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  • de Silva, Nalin (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    The major discoveries from pre-historic ages to recent times, have allowed nations to describe themselves and their treasures. These major discoveries include, the first use of tools, shifting from hunting to ...
  • Yapa, Y .M .A .L .W . (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    Synthesis of commodity chemicals and fuels from renewable sources is gaining an increasing attraction due to concerns over depletion of fossil resources as well as the effects on the climate change. According to a recent ...
  • Etampawala, Thusitha (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    Sri Lanka rice cultivation occupies 34 percent of the total cultivation area and produces about 1.5 to 3 million metric tons per year depending on the weather condition according to the data from rice research and ...
  • Munasinghe, Rajika (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    Cellulose is the most naturally abundant renewable polymer with the formula (C6 H10O5 )n , n ranging from 10,000 to 15,000. The monomer of cellulose biopolymer is anhydroglucose unit (AGU) and it has three hydroxyl groups ...
  • Walpita, . Janitha (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    Increasing concerns on anthropogenic climate change, skyrocketing global energy needs, and depletion of fossil fuels have made the discovery of alternative carbon-neutral and sustainable energy sources, one of the ...
  • Elvitigala, Anushka (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    Wellbeing of a person is a crucial factor in life which facilitates the performance of his or her day to day routine work in well-organized manner. However, it is a known fact that we all get sick and we need to take ...
  • Dhanushika, T. (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    Regulation of gene expression includes a wide range of mechanisms that are used by cells to control the production of specific gene products. It has long been recognized that organisms make extensive use of protein ...
  • Sotheeswaran, S. (Institute of Chemistry, 2018-01)
    The word keto is derived from the word ketosis. Ketosis is a normal metabolic process. When the body does not have enough glucose for energy, it burns stored fats instead which results in a build-up of acids called ...
  • Tillekaratne, Aashani (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    he term “vacuum” is no stranger to humans who live on planet Earth. A vacuum cleaner is not at all strange in the everyday life of most people around the world.
  • Rupasinghe, Thilini p. (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), without any doubt can be named as one of the most sensitive imaging techniques which allows researchers to explore a broad spectrum of materials such as semiconductors, nanocrystals, ...
  • Perera, Hasini R. (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    Since its inception in the early 21 st century, paper based sensors have evolved as good alternative for analytical, bioanalytical and point-of-care testing over traditional analytical instruments because they are ...
  • Mudiyanselage, Thilini Kuruwita (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    Five decades ago, polymers were just plastic and rubber that were limited mostly to day to day household applications such as car tyres, slippers, cups, plates, etc.
  • Cooray, Asitha (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    Iron is one of the most important redox active trace metals present in aquatic systems. The redox cycling of iron is closely associated with the biogeochemical cycling of oxygen, dissolved organic carbon (DOC), and ...
  • Weerasinghe, S. (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    Anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) are a group of hormones consisting of the male sex hormone testosterone and its synthetic derivatives.
  • Zeolites 
    Rajapakse, C.S.K. (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    Zeolites are hydrated aluminosilicates having a microporous crystalline structure.
  • Karunarathne, Mahesh C. (Institute of Chemistry, 2019-01)
  • Weerasinghe, Laksiri (Institute of Chemistry, 2019-01)
  • Lamabadusuriya, M.R. (Institute of Chemistry, 2019-01)
  • Kottegoda, Nilwala (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-01)
    A tiny, yet a mighty island situated in a very strategic position of the silk route along the Indian Ocean served as a busy trade hub exchanging locally produced goods with international traders.
  • de Silva, Rohini. M (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2019-05)
    The total number of global mobile phone users in 2019 will reach 4.68 billion compared to 750 million users in year 2000 and this is believed to surpass the number of people in the world in the near future