Dr. Abi Tadesse

 

Email address abi92003@yahoo.com
Rank Assistant Professor
Specialization Inorganic materials chemistryEnvironmental soil chemistry
Research Area Inorganic/hybrid materials synthesis with potential environmental application
Nanomaterial synthesis, characterization and application for solar cells, sensors, photocatalysis and chromatographic applications
Environmental analytical chemistry (soil/water/air: Depollution/remediation)
Green chemistry
Publications:
  • Taddesse, A.M.,  A.S. Claassens, & P.C. De Jager, 2008.  Effect of shaking time on long-term phosphorous desorption using DMT-HFO. Commun. Soil Sci Plant Anal, 39:2985-3001.
  • Taddesse, A.M.,  A.S. Claassens, & P.C. De Jager, 2008.  Short-cut approach alternative to the step-by-step conventional soil phosphorous fractionation method. Commun. Soil Sci Plant Anal, 39: 2985-3001.
  • Taddesse, A.S. Claassens, & P.C. De Jager, 2008.  Long-term phosphorous desorption using DMT-HFO and its effect on phosphorous pools for Avalon soils. J. Plant Nutri 31:1507-1522.
  • Taddesse, A.S. Claassens, & P.C. De Jager, 2008.  Long-term kinetics of phosphate desorption from soil and its relationship with plant growth. S. Afr. J. Plant and Soil, 25: 131-134.
  • Mesfin Bibiso, Abi Tadesse, Mulugeta Asseffa, 2012. Evaluation of Three Universal Extractants for the Determination of P, NO3 and K in Some Soils of Ethiopia. Advances in Life Sceince and Technology 6:16-24.
  • Achalu Chimdi, Heluf Gebrekidan, Kibebew Kibret, Abi Tadesse, 2012. Response of barley to liming of acid soils collected from different land use systems of Western Oromia, Ethiopia. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences 2:37-49.
  • Achalu Chimdi, Heluf Gebrekidan, Kibebew Kibret, Abi Tadesse, 2012. Status of Selected physicochemical properties of soils under different land use systems of Western Oromia, Ethiopia. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences 2:57-71.
  • Meseret  Amde,  Nigussie Megersa, Abi Tadesse and Tesfa Bedassa, 2012. Determination of the levels of selected metals in seeds, flowers and fruits of medicinal plants used for tapeworm treatment in Ethiopia, Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, DOI: 10.1080/02772248.2012.744022.