Renewable Hydrogen Energy Option for Pakistan

Gondal, Irfan Ahmad


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Tanrıkulu, Melda; Barlas, Mehmet Adnan; Department of City and Regional Planning (2010)
Within the twenty–first century, nearly three billion people, half of total population of the world, live in cities. It is estimated that in the forthcoming twenty–five years, two billion more people will settle in urban lands. Essentially most of these devastating changes will occur in developing countries, both in terms of the total global urban population as well as increased percentage of the individual country’s population living in urban areas. For many developing countries, the urban population is al...
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Biodeterioration has an important role in weathering of historical materials. Natural stone materials become vulnerable to physical and chemical changes in outdoor conditions, favouring the biological growth. In this study, biodeterioration on calcareous stones and its control by biomineralisation were studied on limestones from Nemrut Mount Monument and marbles from Pessinous Archaeological Site. For qualitative and quantitative detection of biological activity fluorescein diacetate (FDA) method that was d...
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I. A. Gondal, “Renewable Hydrogen Energy Option for Pakistan,” 2010, p. 293, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: