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Integrated Research Advances

Journal of Undergraduate Research
Integrated Research Advances

An international multidisciplinary research journal. Journal publishes articles from all branches of Science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, interdisciplinary sciences, environmental sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Nanosciences), Medical, and Technology (Engineering (all branches), Technology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Instruments development, analytical tools). Also covers publishing of undergraduate and postgraduate students’ research.

Researchers, Scholars, Scientists, College teachers, undergraduates and postgraduate students are invited to submit their research or review articles for publication in Integrated Research Advances.

A journal with international coverage and supported by editorial board from across the globe.

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The International Journal of NanoMedical Sciences is a peer reviewed international journal for publication of research advances in nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology. It is continuation of ‘Applied NanoMedcine' journal in new form and name. Editor-in-Chief Dr. B.S. Chhikara University of Delhi Associate Editors Dr. Avinash Bajaj Regional Centre for Biotechnology Dr. [...]
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Prof. Vincent M. Rotello, the Charles A. Goessmann Professor of Chemistry and a University Distinguished Professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst is the Senior Advisor and Editorial Board member of the journal ‘Applied Nanomedicine'. Source:: http://www.pubs.iscience.in/journal/index.php/appnanomed/article/view/803 [...]
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Journal Name : Applied NanoMedicine Publisher Integrated Science Journal Issues per volume/year One (continuous) Frequency Annual Editorial Board Members Multinational [Link] Journal Type International International Serial Number – ISSN (JM NanoScience Section) 2394-0867 Demography of Authors Global: Unites State (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Africa, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, India [Link] [...]
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Prof. RS Verma is associated with the journal as Senior Editorial Advisor and Associate Editor for NanoChemistry, Nanocatalysis articles. Source:: http://www.pubs.iscience.in/journal/index.php/jmns/article/view/788 [...]
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It is for the information to publishing authors, academicians, researchers and associated community members that Chemical Biology Letters is now indexed in SCOPUS (an indexing and search engine from Elsevier) and in Chemical Abstract Services CAS ( a service of American Chemical Society, USA for availability in SciFinder ). The [...]
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Journal of Materials NanoScience

Journal of Nanoscience
Editor
Prof. Vikas Tomar
School of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Purdue University – West Lafayette IN 47906 USA

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ISSN: 2394-0867

Journal of materials nanoscience publish research at nanoscale for new materials development including Nanoscience, nanote-chnology and allied research for smart material development and for understanding the material properties at nanoscale. Journal encompasses rapid communications, full research articles and review articles from material scientists. Special issue honoring material scientist and covering special theme area are published annually.

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A special to cover the materials developed for energy application including fuel cells and solar energy harvesting systems.

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Prof. RS Verma is associated with the journal as Senior Editorial Advisor and Associate Editor for NanoChemistry, Nanocatalysis articles. [...]
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One dimensional (1-D) group III-nitride nanostructures are important components of optoelectronic devices owing to its unique feature of unidirectional carrier flow, and efficient electrical connectivity. The group III-nitride materials are attractive for the application as low power white and blue–green light sources provide a green and extended operational life. We [...]
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Submitted on 9-Nov-2017Accepted by Editor on (after peer review): 29-Dec-2017Withdrawn by authors (Senthil Rethinam): 28-Mar-2018Manufacture of microbe resistant clothing's is the need of the hour especially in microbe sensitive environments like hospitals. Silicon nanoparticles (SNP) were prepared from xerogels synthesized from cotton pods. In the present study, a novel antibacterial [...]
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Silver doped tin oxide (Ag-SnO2) nanofibers were fabricated by electrospinning and subsequently calcinations technique. Ag-SnO2/polyaniline (PANI) composite nanofibers were prepared by facile in-situ polymerization dip-coating technique. As-synthesized composites nanofibers were characterized by XRD, SEM and studied for hydrogen gas sensing. Ag-SnO2/PANI composite was found to be more sensitive for hydrogen [...]
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The energy associated with the free surface atoms will be different from the atoms of the bulk. The excess energy associated with the surface atom is called the free surface energy. In bulk materials, such free energy is neglected because it is associated with only few layers of atoms near [...]
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Poly(vinylidene fluoride) / Titanium dioxide (PVdF/TiO2) polymer composite nanofibers were fabricated by electrospinning. PVdF/TiO2 composite nanofibers polymer electrolytes were prepared by soaking the composite nanofibers in 1 M LiPF6 (lithium hexaflurophosphate) in ethylene carbonate : diethelyne carbonate (EC:DEC) in 1:1 (v/v) ratio. PVdF/TiO2 composite nanofibers exhibited high electrolyte uptake, high [...]
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Abstracts of 'Indo-Portuguese Workshop on Emerging Trends of Nanotechnology in Chemistry and Biology (INCB-2016)'Organized by: Department of Chemistry Hansraj College & Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi, Delhi, INDIAin association with CQM, University da Madeira, PORTUGALFebruary 12-13, 2016 [...]
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Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary branch dealing with the production, study and application of ultramicroscopic materials. Nanomaterials exhibit some extra properties over bulk materials due to their small size and high surface area to volume ratio adding a number of advantages. Nanotechnology being a new stream has a [...]
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Synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2(1H)-ones derivatives (4a-f) of acid sensitive aldehydes catalyzed by lanthanum nitrate in ionic liquids is described. The method offers use of inexpensive, readily available and efficient Lewis acid catalyst in an environment benign process with excellent yields in short reaction time and easy product isolation with high purity. [...]
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Gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) were synthesized using aqueous fruit peel extract of Momordica charantia which is a very well known plant locally known as Bitter gourd. The extract contains compounds such as citric acid, flavonoids, phenols and volatile oil which not only act as a reducing agent for Au3+ but [...]
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Inorganic Letters

Inorganic Letters cover theoretical and experimental aspects of structure and properties of inorganic materials, their thermodynamics, kinetics, solid-state phenomena, and reaction mechanisms. It also includes bioinorganic chemistry, organometallic chemistry and relevant aspects of material studies including chemical bonding in inorganic materials.

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Journal participates in big drive of open access.

The current volume is supported by University of Delhi researchers, means Authors have to pay no publication charges/open access fees. Articles would be published with Open Access to make research freely accessible to scientists over the world.

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A novel boron reagent for click-labeling biomolecules [8-HC≡CCH2OC6H4O(CH2CH2O)2-3,3'-Co(1,2-C2B9H10)(1',2'-C2B9H11)]- has been prepared by the ring disclosure of the cyclic oxonium derivative of cobalt bis(dicarbollide) with hydroquinone monopropargyl ether. In the presence of Cu(I) catalyst the obtained alkyne reacts with organic azides forming 1,4-derivatives of 1,2,3-triazole as the 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition products. The [...]
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New antibacterial and antifungal Schiff's base derived from substituted benzothiazoline (NÇSH), as well as its main group metal complexes incorporating antimony(III), bismuth(III) and arsenic(III) were synthesized with conventional as well as microwave irradiation method, characterized and screened for their in-vitro antibacterial as well as antifungal activity against Gram-negative (Escherichia coli), [...]
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Triphenyl Sn(IV)-A(lII)-µ-oxoisopropoxide derivatives having different (NOONO and OONO) backbones were obtained by the reaction of triphenyltin acetate and aluminium isopropoxide with corresponding ligand. Through manipulation of reaction stoichiometry, varieties of coordination compounds featuring µ-bridging coordination were obtained. 119Sn NMR spectra of Ph3SnOAl(OPri)L and Ph3SnOAl(L)2 exhibit a single resonance, in solution, [...]
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Two discrete complexes, [CoII9(TBC[4])3(m9-CO3)(m-H2O)3(m3-OH)2(m-CH3COO)2(DMA)4]•3H2O•2CH3OH (1), [CoII9(TBC[4])3(m9-CO3)(m3-OH)(m-HCOO)(O3PPh)(DMF)8]•2H2O•CH3OH (2) (TBC[4] = p-tert-butylcalix[4]arene, DMA = N,N'-dimethylacetamide, DMF = N,N'-dimethylformamide), have been solvothermally obtained and structurally characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction analyses and powder X-ray diffraction. Complex 1 capped by three TBC[4] ligands possesses a tri-capped trigonal prismatic CoII9 core housing a m9-carbonato anion. [...]
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