Cation exchange capacity and contaminant uptake properties of some natural clays as potential landfill liners

Sezer, G. Aslı


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The kinetics of cathode edge shrinkage and displacement (drift) coupled strongly with the grain boundary (GB) grooving is investigated using the novel mathematical model developed by Ogurtani, in sandwich type thin film bamboo lines. The computer simulations are performed under the constant current (CC) and the switch-over constant voltage (SOCV) operations. The cathode drift velocity and the cathode failure time show the existence of two distinct phases, depending upon the normalized electron wind intensit...
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Cathodic Arc Discharge for Synthesis of Carbon Nanoparticles
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In this chapter, the authors report further experimental details and several physical analyses of the floating powder and propose a model for the formation mechanism. They discussed the ability to analyze carbon nanoparticle formation in terms of a charged dusty plasma process. The detected carbon nanoparticles using a Langmuir probe technique are in agreement with the presence of fullerene-sized molecules in the plasma. The plasma can also be visually observed to surround the anode, indicating the directio...
Gallium extraction and aggregation studies in some amine extraction systems.
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Citation Formats
G. A. Sezer, “Cation exchange capacity and contaminant uptake properties of some natural clays as potential landfill liners,” Middle East Technical University, 1998.