SUBJECT CATEGORY: LAW | Feb. 9, 2022
Legal Sanctions Against the plaintiff and Defendant Not in Good Faith in the Mediation Process of Civil Cases
Ahmad Hadi Prayitno, Farid, Ratih Mega Puspa Sari
Page no 54-58
In the Regulation of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1 of 2016 concerning Mediation Procedures, it provides settlement efforts for the plaintiffs and defendants in civil cases. Mediation is carried out by a mediator, either from a judge mediator or a non-judge mediator. The absence of a mediation meeting by the plaintiff or the defendant who has been properly summoned by the court, in article 7 paragraph (2) is stated as behavior not in good faith. In the provisions of article 22 and article 23 of the Regulation of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1 of 2016 concerning Mediation Procedures, it is stated that legal sanctions can be given by parties who do not have good intentions at mediation meetings.
SUBJECT CATEGORY: ZOOLOGY | Feb. 16, 2022
Effect of Palm oil and Their Main Compounds in the Management of Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors
Aisha Saleem, Irum Naureen, Muhammad Naeem, Gulnaz Tasleem, Hassam Ahmed, Umar Farooq, Tahir Ali
Page no 59-65
Palm oil is edible plant oil derived from the fruits of palm trees. Palm oil is extracted from the pulp of the fruit of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis)) which is one of the species of palm. It consists of various phytonutrients such as tocotrenols, tocopherols, carotenoids, phytosterols, squalene, and coenzyme. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are a global health burden that greatly impact patient quality of life and account for a huge number of deaths worldwide. Palm oil consumption and its effects on serum lipid levels, and cardiovascular disease are found in humans. Palm oil is one of the most stable oils, which help it prolong food storability mostly due not only to its content of saturated fatty acids, but also to its antioxidant compounds. Palm oil plays an important role in the prevention of much pathology (diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, obesity and cancers). It is widely use in nutrition especially in the food industry and in biodiesel industry. These metabolites show beneficial potential through a direct effect on these risk factors, namely hypertension, dyslipidemia and diabetes, or by acting on related targets, or exerting general cellular protection.
SUBJECT CATEGORY: PHYSICS | Feb. 16, 2022
Physiochemical Role of Nanoparticles in Solid Fuel Cells, Production and Applications in Physics and Chemical Sciences
Syed Zulqurnain Mustafa, Muhammad Danish Qureshi, Iqra jabeen, Saman Khalid, Ghulam Hussain, Javaid Riaz, Muhammad Nasir Akram, Faisal Maqsood
Page no 66-70
Demand of fuel cells have been increased due to the high potential and incredibly efficient power sources. They have been wide range of applications such as portable fuel cells in laptops, up to huge stationary installations to power data centers. Ordinary cells are not providing good reliability and quality of power while on the other hand, fuel cells with efficient metal body allows the good reliability and quality of power provided does not degrade over time. Fuels cell that comprised of carbon nanotubes have been efficiently used for the fabrication process due to fine catalysis of adoption major barrier to many applications for power generation for commercial, industrial and residential buildings and in remote or inaccessible areas. The carbon-nanotubes are made up of smaller particles of carbon with allow the network of fine fibers while on the other hand, ordinary cells can be designed in storing hydrogen, as per the requirements. Porous Platinum nanotubes nanoporous have been designed to adopt the porosity and flow of the carbon particles for generation of energy. Different oxidants can be employed for fuel adjustments and other site reactions but oxygen is preferable due to their availability. It is easy to maintain the fuel cells adjustment through the use of nanotechnology to the industrials processes for manufacturing of variety of new materials.
SUBJECT CATEGORY: PHYSICS | Feb. 16, 2022
Different Methods, Novel Tools towards the Synthesis of Nanoparticles and Applications in Engineering, Chemical, Physical Sciences and Technology
Nadia Mubarik, Gulelala, Shahid Iqbal, Muhammad Shahmeel, Abdul Ahad Hussain, Komal Razzaq, Muhammad Nasir Akram
Page no 71-74
Nano particles have gained special attention in recent years due to their remarkable electrical, magnetic, optical, and mechanical capabilities, and they offer a variety of uses in all sectors of engineering. Gold nanoparticles, for instance, are catalytic when they are 10 nm in size, whereas nanoparticles with a short radius of curvature and angular forms have better catalytic capabilities. Co-precipitation nanoparticle production is a simple approach that results in a wide range of nanoparticle sizes. Top-down and bottom-up techniques used to create mono-dispersed spherical bismuth (Bi) NPs. These Nanoparticles have outstanding colloidal characteristics. Sputtering is the technique for creating NPs that involves hitting solid surfaces with the high energy particles like gas or plasma. In an aqueous solution, gold nanoparticles were created by using a laser ablation approach. A zeta potentiometer is often used to assess surface charges and their dispersal constancy in a solution. Several industry and technology sectors, including IT, medicine, energy, transportation, homeland security, food safety, and environmental research, are being significantly improved, if not revolutionized, by nano-technology.
SUBJECT CATEGORY: ECONOMICS | Feb. 24, 2022
New Insights and Different Economic Factors in Banking Sectors and Current Challenges
Sajawal Piracha, Hiba, Usama Farooq, Urooj Fatima, Fahad Aslam, Ayesha Ishaq, Hasnain Sial
Page no 75-78
A well-developed banking system is prerequisite for a fast-growing economy. The introduction of financial instruments is a collaborative effort that pits the results of analysis of the banking sector's development and impact on the economy against basic regulatory standards and approaches to state regulation of the financial system's development and banking subsystem. Banking sectors, according to economic literature, play an intermediation role by enabling money transfers between fund-suppliers and fund-demanders. This can be accomplished by attracting savings and then directing those funds into loans to fund various economic activities, resulting in economic growth (EG). Every bank has its own internal component that affects financial performance in a particular way the more efficient a country's financial sector develops, the more likely its limited resources will be channeled to the most productive use. Openness in the banking sector may have a direct impact on growth by enhancing access to financial services and indirectly by improving the efficiency of financial intermediaries, both of which lower the cost of financing and, as a result, encourage capital accumulation and economic growth. A variety of macroeconomic links, notably the one between financial development and long-run growth, have been studied using cross-country regressions. Microeconomic explanation differs from the traditional perspective, which sees financial intermediaries as a bridge between borrowers and lenders' differing interests in terms of the size, maturity, and risk of a financial investment.