Journal Description

The Global Journal of Chemistry, Biology, and Physics (GJCBP) is a peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal that is published monthly. The journal provide a platform for researchers and scholars in the fields of chemistry, biology, and physics to share their research findings and insights with a global audience. The journal welcomes submissions from authors all over the world.


The aim of the Global Journal of Chemistry, Biology, and Physics is to publish high-quality research papers, reviews, and short communications in the fields of chemistry, biology, and physics. The journal seeks to advance knowledge and promote interdisciplinary research by bringing together researchers from different fields and providing a platform for them to share their work. The journal is committed to publishing original research that has not been published elsewhere and is of interest to a broad readership


 

SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF BIS [1-METHOXY-2, 2, 2-TRIS-(PYRAZOL-1-YLΚN2) ETHANE]-COBALT (II) BIS-PERCHLORATE


Modern inorganic chemistry research is predominantly centered around the extensive field of coordination chemistry, with a particular focus on transition metals. Transition metals, characterized by their incomplete d or f subshells in their elemental or ionic states, play a crucial role in shaping the landscape of coordination chemistry research (Huheey et al., 1993). This study explores the unique attributes of transition metals, emphasizing their multiple valence states and the

Ganna V. Lyubartseva

DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS: A STUDY OF VISCOSITIES AND EXCESS THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES IN CYCLIC ETHER-1-ALKANOL SYSTEMS


Over the past three decades, the ultrasonic study of liquid mixtures has emerged as a pivotal avenue for unraveling molecular interactions and exploring the physicochemical behavior inherent in such systems. This paper delves into the importance of ultrasonic techniques, focusing on their profound role in comprehending molecular interactions and investigating the departure of liquid mixtures from ideality. Thermodynamic and transport properties, widely utilized for studying liquid

Priya Anjali Sharma

BEYOND SWEETNESS: EXPLORING SUBSTRATE INHIBITION IN SUGAR ALCOHOL OXIDATION


Sugar alcohols, recognized as polyols, emerge as promising sugar substitutes due to their similar appearance and sweetness properties, despite being neither alcohols nor sugars in the traditional sense. This paper explores the distinctive characteristics of sugar alcohols, emphasizing their lower calorie content and reduced negative health impacts compared to conventional sugars. Unlike sugars, sugar alcohols exhibit limited absorption into the bloodstream, resulting in minimal effects

Oluwadayo Adesina Latona , Ifeoluwa Temitope Olawale