Sandstone Geochemistry And Provenance Of The Nsukka Formation, Southeastern Nigeria

X-ray fluorescence analysis of the sandstone component of the Nsukka Formation in the Inyi-Okigwe area of the Anambra Basin, was conducted to determine the mineralogical composition and interpret the depositional history. The results revealed that the sandstone has an average silica (SiO2), alumina (Al2O3), and iron oxide (Fe203) contents of 93.89%, 1.91%, and 1.28% respectively....
Read More

Who are we?

The Oriental Journal of Science and Engineering (OJSE) is a frontline international publishing outfit for sciences and engineering.

The journal publishes high quality peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of physical science (chemistry, computer science, geology, mathematics, physics and statistics), natural science (biochemistry, biology, botany, biotechnology, zoology, microbiology, biological science and related fields), health sciences, chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical/electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, aeronautical engineering, as well as all aspects of environmental sciences.

The journal welcomes original research papers, discussion papers, short reports, reviews and short communications.