25th International Conference on Organic & Inorganic Chemistry (cse) S

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Sat, Jul 27 12:00 AM 2024 - Sun, Jul 28 12:00 AM 2024
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25th International Conference on Organic & Inorganic Chemistry

OrganicChem 2020

Conference Series LLC Ltd take great pleasure in welcoming academic scientists, researchers, research scholars, students and experts of application fields to Toronto, Canada for the OrganicChem 2020 Conference during April 12- 13, 2020 to foster the progress in the field by contributing with your expertise to what promises to be a very comprehensive and exciting meeting and to enjoy the immense unique artistic heritage and wonderful landscape of Toronto.
Details of OrganicChem 2020 Conference
Conference Name Place Date
OrganicChem 2020 Toronto April 12-13, 2020


OrganicChem 2020 is a global platform to discuss and learn about new compounds and its structure, bonding, reactivity in field of organic chemistry and organometallic chemistry, organic geochemistry, biogeochemistry, marine geochemistry, petroleum geochemistry, Bioorganic and medicinal chemistry. Advancement in fields of modern experimental organic chemistry, modern analytical organic chemistry, modern theoretical organic chemistry, combinatorial Chemistry, flow chemistry, green chemistry, microwave chemistry, microwave spectroscopy, new synthetic methods and advances in catalysis.

In the light of this theme, the Conference Series LLC Ltd aims to provide a forum for international researchers from various areas of chemistry, pharmacy, materials science and chemical engineering by providing a platform for critical analysis of new data, and to share latest cutting-edge research findings and results about all aspects of Organic Chemistry. The meeting will be a multidisciplinary gathering and present major areas such as organometallic, medicinal chemistry, polymer chemistry and overall applications.

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Target Audience

  • Organic Chemists

  • Inorganic Chemists

  • Professors in Chemistry

  • Associated and Assistant Professors in Organic Chemistry

  • Post-doctoral and Researchers in Chemistry

  • Heads of Chemical Departments

  • Post Graduates and Graduates in Medicinal Chemistry

  • Laboratory Chemists

  • Chemical Scientists working on Materials

  • Experts in the development of Organometallic Chemistry


Why to attend OrganicChem 2020??

The aim of the OrganicChem 2020 is to promote quality research and real-world impact in an atmosphere of true international cooperation between scientists and engineers by bringing together again the world class researchers, International Communities and Industrial heads to discuss the latest developments and innovations in the fields of Chemistry.

We sincerely hope that OrganicChem2020 serves as an international platform for meeting researchers from around the world, widen professional contact and create new opportunities, including establishing new collaborations.

We are looking forward to seeing you at OrganicChem 2020 in Toronto, Canada.

Conference highlights

  • Fundamental Concept of Organic Chemistry

  • Bioorganic and Biochemistry

  • Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds

  • Computational Chemistry and Cheminformatics

  • Phytochemistry and Pharmacognosy

  • Green Chemistry and Sustainable Technology

  • Polymers and Monomers

  • Bio-chemistry and agricultural chemistry

  • Analytical Chemistry

  • Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis

  • Physical Organic Chemistry

  • Natural Products and Heterocyclic Chemistry

  • Flow Chemistry

  • Medicinal Chemistry, Drug Synthesis

  • Inorganic and Bioinorganic Catalysis

  • Inorganic Materials and Nanoparticles

  • Organometallic Chemistry

  • Industrial Inorganic Chemistry

  • Organic Photochemistry

  • Forensic Chemistry

  • Modern Organic Chemistry and Applications


Market Analysis

The global chemical industry has grown by 7 percent annually, reaching €2.4 trillion in 2010. Most of the growth in the past 25 years has been driven by Asia, which now owns almost half of global chemical sales. The global chemical markets are expected to grow an average 3 percent in the next 20years. Asian players are positioned to own two-thirds of the market by 2030.

Organic chemical industry is anticipated to hold 51% of the total chemical industry market globally by 2030. With Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and Latin America being the leading markets for organic chemicals, the industry has witnessed approx. 10% growth in the last 5 years. Expanding industry applications, investment favouring industry policies are driving organic chemicals market till 2020.Extensive primary research is being conducted among leading companies such as BASF, Dow Chemicals, SABIC, Sinopec, and DuPont Chemicals and key opinion leaders from organic chemical industry.

Global Organic Acids Market was valued at $16,837 million in 2020, and is expected to reach $29,197 million by 2023, registering a CAGR of 8.3% from 2020 to 2023. Organic acids are weak acids that do not completely dissociate in water when compared to mineral acids.

Key players such as BASF SE, Cargill, Inc., The Dow Chemical Company, Eastman Chemical Company, Myriant Corporation, Celanese Corporation, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Henan Jindan Lactic Acid Technology Co. Ltd., Tate & Lyle Plc., and E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company have largely invested in R&D activities to develop advanced products to cater to the requirements of the consumers.


United States Chemical industry:

The chemical industry is one of the largest and most important industries worldwide. The United States is the largest national producer of chemical products globally. Including the pharmaceutical sector, its chemical output value was more than 767 billion U.S. dollars in 2020.

2020 ranking of leading United States chemical companies based on revenue (in billion U.S. dollars)

Projection of annual production growth in the United States chemical industry from 2020 to 2023


Canada Chemical Industry:

Canada’s chemistry industry is a world leader in low-intensity carbon chemical production for many reasons. Perhaps the biggest natural advantage the chemistry sector enjoys is access to abundant low-carbon fossil fuel feedstock. Natural gas is comprised of about 92% methane (CH4) and is used for heating fuel, electricity generation, and even as transportation fuel for vehicles with modified engines. Methane can also be a feedstock for some petrochemical manufacturing. Remaining components of natural gas are called natural gas liquids (NGLs) include ethane, propane, butane and pentanes. These are used as building blocks for plastics and solvents, polypropylene, refrigerants, rubbers and more.

A 2020 study from the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission compared different chemistry production processes and technological options to increase GHG efficiency and found that ethylene production that uses higher-carbon naphtha as a feedstock has an 82% higher GHG emissions factor than ethylene produced from lower-carbon ethane feedstock. Over the years, Canada’s chemistry sector has converted its ethylene facilities from naphtha to ethane feedstock and are already benefiting from this lower carbon approach to production.

Canada also has an abundant supply of low emissions hydroelectricity and huge potential for developing biomass resources to be used as feedstock and energy sources in chemistry production processes. With large portions of provincial energy grids already carbon-free, chlorine-related chemistries have a near-zero GHG footprint. In other countries, notably in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, high-carbon electricity grids result in higher GHG emissions associated with their chlorine production when compared to Canada.


United Kingdom Chemical Industry:

The UK industry is active in all key areas: basic inorganics, petrochemicals, polymers, agrochemicals, paints, detergents and personal care products, in specialties such as adhesives, flavours and fragrances, and in a host of industrial specialties including lubricants, fuel additives, construction chemicals and catalysts. It is also a global leader in pharmaceuticals. With £48.7 billion of revenues and £17.8 billion value added in 2020, chemicals & pharmaceuticals is the UK’s second largest industry. The current UK government has committed around £4.7bn to support R&D and innovation. This commitment should be seen against the broader ambition to boost R&D spending to 2.4% of GDP by 2027.


Sessions/ Tracks

1. Aspects of Organic Chemistry

Types and characterization of organic compounds
Functional groups
Aliphatic and aromatic compounds
Heterocyclic compounds
Nomenclature of new compounds
Efficiency in Organic Synthesis
Organic Synthesis for Materials Science
Organic Synthesis for Life Science


2. Bioorganic and Biochemistry

Classification of amino acids
Peptides sequence analysis
Stereochemistry of amino acids
Acid-Base behaviour of amino acids
Synthesis of amino acids
Reactions of amino acids
Peptide structure amino acid Analysis
Classification of carbohydrates
Fischer projections and the DL notational system
Disaccharides and polysaccharides
Epimerization and isomerizations


3. Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds

Molecular chirality and enantiomers
Properties of chiral molecules and optical activity
The cahnIngoldPrelog RS notational system
Physical properties of enantiomers
Stereogenic center 


4. Computational Chemistry and Cheminformatics

Chemoinformatics and its applications
Cheminformatics tools for drug discovery
Quantitative structure activity relationship


5. Phytochemistry and Pharmacognosy

Natural products chemistry in drug discovery
Isolation and structure determination of natural products
Analysing pharmacogenomics studies
Herbs and botanicals as dietary supplements
Comparative phytochemistry, its history, concepts, applications and methods


6. Polymers and Monomers

Polymer structure and morphology
Polymer synthesis and polymer coating
Enzyme kinetics and thermodynamics of enzymatic reactions


7. Bio-chemistry and agricultural chemistry

Biochemistry and agrochemicals
Elementary calculus
Weed biology and control
Biochemistry and metabolism
Environmental management


8. Advanced Research in Environmental Organic Chemistry

Probes of Applied Science
Analysis of Semi and Volatile Compounds
Chemical Life Science
Environment Toxicology


9. Analytical Chemistry

Standardizing analytical methods
Equilibrium chemistry
Gravimetric methods
Titrimetric methods
Spectroscopic methods
Electrochemical methods
Chromatographic & Electrophoretic
Quality assurance
Additional resources


10. Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis

Heterogeneous catalytic process
Catalyst formulation and preparation methods
Catalysts characterization methods
Mechanism of catalytic reactions
Design of catalysts and simulation techniques


11. Physical Organic Chemistry

Atomic theory
Biophysical Chemistry
Thermochemistry and quantum chemistry
Chemical bonding, aromaticity, anti and homoaromaticity and structures
Solvent effects and isotope effects on organic reactions
Acidity, nucleophilicity and electrophilicity


12. Natural Products and Heterocyclic Chemistry

Chemistry and efficacy of natural products
Safety and regulations on natural products
Cosmeceuticals, nutraceuticals (functional foods) and beverages
Health and beauty product development and innovation
Methodologies for natural products


13. Flow Chemistry

Continuous flow reactors
Photo chemistry in combination with flow chemistry
Electrochemistry in combination with flow chemistry
Segmented flow chemistry


14. Combinatorial Chemistry

Parallel Synthesis of Combinatorial Chemistry
Application of Solid Phased Reagents
Diversity in Oriented Synthesis


15. Medicinal Chemistry, Drug Synthesis

Pharmaceutical Sciences
Drug discovery
Pharmacophore and Xenobiotic metabolism
Pharmacognosy and Pharmacokinetics
Pharmaceutical Industry
Anticancer agents
Pharmacology and toxicology
CADD (Computer Aided Drug Design)
Drug Design and Drug Development
Hit to lead and lead optimization
Synthesis and Medicinal Chemistry for Cancer and Age-Related Diseases
QSAR (Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship) Fragment-Based Drug Design
Organic and Medicinal Chemistry Technologies for Drug Discovery


16. Inorganic and Bioinorganic Catalysis

Coordination Chemistry & Case Studies
Organometallic chemistry
Molecular geometry
Ligand field theory
Descriptive Chemistry
Electronic configurations
Crystal Lattices
Crystal Field Theory
Reactions in aqueous solutions


17. Inorganic Materials and Nanoparticles

Materials Science and Engineering
Polymer technology
Nanotechnology in material science
Mining, Metallurgy and Materials Science
Computational Materials Science
Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Materials


18. Organometallic Chemistry

Organometallic nomenclature
Carbonmetal Bonds in organometallic compounds
Grignard reagents
Transition metal organometallic compounds
Carbenes and carbenoids


19. Organic Industrial Chemistry

Quality Control of Crude Drug Materials
Petroleum and Petrochemicals Distillations
Assay Values of Crudes and its Reconfigurations
Organic Chemistry and its Clinical Diagnostics Techniques in Industries
Industrial pharmaceutics


20. Inorganic Industrial Chemistry

The Chemical Industry.
Sources of Inorganic Raw Materials
Sulfuric Acid and Sulfates
Nitrogen Compounds
Phosphorus Compounds
Chlor-Alkali Compounds
Titanium Dioxide


21. Modern Organic Chemistry and Applications

Organic synthesis
Development of synthetic methodologies
Functional organic materials
Supramolecular and macromolecular chemistry
Physical and computational organic chemistry
Bioorganic Chemistry
Asymmetric Reactions
Metals in Organic Chemistry 
Nanostructures from DNA building blocks 
Tuberculosis diagnostics 
Structural biology by NMR.


OCM for OrganicChem Series Conferences

Organizing Committee - GOICC 2020

OCM Member

Kallol K. Ghosh

Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur , India


OCM Member

Edward Lee Ruff

York University


OCM Member

Yuichi Shimazaki

Ibaraki University


OCM Member

Maged Henary

Georgia State University 


OCM Member

Mahesh N. Sanzgiri,

St. Xavier’s College


OCM Member

Romano VA Orru

VU University


OCM Member

Majid M Heravi

Alzahra University


OCM Member

Waldemar Adam

Professor Emeritus
University of Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico


OCM Member

Jun Yin

Associate Professor
Georgia State University
United States


OCM Member

P. Gregory Van Patten

Department Chair
Middle Tennessee State University
United States


OCM Member

Xin-Tao Wu

Chinese Academy of Sciences


OCM Member

Yong-Li Zhong

Principal Scientist
Merck & Co., Inc.


OCM Member

Saad Alotaibi

Dean of Turabah Abdullah university
Taif University
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


OCM Member

Mariarosa Raimondo

Senior researcher


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