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Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment (ISSN:0972-0626) is a monthly peer-reviewed scopus-indexed journal from 2007 to Present. The publisher of this journal is the Journal of International Congress of Chemistry and Environment. RJCE is committed to gathering and disseminating excellent research achievements.The journal welcomes all kind of research/review/abstract papers regarding Engineering subjects including Earth and Planetary Sciences,Environmental Science,Chemical Engineering,Agricultural and Biological Sciences,Renewable Energy,Biochemistry.

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Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

  • RJCE-06-05-2024-1166
  • Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment
In Silico Study of Glyphosate Substitute against Rice Weeds as Bioherbicides Candidate

Weeds on rice plants have a lot of negative impacts on plant productivity. The majority of approaches in controlling weeds in rice used herbicides including the use of glyphosate as a synthetic herbicide. However, using glyphosate in the long-term results in soil and water pollution accumulation, resulting in decreased soil fertility. This study aims to find new herbicide candidates by mimicking glyphosate's mechanism in inhibiting EPSP synthase, ACCase and photosystem II found in three types of weeds (broad-leaved and grasses and sedges). Representatives of the three types are Monochor

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  • RJCE-06-05-2024-1165
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Recovery of Lithium from Waste Lithium-ion Batteries-A Review

Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are a widely used energy storage technology as they possess high energy density and are characterized by the reversible intercalation/deintercalation of Li ions between electrodes. The rapid development of LIBs has led to increased production efficiency and lower costs for manufacturers, resulting in a growing demand for batteries and their application across various industries, particularly in different types of vehicles. In order to meet the demand for LIBs while minimizing climate-impacting emissions, the reuse, recycling, and repurposing of LIBs is a critica

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  • RJCE-06-05-2024-1164
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Surface Functionalized Eco-friendly Plant Seeds in the Confiscating Process of Toxic Metal ions from Aqueous Environment

Dyes (colorants) are used in many industrial applications, and effluents of several industries contain toxic dyes. Dyes exhibit toxicity to humans, aquatic organisms, and the environment. Therefore, dyes containing wastewater must be properly treated before discharging to the surrounding water bodies. Among several water treatment technologies, adsorption is the most preferred technique to sequester dyes from water bodies. Many studies have reported the removal of dyes from wastewater using biochar produced from different biomass, e.g., algae and plant biomass, forest, and domestic residues

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  • RJCE-06-05-2024-1163
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Luminescence Properties of Ce-Doped Di-Calcium Magnesium Disilicate Ca2MgSi2O7:4 mol%Ce

Ion doping has rendered mesoporous structures important materials in the field of tissue engineering, as apart from drug carriers, they can additionally serve as regenerative materials. The purpose of the present study was the synthesis, characterization and evaluation of the effect of artemisinin (ART)-loaded cerium-doped mesoporous calcium silicate nanopowders (NPs) on the hemocompatibility and cell proliferation of human periodontal ligament fibroblasts (hPDLFs). Mesoporous NPs were synthesized in a basic environment via a surfactant assisted cooperative self-assembly process and were ch

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  • RJCE-06-05-2024-1162
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Salt Stress Tolerance in Broad Bean (Vicia Faba L.) and the Interaction of NaCl and Phytohormones on the Root, Biochemical Characters in Greenhouse and in the Field

Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is an economically important crop cultivated globally for fulfilling human requirements. However, the productivity of the faba bean has declined due to poor management of soil, particularly under salt stress. Salt stress is a major constraint to crop productivity worldwide. Therefore, the objective of the present investigation is to check the behavior of faba bean genotypes on the basis of morphological and biochemical traits in response to salinity. In this study, we studied seven different treatments (including control) applied to faba bean under salt stress. Bio

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  • RJCE-06-05-2024-1161
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Hydroxyalloxanthine Pigment from Garcinia indica

Garcinia indica (commonly known as kokum), belonging to the Clusiaceae family (mangosteen family), is a tropical evergreen tree distributed in certain regions of India. It has been used in culinary and industrial applications for a variety of purposes, including acidulant in curries, pickles, health drinks, wine, and butter. In particular, G. indica has been used in traditional medicine to treat inflammation, dermatitis, and diarrhea, and to promote digestion. According to several studies, various phytochemicals such as garcinol, hydroxycitric acid (HCA), cyanidin-3-sambubioside, and cyanid

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  • RJCE-06-05-2024-1160
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Validation of Diacetyl Monoxime Method for Quantification of Urea in Sea Water

In marine environments, urea is an important component of the biogeochemical cycle of nitrogen. The autochthonous and allochthonous sources (rivers, aquaculture, waste water input, etc.) of urea play a key role in urea cycles in adjacent coastal waters. Because urea is a specific marker to trace the sewage fluxes in coastal waters, we investigated urea associated with terrestrial source input and coastal water in Zhanjiang Bay (ZJB) during the time from November 2018 to July 2019, and the spatiotemporal urea distribution and the bioavailability of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) based on u

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