Applied Chemical Engineering
American University of Nigeria
Ph.D, Applied Chemistry, University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Victoria Adams has PhD in Applied Chemistry from the University of Johannesburg, South africa and MSc (Eng) in Chemical Engineering and B.Eng(Hons) in Chemical Engineering from the Wits University, South Africa and Federal University of Technology Yola, respectively. She is a scholar who has attended several international conference globally, published several articles by reputable publishers, a reviewer for various journals and an editorial member of a journal.
Water treatment and sustainability, corrosion studies and in general materials characterization and application.
F.V. Adams, A. Niyomugabo, O.P. Sylvester, Bioremediation of crude oil contaminated soil using agricultural waste, Procedia Manufacturing, 7, 459-464, 2017.
B. D. Ikotun, F. V. Adams, A. G. Ikotun, Application of three xanthates collectors on the recovery of nickel and pentlandite in a low grade nickel sulphide ore using optimum flotation parameters, Particulate Science and Technology,35, 462-471, 2017.
Feyisayo Victoria Adams, Alex Peter, Ifeoma V Joseph, O'donnell P Sylvester, Antoine F. Mulaba-Bafubiandi, Purification of crude oil contaminated water using fly ash/clay, Journal of Water Process Engineering, 2017