Fundamentals of Biomaterials



Fundamentals of a metal surface imaging system based on laser-optic principles
Bektaş, Murat; Altan, Hakan; Department of Physics (2009)
The confocal laser-scanning microscope (CLSM), known simply as a confocal microscope, is an important instrument which allows us to observe an object or a surface in three-dimensions with confocal microcopy technique. The basic difference of confocal microscopy is detecting the in- focused light, while the out of focus light is blocked out by the help of a pinhole. By this optical dissection ability of confocal microcopy, CLSM provides the images of investigated object or the surface with higher resolution ...
Fundamentals of hydrogen storage processes over Ru/SiO2 and Ru/Vulcan
ASLAN, MUSTAFA YASİN; Üner, Deniz (Elsevier BV, 2019-07-12)
Hydrogen adsorption and desorption over Ru/SiO2 and Ru/Vulcan are investigated in terms of hydrogen storage and release characteristics by both dynamic and static experiments. Ru particle dispersions as a function of metal loading were determined by HR-TEM and volumetric chemisorption experiments. Vulcan was more accommodating for spillover hydrogen than SiO2. High Ru dispersions, i.e., small particle sizes, favored the amount of hydrogen spillover to Vulcan, as revealed by temperature programmed desorption...
Fundamentals of architectural design comparison to filmmaking
Çetin, Hasan Okan; Aytaç Dural, Tuğyan; Department of Architecture (2006)
The relation between architecture and cinema has begun with the first steps of the technology of moving images at the beginning of the 20th century and it has continued progressively until now by importing various intellectual, representational, and practical devices from each other in order to reconfigure their own systems of knowledge. In this investigation, the fundamental elements of architectural design and principles of their organization are used in the field of cinema as a methodological tool to ana...
Basics of Linear Systems
Akhmet, Marat (2010-01-01)
Fundamentals of cancer treatment service design -considering the healing environment concept : a guideline proposal for Turkey
Cankurtaran, İlkay; Günel, Mehmet Halis; Department of Architecture (2020)
Cancer, the second leading cause of death both globally and in Turkey, has become a priority among today’s health problems. With the development of early diagnosis and modern treatment methods, designing appropriate and flexible healthcare facilities to integrate those achievements and ensure high quality treatment has become an essential design problem. Additionally, although there is a widespread belief that patients are uninterested in their surroundings due to the gravity of their illnesses, a considera...
Citation Formats
V. N. Hasırcı and N. Hasırcı, Fundamentals of Biomaterials. 2018.