Effect of physically structured water produced by nano-tourmaline impregnated ceramic beads on improving extractability of caffeine, curcumin and oil emulsification

Samarakoon, S.M.C.S and Illepperuma, D.C.K and Gunawardana, M (2015) Effect of physically structured water produced by nano-tourmaline impregnated ceramic beads on improving extractability of caffeine, curcumin and oil emulsification. Peradeniya University International Research Session (IPURSE), Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, 5th-6th November 2015.

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Biological invasions happen either deliberately or accidentally and are considered as serious threats to the biodiversity and its irreversible impact to the biodiversity is second only to the habitat loss. Thirty common IAS of plants were selected and the study inquired whether the local people were well aware about IAS of flora and if so, whether these species have badly influenced the environment and farming activities and its distribution in Galigamuwa area. Primary data were collected through a pretested self-administered questionnaire and 65 households were selected by using Multi stage random sampling technique. Analysis was carried out based on descriptive statistics together with graphical interpretation.

Item Type:Paper presented at a conference, workshop or other event, and published in the proceedings
Keywords that describe the item:physically structured water, nano tourmaline
Subjects:Q Science > QD Chemistry
Q Science > QE Geology
T Technology > TP Chemical technology
Divisions:Schools > Centre for Science and Primary Industries
ID Code:5433
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