The 2nd International Symposium On Applied Chemistry 2016 (ISAC 2016)


After the last October in Bandung.
After a warm kinship that had been accompanied all over 250 participants from seven different countries in first symposium.
This year, International Symposium on Applied Chemistry (ISAC) 2016 is back with the same spirit.
ISAC 2016 will be held on 3-5 October 2016 at Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), BSD City, Indonesia, by carrying the theme, “Chemistry for Better Life”.
This is the 2nd international scientific conference organized by Indonesian Chemical Society (HKI) and supported by Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI).

ISAC 2016 will facilitates sharing of ideas and recent research experiences and its application in chemical related fields, as well as to promote international cooperation among participants. Researcher, lecturer, student, industrial practitioner and government agency members are welcomed to participate in this event as paper presenter participant or only enjoying the kinship among colleagues asnon paper presenter participant.


We invite author to submit full technical papers pdf formatted. The scope of the conference covers, but is not limited to, following topics:

  • Organic Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Material Chemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Green Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Chemical Biology
  • Electrochemistry
  • Physical Chemistry


  1. Prof. Nico Voelcker (University of South Australia, Australia)
  2. Dr. Oaki Yuya (Keio University, Japan)
  3. Prof. David Lennon (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)*
  4. Prof. Dr. Arief Budiman (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
  5. Dr. Muhammad Abdul Kadir Martoprawiro (Chairman of Indonesian Chemical Society)


Validation studies for quantitative analytical methods

Validation studies for quantitative analytical methods typically determine some or all of the following parameters:


The principal precision measures include repeatability standard deviation sr, reproducibility standard deviation sR, (ISO 3534-1) and intermediate precision


The bias of an analytical method is usually determined by study of relevant reference materials or by spiking studies.


Linearity is an important property of methods used to make measurements at a range of concentrations.

Detection Limit

The detection limit is normally determined only to establish the lower end of the practical operating range of a method.

Robustness or ruggedness

the effect of one or more parameter changes is observed


Typical selectivity studies investigate the effects of likely interferents, usually by adding the potential interferent to both blank and fortified samples and observing the response.


EURACHEM / CITAC Guide CG 4. Quantifying Uncertainty in Analytical Measurement Second Edition.