Chemistry Journal of Moldova

Accepted papers

Cosmin-Tudor Iurcovschi, Marius Munteanu, Cristiana Manea (Amariei), Maria Modesta Lupașcu, Irina Crina Anca Sandu, Viorica Vasilache, Ion Sandu

Field: Ecological chemistry
Type: Research paper
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old icon, conservation state, preservation, restoration.
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Graphical Abstract: This paper presents the study regarding the impact of the treatment with Câmpeni red petroleum on an eighteenth-century icon made of wood, with the aim of active preservation and restoration. In accomplishing this endeavour, there were applied non-invasive techniques of analysis based on optical microscopy (OM), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) coupled with Energy Dispersive X-ray analysis (EDX), micro-FTIR and colorimetry CIEL*a*b*. A series of chemical, physical-structural and mechanical characteristics of the wood were traced, in order to assess the degree of preservation enhancement as a result of the applied treatment.





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Mykola Kartel, Vita Galysh

Field: Ecological chemistry
Type: Research paper
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lignocellulose-inorganic sorbent, caesium ion, strontium ion, sorption efficiency, distribution coefficient.
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Graphical Abstract: Composite lignocellulose-inorganic sorbents derived from plant residues of agriculture and food industry, modified with ferrocyanides of d-metals and hydrated antimony pentoxide were prepared. Caesium and strontium ions removal from water was tested by radiotracer method. Sorption of heavy metal ions, methylene blue, gelatin, vitamin B12 was also studied.

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Bin Yuan, Wei Hu, Song Lv, Jieyang Huang, Kecheng Huang

Field: Organic chemistry
Type: Research paper
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diphosphonium salts, ω,ω´-dibromo alkane, synthesis, bactericidal activity.
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Graphical Abstract: Eight new aliphatic symmetrical diphosphonium salts were synthesized by reacting ω,ω´-dibromoalkanes with triphenylphosphine or tributylphosphine using N,N-dimethyl acetamide as a solvent at 140~150°C for 16~20 h under a nitrogen atmosphere.

 

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Andreea-Floriana Enache, Mircea Laurentiu Dan, Nicolae Vaszilcsin

Field: Physical chemistry and chemical physics
Type: Research paper
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sulphite anodic oxidation, smooth nickel, platinum nanoparticles, chrono-electrochemical methods.
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Graphical Abstract: In this paper, anodic oxidation of sulphite ions on smooth nickel based 6 layers platinum nanoparticles electrode in aqueous alkaline solution was investigated in order to clarify the oxidation mechanism and to find optimal parameters for sulphite oxidation process, by applying various electrochemical methods of analysis.

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Andrei Ivanets, Vladimir Agabekov

Field: Industrial chemistry
Type: Research paper
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ceramic, membrane, microfiltration, quartz sand.
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Graphical Abstract: The effect of phase and chemical composition of natural quartz sand, binder and burnable additives was studied. The conditions of application of the membrane and biocide layers on the formation of porous ceramic and microfiltration membranes were investigated. It is shown that a crystalline oxide of Si(IV) is determinant for obtaining the ceramic materials. The presence of carbonates (calcite, dolomite, aragonite, etc.) and crystalline aluminosilicates (microcline, albite, phlogopit, etc.) leads to a decrease in mechanical strength of ceramics. The biocide coating designed to protect the ceramic membrane surfaces from biofouling was applied and its anti-bacterial activity was shown.


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Vladimer Tsitsishvili, Nanuli Dolaberidze, Spartak Urotadze, Maia Alelishvili, Nato Mirdzveli, Manana Nijaradze

Field: Physical chemistry and chemical physics
Type: Research paper
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ion exchange, analcime, phillipsite, scolecite
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Graphical Abstract: Ion-exchange properties of natural zeolites of Georgia with a relatively low Si/Al ratio have been studied: analcimes are characterized  by selectivity series: Na+>K+>Ag+>NH4+>Ca+2>Sr+2>Li+; for phillipsites selectivity sequences are different for calcium- and potassium forms; selectivity sequence for scolecite is: Sr+2>Ba+2>Rb+>Ca+2>Cs+>K+>NH4+>Na+>Mg+2>Li+>Cd+2>Cu+2> Mn+2> Zn+2>Co+2>Ni+2.

 

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Michal Šereš, Tereza Hnátková, Jan Vymazal, Tomáš Vaněk

Field: Ecological chemistry
Type: Research paper
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constructed wetland, agriculture wastewater, hybrid systems, horizontal filter, vertical filter.
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Graphical Abstract: This study describes performance of a hybrid constructed wetland (CW) for treating wastewater from small farm in Czech Republic. TheCW consisting of two horizontal filters, one vertical filter and three shallow pondsand reduced inflow values of 25.400 mg/L COD and 2.640 mg/L BOD5 by up to 99%.

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Saeid Taghavi Fardood, Ali Ramazani, Sajjad Moradi

Field: Physical chemistry and chemical physics
Type: Short communication
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NiO, Arabic gum, biosynthesis, sol-gel, nanoparticles.
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Graphical Abstract: Present work involves synthesis of NiO nanoparticles using Arabic gum by the sol-gel method. The synthesized NiO nanoparticles were characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM) and X-ray powder diffraction (XRD). It was shown that the synthesized NiO nanoparticles of cubic phase have a spherical shape and an average size of 34 nm.

 

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Delia-Andrada Duca, Mircea Laurentiu Dan, Nicolae Vaszilcsin

Field: Physical chemistry and chemical physics
Type: Research paper
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expired Cefort® drug, electroplating additive, nickel electrodeposition, Watts bath.
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DOI
: dx.doi.org/10.19261/cjm.2017.402 
 
Graphical Abstract: This paper demonstrates the possibility to use ceftriaxone (CEFTR) active compound from expired Cefort®as additive in nickel electrodeposition from Watts baths. Electrochemical behaviour and the influence of CEFTR on nickel electroplating were studied by electrochemical methods. Experimental data recommends CEFTR as additive in nickel electroplating from Watts baths.

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Lidia Avdeeva, Rudolf Gvozdev

Field: Ecological chemistry
Type: Short communication
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copper, biosorption, Methylococcus capsulatus, methanobactin.
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Graphical Abstract: Growth of Methylococcus capsulatus (M) under different copper content in the growth medium has been studied. Excess of copper is sorbed in cytoplasm and on the cell surface. Growth of M. capsulatus (М) under copper-limited and copper-excess growth conditions is accompanied by increase of methanobactin secretion into the growth medium.

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