AUST Institutional Repository
Welcome to the African University of Science and Technology, Institutional Repository. This is a digital archive service of the AUST Library for the preservation and promotion of research record and supporting research data at AUST. This service also collects, preserves, and distributes the academic output and research materials produced or maintained by AUST.
The AUST Repository includes
- Journal Articles (Pre-Prints and Post Prints)
- Conference Papers
- Thesis and Dissertations
- Datasets resulting from Research Projects
- Research and Publications
- Seminars and Workshops
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(2021-04-12)The prevailing method currently used in treating and stabilizing expansive soil is chemical stabilization. The two materials that are widely used in this regard are lime and cement. They have proven over the years to be ...
(2021-03-16)Low-grade iron ore sample was collected from Gangra mines in Nimba Liberia. The ore was subjected to XRD and XRF analysis and was found to contain 63.1% Fe2O3, 25.4% SiO2, 9.1% Al2O3, and 2.4% LOI. 561.5 g . 1684.5g raw ...
(2021-04-12)Recently, the field of Tissue Engineering has explored the potential for the regeneration of many organs and tissues in the human body. The aim of this study applied to breast tissue engineering is to overcome the major ...
Chemical Synthesis and Characterization of Functionalized Magnetite Nanoparticles for Targeting Breast Cancer Cells and Tissues (2021-04-12)This study presents the results of the characterization of functionalized magnetite nanoparticles for targeting breast cancer cells. In this study, spherical magnetite nanoparticles with core diameters between 5nm and 30 ...
Effect of annealing on the Morphological and Optoelectronic Properties of Ch 3 Nh 3 Pb I 3 Thin Films for Perovskite Solar Cell Applications (2021-03-15)Organolead Trihalide Perovskites (OTPs) is one of the third generations’ photovoltaic technologies which have achieved excellent power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 3.8% in 2009 to 23.7% in 2018, just within nine years ...