The Twenty First Issue of the Academic Journal of Research and Scientific Publishing. Published Date: 5-1-2021. The issue contains nine valuable papers in various disciplines and sciences. All papers are open access for download
Iria R. Arias(1), Nerea Borja(2), Blanca Dominguez(3), Miguel Cuerva(4), Jose M. Blanco(5), Shahana Huseyinova(6), M. Arturo López-Quintela(7), David Buceta(8*)| Nanomag Lab. Faculty of Chemistry, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Subnanometric clusters of a few number of atoms are of large interest due
to totally different properties than nanoparticles and bulk materials.
In these subananometric range exceptional catalytic activities have been
reported. However, cluster properties change dramatically with only a few
atoms difference, and not always following a trend. For example, one can
extrapolate that the smaller is the cluster, the better would be the catalytic activity.
Authors: Md. Hasanul Basar(1) , Md. Ashraful Islam(2*) | Department of Criminology and Police Science, Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Tangail, Bangladesh.(1), Lecturer, Department of Statistics, German University Bangladesh, Gazipur, Bangladesh(2*)
Child victimization, a common phenomenon
in Bangladeshi society, is increasing alarmingly
in recent years. Both male and female children are
victimized sexually and physically. Sometimes children
are forced to work and the experience domestic violence.
Now, Emergency demand for protecting the children from
victimized has been raised in the Bangladeshi society.
Authors: Jaleta Abdisa Fufa(1*), Dechasa Bedada Tolessa(1) | Department of Statistics, College of natural science, Jimma University, Jimma, Ethiopia(1)
Background: A birth interval is
the length of time between two
successive live births. Longer
time periods between births allow
the next pregnancy and birth to be
at full gestation and growth. Births
too close together are associated with
schizophrenia in offspring and hinder
the physiological ability of mothers
and, thus, expose them to complications
during and after pregnancy (Smits L et al, 2003).
We know that, birth intervals are believed to
affect fertility, mortality and population growth.