Redox behaviour of chalcopyrite

Gökağaç Arslan, Gülsün
International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences


Redox Processes in Suboxic Worlds The Highly Different Benthic Geochemistry of Fe S Mn Across the Chemoclines of Baltic and Black Sea
Yücel, Mustafa; Dale, Andrew; Slomp, Caroline; Arkin, Sinan (null; 2016-07-01)
Suboxic waters and sediments are complex hotspots of nutrient recycling, metal mobilization and sequestration of organic carbon. Moreover, modern suboxic/anoxic basins are analogs of the ancient global ocean that presumably had a pelagic redox gradient. In this context, comparative analyses of redox processes in geographically distinct basins could provide new insights on the drivers of anoxic ocean processes. Here we present high-r...
Dilute solution behavior of sulfonated polystyrene ionomers in solvents with different polarity
Güler, Hatice; Aras, Leyla; Department of Chemistry (1988)
Delamination-Debond Behaviour of Composite T-Joints in Wind Turbine Blades
Gulasik, H.; Çöker, Demirkan (2014-06-20)
Wind turbine industry utilizes composite materials in turbine blade structural designs because of their high strength/stiffness to weight ratio. T-joint is one of the design configurations of composite wind turbine blades. T-joints consist of a skin panel and a stiffener co-bonded or co-cured together with a filler material between them. T-joints are prone to delaminations between skin/stiffener plies and debonds between skin-stiffener-filler interfaces. In this study, delamination/debond behavior of a co-b...
Resonant frequency shifts related to the elastic constants near the alpha-beta transition in quartz
Yurtseven, Hasan Hamit (Elsevier BV, 2019-03-05)
The resonant frequency shifts of vibrational modes are related to the elastic constants at various temperatures for the alpha-beta transition in quartz (T-c = 573.0 degrees C for alpha-quartz and 574.3 degrees C for beta-quartz). This correlation is constructed on the basis of the spectroscopic modifications of the Pippard relations near the alpha-beta transition in quartz by using the observed data from the literature.
Free forming of locally heated specimens
Okman, O.; Ozmen, M.; Huwiler, H.; Tekkaya, A. E. (Elsevier BV, 2007-06-01)
A novel manufacturing method is investigated, in which a steep temperature gradient within the workpiece is induced to facilitate material flow locally. By this method, complex shapes can be formed without complicated dies. The feasibility of the idea is analyzed experimentally and numerically. Local heating is realized either by means of induction or laser heating. Experiments using materials 16MnCr5, X5CrNi18/9, and Ti6Al4V have been conducted under various process conditions. These experiments have also ...
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T. GÜLER, C. HİÇYILMAZ, G. Gökağaç Arslan, and Z. EKMEKÇİ, “Redox behaviour of chalcopyrite,” International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 83–89, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: