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Name

Dr. Bassey Enyi Inah

Department

Pure and Applied Chemistry

Designation

Lecturer II

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Bassey Enyi Inah

Dr Bassey Enyi Inah is a member of the inorganic/Material Research group and an Assistant Lecturer of Inorganic Chemistry in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. He joined the services of University of Calabar, Nigeria in 2014 as Assistant Lecturer. He holds a B.Sc. degree in Applied Chemistry, M.Sc. and PhD degrees in Inorganic Chemistry obtained from the University of Calabar in 2004, 2011 and 2019 respectively. His main research interest is focused on constructing and designing novel porous crystalline materials for storage/separation of gasses and catalysis. Since joining the University, he has been teaching, mentoring and contributing to the graduation of students in the University. He has a number of academic publications that are scattered in different reputable journals to his credit. He is a graduate member of Nigerian Institute of Management and member, Chemical Society of Nigeria.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate Presbyterian Primary School Usumutong, Abi, Cross River State 19831989
Senior School Certificate (SSCE) Secondary School Usumutong, Abi, Cross River State 19901995
B.Sc. in Applied Chemistry University of Calabar Calabar, Cross River State 19982004
M.Sc. in Inorganic Chemistry University of Calabar Calabar, cross River State 20072011
Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry University of Calabar Calabar, Cross River State 20102019

S/N Publication
John, W. E., Ayi, A. A., Anyama, C., Ashishie, P. B., & Inah, B. E. (2019). On the use of methylimidazolium acetate ionic liquids as solvent and stabilizer in the synthesis of cobalt nanoparticles by chemical reduction method. Advanced Journal of Chemistry-Section A, 2(2), 94-183.
Anyama, C., Ashishie, P., Inah, B. I., Mbonu, J. I., & Ayi, A. A. (2019). Metal-organic frameworks as precursor for metal oxide nanostructures Part I: MOF-derived copper oxide embedded in carbon matrix. Advanced Journal of Chemistry-Section A, 2(3), 184-270.
Akpe, M. A., Inah, B. E. & Osabor, V. N. (2018). Health risk assessment of selected trace metals in edible vegetables grown in obudu urban area of cross river state. Asian food Science journal, 2(4), 1- 7.
Ashishie, P. B., Inah, B. E. & Ayi, A. A. (2018). Evaluation of antimicrobial activity of ionic liquid-assisted synthesis of monometallic silver and bimetallic copper-silver nanoparticles. International Journal of sciences, 7, 25 – 39.
Inah, B. E., Ayi, A. A., & Adhikary, A. (2017). Crystal Structure of a Chloride-bridged Copper (II) dimer: Piperazine-1, 4-dium bis(di-μ-chlorido-bis[chloride(pyridine-2, 4-dicarboxylato-k2N,O2)-cuprate (II)]. Acta crystallographic communication, 7(3), 246-249.
Emmanuel, D. O., Osabor, V. N. & Bassey, E. I. (2016). Application of Infra-Red (IR) Spectroscopy for Rapid Characterization of Clays from Odukpani, South Eastern Nigeria. International journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, 7(2), 918-926.
Ayi, A. A. & Bassey, I. (2010). Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Neodymium Selenate-Selenite Nd2 (SeO4)2 (SeO3) (H2O). Journal of Ultra Chemistry, 6(2), 161-170.

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