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The Amalgam spaces W(Lp(x),{pn} ) and boundedness of hardy–littlewood maximal operators
(Springer, 2015)Let Lq(x)(R)Lq(x)(R) be variable exponent Lebesgue space and l{qn}l{qn} be discrete analog of this space. In this work we define the amalgam spaces W(L p(x),L q(x)) and W(Lp(x),l{qn})W(Lp(x),l{qn}), and discuss some basic ... 
Analysis of the thermal expansivity near the tricritical point in dilute chromium alloys
(American Institute of Physics, 2016)Chromium (Cr) undergoes a first order Neel transition as an antiferromagnetic material. When V, Mo and Mn atoms are substituted in the Cr lattice, a weak first order Neel transition in pure Cr changes toward a second order ... 
Analysis of vibrational spectra in relation to the thermodynamic quantities close to the phase transitions in ammonium halides (NH4F and NH4I)
(Elsevier, 2017)The pressure dependences of the vibrational frequencies of the TO and L modes are analyzed from the literature data and the thermodynamic quantities such as isothermal compressibility K gamma, thermal expansion alpha p and ... 
Automorphisms of aut(A),A a free abelian group
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)We prove that all automorphisms of the automorphism group of an infinitely generated free abelian group are inner. 
Bilinear multipliers of weighted Wiener amalgam spaces and variable exponent Wiener amalgam spaces
(Springer, 2014)Let ?1, ?2 be slowly increasing weight functions, and let ?3 be any weight function on Rn. Assume that m(? ,?) is a bounded, measurable function on Rn × Rn. We define Bm(f, g)(x) = Rn Rnˆ f(? )gˆ(?)m(? ,?)e2?i?+?,x d? d? ... 
Calculation of the CPCV as a function of temperature close to the melting point in benzene
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)The temperature dependence of the CP  CV is calculated at constant pressures using the observed volume data from the literature for solid and liquid benzene near the melting point. Our calculated values are compared ... 
Calculation of the Raman frequencies as a function of pressure in the solid phases II and III (III’) of benzene
(Springer, 2013)We calculate here the Raman frequencies of the lattice modes A(Ag), B(B2g) and C(B1gB3g) as a function of pressure at room temperature for the solid phases (II, III and III’) of benzene. This calculation is performed using ... 
Calculation of the Raman frequencies as a function of temperature in phase I of benzene
(Journal of Indian Chemical Society, 2013)This study gives our calculation of the Raman frequencies of the lattice modes A (A1g), B (AgB2g) and C (B1gB3g) as a function of temperature at constant pressures of 0, 1.4 and 3.05 GPa for the solid phase I of benzene. ... 
Calculation of the Raman frequency shifts for the ? phase of solid oxygen
(Elsevier, 2017)We calculate in this study the Raman frequencies of the two librons and one vibron at various pressures at constant temperatures of 10 K and also at the temperatures of 6 and 18 K by using the volume data from the literature ... 
Calculation of the softmode frequency for the alpha – beta transition in quartz
(Elsevier, 2016)The ? – ß structural transition occurs in quartz at TC = 846 K. The frequency of the soft mode associated with the volume increase, decreases with increasing temperature as the transition temperature is approached. In this ... 
Calculation of the spontaneous polarization for Pb1xCaxTiO3 close to the tricritical point
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)We calculate the spontaneous polarization as a function of temperature for a mixed crystal of Pb1xCaxTiO3 close to the tricritical pointdx (x = 0.4). This calculation of the spontaneous polarization is performed using the ... 
Calculation of the thermodynamic quantities from the Raman frequency shifts and the Pippard relations for the alpha, alpha and alpha ' phases of oxygen
(Elsevier, 2018)Thermodynamic quantities such as the isothermal compressibility, thermal expansion and the difference in the specific heat are calculated as a function of pressure (T=10 K) for the alpha,alpha and alpha ' phases of oxygen ... 
Calculation of the thermodynamic quantities of perovskite metal organics DMAKCr and perovskite HyFe close to the weakly firstorder relaxorlike structural transformation using the mean field theory
(World Scientific Pub., 20190430)Weakly firstorder or nearly secondorder phase transitions occurring in metal{organic frameworks (MOFs), particularly in DMAKCr and perovskite HyFe, are studied under the mean field model by using the observed data from ... 
Dielectronic recombination in helike, lilike and belike ıodine and KLM resonances
(IOP Publishing, 2012) 
Diferansiyel denklemler
(Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakfı Üniversitesi, 2012) 
Highorder harmonic generation from confined Rydberg atoms
(IOP Publishing, 2015)We report results from our simulations of High Harmonic Generation (HHG) from a confined atom in a Rydberg state. We find that for the n = 2 excited state of H the cutoff of the harmonic spectrum is substantially extended ... 
Highorder harmonic generation from Rydberg states at fixed Keldysh parameter
(Institute for Scientific Information, 2013)Because the commonly adopted viewpoint that the Keldysh parameter ? determines the dynamical regime in strong field physics has long been demonstrated to be misleading, one can ask what happens as relevant physical parameters, ... 
Inclusions and Noninclusions of Spaces of Multipliers of Some Wiener Amalgam Spaces
(Inst Math & Mechanics, 2019)The main purpose of this paper is to study inclusions and noninclusions among the spaces of multipliers of the Wiener amalgam spaces. M. G. Cowling and J. J. F. Fournier in [5], L. Hormander in [22] and G. I. Gaudry in ... 
Inclusions and the approximate identities of the generalized grand Lebesgue spaces
(TUBITAK, 2018)Let (Omega, Sigma, mu) and (Omega, Sigma, upsilon) be two finite measure spaces and let Lp(),theta )(mu) and Lq),Ltheta (upsilon) be two generalized grand Lebesgue spaces [9,10] , where 1 < p, q < infinity and theta >= ... 
Modelling of swelling by the fluorescence technique in kappa carrageenan gels
(American Institute of PhysicsAIP Conference Proceedings, 2011)Kappa () carrageenan gels prepared with various carrageenan concentrations in pure water were completely dried and then swelled in water vapor. Steady state fluorescence measurements were performed using a spectrometer ...