Advances in Chemistry Research. Volume 56

James C. Taylor (Editor)

Series: Advances in Chemistry Research
BISAC: SCI013000

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Advances in Chemistry Research. Volume 56 opens with a discussion on silica particles surface-modified by polyfunctional fragments containing acidic amino groups, specified for biomedical applications. Approaches to the immobilization/surface assembly of oligonucleotides on the surface of silica nanoparticles to create hybrid organic-inorganic particles are also considered.

Following this, the authors investigate antituberculous compounds: isoniаzid, pyrazinamid, salinazid, vanilin isoniazid and their bioactive structural analog, p-aminobenzoic acid. The solubility of drug substances a key parameter concerning formulation development in the pharmaceutical industry.

The results of the application of the inversed Kirkwood-Buff integrals method to aqueous mixtures of many organic solvents as well as non-aqueous mixtures of such solvents are presented. Comparison with another method that yields similar information, the quasi-lattice quasi-chemical method, is made.

The authors discuss the most common component of water scale, calcium carbonate, the solubility of which falls with increasing temperature. Precipitated CaCO3 may be a mixture of crystalline phases, amorphous and hydrated phases. The crystalline phases are calcite, aragonite and vaterite.

Additionally, the authors provide a comprehensive review of several isolation techniques and analytical aspects for the quantitative determination of catechin.

In the concluding review, the effects of magnetic field on liquid/solid inhomogeneous reaction in aqueous solution, i.e., metal deposition reaction and chemical garden reaction, are briefly discussed in terms of the magnetic force on paramagnetic Cu2+ ion and the Lorentz force on all ions.

(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Hybrid Silica Materials: Synthesis and Recognition of Oligo- and Polynucleotides, Proteins
(Luidmila S. Yakimova, Alena A. Vavilova and Ivan I. Stoikov, A. M. Butlerov Chemical Institute, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russian Federation)

Chapter 2. Antituberculous Isoniazid and Some Related Compounds: Solubility in Pharmaceutically Significant Solvents and Sublimation
(Svetlana Blokhina, Marina Ol’khovich and Angelica Sharapova, G. A. Krestov Institute of Solution Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ivanovo, Russia)

Chapter 3. Preferential Solvation in Binary Mixed Solvents
(Yizhak Marcus, Institute of Chemistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel)

Chapter 4. Aragonite: A Closer Look
(Danijela Urbancl and Marjana Simonič, University of Maribor, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Maribor, Slovenia)

Chapter 5. Isolation and Analytical Methods of Catechin: A Critical Review
(Sonal Desai and Pratima Tatke, Department of Quality Assurance, SSR College of Pharmacy, SSR Campus, Sayli Road, Silvassa, India, and others)

Chapter 6. Lorentz Force Effects on Liquid/Solid Inhomegeneous Reaction
(Yoshifumi Tanimoto and Chikako Udagawa, Institute for Interdisciplinary Science, Graduate School of Science and Amphibian Research Center, Hiroshima University, Higashihiroshima, Japan)

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