Mr Frederick Agboinghale
Department: Rectory

Designation: Chief Lecturer

Office: @ the School of ICT,  staff Building, Top floor, RM 2 

Contact:

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Email: fredagboinghale@auchipoly.edu.ng

 

About MeQualificationsProfessional MembershipResearch InterestSelected Publications

A former Deputy Rector (Academics) and a Chief Lecturer in the department of Science Laboratory Technology (SLT), currently teaching Inorganic Chemistry at HND and ND levels.

M Sc (Industrial Chemistry), 1997, University of Benin.
i. American Chemical Society, (ACS).
ii. Institute of Chartered Chemists of Nigeria, (ICCON).
iii. Chemical Society of Nigeria, (CSN).
Adsorption Studies in the use of Local Agricultural Waste Products in the Development of Cheap Adsorbents.
Books, Journal & Papers

1. Agboinghale Frederick, (2004) Organic Chemistry: A First Course, A & B Computer Ventures, Auchi. ISBN: 978 – 37245 – 0 – 9.

2. Frederick and Abdulkadir Nasiru, (2004); Basic Inorganic Chemistry: A & B Computer Ventures, Auchi. ISBN: 978 – 35097 – 0 – 11.

Papers:
1. Oladoja, N. A. and Agboinghale F. (2002) Inventorization of the Quality Characteristics of Ground Water in Etsako West, Edo State, Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Studies. Vol. 1 No. 1 & 2.

2. Agboinghale F. (2004). Indoor Air Pollution and Health Effects: A Review. HESTAB Auchi Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies. Vol. 1 No. 2.

3. Agboinghale F. (2004). Removal of Lead from Aqueous Solution Using Rice Husks (2004). Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences Research. (The official Journal of Chemistry Advancement Society). Vol. 2 No. 1.

4. Agboinghale F. and Idiaghe J. A (2005). Removal of Nickel Ions from Aqueous Solution using Orange Peels (White Inner Skin). ChemTech Journal. (An Official Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria, Edo Chapter). Vol. 1.

5. Agboinghale F. (2005). Comparison of Sorption Performance of Orange Peel with that of Rice Husk in Removing Lead (II) ions from Aqueous Solution (2005). ChemTech Journal. (An Official Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria, Edo Chapter). Vol. 1.

6. Agboinghale F. (2006). Adsorption of Lead from Aqueous Solution by Orange Peel (White Inner Skin). Journal of Qualitative Education. Vol. 2 No. 4.

7. Removal of Lead (II) Ions from Aqueous Solution by Orange Peel: Kinetic Studies (2006). ChemTech Journal. (An Official Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria, Edo Chapter). Vol. 2.

8. Agboinghale F. and Idiaghe J. A (2011) A Kinetic Study of Malachite Green Adsorption on Snail Shell Powder. IRCAB journal of Natural and Applied Science.