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  • Gannoruwa, Asangi (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Nanomatrix structures are prominent filler network structure which usually improves the mechanical properties of natural rubber or sometimes used to introduce novel properties
  • Abeyasingh, Neranga; Gunewardene, Siyath; Jayaweera, Hiran (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Often used as a tool in analytical chemistry, Raman spectroscopy is a highly utilized non-destructive vibrational spectroscopic technique. Incident light interacts with the molecules, and the inelastically scattered ...
  • Lamabadusuriya, Manuja (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    The role of chemists in utilizing radioisotopes in industries is significant. Radioisotopes, characterized by their emission of various types of radiation like alpha and beta particles, gamma rays, or x-rays, include both ...
  • Selvaraj, Saranya; Weerasinghe, Laksiri (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Peptides have emerged as versatile entities in the pharmaceutical industry by playing pivotal roles in drug discovery, development, and targeted drug delivery systems. While, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ...
  • Kaumal, M. N. (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Microfluidics and nanofluidics deal with the precise control and manipulation of fluids at the sub-millimeter scale. Microfluidic and nanofluidic devices offer new capabilities for the advancement of technologies across ...
  • Nimal Punyasiri, P.A.; Dananjaya Kottawa-arachchi, Jeevan; Jeganathan, Brasathe; Rathnayake Bandara, B.M.; Ranatunga, Mahasen A. B.; Abeysinghe, Sarath B.; Gunesekara, Kumudinie; Kumar, Vijaya (Institute of chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Tea Flavonoids are ubiquitous secondary metabolites with a multitude of biological properties. Flavones, flavonols, flavanols, anthocyanins and proanthocyanins are the main classes of flavonoids present in the tea ...
  • Siriwardana, A. A. Gayan Kavinda (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    3D printing, also referred to as Additive Manufacturing (AM), has become a demanding technology in the world which can fabricate threedimensional objects in a layer-by-layer fashion using computer-aided design (CAD) ...
  • Premalal, E. V. A. (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have become a focal point of extensive research since its discovery by Ijima in 1991 [1]. Over the past few decades, their remarkable properties, including high mechanical strength, robust electrical ...
  • Ariyananda, Priyal (Institute of chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    From the fiery cauldrons of ancient Alchemists to the gleaming laboratories of modern researchers, chemical science has always pulsed with the transformative power of innovation. Its intricate dance of elements and ...
  • Perera, K. Sarath. D.; Theeshya, Dulmin.A.D (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Ginger (Zingiber officinale) has emerged as one of the 20 top selling herbal supplements in USA over the last two decades
  • Perera, K. Sarath. D.; De Silva, Shanali (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Ionic liquids (ILs) are salts that exist in the liquid state below 100 o C or at room temperature. They are also referred to as molten salts, ionic fluids, liquid organic salts, neoteric solvents, and designer solvents
  • Gunathilake, Sampath (Institute of chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Vaccine development To improve immunogenicity for vaccine distribution, a number of natural and synthetic biodegradable nanopolymeric materials have been employed. Furthermore, vaccination antigens encapsulated ...
  • Perera, K. Sarath D. (Institute of chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Cyclic voltammetry (CV) is used extensively by electrochemists to obtain the potential at which the chemical processes occur, and to obtain information about coupled homogeneous chemical reactions or the role of ...
  • Perera, K. Sarath D. (Institute of chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    A coordination complex of the type [MLx ]n+ is formed when each neutral ligand (L) donates a lone pair of electrons to a metal centre (Mn+). Here, x is the coordination number and n+ is the oxidation number of M. We ...
  • Perera, K. Sarath D. (Institute of chemistry Ceylon, 2024-01)
    Organometallic complexes have at least one organic group and they can undergo various types of reactions. Incoming electrophile may react with or attack on either the metal centre or on one of the coordinated ligands
  • Siriwardene, Ashoka (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2023-09)
    It is a tremendous honor for me to address this esteemed gathering of distinguished university academics, accomplished technical-experts, prominent Researchers, valuable industry representatives and the learned membership ...
  • Jayawardane, Ananda (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2023-09)
    Chemical science is fundamental to the pharmaceutical industry and underpins the development of life-saving drugs and therapies.
  • Priyantha, Namal (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2023-09)
    The global middle class is expected to grow approximately by a factor of three by 2023 as compared to the situation in 2009. Much of this would occur in developing countries where 70% of global economic activity will ...
  • Perera, K. Sarath D.; Theeshya Dulmini, A. D. (Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, 2023-09)
    Garlic (Allium sativum) is not only a spice, but also a plant with immense medicinal value. According to historical records, soldiers and athletes in ancient Greece and Egypt had taken garlic containing diets to ...
  • Hettiarachchi, Chamari M (Institute of chemistry Ceylon, 2023-09)
    In 1965, the professor in pharmacognosy at Uppsala University, Finn Sandberg reported after an expedition the traditional medicinal use of plants in the Central African Republic. In his report he mentioned the use of ...

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