Chemistry of enzymes makes digestion easier

Chemistry of enzymes makes digestion easier

chem-digestionFood is considered as one of the essentials in day to day to human life or in fact animals and other living organisms also. However, Did anybody think about how food will be processed starting from mouth to stomach? What are the factors involving and responsible for the proper digestion? Digestion is nothing but chemical breakdown of large food molecules into smaller molecules. Some of the food molecules include Proteins, Lipids, Carbohydrates, Fatty acids (Fats). Read More

Specialty Chemicals Market explores vigorous size & growth during 2015-2021

chemical-1FLORIDA, US: Speciality chemical industry is one of the creative, entrepreneurial, and shopper driven ventures. These Specialty chemicals include low-volume, high-esteem chemicals with particular applications and constitute a noteworthy part of the Indian chemical industry, as per Zion Market Research. Specialty chemicals are high value added products that are utilized as catalysts, intervenes, constituents, protectants, or additives in different products and applications. Read More

Biochar, a new solution to reduce global warming

leavesEvery year the world wide carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from energy need increases, and by the year 2020 the world will produce 33.8 billion metric tons. The emission of carbon dioxide is depends on. Different energy sources, Fires, Natural carbon cycle, Deforestation. All the above factors and still some other factors are acting as enhancing factors for green house gases and the effects of global warming. One of the solutions to reduce co2 emissions into environment. Read More


Leopold Gmelin – discoverer of Gmelin Test

leopold-gmelinLeopold Gmelin was a German chemist born on August 02, 1788 – died on April 13, 1853. Gmelin was remembered for his discovery of Gmelin Test. Gmelin also worked on red prussiate / Potassium ferricyanide. He was also dealt with physiology, mineralogy and chemistry. Gmelin’s first physiological work was his dissertation on the black pigment of oxen and calves eyes. His most important physiological work was the 1826 released digestion by experiments. Read More