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Study of Ionic Conduction and Dielectric Behavior of Pure and K+ Doped Ag2CdI4  [PDF]
Khalid Siraj, Rafiuddin Rafiuddin
Soft Nanoscience Letters (SNL) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/snl.2012.22003
Abstract: The ionic conductivity of 8, 9 and 10 mol% K+ doped Ag2CdI4 showed slight decrease whereas the phase transition was observed almost at the same temperature as it reported for pure Ag2CdI4. This decrease in conductivity likely results from decrease in free volume because of the larger K+ ions (rK+ = 133 pm and rAg+ = 129 pm) entering Ag2CdI4 lattice which is unchanging in size. The dielectric constant of Ag2CdI4 was found to increase with increasing temperature as the orientation of dipoles is facilitated in rising temperature.
Cultural Dimensions of Economic Development: A Case of UAE  [PDF]
Gouher Ahmed, Aqila Rafiuddin
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2018.811160
Abstract: Economic development, which is sought all over, is a long-term increase in national and per capita income for higher consumption and happiness. It may seem lacking in finer things that go under the name of culture. As such, this study sets to examine the cultural dimensions of economic development, with the case study of the fast-developed small nation of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The giant developing India is also drawn upon. The objectives of the exercise are to find out the nature and dynamics of economic development and its cultural dimensions or content and thereupon draw policy implications regarding economic and cultural development. The interesting conclusions that follow from the exercise are that, there are invariable cultural dimensions to economic development and that a cultural sector emerges in the course of economic development. More emphasis needs to be given to culture in development policy and planning, without culture, economic development is not wholesome, as the UAE is amicable of wholesome holistic development.
Electrical Conductivity Behavior of CdHgI4 – CuI Mixed System
Khalid Siraj,Rafiuddin Rafiuddin
International Journal of Chemistry , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ijc.v3n2p174
Abstract: In this paper the electrical conductivity behaviour in CdHgI4 - CuI mixed system were investigated. The mixed system were prepared by mixing CdHgI4 with CuI in different mol% (10:90, 20:80, 30:70, 40:60 and 50:50 ratios). It was observed that the conductivity of 10:90 CdHgI4 – CuI mixed system were higher than the other system. This increase in conductivity is due to the availability of additional vacancies created by addition of CdHgI4 in CuI, but above 10mol% CdHgI4 the conductivity of mixed system decreased due to the reduction in the mobility of Cu+ ion following vacancy interactions. Activation energy data also suggested the higher conductivity for 10:90 mol% mixed system.
Plant based native therapy for the treatment of Kidney stones in Aurangabad (M.S)
Rafiuddin Naser,Rafiuddin Naser
Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry , 2013,
Abstract: Plants have been the major source of therapeutic agents for curing the human diseases. Tribals as well as the rural people depend for all their medicinal and other necessities on the surrounding plant wealth. The urinary bladder or kidney stone has posed a challenge to the medicinal world. The disease is found occurring in both young and old persons. Even the advanced method and technology for the treatment of urinary calculi is available in the Allopathic system of medicine, it has own limitation as in some cases, several side effects as even periodical reoccurrence of stones in a few. The alternative system of medicine which usually employs natural sources-green medicine with a minimum or no side effects. During the ethnobotanical survey of plants from Aurangabad region, a few medicinal plants used in the treatment of kidney stones have been recorded which are discussed in this paper.
Ionic Conductivity and Phase Transition Behaviour in 4AgI-(1-)PbI-2 CuI System
Mohammed Hassan,Rafiuddin
Physics Research International , 2008, DOI: 10.1155/2008/249402
Abstract: Samples of general formula 4AgI-(1-)PbI2-2CuI, =0-0.4, have been prepared and investigated by XRD, DSC, and temperature-dependent conductivity studies. X-ray diffractograms showed the presence of binary system consisting of AgI and PbI2 in the sample =0. Cu-substituted samples showed very similar diffractograms to that of the pure compound which indicates that no effect for the substitution on the nature of the binary system. DSC curves showed the presence of phase transition whose temperature increased with Cu
Unsteady MHD memory flow with oscillatory suction, variable free stream and heat source
S. Mustafa,Rafiuddin,M. V. Ramana Murthy
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Ohmic disspitaion effect on unsteady boundary layer flow and heat transfer of an incompressible electrically conducting memory fluid over a continuous moving horizontal non-conducting surface in the presence of transverse magnetic field, an oscillating free stream and volumetric rate of heat generation (or absorption) is investigated, neglecting induced magnetic field in comparison to the applied magnetic field. The velocity and temperature distributions are obtained numerically and presented in graphical form. The expressions of skin friction coefficient and rate of heat transfer in terms of Nusselt number at the surface are derived, numerically and their numerical values for various values of physical parameters are presented in Tabular form.
MEDICINAL PLANTS USED BY THE ANDH, BHIL, PARDHI, THAKAR COMMUNITIES FOR TREATING THE HAIR PROBLEMS / DISORDERS IN MARATHWADAREGION OF MAHARASHTRA.
NIKHIL B. RATHOD,K.S. RATHOD,RAFIUDDIN NASER
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The present work deals with traditional medicines used on treating the hair problems i.e. hair fall, dandruff, discoloration of hair etc from Marathwada region of Maharashtra. Authors have collected the traditional knowledge from villagers, took the interviews noted on paper and recorded their knowledge For this authors visited the villages of different talukas in Marathwada such as Kannad, Sillod, Soygaon, Vaijapur, of Aurangabad districts which are dominated by few tribal inhabitants like Bhil, Pardhi, Andh, Thakar Vaidu and other while Kalamnuri, Sengaon, Umri, Sonpeth, Hadgaon, Talukas of Hingoli, Nanded and Parbhani districts of Marathwada region were dominated by Andh Tribes. Products from natural sources are an integral part of human health care system because there are major concern about synthetic drugs owing to their side effects and toxicity . The present study is an attempt to investigate the medicinal plants used for hair disorders / problems by tribal communities based in Marathwada region of Maharashtra. 20 Plant species belonging to 18 families of ethnomedical interest are recorded after survey and screening.
Performance of Gladiolus as Influenced by Boron and Zinc
N. K. Halder,Md. Rafiuddin,M. A. Siddiky,R. Gomes
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: The field study of B and Zn on Gladiolus was conducted at Floriculture Farm of HRC, Gazipur and RARS, Jessore during 2005-2006. The objective was to evaluate the response of B and Zn and to find out the optimum dose of the same for production of gladiolus. It appeared in studied data reveals that B and Zn made promising response to the growth and floral characters of gladiolus. It was also noticed in the tables that B and Zn both either in single or in combination exerted tremendous effect on the yield and quality of gladiolus. However, with subsequent addition of higher rates of B and Zn progressively increased the selective growth and flower characters to some extent and beyond the further increment of the dosage declined the results noticeably. It is also reported that gladiolus is highly responsive to chemical fertilizers. The sixteen treatment combinations included in the study noted that B and Zn at the rate of B2.0 Zn4.5 kg ha-1. along with blanket dose of N375 P150 K250 S20 kg and CD 5 t ha-1 exhibited the best performance in flower production and stretched the vase life of flower. The studied parameters like plant height (79.83 and 87.61 cm), length of spike (71.2 and 67.33 cm) length of rachis (48.86 and 45.08 cm) and leaves number (10.77 and 9.87/plant) significantly responded to the combined application of boron and zinc at the rate of B2.0 Zn4.54 as compared to other treatment combinations. Floral characters like floret number (12.85 and 12.45/spike), floret size (9.76x8.93 and 10.28x9.77 cm) and weight of stick (36.73 and 45.12 g) also significantly influenced by said treatment (B2.0 Zn4.5 kg ha-1) which was markedly differed over rest of treatments combination. Similar trend was noticed as well in single application of B and Zn with increase rates.
Plant based native therapy for skin problems in Aurangabad district (M.S.)
I.H. Zahid,A.S. Bawazir,Rafiuddin Naser
Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry , 2013,
Abstract: An Ethnobotanical survey was carried out to collect information on the use of medicinal plants by the local and tribal people of some selected areas of Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state. A total of 26 plants have been recorded here which are used for curing 20 types of skin problems (Dermatological problems), such as boils, eruption, cuts, wounds, eczema, syphilis, urticaria etc. The data was collected by using questionnaire approach, group discussion and contact with traditional healers of the villages.The investigated plant taxa have been listed according to their uses in curing the diseases, along with botanical names, families, local names, parts used and routes of administration. Some noteworthy medicinal plants are Hydnocarpus pentandra, Murraya koenigii, Tagetes erecta, Withania somnifera, Sapindus trifoliatus, Rauwolfia serpentine, Centella asiatica, Eclipta alba etc.
Open Organizational Culture as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Distributive Justice and Benefits Level Satistfaction
Azman Ismail,Nurhana M. Rafiuddin,Mohamad Nasir Saludin,Mohd Noor Mohd Shariff,Ernawati Toba
International Business Management , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ibm.2012.205.212
Abstract: This study aimed to investigate the effect of distributive justice and open organizational culture on benefits level satisfaction using 150 usable questionnaires in a government owned palm oil estate in the State of Sabah, Malaysia. The outcomes of testing hypothesis using a stepwise regression analysis showed that relationship between open organizational culture and distributive justice significantly correlated with benefits level satisfaction. Statistically, this result demonstrates that open organizational culture does act as a mediating variable in the relationship between distributive justice and benefits level satisfaction in the organization sample. In addition, discussion, implications and conclusion are elaborated.
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