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ISSN: 2347-6672 IJCNS  |  Open Access  | 

Volume 4, Issue-1 (January - February 2016)

Volume 4 | Issue 1
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Assessment of postgraduate international students learning preferences at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
Addis Adera Gebru*, Alireza Nikbakht Nasrabadi, Abraha Woldemichael Nigussie and Woldegebriel Gebregziabher Kahsay
Int J Chem Natur Sci. 2016, 4(1): 351-358
351-358
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Biochemical studies on Moringa oleifera seed oil
Amany, M. Basuny* and Maliha, A. Al-Marzouq
Int J Chem Natur Sci. 2016, 4(1): 359-364
359-364
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Production of mixture more resistance from some vegetable oils for frying process
Amany M. Basuny*, Shaker M. Arafat, Hoda A. Farag and Hanaa M. Soliman
Int J Chem Natur Sci. 2016, 4(1): 365-373
365-373
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Thermodynamic Studies of Lead (II) Ion Adsorption by the shell of Sweet dattock (Detarium microcarpum)
Sadiq Danladi Attahir, Mustapha Balarabe Idris* and Ayuba Abdullahi Muhammad
Int J Chem Natur Sci. 2016, 4(1): 374-378
374-378
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Nile River as a Symbol of Drought Control in Ethiopia: A Narrative Review
Gosaye Degu, Ali Ardalan, Javad Moradian and Addis Adera*
Int J Chem Natur Sci. 2016, 4(1): 379-384
379-384
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An Adaptation Strategy for Climate Change in Ethiopia
Gosaye Degu, Ali Ardalan, Zebene Asfaw and Addis Adera*
Int J Chem Natur Sci. 2016, 4(1): 385-388
385-388
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Retracted Paper: Phytoremediation Potential of Duranta erecta in Chromium Contaminated Soil
Kiran Shehzadi, Adil Sikandar* and Komal Munir
Int J Chem Natur Sci. 2016, 4(1): 389
389
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