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5th International Conference on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, will be organized around the theme “Strategic Approach and Future Generation Advancements in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry”
Organic and Inorganic Chemistry 2018 is comprised of 25 tracks and 200 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry 2018.
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Coordination refers to the "coordinate covalent bonds" (dipolar bonds) between the ligands and the central atom. In coordination chemistry, a structure is first described by its coordination number, the number of ligands attached to the metal (more specifically, the number of donor atoms). Usually one can count the ligands attached, but sometimes even the counting can become ambiguous.
Organometallic chemistry is the study of chemical compounds that are widely used both stoichiometrically in research and industrial chemical reactions. Organometallic compounds are often used as homogeneous catalysts. It is very important for the synthesis of complex molecules from simple starting materials.
- Track 1-1Organometallics compounds and Reactions
- Track 1-2Catalysis with organometallic complexes
- Track 1-3Organic ligands
- Track 1-4Surface and solution coordination chemistry
- Track 1-5Advancements in coordination chemistry
- Track 1-6Computational and Theoretical Coordination Chemistry
- Track 1-7Coordination Chemistry for Biomedical Imaging
Organic chemical engineering is a branch that applies physical sciences (physical science and organic natural science), life sciences (microbiology and organic chemistry), together with connected arithmetic and financial matters to deliver, change, transport, and appropriately utilize chemicals, materials and vitality.
- Track 2-1Advanced engineering processes
- Track 2-2Industrial organic chemical engineering
- Track 2-3Fundamental concept of organic chemical engineering
- Track 2-4Applications
Biotransformation refers to the chemical alteration of chemicals such as nutrients, amino acids, toxins, and drugs in the body. It is also needed to provide nonpolar compounds so that they are not reabsorbed in renal tubules and are excreted. The drug or toxin metabolism in a body is an example of a biotransformation. Because of the high stereo- or regioselectivity combined with high product purity and high enantiomeric excesses, biotransformation can be technically superior to traditional chemical synthesis.
- Track 3-1Applications of bio-transformations
- Track 3-2Bio-transformation of Drugs
- Track 3-3Isolation of bio-transformation products
- Track 3-4Biodegradative Pathways for Bio-transformation
- Track 3-5Bio-catalyst Production
- Track 3-6Biocatalyst Characterization and design
Chemoselectivity is defined as the selective reaction of one functional group in the presence of others, this process also includes convoluted and protecting groups that are on the molecular connectivity alone. The prediction of the outcomes is difficult where many reactions are plausible. Lab experiment is a method of investigation of the new chemical process and techniques. In an experiment, an independent variable (the cause) is manipulated and the dependent variable (the effect) is measured; any extraneous variables are controlled.
- Track 4-1Reduction of carbonyl groups
- Track 4-2Hydrogen as reducing agent
- Track 4-3Chromatography
- Track 4-4Separation of organic mixtures
- Track 4-5Identification of organic compounds
- Track 4-6Esterification
- Track 4-7Oxidation, reduction, decarboxylation, deamination
- Track 4-8Cannizaro reaction
Computational Chemistry is the area of chemistry which involves the use of computer simulation to predict, understand, or explain chemical reactivity and solving chemical problems. It uses methods of theoretical chemistry, incorporated into efficient computer programs, to calculate the structures and properties of molecules and solids.
- Track 5-1Computing Physical Properties
- Track 5-2Stereocontrol in Organic Reactions
- Track 5-3Interpreting Computational Aromaticity and Antiaromaticity
- Track 5-4Building and Characterizing Reactive Intermediates
- Track 5-5Transition-state modelling
- Track 5-6Predicting Spectra (IR, NMR, and UV/Vis)
- Track 5-7Analyzing Reaction Thermodynamics
- Track 5-8Visualizing Molecular Orbitals
- Track 5-9Visualizing Electronic Structures and Electrostatic Potentials
- Track 5-10Conformational Searching
- Track 5-11Computational methods
- Track 5-12Analyzing Organic Reactions
- Track 5-13Molecular Modelling for Organic Chemistry
It is the study of the influence of organic chemicals on the environment which includes the study of the structure of organic compounds, physical properties of organic compounds, chemical properties of organic compounds and the reactivity of organic compounds to understanding the behavior of organic compounds not only in the pure form but also in the aqueous and nonaqueous solutions as well as the chemistry of complex mixtures to reflect the manner in which such chemicals exist in the environment.
- Track 6-1Organic chemicals in the environment
- Track 6-2Environmental oxidations
- Track 6-3Environmental photochemistry
- Track 6-4Organic chromophores
- Track 6-5Environmental analytical chemistry
- Track 6-6Toxicants
- Track 6-7Pollution remediation
The global chemical industry is very large and competitive. It is expected to grow at a considerable rate in the future. The industry products account for a major share of the overall global chemicals industry. The global chemical industry consists of a very diverse and complicated range of products. In terms of revenue, it is one of the world’s largest markets. International conference on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry 2018 welcomes all the leading industries and eminent leaders to join us and share their ideas for enhancing the market of chemical Industry and factors affecting the strength of competition in the global chemicals market.
- Track 7-1Forecast of global chemical industry revenue growth
- Track 7-2Leading chemical companies
- Track 7-3Global organic chemicals market value
- Track 7-4Factors affecting the chemical market
- Track 7-5Production value of the chemical manufacturing industry
It is described as the field of chemistry which involves protection of environment from pollution. It comprises a new approach to the synthesis, processing and application of chemical substances, thus diminishing the hazards for human health and environmental pollution. It also governs on problems such as atom toxicity, economy, solvents, energy consumption, use of raw materials from renewable resources and decomposition of the chemical products to simple non-toxic substances that are compatible with the environment.
- Track 8-1Atom Economy
- Track 8-2Designing Safer Products
- Track 8-3Avoidance or Minimization of Hazardous Products
- Track 8-4Safer Solvents and Auxiliaries
- Track 8-5Use of Renewable Feedstocks
- Track 8-6Design of Degradable Products
- Track 8-7Analytical Chemistry in Green Technologies
- Track 8-8Inherently Safer Chemistry for Accident Prevention
It is a field of chemistry which involve the production of inorganic products on a large scale as well as chemicals that are used to produce high purity inorganics on a much smaller scale.
- Track 9-1Chemical industry revolution
- Track 9-2Materials for fuel-cell technology
- Track 9-3Modern methods in chemical analysis
It is defined as the analysis of chemical reactivity of metal ions in biological environments. Investigations of inorganic elements in processes e.g. nutrition, the toxicity of inorganic species, including the ways in which such toxicities are overcome both by natural systems and by human intervention, and of metal-ion transport and storage in biology.
- Track 10-1Metalloproteins and Metalloenzymes
- Track 10-2Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals
- Track 10-3Cell Toxicity and Chemotherapeutics
- Track 10-4Metal Complexes as Probes of Structure and Reactivity
- Track 10-5Metals in the Regulation of Biochemical Events
Metals is an important component for biological systems. As catalytic or structural cofactors, metal ions are critical to the function of up to an estimated one-third of all enzymes. Additionally, metals play diverse roles in biology. Not only do they operate in important biosynthetic pathways generating metabolic products, but also function as environmental toxins. Elucidating the important roles of metals in biological systems requires a multi-disciplinary approach at the interface of chemistry and biology. Bioinorganic Chemistry includes the study of both natural phenomena such as the behavior of metalloproteins as well as artificially introduced metals, including those that are non-essential, in medicine and toxicology. The discipline also includes the study of inorganic models or mimics that imitate the behavior of metalloproteins.
- Track 11-1Metals in Biology and Biomedical Sciences
- Track 11-2Applied inorganic chemistry
- Track 11-3Inorganic polymer
- Track 11-4Synthetic inorganic chemistry
- Track 11-5Molecular Catalysis for Water Oxidation and Reduction
- Track 11-6Nano-sciences of metal and metal complexes
- Track 11-7Metal Complexes in Energy and Environment
- Track 11-8Crystallographic aspects of materials
- Track 11-9Novel Metal Catalysts and Catalytic Reactions
- Track 11-10New Aspects in Transition Metal Catalysis
- Track 11-11Metal Complexes in Homogeneous Catalysis
Bioorganic chemistry is a scientific discipline that combines both organic chemistry and biochemistry. However medicinal chemistry is the field which focuses on small organic molecules that encompasses synthetic organic chemistry and aspects of natural products and computational chemistry in close combination with enzymology, chemical and structural biology, together aiming at the development and discovery of new therapeutic agents. organic chemistry is used to explain how enzymes catalyze the reactions of metabolic pathways and why metabolites react the way they do. It is focusing to expand organic-chemical research on structures, synthesis, and kinetics in a biological direction.
- Track 12-1General discussion on Medicinal and Synthetic Chemistry
- Track 12-2Biophysical Tools in Drug Discovery and Chemical Biology
- Track 12-3Design of New Cellular Tools for Biology
- Track 12-4Chemical Biology of Post-Translational Modification
- Track 12-5Proteins and Peptides with Novel Functions
- Track 12-6Chemical Biology Approach for treating diseases
- Track 12-7Drug Discovery in Autoimmunity
The relation between nanoparticles and organic chemistry are described based on the Nanomaterial catalysts that are usually heterogeneous catalysts broken up into metal nanoparticles to speed up the catalytic process.
- Track 13-1Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
- Track 13-2Application of nanoparticles in organic catalysis
- Track 13-3Various methods of synthesis of nanoparticles
- Track 13-4Nanoparticles based on nano-structured polymers
- Track 13-5Multimetallic nano-particles
- Track 13-6Gold nanoparticles-catalyzed oxidations in organic chemistry
Heterocyclic chemistry is the branch of organic chemistry dealing with the synthesis, properties, and applications of these heterocycles. Although heterocyclic compounds may be inorganic, most contain at least one carbon. While atoms that are neither carbon nor hydrogen are normally referred to in organic chemistry as heteroatoms, this is usually in comparison to the all-carbon backbone. It is characterized by the method, that some or all the atoms in their molecules are joined in rings containing at least one atom of an element other than carbon. Among the various clinical applications, heterocyclic compounds have a considerable active role as anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-tumor drugs.
- Track 14-1General Aspects of Heterocyclic Compounds
- Track 14-2Pharmaceutical applications
- Track 14-3Discovering new heterocyclic systems
- Track 14-4Heterocyclic Anticancer Compounds
- Track 14-5Heterocycles reactions
- Track 14-6Heterocycles synthesis
- Track 14-7Reactions of Saturated heterocycles
Organic chemistry is defined as the study of the structure, properties, and reactions of organic compounds and organic materials. The advanced research done by modern organic chemists impacts almost every aspect of human life, and the production of useful organic molecules remains one of the world's most profitable industries.
- Track 15-1New Synthetic Methods and Strategies
- Track 15-2Advances in Catalysis
- Track 15-3Process Development and Structure, Function Mechanism
- Track 15-4New Chemical Technologies
- Track 15-5Developments in the process of Metal Catalysis for Organic Synthesis
- Track 15-6Molecular Synthesis Advancements
- Track 15-7Synthetic Biology and Synthetic Chemistry Converge
Organic electronics is a field that provides the study of materials science related to the synthesis, characterization, designing, and application of small organic molecules or polymers that shows considerable electronic properties such as conductivity. It is made from organic (carbon-based) small molecules or polymers using synthetic strategies developed in the context of organic and polymer chemistry. Regiochemistry is defined as the preference of chemical bond making or breaking one direction to all other possible directions. It can often apply to which of many possible positions a reagent will affect, such as which proton a strong base will abstract from an organic molecule, or where on a substituted benzene ring a further substituent will add. Because of the ability of the formation of one product over another, the reaction is selective. This reaction is called regioselective because it selectively generates one constitutional isomer rather than the other.
- Track 16-1Conductive organic materials
- Track 16-2Conductive polymers
- Track 16-3Organic light-emitting diode
- Track 16-4Organic field-effect transistor
- Track 16-5Organic electronic devices
- Track 16-6Regioselectivity in electrophilic aromatic substitution
- Track 16-7Regioselectivity in radical reactions
- Track 16-8Nucleophilic and Electrophilic Attack
- Track 16-9Conjugate addition
Organic Geochemistry is the subject characterized by a high transdisciplinary and located at the edge of chemistry, environmental sciences, geology and biology. Organic geochemistry encompasses research as diverse as biogeochemistry, aspects of climate change studies, petroleum geochemistry, aspects of archaeology, and studies of extraterrestrial organic matter.
- Track 17-1Origin of petroleum
- Track 17-2Composition of primitive atmospheres
- Track 17-3Bio-geochemical prospecting for mineral deposits
- Track 17-4Origin of certain ore deposits
- Track 17-5Chemistry of natural waters, soil formation
- Track 17-6Chemistry of coal
- Track 17-7Applied analytical aspects
- Track 17-8Organic geochemistry in environmental sciences
Photochemistry is the study of the chemical effects of light. It is defined as the chemical reaction caused by absorption of ultraviolet. This field of chemistry is of immense importance as it is the basis of photosynthesis, vision, and the formation of vitamin D with sunlight.
- Track 18-1Organic reactions involved in photochemistry
- Track 18-2Electrocyclic reactions
- Track 18-3Radical reactions
- Track 18-4Photoisomerization
- Track 18-5Norrish reaction
Organic reactions are defined as the chemical reactions involving organic compounds which is used in the construction of new organic molecules. The basic organic chemistry reaction types are addition reactions, elimination reactions, substitution reactions, pericyclic reactions, rearrangement reactions, photochemical reactions and redox reactions. The chemicals and drugs, plastics, food additives, fabrics, all depends on organic reactions. Organic reactions are also important in the production of pharmaceuticals.
- Track 19-1New Reaction Methodology
- Track 19-2Efficient Processes in Drug Development
- Track 19-3Reaction Optimization and Design
- Track 19-4Synthesis of Bioactive Compounds
- Track 19-5New Strategies for Reaction Mechanisms
- Track 19-6Organic Process Research and Development
The process and methodologies involved in the determination of organic structures. The method is used in physical and analytical chemistry because of the unique spectra of atoms and molecules. As a result, these spectra can be used to detect, identify and quantify information about the atoms and molecules. There are different types of spectroscopic techniques which can be used to identify organic molecules.
- Track 20-1Applications to the Determination of Structure
- Track 20-2Application of Spectroscopic Methods in Molecular Structure Determination
- Track 20-3Determination of physical and chemical properties by NMR spectroscopy
- Track 20-4Analyzing organic compound with Infrared spectroscopy
- Track 20-5Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy techniques
- Track 20-6Determination of organic compounds by Mass Spectrometry
- Track 20-7Applications of Absorption Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds
- Track 20-8Organic and Chemical Reactions
- Track 20-9Applications to the Study of Macromolecules
- Track 20-10Structure Elucidation of Organic Molecules
Organic Synthesis means constructing a target molecule ranging from complex, biologically active natural products to new materials. Organic molecules sometimes contain a higher level of complexity than purely inorganic compounds, so that the synthesis of organic compounds has developed into one of the most important branches of organic chemistry.
- Track 21-1Innovations in Total Synthesis of Complex Molecules
- Track 21-2New Reaction Technologies
- Track 21-3Automation in organic synthesis
- Track 21-4Technology of basic organic and petrochemical synthesis
- Track 21-5Kinetics and thermodynamics of organic reactions
- Track 21-6Physical methods of separation and identification of organic compounds
- Track 21-7Chemical Technology of Organic Substances
- Track 21-8Methods of organic substances analysis
Organocatalysis refers to the rate of a chemical reaction increased by an organic catalyst referred to as an "organocatalyst" consisting of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur and other nonmetal elements found in organic compounds. The absence of sensitivity to oxygen and moisture, their ease availability, low cost, and low toxicity confers a huge direct benefit in the production of pharmaceutical intermediates when compared with (transition) metal catalysts is the advantages of the organocatalysts.
- Track 22-1Novel Reactivity and Catalytic Reactions
- Track 22-2Organic Chemistry and Cancer
- Track 22-3New catalytic strategies for chemical synthesis
- Track 22-4Chemical approaches for biosynthesis of small molecules
- Track 22-5Total synthesis of natural products
- Track 22-6Mechanistic organic chemistry
- Track 22-7Sustainable organic chemistry
- Track 22-8New Insights in Catalysis
It is the field of organic chemistry that focuses on the relationship between chemical structures and reactivity, applying experimental tools of physical chemistry to the study of organic molecules. Specific focal points of study include the rates of organic reactions, the relative chemical stabilities of the starting materials, reactive intermediates, transition states, and products of chemical reactions, and non-covalent aspects of solvation and molecular interactions that influence chemical reactivity.
- Track 23-1Catalysis and Photocatalysis
- Track 23-2Aromaticity and Conjugation
- Track 23-3Chemistry of Dimensional Polymers
- Track 23-4Supramolecular Interactions
- Track 23-5Application of Physical Organic Chemical Principles
- Track 23-6Crystallography approaches
- Track 23-7Conformational analysis
It refers to the study of the atoms related with the spatial arrangement of atoms within the molecules. Stereochemistry spans the entire spectrum of organic, inorganic, biological, physical and especially supramolecular chemistry. It includes methods to govern and describe these relationships and effect on the physical or biological properties and the way these relationships influence the reactivity of the molecules.
It is the field of chemistry generally emphasizes the study of crystalline solids because the geometric arrangement of molecules in the reacting solid can be determined.
- Track 24-1Physical transformations
- Track 24-2Stereo selectivity in cyclic molecules
- Track 24-3Stereochemical Issues in Chemical Biology
- Track 24-4Probe reaction mechanisms
- Track 24-5Analysis of 3 dimensional arrangement of molecules
- Track 24-6Conformations and Chirality
- Track 24-7Solid-solid reactions
- Track 24-8Solid state thermal reactions
- Track 24-9Solid state photochemical reactions
- Track 24-10Solid-gas reaction
- Track 24-11Reactions with cyclic intermediates
Organic Chemistry is a field of the scientific study deals with the reaction paths, interactions, applications, structure, properties, and reactions of organic compounds and organic materials. The study of organic reactions includes preparation of target compounds (e.g., natural products, drugs, polymers, etc.) by chemical synthesis, as well as the focused study of the reactivities of individual organic molecules, both in the laboratory and theoretical study. The advanced study includes diverse topics such as the development of new synthetic methods for the assembly of complex organic molecules and polymeric materials, organometallic catalysis, organocatalysis, natural product biosynthesis, structure and mechanistic analysis, diversity-oriented synthesis, theoretical chemistry and molecular modeling, and carbohydrate synthesis.