Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

Aim and Scope

Aim

Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment (ISSN: 09720626) is an international open-access journal publishes twelve times each year.Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment is an international, inter-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal of high quality devoted to the publication of original research and review papers on any subject at the interface among Chemistry, Chemical Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Bio Sciences, Pharmaceutical Science, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering , particularly those of relevance to industry aiming towards economically and environmentally sustainable industrial processes. All papers subjected to peer-review by members of editorial board or qualified reviewers by using of double blind peer review. The Journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general scope and criteria of journal.

Scope

Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment (ISSN: 09720626) is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal seeks to publish original research articles that are hypothetical and theoretical in its nature and that provide exploratory insights in the following fields but not limited to:

Chemical Sciences Environmental Sciences
Bio Sciences Pharmaceutical Sciences
Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering
In any field related to Chemicals and Industries including Plastics / Drugs / Pesticides / Polymers / Textiles / Dyes / Papers / Steel / Metals / Foods/ Paints / Rubber / Fertilizers / Leather / Cement / Sugar / Distilleries / Explosives / Oils / Petroleum / Petrochemical / Fragrances etc. In any field related to Environment, Energy, Power, Pollution (Air, Water and Noise Pollution ) in Industries, Land, Cities, Rivers, Lakesetc. -in inter-related fields of Chemistry, Chemical Industries and Pollution.

Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

Latest Articles

Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-12 Category: RJCE Total View - 7706

Portrayal and DFT investigations of cis, trans and vinyl subsidiaries of 1,4-butadiene utilizing C20 in various temperatures

by Josef. Soetora, Anka Estelle,
Abstract : In this examination of cis, trans and vinyl monomeric subsidiaries of 1,4-butadiene were considered utilizing C20 in various temperatures by the Functional thickness hypothesis (DFT). For this reason, the materials were initially improved geometrically, at that point the figurings of the thermodynamic parameters were performed on every one of them. In the accompanying, changes in parameters of vitality, for example, explicit warmth limit, enthalpy, entropy, and Gibbs free vitality, which were determined per atomic weight, sub-atomic volume to and surface, which was estimated in this test, were assessed as for one another.
Full article
Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-11 Category: RJCE Total View - 7614

Specific Separation and Preconcentration of Trace Amounts of Gallium in Water and Rice Samples utilizing Cloud Point Extraction and Determination

by Basuka Widodo, Suchilo Diranto,
Abstract : In the present investigation, a cloud-point extraction process utilizing non-ionic surfactant Triton X-114 for a particular extraction of gallium from watery arrangements was created. The strategy depends on the unpredictable development of Ga (III) with N, N′ - bis (salycilidene)- 1, 2-phenylenediamine (salophen) as a chelating operator in cradle media of pH 5. After stage partition and weakening of the surfactant-rich stage with 0.2 mL of an (80-20) propanol-water blend containing 0.02 mL HNO3, the improved analyte was dictated by inductively coupled plasma-nuclear discharge spectrometry (ICP-AES). The factors influencing the complexation and extraction steps were streamlined. Under the ideal conditions (for example, 7.5×10-5 mol L-1 salophen, 0.5% (v/v) Triton X-114, 45ºC balance temperature, brooding time 15 min) the alignment chart was direct in the scope of 20–120 ng mL-1 with a recognition point of confinement of 1.5 ng mL-1. The exactness (R.S.D. %) for five imitate conclusions at 60 ng mL-1 of Ga (III) was superior to 4%. As such, the preconcentration factor was 22.2. Under the nearness of remote particles, no noteworthy obstruction was watched. At long last, the proposed technique was used effectively for the assurance of gallium in water and rice tests.
Full article
Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-10 Category: RJCE Total View - 6882

Concoction examination of boring blossoms, kinds of pollutions and approaches to treat them

by Shiren Hasiholan, Toansu Siregar,
Abstract : For the most part, the boring mud is separated into three gatherings of oil (gas oil) and gas-dependent on its base (the primary stage), which is frequently blended boring mud from at least multiple times a blend of every one of the three liquids that are available simultaneously. In this paper, we initially explore the sorts of boring blossoms, and afterward, we study the contamination of the kinds of boring blooms that are said to be any material (strong, fluid or gas) that affects the physical and concoction properties of the liquid. The segments that cause the contamination of a bloom type are not defiled in different kinds of blossoms and afterward give answers for the treatment of mud blooms.
Full article
Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-9 Category: RJCE Total View - 7885

The Lime and Flocculant Dose Optimization in the Clarification Process of a Sugar Factory

by Manisha Patil, Pranab Gosh,
Abstract : The goal of this examination was the monetary investigation of two distinct strategies for the explanation of sugarcane juice. The primary strategy was the technique for utilizing 700 ppm of CaO (last pH=7.9) and 1 ppm of Separan flocculant which recently was being utilized. The other technique was utilizing 500 ppm of CaO (last pH=7.4) and 3 ppm of Separan flocculant. This investigation was done on a mechanical scale in the Karoon sugar industry in the southwest of Iran. The outcomes demonstrated that expanding the measure of Separan and diminishing the measure of lime straightforwardly builds the cleaning and the brix of the juice other than decreasing the measure of lime precipitation in the evaporators. Monetary examination of the all-out procedure demonstrated that the second strategy for an explanation was 5 % progressively affordable
Full article
Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-8 Category: RJCE Total View - 4574

Examining the Effect of Nano Technology on Increasing Utilization in Oil Tanks and Wells in Upstream Industries

by Dagus Armidan, Leto Siregaro,
Abstract : The oil business needs strong and solid materials in practically all procedures. By making nanoscale materials, lighter, increasingly strong, and more vigorous gear than the present items can be created. Nanotechnology in the field of the oil industry and its related enterprises, notwithstanding diminishing the ecological risks of this part and the plausibility of sparing from reaping of underground holds, will give the premise to the development of the nation's significant businesses. Oil and gas industry in Iran is quite a while and appreciated. From these huge assets, it has made an exceptional spot for the nation. The push to accomplish innovation and improve the status of these enterprises is something that ought to be given extraordinary consideration. Thus, the oil, gas, and petrochemical ventures have not left a long way past the entrance of nanotechnology, and nanotechnology has additionally entered this territory.
Full article

Scopus Indexed

SCImago Journal & Country Rank

Submission Deadline
30 Jan 2020

Day
Hou
Min
Sec
Back to Top