MOL2NET 2016, International Conference on Multidisciplinary Sciences, 2nd edition
01: Chemistry (All Areas), Soft Matter Physics, and Nanosciences
This section covers: All areas of Chemistry, including, Inorganic, Analytical, Physical, Organic, Medicinal, and Theoretical Chemistry as well as Soft Matter Physics, Biophysics, Polymers, Materials, and Nanosciences.
The topics of interest include both experimental and theoretical research in these areas. Including, but not limited to, Organic synthesis, Chemical reactivity, Catalysis, Solid State Chemistry, Inorganic Crystals, Crystal Symmetry, and Complexes. Physicochemistry and Analytical chemistry techniques; Spectroscopy (X-Ray, NMR, IR, EPR, Mass Spectroscopy), Chromatography and sample preparation techniques, TEM and SEM Microscopy.
The section also covers experimental and/or theoretical analysis of artificial polymers, biopolymers, materials, nanomaterials, etc. Experimental and theoretical study of carbon nanomaterials (Graphene, Fullerenes, Nanotubes, Diamonoids), Ceramic materials, Alloys. Biopolymeric Nanomaterials for biosciences (drug carriers, diagnosis tools, medical imaging) including Dendrimer, Protein nanoparticle. Shape Memory Polymers, Nanopatterning, and Surface Imprinting.
Last but not least, the section includes studies in theoretical and computational methods: Chemoinformatics and Computer Aidded Drug Design (CADD) methods, Computational Chemistry, Quantum Mechanics (Ab inition, DFT, MP3, AM1 methods), Monte Carlo (MC) algorithm, Quantitative Structure-Reactivity, Structure-Property, or Structure-Retention Relationships (QSPR/QSRR) models in organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry. Chemometrics, Experimental Design, and Data Analysis in Analytical chemistry.