usually talk about two types of research: pure and applied.  Pure research focuses on answering basic questions such as, "how do gases behave?"  Applied Chemistry tools would be involved in the process of developing a specific preparation for a gas in order for it to be produced and delivered efficiently and economically. This division sounds like it would be easy to make, but sometimes we cannot draw a clear line between what is “pure” and what is “applied chemistry.”

Analytical chemistry is that the branch of chemistry that deals with the separation, identification, and quantification of chemical compounds. Chemical analyses are qualitative, as within the identification of the chemical elements in every sample, or quantitative, as within the determination of the quantity of an explicit element within the sample. Analytical chemistry is concerned with the influential development to food production and is also applied to many other fields such as Earth sciences, medicine, archaeology, pharmacy, and forensics.

Organic chemistry deals with the study of carbon compounds such as fuels, plastics, food additives, and drugs. It is concerned with the study of carbon and the chemicals in living organisms. An example is the process of photosynthesis in a leaf because there is a change in the chemical composition of the living plant. Organic chemists are often the ones who devise experimental methods to isolate or synthesize new materials, or to study their properties, and usually work and research in a lab. Some examples of the work they do include formulating a conditioner that keeps hair softer, developing a better drug for headaches and creating a non-toxic home cleaning product.

Medicinal chemistry concerns with the understanding of mechanisms of action of drugs. It aims to establish a relationship between structure and functional activity and to link biodynamic behavior with chemical reactivity and physical properties. It embraces discovery, development, identification, and interpretation of mode of action at the molecular level. This is also involved in the study, identification, and synthesis of the metabolic products of drugs and related compounds. Besides this, medicinal chemistry also concerned with the isolation, characterization, and synthesis of compounds that can be used in medicine for the prevention, treatment, and cure of disease.

  • Pharmacology and Drug discovery
  • Pharmaceuticals and Biopharmaceutics
  • Toxicology and Pathology
  •  Internal Medicine

Organometallic chemistry is the discipline of chemistry which deals with the compounds in which an organic group is attached through carbon to an atom which is less electronegative than carbon. Organometallic chemistry concerned with the organic derivatives of the alkali and alkaline earth metals, the non-transition metals, the transition metals and some on metals. By the acknowledgment of biological activity of organometallic compounds, organometallic chemistry was brought up into a new field known as bio-organometallic chemistry by understanding the relationship between catalysis and formation of organometallic compounds. Organometallic compounds found their applications as catalysts or reagents in the synthesis of organic compounds such as pharmaceutical products.

Physical organic chemistry deals with experimental tools of physical chemistry to study the structure of organic molecules and provides a theoretical frame work that elucidates how structure influences both mechanisms and rates of organic reactions. Chemists in the field of physical organic chemistry use theoretical and practical theories to estimate the structural changes in solution or solid state contexts impact reaction mechanism and rate for each organic reaction. Theoretical and experimental approaches to understand the foundational problems include classical and statistical thermodynamic calculations, quantum mechanical theory and computational chemistry, as well as experimental spectroscopy, spectrometry, and crystallography.

Polymer chemistry is expounded to the broader field of polymer science that additionally encompasses polymer physics and polymer engineering. Polymers play an outstanding role as terribly versatile and heterogeneous structural and multifunctional molecule materials. The future of polymer chemistry based on the green polymers which are produced by using green chemistry. Green chemistry cares with the planning of chemical product and processes that cut back or eliminate the utilization or generation of gear risky to humans, animals, plants, and atmosphere.

·         The scope of polymer Chemistry includes the following:

·         Novel artificial and chemical process ways

·         Polymerization mechanisms and dynamics

·         Advanced characterization of polymers

·         Macromolecular structure and performance

·         Synthesis and application of novel polymers for bio-/Nano drugs

·         Reactions and chemistry of polymers

·         Supramolecular polymers

·         Higher-order compound structures

Biochemistry is concerned with the study of life or chemical processes in the living organisms. Biochemists analysis includes cancer and vegetative cell biology, communicable disease yet as membrane and structural biology and spans biology, genetics, mechanistic organic chemistry, genomics, evolution, and systems biology. Biochemistry, in keeping with several scientists, can even be explained as a discipline within which biological phenomena area unit examined in chemical terms. Examples are unit digestion and internal respiration. For this reason, biochemistry is additionally called Chemical Biology or Biological Chemistry.

The study of the physical properties of molecules, and their relation to the ways in which molecules and atoms are put together. Physical chemistry deals with the principles and methodologies of both chemistry and physics and is the study of how chemical structure impacts physical properties of a substance. An example is baking brownies, as you’re mixing materials and using heat and energy to get the final product. Physical chemists would typically study the rate of a chemical reaction, the interaction of molecules with radiation, and the calculation of structures and properties

Electrochemistry is the study of chemical processes that cause electrons to move. This movement of electrons is called electricity, which can be generated by movements of electrons from one element to another in a reaction known as an oxidation-reduction reaction. The importance of electrochemistry is undeniable we literally cannot live without electrochemistry for proper cell function and transmission of signals through the nervous system. Electrochemistry is also vital in a wide range of important technological applications. For example, batteries are important not only in storing energy for mobile devices and vehicles but also for load leveling to enable the use of renewable energy conversion technologies. Electrochemistry is involved in the production of materials by electrorefining or electrodeposition as well as the destruction of materials by corrosion. Electrochemistry is also used for the treatment of water.

Photochemistry is the study of chemical processes that occur because of the absorption of light. The study of photochemical systems that use sunlight to drive important chemical reactions or to generate electricity is of great practical significance for the development of sustainable sources of energy.

Plasma chemistry is that the branch of chemistry that studies chemical processes in low-temperature plasma, together with the laws that govern reactions in plasma and therefore the fundamentals of plasma chemical technology. Plasmas are by artificial means made in plasmatrons at temperatures that vary from 103 to a pair of × 104 K and pressures that vary from 10–6 to 104 atmospheres. An interaction between the reagents in plasma ends up in the formation of ultimate, or terminal, product; these products may be far from the plasma by speedy cooling or extinction. The essential feature of all plasma chemical processes is that reactive particles are generated in considerably higher concentrations than below standard conditions of chemical reactions. The reactive particles that made in plasma are capable of effecting new sorts of chemical reactions; the particles embrace excited molecules, electrons, atoms, atomic and molecular ions, and free radicals. Indeed, a number of these particles will solely exist within the plasma state.

Drug Chemistry Concerns with the various scientific methodologies and instrumentation for analyzing the suspicious materials in order to identify controlled substances, non-controlled substances, Precursors chemicals and other chemicals used in the manufacture of illegal drugs.

Surface chemistry is the study of chemical reactions at surfaces and interfaces. Appreciating how molecules and atoms interact with surfaces and with each other while on surfaces is key to understanding desirable chemical reactions, such as in heterogeneous catalysis, and also those that are undesirable, such as in corrosion chemistry.

Thermochemistry is the study of the heat released or absorbed as a result of chemical reactions. It is a branch of thermodynamics and is utilized by a wide range of scientists and engineers. For example, biochemists use thermochemistry to understand bioenergetics, whereas chemical engineers apply thermochemistry to design manufacturing plants.

Quantum chemistry, a sub-discipline of chemistry that focuses on the properties and behavior of subatomic particles, especially electrons. Without a foundational understanding of electron behavior, it would be impossible to understand the concepts of chemical bonding. The field of quantum chemistry emerged when subatomic particles discovery was made, and there were three very important subatomic particles that were found to make up every single atom. These particles are of course protons, neutrons, and electrons.

Spectroscopy is used in physical and analytical chemistry because atoms and molecules have unique spectra. As a result, these spectra can be used to detect, identify and quantify information about the atoms and molecules. Spectroscopy is also used in astronomy and remote sensing on Earth.

Bioinorganic Chemistry is at the gate-way of Inorganic and biochemistry, i.e. it describes the mutual relationship between these two sub-disciplines, with focus upon the function of inorganic substances in living systems, as well as the transport, phylogeny and, eventually, mineralization of inorganic materials, and as well as the utilization of inorganics in medicinal therapy and diagnosis. It'll increase the attention of the contributions of metal ions in biology and drugs. Bio-inorganic chemistry demonstrates the utilization of components that don't seem to be usually found in Nature in medical care and imaging likewise as doable issues of toxicity. It conjointly investigates the organic process aspects, toxicity, therapeutic action, transport & storage of metals and nonmetals in plants and animals as well as microorganisms.

Coordination chemistry is a pioneer of Noble prize winner Alfred Werner that deals with the study of compounds shaped between metal ions and different neutral or charged molecules. It additionally investigates the distinction between a coordinated substance and charge equalization ions in an exceedingly chemical compound. Complexation reactions, stability constants, structures, geometrical and optical state, bonding, reactions, and reactivity are going to be mentioned. Color and electronic and magnetic properties are going to be described with reference to their application in analytical chemistry, industry, and drugs. Use of coordination compounds of some valuable ions is going to be explained with respect to undiversified chemical change for the assembly of helpful organic and pharmaceutically vital substances. 

Geochemistry is the science that uses tools and principles of chemistry to explain the mechanisms behind major geological systems such as the Earth’s crust and oceans. The realm of geochemistry extends outside the Earth, encompassing entire Solar System and has made important assistance to the understanding of a number of methods including mantle convection, formation of planets and origins of granite and basalt.

Inorganic chemical technology deals with the working and modernization of inorganic technologies. It especially considers the elimination of hazard for natural environment and elaboration of small and non-wasted processes, as well as ecological and economic aspects of industrial processes influence on environment condition.

Inorganic technology is a new field of membrane separation technology which has a rapid development and innovation. Now a day it has largest applications in the agro-food, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and other industries.

Nuclear chemistry is the subfield of chemistry dealing with radioactivity and its tracers, nuclear processes, such as nuclear transmutation, and nuclear properties. It is the chemistry of radioactive elements such as the actinides, radium, and radon together with the chemistry associated with equipment (such as nuclear reactors) which are designed to perform nuclear processes. It includes the study of the chemical effects resulting from the absorption of radiation within living animals, plants, and other materials. The radiation chemistry controls much of radiation biology as radiation has an effect on living things at the molecular scale, to explain it another way the radiation alters the biochemicals within an organism, the alteration of the biomolecules then changes the chemistry which occurs within the organism, this change in chemistry that can lead to a biological outcome.

·         Radiotracer Studies

·         Radiochemotherapy

·         Thermodynamics and Thermal Properties of Nuclear Fuels

·         Nuclear technology in food preservation

·         Agricultural uses of nuclear energy

·         Nuclear Fusion Reactors

Solid state chemistry that is additionally familiar material chemistry covers the study of synthesis, structure, and properties of solid part materials. It is extended to physics, mineralogy, physical science, ceramics, metallurgy, physics, material science and natural philosophy that concentrate on the synthesis of novel materials and characterization.

Supramolecular chemistry could be a branch of chemistry that focuses on the planning and synthesis of molecules by mistreatment building block bonding through non-covalent interactions.This permits individual molecules to control at the side of non-covalent building block forces to make a much bigger unit supramolecule.

Chemo scientific disciplines stress the applying of computers to develop and technique chemical info. The key applications of chemo IP square measure at intervals the areas of drug discovery, analysis, drug validation, and in few different areas like paper and pulp business, textile business, chemical science, botany, and at intervals the prediction of drug toxicity. The world plays a distinguished role in developing novel medicines as a result of the wide relevance of its tools at intervals the various areas of drug development yet as target identification, lead improvement, drug validation, ADMET predictions, decisive structure-quantitative relationships, molecular modeling, and 3D structure development.

Nanochemistry is that the combination of chemistry and Nanoscience that uses the methodologies of artificial chemistry and also the materials chemistry to get nanomaterials with specific sizes, shapes, surface properties, defects, self-assembly properties, designed to accomplish specific functions and uses.

The development of science and technology has been giving us a lot of benefits. Chemistry is a field which has greatly contributed to the development. The advanced technology has often required the basic research. Therefore, the Course of Applied Chemistry covers a variety of chemical fields, working on various materials including metal compounds, inorganic and organic pesticides, polymers, proteins etc., doing basic researches and their applications. The Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry field is trying to contribute to the progress of the modern society by devising novel processes for material synthesis and creating new functional materials, based on the profound understanding and precise control of a variety of chemical reactions. The Physical and Inorganic Chemistry field is focusing to functional solid materials having nanostructures and microstructures of inorganic and organic compounds, polymer, and their hybrid systems from the viewpoints of their fundamental physiochemical properties as well as their applications to catalysts, sensors, electronic devices, and so on. There are research groups focusing on structure-function relationships in biomolecules such as proteins and nucleic acids, methods for separation and wastewater treatment, biotechnology, protein engineering, and applications of protein production methods to synthetic biology and medicine.

Inorganic chemistry concerned with the synthesis and behavior of inorganic and organometallic compounds. it's applications in every facet of the chemical substance business together with catalysis, materials science, paints, surfactants, coatings, medicament, fuel, and farming. Inorganic chemists ar operating in varied disciplines like mining and semiconductor device industries, ecology, and education. Their study is predicated on realizing the behavior and also the analogs for a compound.

Brain chemistry or neurochemistry is the complex system which allows the brain to function with the use of chemicals known as neurotransmitters which move information around in the brain. Neurochemistry is that the specific study of neurochemicals, together with neurotransmitters and alternative molecules (such as psychopharmaceuticals, neuropeptides, or gasotransmitters) that influence the operate of neurons. This field closely examines however these neurochemicals influence the network of neural operation. This evolving space of neurobiology offers a neurochemist a micro-macro affiliation between the analysis of organic compounds active within the systema nervosum and neural processes like malleability, growth and neural differentiation.

  • Brain Disorders:

              -  Trichotillomania

              - Crohn’s disease

              - Parkinson’s Disease

  • Brain Imaging Techniques
  • Neuropsychopharmacology
  • Breakthroughs in Psychopharmaceuticals: Advancements in the treatment of mental illness, addiction and other disorders

 

 

 

Stereochemistry is a key element of Organic chemistry which covers the relative spatial arrangement of atoms that together forms the structure of molecules and their manipulation. Organic stereochemistry was applied to compute molecular characteristics like 13CNMR, optical rotation and electronic and vibrational circular dichroism including Raman optical activity and to investigate reaction pathway.

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