journal={International Journal of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine},
  • Published 1 December 2019
  • Physics
  • International Journal of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Potassium L-ascorbate monohydrate: a new metal–organic nonlinear optical crystal
Large size single crystals of potassium L-ascorbate monohydrate, KC 6 H 7 O 6 .H 2 O (KLAM), are grown using solution growth technique by lowering the temperature at the rate of 0.24 °C/h, where
Sorption and diffusion behavior of actinium(iii) ions in contact with hydroxyapatite as a transporter of medical radionuclides
The sorption of the actinium(iii) ions as 225,228Ac isotopes on hydroxyapatite (HAP) with various textures was studied. A “reverse” generator using an extraction chromatographic sorbent based on
Effect of diffusional bridging in multicapillary packing
The pressure drop required by available chromatography column packings constitutes an operational drawback. Some attempts to solve this problem have been directed toward the use of packings composed
Scintillation properties of crystals based on ternary bromides of calcium and alkali metals activated with europium
Single crystals of new scintillation materials ACaBr3:Eu2+ (A = K, Rb) were grown using the Bridgman–Stockbarger method. The luminescence spectra of RbCa1‐xEuxBr3 crystals include a single band with
Superconducting properties of saccharin-added bulk MgB2 superconductors
  • E. Yücel
  • Physics
    Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics
  • 2020
In this paper, saccharin was used as the carbon source for addition in bulk MgB2 superconductor. MgB2 samples were successfully prepared with saccharin and ethanol-processed boron using a wet-mixing
Spatial separation of 2-propanol monomer and its ionization-fragmentation pathways
Stokes-Einstein relation of the liquid metal rubidium and its relationship to changes in the microscopic dynamics with increasing temperature.
For liquid rubidium the Stokes-Einstein (SE) relation is well fulfilled near the melting point with an effective hydrodynamic diameter, which agrees well with a value from structural investigations.
Ultrahigh-Pressure Magnesium Hydrosilicates as Reservoirs of Water in Early Earth.
The origin of water on the Earth is a long-standing mystery, requiring a comprehensive search for hydrous compounds, stable at conditions of the deep Earth and made of Earth-abundant elements.
Homogeneous batch micro-crystallization of proteins from ammonium sulfate.
Working with three different enzymes, the precipitating properties of ammonium sulfate were exploited to quickly transition from known vapour-diffusion conditions to reproducible, large-scale batch crystallization, circumventing the tedious determination of phase diagrams.