American Chemical Science Journal

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EISSN : 2249-0205
Published by: Sciencedomain International (10.9734)
Total articles ≅ 442
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J. Jeyasundari, P. Shanmuga Praba, Y. Brightson Arul Jacob, S. Rajendran, K. Kaleeswari
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 12, pp 1-11; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/23161

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Aims: To express environment friendly method for the green synthesis of silver nanoparticles from Mimusops elengi flower extract and incorporation of AgNPs with selected antibiotics at distinct dose.
Mominur Rahman, Mirza Md. Rashiduzzaman, Fazle Zawad Akhand, Kazi Bayzid Kabir
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 12, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/23071

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Greenhouse gas; fire-burnt brick; stabilized earth block; additives.
Abatyough Terungwa Michael, Ibraheem Aderemi, Onoyioma Christian, Adebiyi Adedayo, Yusuf James, Ahmed Salamatu
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 12, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/21991

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Multivariate data analysis is used to analyse underground water samples from ten (10) different water sources in Agbabu bituminous belt of Nigeria. Principal component analysis (PCA) showed Component one (PC1) to be the most significant Component accounting for 54.09% of the pollution, with high loadings for Cd, Pb and Mn suggesting them to be the most significant pollutants for the study area. Mean concentrations of heavy metals indicated high pollutions with Cr, Cd and Mn to have highest concentrations and a relatively fairly concentrated Pb. Physicochemical properties were analysed for Alkalinity, dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand, and phosphates. Using Hierarchical clustering analysis (HCA), similarities in the pollution patterns of the various wells was observed, with Cluster one (CL1) showing similar clustering for wells highly polluted with Pb and Cd but low in Fe. Wells in cluster two (CL2) indicate wells highly polluted with Cd. Low polluted wells for Pb, Fe and Cd pollutants are found in Cluster three (CL3). All clusters agree with ANOVA and Pearson’s correlation result indicating variation among the various water sources. The cause of underground water pollution showed to be anthropogenic and geogenic in the study area and suggests the underlying bitumen deposit and its mining activity to be majorly responsible for the pollution.
Monalisa Das, Sunil Kumar Pradhan, Smrutiprava Das, Ajaya Kumar Patnaik
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 13, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/24038

B Nsimba, Philippe Tsalu, D Mwanangombo, E Atibu, D Tshibangu, K Kayembe, N Basosila, S Mihigo, P Mpiana
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 10, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/21375

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Aims: This work highlights the influence of the additivity of withdrawing electronic groups attached to the aromatic ring on the inhibition of the production of methane gas by the methanogenic bacteria acetoclastic.
José Iturbe-Garcia, Beatriz López-Muñoz, Luis Rangel
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 11, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/22845

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Mg2Cu alloy; mechanical alloying technique; XRD-SEM characterization.
Susmita Boruah, Syeda Mustafiza, Devojit Saikia, Heerok Saikia, Partha Saikia, Mrinal K. Baruah
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 11, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/22660

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Zinc oxide nanoparticles; zinc formate; precipitation; thermal.
Busayo Mutiat Olowe, Jacob O. Oluyege, Oladiran Famurewa
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 12, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/22445

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Water sources; Physico-chemical parameters; Water quality index; WAWQI.
R. Aboutalebi, A. Monfared
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 12, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/20638

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Apoptosis; cancerous cells; saponins.
S. C. Onuoha, P. C. Anelo, K. W. Nkpaa
American Chemical Science Journal, Volume 11, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.9734/acsj/2016/22163

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Health risk assessment; Archachatina marginata; estimated daily intake; target hazard quotient; carcinogenic risk.
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