Material Sciences and Physical Sciences

Every physical object engineered or manufactured and designed in this world is made up of materials whether it is metal or non-metal. The selection of material in the design of any product is solely dependent on its properties or strength and also involves huge cost. The material properties greatly depend on the molecular arrangement the materials are further classified as isotropic and anisotropic materials.


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Computational Chemisty

It involves the use of computer simulation to solve chemistry problems. Various problems of structures and properties of molecules can be solved by efficient use of computer software.


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Green Chemistry

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Points for Sustainable Development

Green chemistry is the branch of chemistry, chemical sciences and chemical engineering that deals with minimization of hazardous by sustainable  designing of products and processes.


What is Chemistry ?

Chemistry is the branch of science that is concerned with with formation of matter like atoms, molecules, electrons, protons and neutrons. In chemistry investigations are carried out on their interactions , reactions and formations of new products



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Hydrogen Production from Semiconductor-based Photocatalysis via Water Splitting

Solar hydrogen generated via photocatalytic water splitting has attracted tremendous attention and has been extensively studied because of its great potential for low-cost and clean hydrogen production. The development of highly stable visible–light-active photocatalytic materials, and the design of efficient, low-cost photoreactor systems are the key for the advancement of solar-hydrogen production via photocatalytic water splitting in the future.

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Polymer Chemistry


Polymer chemistry is a chemistry subdiscipline that deals with the structures, chemical synthesis and properties of polymers, primarily synthetic polymers such as plastics and elastomers. Polymer chemistry is related to the broader field of polymer science, which also encompasses polymer physics and polymer engineering.


Low cost Bio-sensors

The clear need for sensors in several prospective markets globally continues to drive substantial research in the field of both chemical and biological sensors. For healthcare and environmental monitoring, for example, the enduring premise is that early detection translates into informed interventions that can have lasting value.biosensors-16-638


Informatics Research for Chemistry

Cheminformatics combines the scientific working fields of chemistry, computer science and information science for example in the areas of topology, chemical graph theory, information retrieval and data mining in the chemical space. Cheminformatics is the mixing of those information resources to transform data into information and information into knowledge for the intended purpose of making better decision faster in the area of drug lead identification and optimization.




Metal Complexes as Potential Imaging Agents and Anti-Cancer Drugs

Metal complexes were used in advance as imaging agents in which the central metal ion is main feature of the mechanism of action.Some metal complexes were versatile as chelating agents to target carcinogenic form and may produce chiefly as anti-cancer drugs. The use of chelating agents is one of the good examples of how metal complexes ameliorated such rare diseases.



Boron porphyrin and corrole complexes

The chemistry of boron porphyrins, which are unique in containing two boron atoms per porphyrin ligand. Highlights have been the development of a series of complexes, a diboryl porphyrin, a diboranyl porphyrin containing a  B-B bond which forms through spontaneous reductive coupling of the diboryl under certain conditions.chemimage