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My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
My research area of interest in nanotechnogy is
-Encapsulation of the Malaria drugs Pyrimethamine and Sulfadoxine in Carbon nanotubes and Fullerene nanotubes in other to treat celebral malaria since there are able to cross brain barrier.
- Doping of Fullerene with Iron and Boron.
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Theoretical nanosciences and experimental nanotechnology.
Publication list
•G.W. Ejuh and J.M. Ndjaka, Linear and Non linear Optical effects of Pyrimethamine and Sulfadoxine: Ab-initio and density functional study, African Review of Physics; (accepted for publication in the 2014, volume 9)
•G.W. Ejuh and L.S. Taura, Linearity and Non-linearity of Photorefractive effect in Materials using the Band transport Model; Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics; 20(1); 2012.
•G.W. Ejuh, J.M. Ndjaka and A.N. Singh, Study of the structures and Physico-chemical properties of the molecules Pyrimethamine and Sulfadoxine by ab initio and DFT methods, Canadian Journal of pure and Applied Sciences; 5(2), 1591-1532, 2011.
•G.W. Ejuh, J.M. Ndjaka and A.N. Singh, A study of the structure and thermo-dynamics properties of Pyrimethamine by an analytical Hessian calculation, African Review of Physics; 6(3), 21-28’ 2011.
•G.W. Ejuh, J.M. Ndjaka and A.N. Singh, Effect of Environment on the Electronic Structure and Properties of the Malaria drug Pyrimethamine: B3LYP/6-311++G** and RHF/6-311++G** study, Global Journal of Pure & Applied Sciences and Technology, 1(2), 30-43, 2011.
•G.W. Ejuh, J.M. Ndjaka, A. Kumar and A.N. Singh, A study of vibrational spectra and Structure of the Malaria Drug Sulfadoxine; Journal of Laser and Optical Science; 1(1), 11-18, 2010.
•G.W. Ejuh, J.M. Ndjaka and A.N. Singh, Ab initio study of Octanitrocubane, Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics; 16, 29-38, 2010.
•G.W. Ejuh and J.M. Ndjaka, Global optimization of self avoiding random walk, Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics; 16, 95-110, 2010.
•G.W. Ejuh, J.M. Ndjaka, A. Kumar and A.N. Singh, Ab initio study of the structure and properties of the Malaria drug Daraprim, Bulletin of Laser and Spectroscopy society of India, vol.18, 73-85, 2009.
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Material Sciences Laboratory; University of Yaounde I
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