Alkil halojen bileşiklerinin ışınlandırma kimyası "Geçiş radikallerinin parçalanma mekanizmalarının saptanması"

Balkaş, Turgay İ.
Söylemez, Mehmet Turan
Salih, İlkay M.


Effect of alkalinity on flotation behavior of quartz
Sayılgan, Aslı Halime; Arol, Ali İhsan; Department of Mining Engineering (2003)
Carbonates are always present in natural waters, thus in the process waters in flotation. When CO2 dissolves in water it forms a weak acid. This acid and its salts in solution constitutes the carbonic system. The pH of natural waters on land is controlled mainly by this system. Alkalinity is the capacity of a water to neutralize strong acids. In natural waters, this capacity is attributable to bases such as HCO3, CO3" and OH" as well as to species often present in small concentrations such as silicates, bor...
Utilization of fly ash-portland cement binary systems to control alkali-silica reaction
Çelen, Ahmet Ziya; Akgül, Çağla Meral.; Department of Civil Engineering (2019)
The highly alkaline pore solution of the portland cement concrete is not an ideal environment for certain reactive aggregates with poorly-crystalline or amorphous silica phases. In this environment, these aggregates partially or completely disintegrate resulting in formation of a hydrophilic, amorphous gel mainly composed of alkalis and water from the pore solution of the hydrated cement matrix and silica from the aggregates. The newly formed alkali-silica reaction (ASR) gel can expand by absorbing huge amo...
Carbon monoxide oxidation under oxidizing and reducing conditions with alkali-metal and palladium doped tin dioxide
Mirkelamoğlu, Burcu; Karakaş, Gürkan; Department of Chemical Engineering (2006)
The investigation of CO oxidation with supported noble metal catalysts to develop a fundamental understanding of the nature of the active sites, adsorbate-surface interactions, surface reaction pathways and the role of promoters is of prime importance for development of highly active and selective catalyst formulations for low temperature oxidation of carbon monoxide. Low temperature CO oxidation catalysts find applications in monitoring and elimination of CO in chemical process exhaust gases, in on-board c...
Combination of alkaline solubilization with microwave digestion as a sludge disintegration method: effect on gas production and quantity and dewaterability of anaerobically digested sludge
Doğan, Ilgın; Sanin, Faika Dilek; Department of Environmental Engineering (2008)
The significant increase in the sewage sludge production in treatment plants makes anaerobic digestion more important as a stabilization process. However hydrolysis is the rate-limiting step of anaerobic digestion because of the semirigid structure of the microbial cells. Pretreatment of waste activated sludge (WAS) leads to disruption of cell walls and release of extracellular and intracellular materials. Therefore biodegradability of sludge will be improved in terms of more biogas production and sludge mi...
Effect of alkali-silica reaction expansion on mechanical properties of concrete
Hafçı, Alkan; Turanlı, Lütfullah; Department of Civil Engineering (2013)
Alkali-silica reaction (ASR) is a chemical deterioration process which arises in concrete due to reactive aggregate from its constituent, sufficient alkalis from cement or external resources and humidity about 85%. ASR gel, formed by the reaction, absorbs water and expands so that it causes expansion and cracking in concrete. ASR has detrimental effects on mechanical properties of concrete. Therefore, ASR which is a long and a constantly progressive reaction may become a threat to the safety of concrete str...
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T. İ. Balkaş, M. T. Söylemez, and İ. M. Salih, “Alkil halojen bileşiklerinin ışınlandırma kimyası “Geçiş radikallerinin parçalanma mekanizmalarının saptanması”,” 1976. Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: