We would like to announce 5th International Conference on Physical and Theoretical Chemistry which is going to held on December 06-07, 2021 | Webinar with theme Latest Technologies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry.
Physical Chemistry 2021 aims at sharing new technologies and new ideas amongst the students, professionals and industrialists from research areas of Physical chemistry, thermochemistry, surface science, geochemistry to share their recent changes and applications in various fields and indulge in interactive discussions and technical sessions at the event. The Conference was also providing a space for institutions and/or companies to present their research results, services, products and their innovations
- Professors and Associate Professors
- Graduates and Post graduate students
- Presidents, CEO’s and Directors from companies
- Instrumental Companies
- Lab Technicians
- Physical Chemists
- Delegates from various pharma companies
On behalf of scientific and Organizing committee members we would like to welcome you to 5th International Conference on Physical and Theoretical Chemistry which is going to held on December 06-07, 2021 | Webinar with theme changing the World by Latest Technologies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry.
Track 1: Physical Chemistry
It is the branch of chemistry which studies the application of the techniques and theories of physics to the research of chemical systems. It deals with the relation between physical properties, chemical composition and transformations of substance. Physical chemists have been working closely for the materials by the scientists to investigate and to increase the use of new materials. Physical chemistry has been training the students broadly, and positioning them to work in a variety of scientific careers
- Inter molecular forces
- Complex compounds
- Chemical thermodynamics
- Environmental protection
Track 2: Chemical kinetics
It deals with direction of process of chemical reaction occurs but it does not tells nothing about its rate. The well-defined properties of one substance can be changed to other substance with distinct properties by chemical reaction mechanism. It involves in the determination of how different experimental conditions can influence the speed of a chemical reaction and which gives the information about mechanism of reaction and their transition states and also about the construction of mathematical models that can determine the characteristics of a chemical reaction.
- Rate of chemical reaction
- Order and molecularity of reaction
- Integrated rate equation
- Temperature dependence of reaction
- Collision theory
Track 3: Chemical Physics
It is the branch of physics that deals with chemical process from point of view of physics. It describes the physicochemical properties of substance with the help of techniques such as condensed matter physics, atomic and molecular physics. It includes information of about heterogeneous structures, statistical and classical mechanics, alignment and their surface phenomena, mathematical physics, quantum theory, laser physics and chemical kinetics. The theoretical chemical physicists create the simulations in the molecular processes probed in the experiments to explain in both of the results and guide the future investigations.
- Quantum mechanics and symmetry
- Coordination chemistry
- Nuclear and particle physics
Track 4: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
It deals with problems of energies, reaction mechanisms, molecules, surfaces, catalysis, reaction rates involving atoms, and properties. Theoretical chemistry use classical mechanics, statistical mechanics, and quantum mechanics to explain their structures. The Students who are participating in the theoretical and computational chemistry having the opportunity to learn computational methods such as atomistic/coarse grained molecular modeling, classical molecular dynamics simulations, quantum-mechanics molecular mechanics (QM/MM) simulations, and electronic structure calculations.
- Molecular modeling
- Molecular dynamics
- Theoretical chemical kinetics
- Mathematical chemistry
- Molecular mechanics
Track 5: Spectroscopy
It is defined as the study of interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation. The Spectroscopy is also used in astronomy and remote sensing on Earth. In Most of scientific research works, telescopes are having spectrographs. The measured spectra can be used to determine the chemical composition and physical properties of astronomical objects . It plays a major role in the electromagnetic spectrum, which is a fundamental exploratory tool in the fields of chemistry, astronomy and physics allowing the electronic structure, composition and physical structure of matter to get investigate at molecular scale, macro scale, atomic scale, and over astronomical distances .
- Mass spectrometry
- Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy
- Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
- X-ray spectroscopy
- Radio-frequency spectroscopy
- Microwave spectroscopy
Track 6: Physical Organic Chemistry
It is the study of the link between reactivity of organic molecules and their structures. It is the study of the structure of organic molecules and provides a theoretical framework that involved in the structure influences each rate of organic reactions and mechanisms. It will be thought of as a subfield that involves the organic chemistry with physical chemistry. The physical organic chemists will use each theoretical and experimental discipline like spectrum analysis, natural philosophy, process chemistry, chemical analysis and scientific theory to check each of the rates of organic reactions and also their relative chemical stability of the transition states, product and the beginning materials.
- Solvent effects
- Applications of physical organic chemistry
- Homogeneous mixture
- Solid - phase of matter
Track 7: Physical chemistry: A Molecular Approach
It employs the unifying principles of physical chemistry of macro molecules is to describe their structure, and inter molecular properties of macro molecules and their behavior in both solution and bulk states. It gives information about their structure, optical properties of macro molecules present in solution. This information is used in the experimental techniques, such as light scattering, and the results that are obtained are used to support the current theories. Physical Chemistry of Macro molecules describes where these models and techniques can be used to analyze and predict the properties of new polymeric materials.
- Applications of physical chemistry on macromolecules
- Synthesis of macromolecular compounds
- Electrostatic interactions in macromolecule solutions
- Macromolecular thermodynamics
- Distribution of molecular weight
- Particle size determination
Track 8: Radiation Chemistry
It is the study of chemical effects during the interaction of ionizing radiation with the substance. It is the sub division of nuclear chemistry and it is very different from radiochemistry .These radiations are used in industries during food preservation, synthesis of ethyl bromide, materials for textile finishing, curing of paints et c... When a medium is irradiated with low LET [linear energy transfer] radiation then the spurs are sparsely distributed across the track and that are unable to interact. When with high LET radiation the spurs can get overlap, allowing for inter-spur reactions, which are leading to different yields of products.
- Nuclear fuel cycle
- Nuclear power
- Nuclear medicine
- Polymer modification
- Nuclear physics
Track 9: Femtochemistry
It is the study of chemical reaction on extremely short time scales i.e. about 10-15 seconds .It explains which chemical reaction takes place and investigates why some reactions does not occur .It is applied in biological studies to determine the conformational dynamics of stem-loop RNA structures. The steps in some of the reactions may occur in a femtosecond timescale and sometimes in attosecond timescales and in sometimes they may form intermediate products during the chemical reaction. These intermediates which are formed during reaction cannot always be deduced from observing the start and end products.
- Laser Femtochemistry
- Pump–probe spectroscopy
- Femtosecond spectroscopy
- Atmospheric chemistry
Track 10: GEOCHEMISTRY
It explains about the mechanism involved in geological systems such as oceans and earth’s crust. It studies about structures, physical aspects of earth, composition and procedures. It helps environmental management companies decide how to discard of a toxic or hazardous substance. The geochemistry is mainly extending beyond the Earth, and encompassing the entire Solar System, and has been made important contributions to describe the number of processes such as the formation planets, mantle convection, and the origins of granite and basalt. The earth s mantle will get differentiated by mid ocean ridges through partial melting in which more refractory materials are being remained at the base of lithosphere and while the remaining arises to form basalt.
- Isotope geochemistry
- Cosmo chemistry
- Photo geochemistry
Track 11: ASTROCHEMISTRY
It the branch of study of chemical constituents that are found in outer space, generally on large scales such as molecular gas clouds. These are using, space vehicles to collect spectroscopic data, Earth-based telescopes and satellites. They have applied theories that are established on chemical dynamics, mathematical models, mechanics, kinetics and other physical principles. The word "astrochemistry" can be applied to both the interstellar medium and the solar system. The astrochemists will identify the chemical compositions and processes for planets, stars, comets, and interstellar media.
- Nucleosynthesis of heavier elements
- Astrochemical evolution
- Gas-grain chemistry
- Nuclear physics
Track 12: Photochemistry
It the study of isomerization , physical behavior and chemical reactions that occur during the influence of visible or UV light is known as Photo chemistry. The energy that is absorbed from light can show effect in photo chemical changes of the absorbing molecule, or in an adjacent molecule. The paths of photo chemical can access the high energy of intermediates that they cannot be generated thermally, thereby overcoming large activation barriers in a short period of time, and they can allow reactions otherwise inaccessible by thermal processes.
- Photo electrochemistry
- Inorganic and organometallic photochemistry
- Photo geochemistry
- Photo electrochemical cell
- Fluorescence and phosphorescence
Track 13: Thermochemistry
It is the study of the heat absorbed or liberated as a result of chemical reactions takes place. Chemical reactions involve the set of substances collectively referred to as products and conversion of a set of substances inclusively referred to as reactant. The reaction may release or absorb energy, and a phase change can do the same, such as in boiling and melting. Thermochemistry mainly focuses on these energy changes, mainly on the system's energy exchange with their surroundings. Thermochemistry mainly involves the calculations of such quantities as heat of formation, heat capacity, enthalpy, free energy, heat of combustion, and calories.
- Kinetic molecular theory of gases
Track 14: Biophysical Chemistry
It is a physical science that uses the concepts of physical chemistry for the study of biological systems and physics. These techniques will include spectroscopic methods such as x-ray diffraction and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). The biophysical chemists involve in some of the areas themselves are functional structure of cell membranes and protein structure. Similarly the structure and function of the bio membranes can be studied through the study of model supra molecular structures as phospholipid vesicles of different compositions and sizes or liposomes.
- Cell biophysics
- Cell biophysics
- Computational biophysics
- Nucleic acid structure