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International Conference on

Green, Sustainable & Analytical Chemistry

THEME: Recent Advancement and challenges in the field of Green Chemistry
WEBINAR: International Web Conference
September 23-25, 2020
CONFERENCE: Goa, India

International Conference on Green, Sustainable & Analytical Chemistry’’ which scheduled during September 23-25, 2020. Green Chemistry 2020 Proudly welcomes you all around the globe to attend WEBINAR: International Web Conference. This International Web Conference provides an E-learning opportunity to showcase your recent research and advancement in the field of green chemistry. This Web Conference gives a forum to interactive and encourages a level of discussion about Green chemistry and Its relevant areas. This is the best Web platform to showcase recent research innovations which gains new information which is able to be valuable for growth within the field of generating new plans and ideas to reinforce yourself and your skilled profession. Green Chemistry 2020 Conference focused on the theme: “Recent Advancement and challenges in the field of Green Chemistry”.

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Track 1: Green and Sustainable Chemistry

Green chemistry is the form of chemical products and processes that reduce the harmful substances or generation of hazardous substances. Green chemistry applies across the life cycle of a chemical product, as well as its design, manufacture, use, and supreme disposal. The aim of green chemistry is to reduce the chemical connected impact on human health and nearly eliminate contamination of the surroundings through dedicated, sustainable prevention programs. These principles are often classified into "Reducing Risk" and "Minimizing the Environmental Footprint".

Related Societies and Associations:

American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Europe; Biochemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA; American Oil Chemists' Society, USA; American Society of Brewing Chemists, USA; Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC), Europe;  Association of Greek Chemists, Europe;  Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC), Canada; Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CSLT), Asia; Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers, Asia; Society of Chemical Engineers (SCEJ), Japan, Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, Asia. Chinese-American Chemical Society, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society (Beijing) (CCS), Chemical Society of Japan, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society, Taipei, Asia;), Asia Chemical Research Society of India, Asia; Danish Chemical Society, Europe; European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, Europe; Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Europe; Indian Chemical Society, Asia; Japan Association for International Chemical Information, Asia; Swedish Chemical Society, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Asia. Council for Chemical Research (CCR)

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Track 2: Green Chemistry in Pharmaceutical Industries

Green chemistry is being employed to develop revolutionary drug delivery ways in which area unit additional sensible and fewer toxic and can profit multitudinous patients. Solid-phase synthesis of antisense oligonucleotides has been changed to accommodate principles of inexperienced chemistry by eliminating the employment and generation of toxic materials and allowing employees of valuable materials like amenities, solid-support, and protecting groups, thus raising the atom economy and cost-efficiency.

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Chemical Society of Japan, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society, Taipei, Asia;), Asia Chemical Research Society of India, Asia; Danish Chemical Society, Europe; European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, Europe; Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Europe; Indian Chemical Society, Asia; American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Europe; Biochemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA;  Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CSLT), Asia; Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers, Asia; Society of Chemical Engineers (SCEJ), Japan, Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, Asia. Chinese-American Chemical Society, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society (Beijing) (CCS), Japan Association for International Chemical Information, Asia; Swedish Chemical Society, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Asia. Council for Chemical Research (CCR)

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Track 3: Green Chemistry: Challenges and Opportunity

The Green Chemistry revolution is providing a massive range of challenges to those that follow chemistry in trade, an equal range of opportunities to get and apply new chemistry, to boost the economic science of chemical producing substances which will not involve materials harmful to the surroundings. the chemistry that deals with the applying of environmentally friendly chemical compounds within the varied areas of our life like industrial uses and plenty of developed by the requirement. The chemicals product, from plastics to prescription drugs. However, these industries have the potential to significantly injury the environment. Green chemistry thus serves to push the look of environmentally benign chemicals and chemical processes.

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American Society of Brewing Chemists, USA; Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC), Europe;  Association of Greek Chemists, Europe;  Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC), Canada; Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CSLT), Asia;; Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers, Asia; American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Europe; Biochemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA; American Oil Chemists' Society, USA; Society of Chemical Engineers (SCEJ), Japan, Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, Asia. Chinese-American Chemical Society, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society (Beijing) (CCS), Chemical Society of Japan, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society, Taipei, Asia;), Asia Chemical Research Society of India, Asia; Danish Chemical Society, Europe; European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, Europe; Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Europe; Indian Chemical Society, Asia; Japan Association for International Chemical Information, Asia; Swedish Chemical Society, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Asia, Council for Chemical Research (CCR)

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Track 4: Analytical Methods in Green Chemistry

The growing interest in green chemistry needs contemporary views on analytical extractions. Reduced solvent consumption, different safer solvents, and cheap energy demands should be balanced with ancient analytical issues like extraction yield and by selection. This session deals with a number of the ideas behind green chemistry and discusses green solvent choice and extraction techniques. an outline of alternatives to standard solvents, new green solvents, ionic liquids, and alternative solvent choices are going to be mentioned during this scientific discussion.

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American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Europe; Biochemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA; American Oil Chemists' Society, USA; American Society of Brewing Chemists, USA; Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC), Europe;  Association of Greek Chemists, Europe;  Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Europe; Indian Chemical Society, Asia; Japan Association for International Chemical Information, Asia; Swedish Chemical Society, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Asia. Council for Chemical Research (CCR)

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Track 5: Green Polymer and Plastic Chemistry

Green chemistry is a part of chemistry and chemical engineering centered on the coming up with of products and processes that minimize the employment and generation of venturesome substances. One amongst the foremost vital branch is green compound chemistry Natural polymers, biomass conversion in biorefineries, and chemical greenhouse emission fixation area unit teamed up with extremely effective trade, process, and usage of polymers.

Related Societies and Associations:

American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Europe; Biochemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA; American Oil Chemists' Society, USA; American Society of Brewing Chemists, USA; Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC), Europe;  Association of Greek Chemists, Europe;  Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC), Canada; Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CSLT), Asia;; Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers, Asia; Society of Chemical Engineers (SCEJ), Japan, Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, Asia. Chinese-American Chemical Society, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society (Beijing) (CCS), Chemical Society of Japan, , Asia; Chinese Chemical Society, Taipei, Asia;), Asia Chemical Research Society of India, Asia; Danish Chemical Society, Europe; European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, Europe; Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Europe; Indian Chemical Society, Asia; Japan Association for International Chemical Information, Asia; Swedish Chemical Society, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Asia. Council for Chemical Research (CCR)

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Track 6: Green Manufacturing and Engineering

Green Manufacturing: Fundamentals and Applications introduces the fundamental definitions and problems encompassing green producing at the method, machine, and system (including provide chain) levels. It conjointly shows, by the manner of many examples from completely different business sectors, the potential for substantial improvement and therefore the ways to attain the advance. in addition, this conference discusses restrictive and government motivations for green producing and descriptions the trail creating for creating producing additional green yet as making production additional property. Specifically, analysis is targeted on minimizing contaminants and machining defects throughout manufacture, rising the exactitude and repeatability of chemical mechanical sharpening, green machine tools and processes, property packaging, and modeling property, environmentally-conscious producing processes and systems.

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American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Europe; Biochemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA; American Oil Chemists' Society, USA; American Society of Brewing Chemists, USA; Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC), Europe;  Association of Greek Chemists, Europe;  Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC), Canada; Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CSLT), Asia;; Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers, Asia; Society of Chemical Engineers (SCEJ), Japan, Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, Asia. Chinese-American Chemical Society, Asia; Chinese Chemical Society (Beijing) (CCS), Chemical Society of Japan | 

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Track 7: Biofuels and Alternative Energy

Bioenergy comes from biofuels. Biofuels are fuels made directly or indirectly from organic material – biomass – as well as plant materials and animal waste. Overall, bioenergy covers some 100% of the entire world's energy demand. ancient unprocessed biomass like fuel-wood, charcoal, and animal dung accounts for many of this and represents the most supply of energy for an outsized variety of individuals in developing countries WHO use it principally for cookery and heating. A distinction is formed between primary and secondary biofuels. within the case of primary biofuels, like fuelwood, wood chips, and pellets, organic materials are utilized in AN unprocessed kind, primarily for heating, cookery, or electricity production. Bioenergy is principally utilized in homes (80%), to a lesser extent in business (18%), whereas liquid biofuels for transport still play a restricted role (2%).

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American Society of Brewing Chemists, USA; Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC), Europe;  Association of Greek Chemists, Europe;  Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC), Canada; Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CSLT), Asia;; Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers, Asia; American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA;  Asia; Chinese Chemical Society, Taipei, Asia;), Asia Chemical Research Society of India, Asia; Danish Chemical Society, Europe; European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, Europe; Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Europe; Indian Chemical Society, Asia; Japan Association for International Chemical Information, Asia; Swedish Chemical Society, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Asia, Council for Chemical Research (CCR).

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Track 8: Bio-Separations: Recent Advances

Bioseparation is that the name given to the follow of purifying biological product on large-scale, victimization basic aspects of engineering and scientific principles. the tip goal of bioseparation is to refine molecules, cells, and components of cells into refined fractions. it's usually recognized that the industrial success of biotechnology products extremely keen on product development and application of high-powered separation and purification ways. Analytical techniques embrace a stimulating of activity ways, capillary cataphoresis, isoelectric focusing, and mass spectrum analysis. Among separation and purification ways, liquid-liquid distribution, displacement action, dilated bed sorption, membrane action, and simulated moving bed action area unit coated at length. regulative and economic concerns area unit addressed, as area unit plant and method instrumentation and engineering method management.

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American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Europe; Biochemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA; American Oil Chemists' Society, USA; American Society of Brewing Chemists, USA; Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC), Europe;

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Track 9: Green Chemistry for Nanoparticle Synthesis

This field has received nice attention in recent years thanks to its capability to style various, safer, energy economical, and fewer noxious routes towards synthesis. These routes are related to the rational utilization of assorted substances within the nanoparticle preparations and artificial strategies that are loosely mentioned during this tutorial review. this text isn't meant to produce AN thorough summary of inexperienced synthesis of nanoparticles, however, to gift many important aspects of synthesis with environmental considerations, involving the choice and analysis of nontoxic capping and reducing agents, the selection of innocuous solvents and therefore the development of energy-efficient artificial strategies.

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American Institute of Chemical Engineers(AIChE), USA; American Chemical Society, USA; American Institute of Chemists (AIC), USA; 

Track 10: Green Chemistry for Nanoparticle Synthesis

This field has received nice attention in recent years thanks to its capability to style various, safer, energy economical, and fewer noxious routes towards synthesis. These routes are related to the rational utilization of assorted substances within the nanoparticle preparations and artificial strategies that are loosely mentioned during this tutorial review. this text isn't meant to produce AN thorough summary of inexperienced synthesis of nanoparticles, however, to gift many important aspects of synthesis with environmental considerations, involving the choice and analysis of nontoxic capping and reducing agents, the selection of innocuous solvents and therefore the development of energy-efficient artificial strategies.

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Biochemical SocietyCanadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT), USA; American Oil Chemists' Society, USA; American Society of Brewing Chemists

Track 11: Chemistry in Coronavirus Research

Chemistry has a key position to play in perception the entirety from viral shape to pathogenesis, isolation of vaccines and therapies, as properly as in the improvement of materials and techniques used through basic researchers, virologists, and clinicians. This Virtual Issue aims to provide a quick overview of the important contributions of chemistry to understanding and controlling the spread of coronaviruses.

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Association of Greek Chemists, Europe;  Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC), Canada; Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CSLT), Asia;; Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers, Asia; Society of Chemical Engineers (SCEJ), Japan, Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, Asia. 

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  • Track 1 : Green and Sustainable Chemistry
  • Track 2 : Green Chemistry In Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Track 3 : Green Chemistry: Challenges and Opportunity
  • Track 4 : Analytical Methods In Green Chemistry
  • Track 5 : Green Polymer and Plastic Chemistry
  • Track 6 : Green Manufacturing and Engineering
  • Track 7 : Biofuels and Alternative Energy
  • Track 8 : Bio-Separations: Recent Advances
  • Track 9 : Green Chemistry for Nanoparticle Synthesis
  • Track 10 : Green Chemistry: Foundations in Cosmetic Sciences

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Organizing Committee

Nicholas Ashford

Nicholas Ashford

Professor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Adelina  Kostal

Adelina Kostal

Professor

Voutchkova Kostal Group, USA

Osam Adiguzel

Osam Adiguzel

Professor

FIRAT University, Turkey

Zabihollah Rezaee

Zabihollah Rezaee

Professor

University of Memphis, USA

Meg Sobkowicz

Meg Sobkowicz

Associate Professor

Francis College of Engineering, USA

Ettigounder Ponnusamy

Ettigounder Ponnusamy

Global Manager

MilliporeSigma, USA

Supawan Tantayanon

Supawan Tantayanon

Director

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Loai Aljerf

Loai Aljerf

Professor

Damascus University

Speakers

Hanan Abdel Hamid

Hanan Abdel Hamid

Beni Seuf University

Egypt

Damodar Prabhu

Damodar Prabhu

Professor

India

S. K. Mehta

S. K. Mehta

Professor

India

V. K. Jain

V. K. Jain

Professor

India

Shilpee Sachar

Shilpee Sachar

Professor

India

P. M. More

P. M. More

Professor

India

Chetna S. Bhagoji

Chetna S. Bhagoji

Assistant Professor

India

Hitendrakumar Mangubhai Patel

Hitendrakumar Mangubhai Patel

Professor

India

K. R. DESAI

K. R. DESAI

Professor, India

India

Ashok K Prasad

Ashok K Prasad

Professor

India

Ahindra Nag

Ahindra Nag

Professor

India

Iqra Zubair Awan

Iqra Zubair Awan

Doctor

Pakistan

Ahwan Panigrahi

Ahwan Panigrahi

IISC, Bangalore

India

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