Volume -7, Issue -3  Feb 2021

Consumer Perception of Environmentally Friendly Antimicrobial Textiles: a case study from India
Authors : Prabhuraj D. Venkatraman,Usha Sayed,Sneha Parte,Swati Korgaonkar,


The recent global pandemic and an increasing awareness for hygiene led to changes in consumers’ behaviour towards their health and wellbeing. Owing to growing consumers’ knowledge on the environmental impact of textiles, especially those who are health conscious and living in cities, it becomes vital to explore their perception towards antimicrobial textiles. This study investigated... Read More

Use of Hen Feathers as a Potential Biosorbent for the Removal of Malachite Green
Authors : Polimetla Jeremiah Sunadh,V. Sridevi,P. Joel Joy,P. James Joy,


Waste material, hen feather, a biosorbent was successfully utilized in removing a water-soluble hazardous Malachite Green Dye. The study incorporates the effect of parameters time, initial concentration, adsorbent dosage, pH, temperature. The adsorption data validates up to 99.80%of the malachite green dye was biosorbed at 303 K demonstrating the biosorbent potential of the waste (hen... Read More

 Novel Approach to Increase Integration Rate of Elements in the Telescopic Amplifier Circuit
Authors : E.L. Pankratov,


In this paper we introduce an approach to increase integration rate of field-effect transistors framework of a telescopic amplifier. Framework the approach we consider a heterostructure with special configuration. Several specific areas of the heterostructure should be doped by diffusion or ion implantation. Annealing of dopant and/or radiation defects should be optimized. The optimization gives... Read More

 A Review on Harmful Effects of Phenolic Antioxidants– Zebrafish as a Potential Model to Evaluate Toxicity
Authors : Lam Sudha Rani,Veluru Sridevi,Sri Himaja Pamu,Dimisulu Priyanka,Venkat Rao Poiba ,


The synthetic phenolic antioxidants (SPAs) are widely used as an additives in food, cosmetic and plastic industries to increase the tenability. These antioxidants are degraded into mammals, yet as into the environment like river and water. for instance the common intake of BHT (butyl hydroxytoulene) i.e. one among the kinds of SPAs (synthetic phenolic antioxidants) being is estimated to be 0.3... Read More

 Synthesis and Characterization of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Using  Justicia Adhatoda Leaf Extract
Authors : V. Karthika,V. Ramya,V Kalaiselvi,S. Shanmathi,


Nanotechnology is one of the leading scientific fields since it combines knowledge from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, Informatics and Engineering. In the present study, zinc oxide nanoparticles are synthesized using Justicia Adhatoda leaf extract as reducing as well as capping agent. The synthesized nanoparticles are characterized by various techniques such as XRD, FT-IR, SEM, and EDAX.... Read More

Application of Herbs for Wound Dressings - Review
Authors : Usha Sayed,Ishika Deshmukh ,


A dressing is a sterile pad or compress applied to a wound to promote healing and protect the wound from further damage. Wounds are defined as self healing process but chronic wounds needs better handling and care from different parameters like moist conditions, application of herbs biocompatibility, and microbial infections. Wound dressing gives excellent wound healing than conventional/... Read More

Numerical Simulation of Novel Hybrid Solid  Desiccant Bed for Drying
Authors : Selvaraji Muthu,N. Sekarapandian,


In this paper, a novel design of hybrid stationary packed solid desiccant bed is proposed and numerical simulation of the performance for drying of gases is presented. The pro-posed hybrid packed beds is consists of a mixture of solid desiccants of different types having both fixed and varying particle diameter distribution along the vertical axis direction. Generally in the beds of this type,... Read More

Synthesis and Characterization of Pure Nanosilver, Pineapple and Fig Capped Nanosilver with Potential as Smart Biomaterials for In-Vitro Studies
Authors : T. Poornidevi,P. Anitha,


Smart biomaterials materialize biomaterials as enzymes, polymers, materials and that are widely used in drug delivery and in biomedical applications. Enzymes bromelain and ficin are form of smart biomaterials present only in pineapple and fig. In the present study, pure nanosilver, pineapple and fig capped nanosilver are synthesized using sol-gel method. The surface morphology, elemental... Read More

On Intuitionistic Fuzzy Soft Ideal Topological Spaces
Authors : Fadhil Abbas,


In this paper, we introduce the notion of intuitionistic fuzzy soft ideal in intuitionistic fuzzy soft set theory. Also we introduce the concept of intuitionistic fuzzy soft local function. These concepts are discussed with a view to find new intuitionistic fuzzy soft topologies from the original one. The basic structure, especially a basis for such generated intuitionistic fuzzy soft topologies... Read More

Compatibility of L-ideals with L-topologies
Authors : Fadhil Abbas,


In this paper, we introduce the notion of L-ideal in L-set theory.Also we introduce the concept of L-local function.These concepts are discussed with a view to find new L-topologies from the original one. The basic structure, especially a basis for such generated L-topologies also studied here. The notion of L-compatibility of L-ideals with L-topologies is introduced and some equivalent... Read More

Optimization of Schmitt Trigger Delay Element based on Heterostructures to Increase density of their Elements during Manufacturing - Influence of Mismatch induced stress
Authors : E.L. Pankratov,


: In this paper, we introduce an approach to increase density of field-effect transistors framework Schmitt trigger delay element. Framework the approach we consider manufacturing of the inverter in heterostructure with specific configuration. Several required areas of the heterostructure should be doped by diffusion or ion implantation. After that, dopant and radiation defects should by annealed... Read More

Artificial Intelligence for Smart Solar Power Irrigation–Comprehensive Review
Authors : S. Sumathi,S. Krishnan,


The paper presents a comparative study of different performance prediction of solar photovoltaic systems that could be simply and efficiently used by artificial intelligence techniques. We have plenty of sunlight, but scarcity of water to carry out plantation farming activities. However, the availability of highly efficient and cost-effective pump controllers using solar technology is limited.... Read More