International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology

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, Chin Suk Fun
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology, Volume 4, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijaent.d0459.024521

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Research comparing the advantages of spin coating and chemical bath deposition is going, and there are varied views on these methods. Here, we used spin coating and chemical bath deposition to prepare thin films of ZnS nanoparticles. The film was analysed by photoluminescence (PL) spectrophotometry, field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), ultraviolet spectroscopy (UV-Vis), and energy-dispersive X-ray (EDX) spectroscopy. The UV-Vis spectra revealed that the wavelength of ZnS is between 220 nm - 320 nm while the PL spectra showed a peak centred in the blue region. Both spin coating and chemical bath deposition rendered spherical nanoparticles but of different sizes 17.9 nm and 21.2 -25.7 nm, respectively. It was concluded that each method has its potential. This work can help researchers choose a suitable method for fabricating thin films, depending on the aims and objectives of their work.
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology, Volume 1, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijpmh.a2005.111120

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Covid-19 pandemic has changed the routines of families all over the world. From March 2020 up to today, Italian families are still struggling for adaptation. Parents of children and adolescents with a clinical diagnosis are more at risk for parental burnout, depression, and anxiety, and they are now experiencing restrictions in many services families relied on. Home-based and hospital-based interventions based on the Play Specialist’s approach have been limited due to anti-covid norms. Internationally, Play Specialist intervention has been empirically demonstrated effective in diminishing children’s negative emotions in relation to medical procedures and in increasing adaptation and compliance towards medical settings. Plus, Play Specialist’s intervention indirect effect on parental wellbeing is still unexplored. In Italy, differently from UK and USA, the Play Specialist intervention is not certified in the health-care system yet. The present study tests the effects on parental psychosocial health of a telematic adaptation of the Play Specialist approach (TPS), conducted in the post-lockdown months in Italy. Two groups of parents (N=33, Mean age=43.36, SD=9.81, Female= 66% receiving the TPS intervention, and N=33 Mean age=41.84, SD=6.15, Female=78% controls) of children in clinical conditions are compared. Parental burnout, anxiety, stress, depression, social support, and parental perception of children’s emotional problems have been measured via self-report questionnaires. Analysis of covariance reveals that the TPS group is less stressed, perceives higher social support, lower parental burnout (i.e., emotional distancing, contrast with other/previous Self, fed-up feeling), lower emotional and behavioural child’s problems than the control group. These findings are addressed at encouraging both research and practice around the Play Specialist’s intervention beyond the hospital-context.
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology, Volume 4, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijaent.d0457.104420

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Crude oil contamination is one of the important issue in the current environment pollution. Physical, chemical and biological methods are applied for bioremediation. Use of microorganisms is one of the most popular methods among them. In this experiment, soil samples were collected from the different motor workshop areas to isolate potential microbes capable of crude oil degradation. Isolation of the crude oil degrading bacteria was followed by enriching the microorganisms by providing suitable growth conditions. The microorganisms those were capable of degrading the crude oil were identified as Bacillus spp., Pseudoxanthomonas spp., Phenylobacterium spp. and Micrococcus spp. by morphological and biological methods. Among them, biodegradation capability of Micrococcus sp. was studied at different oil concentrations.
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology, Volume 4, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijaent.b0447.044220

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To stay sustain in the highly challenging and competitive global market is essential for all businesses. To get highest productivity in companies, interpersonal communication fills the gap between various system and management. Motivated employees for better performance, efficient communication is must to achieve this. This study examines the association between three communication patterns i.e. Upward Communication, Downward Communication, Horizontal Communication & Job satisfaction of employees work in large scale industries in Pune. From this study researchers have tried to indicate a positive relationship between interpersonal communication and performance of employees. Employees of large sectors need to improve level of communication to enhance the Job satisfaction and commitment and hence retention in organizations. Without interpersonal communication, there may be lots of issues take place. Management and coordination of different departments in various functions can also be possible with the use of systematic interpersonal communication system. A good interpersonal skills are always proved important for employees in making organizations successful and it affects different elements of organizational effectiveness
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology, Volume 4, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijaent.b0425.024220

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This study is to investigate experimentally fire resistance of flat slab manufactured using recycled crushed ceramics as coarse aggregate. From an economic point of view, this experiment is costly; however, if it managed and done correctly it can save raw materials, and conserve natural resources. The test is carried out on six slabs measuring 1.65*1.65*0.15m tested under flexural load exposed to fire under load for about 120 min. Two slabs were control without recycled ceramics aggregate, one slab with recycled ceramics aggregate with ratio of 35%, and three slabs with different ratios of 20%, 35% and 50% cast in layers such that the lower layer which was exposed to fire contains crushed ceramics, and the upper layer from ordinary concrete. This paper examines the feasibility of using ceramics wastes in concrete. The behavior of R.C flat slabs manufactured with recycled crushed ceramics was similar to that the normal concrete.
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology, Volume 4, pp 6-10; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijaent.b0441.024220

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This paper examines the feasibility of replacing natural aggregate with recycled crushed ceramics in R.C flat slabs. Nowadays, many researchers are trying to use recycled ceramics as coarse aggregate in manufacturing concrete structures to decrease waste construction materials, and save raw materials. The experimental work was carried out on six slabs measuring 1650 x 1650 x 150 mm with a connected central column tested for punching shear. One slab was control without recycled ceramics aggregate; five slabs with recycled ceramics aggregate with different ratios of 20%, 35%, 50%, 60% and 70% were used.
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Nano Technology, Volume 4, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijaent.a0416.104119

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Micropropagation of ancient plant forms and their accelerated replication for the purpose of creation of a basis of selection of fruit and berry cultures is a relevant task. For development of selection of fruit and berry cultures in the conditions of northern Kazakhstan, and for gardening improvement, local forms of plants are entered into the culture of in vitro. Test tube plants of cherry, currant, apricot are received. Various options of the MS environment with addition of the gibberelic acid (GA) in combination with the ascorbic acid (AA) are optimized. It is revealed that addition of gibberelic acid and ascorbic acid in concentration of 3 mg/l is more effective for propagation of blackcurrant.
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