Dr. Anthony Ndiripo

Dr. Anthony Ndiripo

Lecturer - Applied Chemistry

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Website: http://www.nust.ac.zw

Office: SD 69

Extension: 2076

Email: anthony.ndiripo@nust.ac.zw

Qualifications

PhD: Polymer Science:University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018. Title of Thesis:High temperature multidimensional chromatography of complex and functionalized polyolefins”

Masters Degree in Polymer Science (Cum Laude), Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa. 2015

BSc Honours Degree in Applied Chemistry (First Division), National University of Science and Technology, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. 2009

Research

Synthesis and characterization of novel ethylene and higher 1-olefin copolymers and terpolymers; Development of new characterisation techniques for existing polyolefins


Publications by Dr. Anthony Ndiripo

Ndiripo, Anthony, Dawid Joubert, and Harald Pasch. "Ethylene/1‐heptene copolymers as interesting alternatives to 1‐octene‐based LLDPE: Molecular structure and physical properties." Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 54.7 (2016): 962-975.

Ndiripo, Anthony, and Harald Pasch. "On the multimodality of preparative TREF fractionation as detected by advanced analytical methods." Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry407.21 (2015): 6493-6503.

Liu, Yonggang, Mohau Justice Phiri, Anthony Ndiripo, and Harald Pasch. "Chemical composition separation of a propylene–ethylene random copolymer by high temperature solvent gradient interaction chromatography." Journal of Chromatography A 1522 (2017): 23-29.

Ndiripo, Anthony, Andreas Albrecht, Benjamin Monrabal, Jingbo Wang, and Harald Pasch. "Chemical Composition Fractionation of Olefin Plastomers/Elastomers by Solvent and Thermal Gradient Interaction Chromatography." Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2018).

Conferences

Ndiripo, Anthony, and Harald Pasch. "Molecular Structure Elucidation of Oxidized/Functionalized Polyolefin Waxes." Eighth International Symposium on the Separation and Characterization of Natural and Synthetic Macromolecules, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, February 2017