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  • Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2022

    The Editor in Chief, on behalf of the Editorial Team and Reviewers, has great pleasure in presenting this volume 4, issue 1 of the Journal of the Nigerian Society of Physical Sciences (JNSPS), to the research community and the world at large, comprising those seeking to publish their works and those who wish to keep up with the latest findings in their areas of research.

    This current edition includes 20 articles by authors from five different countries: Nigeria, UK, Oman, Malaysia, and India. The papers included in this issue are in the areas of minerals engineering, glass technology, biodiesel production, nanotechnology, mathematical sciences, and bio statistics. 

    This issue would be useful to researchers and practitioners working in the related areas and as well to the public interested in physical sciences.

    Dr. Babatunde James Falaye
    Department of Physics, Federal University of Lafia, Nasarawa State, Nigeria
    Editor-in-Chief, JNSPS

  • Volume 4, Issue 2, May 2022

    Excellent news that I am very happy to share with our readers is the ranking of our journal by Scientific Journal Rankings (SJR) as Q4 (SJR : 0.15, Link: https://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=21101044730&tip=sid&clean=0). Undoubtedly, in the coming years, we will witness more growth in the quality and reputation of our journal. This achievement is the result of the great work of our editorial team, who are constantly working on its improvement. I would like to congratulate our reviewers and, most importantly, our authors and readers on this new achievement and thank them for their constant effort devoted to the journal.

    This current edition includes 16 articles by authors from six different countries: Namibia, South Africa, Morocco, India, Nigeria, Hungary. The papers included in this issue are in the areas of Engineering Geology,Green ICT, Software solution, Fuzzy Mathematics, Environmental analytical Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, Quantum physics, Multivariate Analysis, Radiation and medical Physics and Computational Statistics.

    Some interesting results therein will enhance clean industrial process in the textile industry and also promote sustainable cities and communities through responsible consumption and production as highlighted by sustainable development goals (SDG) 11 and 12.

    This issue would be useful to researchers and practitioners working in the related areas and as well to the public interested in physical sciences.

    Dr. Babatunde James Falaye
    Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the Nigerian Society of Physical Sciences
    Indexing : Scopus, DOAJ, etc

  • Volume 4, Issue 3, August 2022

    Volume 4, Issue 3, Journal of the Nigerian Society of Physical Sciences (JNSPS)
    https://doi.org/10.46481/jnsps.2022.4.3

    On behalf of the Editorial Team and Reviewers, I have the great pleasure of presenting this volume 4, issue 3 of the Journal of the Nigerian Society of Physical Sciences (JNSPS) to the research community and the world at large, comprising those seeking to publish their works and those who wish to keep up with the latest findings in their areas of research.

    This current edition includes 23 articles by authors from eight different countries: Nigeria, Malaysia, India, UK, Oman, Iraq, Pakistan, Botswana. The papers included in this issue are in the areas of atmospheric physics, nuclear physics, computational mathematics, numerical analysis, atmospheric and environmental physical chemistry, multicollinearity, machine learning, material science, mathematical modelling, graph theory, and distribution.

    Some of the useful investigations conducted therein contribute to a fundamental understanding of the effect of graphene materials (GRMs) on the optoelectronic properties of perovskite solar cells (PSCs), and it confirms the promising prospects of achieving low-cost, efficient, and stable PSCs for commercialization with graphene materials. Other findings were found to be useful in providing a perception of the treatment caused by excessive consumption of fatty foods, thereby lowering the risk of cancer, hypertension, and many heart-related diseases. Another study also found that the synthesized ZnO nanoparticles provide antimicrobial efficacy against clinical strains of Bacillus subtilis and Staphylococcus aureus, as well as against standard strains of Escherichia coli.  Several fields, including cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, can benefit from biosynthesized nanoparticles.

    In general, this issue would be of interest to researchers and practitioners working in related fields, as well as the general public interested in physical sciences. 

    Babatunde James Falaye
    Department of Physics, Federal University of Lafia, Nasarawa State, Nigeria
    Editor-in-Chief, JNSPS