Letter to Editor
Science and Society during COVID-19 Pandemic

Stanislav V. Ordin

Volume 6, Issue 1 , 2021, Pages 1-2


  Now that the panic over the coronavirus has plagued the entire world community, it has become clear that the progress of our civilization is in question - it either zigzags or we slide back into the caves.A societal approach to a pandemic should be dealt with dynamic and complex issues via collaborative ...  Read More

Research Article
Adsorption of Cr(VI) from Aqueous Solution on Mixed Oxide Nano Fe-Al nanoparticles

Vivek Bhusari; Amit Bansiwal; Sadhana Rayalu

Volume 6, Issue 1 , 2021, Pages 1-4


  Mixed oxide nanoparticles of iron and aluminium (FeAlO) were synthesized by combustion process and evaluated for the removal of chromium by adsorption from aqueous solution. The FeAlO were characterized for various physico-chemical properties using x ray diffraction, particle size, SEM, TEM, FTIR analysis. ...  Read More

Research Article
Unique Quantitative Analysis of Tsunami Waves using Statistical Software: A Case Study of The Major Recorded Hawaii Incidents

Mostafa Essam Eissa; Engy Refaat Rashed

Volume 6, Issue 1 , 2021, Pages 1-6


  Facing the rage of nature appears to be unavoidable with its catastrophic impact on human life. However, every event is an opportunity to learn and set control measures to avoid or at least minimize the damage as much as possible. One of the most devastating natural phenomena is Tsunami. Pacific region ...  Read More

Prospective Article
Solar Energy Sources Based on Perovskites – Future Research Prospects and Industrial Opportunities

Mariya Aleksandrova

Volume 6, Issue 1 , 2021, Pages 1-3


  Perovskite materials have become one of the hottest topics in solar energy conversion in recent years. They reached similar efficiency to the polycrystalline silicon solar cells, and also found applications in a variety of fields out of energy harvesting, such as lighting. The main advantage of this ...  Read More

Research Article
Anti-wettability of Chemically and Physically Modified Glass Surfaces

Suhad Sbeih; Werner Steffen; Michael Kappl

Volume 6, Issue 1 , 2021, Pages 1-4


  The demand for new advanced functional materials has driven scientific work over the past decades. Nature has been inspiring in the creation of different types of self-cleaning and super repellent surfaces mimicking those of plants (lotus leaves), animals (shark skin) or insects (butterfly wings, water ...  Read More