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Department of Chemistry

Prof. Philip Okinda Owuor

Professor of Chemistry,

Department of Chemistry,

Maseno University.

 
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Fredrick Orori Kengara

 

 

Senior Lecturer of Chemistry,

Maseno University.

 

 


 

 

DR.C Kowenje

Department of Chemistry,

Maseno University

 

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Sylvia Awino Opiyo

 

Department of Chemistry,

Maseno University

 
 



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Fredrick Orori Publications

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2017

  1. Fate processes of chlorobenzenes in soil and potential remediation strategies: A review

2016

  1. Function of Nitrate Ion and Tea Saponin Application Rates in Anerobic PAH Dissipation in Paddy Soil

  2. Feasibility of an enhanced washing process to extract PBDEs/heavy metals/antibiotics from antibiotic resistance gene-affected soil with aqueous DNA followed by microbial augmentation

2015

  1. Impact of bioaccessible pyrene on the abundance of antibiotic resistance genes during Sphingobium sp.-and sophorolipid-enhanced bioremediation in soil

  2. Positive relationship detected between soil bioaccessible organic pollutants and antibiotic resistance genes at dairy farms in Nanjing, Eastern China

  3. The interactive biotic and abiotic processes of DDT transformation under dissimilatory iron-reducing conditions

  4. Effect of anthropogenic activities on the water quality of Amala and Nyangores tributaries of River Mara in Kenya

  5. Enhanced soil washing process for the remediation of PBDEs/Pb/Cd-contaminated electronic waste site with carboxymethyl chitosan in a sunflower oil–water solvent system and microbial augmentation

  6. Does powder and granular activated carbon perform equally in immobilizing chlorobenzenes in soil?

2014

  1. Response surface methodology to understand the anaerobic biodegradation of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in contaminated soil—significance of nitrate concentration and bioaccessibility

  2. Evaluation of soil washing process with carboxymethyl-β-cyclodextrin and carboxymethyl chitosan for recovery of PAHs/heavy metals/fluorine from metallurgic plant site

  3. Evaluation of enhanced soil washing process and phytoremediation with maize oil, carboxymethyl-β-cyclodextrin, and vetiver grass for the recovery of organochlorine pesticides and heavy metals from a pesticide factory site

  4. Role of cosubstrate and bioaccessibility played in the enhanced anaerobic biodegradation of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in a paddy soil by nitrate and methyl-β-cyclodextrin amendments

  5. Remediation of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) contaminated site by successive methyl-β-cyclodextrin (MCD) and sunflower oil enhanced soil washing–portulaca oleracea L. cultivation

  6. Tenax extraction for exploring rate-limiting factors in methyl-β-cyclodextrin enhanced anaerobic biodegradation of PAHs under denitrifying conditions in a red paddy soil