Welcome To Environment and Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
Environmental and Analytical Chemistry Research Laboratory (EACRL) was launched in the Centre for Advanced Research in Sciences (CARS) in 2004. This laboratory is well equipped for various environmental and analytical research. The main goal of EACRL is advancing scientific knowledge in the field of environmental science, heavy metal pollution, climate change and basic analytical chemistry and biochemistry through scientific research, training and practical courses for young scientific personnel and postgraduate students. It also strives to contribute to knowledge on conservation and management of the environment and the territory, in addition to adaptation to environmental change at local and regional scales, functioning as a bridge between academia, governmental administrations, and society, for promoting awareness within its scope of activities. A five membered Research Coordination Committees (RCCs) is working in developing and strengthening the capacity of research laboratories with advanced facilities in the CARS. The EACRL and its supporting scientists participate in offering training, consultation, or research activities and service. This laboratory is established and managed in the CARS as a referral laboratory for research following national and international ethical guidelines. The management is required to provide the most appropriate organizational structure, technical supports and motivation of its implementation in quality research.
i) To carry out innovative, and leading applied research so as to be considered as a reference laboratory at the national and international levels.
ii) To promote applied research, especially in the area of climate change and environmental effect on human health, water, air and soil contributing to agriculture, new chemical and biochemical method development and validation as per Standard Operating Procedure.
iii) To disseminate scientific and technological knowledge by way of training, consulting, or research activities, etc.
This laboratory provide service for quantification and separation of organic compounds, vitamins B complex, Caffeine, Paraben, 4-CPA in water, food, soil, plastic products, human serum et.
-basic instruments for extraction purpose
-HPLC for analytical research
1. Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana, PhD, Chief Scientist
2. Ms. Farzana Yasmin, Scientist (Study leave)
3. Mr. Sujon Prodhan, Laboratory attendant
|1||Farzana Yasmin, Tania Hossain, Saif Shahrukh, Mohammad Enayet Hossain, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana. Evaluation of seasonal changes in physicochemical and bacteriological parameters of Gomti River in Bangladesh. Environmental and Sustainability Indicators, 17: 100224||Journal||2023|
|2||Rabeya Miazi, Mahfuza Mirza Sadia, Anika Nawar Ishika, Farzana Yasmin, Saif Shahrukh, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana, Mohammad Enayet Hossain. Microplastic Abundance and Distribution in a Wastewater Treatment Plant in Bangladesh. ISEE Conference Abstracts||Conference||2022||Link|
|3||Anika Nawar Ishika, Mahfuza Mirza Sadia, Rabeya Miazi, Farzana Yasmin, Saif Shahrukh, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana, Mohammad Enayet Hossain. Abundance, Types, and Polymer Composition of Microplastics Present in a Coastal Region of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. ISEE Conference Abstracts||Conference||2022||Link|
|4||Farzana Yasmin, Tania Hossain, Saif Shahrukh, Mohammad Enayet Hossain, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana. Seasonal Changes in Physicochemical, Chemical and Bacteriological Parameters of Gomti River in Bangladesh. ISEE Conference Abstracts||Conference||2022||Link|
|5||Mahfuza Mirza Sadia, Anika Nawar Ishika, Rabeya Miazi, Farzana Yasmin, Saif Shahrukh, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana, Mohammad Enayet Hossain. Microplastic Pollution in Two Urban Rivers and an Associated Water Treatment Plant in Bangladesh. ISEE Conference Abstracts||Conference||2022||Link|
|6||Farzana Yasmin, Tamjid Us Sakib, Sharmin Zaman Emon, Latiful Bari, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana. The physicochemical and microbiological quality assessment of Maddhapara hard rock-mine discharged water in Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Resources, Environment and Sustainability; 8: 100061||Journal||2022|
|7||Farzana Yasmin, Hasina Akhter Simol, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana. Heavy and trace elements in some varieties of rice consumed in Dhaka city of Bangladesh. International Journal of Sciences, 5(1): 43-47||Journal||2019|
|8||Mohammad Al-Amin, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana, Chowdhury Faiz Hossain. Identification of Sildenafil Citrate As An Adulterant In Herbal Products Using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography With Photodiode Array Detector. Int J Pharm Pharm Sci, 10 (9):15-20||Journal||2018|