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We are thrilled to announce the publication of the 15th edition of MINAR Journal, dedicated exclusively to the realm of applied sciences and technology.

We are delighted to announce the highly anticipated launch of the 15th issue of MINAR journal, exclusively dedicated to applied sciences and technology. This issue is packed with cutting-edge research articles that delve into various aspects of scientific advancements and technological innovations. We are confident that our readers will find these published articles as informative and insightful as we did.

In the first article, "RETUSA CANALICULATA (SAY,1822) as a Sedimentary Environmental Index for Sand Deposits in the Iraqi Coast," Bushra Majeed ISSA explores the use of Retusa canalicular as an environmental index for sand deposits in the Iraqi coast.

The second article, "Evaluating the Effect of Sheet Piles Depth on the Seepage Water Pressure Using Anysis Program," authored by Murtdha Hashim AL QURAISHI, Nuralhuda Aladdin JAISM, and Manal A. ALAWSI, investigates the impact of sheet pile depth on seepage water pressure using the Anysis program.

Dhiaa J. AGOOSH, Fatima H. MALK, and Muhsen Chelab MUHSEN examine the "Influence of Cellulose Film Thickness on Optical Characteristics" in their research, exploring the optical characteristics of cellulose film at different thicknesses.

In the article titled "Spectrophotometric Determination of Amisulpride in Tablets by Diazotization Coupling Reactions," Masara NAKTEL and Zeena Z. AL ABDALI present a study on the spectroscopic determination of Amisulpride in tablets using diazotization coupling reactions.

Nagham N. DNBEEL, Zeena Z. AL ABDALI, Lazeeza S. OMER, and Theia'a N. AL-SABHA collaborate on the "Kinetic Spectrophotometric Determination of Tapentadol," investigating the kinetic spectrophotometric determination of Tapentadol.

Baraa Z AL-SUMAIDAIEA and Maha A AL-REJABOO contribute the article "Molecular Study of Some Fungi Isolated from Phone Covers and Their Users," which examines various fungi isolated from phone covers and their users through molecular analysis.

In the following research, Noor Mahdi FATHIL conducts "The Histological and Physiological Study of Moringa Oleifera," delving into the histological and physiological aspects of Moringa Oleifera.

Noha Mohammed SALEH presents a study on "Detection of Genomic Markers by Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Analysis in Leukemia Patients," exploring the detection of genomic markers in leukemia patients using random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis.

Shaimaa M. ABDULRAHMAN, Ahmed S.A. AL-GHARBAWI, and Ahmed S. ABDULRASOOL author a comprehensive review titled "A Review: Soil Improvement Using Multiple Types of Polypropylene Material," focusing on soil improvement techniques using different types of polypropylene material.

The article "Some Morphological Traits of Tomato Plants Under the Influence of the Addition of Phosphate Rock and Sodium Chloride and Their Interactions," authored by Suad Abd Said ALJALALY and Amel Abd Said ALJALALY, investigates the impact of adding phosphate rock and sodium chloride on tomato plant morphology.

In "Study of the Physical, Chemical, and Biological Properties to Evaluate the Quality of Some Bottled Water Samples in Diwaniyah Governorate / Iraq," Rawaq Haider AL-MIHANYA, Shurooq Hayder ALMEHANYAH, and Farqad Hayder ALMEHANYA evaluate the quality of bottled water samples in Diwaniyah Governorate, Iraq, through the study of physical, chemical, and biological properties.

Lastly, Fatima Qassim Mohammed AL-HAYYALI and Maha Khalaf ALI ALJUBOURY conduct a study on "The Histological Changes of Benign Adrenal Gland Tumors in Humans (Pheochromocytoma)," examining the histological changes in benign adrenal gland tumors known as pheochromocytoma.

Visit the Academy's website now to access this exceptional issue of MINAR Journal, featuring groundbreaking research from esteemed scholars and experts in the field of applied sciences and technology. Gain valuable insights and stay ahead in your field with this latest edition. Stay curious, stay informed, and join us in celebrating the pursuit of knowledge in applied sciences and technology!