Dr. Mrs. Ezeokonkwo Mercy Amarachukwu.

Department: Pure And Industrial Chemistry
Faculty: Physical Sciences
Designation : Senior Lecturer
Email: mercy.ezeokonkwo@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +234035486024

Publications (Articles and Journals):

1. N.J.N Nnaji, C.O.B Okoye, N.O Obi-Egbedi, M.A Ezeokonkwo and j.U. Ani(2013); Spectroscopic Characterization of red Union Skin Tannin and its use as Alternative Aluminum corrosion inhibitor in Hydrochloric  Acid solution, Int.J.Electrochem.sci.,8,1735-1758.

2. M.A Ezeokonkwo, P.O Ukoha and N.J.N Nnaji(2012); Green inhibitor for aluminium and mild steel in acid media: A case study of Exudates of Eucalyptus citiodora, International iournal of Chemical Sciences.10(I),1365-1573

3. N.J Nnaji, N.O Obiegbedi and M.N Nnabugwu(2012); Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Aluminium corrosion by solution in the presence of Anthocleista djalonensis leaf extract, international journal of chemical science.,10(1),182-194.

4. M.A Ezeokonkwo, and U.C Okoro(2012); New Dyes for petroleum products; journal of emerging Trends in engineering and Applied sciences,3(1),8-11

5. M.A Nnabugwu, U.C Okoro, C.A Nwadinigwe and L.E.S Akpansi(2011), synthesis of 1,9,11-triazaphenothiazine derivatives; international journal of chemistry,21(3), 201-206.

6. M.A Nnabugwu and P.O Ukoha(2010); Hydrolysable tannis from the “kinos” of Eucalyptus citrodora potentials for the manufacturer of Dyes for Textiles; international Journal of Chemistry,20(3),131-140

7. M.A Nnabugwu and P.O Ukoha (2008), Dyeing potetials of tannins of the exudates of Eucalyptus citriodora; proceedings of the 12th  Annual international conference of chemical society of Nigeria,Enugu Chapter, 84-87.


Area of Specialization
Research archive