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  • DEVELOPMENT OF METHOD FOR EXTRACTIVE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF Cu (II) WITH OF 2-[2-(4-CHLORO BENZOTHIOZOLE) IMINO]-5- NITRO PHENOL AS AN ANALYTICALREAGENT


Ratnamala P. Sonawane, Atul Kumar Singh

Abstract:
A spectrophotometric method has been developed for the determination of Cu (II) using 2-[2-(4-Chloro Benzothiozole) imino]-5- nitro phenol as an extractive reagent. The reagent forms a coloured complex, which has been quantitatively extracted into n-butanol at pH 9.4. The method obeys Beer’s law over a range from 1 to 10 ppm.


1-11
2
  • EFFECT OF COPPER SUBSTITUTION IN ZINC FERRITE


V. J. Pissurlekar

Abstract:
Ferrite nanoparticles are interesting material due to their rich physical, structural, electrical and magnetic properties. They have potential applications in variety of fields. In present study, Cu–Zn ferrite with the chemical formula CuxZn(1-x)Fe2o4(x= 0.2, 0.4,0.6 and 0.8 ) were synthesized by decomposing a precursor produced from metal salts and hydrazinium acetate ligand.


12-20
3
  • CLIMATE CHANGE – “A POTENTIAL THREAT TO HUMAN HEALTH”


Dr. M. Jahanara

Abstract:
Climate changes have a strong impact on human health changes in climate affect the average weather conditions. There are three projected physical consequences of climate change, temperature rise, see level rise and extremes in the hydrological cycle.


21-26
4
  • PHYTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION AND IN VITRO ANTIBACTERIAL EVALUATION ON STEM EXTRACTS OF HELINUS MYSTACINUS


Bulti Abdisa Kerayu

Abstract:
The aim of this study was to identify and characterize compounds from the stem extracts of Helinus mystacinus (Rhamanceae) and evaluating its antibacterial activity. The plant material was collected from Jimma area around Aba Jifar Palace south Western Ethiopia.


27-57
5
  • STUDIES ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF MARINE MACROALGAE IN COAST OF KANYAKUMARI


Dr. Praveen Dhar T.

Abstract:
Coastal line of India has luxuriant growth of marine algae in the littoral and sub-littoral rocky areas. Coasts of Kanyakumari has rich vegetation of macroalgaeand shows variation based on seasons therefore the investigator selected the coast for the present study.


58-63
6
  • EFFICACY OF DIFFERENT SOURCES OF NUTRIENTS AND BIOFERTILIZERS ON GROWTH YIELD QUALITY OF ONION


Abhishek Singh, R. B. Ram and M.L. Meena

Abstract:
A field experiment was conducted at Horticultural research farm of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, lucknow during the winter season 2013-14 to study the effect of sixteen combinations of bio-fertilizers, organic manures and chemical fertilizers on onion var.


64-70
7
  • DEVELOPMENT OF METHOD FOR EXTRACTIVE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DERTERMINATION OF Fe (II) WITH OF 2-[{4-(1, 3 BENZOIMIDAZOLE 2-YL) PHENYL} IMINO]-5-NITRO PHENOL AS AN ANALYTICAL REAGENT


Ratnamala P. Sonawane, Ritima Singh

Abstract:
A spectrophotometric method has been developed for the determination of Fe (II) using 2-[{4-(1, 3 benzoimidazole- 2-yl) phenyl}imino]-5- nitro phenol as an extractive reagent. The reagent forms a red coloured complex, which has been quantitatively extracted into n- butanol at PH 9.6.


71-81
8
  • EXTRACTION OF ACTIVE SILICON FROM THE IRON SLAG OF KAKCHING, MANIPUR TO UTILISE AS FERTILISER


Md Raheijuddin Sheikh

Abstract:
Iron slag is by-product generated during smelting process of iron. Slag is not considered as hazardous material but from an environmental point of view it is defined as waste. Slag contains silica as major component and silicon is an essential micronutrient with several advantages in the growth of farm plants such as rice, sugar cane, cassava and corn.


82-94
9
  • XRD DIFFRACTION PATTERN OF THE ADDUCT OF ADIPIC ACID WITH [NP(OH)2]3


Atul Gupta and S.P.S. Jadon

Abstract:
Synthesis of various adducts of [NP(OH2)]3 with a number of organic acid such as cinnamic acid, oleic acid, hippuric acid, salicylic acid, nicotinic acid, adipic acid and tannic acid etc. have been reported.


95-98
10
  • ASSESSMENT OF DYNAMIC MORPHOLOGICAL IMPACT ON BALARI BAR USING GEOINFORMATICS


Subhanil Guha , Anindita Dey

Abstract:
Balari Bar of Hugli estuary, located in the north-east of the Nayachara Island is one of the important geomorphological features at the northern extent of the Bay of Bengal. It is a small land, have accreted from the unconsolidated alluvium. Because of the proximity to the coast, it is vulnerable to the tidal effects.


99-106
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  • SYNTHESIS OF ZINC OXIDE NANOPARTICLES IN THE SURFACE MODIFICATION OF TEXTILE MATERIALS


B. Shanmugasundaram , R. Prathipa

Abstract:
The use of nanotechnology in the textile industry has increased rapidly. Nanotechnology also has real commercial potential for the textile industry. Nanotechnology can provide high durability for fabrics, because Nano-particles have a large surface area-to-volume ratio and high surface energy, thus presenting better affinity for fabrics and leading to an increase in durability of the function.


107-116
12
  • STUDIES ON AIR QUALITY MONITORING IN HASDEV COAL MINING AREA


R.K. Srivasatava & Anamika Singh

Abstract:
Coal is the largest source of fuel for the generation of electricity worldwide, as well as the largest source of carbon dioxide and green house gases emission. India is a country in which 70% of the total electricity is produced by coal based thermal power plants. Industries like steel plants, cement plants are also dependent on coal mining.


117-129
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  • CLIMATE CHANGE: MEANING, CAUSES, PROBLEMS IN THE TROPICS AND STRATEGIES TO COPE WITH THE CHANGE


CHUKWU, KEVIN EJIKE Ph.D., OKWUDELUNZU, VIRGINIA UGO

Abstract:
This study was carried out to evaluate climate change, with specific reference to the meaning, causes, and problems in the tropics and strategies that can be used to cope with the changes.


130-144
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