Abdulmuttalib Jaber

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  • A. Jaber, L. El-Guebaly, L. Mynsberge
  • 2012
Accurate neutronic characterizations of fusion power plant designs are essential in determining their operational parameters. The neutron wall loading (NWL), tritium breeding ratio (TBR), and nuclear heating distribution are parameters that must be determined for adequate shielding and protection and fuel self-sustainability of a fusion power plant. After(More)
Murine monoclonal antibodies (MoAbs) were produced against the blood group KEL1 glycoprotein (93 kD component) immunopurified from human erythrocytes. One monoclonal antibody, 5A11 (IgGa, kappa), detects by immunoblotting a 93 and 184 kD component from KEL: 1,-2 or KEL: -1,2 red cell membrane preparations, separated by SDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis(More)
The method developed in this study utilizes the SIA technique with spectrophotometric detection. Potassium permanganate is used as an oxidant in slightly acidic medium of 6.0 x 10 mol L sulfuric acid and the oxidized form of the drug is monitored spectrophotometrically at a wavelength of 450 nm for quantitative determination. The method has been validated(More)
There is a considerable interest in low activation and high heat resistant materials for fusion applications. Tungsten (W) would fulfill these requirements for plasma facing components of future fusion power plants. A novel method developed by SNL to enhance the thermal and dimensional stability of W requires depositing materials such as Re and Mo as a thin(More)
  • L. Mynsberge, A. Jaber, L. El-Guebaly
  • 2012
The ARIES team has just completed the detailed design of ARIES-ACT-1 with aggressive physics and advanced SiC technology. Accurate neutronic characterizations of ARIES-ACT-1 are essential in determining its operational nuclear parameters. The neutron wall loading (NWL), tritium breeding ratio (TBR), and nuclear heating distribution are parameters that must(More)
A human monoclonal anti-Kell (K1) antibody secreted by an Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-transformed B-cell line was used for binding studies and immunopurification of the K1 blood group antigen. The 125I-labeled antibody bound to 4 to 5 x 10(3) and 2.5 to 3 x 10(3) antigenic sites on K1K1 and K1K2 erythrocytes, respectively, with an affinity constant of 5 x(More)
Material response to neutron irradiation is a crucial aspect that must be studied in the design of a nuclear system. Neutrons can interact with various isotopes within a material and activate a stable, nonradioactive isotope into a radioactive isotope. Characteristics of the radioisotopes such as half-life, mode of decay, and decay energy will influence the(More)
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