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-18-12-2019-5 Category: RJCE Total View - 7581

A basic strategy for the recuperation of selenium from copper anode sludge test utilizing antacid broiling process

by P. Bayu, T. Udijana,
Abstract : The recuperation of selenium from Iranian sar-cheshmeh copper anode sludge has been researched. Copper anode oozes are containing shifting valuable metals, for example, gold, silver, selenium, and tellurium. They are being separated as a result in the generation procedure. Arsenic and antimony that present in anode sludges disintegrated in 0.4 M KOH. At that point, the soluble cooking of anode oozes within the sight of Na2CO3 solubilized selenium. Different parameters, for example, time and temperature of antacid cooking were contemplated. The outcomes demonstrated that the ideal condition for the temperature and time of simmering saw as T=600 C and time= 8 h separately, and that ideal recuperation of selenium was 98%.
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Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-4 Category: RJCE Total View - 6979

The Study of disintegration Boric corrosive in various temperature conditions, the DFT strategy

by Jimmy Teak, Nicolas Uwais,
Abstract : In this article, the disintegration of Boric corrosive in various temperature conditions, with thickness utilitarian hypothesis (DFT) is examined. the Boric corrosive with concoction recipe H3BO3 (some of the time composed B(OH)3), and exists as dull precious stones or a white powder that disintegrates in water and delivers Tetra hydroxy borate with the synthetic equation [B(OH)4]− in various states of temperature, with thickness utilitarian hypothesis technique were considered. For this reason, from the start the material contained in the two sides of response were geometrically upgraded, and afterward the count of the thermodynamic parameters performed on every one of them. The measure of ∆H, ∆S and ∆G of this response at various temperatures in type of aggregate of parameters inconsistency in the items than reactants is gotten. Lastly, the best temperature for the amalgamation of hazardous as indicated by the acquired thermodynamic parameters were assessed
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Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-3 Category: RJCE Total View - 6986

Improvement of Enaminone structures and examination of substituent impacts on sub-atomic strength utilizing HF and DFT delicate computational techniques

by Shiren Hasiholan, Toansu Siregar,
Abstract : Enaminones are concoction mixes comprising of an amino gathering (−N=) connected through a C=C to a C=O gathering. In this examination, four different enaminone structures were hypothetically streamlined. These enaminone structures have been read for substituent impact on hydrogen bond, technique and fundamental set consequences for the geometrical parameters, vibrational frequencies and so on. Drawing atomic structures and PC estimations were performed with Gauss see (5.0) and Gaussian (09) virtual products, individually. The used strategies in the paper were the HF and DFT and of DFT techniques for fundamental capacities B3LYP and B3P86. Also Premise sets of 6-311G, 6-311G*, 6-311G**, 6-311+G** and 6-311++G** have been used. By and large the consequences of PC estimations and contrasting them and trial reciprocals show that hypothetical techniques could well be useful and compelling in enaminone concentrates and offer sensible and well outcomes. Enaminone structure was read for tautomerism and it was uncovered that Ketamine structure is steadier than Enolimine structure.
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Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-2 Category: RJCE Total View - 8639

The Amalgamation of 2, 6 diamino- 3, 5-dinitropyridine from Direct Nitration Response of 2, 6 diamino pyridine in Various Temperature Conditions by Thickness Practical Hypothesis

by Moatassem Billah, Idris Abdullah,
Abstract : In this article, amalgamation of the dangerous 2, 6 (diamino) 3, 5 dinitro pyridine (ANPY) of the immediate nitration response of 2, 6 diamino pyridine in various states of temperature, with thickness practical hypothesis strategy were contemplated. For this reason, from the outset the material contained in the two sides of response were geometrically advanced, at that point the count of the thermodynamic parameters performed on every one of them. The measure of ∆H, ∆S and ∆G of this response at various temperatures in type of entirety of parameters disparity in the items than reactants is acquired lastly, the best temperature for the combination of dangerous as indicated by the got thermodynamic parameters were assessed.
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Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-1 Category: RJCE Total View - 5619

Hypothetical investigation of synthetic properties of Fulleromethyldopa and subsidiaries

by Manav Khanna, Jaspreet Singh,
Abstract : Lately, numerous examinations have been done on structure of fullerene subordinates as medication nano-bearer mixes. In this work mechanical quantum figurings in principle level of B3lyp/6-31g* and HF/6-31G in the gas stage were performed on auxiliary of methyl dopa (MD) and fulleromethyle dopa (FMD) with various halogen substitutions. In the other hand some various properties, for example, HOMO and LUMO levels, Chemical hardness, Energy hole, Conductivity, ΔNmax and Dipole minute worth were examined. Likewise, the action of concoction locales, for example, corrosive and base site and the hydrogens of benzene ring were examined. The outcome demonstrated that the estimation of vitality hole and concoction hardness diminished by connecting structure of methyl dopa to fullerene (C60) and the estimation of Chemical potential, ΔNmax and Dipole minute were expanded in fullerene methyl dopa (FMD). In any case, in the wake of official of methyldopa to fullerene, acidic locales, it is more acidic than before interface. Furthermore, the exercises of the antacid site are decreased. These structures demonstrated that adjustment in substitution (X=F, Cl, Br and H) changed estimations of these parameters. These progressions show reliance of the outcomes on intensity of electro cynicism and nuclear range of substitution X. At long last, the information was looked at and talked about.
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