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  • Study on cross section calculations for (n,p) nuclear reactions of cadmium isotopes. [Journal Article]
    Appl Radiat Isot 2019; 154:108868Yiğit M, Bostan SN
  • A theoretical study of the cross sections of (n,p)reactions on Cadmium isotopes has been performed using the Hauser-Feshbach model, Weisskopf-Ewing model, Exciton model, Two-component exciton model and Geometry dependent hybrid model for the incident energies from the reaction threshold to 20MeV. Furthermore, the empirical formulae based on the different systematics at the energies near 14.5MeV w…
  • Novel nanostructured iron oxide cryogels for arsenic (As(III)) removal. [Journal Article]
    J Hazard Mater 2019; 381:120996Otero-González L, Mikhalovsky SV, … Savina IN
  • Novel macroporous iron oxide nanocomposite cryogels were synthesized and assessed as arsenite (As(III)) adsorbents. The two-step synthesis method, by which a porous nanonetwork of iron oxide is firstly formed, allowed a homogeneous dispersion of the iron oxide in the cryogel reaction mixture, regardless of the nature of the co-polymer forming the cryogel structure. The cryogels showed excellent m…
  • Macroscopic road safety impacts of public transport: A case study of Melbourne, Australia. [Journal Article]
    Accid Anal Prev 2019; 132:105270Truong LT, Currie G
  • Mode shift from private vehicle to public transport is often considered as a potential means of improving road safety, given public transport's lower fatality rates. However, little research has examined how public transport travel contributes to road safety at a macroscopic level. Further, there is a limited understanding of the individual effects of different public transport modes. This paper …
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