Ranges of Mo and Ba from spontaneous fission of Cf and range-energy relationships.

İzmen, Ayşe


Ranges and energies of fragments from spontaneous fission of Cf.
Caner, Emine Nevin; Department of Chemistry (1968)
Variations in the dip properties of the low-mass X-ray binary XB 1254-690 observed with XMM-Newton and INTEGRAL
Trigo, M. Diaz; Parmar, A. N.; Boirin, L.; Motch, C.; Talavera, A.; Balman, Şölen (EDP Sciences, 2009-01-01)
We have analysed data from five XMM-Newton observations of XB 1254-690, one of them simultaneous with INTEGRAL, to investigate the mechanism responsible for the highly variable dip durations and depths seen from this low-mass X-ray binary. Deep dips were present during two observations, shallow dips during one and no dips were detected during the remaining two observations. At high (1-4 s) time resolution "shallow dips" are seen to include a few very rapid, deep dips whilst the "deep" dips consist of many s...
Runs of homozygosity suggest a reduction in inbreeding through the Holocene
Gürün, Kanat; Altınışık, Nefize Ezgi; Gemici, Hasan Can; Karamurat, Cansu; Koptekin, Dilek; Vural, Kıvılcım Başak; Mapelli, Igor; Sağlıcan, Ekin; Sürer, Elif; Erdal, Yılmaz Selim; Götherström, Anders; Özer, Füsun; Atakuman, Çiğdem; Somel, Mehmet (2021-06-01)
How the advent of agriculture and social complexity changed human inbreeding patterns is unclear. Ethnographic work suggests low levels of consanguinity in modern-day foragers compared to farmer communities. Meanwhile, the larger population sizes of farmer societies may have lowered the frequency of panmictic (i.e. drift-driven) inbreeding in these groups. Hence, the net impact of food production on autozygosity levels remains unknown. Here we show that runs of homozygosity (ROH) >1 Mb can be relia...
Variations of estimated maximal aerobic speed in children soccer players and its associations with the accumulated training load: Comparisons between non, low and high responders
Clemente, Filipe Manuel; Silva, Ana Filipa; Alves, Ana Ruivo; Nikolaidis, Pantelis Theodoros; Ramirez-Campillo, Rodrigo; Lima, Ricardo; Söğüt, Mustafa; Rosemann, Thomas; Knechtle, Beat (Elsevier BV, 2020-10-01)
The aim of this study was twofold: (i) to examine the variations of estimated maximal aerobic speed between non, low and high responders and (ii) to analyze the relationships between accumulated training load parameters and variations of maximal aerobic speed in children soccer players. Forty-four male soccer players were assessed three times during the early and mid-season (second to fifth month of the season) and were monitored daily over the period of analysis using the rating of perceived exertion (RPE)...
Range and Angle Measurement in a Linear Pulsed Frequency Diverse Array Radar
Cetiner, Ramazan; Demir, Şimşek; Hizal, Altunkan (2017-05-12)
The range-angle coupling in Frequency Diverse Array (FDA) radar is uniquely solved. The array operates as a linear pulsed FDA in the transmission (TX) mode while it operates as a pulsed phased array (PA) in the receiving (RX) mode. The duration of FDA TX pulse is chosen as minimum. A novel radar concept is proposed. It is shown that FDA waveform can be further compressed by matched filtering (MF).
Citation Formats
A. İzmen, “Ranges of Mo and Ba from spontaneous fission of Cf and range-energy relationships.,” Middle East Technical University, 1971.