Inyinbor Adejumoke Abosede Profile

DOCTOR INYINBOR ADEJUMOKE ABOSEDE


Department:
Physical Sciences

Email:
inyinbor.adejumoke@lmu.edu.ng

Inyinbor Adejumoke was born in Bacita, Edu local Government of Kwara State, Nigeria. She had her primary education and Secondary education at St James Anglican Primary School and Government Secondary school both in Bacita, Edu local Government of Kwara State, Nigeria. Then she proceeded to the prestigeous Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, Nigeria Where she obtained a Bachelor of Technology in Pure and Applied Chemistry (2006 set). She advanced her accademic pursuit by enrolling for Masters in Environmental/Analytical Chemistry at the great University of Ilorin, Ilorin. Nigeria. She worked passionately on the environment of a mega cement factory in the North Central of Nigeria and her findings have since been published in a reputable environmental journal. She obtained her Masters degree in 2009 and enrolled for her Doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) studies under the Supervision of Professor. F.A. Adekola also in University of Ilorin. They aimed at effective treatment of textile industrial effluent, made outstanding discoveries and she obtained her Ph.D. in Physical/Enviromental/Analytical Chemistry in 2015.

 

(1) Adekola, F.A., Inyinbor, A.A. and Abdul Raheem, A.M.O. (2012) Heavy metals distribution and speciation in soils around a mega cement factory in North-Central Nigeria; Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management Vol. 5 No.1., pg 11-19.

(2) Inyinbor A. A, Adekola F. A, Abdul Raheem A. M. O. (2012) Heavy metal pollution study of Onyi river in Obajana Community of Kogi State, Nigeria; IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC) Vol 2, Issue 3, Pg 26-31.

(3) Dada, A.O., Inyinbor, A.A. and Oluyori, A.P. (2012) Comparative adsorption of dyes unto activated carbon prepared from maize stem and sugar cane stem; IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC) Vol 2, Issue 3, Pg 38-43.

(4) Dada, A.O., Inyinbor, A.A. and Oluyori, A.P. (2012) Preparation and characterization of activated carbon using coconut and palm kernel shells; International Journal of Biological and Physical Sciences: Science Focus; Vol 17 Issue 2, pg 188-197.

(5) Inyinbor, A.A., Bello, O.S., Dada, A.O. and Oluyori, A.P. (2013) Impact of Nigerian textile industry on economy and environment: A review; International Journal of basic and applied science; vol 13 issue 1, pg 103-111.

(6) Odunaike, R.K, Laoye, J.A; Adebesin, B.O; Inyinbor, A.A. and Dada, A.O. (2013) Impact of waste disposal site on groundwater at Bolorunduro area of Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science in environmental Sanitation; Vol 8, No 3, 171-178.

(7) Bello, O.S., Inyinbor, A.A., Dada, A.O. and Oluyori, A.P. (2014) Removal of Chromium in quest for clean and sustainable environment: A review; Annalen der Chemschien Forshung, Vol 2 issue 2 pg 1-28.

(8) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. (2014) Adsorption of Rhodamine B from aqueous effluent using treated epicarp of Raphia hookerie, Covenant University Journal of Physical and Life Science (CJPL) Vol 2 No 2 pg 83-101.

(9) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. (2015) Adsorption of Rhodamine B dye from aqueous solution on Irvingia gabonensis biomass: Kinetics and thermodynamics studies; South Africa Journal of Chemistry South Africa Journal of Chemistry, Vol 68 pg 115 – 125.

(10) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. (2015) EDTA modified Irvingia gabonensis: An efficient bioresource material for the removal of Rhodamine B. Pakistan Journal of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry; Vol 16 Issue 2 pg 38 – 45.

(11) Odunaike, R.K; Adebesin, B.O; Inyinbor, A.A and Dada, A.O; Studies on the Effect of Visible Light of the Electromagnetic Spectrum on Archachatina Marginata’s Growth. Journal of Basic and Applied research international;

(12) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. Liquid phase adsorptions of Rhodamine B dye onto raw and chitosan supported mesoporous adsorbents: isotherms and kinetics studies; Applied water Science (In press) DOI 10.1007/s13201-016-0405-4

(1) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. (2015) Adsorption of Rhodamine B dye from aqueous solution on Irvingia gabonensis biomass: Kinetics and thermodynamics studies; South Africa Journal of Chemistry South Africa Journal of Chemistry, Vol 68 pg 115 – 125.

(2) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. (2015) EDTA modified Irvingia gabonensis: An efficient bioresource material for the removal of Rhodamine B. Pakistan Journal of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry; Vol 16 Issue 2 pg 38 – 45.

(3) Odunaike, R.K; Adebesin, B.O; Inyinbor, A.A and Dada, A.O; Studies on the Effect of Visible Light of the Electromagnetic Spectrum on Archachatina Marginata’s Growth. Journal of Basic and Applied research international;

(4) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. Liquid phase adsorptions of Rhodamine B dye onto raw and chitosan supported mesoporous adsorbents: isotherms and kinetics studies; Applied water Science (In press) DOI 10.1007/s13201-016-0405-4

(5) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A. Kinetics and Isothermal modeling of liquid phase

adsorption of Rhodamine B onto Urea modified Raphia hookerie epicarp; Applied water Science (2016) pg 1-10, DOI 10.1007/s13201-016-0471-7, [Publisher: Springer]

(6) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A.(2016)Liquid phase adsorption of Rhodamine B onto acid

treated Raphia hookerie epicarp: Kinetics, Isotherm and thermodynamics studies (Accepted in South African Journal of Chemistry)

(7) Inyinbor, A.A., Adekola, F.A. and Olatunji, G.A.(2016) Kinetic and thermodynamic modeling of liquid phase

adsorption of Rhodamine B dye onto Raphia hookerie fruit epicarp; Water Resources and Industry, Vol 15 pg 14 – 27. [Publisher: Elsevier]

CHM 111 General physical Chemistry 3 Units

CHM 112 Chemistry and Society 1 Unit

CHM 119 General practical Chemistry I 1 Unit

CHM 121 General organic Chemistry 2 Units

CHM 122 General Inorganic Chemistry 2 Units

CHM 129 General practical Chemistry II 1 Unit

CHM 211 Basic Inorganic Chemistry 2 Units

CHM 213 Industrial raw material resource inventory 1 Unit

CHM 218 Experimental Chemistry I 1 Units

CHM 221 Basic organic Chemistry 2 Units

CHM 222 Analytical Chemistry 3 Units

CHM 310 Industrial Inorganic Chemistry 3 Units

CHM 318 Food Chemistry 2 Units

CHM 416 Detergent and cosmetics Chemistry 2 Units

CHM 417 Sugar Technology 2 Units

CHM 426 Pulp and Paper Technology 2 Units

CHM 428 Environmental Chemistry 3 Units

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