2. Experimental 2.1. Chemicals Titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4) (99.99%) was purchased from Sigma Aldrich. Absolute ethanol (≥99.99%) was purchased from Merck Millipore (Germany).These reactants and the models pollutants HCOOH and phenol were obtained from Acros Organics and used without further purification. Commercial TiO2 P25 was obtained from Evonik.
Symbol Process DOF SS MS F- value Contri-bution Para-meter (%) A Current 2 0.1311 0.0656 14.23 47.81 V Speed 2 0.0359 0.0179 3.89 13.09 F Flux 2 0.0565 0.0283 6.13 20.61 Error 11 0.0507 0.0046 18.49 Total 17 0.2742 Table 4:Result of ANOVA V. PARAMETRIC EFFECT ON A-TIG WELD A. Surface Appearance: These results were clearly indicated that on 304L stainless steel, SiO2+TiO2 powder was produced TIG welds with a satisfactory surface appearance but while using other two combination fluxes were produced to the formation of slag and spatters. It was happened because oxide compounds have substantially higher melting point, boiling point and thermal decomposition temperature than fluoride and sulfide compounds. Oxide powders were not easily melted by the arc heat source of TIG welding. It was indicated that TIG weld was produced with oxide fluxes contributed to the formation of residual slag.
Tubes containing Vancomycin against S. epidermidis showed growth only in tubes 7, 8, and 9 after incubation period. Whereas tubes 1 through 6 for concentration between 100 ug/ml to 3.12 ug/ml were observed with no bacterial growth (clear). The minimum concentration at which the growth is inhibited in visual observation was recorded as MIC. This MIC for Vancomycin was 3.12 ug/ml in this experiment. To further examine whether or not the Vancomycin is bactericidal for S. epidermidis and at what concentration, the media plates prepared from the clear tubes in MIC determining step were examined.
The reported melting point for acetanilide is 114.3°C, meaning that my range provides support that the product obtained was what was desired. Next, a TLC plate was run to evaluate if the reaction was successful. I spotted three lanes on my plate, diluted pure aniline, diluted pure acetanilide product, and a co-spot of them both for reference. Ethyl acetate was used to dilute the sample to attempt to minimize streaking and I used a developing solvent of 80% ethyl acetate and 20% hexane. There was no starting material present in the product lane, meaning the reaction ran to completion.
Table 5.5: pH value of emulgel S. No. Formulation Code pH Values 1 EG 1 5.56 5.4.3 Rheological study The viscosity of the formulated batches was determined using a cone and plate viscometer with spindle 7 (Brookfield Engineering Laboratories). The assembly was connected to a thermostatically controlled circulating water-bath maintained at 25°C. A definite quantity of emulgel was added to a beaker covered with thermostatic jacket. The emulgel was rotated at 100 rotation per minute with spindle 7.
2. Momin Muhammad Zia Muhammad Idris “ Optimization of crankshaft using strength analysis”, International Journal of Engineering Reasearch and applications, Vol-3, Issue-3, ISSN:2248- 9622, Pages: 252-258, MayJun-2013. 3.Abhishek choubey, Jamin Brahmbhatt, “Design and Analysis of Crankshaft for single cylinder 4-stroke engine”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Reaserch and studies, vol-1, issue-4, ISSN:2249-8974, pages: 88-90, July-sept 2012. Table 1 Comparison between Forged steel and Ti-6Al-4V+12% TIC using ANSYS Material Forged steel Ti-6Al-4V+12% TIC MIN MAX Min Max Total deformation (m) 0 7.749E-6 0 1.54E-8 Equivalent Elastic Strain(m/m) 2.38E-12 0.0006146 1.05E-14 1.18E-6 Equivalent stress (Pa) 0.4561 1.1E8 1.02 1.09E8 Life(cycles) 394.74 1E6 364.82 1E6 Damage 1000 3.753E7 1000 3.68E7 Page 6 of 7 Page 7 of 7 4. BDNS Murthy “ Modeling analysis and optimization of crankshaft”, vol-2, Issue- 9, ISSN: 2278-0181, Pages: 749-753, September-2013.
They consist of nonpolar aglycones part coupled with one or more monosaccharide moieties glycan parts. Extraction techniques. Recent study has reported the extraction procedure for saponins that are 1. Green extraction technologies a. Maceration extraction b. Reflux and soxhlet extraction c. Subsequent extraction 2. Conventional technologies d. Ultrasound assisted extraction (UAE) e. Microwave
These reagents and dyes were directly used without further purification. Required working volume of RhB dye was made by diluting the prepared 1g/l stock solution. Graphite plates purchased from Anabond Sainergy Limited, Chennai, were used as anode as well as cathode in all electrolytic experiments. 2.2. Synthesis of Fe-SBA-15 The heterogeneous catalyst Fe-SBA-15 was synthesized by wetness impregnation method.
When the particles settle down discard the liquid portion and fill the beaker with distilled water. Again keep the magnet below the beaker and let the particles settle down and discard the liquid portion repeat this procedure till the pH becomes 7. 3. Characterization Result and Discussion 3.1 XRD of Silicon oxide It was found using XRD that the crystalline size was in nanoscale. The size of silicon oxide nanoparticles was found to be 0.04 nm respectively by using Debye-Scherrer formula .
PREFORMULATION STUDIES Standard calibration curve In the pre-formulation studies, the λ max of Itraconazole by spectrophotometric method in phosphate buffer pH 6.8 was found to be 262nm. Table no. 1.7: Calibration Curve of Itraconazole in Phosphate Buffer pH6.8 S.no. Concentration (µg/ml) Absorbance 1 0 0 2 2 0.12 3 4 0.26 4 6 0.38 5 8 0.44 6 10 0.57 Fig 1 : Standard Graph of Itraconazole in Phosphate Buffer pH6.8 Drug excipient compatibility study Fig 2: FTIR spectra of Itraconazole Fig 3: FTIR spectra of Itraconazole final formulation CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSFERSOMES EVALUATION OF TRANSFERSOMAL GEL Vesicle shape and type: The surface morphology was studied by Optical Microscopy. The shapes of most of