Akinlabi, A. K: Publications

1.    Akinlabi A. K., Olayinka O. M. and Dare E. O. The use of Pterocarpus Santalinoide in rubber compounding. Scientific Research and Essay. 4 (6),– (accepted for publication and coming out by December 2009).

2.    Malomo D., Akinlabi A. K., Okieimen F. E. and Egharevba F. Influence of mixing schemes on ageing, swelling and permeability properties of vulcanizates from blends of natural rubber and low molecular weight natural rubber in petroleum fuels and organic solvents. Chemical Industry & Chemical Engineering Quarterly (CI&CEQ). Already accepted for publication and coming out by December 2009.

3.    Nurudeen A. Oladoja and Akinola K. Akinlabi. Congo red biosorption on palm kernel seed coat. Industrial Engineering Chemical Research 48, 6188 -6196 (2009).

4.    Malomo D., A. K. Akinlabi, Okieimen F. E. and Egharevba. Physico-mechanical, aging properties and permeability of ketones through vulcanizates from epoxidized low molecular weight natural rubber blends prepared from different mixing schemes. International Journal of Polymeric Materials 56: 1023 – 1039, (2007).

5.    Akinlabi A. K. An improvement on quality measurement parameters of crumb natural rubber. Journal of Polymer Materials. 24(2); 193;  (2007).

6.    Akinlabi A. K., Malomo D., Okieimen F. E., Egharevba F. and Oladoja N. A. Physico-mechanical, ageing, swelling, permeability properties and molecular transport of petroleum fuels and organic solvents through vulcanizates from thioglycollic acid modified epoxidized low molecular weight     natural rubber blends prepared with different compounding mixing schemes. Journal of Polymer     Materials. 24(2); 207; (2007).

7.    Okwu U. N. and Akinlabi A. K. Production of low viscosity natural rubber: comparative assessment of a non- chemical route. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 106(2): 1291-1293, (2007).

8.    Akinlabi A. K., Okieimen F. E., Okwu U. N. and Oladoja N. A. Thermal aging properties and     molecular transport of solvents through vulcanizates prepared from thioglycollic acid modified epoxidized low molecular weight natural rubber blends filled with admixtures of carbon black and     carbonized rubber seed shell. Chemical Engineering Communications 194(1): 1-17 (2007).

9.    Akinlabi A. K., Okieimen F. E., Okwu U. N., and Oladoja N. A. Properties of vulcanizates from blends of natural rubber and thioglycollic acid modified epoxidized low molecular weight natural rubber filled with carbonized rubber seed shell. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 104(5): 2830-2838 (2007).

10.    Akinlabi A. K., Okieimen F. E., Momodu I. and Oyenekan O. M. The use of modified low     molecular weight natural rubber as an anti-degradant in rubber compounding. Institute of Public Analyst of Nigeria Quarterly News. 8(31); 12 – 17. July – Sept 2007.

11.    Akinlabi A. K. Influence of carbonized rubber seed shell as fillers on vulcanizates from blends of     natural rubber and epoxidized low molecular weight natural rubber. Progress in Rubber, Plastics     and Recycling Technology. 23(1): 57 – 72 (2007).

12.    Akinlabi A. K., Malomo D., Okieimen F. E. and Egharevba F. Effect of mixing schemes on physico-mechanical, aging properties and permeability of aldehydes through blends of natural rubber and low molecular weight natural rubber. International Journal of Polymeric Materials. 56(3): 273-289 (2007).

13.    Akinlabi A. K., Malomo D., Okieimen F. E., Egharevba F. and Oladoja N. A. Influence of mixing     schemes on aging and permeability of ketones through vulcanizates from low molecular weight natural rubber blends. ‘Progress in Rubber, Plastics & Recycling Technology’. by Rapra    Technology Ltd UK. 23(2):135 – 152 (2007).

14.    Asia I. O., Egbon E. E. and Akinlabi A. K. Studies in the vulcanizate properties of blends of epoxidized natural rubber and polypropylene. International Journal of Chemistry. 16(2), 89 -95, (2006).

15.    Akinlabi A. K., F. E. Okieimen, F. Egharevba and D. Malomo. Investigation of the effect of mixing schemes on rheological and physico-mechanical properties of modified natural rubber blends. Materials and Design, 27, 783 – 788 (2006).

16.    Asia I. O., Akinlabi A. K. and Egbon E. E. Cure characteristics and physico mechanical properties of blends of epoxidized natural rubber and polystyrene. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 49 (6), 383 – 387; Nov/Dec. 2006.

17.    Akinlabi A. K., Okwu U. N., Aigbodion A. I., Momodu I. Asia I. O., Ohaga S. Ogbebor O. J.,     Egbuson P., Ayeke P., Azikiwe I. Y., Wilson O. and Ohimai M. Effect of different coagulating systems of natural rubber latex on properties of crumb rubber. Advances in Natural and Applied Science Research. 4, p. 54 – 62 (2006).

18.    Akinlabi A. K., Okieimen F. E., Okwu U. N., and Oladoja N. A. Resistance of vulcanizates prepared from modified low molecular weight natural rubber blends filled with mixtures of carbon black and carbonized rubber seed shell in petroleum fuels and organic solvents. International Journal of Polymeric Materials. 55(12), 1095 – 1114 (2006).

19.    Akinlabi A. K., Okieimen F. E., Egharevba F., Okwu U. N., Malomo D., Asia I. O., Egbon E. E., Momodu I. and Ohaga S. Properties of vulcanizates from blends of natural rubber and low molecular weight natural rubber filled with carbonized rubber seed shell. Chemtec Journal 1, 76-88 (2005).

20.    Aigbodion A. I., Bakare I. O., Okieimen F. E. and Akinlabi A. K. Preliminary investigations in the synthesis and characterization of maleinized rubber seed oil. Chemtec Journal 1, 1-9 (2005).

21.    Akinlabi, A. K., Aigbodion A. I., Akpaja E. O. Bakare I. O and Akinlabi J. O. Characterization of natural rubber latex from mistletoe infested Hevea trees of NIG 804 clones. Journal of rubber research Malaysian 8(3) 154 – 160 (2005).

22.    Malomo D., Egharevba F., Akinlabi A. K. and Okieimen F. E. Comparison of different mixing schemes of natural rubber. Chemtec Journal 1, 40- 47 (2005).

23.    Ehabe E, Bonfils F., Aymard C, Akinlabi A. K. and Sainte Beuve J., Modelling of Mooney Viscosity Relaxation in Natural Rubber. Polymer Testing. 24, 620 – 627 (2005). This paper was rated among the Top 25 hottest article under sciencedirect.com. in 2005.

24.    A. K. Akinlabi, F. E. Okieimen, F. Egharevba and D. Malomo. Studies on the processing and vulcanizate properties of modified natural rubber blends using different mixing schemes. Journal of Polymer materials, India. 22, 227-234 (2005).

25.    A. K. Akinlabi,  F. E. Okieimen and A. I. Aigbodion. Thermal aging properties and chemical resistance of blends of natural rubber and epoxidized low molecular weight natural rubber. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 98, 1733-1739 (2005). www3.interscience.

26.    A. K. Akinlabi, Bonfils F, Sainte-Beuve J. and Ohaga S. Critical assessment of crumb rubber using classical normalized parameters and mesostructure analysis. Nigerian Journal of Applied Science 22, 48 – 57 (2004).

27.    A. K. Akinlabi, F. E. Okieimen, F. Egharevba and D. Malomo. Studies in the swelling properties of vulcanizates from blends of modified natural rubber compounded with different mixing schemes. Nigerian Journal of Applied Science 22, 262 – 270 (2004).

28.    A. K. Akinlabi, F. E. Okieimen and A. I. Aigbodion. Diffusion and permeability of aldehydes into blends of natural rubber and chemically modified low molecular weight natural rubber. Polymers for Advanced Technology.16; 1-5 (2005).

29.    A. K. Akinlabi., Bonfils F and Sainte-Beuve J. Viabilities in the Physico-chemical parameters of SAR 10 Crumb Rubber. Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria (supplement). 27th CSN conf. p. 282 – 286 (2004).

30.    A. K. Akinlabi, and Okieimen F. E. Solvent resistance and thermal aging properties of blends of natural rubber and epoxidized low molecular weight natural rubber. Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria (supplement). 27th CSN conf. p. 293 – 300 (2004).

31.    A. K. Akinlabi, Okieimen F. E. and Aigbodion A. K. Permeability of Aldehydes into blends of natural rubber and chemically modified low molecular weight natural rubber. Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria (supplement). 27th CSN conf. p. 311 – 317 (2004).

32.    F. E. Okieimen, A. K. Akinlabi, A.I. Aigbodion and I.O. Bakare. – Processing characteristics and physico-mechanical properties of thioglycollic acid modified epoxidised low molecular weight natural rubber and its blends with natural rubber. Journal of Polymer Material. 20(4) 403 (2003). www.hindawi.com/journals/ijps/2009/906904.html

33.    A.K. Akinlabi, and E. E. Egbon – Investigations into factors affecting production of quality crumb rubber in Nigeria. Advances in Natural and Applied Science Research. 1(1); 166 (2003).

34.    E. E. Egbon, A.K. Akinlabi, and I. O. Asia – Cure characteristics and physico-mechanical properties of blends of epoxidized natural rubber and polystyrene. Advances in Natural and Applied Science Research. 1(1); 176 (2003).

35.    F.E.Okieimen, A.K. Akinlabi, A.I. Aigbodion, I. O. Bakare and N.A.Oladoja. Effects of epoxidised low molecular weight natural rubber products on the vulcanizate properties of natural rubber. Nigerian Journal of Polymer Science and Technology. 3(1) 223 (2003).

36.    F. E. Okieimen and A.K. Akinlabi Processing characteristics and physico-mechanical properties of natural rubber and liquid natural rubber blends. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 85: 1070. (2002).

37.    A.K. Akinlabi, F. E. Okieimen, A.I. Aigbodion and I.O. Bakare. Characterization of natural rubber latex of NIG 800 clonal series. Nigerian Journal of Applied Science.  19 ;11; (2001).

38.    A. I. Aigbodion, I. O. Bakare, F. E. Okieimen and A. K. Akinlabi. Kinetics studies of epoxidation and oxirane cleavage of rubber seed oil by per acetic acid. Indian Journal of Chemical Technology 8; 1; (2001).

39.    A. K. Akinlabi, A. F. Farid, A. B. Fasina and F. E. Okieimen. Studies in the substitution of silica with clay as filler in heavy-duty truck tire thread formulation. Nigerian Journal of Applied Science. 18; 63; (2000).

40.    Okieimen F. E., Eboaye J. E., Wepuaka A and Akinlabi A. K. Some aspects of Thermal Degradation of Poly (vinyl chloride) in the presence of Rubber Seed Oil. Nigerian Journal of Applied Science. 9; 113; (1991).

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