Web of Science (Emerging Sources Citation Index)
Original Research Article Nanochemistry
1. Hydroxyapatite-gelatin and calcium carbonate- gelatin nanocomposite scaffolds: Production, physicochemical characterization and comparison of their bioactivity in simulated body fluid

Simin Sharifi; Farzaneh Lotfipour; Mohammad Ali Ghavimi; Solmaz Maleki Dizaj; Shahriar Shahi; Javad Yazdani; Masumeh Mokhtarpour; Rovshan Khalilov

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 70-80

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.256060.1112

Abstract
  In this study, HAP-gelatin and CC-gelatin nanocomposite scaffolds, as bioactive inorganic materials, were synthesized successfully through a chemical precipitation procedure. Next, characterization of the prepared nanocomposite scaffolds was completed using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), dynamic ...  Read More

Hydroxyapatite-gelatin and calcium carbonate- gelatin nanocomposite scaffolds: Production, physicochemical characterization and comparison of their bioactivity in simulated body fluid


Original Research Article Management in Chemistry
2. Covid-19 and its impact on livelihood: An Indian perspective

Kumari Akriti; Ipseeta Satpathy; B.C.M. Patnaik

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 81-87

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.265210.1115

Abstract
  Covid-19 has had adverse impact on various sectors of the economy. India’s Corona epidemic started spreading at the fastest pace across the world, becoming the 3rd highest country with infected corona patients. If no further vaccines or measures are in place, it will be very difficult to stabilize ...  Read More

Covid-19 and its impact on livelihood: An Indian perspective


Original Research Article Management in Chemistry
3. Impact of COVID-19 on employees engagement and burnout: The case of IT companies

Sadhna Sudershana; Ipseeta Satpathy; B.C.M. Patnaik

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 88-94

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.266208.1117

Abstract
  Employees’ engagement or employees’ commitment is the most sought-after skill in employees for yielding maximum productivity at the work front as well as being happy at the personal front. There are many factors that affect engagement levels such as work culture, job satisfaction, remuneration, ...  Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on employees engagement and burnout: The case of IT companies


Original Research Article Computational Chemistry
4. In silico investigation of nanocarbon biosensors for diagnosis of COVID-19

Kun Harismah; Mahmoud Mirzaei; Muhammad Dai; Zahra Roshandel; Elham Salarrezaei

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 95-102

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.267226.1120

Abstract
  In this work, advantages of applications of nanocarbon materials were investigated for diagnosis purpose of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). To do so, interactions of four representative models of nanocarbon materials including carbon nanotube (CNT), carbon nanocone (CNC), carbon graphene (CGR), ...  Read More

In silico investigation of nanocarbon biosensors for diagnosis of COVID-19


Original Research Article Methematical Chemistry
5. Computing M-polynomial and topological indices of TUHRC4 molecular graph

Faryal Chaudhry; Muhammad Ehsan; Farkhanda Afzal; Mohammad Reza Farahani; Murat Cancan; Idris Çiftçi

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 103-109

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.269115.1124

Abstract
  Chemical graph theory has an important role in the development of chemical sciences. A graph is produced from certain molecular structure by means of applying several graphical operations. The local graph parameter is valency, which is defined for every vertex as the number associates with other vertices ...  Read More

Computing M-polynomial and topological indices of TUHRC4 molecular graph


Original Research Article Methodologies
6. Evaluation of nurses' awareness of radiation safety principles in portable radiography in Kosar Hospital’s ICUs, Semnan, Iran

Fatemeh Ghanian; Shoka Shahriari; Masoumeh Yadollahi

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 110-115

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.266279.1118

Abstract
  With due attention to increasing use of X-ray imaging techniques, raising the level of knowledge of employees in this regard can play an important role in reducing the frequency of genetic abnormalities and carcinogenesis caused by radiation in the community. The purpose of this study was to evaluate ...  Read More

Evaluation of nurses' awareness of radiation safety principles in portable radiography in Kosar Hospital’s ICUs, Semnan, Iran


Review Article Analytical chemistry
7. An overview of modified sensors with focus on electrochemical sensing of sulfite in food samples

Majedeh Bijad; Akbar Hojjati-Najafabadi; Hesam Asari-Bami; Sepideh Habibzadeh; Issa Amini; Farzaneh Fazeli

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 116-138

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.268819.1122

Abstract
  Sulfite is used as preservatives to slow browning and discoloration in foods and beverages during preparation, storage and distribution. In various pharmaceutical and food industries, sulfite is utilized for inhibition of nonenzymatic and enzymatic browning. Also, in brewing industries, it acts as an ...  Read More

An overview of modified sensors with focus on electrochemical sensing of sulfite in food samples


Original Research Article Methematical Chemistry
8. A note on QSPR analysis of total Zagreb and total Randić İndices of octanes

Süleyman Ediz; Idris Çiftçi; Ziyattin Taş; Murat Cancan; Mohammad Reza Farahani; Mehmet Serif Aldemir

Volume 3, Issue 2 , February 2021, Pages 139-145

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ecc.2021.271640.1132

Abstract
  Topological indices are important tools for QSPR researches. Wiener, Zagreb, and Randić indices are pioneers of topological indices as the most used topological indices in view of chemistry and chemical graph theory. These three topological indices have been used for modeling physical properties of ...  Read More

A note on QSPR analysis of total Zagreb and total Randić İndices of octanes