Chisom Sampson Egedeuzu
Abia State University
Chisom Sampson Egedeuzu is an Applied Chemist. He graduated from the prestigious Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria with a Bachelor’s degree 2nd Class Upper. He also has a Master’s degree from Abia State University, Uturu. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Applied Chemistry in the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland under the TETFUND sponsorship grant. He is working on Redox flow batteries and their efficiencies.
Egedeuzu, C. S.; Nnorom, I. C.; and Anucha, C. O. (2014). Synthetic pathways for the production of bioethanol from non petroleum sources. Journal of International Business and Economic Research, 1(2): 22-34.
Eze, S. O.; Ukaogo, P. O.; Obike, A. I.; Egedeuzu, C. S.; and Osuocha, K. U. (2014). Heavy metals contamination in Amaogwugwu river from the headstream to the downstream in Ohuhu Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria.Journal of Natural Sciences Research, 4(14): 6-10.
Ogbonna, C. E.; Enete, I. C.; Egedeuzu, C. S.; and Ogbochi, E. F. (2013). Heavy metal concentration in leaves of roadside trees in Umuahia urban, Nigeria. Journal of Resources and Environment, 3(5): 141-144.