Chemical cleaning of water - formed deposits /

Ünlü, Burhan


Chemical removal of pyritic sulfur from Beypazari liginte.
Sübaşı, Zeynep; Department of Chemical Engineering (1981)
Mechanical milling of magnesium powders and measurement of their hydrogen sorption characteristics.
Baybörü, Elif; Öztürk, Tayfur; Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (2001)
Chemical vapor deposition of boron carbide
Karaman, Mustafa; Özbelge, Önder; Department of Chemical Engineering (2007)
Boron carbide was produced on tungsten substrate in a dual impinging-jet CVD reactor from a gas mixture of BCl3, CH4, and H2. The experimental setup was designed to minimise the effect of mass transfer on reaction kinetics, which, together with the on-line analysis of the reactor effluent by FTIR, allowed a detailed kinetic investigation possible. The phase and morphology studies of the products were made by XPS, XRD,micro hardness and SEM methods. XPS analysis showed the existence of chemical states attrib...
Chemical Vapour Deposition of Graphene with Re useable Pt and Cu substrates for Flexible Electronics
Karamat, Shumaıla; Sonusen, Selda; Çelik, Ümit; Uysallı, Yiğit; Oral, Ahmet (null; 2015-03-06)
Graphene has gained the attention of scientific world due to its outstanding physical properties. The future demand of flexible electronics such as solar cells, light emitting diodes, photo-detectors and touch screen technology requires more exploration of graphene properties on flexible substrates. The most interesting application of graphene is in organic light emitting diodes (OLED) where efforts are in progress to replace brittle indium tin oxide (ITO) electrode with a flexible graphene electrode becaus...
Chemical preparation of aluminum borate whiskers
Gonenli, IE; Tas, AC (2000-06-01)
Aluminum borate (9Al(2)O(3). 2B(2)O(3)) whiskers were chemically synthesized in potassium sulphate flux by using the starting chemicals of aluminum sulphate and boric acid. The synthesis temperature of 1075 degrees C was found to be the optimum with respect to whisker morphology. A tentative X-ray diffraction (XRD) pattern was suggested for the whiskers produced after heating at 1150 degrees C. The product purity, phase composition, and whisker morphology were investigated by XRD, energy dispersive X-ray sp...
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B. Ünlü, “Chemical cleaning of water - formed deposits /,” Middle East Technical University, 1971.