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CHEMISTRY CONGRESS 2023

About Conference


World Summit on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry dedicated to co-ordinate the vibrant events of multifarious scholars to be presented in the conference program which will be held on March 15-16, 2023 at London, UK. This event offers a unique value to scientific experts, students, academics and industrial researcher’s practical application and peer to peer networking and collaboration.

It aims to bring together leading academic scientists, scholars and researchers to share and share their research and research findings across all aspects of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. It also provides   transformative professional development experience with a wide range of research teams, experts and educators to present and discuss current innovations, trends, concerns and current challenges and solutions in the field of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry.

Organic and Inorganic Chemistry has wide scope in the world has a vast growing Drug industry and Therapeutics. Increasing number of drugs and Pharma companies all over the world is the clear indication of growing scope in this area. Chemistry Congress 2023 is unique in its approach of encouraging a dialogue between Speakers and Delegates through its well planned agenda with its series of talk, Poster Presentations, Panel discussions  and networking events that will keep Participants engaged in learning.

Why to attend?

  • Meet and exchange knowledge and ideas on hundreds of рrоfessiоnаls who are leaders in chemistry& know how scientists' approach perspectives recurring problems
  • Enhance relationships to develop a new market and gather vital information about technology and development resources
  • Discuss current advancements and future trends in chemical research.
  • Tор Industries рresentаtiоn of philanthropists where you receive a great орроrtunity to discuss with Industrial Leaders in рersоn, get closer to how industry strategies change to meet new challenges.
  • An exclusive орроrtunity to listen the worldwide researchers talk at our keynote sessions by world’s most high-ranking researchers in the field of chemistry
  • Get to know the design so that you can achieve your goals and achieve your goal of improvement.

Our Target Audience

  • Chemistry researchers
  • Chemistry scholars
  • Young researchers
  • Chemistry scientists
  • Students
  • Professors and Assistant Professors of Chemistry
  • Partners and Academicians related to Chemistry
  • Post-Doctoral and Researchers in Chemistry
  • Head of Chemistry Departments
  • Postgraduates and Graduates in Chemistry
  • Research centre Chemists
  • Inorganic chemists
  • Philanthropists in chemistry

Sessions / Tracks

Track 1: Aspects of Organic chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry

A carbon atom can form covalent bonds with itself and other elements, creating an incomprehensible array of structures. In organic chemistry, we will learn about reactions and how chemists have used them to build carbon-based structures, as well as analytical methods to characterize them. We will also know how these reactions take place at the molecular level with reaction mechanisms. Simply put, organic chemistry is like building with molecular Lego.

Inorganic chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the behavior and synthesis of organometallic and inorganic compounds.

Track 2: New Trends in Polymer Science: Planet Life, Human Life

Polymer science and material invention are undoubtedly key to breakthroughs in major advances that focus on synthetic monomers and polymers, which are the building blocks of hydrocarbon-based plastics.

Track 3: Green and Environmental Chemistry

Environmental chemistry studies the effects of polluting chemicals on nature, while green chemistry involves the processing and development of chemical products to reduce the use of hazardous chemicals, prevent pollution at the molecular level, and apply creative scientific solutions to real environmental problems.

Track 4: Catalysis and Bio catalysis

Catalysis is the process of adjusting the rate of a chemical reaction, usually accelerated by the addition of a catalyst that is not consumed during the reaction. Simply put, catalysis is a way to increase the rate of a synthetic reaction by including energy that is not expended on the catalyzed reaction and can work over and over again to improve the response. It works by opening a path between the primary reactant and the final product with a lower activation limit than in an uncatalyzed process.

Biocatalysis is a chemical process in which biological components such as enzymes, components of cells that still reside in a living component, are used as a catalyst. Biocatalysis is mostly used in the pharmaceutical industry to produce molecular drugs.

Track 5: Chemical engineering, Modern Drug Discovery & Development

Drug design, also referred to as integrated development, predicts the era of customized medicine. A drug is a small organic molecule that activates or inhibits the function of a biomolecule such as a protein, resulting in a therapeutic benefit to the patient. Therefore, the design of the drug involves either a total restructuring of the lead or the development of an already available lead.

Chemical engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the processes, design, and operation of chemical plants in which materials undergo changes in their physical and chemical states. Chemical engineering is a field that focuses primarily on helping and also bringing advancements in healthcare. This area focuses on the development of various processing systems to ensure proper waste disposal.

Track 6:  Advances in Heterocyclic chemistry

Heterocyclic chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with heterocyclic compounds with a ring containing carbon and other elements such as oxygen, nitrogen and sulphur. These compounds have a cyclic structure with two to more different kinds of atoms in the ring. Here we are introduced to organic heterocyclic compounds in which the ring contains at least one carbon atom; atoms other than carbon are considered heteroatoms. Carbon is the most common atom in heterocyclic compounds, but the number and variety of heteroatoms in the rings of known compounds can vary.

Track 7: Stereochemistry of Organic compounds

Stereochemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the relative spatial arrangement of atoms that make up the structure and manipulation of molecules. Chemists work out the relationships between molecules that are made up of the same atoms. They mainly focus on stereoisomers, in which the sequence of bonded atoms in the molecular formula is the same, but they differ in the three-dimensional orientation of the atoms in space. Thus stereochemistry also referred to as 3D chemistry.

Track 8: Analytical techniques in organic chemistry

Analytical chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with qualitative and quantitative analysis. In a qualitative analysis, we will know about the presence or absence of a component, while in a quantitative analysis, we will know how much of a component is present.

Track 9: Crystallography

Crystallography is the study of determining the ordering of atoms in crystalline solids. Simply put, it is the study of crystals that includes the principles that govern their growth, external shape and internal structure.

Track 10: Medicinal chemistry

Medicinal chemistry is a field that limits the development, design and synthesis of pharmaceutical drugs. It is a combination of chemistry, especially pharmacology, synthetic organic chemistry and other biological sciences.

Track 11: Nano chemistry

Nanochemistry is the union of chemistry and nanoscience, an emerging new branch of chemistry, especially solid state chemistry, which suggests the development and study of preparation methods that are useful materials with nanometer dimensions (1–100 nm).

Track 12: Coordination Chemistry

Coordination chemistry is the study of compounds that have a central atom surrounded by molecules or anions known as ligands. Ligands are linked to the deciding atom by means of dative bonds, hereafter referred to as coordinate bonds, where both electrons in the bond are provided by the use of an identical atom on the ligand.

Metal-ligand bonds are typically thought of as Lewis acid-base interactions. The metal atom acts as an electron set acceptor (Lewis acid), while the ligands act as electron pair donors (Lewis base). The nature of the metal-ligand bond is stronger than intermolecular forces because they form directional bonds between the metal ion and the ligand, but they are weaker than covalent bonds and ionic bonds.

Track 13: Agricultural biochemistry

Agrochemistry, or agricultural chemistry, deals with organic chemistry and biochemistry in relation to agriculture, which affects chemical and biochemical processes in soil and plants using fertilizers and other chemicals to improve fertility and yield.

It also shows several ways to increase yield, such as herbicides and growth stimulants, and serves as a scientific basis for introducing chemical processes into agriculture. it is the science of the chemical composition and changes involved in the production, conservation and utilization of crops and livestock. As an applied science and technology, it is focused on controlling these processes in order to economically increase yield and quality. Simply put, agricultural chemistry is the application of chemistry to agricultural production to improve yield and quality at an affordable cost.

Track 14: Computational Advances in Organic Chemistry

Modern organic chemistry deals with natural chemistry and uses many unique strategies to look at natural compounds, such as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, which deals with the connectivity of atoms, elemental evaluation, which deals with deducing the elemental composition of a molecule, mass spectrometry, which is look at the molecular weight and the pattern of its shape, the crystallography that offers with the localization of the molecular geometry.

Track 15: Electro chemistry

Electrochemistry is the study of the production of electricity from entropy released through spontaneous chemical reactions and the use of electrical energy to induce non-spontaneous chemical changes. Electricity can be rise by the movement of electrons from one element to another in a reaction known as a redox or oxidation-reduction reaction.

Track 16: Physical organic chemistry and bioorganic chemistry

In bioorganic chemistry we will study a combination of organic and biochemistry. It is simply the study of biological processes using chemical methods that include transformation, biosynthesis and elimination reactions of organic elements such as hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and metabolism. Reactions include oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis, hydroxylation, phosphorylation, etc.

Physical organic chemistry predicts the relationship between chemical reaction and structures and how we apply the experimental tools of physical chemistry to the study of organic chemistry. Here we focus mainly on thermodynamics and kinetics to know how far the reaction will proceed quickly.

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Conference Date March 15-16, 2023

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