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On behalf of the Portuguese Young Chemists group from the Portuguese Society of Chemistry, we kindly welcome you to join us at the 7th Portuguese Young Chemists Meeting, set in the welcoming city of Bragança, from May 19th to 21st 2021.

This biennial conference, dating back to 2008, is dedicated to gather young researchers from all subfields of Chemistry, as well as other related scientific areas of research. Young chemists and researchers from any nationality are particularly encouraged to share their scientific highlights amongst their peers from chemical sciences, expand their international research network and attend lectures from recognized experts in various field of Chemistry.


QUÍMICA - Boletim da SPQ
Todos os autores participantes no 7PYCheM são convidados a enviar manuscritos com base nas apresentações orais e pósteres para publicação no QUÍMICA.

O QUÍMICA é o principal meio de informação impresso da SPQ e um veículo de divulgação de todas as atividades organizadas pelas suas Divisões, Grupos ou Delegações.
Recentemente, a Direção da SPQ e a equipa editorial do QUÍMICA decidiram implementar o Sistema DOI para os conteúdos publicados. O padrão de identificação, juntamente com a utilização da CrossRef, irá permitir dar uma maior visibilidade, alcance e impacto aos textos publicados. O sistema, cuja implementação se espera estar concluída em poucas semanas, será aplicado a todos os números do Boletim da SPQ, quer aos futuros quer aos números já publicados. Pensamos desta forma ir ao encontro da expectativa de muitos sócios e autores que ansiavam por esta possibilidade.

Os congressos e demais eventos realizados sob os auspícios da SPQ são oportunidades para mostrar o que se faz em termos de Investigação Química, em particular em Portugal. O Boletim da SPQ quer afirmar-se cada vez mais como meio privilegiado de divulgação do que de bom se faz na área que todos acarinhamos. Por conseguinte, pretende associar-se ao evento que organizam convidando os autores presentes no 7pychem a enviarem manuscritos baseados nos temas científicos abordados nas apresentações orais e em poster para publicação no QUÍMICA, que dedicará ao evento uma atenção especial. Os artigos, que podem ser submetidos através da plataforma de submissão e em concordância com as normas de colaboração e instruções para os autores, passarão pelo processo de revisão por pares, de acordo com os padrões da publicação.

Committees

Organizing Committee

Carla Pereira
José Pinela
Maria Inês Dias
Ângela Fernandes
Sandrina Heleno
Márcio Carocho
Cristina Caleja
Eliana Pereira
Filipa Reis
Bruno Melgar
Oludemi Taofiq

Secretariat

Leonardo Mendes
Cristina Campos

Scientific Committee

Anthony J. Burke (Universidade de Évora)
Artur Silva (Universidade de Aveiro)
João F. Mano (Universidade do Aveiro)
Maria Beatriz Prior Pinto Oliveira (Universidade do Porto)
Nuno Mateus (Universidade do Porto)
Manuel A. Coimbra (Universidade de Aveiro)
Rui Fausto (Universidade de Coimbra)
Carlos J.R. Silva (Universidade do Minho)
Verónica de Zea Bermudez (Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro)
Fernanda Proença (Universidade do Minho)
Hélder Gomes (Instituto Politécnico de Bragança)
Ana Aguiar Ricardo (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Anthony J. Burke (Universidade de Évora)
Carlos M. Afonso (Universidade de Lisboa)
Mário Nuno Berberan e Santos (Universidade de Lisboa)
Lillian Barros (Instituto Politécnico de Bragança)

Key Dates

  • Registration with discount: deadline April 29th, 2021

  • Abstract Submission: March 29th April 12th, 2021
  • Information about communications acceptance: April 27th, 2021

Scientific Program

Full Programme Book

Plenary Speaker


Paulo Ferreira

Advanced Electron Microscopy, Imaging and Spectroscopy Center, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal
“NANOTECHNOLOGY: WITNESSING THE NEW INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION”

Neil Champness

Professor of Chemical Nanoscience, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
“MOLECULAR ORGANISATION: A JOURNEY THROUGH COMPLEX STRUCTURES”

Invited lecture


Daniel Granato

Natural Resources Institute,Finland
“RECENT ANALYTICAL TRENDS IN FOOD AUTHENTICITY BASED ON CHEMICAL MARKERS”

David A. Fulton

Newcastle University, United Kingdom
“POLYMERS AND MATERIALS FROM THE ‘HAIR’ OF BACTERIA”

Nuno João Silva

Universidade de Aveiro, CICECO, Portugal
“DEVELOPMENT OF 3D TEMPERATURE TOMOGRAPHY AT THE MICRO AND NANOSCALE”

Juan Francisco Rodriguez

Universidade Castilha la Mancha, Spain
“FROM PASSIVE HOUSE CONCEPT TO ACTIVE ENERGY STORAGE AT HOME BY USING MICROCAPSULES WITH THERMAL STORAGE CAPACITY”

Elena Ibañez

Research Professor, Foodomics Laboratory, Bioactivity and Food Analysis Department , Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL-CSIC)
“HOW CAN GREEN FOODOMICS CHANGE YOUR LIFE?”

Chirstine Morand

UMR 1019 / Human Nutrition Unit, Diet, Plant food bioactives and vascular health (Nutrivasc)
“FOOD PHYTOCHEMICALS AS KEY CONTRIBUTORS OF THE VASCULAR HEALTH EFFECTS OF PLANT FOODS ”

Alvaro Goyanes

UCL School of Pharmacy, United Kingdom
“3D PRINTING OF PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS, THE FUTURE IS NOW”

Vítor Freitas

Universidade do Porto, Portugal
“EXPECTATIONS ABOUT THE CHEMISTRY OF ANTHOCYANINS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS!”

Luís Mafra

Universidade de Aveiro, CICECO, Portugal
“UNRAVELING CO2 SORPTION MECHANISMS IN POROUS ADSORBENTS VIA SOLID-STATE NMR AND MODELING”

Rita Bacelar Figueira

Centro de Química da Universidade do Minho, Portugal
“ORGANIC-INORGANIC HYBRIDS SOL-GEL MEMBRANES FOR APPLICATION IN OFS TO MONITOR THE DURABILITY OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES”

Scientific Writing Webinar
General Principles for Obtaining a Scientific Publication

18 May, 2021

Aim

The aim of the Webinar is to demystify the idea that publishing in high impact factor journals is an impossible task or that it is reserved for a small group of renowned experts and Professors from World Top Higher Education Institutions. In this Webinar, participants will be guided in all sections that compose a scientific paper, the aspects that need particular attention, and how to address each section of the manuscript. The ultimate goal is to stimulate and encourage MSc and Ph.D. students in their thesis final stage to get “out of the box” and plan, organize, execute and acquire the “fire in the belly” to publish their research outputs.

Webinar recipients

The Webinar is open to a general Academia audience, mainly targeting students but also open to researchers and early career Professors. The Webinar can also be attended by participants from diverse scientific domains, since it is developed in a general way, with some exercises and examples referring to particular areas (several domains within the scientific field of Chemistry), specifically developed to meet the participants’ background and main scientific subjects

Analytical chemistry

  • P 1 - Monitoring of 17 β-Estradiol in raw and treated waters of wastewater treatment plants
    Nathalia S. Foureaux, Eduardo V. Carneiro, António E. Ribeiro, Paulo Brito, Ana Queiroz
  • P 2 - An analytical approach to investigate blotting sands from Portuguese documents
    Margarida Nunes, Gláucia Wanzeller, Ofélia Sequeira, Fernanda Olival, Ana Claro, Patricia Moita, Teresa Ferreira
  • P 3 - Studies of enantioseparation of promethazine and its metabolites using LC-UV/Vis
    Maria Miguel Coelho, Carla Fernandes, Fernando Remião, Maria Elizabeth Tiritan
  • P 4 - Relevance of iron content for Escherichia coli growth in drinking water
    Andrea F. Afonso, Bruno Pires, Cátia Gonçalves, Cristina Teixeira, António José Nogueira
  • Chemistry of Natural Products

  • P 7 - Characterization of Algerian honeys by phenolic compounds LC-DAD-ESI/msn analysis: eucalyptus, jujube, spurge and multifloral
    Seloua Kaid , Soraia I. Falcão, Andreia Tomás, Ziani Kaddour, Miguel Vilas-Boas1
  • P 8 - Development of semi-solid formulations containing extracts of Juglans regia L. leaves for topical application
    Nermine Besrour, yosra chammakhi, José Pinela, Mohamed Mezni, Cristina Caleja, Carla Pereira, Rui M V Abreu, Maria José Alves, Taofiq Oludemi, Lillian Barros, Olga Ferreira
  • P 9 - Generation of a library of andrographolide derivatives as antibacterial agents
    Bernardo Vieira
  • P 10 - Phenolic profiles of horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.) seed extracts obtained by ultrasound-assisted extraction
    Maria Inês Dias, José Pinela, Carly Albiston, Mikel Añibarro-Ortega, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 11 - New semisynthetic derivatives of natural terpenoids extracted from Euphorbia piscatoria
    Joana Ribeiro, Carlos A. M. Afonso, Maria Umbelino Ferreira
  • P 12 - Generation of small library of Amaryllidaceae-type alkaloids through isolation and molecular derivatization
    Shirley Sancha, , Maria-José U. Ferreira
  • P 13 - Development of tetracyclo-quinolizidine alkaloid derivatives as multidrug resistance reversers in cancer cells
    Rita Mestre Vieira, Bruno Gonçalves, Maria-José U. Ferreira
  • P 14 - Carbamoyl-containing flavonoid derivatives for finding anticancer compounds
    Filipa Barbosa, David Cardoso, Maria-José U. Ferreira
  • P 15 - Nutritional value and chemical composition of three types of Petroselinum crispum leaves
    Elizandra Ardohain, Ângela Fernandes, Nikolaos Polyzos, Spryridon A. Petropoulos,, José Pinela, Isabel C. F. R. Ferreira,, Glaucia Moreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 16 - Reinforcing the correlation between the presence of high-added value compounds with the bioactive properties of tisanes using a categorical principal component analysis
    Beatriz H. Paschoalinotto , Maria Inês Dias, José Pinela , Tânia C. S. P. Pires, Maria José Alves , Andrei Mocan , Ricardo C. Calhelha, Rafael P. Ineu , Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Lilian Barros
  • P 17 - Pumpkin bioresidues as sources of bioactive compounds for food application
    Maria Gabriela Leichtweis, Adriana K. Molina, Carla Pereira, Tânia C. S. Pires, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 18 - Phenolic compounds and bioactive properties of Ruscus aculeatus L.: an underexploited subshrub
    Joana P. B. Rodrigues, Ângela Fernandes , Maria Inês Dias , Carla Pereira , Tânia C.S.P. Pires, Ricardo C. Calhelha, Ana Maria Carvalho , Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 19 - Mushroom bio-residues as natural sources of vitamin D2
    Rossana V. C. Cardoso, Ângela Fernandes, João C. M. Barreira, Ana M. Gonzaléz-Paramás , Lillian Barros, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • P 20 - Anthocyanin composition and bioactivities of the hydroethanolic extract of Garcinia mangostana L. pericarp
    Bianca R. Albuquerque, Maria Inês Dias, Ricardo C. Calhelha, José Pinela, Lillian Barros, M. Beatriz P.P. Oliveira, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • P 21 - Fingerprint of phenolic compounds in Myrtus nivelii Batt & Trab. From Algeria
    Wahiba Rached
  • P 22 - Kinetic behavior of the extraction of fucoxanthin under deferent temperatures and ethanol concentrations from Undaria pinnatifida
    Catarina Lourenço-Lopes, C. Jimenez-Lopez , P. García-Oliveira , A.G. Pereira, Franklin Chamorro, A. Carreira-Casais , M. Carpena , J. Echave, Aurora Silva, L. Cassani, M. Fraga-Corral, Paz Otero, M.A. Prieto, J. Simal-Gándara
  • P 23 - Phenolic composition and bioactive properties of Cynara cardunculus var. Altilis as affected by seasonal changes
    Filipa Mandim, Spyridon A. Petropoulos, Maria Inês Dias, José Pinela, Marina Kostic, Marina Sokovic, Lillian Barros, Celestino Santos-Buelga, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • Electrochemistry

  • P 29 - Glucose biosensors: an overview towards a new generation
    Carina Figueiredo, Marcos Pita, Miguel Alcalde, Antonio L. De Lacey
  • Food Chemistry

  • P 30 - Amino acid profile of green coffee: comparison of organic and conventional beans
    Susana Machado, Arnau Munõz, M. Beatriz P. P. Oliveira, Rita C. Alves
  • P 31 - Medicinal and aromatic plant (MAP) seasoning mixtures: bioactive and nutritional potential
    Cláudia Novais
  • P 32 - Applications of resveratrol delivery systems for functional bread
    Andreia F.R. Silva, Mariana Monteiro, Ana Baião, Rute Nunes, Susana S. Braga, Bruno Sarmento, Manuel. A. Coimbra, Artur M.S. Silva, Susana M. Cardoso
  • P 33 - Influence of species on coffee silverskin composition
    Susana Machado, Anabela S. G. Costa, Liliana Espirito Santo, M. Beatriz P. P. Oliveira, Rita C. Alves
  • P 34 - Extraction of chlorophylls and carotenoids from natural sources
    Pedro Martins, Leonardo Corrêa Gomes, Adriana K. Molina, Maria Inês Dias, Carla Pereira, Isabel C. F. R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 35 - Volatile organic composition evolution of three Portuguese monovarietal white wines under different antioxidant doses
    Cátia V. Almeida Santos, Marco Gomes da Silva, Maria João Cabrita
  • P 36 - Aloysia citrodora and Thymus citriodorus leaves: nutritional and antioxidant properties
    L. Espírito Santo, A.S.G. Costa, Thelma B. Machado, M. B. P. P. Oliveira1
  • P 37 - Natural food preservatives: application of rosemary, lemon balm and oregano extracts in chocolate muffins
    Mariana C. Pedrosa, Jonata M. Ueda, Bruno Melgar, Maria Inês Dias, José Pinela, Ricardo C. Calhelha, Marija Ivanov, Marina Sokovic, Sandrina Heleno, Aline Bruna da Silva, Márcio Carocho, Isabel C. F. R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 38 - Nutritional characterization, pH and antioxidant activity of the pulp of 29 color-fleshed potatoes
    Izamara de Oliveira, Christian Rodrigues, Sandrina Heleno, Spyridon Petropoulos, Alexios Alexopoulos, Marcio Carocho, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 39 - Phenolics profile of Algerian honeys: rosemary, tamarisk, thistle and multifloral
    kheira moufida mouffok
  • P 40 - Effects of different pasteurization methods on the chemical composition and antioxidant properties of 3 varieties of Opuntia ficus-indica
    Ricardo M. Ferreira, Renata A. Amaral, Jorge A. Saraiva, Susana M. Cardoso
  • P 41 - Wild Opuntia ficus-indica from northern Portugal - nutritional and chemical differences between harvest years
    A. O. Jorge, M. B. P. P. Oliveira, A. S. G. Costa
  • P 42 - Viability of Attalea speciosa Mart. ex Spreng mesocarp flour for application in bakery products: case study
    Vitória Mayumi dos Santos Souza, Maria Inês Dias, Nádia Cristiane Steinmacher, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 43 - Phenolics vs. free amino acids contributions for the antioxidant activity of rosemary infusions
    Juliana A. Barreto Peixoto, Gerardo Álvarez-Rivera, Rita C. Alves, Anabela S.G. Costa, Susana Machado, Alejandro Cifuentes, Elena Ibáñez, M. Beatriz P.P. Oliveira
  • P 44 - Unprecedented study of the proximate and chemical composition of non-conventional seeds for further application in bakery products
    Juliana França Lima, Maria Inês Dias , Carla Pereira, Marija Ivanov, Marina Sokovic, Nadia Cristiane Steinmacher , Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira , Lillian Barros
  • P 45 - Blueberry (Vaccinium myrtillus L.) juice and bagasse for antioxidant products development
    Emanueli Backes, Adriana K. Molina, Carla Pereira , Maria Inês Dias, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 46 - Effects of different production systems on red fruits nutritional properties
    Luís Palmeira, Adriana K. Molina, Carla Pereira, Lillian Barros, Isabel C. F. R. Ferreira
  • P 47 - A novel method to obtain an olive pomace functional ingredient
    M. Antónia Nunes, Josman Palmeira, Susana Machado, Diana Melo, Joana C. Lobo, Anabela Costa, Rita Alves, Helena Ferreira, M. Beatriz Oliveira
  • P 48 - Strategies for upcycling by-products: the case of olive pomace
    M. Manuela Sousa, M. Antónia Nunes, Susana Machado, Diana Melo, Joana C. Lobo, Anabela S. G. Costa, Rita C. Alves, M. Beatriz P. P. Oliveira
  • P 49 - Proximate composition and “green” determination of the mineral fraction of Salicornia ramosissima
    Maria Lopes , Mário João Roque, Carlos Cavaleiro, Fernando Ramos
  • P 50 - Phytochemical and antioxidant profile of Pardina lentil (Len culinaris Medikus) cultivars from different regions of Spain
    Ângela Liberal, Ângela Fernandes , José Pinela, Maria Inês Dias, Ana Maria Vivar-Quintana, Isabel CFR Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 51 - Amino acid profile and protein quality assessment of Porphyra dioica and Ulva rigida seaweeds
    Marlene Machado, Filipa B. Pimentel, Susana Machado, Rita C. Alves, M. Beatriz P. P. Oliveira
  • P 52 - Amino acids profile: whole-wheat pasta vs whole-wheat pasta with algae
    B. C. C. Oliveira , S. Machado, R. C. Alves, M. B. P. P. Oliveira
  • P 53 - Evaluation of macroalgae as a source of nutrients for nutraceutical foods
    Paula García Oliveira, Anxo Carreira Casais, Eliana Pereira, Cristina Caleja, Marta Barral, Pascual Garcia Perez, Lillian Barros, Miguel Ángel Prieto Lage, Jesus Simal Gandara, Isabel C. F. R. Ferreira
  • P 54 - Plant-based beverages as sources of nutrients
    Filipa A. Fernandes, Ângela Fernandes , Sandrina A. Heleno, Stephane Cantais, Luís Paulico, Pilar Morais, Isabel C. F. R. Ferreira, Lillian Barros
  • P 55 - Brewer’s spent yeast polysaccharides: defining applications as food ingredients
    Bernardo Almeida, Vítor J. Martins, Sofia F. Reis, Manuel A. Coimbra, Elisabete Coelho
  • P 56 - Solanum melongena L. fruits as a good source of bioactive molecules with health benefits
    Gabriel F. Pantuzza, Eliana Pereira, Maria Inês Dias, Carla Pereira, Ricardo C. Calhelha, Dejan Stojković, Marina Sokovic, Lillian Barros, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • P 57 - Starch from avocado seed vs. starch from potato slices: potentialities and drawbacks for future applications as bioplastics
    Alexandre Vala, Manuel A. Coimbra, Idalina Gonçalves
  • P 58 - Application of an anthocyanin-based colorant in a pastry product
    Emanueli Backes, Maria Gabriela Leichtweis, Adriana K. Molina, Luís Palmeira, Carla Pereira , Lillian Barros, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • P 59 - Nutraceutical formulations: Addition of natural ingredients as preservatives
    Filipa Fernandes, Marcio Carocho, Sandrina A. Heleno, Paula Rodrigues, Maria Inês Dias, José Pinela, Miguel A. Prieto, Jesus Simal-Gandara, Lillian Barros, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • P 60 - Comparative phytochemical profile of elephant garlic (Allium ampeloprasum var. Holmense) and common garlic (Allium sativum) from Val di Chiana area (Tuscany, Italy) before and following in vitro gastrointestinal digestion
    Costanza Ceccanti, Marco Landi, Gabriele Rocchetti, Gianluca Giuberti, Luigi Lucini, Lucia Guidi
  • P 61 - High hydrostatic pressure as a tool to improve the antioxidant activity of watercress extracts
    José Pinela, Mikel Añibarro-Ortega, Lillian Barros, Jorge A. Saraiva, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • P 62 - Red algae as a source of nutrients with antioxidant potential
    María Carpena Rodríguez, Cristina Caleja, Eliana Pereira, Paula García Oliveira, Carla Pereira, Bernabe Nuñez Estevez, Franklin Chamorro, Miguel Ángel Prieto Lage, Jesús Simal Gandara, Lillian Barros, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
  • P 63 - Application of emerging green technologies in the development of new food products
    A.G. Pereira, A. Soria, A. Carreira-Casais , M. Fraga, C.S.P.L. Lopes, P.G. Oliveira, M. Carpena , J. Echave, A. Silva, P. García-Pérez, L. Barros, M.A. Prieto, I.C.F.R. Ferreira , J. Simal-Gandara
  • Green chemistry

  • P 64 - Fabrication of bioinspired superhydrophobic surfaces based on Philotheca myoporoides leaves
    Aleksandra Predeina, João Rocha, Mariana Fernandes, Ajith P. Ravishankar, Rebeca Cruz, Srinivasan Anand, Susana Casal, António L. Crespí, Verónica de Zea Bermudez
  • P 65 - Tunable selective continuous flow hydrogenation of 4,5-trans-diamino cyclopentenones – synthesis of bifunctionalized cyclopentanones and α- enaminones from furfural
    Lídia A.S. Cavaca, Rafael F.A. Gomes, Susana Dias Lucas, Rui Loureiro, Carlos A.M. Afonso
  • P 66 - Removal of microplastics and drugs from sewage sludge by wet oxidation
    Javier Cañas Jimenez, Carlos Ruiz de Leon Gomez, Silvia Alvarez Torrellas, Vicente Ismael Agueda, Blanca Hermana, Juan García Rodriguez
  • P 67 - The theoretical description for heavy metal concentration monitoring system, based on naphthoquinone-based or overoxidized conducting polymer
    Volodymyr Tkach, Marta V. Kushnir, Sílvio C. de Oliveira, Yana G. Ivanushko, Adriano O. da Silva, Olga V. Luganska, Petro I. Yagodynets´
  • P 68 - Antimicrobial activity of Sargassum muticum extracts on Staphylococcus epidermidis strain
    Aurora Silva , Lucía Cassani , C. Jiménez-López , V. F Domingues, ,C. Lourenço-Lopes, M.A. Prieto, M.Fátima Barroso, J. Simal-Gandara
  • P 69 - Hydrophobic coatings inspired by the Myrtus communis L. leaf surfaces
    Anna Goncharenko, Mariana Fernandes, João Rocha, Ajith P. Ravishankar, Rebeca Cruz, Srinivasan Anand, Susana Casal, António L. Crespí, Verónica de Zea Bermudez
  • Inorganic chemistry

  • P 70 - Emissive sulfur species present in artificial hackmanite
    Catarina Viola, Andreia Ruivo, João Avó, João Carlos Lima, Mani Outis, César A. T. Laia
  • P 71 - Mono- and binuclear metal salphen derivatives for photocatalytic CO2 reduction
    Catarina A. Caetano, Sara Realista, Paulo N. Martinho
  • P 72 - Targeting FGFR(+) breast cancer cells with half-sandwich ruthenium(II)-cyclopentadienyl peptide conjugates
    João Franco Machado, Miguel Machuqueiro, Fernanda Marques, M. Helena Garcia, João D. G. Correia, Tânia S. Morais
  • P 73 - Solvate influence on iron(III) SCO complexes
    Rafaela T. Marques, Liliana P. Ferreira, Clara Gomes, Cátia Lopes, Manuel M. Piedade, Paulo N. Martinho
  • P 74 - On the route for molecules with augmented luminescence efficiency: gold(I) complexes linked to coumarin chromophores and phosphine linkers
    Carla Cunha, Laura Rodríguez, João Sérgio Seixas de Melo
  • P 75 - Mimicking the formate dehydrogenase with tungsten coordination compounds
    P. A. Rodrigues, M. A. Bento, M. S. Saraiva, P. N. Martinho
  • P 76 - Fe(III) spin crossover compounds with luminescent ligands
    A. R. Reis, L. P. Ferreira, M. S. Saraiva, R. T. Marques, P. N. Martinho
  • Materials chemistry and Nanomaterials

  • P 77 - Smart polystyrene-silica core-shell nanoparticles
    Carina I. C. Crucho, Marta C. P. S. Lima
  • P 78 - Naproxen release from nanostructured matrices: influence of molecular mobility, physical state and distribution among the drug carrier
    Teresa Cordeiro, Piedade d’Orey, Mirtha A. O. Lourenço, Inês Matos, Florence Danède, João C. Sotomayor, Isabel M. Fonseca, Paula Ferreira, Natália T. Correia, Madalena Dionísio
  • P 79 - Surface functionalization of magnetic nanoparticles with TMS-EDTA: comparison of methodologies
    Gabriela T. A. D. Santos, Ana C. Estrada, Patrícia S. M. Santos, Armando C. Duarte
  • P 80 - Hydrogenation of CO2 over Cobalt-Lanthanide Bimetallic Oxide Nanofibers
    Joana F. Martinho, Joaquim B. Branco, Ana C. Ferreira
  • P 81 - Luminescent compounds with delayed fluorescence in aggregate state for imaging applications
    Liliana Gomes, Artur J. Moro, João Avó
  • P 82 - Preparation of lanthanopolyoxometalate/graphene materials for the detection of aqueous metals ions
    Maria João Martins , Helena Nogueira, Tito Trindade
  • P 83 - Rapid degradation of tramadol by carbon nitride photocatalysis
    Maria A. Barros, Maria J. Sampaio, Cláudia G. Silva, Joaquim L. Faria
  • P 84 - Oih sol-gel membranes for pH monitoring – synthesis and characterization
    Bárbara Ferreira, Rui P. C. L. Sousa, Rui F. P. Pereira, Rita B. Figueira
  • P 85 - Multifunctional smart textile device: a two-in-one energy storage/fluorescent technology
    Joana S. Teixeira, André M. Pereira, Clara Pereira
  • P 86 - A hafnium-based metal-organic framework for the entrapment of molybdenum hexacarbonyl and the light-responsive release of the gasotransmitter carbon monoxide
    Isabel B. Calhau, Andreia F. Silva, Ana C. Gomes, Anabela A. Valente, Isabel S. Gonçalves, Martyn Pillinger
  • P 87 - Imidazole-doped organic-inorganic hybrid sol-gel materials: synthesis and characterization
    Rui P. C. L. Sousa, Rita B. Figueira, Susana P. G. Costa, M. M. M. Raposo
  • P 88 - Development of galactomannan-based microparticles for pulmonary insulin delivery
    Sara A. Valente, Lisete M. Silva, Guido R. Lopes, Margarida Almeida, Paula Ferreira, Manuel A. Coimbra, Cláudia P. Passos
  • P 89 - How to modulate spontaneous patterned VA-CNTs arrays by chemical vapor deposition?
    Inês E. Oliveira, Ricardo M. Silva, Cláudia G. Silva, Rui F. Silva
  • P 90 - Fabrication of bioinspired superhydrophobic surfaces based on Philotheca myoporoides leaves
    Aleksandra L. Predeina, João Rocha, Mariana Fernandes, Ajith P. Ravishankar, Rebeca Cruz, Srinivasan Anand, Susana Casal, António L. Crespí, Verónica de Zea Bermudez
  • P 91 - Solid-state characterization and photodecarbonylation of a para-substituted dicumyl ketone intercalated in a layered double hydroxide
    Ana L. Costa, Simone C. Ferreira, Rodrigo P. Monteiro, Martyn Pillinger, Isabel S. Gonçalves, J. Sérgio Seixas de Melo
  • P 92 - Electrospun gelatin patches reinforced with lysozyme nanofibrils for improved myocardial regeneration
    Tiago Carvalho, Nazanin Zanjanizadeh Ezazi, Alexandra M. Correia, Carla Vilela, Hélder A. Santos, Carmen S. R. Freire
  • P 93 - Smart Windows based on semiconductor materials for energy saving applications
    César A.T. Laia, Ana Pinheiro, Hugo Águas, Andreia Ruivo
  • P 94 - Tio2/carbon quantum dots nanocomposites: new solar driven photocatalysts to efficiently remove antibiotics from aquaculture effluents
    Valentina Guimarães da Silva, Carla Patrícia Silva, Marta Otero, Diana Lima
  • P 95 - Are photolysis and photocatalysis sustainable options for the remediation of aquaculture effluents? - The contribution of the Project REM-AQUA
    Vitória Louros, Liliana Ferreira, Carla Patrícia Silva, Marta Otero, Valdemar Esteves, Diana Lima
  • P 96 - Paramagnetic ionic liquid/ZIF-8 composites – magILl@ZIF-8 - for CO2/CH4 and CO2/N2 separations
    Laura M. Esteves, Tiago J. Ferreira, Ana V. Torres, Beatriz A. de Moura, Mohammad Tariq, José M. S. S. Esperança, Isabel A. A. C. Esteves
  • P 97 - Composite metal organic framework/ammonium-based ionic liquids materials for CO2/ CH4 and CO2/N2 separations
    Tiago J. Ferreira, Beatriz A. de Moura, Laura M. Esteves, Thiago O. Carvalho, Patrícia M. Reis, José M. S. S. Esperança, Isabel A. A. C. Esteves
  • P 98 - Synthesis of porphyrin-based hybrid materials: a potential solution to prevent trimethoprim resistance
    Giusi Piccirillo, Matilde Moreira-Santos, M. Ermelinda S. Eusébio, Mario J. F. Calvete, Mariette M. Pereira
  • P 99 - Properties of PLA films with natural agents for children’s toys
    Stefania Badila, Adriana Nicoleta Frone, Elena-Ruxandra Radu, Marius Stelian Popa, Denis Mihaela Panaitescu, Monica Florentina Raduly, Augusta Raluca Gabor, Cristian-Andi Nicolae
  • P 100 - Reinforced silicone rubber for electronic applications
    Elena Ruxandra Radu, Raluca Augusta Gabor, Cristian Andi Nicolae, Adriana Frone, Marius Popa, Stefania Badila, Florin Ciuprina, Laura Andrei, Denis Mihaela Panaitescu
  • P 101 - Adsorption of Ni(II) on activated carbons prepared from tangerine peel by sequential hydrothermal carbonization and pyrolysis
    Vitor da Costa Marques, Assem Shinibekova, Marzhan S. Kalmakhanova, Jose L. Diaz de Tuesta, Tatiane Cristina Dal Bosco, Bakytgul K. Massalimova, Helder T. Gomes
  • P 102 - Catalytic wet peroxide oxidation of paracetamol using carbon nanotubes synthesized from low-density polyethylene as model plastic waste
    Ana P. Ferreira da Silva, Fernanda F. Roman, Jessica P. M. Lopes, Jose L. Diaz de Tuesta, Giane G. Lenzi, Adrian M.T. Silva, Helder T. Gomes
  • P 103 - Catalytic wet peroxide oxidation of leachate using low cost carbon-based material as catalyst
    Gabriel de Freitas, Fernanda F. Roman, José L. Diaz de Tuesta, Joaquim L. Faria, Adrián M. T. Silva, Raquel V. Mambrini, Helder T. Gomes
  • P 104 - Hydrothermal conversion of calcium carbonate from microalgae in hydroxyapatite
    Joana Daniela Ferreira Gonçalves, Ana S. P. Moreira, Hugo Pereira, Joana Silva, Paula Ferreira, Cláudia Nunes
  • P 105 - Tuned porous metal-free carbon catalysts for wet peroxide oxidation of paracetamol
    Adriano Santos Silva, Hendryk Steldinger, Jose L. Diaz de Tuesta, Adriano Henrique , Jose A. C. Silva, Jan Gläsel, Bastian J. M. Etzold, Helder T. Gomes
  • P 106 - Graphene oxide-based photocatalysts for the degradation of organic pollutants in water
    Joana L. Lopes, Ana C. Estrada, Tito Trindade
  • P 107 - Efficient removal of diclofenac and ibuprofen by CWPO using a magnetite-based catalyst in a continuous up-flow fixed bed reactor
    Y. Huacallo-Aguilar, S. Álvarez-Torrellas, H.T. Gomes, J.L. Díaz de Tuesta, M. Larriba, G. Ovejero, J. Garcia
  • P 108 - Transesterification of starch-based films using spent frying oil
    André Oliveira, Sílvia Petronilho, Idalina Gonçalves, M. Rosário Domingues, Fernando Nunes, Manuel A. Coimbra
  • P 109 - Synthesis and characterization of hybrid sol-gel materials doped with silver nanoparticles
    B. R. Gomes, S. P. G. Costa, M. M. M. Raposo, R. B. Figueira
  • Medicinal chemistry

  • P 110 - Tackling infectious diseases using pharmaceutical ionic liquids
    Francisco Faísca, Dário Silva, Inês Grilo, Vanessa Correia, Celso Alves, Joana Silva, Patrícia Susano, Zeljko Petrovski, Rita Sobral, Rui Pedrosa, Helena Andrade, Miguel Santos, Luís Branco
  • P 111 - Water soluble porphyrin-cyclodextrin dyes for photoinactivation of Escherichia coli
    Cláudia P. S. Ribeiro, Sara R. D. Gamelas, Ana T. P. C. Gomes, Maria A. F. Faustino, Adelaide Almeida, João P. C. Tomé, Leandro M. O. Lourenço
  • P 112 - (Photo)switchable antimycobacterial azaaurones
    André Campaniço, Shrika G. Harjivan, Elisabete Freitas, Audrey Jordaan, Digby F. Warner, Rui Moreira, Francisca Lopes
  • P 113 - Synthesis and study of a novel class of potent necroptosis inhibitors - Different heterocycles, distinct affinities
    André F. S. Luz, Andreia C. Vieira, Vanda Marques, Catarina Pinto, Cecília M. P. Rodrigues, Rita C. Guedes, Lígia C. Gomes-da-Silva, Rui Moreira
  • P 114 - Preparation of 1,3-diarylketones with potential therapeutic applications
    Rodrigo P. Monteiro, Ana L. Costa, Kelly Carvalho, Simone C. Ferreira, J. Sérgio Seixas de Melo, Martyn Pillinger, Isabel S. Gonçalves
  • P 115 - Structure-based modulation of spiropyrazoline oxindoles to target p53-MDMS PPIs
    Elizabeth A. Lopes, Daniel J. V. A. dos Santos, Maria M. M. Santos
  • P 116 - Magnetic yolk-shell nanoparticles as nanocarriers for magnetic targeting of doxorubicin
    Simone Moretto, Adriano Santos Silva, Thais S. Berich, José L. Diaz de Tuesta, Rita Cortesi, Helder T. Gomes
  • P 117 - Design, synthesis, biochemical activity evaluation, and structure-activity relationships of steroidal olefins versus epoxides as aromatase inhibitors
    Elisiário J. Tavares da Silva, Saúl C. Costa, Ana R. Gomes, Carla L. Varela, Cristina Amaral, Tiago Augusto, Georgina Correia-da-Silva, Natércia Teixeira, Fernanda M. F. Roleira
  • P 118 - Organic salts and ionic liquids from fluoroquinolones as highly bioavailable antimicrobials against gram-positive bacteria
    Diogo Madeira, Miguel Santos, Luís Branco, Celso Alves, Joana Silva, Catarina Florindo, Alexandra Costa, Zeljko Petrovski, Isabel M. Marrucho, Rui Pedrosa, Patrícia Susano
  • Organic chemistry

  • P 119 - Pyrazole-pyridinium porphyrinoids as powerful photosensitizers for photoinactivation of planktonic and biofilm forms of Escherichia coli
    Sara R. D. Gamelas, Isabela Santos, Cátia Vieira, Maria A. F. Faustino, João P. C. Tomé, Adelaide Almeida, Ana T. P. C. Gomes, Leandro M. O. Lourenço
  • P 120 - The secret life of aminals
    Juliana G. Pereira, Rafael F. A. Gomes, Carlos A. M. Afonso
  • P 121 - Novel benziodoxolone reagents for electrophilic α-amination
    Diogo L. Poeira, Ana Cláudia R. Negrão, M. Manuel B. Marques
  • P 122 - An efficient and selective manganese-catalyzed synthesis of imines
    Nuno Viduedo, Daniel Raydan, Sofia Friães, A. Sofia Santos, M. Manuel B. Marques, Beatriz Royo
  • P 123 - Novel hypervalent iodine for sulfonyl transfer
    João Macara, M. Manuel B. Marques, Diogo L. Poeira, Jaime A. S. Coelho
  • P 124 - Hypervalent iodine reagents: Exploring the potential of umpolung reactions
    Ana Cláudia R. Negrão, Diogo L. Poeira, M. Manuel B. Marques
  • P 125 - Expanding the toolbox of chemical tools to target malaria parasites with azaindoles
    José C. F. da Cunha, M. Manuel B. Marques, Rui Moreira
  • P 126 - Synthesis and anticancer activity of 3-tetrazoyl- and 3-trizoyl-b-carbolines against human colon cancer cell lines
    João L. P. Ribeiro, Susana M. M. Lopes, Lucília Saraiva, Teresa M. V. D. Pinho e Melo
  • P 127 - Tailoring Spirobifluorenes for Chiroptical Applications
    Ani Ozcelik, María de los Ángeles Peña Gallego, Raquel Pereira Cameselle, José Lorenzo Alonso Gómez
  • P 128 - Novel catalysts for the asymmetric neber reaction: synthesis of chiral 2-(tetrazol-5-yl)-2h-azirines
    Cláudia Alves, Ana L. Cardoso, Teresa M.V.D. Pinho e Melo
  • P 129 - Synthesis and enantiomeric purity evaluation of new chiral derivatives of xanthones
    Joana Teixeira, Maria Elizabeth Tiritan, Madalena M. M. Pinto, Carla Fernandes
  • P 130 - Synthesis and preliminary antibacterial activity evaluation of fumiquinazoline related alkaloids
    Mariana C. Almeida, Diana I. S. P. Resende, Paulo Costa, Madalena Pinto, Emília Sousa
  • P 131 - Synthesis of new chitosan conjugates for pharmaceutical and biomedical applications
    Lima, Rita., Teixeira, Joana., Tiritan, Maria E. , Pinto, Madalena M. M., Fernandes, Carla.
  • P 132 - One-step multicomponent reaction synthesis of oxindole-lactam hybrids – new agents targeting cholinesterase inhibition
    Pedro Brandão, Óscar López, Anthony J. Burke, Marta Pineiro
  • P 133 - Novel chromene derivatives prepared from 2-amino-4-(2-oxo-2-arylethyl)-4h-chromene-3-carbonitriles
    Fábio Pedroso de Lima, Maria Fernanda Proença
  • P 134 - A facile, efficient, and reusable silica sulfuric acid (ssa) catalysed synthesis of non-symmetrical 1,2,4,5-tetraoxanes and 1,2,4-trioxanes
    Patrícia S. M. Amado, Luís M. T. Frija, Paul M. O’Neill, Maria L. S. Cristiano
  • Physical chemistry

  • P 136 - Partitioning and solubility of phenolic compounds using the abraham solvation model
    Isabella W. Cordova, Sérgio M. Vilas-Boas, Priscilla S. Gaschi, João A.P. Coutinho, Simão P. Pinho, Olga Ferreira
  • P 137 - A supramolecular multiresponsive ternary complex
    André Seco, Nathan Mcclenaghan, A. Jorge Parola, Nuno Basílio
  • P 138 - Modulation of the photochemical reactivity of a bischalcone upon complexation with cucurbit[7]uril
    Rita Anastácio, André Seco, Pedro Mateus, Fernando Pina, Nuno Basílio
  • P 139 - Fluorescent sensing of guanosines in water: a combination of complementary hydrogen bonds and electrostatic interactions
    Liliana Gomes, Manuel Barata, João Avó, Artur J. Moro
  • P 140 - Polymorphism of 1-methylhydantoin investigation by periodic DFT calculations and characterization of the third polymorph
    Bernardo A. Nogueira, Alberto Milani, Chiara Castiglioni, Rui Fausto
  • P 141 - Supramolecular light-controlled counterion activator for the transport of cationic peptides
    Joana N. Martins, Javier Montenegro, J. Carlos Lima, Nuno Basílio
  • Surface chemistry and interfaces

  • P 142 - Agapanthus africanus: a source of inspiration for the preparation of superhydrophobic hybrid films
    P. Nunes, R. F. P. Pereira, A. L. Crespí, V. de Zea Bermudez, M. Fernandes
  • other

  • P 143 - Kinetic study of biodiesel production using choline hydroxide as catalyst
    Khadidja Hachemane , Mehdi Adjdir, Ana Queiroz, António Ribeiro, Paulo Brito
  • P 144 - The risk of emerging mycotoxins in the maize food chain
    Marta Leite, Andreia Freitas, Ana Sanches Silva, Jorge Barbosa, Fernando Ramos
  • P 145 - Exploring tazobactam for the development of antibiotic coordination frameworks by mechanochemistry
    Daniela R. Ferreira, Paula C. Alves, Vânia André
  • Awards

    PYCA 2020

    The Portuguese Young Chemists Award (PYCA) attributed by the Young Chemists Group (GQJ) aims to promote excellence in Chemistry developed by young researchers, with particular focus on the scientific impact on the society. The prize is awarded every two years to recent doctors with less than 35 years and laureates the work done during their PhD. It is opened to Portuguese or foreigner young researchers that received his/her PhD degree in any field of the chemical sciences from a Portuguese University between January 2018 and December 2019.

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    Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049, CODEN: MOLEFW) provides an advanced forum for science of chemistry and all interfacing disciplines. Our aim is to provide rigorous peer review and enable rapid publication of cutting-edge research to educate and inspire the scientific community worldwide. The article processing time is 31 days (median values for papers published in 2018). The Impact Factor for Molecules is 3.060 (2018 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition, Clarivate Analytics, 2019) Website: www.mdpi.com/journal/molecules


    ReadyToPub Award

    An Award will be attributed to a oral communication presented by a master/PhD student during the 7th PYCheM. Selection will be based on three criteria: General interest of the research, Clarity of the presentation, and Quality of the results presented.
    The award will consist of one English Editing service (Basic Pack) of a manuscript having the student as the first author. The award will be announced during the Closing Ceremony.
    Check the eligibility conditions and how to apply

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    CAPP micropipette

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    Best Poster communication award

    "CARTÕES DÁ" for the three best posters communications.

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