Journal of Chemistry

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Article No. 1
Correlative Study of daily Variation with Solar Activity Parameters
Anik K. Tiwari
Department of Physics, Govt. T.R.S. College, Rewa (M.P.) (INDAI)
Ambika Singh
Department of Physics, A.P.S., University, Rewa (M.P.) India
Lamxi Tripathi
Department of Physics, A.P.S., University, Rewa (M.P.) India
Jaya Tiwari
Department of Physics, A.P.S., University, Rewa (M.P.) India
Anil K. Shrivastava
Department of Physics, A.P.S., University, Rewa (M.P.) India
Abstract :

The annual average values of Ist  harmonic amplitudes of high amplitude wave trains for kiel and Halaekala neutron monitor station have been used to see their variation with the annual average magnitude of the sunspot number for the interval 1989-2003. This analysis very clearly supports the earlier finding that the diurnal amplitude are significantly smaller during the low sunspot activity period. We found  the clear cut evidence of significant positive co-relation the sunspots number and Ist harmonic amplitude. The diurnal phase of daily variation of cosmic rays for the high latitude station kiel as well as for the low latitude station haleakala for the entire period of study has also found co-related with much higher positive positive co-relation.

Keyword : Solar Activity, Variation
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Article No. 2
Interplanetary Parameters In Relation to Solar Activity
Laxmi Tripathi
Department of Physics, Govt. P.G. College, Panna (M.P.) INDIA
Anik K. Shrivastava
Department of Physics, Govt. P.G. College, Panna (M.P.) INDIA
Anil Kumar Tiwari
Department of Physics, Govt. T.R.S. College, Rewa (M.P.) (INDIA)
Amit Khare
Department of Physics, Govt. T.R.S. College, Rewa (M.P.) (INDIA)
Ambika Singh
Department of Physics, Govt. T.R.S. College, Rewa (M.P.) (INDIA)
Abstract :

Solar wind streams are continuously blowing solar corona into interplanetary space and are effected by different solar and interplanetary parameters, we have been tried to investigate the correlative nature of different interplanetary parameters, while diving the complete solar cycle in for categories we have taken solar cycle 22.

Keyword : Interplanetary Parameters, Solar Activity
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Article No. 3
Correlation of Wiener Index with X-ray K-Absorption Parameters of mixed Ligand Complexes
Dilip Pandey
School of Physics, Devi Ahilya University, Indore - 452017 (INDIA)
Ashutosh Mishra
School of Physics, Devi Ahilya University, Indore - 452017 (INDIA)
Manish Dave
School of Physics, Devi Ahilya University, Indore - 452017 (INDIA)
Abstract :

A new application of Wiener indices in estimating X-ray K-absorption parameters is described in the present paper. X-ray K-absorption parameters are correlated with Wiener indices. Some mixed ligand complexes of Amino acid are used to establish this type of correlation. The results obtained in this study remonstrate that topological indices of the organic molecules acting as ligands can be used for estimating edge shift theoretically.

Keyword : Wiener Index, ixed Ligand Complexes
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Article No. 4
Archaeological Evidence of Environmental Protection
Mamta Chansoria
Asst. Prof. Department of History, S.N.G.G.P.G., College, Bhopal (INDIA)
Ameeta Singh
Asst. Prof. Department of History, S.N.G.G.P.G., College, Bhopal (INDIA)
Abstract :

Today the subject of protection of five ‘J’ that is Jan (People), Jameen (land), Jal (water), Jangal (forest), Janwar (animal) is having great impetus.

If we ponder over ancient Indian history then we find many evidences showing efforts made for the safeguarding of these Panch J. Now let use see each of these in detail.

Keyword : Environmental Protection , Evidence
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Article No. 5
Correlation for xanes studies of some copper (II) Complexes Using Randic Index
Maneesh Dave
School School of Physics, Devi Ahilya Bai University, Khandwa Road, Indore - 452017 (INDIA)
Ashutosh Mishra
School School of Physics, Devi Ahilya Bai University, Khandwa Road, Indore - 452017 (INDIA)
Abstract :

X-ray K-absorption spectra of some copper (II) complexes of newly synthesized mannich bases of biological interest have been studied using Seifert X-ray generator and Cauchois type bent crystal X-ray spectrogroph of 0.4m radius. The observed X-ray parameters, e g. chemical shift, shift of principal absorption maximum, edge-width, effective nuclear charge and percentage covalency have been used to explain the structure of the complexes, and these parameters are sensitive to the topological structure of coordinating iigands, so that they can be successfully used for with Randic index.

Keyword : xanes , Randic Index
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Article No. 6
Nanotechnology In Medical Science
Parul Chansoria
SGSITS, Indore (INDIA)
Shweta Sahu
SGSITS, Indore (INDIA)
D.K. Mishra
SGSITS, Indore (INDIA)
Abstract :

Concept of nanotechnology refers to study of characteristics of materials ranging between 0.1 to 100 nanometer. It also refers to fabrication of such materials and relevant calibration technology with the help of carbon nanotube field effect transistors(CNTFET), nano powders and others. With the help of this technology revolutionary nanomachines like nanorobots, DNA computers and nano computers can be formed. Effective check on cancer would also be possible by this, thereby reducing the pain due to side effects of regular radiation therapies and chemotherapies presently used. Nanotechnology promises to make us healthy and wealthy. It can have biggest impact on medical science.

Keyword : Nanotechnology, Medical Science
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Article No. 7
Management of Dying Industries effluents Through Static Bio assay Experiments
Smita Joshi
Chemistry Department, Sarojini Naidu Govt. P.G. Autonomous College, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal - 462 016 (INDIA)
Pushpa M. Rawtani
Chemistry Department, Sarojini Naidu Govt. P.G. Autonomous College, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal - 462 016 (INDIA)
Abstract :

Dyeing and Textile industries are highly water intensive and are the major contributors to water pollution. In Present Paper we have worked on industrial waste minimization through static bioassay experiment on H. fossitis fish. On exposure to different concentration (including LD50 & LD100) of 5-methyl azodye and its Complexes with Cu2+ & Co2+ metal ions for 30 days, experimental fishes showed considerable variations in the degree of intoxica­tion. Results indicate that through complexation, toxicity of azodyes can be minimized. Apart from complexation lowering of liquor ratio. Process innovation and Optimizing dyeing processes have also been used for waste management of textile industries.

 

Keyword : Dyeing industries effluents, tatic Bioassa
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