Environmental application of XRF ICP-AES and INAA on biological matrix

Doğangün, Aysun


Environmental Applications of Natural Zeolites
Kazemian, Hossein; Gedik, Kadir; İmamoğlu, İpek (2012-01-01)
Environmental pollution particularly at very low concentrations is very difficult to remove from contaminated media. Adsorption by means of relatively inexpensive natural adsorbents such as zeolites can be considered as a cost effective alternative treatment of such contaminated streams. The unique chemical and structural characteristics of natural zeolites made them potential materials for a multitude of environmental applications where materials are needed for effective binding, adsorbing, and filtering. ...
Environmental applications of hyperspectral anomaly and target detection algorithms
Soydan, Hilal; Karpuz, Celal; Department of Mining Engineering (2017)
The objective of this thesis study is to understand the capacity of hyperspectral anomaly detection and target detection algorithms for contamination mapping, with a focus on developing a new methodology for environmental problems related to coal mining operations. Considering the data availability, specific chemical structure and reflectance properties as well as being one of the common contaminants in mining operations, hydrocarbon induced problems are studied for water and soil medium separately. Having ...
Environmental effects on quantum geometric phase and quantum entanglement
Günhan, Ali Can; Pak, Namık Kemal; Department of Physics (2008)
We investigate the geometric phase (GP) acquired by the states of a spin-1/2 nucleus which is subject to a static magnetic field. This nucleus as the carrier system of GP, is taken as coupled to a dissipative environment, so that it evolves non-unitarily. We study the effects of different characteristics of different environments on GP as nucleus evolves in time. We showed that magnetic field strength is the primary physical parameter that determines the stability of GP; its stability decreases as the magne...
Environmental sensitivities of plant populations and their practical importance. I: A case study on Pinus brutia Ten. Bitki populasyonlarinin cevresel duyarlilik degeri ve uygulamadaki onemi. I: kizilcam ornegi
Isik, K.; Kaya, Zeki (Scientific and Technical research Council of Turkey - TUBITAK, 1990-01-01)
Six Pinus brutia populations from different origins (Sarılar, Doyran, Murtbeli, Bük, Kapan and Hacıbekar) were planted in 4 common garden experiments located at different heights on the Taurus mountains near Antalya. Tree height at age 6 years and the number of growth cycles during the sixth growing season were measured; using these parameters environmental sensitivities of the populations were calculated. The Murtbeli population had the highest environmental sensitivity.
Environmental effects on the geometric phase
GÜNHAN, ALİ CAN; Turgut, Sadi; PAK, NAMIK KEMAL (2011-09-01)
The behavior of the geometric phase gained by a single spin-1/2 nucleus immersed into a thermal or a squeezed environment is investigated. Both the time dependence of the phase and its value at infinity are examined against several physical parameters. It is observed that for some intermediate ranges of the temperature and the coupling strength, the presence of squeezing enhances the geometric phase.
Citation Formats
A. Doğangün, “Environmental application of XRF ICP-AES and INAA on biological matrix,” Middle East Technical University, 2000.