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Articles by Bhekie B. Mamba
Total Records ( 2 ) for Bhekie B. Mamba
  Lungile P. Lukhele , Bhekie B. Mamba , Maggy NB Momba and Rui W.M. Krause
  This study explores the use of nano-sized materials for the removal of bacteria in water. Silver nanoparticles immobilized onto carbon nanotube and cyclodextrin polymers were synthesized in our laboratories and the resultant polymers were characterized by various techniques such as BET, TEM, SEM, EDX and then tested for their efficacy at removing pathogenic bacteria from environmental water samples these environmental water samples were collected from surface and ground water sources where E.coli and V. cholerae were isolated from the environmental samples in relatively high numbers. These samples were subjected to synthesized polymers and a reduction in bacterial colony forming units was observed.
  I. Oluremi Olabanji , Titus A.M. Msagati , J. Catherine Ngila , E. Ayodele Oluyemi and Bhekie B. Mamba
  The aim of this study was to investigate the possible link between the mental disorder and the poisoning due to some organophosphorus agrochemicals. The study was done on a population of 40 patients and 40 healthy individuals. Open acid digestion method was used to extract organophosphate residues from blood and head hair samples. Ten patients were found to be positive for azinphos methyl at concentrations between 0.87 and 5.19 μg kg-1 in hair and 6.27 to 10.98 μg kg-1 in blood samples. These values fall above the FAO/WHO threshold limits and hence the possible links to the mental disorder problems.
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