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25th World Congress on Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, will be organized around the theme “Analytical chemistry research for COVID-19 treatment”

Anlytical Chemistry 2023 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Anlytical Chemistry 2023

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The development of tools and methods to measure the physical properties of substances and apply those techniques to the identification of their presence (qualitative analysis) and quantify the amount present (quantitative analysis) of species in a wide range of settings are all examples of analytical techniques.

  • Track 1-1Standardizing analytical methods
  • Track 1-2Gravimetric methods
  • Track 1-3Electrochemical methods
  • Track 1-4Additional resources
  • Track 1-5Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 1-6Titrimetric methods
  • Track 1-7Spectroscopic methods
  • Track 1-8Chromatography& Electrophoresis
  • Track 1-9Quality assurance
  • Track 1-10Equilibrium chemistry

The study of how light and other types of radiation are absorbed and emitted by materials is known as spectroscopy. In a manner similar to how a prism divides light into a rainbow of colours, it involves splitting light (or more accurately electromagnetic radiation) into its individual wavelengths (a spectrum).

  • Track 2-1Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS)
  • Track 2-2Atomic emission spectroscopy (AES)
  • Track 2-3Atomic fluorescence spectroscopy (AFS).
  • Track 2-4Atomic fluorescence spectroscopy (AFS).

Using electric and magnetic forces, mass spectrometry calculates the mass-to-charge ratio of molecules. Electron ionization, chemical ionization, electrospray ionization, rapid atom bombardment, matrix aided laser desorption/ionization, and other techniques are examples of ionization procedures.

  • Track 3-1The Ion Source
  • Track 3-2The Analyser
  • Track 3-3The Detector System

A laboratory method for separating a mixture of components could be chromatography. The mixture is dissolved in a mobile phase solution, which transports it through a structure containing a stationary phase solution. The mixture's various components will move through various media at varying speeds, resulting in distinct.

  • Track 4-1Paper Chromatography
  • Track 4-2Thin Layer Chromatography
  • Track 4-3Liquid Chromatography
  • Track 4-4HPLC Techniques

A class of analytical chemistry techniques known as electroanalytical methods examines an analyte by measuring its potential (in volts) and/or current (in amps) in an electrochemical cell. Depending on which features of the cell are manipulated and which are measured, these techniques can be divided into a number of categories.

  • Track 5-1Potentiometry
  • Track 5-2Coulometry
  • Track 5-3Voltammetry

The properties of materials are examined as they vary with temperature in a field of materials science called thermal analysis. In general, simultaneous thermal analysis refers to the use of thermogravimetry and differential scanning calorimetry on the same sample in the same instrument at the same time.

  • Track 6-1Dielectric thermal analysis
  • Track 6-2Thermo-optical analysis
  • Track 6-3Thermogravimetric analysis
  • Track 6-4Laser flash analysis
  • Track 6-5Isothermal micro calorimetry
  • Track 6-6Isothermal titration calorimetry
  • Track 6-7Evolved gas analysis
  • Track 6-8Dynamic mechanical analysis
  • Track 6-9Dilatometry
  • Track 6-10Differential scanning calorimetry
  • Track 6-11Differential thermal analysis
  • Track 6-12Derivatography

Hybrid approaches help identify and measure the components in a mixture by combining two or more analytical techniques.

  • Track 7-1Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS)
  • Track 7-2Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS)
  • Track 7-3Gas chromatography-infrared spectroscopy (GC-IR)
  • Track 7-4Liquid chromatography-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (LC-NMR)

Hybrid techniques are a combination of two or more analytical techniques that aid in the detection and quantification of components in a mixture.

  • Track 8-1Electron microscopy
  • Track 8-2Photoacoustic microscopy
  • Track 8-3Laser microscopy
  • Track 8-4Digital pathology (virtual microscopy)
  • Track 8-5Digital holographic microscopy
  • Track 8-6Infrared microscopy
  • Track 8-7Ultraviolet microscopy
  • Track 8-8Optical microscopy
  • Track 8-9Scanning probe microscopy
  • Track 8-10Amateur microscopy

Chromatography may be a method used in laboratories to separate a mixture of components. A solution known as the mobile phase dissolves the mixture and transports it through a structure containing the stationary phase. The combination will split because its various components move through different media at varying speeds.

  • Track 9-1Prevent Diseases
  • Track 9-2Food Containment
  • Track 9-3Plants Secondary Metabolites
  • Track 9-4Nutrition Deficiency

The approach of separation is key unit activity within the majority of the substance and various process plants, Modern Pharmaceutical Techniques. Almost like the refining process, retention process, adsorption process, and so forth, some of the separation forms follow standard and customary practices.

  • Track 10-1Hyphenated Separation Techniques
  • Track 10-2Chromatography as a Separation Technique
  • Track 10-3Spectroscopy as Separation Technique

It is the area of physical research that examines the relationship between control, as a quantifiable and quantitative consideration, and observable substance change, with control being viewed as either an indirect result of a specific compound change or in a different way.

  • Track 11-1Environmental Electro chemistry
  • Track 11-2Photo electrochemistry
  • Track 11-3Electro thermodynamics
  • Track 11-4Physical and Analytical Electro chemistry

The goal of green analytical science is to employ systematic methodologies that generate less hazardous waste, which are safer to use and better for the environment. the development of new analytical techniques changing an old strategy to combine methods that either employ less risky synthetic compounds or use smaller amounts of risky synthetic substances.

  • Track 12-1Future Sources of Green Energy
  • Track 12-2Benign Process Technology
  • Track 12-3Catalytic Degradation of Pollutants
  • Track 12-4Development and Application of Renewable Resource

Pharmaceutical analytics is a method or a course of action of styles to honor or perhaps measure a substance or tradition, the path of a pharmaceutical game plan or blend, or the protestation of the structures of manipulated composites used as a part of the arrangement of pharmaceutical stuff.

  • Track 13-1Pharmaceutical Powder and Particle Morphology
  • Track 13-2Analysis of Traditional Indian System of Medicine
  • Track 13-3Pharmaceutical Analysis of Complex System
  • Track 13-4Nanoparticles in Pharmaceutical Products Analysis

This method involves the proper interface being used to couple or blend two different analytical methodologies. Spectroscopic techniques are frequently combined with chromatographic procedures. The phrase "hyphenated methods" refers to a combination of identification-identification, separation-separation, and other procedures.

  • Track 14-1GC-MS
  • Track 14-2LC-MS
  • Track 14-3LC-MS-MS
  • Track 14-4GC-NMR
  • Track 14-5GC-IR

The proteome, a collection of molecules, may also be the focus of proteomics. The proteome is dynamic and is defined as the collection of proteins expressed by a particular cell under a particular set of circumstances. Protein counts within a specific human proteome are frequently as high as 2 million.

  • Track 15-1Mass Spectrometry Proteomics
  • Track 15-2Integrating Transcriptomics and Proteomics
  • Track 15-3Protein Interactions in Biology
  • Track 15-4Proteomics in Biomedical Applications
  • Track 15-5Proteomics in Plant and Animal

Analytical chemistry's subfield of bioanalysis deals with the quantitative assessment of biotics (macromolecules, proteins, DNA, large-molecule drugs, metabolites) and xenobiotics (drugs and their metabolites, and biological molecules in unnatural places or amounts) in biological systems.

  • Track 16-1Hyphenated techniques
  • Track 16-2Chromatographic methods
  • Track 16-3Electrophoresis
  • Track 16-4Ligand binding assays
  • Track 16-5Nuclear magnetic resonance

A range of logical tools and systems are used in the disclosure of evidence or the examination of accoutrements relevant to the investigation of wrongdoings or other legal procedures.

  • Track 17-1Forensic Anthropology
  • Track 17-2Forensic Pathology
  • Track 17-3Forensic Science
  • Track 17-4Computational Forensics
  • Track 17-5Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology
  • Track 17-6Forensic Engineering

Chromatography is used in a variety of pharmaceutical diligences, as well as chemical and food assiduity. Environmental testing laboratories are generally looking for trace amounts of pollutants such as PCBs in waste canvas and fungicides.

  • Track 18-1Drug Discovery & Drug Development
  • Track 18-2Method Development & Validation of Drugs
  • Track 18-3Assay & Content Uniformity
  • Track 18-4Drug Impurities Analysis.

Chemical imaging (also known as quantitative – chemical mapping) is the analytical capability of creating a visual image of component distribution from simultaneous spectral and spatial, time information measurement. In contrast to multispectral imaging, which measures spaced spectral bands, hyperspectral imaging measures contiguous spectral bands.

  • Track 19-1Mid-infrared chemical imaging
  • Track 19-2Near-infrared chemical imaging
  • Track 19-3Raman chemical imaging

An electron microscope is a type of microscope that illuminates with a beam of accelerated electrons. Because an electron's wavelength can be 100,000 times shorter than that of visible light photons, electron microscopes have a higher resolving power and can reveal the structure of smaller objects than light microscopes.

  • Track 20-1Transmission electron microscope (TEM)
  • Track 20-2Scanning electron microscope (SEM)
  • Track 20-3Reflection electron microscope (REM)
  • Track 20-4Scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM)

Chemometrics is a chemical discipline that employs mathematical, statistical, and other methods based on formal logic to design or select optimal measurement procedures and experiments, as well as to provide the most relevant chemical information by analyzing chemical data.

  • Track 21-1Multivariate calibration
  • Track 21-2Classification, pattern recognition, clustering
  • Track 21-3Multivariate curve resolution

A class of analytical chemistry techniques known as electroanalytical methods examines an analyte by measuring its potential (in volts) and/or current (in amps) in an electrochemical cell. Depending on which features of the cell are manipulated and which are measured, these techniques can be divided into a number of categories.

  • Track 22-1Potentiometry
  • Track 22-2Coulometry
  • Track 22-3Voltammetry

The interaction between human and non-human elements of the biosphere is the focus of the interdisciplinary major of environmental analysis. The major uses methods from the social sciences, humanities, and sciences to comprehend and address environmental issues.

  • Track 23-1Environmental Science
  • Track 23-2Environmental Policy
  • Track 23-3Environment & Society
  • Track 23-4Sustainability and the Built Environment

To find pesticide traces, optical sensors based on surface-enhanced Raman scattering, UV-visible absorption, fluorescence, phosphorescence, chemiluminescence, and plasmon resonance are frequently utilized. Molecularly imprinted polymers have often been utilized in pesticide analysis as a selective adsorbent and the recognition component of optical sensors.

  • Track 24-1Photoconductive devices
  • Track 24-2Photovoltaic cell (solar cell)
  • Track 24-3Photodiodes

Bioanalytical chemistry is a critical discipline in biomedical research for the study of biological processes, disease detection, and diagnosis. Bioanalytical chemists assist with pre-clinical and clinical drug and biopharmaceutical trials.

  • Track 25-1Hyphenated techniques
  • Track 25-2Chromatographic strategies
  • Track 25-3Ligand bio-diagnostic procedures