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    Chemistry

    chemical analysis
    material synthesis
    molecular science
    Created at: 26-05-2023
    Last updated: 28-11-2023
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    Alejandro Lopez-Castillo

    Mon Nov 27 2023

    Chiral Symmetry Conservation Principle

    05:31

    Juan Carlos Colmenares

    Tue Oct 10 2023

    Mechanistic and kinetic studies of benzyl alcohol photocatalytic oxidation by nanostructured titanium (hydro)oxides: Do we know the entire story?

    05:15

    We are working on the photocatalytic conversion of the lignin inspired model compounds under ambient experimental conditions to high value compounds which can be used for various important industries/applications. We are avoiding to proceed the experiments without the addition of any oxidizing agent in order to be greener and formation of any less toxic side product/s. 2. The method used for the synthesis or modifications of the photo-catalyst a greener technology and avoids any energy-demanding steps. 3. We are working on the investigation of the key parameters or characteristics such as structural, morphological, optical and textural features, which can facilitate boost up the high conversion but more selective toward the targeted products. Depending on the targeted reactions, the responsible features can be designed by adopting appropriate synthesis methods to get the desired tasks.

    Anjana Sathyan

    Sat Oct 07 2023

    Bioorthogonal catalysis in complex media: Consequences of using polymeric scaffold materials on catalyst stability and activity

    04:48

    Bioorthogonal catalysis using transition-metal-based complexes (TMCs) is a promising approach for converting substrates to desired products in complex cellular media. Notably, the in situ activation of prodrugs or synthesis of active drugs with the aim to complement existing treatments in diseases such as cancer has received significant attention. Whereas the focus has initially been on optimizing ligands to enhance the activity and stability of the metal complexes, more recently the benign effects of compartmentalization of the catalyst into homogeneous or heterogeneous scaffolds have been unveiled. Such tailor-made carrier materials not only afford active catalysts but also permit to guide the catalyst to the site of interest in in vivo applications. This review emphasize the potential of synthetic amphiphilic polymers that form compartmentalized nanostructures for TMCs.

    Acaudio .

    Fri Feb 25 2022

    The Effects of Wet Cupping Therapy on the Blood Levels of Some Heavy Metals: A Pilot Study

    02:03

    BACKGROUND The research looks into wet cupping, a commonly used type of cupping therapy. Cupping involves creating a vacuum over specific points on the skin, using different application techniques. A recent study revealed differences of certain substances in venous and wet cupping blood. Almost nothing is known about the effect of cupping therapy on the level of heavy metals in the blood. Heavy metals are toxic metals with no known nutritive value. There is no known effective physiological mechanism to excrete these from blood and interstitial fluids. Wet cupping may be an effective option in removing toxins from the body. Unfortunately, the study did not report levels of heavy metal pollution in venous blood after therapy. METHOD This study included the participation of thirteen otherwise healthy individuals. The individuals met all of the requirements for participation in the study. KEY FINDINGS The effect of wet cupping therapy on Aluminum, Zinc and Cadmium blood levels is discussed. Heavy metals were reduced by wet cupping therapy. Wet cupping therapy reduces hazardous metal levels in the blood. Heavy metals are excreted by wet cupping. CONCLUSION/RECOMMENDATION It can be concluded that 30 days after wet cupping therapy, the level of heavy metals was dramatically lowered. This may be in part due to the therapy's capacity to greatly increase their excretion. The mechanisms underlying this phenomena are not fully known. They may entail the activation of specific neurohormones as well as nervous system functions. Wet cupping therapy may be advised as a complementary medicine. It can be the treatment option for disorders associated with toxic metal deposition in the body.

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