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Volume 3: Sustainable Nanochemistry




ISBN 9781771887793
Published May 6, 2020 by Apple Academic Press
500 Pages 29 Color & 93 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

The final volume of this new innovative and informative three-volume set explains and explores the essential basic and advanced concepts from various areas within the nanosciences. This volume primarily focuses on increasing awareness of sustainable nanochemistry, meaning the social and economic impact of nanochemistry, in order to mitigate ecological resource depletion and to promote the exploration of nature as a resource for future benefits. This volume adopts a pharmacological lens, examining the multitude of ways in which nano-research can contribute to the development of pharmaceutical drugs and paying particular attention to toxicology and renewable energy within nanochemistry.

Under the vast expertise of the editor, the volume contains 34 entries contributed by renowned international scientists and scholars. The content in this volume covers topics such as anti-HIV agents, ecotoxicology, solar cells and photovoltaic phenomena, spectral-SAR, and more—alphabetically organized and accompanied by equations, figures, and brief letters in order to emphasize the potential applications of the concepts discussed.

Table of Contents

1. Anti-HIV Agents

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ and Putz

2. Biopolymers (BIOPOLY)

Lorentz Jӓntschi and Sorana D. Bolboacӑ

3. Cancer Activity (CA)/Anticancer Activity (ACA)

Grdisa Mira and Ana-Matea Mikecin

4. Cancer/Anti-Cancer Chemotherapy: Pharmacological Management

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ et al.

5. Cell Cycle (CC)

Grdisa Mira and Ana-Matea Mikecin

6. Classification Models Using Decision Tree, Random Forest, and Moving Average Analysis

Rohit Dutt, Harish Dureja, and A. K. Madan

7. Colorants, Pigments, and Dyes (CLRNT)

Serhat Variş and Lemi Türker

8. Cuboctahedron Model of Atomic Mass Based on a Dual Tetrahedral Coordinate System (TDCS)

James Garnett Sawyer II and Marla Jeanne Wagner

9. Diabetes Mellitus/Anti-DM Pharmacological Management

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ et al.

10. Drug Development

Corina Duda-Seiman, Daniel-Duda-Seiman, and Mihai V. Putz

11. Electrochemical Methods for Metal Recovery (ELMETHMETREC)

Mirela I. Iorga

12. Free-Wilson Model

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ and Mihai V. Putz

13. HIV Infections/AIDS/Anti-HIV&AIDS: Pharmacological Management

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ et al.

14. HIV-Integrase

Corina Duda-Seiman, Daniel-Duda-Seiman, and Mihai V. Putz

15. Köln-Model as Toxicologically Procedure for (Some) Metals (KMTPM)

Sergiu A. Chicu, Marina A. Tudoran, and Mihai V. Putz

16. Koeln-Model as Toxicologically Procedure for Oils and Derivatives (KMTPOD)

Sergiu A. Chicu, Marina A. Tudoran, and Mihai V. Putz

17. Logistic Enzyme Kinetics

Mihai V. Putz et al.

18. Minimal Steric Difference (MSD)

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ and Mihai V. Putz

19. Minimal Topological Difference

Corina Duda-Seiman, Daniel-Duda-Seiman, and Mihai V. Putz

20. Macromolecular Crowding (MC)

Adriana Isvoran et al.

21. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHS)

Marina A. Tudoran et al.

22. Pendentancy Based Molecular Descriptors for QSAR/QSPR Studies

Naveen Khatri, Harish Dureja, and A.K. Madan

23. Photovoltaic System (PVSYSTEM)

Marius C. Mirica, Marina A. Tudoran, and Mihai V. Putz

24. Protein Surface (PS)

Adriana Isvoran

25. Radiation (Induced) Synthesis (RADI-SYNTH)

Lorentz Jӓntschi and Sorana D. Bolboacӑ

26. Receptor Binding

Corina Duda-Seiman, Daniel-Duda-Seiman, and Mihai V. Putz

27. Smiles (SMILES)

Mihai V. Putz and Nicoleta A. Dudas

28. Solar Cell (SCELL)

Marius C. Mirica, Marina A. Tudoran, and Mihai V. Putz

29. Spectral-SAR

Mihai V. Putz et al.

30. Stem Cells (SC)

Ana-Matea Mikecin and Grdisa Mira

31. Steric Taft Parameters (STAFP)

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ and Mihai V. Putz

32. Sterimol Verloop Parameters (SVEP)

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ and Mihai V. Putz

33. Superaugmented Eccentric Connectivity Indices and Their Significance in Drug Discovery Process

Rohit Dutt, Harish Dureja, and A. K. Madan

34. Van Der Waals Molecular Volume

Bogdan Bumbӑcilӑ and Mihai V. Putz

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Editor(s)

Biography

Mihai V. Putz, PhD, MBA, Dr.-Habil, is currently a Full Professor of theoretical and computational physical-chemistry at his alma mater, West University of Timisoara, Romania.

Reviews

“Prof. Mihai V. Putz has done it again. Having authored a five-volume set of books on nanochemistry but a few years ago (Quantum Nanochemistry), Prof. Putz has now edited this set of three volumes, with 130 chapters/explicative essays/papers by internationally based, interdisciplinary authors. Prof. Putz clearly expresses his multiple goals for these three volumes; prominent among them is ‘to present informative and innovative contents alike, presented in a systematical and alphabetically manner.‘ The current volumes contain new insights alike for the beginning student and advanced practitioner of chemistry and of the multitude of related disciplines.  Prof. Putz, you are to be thanked for your studies, in the particular, now, for the editing of these new volumes (and also coauthoring however many chapters therein).”

—Prof. Joel F. Liebman, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)