Akens Hamilton-AmachreeCountry of origin: Nigeria Currently in: Nigeria, Yenagoa General field of specialization: Chemical Sciences
Degrees2010 Doctorate Chemical Sciences
Current Research Activities
Dr Akens Hamilton-Amachree has undertaken several research projects in the extraction, analyses and industrial application of bioactive compounds. Her current research is on Extraction Optimisation of phytochemicals from by-products of selected plants growing abundantly in the low land rain forests of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Green extraction Technologies are being explored. Her research also involves the use of hyphenated analytical techniques such as UPLC-MS, GC-MS and UV-Vis Spectroscopy in the analyses of the resultant complex plant matrices.
Publications resulting from Research:
Synthesis of biodiesel from blend of seeds oil-animal fat employing agricultural wastes as base catalyst
Adepoju, T. F.
Hamilton-Amachree A., EB Ekeinde
Case Studies in Chemical and Environmental Engineering 5, 100202, 2022
Phytochemicals, Elemental Composition and Antioxidant Activity of Pueraria phaseoloides
A Hamilton-Amachree, NM Uzoekwe
The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Journal 9 (3), 41-48, 2022
Corrosion inhibition of API 5L X80 pipeline steel in acidic environment using aqueous extract of Thevetia Peruvian
A Hamilton-Amachree, NB Iroha
Chem. Int 6 (3), 110, 2020
Inhibition and adsorption of oil extract of Balanites aegyptiaca seeds on the corrosion of mild steel in hydrochloric acid environment
NB Iroha, A Hamilton-Amachree
World Scientific News 126, 183-197, 2019
Adsorption and anticorrosion performance of Ocimum Canum extract on mild steel in sulphuric acid pickling environment
NB Iroha, A Hamilton-Amachree
American Journal of Materials Science 8 (2), 39-44, 2018
Comparative study on the phytochemical and in vitro antioxidant properties of methanolic leaf extract of Justicia secunda vahl
E Osioma, A Hamilton-Amachree
Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment 15 (1), 111-117, 2017
Surface Engineering Effect on Optimizing Hydrogenation Timing of Green Hydrogenated Chitosan-Mediated CuO (H-Cht-CuO) for Cashew-kernel-oil Hydrogenation
JL Konne, HA Akens, AA Uwaezuoke, AG Chiamaka
Modern Chemistry 7 (3), 73, 2019
GC-MS analysis of oil rich in polyenoic fatty acid methyl esters from leaves of Justicia secunda Vahl growing abundantly in the lowland rain forests of the Niger Delta region.
A Hamilton-Amachree, SA Uzoekwe
American Journal of Essential Oils and Natural Products 5 (4), 1-4, 2017
Characterization and Antimicrobial activity of Copper nanoparticles synthesized using Anthocyanin-rich aqueous extracts of Costus afer
A Hamilton-Amachree, OO Abosede
Journal of Chemical Society of Nigeria 44 (3), 2019
Phytochemicals and nutritional characteristics of ethanol extract of the leaf and bark of Njangsa (Ricinodendron Heudelotii) plant
NM Uzoekwe, A Hamilton-Amachree
Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management 20 (3), 522-527, 2016
Current professionCurrent professional activities type:ResearchAdministrationTeachingI am currently involved in lecturing undergraduate chemistry courses as well as offering supervision to research projects. My relatively young university is yet to commence post graduate programs. I am also actively involved in collaborative researches which has led to the publication of articles in referred journals. I also have some important administrative duties namely: member, University Management Committee, member, University Senate, Director, Academic Planning.
Workshop and Conference Attended2021 Le Meridien Hotel, Dubai TETFund’s Train-the-Trainer International Workshop Theme: ‘’Research Project Management Programme.
AffiliationsScience Association of NigeriaChemical Society of Nigeria
Presentation given2019UPLC-DAD-ESI-QTOF-MS Characterization of anthocyanin pigments extracted from the leaves of Justicia secunda Vahl (Acantaceae) growing abundantly in the low land rainforests of the Niger Delta region of NigeriaStanley Theatre, University of Liverpool, U.KEvent: Royal Society of Chemistry: Biomaterials Chemistry Annual Meeting