The University of Kerbala has discussed the study of the nuclear properties of some light nuclei using different potentials

A master’s thesis at the College of Science at the University of Kerbala has discussed the study of the nuclear properties of some light nuclei using different potentials by student Beshaier Hassan Jawad. The study aims to calculate the longitudinal and transverse (electrical and magnetic) morphology factors of the elastic and inelastic electron scattering of many cores in the p and sd shell using different…

The College of Science holds a panel discussion on the green chemistry

The College of Science has held a panel discussion on green chemistry by Prof. Dr. Lumma Majid Ahmed, Head of the Chemistry Department, lectured. The lecture clarified the meaning of the term green chemistry and its use in clean technologies that are less dangerous to health or the environment or have no effect, as well as this term, which appeared at the beginning of the…

The University of Kerbala has discussed a study on the green synthesis of copper nanoparticles

A master’s thesis at the College of Science at the University of Kerbala has discussed the study of the green synthesis of copper nanoparticles using myrtle leaf extract: Characterization by student Ayat Karim Deli. The study aimed at preparing green copper nanoparticles from an environmentally friendly material, as well as improving the appropriate conditions for preparing copper nanoparticles, characterizing the prepared nanoparticles and applying the…

A theoretical study of the structural and electronic properties of Diallyl Phthalate has been discussed at The University of Kerbala

A master’s thesis at the College of Science at the University of Kerbala has investigated a theoretical study of the structural and electronic properties of Diallyl Phthalate by student Shaker Abdul Razzaq Ghulam. The study aims to identify the structural properties of Diallyl Phthalate such as bond length, bond angle and dihedral angle. As well as, electronic properties were discussed such as the distribution of…

Kerbala University has discussed a master’s thesis regarding the molecular characterization of some virulence factors of Escherichia Coli bacteria.

The Faculty of Science has discussed a master’s thesis about the molecular characterization of some virulence factors of Escherichia Coli bacteria isolated from urinary tract infections in the holy province of Karbala by the student Alaa Abdul-Amir Aziz. The study aimed to clarify the investigation of the infection rates of this bacterium with multiple resistance to antibiotics through the molecular detection of some genes responsible…