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Article ID : 2018/CSIJ/39672 : Effect of Turbidity and Contact Time on the Rate of Biosorption of Ni2+, Pb2+, Cr3+ and Cu2+ from Wastewater Using Moringa oleifera
Chavaregi Geoffrey1*, J. L. Kituyi1 and S. Lutta1
1Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Eldoret, Kenya.



Article ID : 2018/CSIJ/41118 : Synthesis and Structural-reactivity Studies of Bifunctional MCT/SES (Monochlorotriazine/ Sulphatoethylsulphone) Azo Reactive Disperse Dyes Applied to Wool and Polyester Fabric

Ishegbe Joyce Eko1*, Bello Kasali. Ademola1, Nkeonye Peter Obinna1 and A. A. Kogo1
1Department of Polymer and Textile Engineering, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria.



Article ID : 2018/CSIJ/39673 : Equilibrium Adsorption Studies of Methylene Blue onto Caesalpinia pulcherrima Husk-based Activated Carbon

A. A. Nuhu1, I. C. P. Omali1* and C.O. Clifford2
1Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria.
2Department of Preliminary Science & Technology, Federal Polytechnic, Kaura Namuda, Zamfara State, Nigeria.



Article ID : 2017/CSIJ/38230 : Synthesis of Some New Curcumins Having Diverse Anti-inflammatory Effects

Omyma A. Abd Allah1*, Ahmed M. El-Saghier1 and Asmaa M. Kadry1
1Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, PO box 82524, Sohag, Egypt.



Article ID : 2018/CSIJ/39575 : Methanolic Synthesis of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME) from Waste Materials

Abatyough Terungwa Michael1*, V. O. Ajibola2, E. B. Agbaji2 and James Yusuf3
1Department of Chemistry, Bingham University, Abuja, Nigeria.
2Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria , Nigeria.
3Department of Applied Science, Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna, Nigeria.



Article ID : 2015/ACSJ/18121: Extraction of Chromium(III) and Manganese(II) with N, NI-ethylenebis(salicylimine)(H2EBSI) in Acid Medium: Determination of Stability Constant and Thermodynamic Parameters of the Extracted Species

 F.S. Nworie1*, F.I. Nwabue1 and J. John1
1Department of industrial chemistry, Ebonyi State University, PMB 053 Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria.


Article ID : 2015/ACSJ/19940 : Bis-Carbene Metallic Compounds: Synthesis of Imidazoline Derivatives Via  Cycloaddition Reaction of Isocyanides Based on Amidines
Hanan E. S. Ali1*
1Department of Petrochemical, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, Alzohor Zone, Nasr City, Cairo 00202, P.O.Box 11727, Egypt.


Article ID : 2015/ACSJ/23226 : Phase Transfer Synthesis of Novel Based Surfactants: Role of Biocorrosion Inhibition and Corrosion of Steel
Hanan E. S. Ali1*
1Department of Petrochemical, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute (EPRI), Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.

Article ID : 2016/ACSJ/25653:  Composition and Rheological Properties of Decomposition Products of Grade Phosphorite With Phosphoric Acid

Umarbek Alimov1,2*, Shafoat Namazov1 and Akhmed Reymov1

1Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Academy of Sciences, Republic of Uzbekistan.

2Department of Philosophy, The Laboratory of Phosphate Fertilizers, Republic of Uzbekistan. 


Article ID : 2016/ACSJ/28148 : Chemical Assessment of Sachet Water in Ado-Ekiti Metropolis, Nigeria
O. S. Adefemi1* and M. A. Azeez1
1Department of Chemistry, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria.


Article ID : 2016/ACSJ/28204 : Effect of Aluminium Metal Dosage on Surface Area, Crystallinity and Energy Band Gap of ZnO Nanostructure and Crystalline Size
O. Ojo Mathew1, Aloba Isaac Oladele1, Hauwa Sidi Aliyu1* and Salamatu Aliyu Tukur2
1Department of Chemistry, School of Science Education, Federal College of Education (Tech) Bichi, P.M.B. 3473, Kano State, Nigeria.
2Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Kaduna State University, Kaduna State, Nigeria.


Article ID : 2016/CSIJ/30579 : The Nature and Extent of Salt-affected Agricultural Soils in Ho – Keta Plain in the Volta Region of Ghana
L. Sackey1*, A. Sadick1, F. M. Tetteh1 and E. O. Bennoah2  
1Department of Analytical Services, Soil Research Institute, Kumasi, Ghana.
2Department of Soil Science, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.



Article ID : 2017/CSIJ/36384 : Adsorption Decolourization of Palm Oil by Activated Shell Powders Produced from Oyster and Periwinkle Shells
O. Ayorinde Jeje1*, A. E Okoronkwo2 and O. O Ajayi2
1Department of Basic Sciences, Federal Polytechnic Auchi. Nigeria.
2Department of Chemistry, Federal University of Technology, Akure. Nigeria.


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