Mrs. Victoria Mfon BasseyDepartment
Pure and Applied ChemistryDesignation
Mrs Victoria Mfon Bassey (nee Nya) started her career as a staff in the then Hillcrest High School (now Lourdes Academy), Ekorinim, Calabar, Cross River State in 2010, just after serving her fatherland in the NYSC scheme where she worked with Government Secondary School, Kagarko, Kaduna State in 2009. She later joined the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Calabar in 2013 as Assistant Lecturer. She was promoted to the rank of Lecturer II in 2016. Victoria Bassey obtained her B. Sc. degree in Chemistry from the University of Calabar in 2008 and later, an M.Sc. degree from University of Calabar in 2013. Since joining the University, she has been assisting to teach, mentor and research in the University. She has over ten publications in reputable local and international peer reviewed journals. She has attended many conferences, workshops, symposia and seminars where she made presentations and contributions. Mrs Victoria Mfon Bassey is a recipient of the Cross River State Undergraduate Scholarship award in 2007. She is presently a beneficiary of the PTDF LSS award for her Ph.D research. She is a member of many professional bodies including the Chemical Society of Nigeria and Organization for Women Scientists in Developing Countries. She has several scholarly publications to her name and has attended and presented papers in the UNICAL-FPS 2019 maiden Conference. She is happily married with children.
|First School Leaving Certificate||Command Children School, Akim Barracks, Calabar, Cross River State||1990||1997 delete_forever|
|Senior Secondary School Certificate||Federal Government Girls' College, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1997||2003 delete_forever|
|B. Sc. Chemistry||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2003||2008 delete_forever|
|M. Sc. Chemistry||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2010||2013 delete_forever|
|- Ugi, B. U., Obeten, M. E., Bassey, V. M., Hitler, L., Adalikwu, S. A., Omaliko, C. E., Nandi, D. O., & Uwah, I. E. (2021). Adsorption and Inhibition Analysis of Aconitine and Tubocurarine Alkaloids as Eco-friendly Inhibitors of Pitting Corrosion in ASTM-A47 Low Carbon Steel in HCl Acid Environment. Indonesian Journal of Chemistry.|
|Emori, W., Bassey, V. M., Louis, H., Okonkwo, P. C., Zhao, S., Wei, K., & Okafor, P. C. (2021). Anticorrosion and dispersive adsorption studies of natural andrographolide on carbon steel in acid-chloride environments. Bioelectrochemistry, 107840.|
|Ugi, B. U., Bassey, V. M., Obeten, M. E., Adalikwu, S. A., & Nandi, D. O. (2020). Secondary Plant Metabolites of Natural Product Origin â€“ Strongylodon macrobotrys as Pitting Corrosion Inhibitors of Steel around Heavy Salt Deposits in Gabu. Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering. 8(05): 38.|
|Nya, N. E., Ikeuba, A. I., Okafor, P. C., Ugi, B. U., Bassey, V. M., & Obike, A. I. (2018). Mild Steel Corrosion Mitigation in Sulphuric Acid via Benign Isolated Phytochemicals from Viscum album. 6(04) : 132|
|Emori, W., Okafor, P. C., & Bassey, V. M. (2018). Physicochemical Characteristics of soil moisture and their effects on the corrosion behaviour of buried mild steel in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental Protection. 9(07): 801|
|Magu, T. O., Bassey, V. M., Nyong, B. E., Obono, O. E., Nzeata-Ibe, N. A., & Akakuru O. U. (2017). Inhibition Studies of Spondias mombin L. in 0.1 HCl solution on mild steel and verification of a new temperature coefficient of inhibition efficiency equation for adsorption. World News of Natural Sciences.: 15-26.|
|Ikeuba, A. I., Ita, B. I., Etiuma, R. A., Bassey, V. M. , Ugi, B. U., & Kporokpo, E. B. (2015). Green Corrosion Inhibitors for Mild Steel in H2SO4 Solution: Flavanoids of Gongronema latifolium. Journal of Chemical and Process Engineering Research.34: 1-9.|
|1983 Regional metamorphism of pelitic rocks southeast of Lokoja, Nigeria. Jour. Min. Geol. 20: 71-77. and|
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