Mr. Aloysius Akanngee Pam

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Mr. Aloysius Akanngee Pam

  M.Sc (Environmental Chemistry)
  Lecturer II
  aloysius.pam@fulokoja.edu.ng

Faculty


Science

Department


Chemistry

Research Interests


Research interests include Application of several types of bio- sorbents and nanomaterials, mainly  in degradation of inorganic and organic hazardous waste from  contaminated soil and waste water, with a previous focus on Pesticid degradation and heavy metals in soil. Current

research effort is focused on wastewater remediation using novel sorbents with special attention on selectivity and modification of theses materials   

. Experienced in the following techniques:

 

*Activated  carbon  synthesis/acid catalysis 

* water/wastewater  treatment  methods

* Field Emission Scanning electronic microscopy (FESEM)

* Solid elemental analysis(EDX)

* Fourier transform infrareds pectrophotometer (FTIR)

* Powder X- ray diffraction (XRD)

* BET Surface area measurements

* Boehm titration

*Atomic Absorption   Spectrometer (AAS)

* UV-visible spectroscopy

 

Awards & Honours


  1. Certificate of Distinction;for dedication and outstanding performace 2013/2015 academic session , Federal university Lokoja,Lokoja Kogi State,Ngeria.

Teaching Areas


Introductory General Chemistry

Introductory Inorganic Chemistry 

Basic Experimental Chemistry I

Basic experimental Chemistry II

Introductory Physical Chemistry

Structure and Bonding

Environmental Health

Inorganic chemistry I

Introductory Physical Chemistry

Selected Publications


  • Sorption Kinetics Study of Monocrotophos (MCP) Pesticide in Unsterilized Soil. American Chemical Science Journal 7(3): 183-192, 2015, Article no.ACSj.2015.073 ISSN: 2249-0205
  • Inhibitive and Synergistic Properties of Ethanolic Extract of Moringa oleifera Leaves on the Corrosion of Zinc in HCl Solution. International Research Journal of Pure &Applied Chemistry 5(4): 331-341, 2015,Article no.IRJPAC.2015.026 ISSN: 2231-3443
  • Thermodynamic properties of chromium (iii) ion adsorption by sweet orange (citrus sinensis) peels (2014).American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 20s14, 5, 666 -673 http://www.scirp.org/journal/aja.
  • Thermodynamic Study of the Competitive Adsorption of Chromium (III) Ions and Halides onto Sweet Orange (Citrus Sinensis) Peels as Adsorbent. J Environ Anal Chem1: 114. doi:10.4172/JREAC.1000114
  • Heavy Metals Contents in Soils and Some Crops Irrigated Along the Bindare Stream Zaria- Kaduna State, Nigeria. 4(6); 2014 American Chemical Science Journal. sciencedomain.org
  • Contributions of Automobile Mechanic Sites to Heavy Metals in Soil: A Case Study of North Bank Mechanic Village, Makurdi, Benue State, Central Nigeria. J. Chem. Bio. Phy. Sci Vol.3(3), 2337-2347   www.jcbsc.org
  • Evaluation of Heavy metals in soils around auto mechanic clusters in Gkoko and Makurdi, Central Nigeria. journal of environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology.Vol.5(11),298-306.academicjournal.org/JECE

Conferences Attended


  1. Aloysius A. Pam(2015) Degradation Kinetics Study Of Monocrotophos Pesticide (MCP) In Unsterilized Soil in Nigeria. 3rd International Conference on Biological, Chemical & Environmental Sciences (BCES-2015) Sept. 21-22, 2015 Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).
  2. Usman O.A.Shuaibu, Isah Yinusa , Ado Mustapha Funtua and Pam Aloysius Akaangee (2014).Impact of lead and cadmium in drinking water. International conference on Advances in pure and applied Sciences(ICAPAS)November 3-4, 2014 Kuala Lumpure, Malaysia.
  3. Laboratory Safty, Organized by the Department of Bilogy,Faculty of Science,Universiti of Putra,Malaysia.(31st March – 1st April, 2015)
  4. Mandatory Continuing Professional Development(MCPD) workshop organized by Institute of Chartered Chemist of Nigeria( ICCON) ( 9th – 7th August, 2014).

 

Summary of Profile


  1. Certificate of Distinction;for dedication and outstanding performace 2013/2015 academic session , Federal university Lokoja,Lokoja Kogi State,Ngeria.

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