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Mini Review

The In-Situ Spectroscopy to Investigate the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2

Authors: Meng Y*, Feng X, Hao C, Sun Q and Javey A


Research Article

Absorption of Carbon Dioxide into Glycine Activated Methyldiethanolamine (MDEA) Comparing with Diethanolamine (DEA)

Authors: Elhosane Y, Elhesain MHA, Muawia M and Abdalla M*


Review Article

Design and Synthesys of Highly Stretchable and Tough Adhesive Hydrogels for Dry and Wet Biomedical Applications

Authors: Neves D, Oechsler BF and Machado RAF*


Review Article

A Review on Extraction of Bioactive Compounds from Moringa oleifera Leaves: Their Principle, Advantages, and Disadvantages

Authors: Paveanthan Mehganathan and Nur Ayshah Rosli*


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Featured Article

Intensification of Synthesis of Crystalline Zinc Phosphate (Zn3(Po4)2) Nanopowder: Advantage of Sonochemical Method Over Conventional Method

Abstract In the present study, nano-sized zinc phosphate (ZP) powders were prepared using conventional (NUS) and sonochemically assisted (US) precipitation method, using zinc chloride and potassium dihydrogen phosphate as precursors and 25% of ammonia solution

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