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  1. Density and Morphological Properties of Some Reinforced Polymers
    PAP Mamza, BT Nwufo
    Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 2009; 17(2): 189-193 .
  2. The Swelling Behaviour of Polystyrene (PS)/ Polyvinylacetate (Pvac) Blends in Different Solvents and the Effects of -Cellulose used as Filler on the Electrical Conductivity.
    P. A. P. Mamza and B.T. Nwufo
    Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 2008; 16(2): 165 - -170.
  3. Fabrication and Characterization of Locally Woven Polyester Fibre Reinforced Polyester Composites
    M. T. Isa, P. A. P. Mamza, T.K. Bello and A.U. Ndanusa
    Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 2008; 16(2): 161 -164.
  4. COMPARISON OF ACI, IS AND DOE METHODS OF CONCRETE MIX DESIGN
    I. K. Ejiogu, P. A. P. Mamza, P. O. Nkeonye, S. A.Yaro
    Nigerian Journal of Engineering. 2020; 27(1): 68-83.
  5. Microbiological studies on genital infections in slaughtered ewes from tropical arid zone of Nigeria
    GD Mshelia, VT Bilal, VA Maina, K Okon, SA Mamza, ID Peter & GO Egwu
    Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 2014; 12(1): 18-22.
  6. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF BAGASSE/SWEET POTATO PEEL-FILLED LDPE COMPOSITES
    Martins Iji, Hamza Abba, Paul Mamza,
    Science Forum (Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences). 2019; 19(1): 72-82.
  7. COMPARISON OF ACI, IS AND DOE METHODS OF CONCRETE MIX DESIGN
    Ibe Kevin EJIOGU, Paul Andrew MAMZA, Peter Obinna NKEONYE, Shehu Aliyu YARO
    Nigerian Journal of Engineering. 2020; 27(1): 68-83.

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