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ISAR International Journal of Advances in chemistry

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Diesel Engine Efficiency and Emissions using Biodiesel and its Blends


Authors: Jitendra Sharad Narkhede , Dr.Kishor B. Waghulde

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    The usage of vegetable oil as a fuel for compression ignition engines is not a fresh idea. Rudolph Diesel used peanut oil towards fuel diesel engines in the late 1800s. Petroleum-based diesel fuel has been the fuel of choice for the diesel engine for numerous years due to a plentiful resource and low fuel prices. Biodiesel is being assessed for use as a fuel for diesel engines due to its cleaner burning propensities, environmental welfares, and for energy safety causes. Diesel engine efficacy is categorized by its performance, combustion and emission parameters. All these parameters will be discoursed in detail in this section.
    Key word :- Biodiesel, Engine performance, Diesel, Combustion.

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    Jitendra Sharad Narkhede , Dr.Kishor B. Waghulde, "Diesel Engine Efficiency and Emissions using Biodiesel and its Blends" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in chemistry , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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The Use of Starch Processing Enzymes in the Food Industry


Authors: Wasim B. Patel, Ritesh G. Deokar

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    Man?s usage of enzymes dates back to the earliest times of civilization. Significant human activities in primeval communities such as the production of certain kinds of foods and beverages, and the tanning of hides and skins to produce leather for garments, involved the application of enzyme activities, albeit unintentionally. Though, not until the 19th century with the development of biochemistry and the pioneering work of a number of well-known scientists did the nature of enzymes and how they work initiate to be explained. The nineteen-sixties observed two major revolutions that had a major effect on the enzyme industry: the commercialisation of glucoamylase which catalyses the manufacture of glucose from starch with much greater efficacy than that of the chemical process of acid hydrolysis, and the launch of the first enzyme-containing detergents. In this paper we are going to see starch treating enzymes and their usage in the food production in detail.
    Key word :- Starch, Enzyme, Food Industry, Amylase, Isomerisation. .

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    Wasim B. Patel, Ritesh G. Deokar, "The Use of Starch Processing Enzymes in the Food Industry" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in chemistry , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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Kinetics of Nitrite ION Catalysed Oxidation of Indigo carmine by Chloramine-T in Acidic Buffer (PH 5.8) Medium


Authors: Sruthi Reddy , G. Poornachandra Rao

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    Indigocarmine or IC (5, 5'-indigodisulfonic acid, disodium salt) is a dye which is used as a redox indicator in analytical chemistry and as a microscopic pigment in biology. The chemistry of IC and its derivatives has been reviewed by Rodd. It is castoff as dye in the textile industry and manufacture of capsules. In surgery, circulatory indigocarmine is used to highlight the urinary tract. IC is sanctioned for use as a food colourant in the United States and Europian countries. Though indigocarmine in solution has been assessed with the help of organic haloamine and other substances. Only very rare kinetic studies are described in literature of this indole derivative.
    Key word :- Nitrite Ion, oxidation of indigocarmine Chloramine-T, Acidic Buffer Medium.. .

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    Sruthi Reddy , G. Poornachandra Rao, "Kinetics of Nitrite ION Catalysed Oxidation of Indigo carmine by Chloramine-T in Acidic Buffer (PH 5.8) Medium" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in chemistry , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Mercury (II) with Dicyclohexano-18-crown-6 and its Application to Industrial Wastes


Authors: Jaydev.M.Bhavsar ,Nikita Gaikwad

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    An innovative region specific method is essential to improve an environmentally and economically viable process to address the iron oxide waste problem. One such choice is to create high purity metal oxides for use in pigment, electronic and catalyst manufacturing. Currently, approaches based on liquid-liquid extraction has arisen as a novel and exclusive method for the separation and recovery of metal ions from mineral sources as well as from industrial waste streams in place of the customary pyrometallurgical methods for the reason that of its simplicity, versatility, easy recovery and ready adaptability to scaling up of the procedure. The present work purposes to investigate novel solid waste remediation procedure through resource recovery (metal values) and its reintegration as value added state-of- art products by employing liquid-liquid extraction method.
    Key word :- Extraction of Mercury (II), Industrial wastes, EDTA, Chlor-Alkali industry, DC18C6 complex.

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    Jaydev.M.Bhavsar ,Nikita Gaikwad, "Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Mercury (II) with Dicyclohexano-18-crown-6 and its Application to Industrial Wastes" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in chemistry , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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Photochemical Treatments of Textile Industries Wastewater


Authors: Anuradha Teotia, Dr. M. S. Baghel

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    Chemical compounds that raise the rate of a reaction by lowering the activation energy mandatory are termed the catalyst and it is used to range the transition state. A catalyst is not inspired as part of the reaction method, unlike reactants. By using a catalyst, the method of speeding up a reaction is so-called Catalysis. With instances of each kind this page looks at the dissimilar kinds of catalyst (heterogeneous and homogeneous), and clarifications of how they work. You will also find a description of instance - autocatalysis - a reaction which is catalysed by one of its products.
    Key word :- Photochemical, Textile Industries, Wastewater treatment, oxidation process, mineralization.

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    Anuradha Teotia, Dr. M. S. Baghel, "Photochemical Treatments of Textile Industries Wastewater" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in chemistry , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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