Adewuyi, S: Publications

Dissertations

1.  Ph. D Thesis – Transition Metal Complrxes of Mercaptoethylphosphonates and Tridentate Ligands Bearing N^N^N and N^N^O Donor Atoms: Synthesis, Crystal Strucures and Catalytic Application to Ethylene Oligomerization

2.  M. Sc. Dissertation – Mechanistic Studies of Inorganic and Organometallic Systems.

3.  B. Sc. Project – Starch Availabilty In Vitro in different Yam Preparations.

Articles in Learned Journals

1)  *Adewuyi, S., Ondigo, D. A., Zugle, R., Tshentu, Z., Nyokong, T. and Torto, N. (2012): A highly selective and sensitive pyridylazo-2-naphthol-poly(acrylic acid) functionalized electrospun nanofiber fluorescence ‘‘turn-off’’ chemosensory system for Ni2+. Analytical Methods. 4; 1729─1735. Published by Royal Society of Chemistry. Available on line at www.rsc.org/methods doi: 10.1039/C2AY25182E

2)  *Darko, G., Sobola, A., Adewuyi, S., Okonkwo, J. O. and N. Torto, N. (2012): Pre-concentration of toxic metals using electrospun amino-functionalized nylon-6 nanofibre sorbent. South African Journal of Chemistry. 65; 14─22. Published by The South African Chemical Institute. Available on line at http://journals.sabinet.co.za/sajchem

3)  *Adewuyi, S., Sanyaolu, N. O., Akinremi, C. A. and Amolegbe, C. A. (2012): Preparation of chitosan based zerovalent nickel nanocomposites by a reductive facile method. Journal of Engineering and Technology. 2(1); 175─178. Academy Publisher, USA. Available on line at http:/www.academypublish.org

4)  *Bamgbose, J. T., Bamigbade, A. A., Adewuyi, S., Dare, E. O., Lasisi, A. A. and Njah, A. N. (2012): Equilibrium Swelling and Kinetic Studies of Highly Swollen Chitosan Film. Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. 6; 272─283. DPC Publisher, Illinois, USA. http:// www.davidpublishing.com

5)  *Adewuyi, S., Sanyaolu, N. O., Amolegbe, S. A. Sobola, A. O. and Folarin, O. M. (2012): Poly[β-(1→4)-2-amino-2-deoxy-D-glucopyranose] based zero valent nickel nanocomposite for efficient reduction of nitrate in water. Journal of Environmental Sciences. Accepted

6)  *Amolegbe S. A., Adewuyi S., Akinremi C.A., Lawal A., Obaleye J.A. and Atayese, A. O. (2012): Mn(II), Ni(II) & Cu(II) Complexes Of Artmisnin Derivatives. Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Activities. Pacific Journal of Science And Technology. 13(1): 424-429. Published by Akamai University, Hilo, Hawali, USA, Available online at http:// www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.html

7)  Adewuyi, S., Kareem, K. T. Atayese, A. O., Amolegbe, S. A. and Akinremi C. A. (2011): Chitosan–cobalt (II) and nickel (II) chelates as antibacterial agents. International Journal of Biological. Macromolecule. 48; 301─303. Published by Elsevier. Available on line at ScienceDirect http:/www.sciencedirect.com doi:10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2010.12.004

8)  Adewuyi S., Sanyaolu N., Ayedun H. and Amolegbe S. A. (2011): Synthesis of poly [β-(1→ 4)-2-amino-2-deoxy-D-glucopyranose]/lead nanocomposites. Scientific Research and Essays 6(1); 157─161. ISSN 1992-2248 ©2011 Academic Journals, Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/SRE

9)  Obaleye, J. A., Amolegbe, S. A., Adewuyi, S., Sun W. –H. and Oshodi, M. D. (2010): Some Transition Metal Complexes Bearing Artemisinin Derivatives and (N-N-O) Tridentate Chromium (III) Complexes Ligated by 2-benzoImidazo-yl-6-acetyl-pyridines for Catalytic Behaviour towards Ethylene. Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. 4(12); 23─32. DPC Publisher, Illinois, USA. http:// www.davidpublishing.com

10)  Bamgbose J. T., Adewuyi S., Bamgbose O. and Adetoye A. A. (2010): Adsorption kinetics of cadmium and lead by chitosan African Journal of Biotechnology. 9 (17); 2560─2565. ISSN 1684–5315 © 2010 Academic Journals, Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/AJB

11)  Adeoye, M. D., Adeogun, A. I., Adewuyi, S., Ahmed, S. A., Odozi, N. W and Obi- Egbeedi N. O. (2009): Effect of solvents on the electronic absorption spectra of 9,14-dibenzo (a, c) phenazine and tribenzo (a, c, i) phenazine. Scientific Research and Essays 4 (2); 107─111. ISSN 1992-2248 © 2009 Academic Journals, Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/SRE

12)  Adewuyi, S., Kareem, S. O., Kareem, K. T. and Ojo, I. A. O (2008): Late Transition Metal Complexes with Functionalized Mercaptoethylphosphonates Ligands and their Efficacy against Fungal Pathogens of Cow-Pea. Tapas Institute of Scientific Research and Development, International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences. 4 (1); 110─117. Available online at http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ijonas/issue/view/5173

13)  Asma, M., Adewuyi, S., Kuang, X., Amin, B. and Sun, W.-H. (2008): An Improved Synthetic Protocol and Plausible Mechanism in Forming Acetylpyridines from 2,6-Dicarbethoxypyridine. Letters in Organic Chemistry 5; 296─299. Bentham Science Publisher, USA, Available online at http:// www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ben/loc/2008/00000005/…/art00011

14)  Adewuyi, S., Akinhanmi T. F., Taiwo, E. O. and Adeyemi, A. A. (2008): Chelation of Zinc (II) Metal Ion From Waste Water With Biopolymeric Chitosan Ligand Produced From Snail Shell. J. Chem. Society Nig. 33 (2); 46─49. Published by Chemical Society of Nigeria, Nigeria. Available on line at http://www.chemsocnigeria.org/Journal.html

15)  Adewuyi, S., Li, G., Wang, W. Hao, P., Sun, W.-H., Tang, N., and Yi, J. (2007): Nickel (II) Complexes Chelated by 2-Quinoxalinyl-6- iminopyridines: Synthesis, Crystal structures and Ethylene Oligomerization. Journal of Organometallic. Chemistry. 692; 3532─354. Published by Elsevier. Available on line at ScienceDirect http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/

16)  Hao, P., Zhang, S., Sun, W.-H., Shi, Q., Adewuyi, S., Lu, X. and Li, P. (2007): Synthesis, Charcterization and Ethylene Oligomerization Studies of Nickel Complexes Bearing 2-Benzimidazolylpyridine Derivatives. Organometallics. 26; 2439─2446. Published by American Chemical Society. Available on line at http://pub.acs.org/journal/orgnd doi: 10.1021/om070049e

17)  Adewuyi, S., Odukoya,O. O. and Sotomi, A. A. (2006): Effect of Some d-block Transition Metals on the Growth of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum Isolated from Cowpea Seeds. Scientia Africana 5(1); 45─52. Faculty of Science, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Available on line at http://scientia-africana.uniportjournal.info/ journals.html

18)  Yusuf, A. A., Adewuyi, S. and Lasisi, A. A. (2006): Physico-Chemical Composition of Leaves, Meals and Oils of Fluted Pumpkin (Telfairia occidentalis) and Melon (Citrillus vulgaris). Agricultural Journal 1(1); 32─35. Published by Medwell Academic Publisher, Available on line at http:// www.medwelljournals.com/

19)  Bamgbose, J. T., Demehin, A. A. and Adewuyi, S. (2004): Effects of raw and processed African yam bean seed flour on the red blood cells of Winster albino rats. West African Journal of food and Nutrition 7(1); 58─64. WAJFN, Nigeria.

20)  Yusuf, A. A., Adewuyi, S. and Fetuga, G. O. (2003): The Nutritive value of Mucuna sloanei seed flour. International Journal of Chemistry 13(1); 39─44. Institute of Science & Technology, Calcutta, India.

Edited Conference Proceedings:

1)  Adewuyi, S. and Adeoye, M. D. (2008): Kinetics Involving Divalent Zinc Ions Complexation with Chitosan: Application to metal Ion Extraction: Proceedings 3rd International Conference of College of Natural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta for Science and Natural development (ICSND), O. E. Asiribo and J. A. Oguntuase (Eds.) 47 – 50. Published by COLNAS

2)  Adewuyi, S., Amolegbe, S. A., Ojo, I. A. O., and Odukoya, O.O. (2008): Unique Ethylene polymerization and Oligomerization with Tridentate Chromium Complexes Acvtivated by Various Al-Alkyl Cocatalyst: Proceedings 1st Chemical Society of Nigeria (CSN) Kwara Chapter Conference, F. A. Adekola, G. A. Olatunji and E. O Odebunmi (Eds.) 67 – 73. Published by CSN, Kwara Chapter.

Technical Reports:

1)  Adewuyi, S., Adhiambo, D., Tshentu, Z., Torto, N., (2010). Use of electrospun nanofibrous polymer as highly responsive fluorescence quenching-based detectors for metal ions WRC Report No. 1991/9/10 Water Research Commission, South Africa.

 

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