Staff Directories - Federal University of Lafia (FULafia)
info@fulafia.edu.ng +23490 5758 8964
charles.oseghale@science.fulafia.edu.ng
Chemistry, Faculty of Science

Mr. Charles Oseghale

Assistant Lecturer

New materials for Greenhouse Gas capture and conversion

 Heterogenous catalysis

Advanced 3D printing

Synthetic Inorganic and materials chemistry

Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs)

Design and synthesis novel organometallic and inorganic compounds

Evaluation of coordination compounds using X-ray crystallography with spectroscopic methods.

My research interest spans the areas of Inorganic, Physical and Materials Chemistry and focuses on the design and fabrication of functional Inorganic nanomaterials that exhibit novel magnetic, optical and electronic phenomena. Potential applications range from heterogenous catalysis (3D printing), sensors and capture of greenhouse gases. The major key aspect is gaining an understanding of the fundamental relationships between the structural features of solid-state materials, solutions and their physical properties.

Profile

NULL

Selected Publications in Scientific Journals

    1. Ashishie, P.B., Anyama, C.A., Ayi, A.A., Oseghale, C.O., Adesuji, E.T. and Labulo, A.H., 2018. Green synthesis of silver monometallic and copper-silver bimetallic nanoparticles using Kigelia africana fruit extract and evaluation of their antimicrobial activities. International Journal of Physical Sciences, 13(3), pp.24-32.

    2. Adesuji, E.T., Oluwaniyi, O.O., Adegoke, H.I., Moodley, R., Labulo, A.H., Bodede, O.S. and Oseghale, C.O., 2016. Investigation of the larvicidal potential of silver nanoparticles against Culex quinquefasciatus: a case of a ubiquitous weed as a useful bioresource. Journal of Nanomaterials, 2016.

    3. Labulo, A.H., Adesuji, E.T., Dedeke, O.A., Bodede, O.S., Oseghale, C.O., Moodley, R., Nyamori, V.O., Dare, E.O. and Adegoke, O.A., 2016. A dual-purpose silver nanoparticles biosynthesized using aqueous leaf extract of Detarium microcarpum: An under-utilized species. Talanta, 160, pp.735-744.

    4. Oluwaniyi, O.O., Adegoke, H.I., Adesuji, E.T., Alabi, A.B., Bodede, S.O., Labulo, A.H. and Oseghale, C.O., 2016. Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using aqueous leaf extract of Thevetia peruviana Juss and its antimicrobial activities. Applied Nanoscience, 6(6), pp.903-912.

    5. Charles, O. O. Elias, E. E., Jude, C. O., and Oviawe, A. P. (2015) Mixed ligand Zn (II) complex mediated by aTaurine moiety: Synthesis, Structural analysis and Antimicrobial studies. J. Chem. Soc. Nig. 23, 15-39.

    6. Elemike, E.E., Oseghale, O.C. and Okoye, A.C., 2015. Utilization of cellulosic cassava waste for bio-ethanol production. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 3(4), pp.2797-2800.

    7. Dare, E.O., Oseghale, C.O., Labulo, A.H., Adesuji, E.T., Elemike, E.E., Onwuka, J.C. and Bamgbose, J.T., 2015. Green synthesis and growth kinetics of nanosilver under bio-diversified plant extracts influence. Journal of Nanostructure in Chemistry, 5(1), pp.85-94.

    8. Emeka, E.E., Ojiefoh, O.C., Aleruchi, C., Hassan, L.A., Christiana, O.M., Rebecca, M., Dare, E.O. and Temitope, A.E., 2014. Evaluation of antibacterial activities of silver nanoparticles green-synthesized using pineapple leaf (Ananas comosus). Micron, 57, pp.1-5.

    9.  

Skills

Administrative97%
Research98%
Lecturing Skill99%