Radiation chemistry of aqueous solutions of chlorodifluoromethane and carbon tetrachloride.

Salih, İlkay M


Radiation grafting of various water-soluble monomers on ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene powder: Part I. Grafting conditions and grafting yield
Aydinli, B; Tincer, T (Elsevier BV, 2001-02-01)
Monomers of some water-soluble polymers; acrylic acid, methacrylic acid, acrylamide, N, N-dimethyl acrylamide and 1-vinyl-2 pyrrolidone, were grafted on ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) powders by a direct grafting method in an aqueous medium in air. Inhibition of homopolymerisation was achieved by adding various concentrations of Fe2+ or Cu2+ ions. It was found that the degree of grafting increases linearly with dose till a gelation state is reached, and varies between 40 and 12% depending...
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ESR dating of calcrete nodules from Bala, Ankara (Turkey): Preliminary results
Kucukuysal, Ceren; Engin, Birol; Günal Türkmenoğlu, Asuman; Aydas, Canan (Elsevier BV, 2011-02-01)
The age of two calcrete nodules (C1 and C2) from the Bala section in the region of Ankara, Turkey, is determined by the Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) method. Three radiation-induced ESR signals at g=2.0056 (A signal), g=2.0006 (C signal) and g=2.0038 (broad signal, BL) were observed. The broad signal (BL) intensity was used as a dating signal. The properties of this dating signal are described in this manuscript. The calcrete nodules were irradiated with a Co-60 gamma source and measured with an ESR spectro...
Use of model confusion learning for speaker identification a rule-based approach
Altincay, H; Demirekler, Mübeccel (1999-06-23)
This paper presents a multiple classifier system for text-independent speaker identification (SI). For the speaker identification problem, several different classifiers can be developed, each having strengths and weaknesses compared to the others. When the strengths and weaknesses of the individual classifiers do not overlap, i.e. a speaker which is misclassified by one classifier is correctly classified by some others, robust classification systems can be developed with the use of multiple classifiers. The...
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İ. M. Salih, “Radiation chemistry of aqueous solutions of chlorodifluoromethane and carbon tetrachloride.,” Middle East Technical University, 1976.