Studies on Anatolian Medieval glazed ceramics using atomic spectrometry

Can, Süleyman Zühtü


Studies on flame retardancy of polyacrylonitrile fiber treated by flame-retardant monomers in cold plasma
Akovalı, G; Gündogan, G (Wiley, 1990)
Plasma polymer hexamethyldisiloxane, ethyldichlorophosphate and tris(butoxyethyl)phosphate modified polyacrylonitrile fibers were examined by FTIR, XRF, and SEM and the extend of flame retardancy introduced were checked. Certain levels of concentrations of flame‐retardant elements grafted or coated at the fiber surface during plasma treatment are believed to overcome some negative effects of a number of reactions that usually are concurrent with plasma polymerization, such as crosslinking.
Studies on utilization of new fluorescent compounds in chiral discrimination
Tan, Duygu; Akdağ, Akın; Department of Chemistry (2020)
In modern age, time is becoming an increasingly valuable parameter. Advances in science and technology are triggered by using time more effectively. The reflection of this in chemistry is towards developing computer-aided setups that allow performing multiple experiments at the same time and developing analysis techniques that can give results within a short time period. For many years, scientists have been trying to modify some spectroscopic techniques (mass, nmr, fluorescence, etc.) to develop alternative...
Studies on visual detection and surface modification testing of glass microfiber filter paper based biosensor
Adiguzel, Yekbun; Külah, Haluk (Elsevier BV, 2014-04-15)
Glass microfibers are commonly used as biomolecule adsorption media, as structural or disposable components of the optical biosensors. While any improvement in these components are appreciated, utilizing basic tools of traditional approaches may lead to original sensor opportunities as simple, functional designs that can be easily disseminated. Following this pursuit, surface modification of glass microfiber paper surface was performed by 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane (APTES) and resulting improvement in the...
Studies on microstripline to slotline transitions and wideband slotline antennas
Sözen, Mehmet Fazıl; Birand, Tuncay; Hızal, Altunkan; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1988)
Studies on interaction of electromagnetic waves with barium hexaferrite ceramics
Gürkan, Nurdan; Timuçin, Muharrem; Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (2008)
M-type barium hexaferrite powders doped with titanium and/or cobalt have been synthesized according to the stochiometric formulations BaFe(12 (4/3)x)TixO19, BaFe12-xCoxO19 , BaFe12-2xTixCoxO19 (x varying from 0 to 1.5 with an increment of 0.5) by the mixed oxide approach. The powders were used to manufacture small ceramic tiles by sintering each composition at 1250 °C with soaking times ranging from 1 to 16 hours. XRD work revealed formation of the magnetoplumbite crystal structure in all ceramics. The var...
Citation Formats
S. Z. Can, “Studies on Anatolian Medieval glazed ceramics using atomic spectrometry,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.