2011, volume:5 issue:3


STUDY THE ROLE OF PLASMIDS OF SOME BACTERIAL ISOLATES TO SOME ANTIBIOTICS.

LAITH M. NAJEEB

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

Thes study involved bacterial curing plasmids of four isolates, three isolates belonging to the genus E.coli with local numbers 1, 2 and one to Klebsiella pneumonia and isolation Raoultcella planticola (Klebsiella planticola) . the study includ test the role of these plasmids in the response of isolates to various antibiotics and to achieve the grown isolates at differant temperatures different incubation periods until killing ratio of 95% these bacteria scrubbed isolates remaining, then the use of technology DNA Electrophoresis was detected diffraction plasmids compared with the original; way drive tested the sensitivity of the original isolates and neutralized to various antibiotics neutralized isolates appeared more sensitive to antibiotics, especially towards Relenza Rifampin (RA) and Tobramycin (TOB), where isolates curing emerged of the type E. coli with local numbers 1.2 sensitive to inhibition at 8, 8.3 mm, respectively, with the number 3 is sensitive to anti-RA inhibition rate of 9 mm, while the original isolates were not sensitive to these antibiotics.

Synthesis of New Diazahomoadamantanone and Study the Reactivity of Carbonyl group

Ahmad H. Shukkur m, Serova T. M --- Kuznetsov A.

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

In this paper, new diazahomoadamantane was prepared by condensation of cyclic ketone (cyclododecanone) with 1,3,6,8-tetraazatricyclo[4.4.1.13,8]dodecane and acetic acid in 2-propanol gave new diazahomoadamantanone (13,16-diazatetracyclo-[9.6.1.11,13.111,16]eicosan-18-one) by Mannich,s reaction. Also were studied the reactivity of carbonyl group with various chemical agents like ( NaBH4 , H2N-NH2.H2O and NH2-OH.HCl). A simplified procedure was developed for the synthesis of 1,3,6,8-tetraazatricyclo [4.4.1.13,8]dodecane from condensation of ethane-1,2-diamine with paraform (Type A) in a very good yield. This new compound was characterized by FT-IR, Mass spectrum, 1H NMR and 13C NMR spectroscopy methods

Spectrophotometric Assay of Lead in Human Hair Samples by using alizarin red (S) in Samarra area

Khalaf Faris Alsamarrai

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

A new spectrophotometric method for determination of lead in human hair samples was developed. The method is based on the reaction of lead(II) with alizarin red(S) in basic medium to form a pink red water soluble complex which gave a maximum absorbance at 518 nm. The optimum conditions (effect of Nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide pH of medium, time effect, heating effect and reagent concentration) were investigated. The method obeyed to beer’s law over the concentrations range 1.50 ppm -9.00 ppm with molar absorptivity = 32522.96 l.mol-1.cm-1 and Sandell index 0.0064?g.cm-2. It was applied successfully to determination of lead in pure and human hair samples with high sensitivity and good validity.

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SOME HEMOGLOBIN DERIVATIVES OF HEMOCHROMATOASIS PATIENTS AND DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS

MUTHANA M. AWAD , --- MANAL H. JASIM

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The present study has been carried out on 150 samples of blood. They were all males with ages ranging from 20 to 65 years. The samples were collected from the Blood Bank in Ramadi and Al- Ramadi General Hospital for the period extending from November, 2010 to May, 2011. They were distributed into three groups (60 patients with haemochromatosis , 60 patients with diabetes and the control group comprising 30 samples) to study has attempted to identify some hemoglobin derivatives in these patients and compare them, in terms of kinds, concentrations and relation, with patients with diabetes mellitus (type two) and the control group. Results of studying there were significant differences in some of hemoglobin derivatives in patients with haemochromatosis and those with diabetes, the factors influencing the spared of haemochromatosis had indicated that there is a strong relationship between this disease and many factors, the most important of which are ; * Smoking : It had the greatest effect in increasing hemoglobin derivatives (methaemoglobin and Carboxyhemoglobin) * Profession : It had a significant effect on the values of some of the hemoglobin derivatives (oxyhemoglobin 65

EFFECT OF SOME HEAVY METALS ON GROWTH OF WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)

IBRAHIM OMAR SAEED

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

This study was conducted in the green house in Tikrit university/ College of science / Dept. of biology to find out the effect of some heavy metals (Zn, Pb and Cd) on the growth of Triticum aestivum L. . Different levels of these metals were studied to investigate their effect on the vegetative characteristics of the plant.The results showed that the vegetative characters of Triticum aestivum L. were decreased significantly when grew on heavy metal polluted soil. This decrease worked along with the increasing of the rate of heavy metals tested. results also showed that the highest values of uptaking by the vegetative parts were 55.41, 6.08 and 99.21 ?gm/gm dry weight and they were 73.51, 8.77 and 124.33 ?gm/gm dry weight for Pb, Cd and Zn respectively. The bioaccumulation for Zinc had the highest values among the three metals tested. In this respect, the root of this plant was more effective than other vegetative parts tested.

Spectrophotometric Assay of Noradrenaline in Pharmaceutical Formulation with Quinalizarin in Aqueous Solution

Thabit S. Al-Ghabsha , --- Amal M. Saeed

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

A simple, rapid and sensitive spectrophotometric method for the determination of noradrenaline was developed. The method is based on the proton transfer reaction with quinalizarin in aqueous neutral solution to form a violet product showing maximum absorbance at 560 nm with molar absorptivity of 6680 l.mol-1.cm-1. The method follows Beer’s law over the concentration range (5.91×10-6 -5.91×10-5) mol.L-1 The accuracy (average recovery) of the method is 99.72% and the precision (RSD) of the method is less than 1.5%.The method was successfully applied for the determination of noradrenaline in pharmaceutical formulation as injection and the results were in a good agreement with the standard addition procedure.

STUDYING OF LIPID PEROXIDATION , LIPID PROFILE AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS INDEX LEVELS IN SMOKER IN RAMADI CITY .

ZAMAN N. HAMEED , RASHED M. RASHEED --- HAMIID H.

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The Study was carried out on a sample consisting of (60) persons ; (40) of them are smokers and (20) are non-smokers which considered as control group . It tries to explore the effect of smoking on the level of lipid per oxidation through determining MDA in the serum . Also , the effect of smoking on the lipid profile in serum and the possibility that smokers might be infected with atherosclerosis were study by determining Atherosclerosis index in the study sample . Results have shown a significant increase in the level of lipid per oxidation MDA (4.2?mol/L) in smokers in comparison with the non-smokers (2.1?mol/L) at p<0.05 .They have indicated , moreover , a significant increase of both cholesterol , triglyceride , low density lipoprotein LDL and very low density lipoprotein VLDL in smoker which were (278mg/100ml) , ( 170 mg/100ml) , ( 204 mg/100ml) ,and (34 mg/100ml) respectively in comparison with the non-smoker which were (193 mg/100ml) , (114 mg/100ml) , ( 114 mg/100ml) and (22 mg/100ml) respectively of p<0.05 . On the other hand there has been a significant decrease of high density lipoprotein HDL in smoker (36 mg/100ml) in comparison with the non-smoker (57 mg/100ml) at p<0.05 . When observing the result of atherosclerosis index we found that it significantly increase in smokers (7.7) in comparison with non-smoker (3.3) at p<0.05 .

Annealing Effect on the Optical Properties of Sb2S3 Thin Films

Sami Salman Chiad , Nadir Fadhil Habubi --- Abdul

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

Sb2S3 thin films have been prepared using chemical bath deposition .these films were annealed for different temperatures 373, 473 k. Absorbance and transmittance spectra were recorded in the wavelength range (300- 900) nm. the nature of electronic transitions was determined, it was found that these films have direct allowed transition with an optical energy gap of 1.72, 1.76, 1.82 eV before and after annealing respectively. the extinction coefficient, refractive index, real and imaginary part of dielectric constant were also measured before and after annealing. 373 .

Effect of Water Absorption on Hardness Property for Epoxy Reinforced by Glass Fibers

Faik H. Anter , --- Hind Salah Hasan

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

This research includes studying the effect of water absorption on hardness properties for Epoxy reinforced with glass fibers .Composite materials prepared from the Epoxy resin as matrix reinforced by E-glass fibers [0 - 90o Woven Roving and Random ] with volume fraction 25%.The shore D hardness of all samples investigated before and after immersion in water at room temperature . Results of the work show that the value of hardness which done at room temperature decreases with increasing the time of immersion in water . The weight of absorbed water increases with increasing the time of immersion in water specially in the first week .The quantity of absorbed water decreases or increases also according to kind and number of reinforcing layers of glass fiber

EFFECT OF SOME SELECTED DRUGS (PYREMETHAMIN,CLARITHROMYCIN, SPIRAMYCIN AND IVERMECTIN )ON EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENT OF TOXOPLASMOSIS CREATED IN MICE

ABEER A.ALI, HUSSAIN S. ASWED--- SHEHAB A.MOHHAM

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

In the present study, Toxoplasma gondiiwas isolated and diagnosed from human as first attempt, and then the infection was created in laboratory mice as an essential step for growing the parasite. The second step was studying the effect of some selected drugs on the experimental treatment for disease of toxoplasmosis created in the mice. The drugs are: Pyrimethamin ,Clarithromycin , Spiramycin, Ivermectin .The results of the study showed the effects of these drugs on the tissue cyst formed in the brain and lungs. The number of tissue cysts in the brain of the mouse treated with pyrimethamin was 14.8 ±1.067 after 28 days. Significant differences appeared when this result compared with the control group in which it was 27.4±1.029.The number of tissue cysts formed in lung, tissue in the mouse treated with the same drug after the same period of the time was 6.2±0.583.This showed a significant differences as compared with the control group in which it was 10.2±0.583.No significant differences appeared between both groups as for the treatment by Clarithromycin antibiotic as far as the number of the tissue cysts formed in the brain after 28 days is concerned. The number was 23.8 ±0.86 as compared with the control group 38.6±1.029.The same compared is true of the lungs, tissue. The number of the tissue cysts was 23.8±0.86 as compared with the control group 28.4±1.805.Concerning the antibiotic Spiramycin ,the results showed the effectiveness of it in decreasing the tissue cysts formed in the brain .The significant differences were (p<0.05),the rate of the cysts was 9.6±0.6 as compared with the control group in which it was 22.8±1.067.The same effectiveness appeared on the lungs, tissue as the rate of tissue cysts after 28 days of treatment was 4.6±0.509 as compared with the control group in which was 17±1.14 and the significant differences were (p=0.000).The Ivermectin drug showed a great effectiveness in minimizing the number of the tissue cysts formed in the brain and the lungs. The numbers of the tissue cysts formed after 28 days were 3.2±0.374 and 1±0.316 respectively; significant differences are observed when these numbers are compared with the numbers of the control group which were 22±1.843 and 19.4±1.435. Thus, the use of Ivermectin drug is considered as a pioneer and fruitful study since this drug has not been used for the treatment of Toxoplasmosis.

Measurement and analysis of noise pollution in Al-shaheed Copper and Brass factories, Iraq.

Anmar D. Kusag, Salam K. Mousa--- Ismaeel A. Hirr

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

Industry workers suffer psychological and physical stress as well as hearing loss due to industrial noise. Although noise source control can be profound process sometimes, it would be the most effective way to eliminate noise level on source. Therefore, identifying dominant source of noise shall be the first step to overcome the noise problem in industry. This paper presents the noise pollution in Al-shaheed Copper and Brass factories in Iraq at 33°06?04? longitude and 43°48?50? altitude. The factories are staffed by 1700 workers for 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. This study depended on the maximum permissible occupational noise exposure limit of International Standards Organization (ISO) and Occupational Safety Health Act (OSHA) as a comparison reference. And proved that the half of the work sites in factories where unacceptable noise levels and all sites of comfort workers exceeded the limit of acceptable noise and the study also proved that the administration building factories sites within the levels of the noise surveys and administrative staff in safety from the impact of noise in factories. Also the Noise pollution has no effect on residential areas near the factories.

SOME PROPERTIES OF HALL SUBGROUP

Muthana Abdul-Wahed Mahmoud

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

In the present paper , the order and index of the normal abelian Hall subgroups have been studied through using of some functions defined on group rings . Also , some properties of homomorphism have been studied .

THE EFFICIENCY OF CRUDE EXTRACT FOR LOCAL PLANTAGO OVATE IN BLOOD COAGULATION

S. H. AHMED, N. H. MOHAMMAD--- J. A. OBAID

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

This study was performed on the seed of the local plant plantago ovata which grow naturally in Iraq . Water and ethanolic extract of this seed are prepared. Two groups of laboratory mice are used in addition to another as control. The laboratory tests are done on blood samples from these mice , included calculate the time of brothrombin , coagulation and platelet count using different concentration of both water and ethanolic extracts of this plant. The results revealed the water extract of (20 and 30) mg/ml caused a decrease in clotting time. Also the low concentration of crude extracts (water and ethanolic) were very efficient to decrease in clotting time, and increase platelet count . Key words: Plantago ovate, plantago ovata

DCT Image Compression by Run-Length and Shift Coding Techniques.

Bilal Kamal Ahmed

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The mathematical concept of a DCT transform is a powerful tool in many areas; it is also, served as an approach in image processing discipline. In this work an image is processed as three color channel. The correlated pixels values of an image can be transformed to a representation where its coefficients are de-correlated. The term "decorrelated" means that the transformed values are independent of one another. As a result, they can be encoded independently, which make it simpler to construct a statistical model. Correlated values are coded with run-length coding techniques while shift coding used to decode the DC term and the other five lifting values. In this work, we suggest to save the first five values from every block to keep it back without any significant errors.The obtained bit rates was extended to be within range (11.4 , 2.6), compression ratio (2.76 , 13.34 )the values of the fiedility parameters (PSNR) was within the range (31.61 , 46.21) for the lena test image in both sizes (128×128 and 256×256), and PSNR was calculated as average for the three color channels, red, green

PHOTO – THERMAL ELECTRONIC TRANSITION FOR IRON ( II ) DITHIOLATE COMPLEXES

ISMAIL K. AL-KHATEEB, AYAD H. JASSIM--- KAISS R.

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The dithionate complexes of Bis(dithiobenzoato) iron(II) , Bis(3-chlorodithiobenzoate) iron(II) and Bis(dithiosalicylate) iron (II) were synthesized. The thermal and photo transitions of complexes were identified by using techniques of UV- Visible and IR spectrophotometers. The results showed that the transition rate constant increased with elevation of temperature. Meanwhile, the iron complexes were highly affected by light and the degradation elevated much more at sunlight compared to that of daylight. The use of irradiation at 253.7 nm ( 7.83x10-19 J ) showed less significant effect for transition changes compared to that of 356 nm (5.58x10-19 J ). These observations were confirmed by measuring absorption bands with UV- Visible and IR spectrophotometers besides the possible chemical identifications Bis(dithiosalicylate) iron (II) و Bis(3-chlorodithiobenzoate)iron(II) وBis(dithiobenzoato)iron(II)

Developed Protocol for Key Exchange Based on Irreducible Polynomial

Abdul Monem S. Rahma , Hussam J. Mohammad--- Raba

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The Aim of this paper is to design a protocol for key exchanging to work on the available computers for different data security application. This paper proposed idea to modify the Diffie-Hellman key exchange by using truncated polynomial instead of discrete logarithm problem to overcome the problem of large prime numbers and non-full coverage of the finite set. The proposed method depends on the arithmetic polynomials. The Irreducible truncated polynomial mathematics is highly efficient and compatible with personal computers.

EFFECT OF USING MNO2 AS ADSORBANT ON THE IONIZATION CONSTANT AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY FOR SOME ALIPHATIC CARBOXYLIC ACID CONTAINING BY HYDROXYL GROUP ON ?- POSITION

KHALEEL .I. AL-NIEMI , THUKA. ABD-ALGANE--- SAFWAN

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The effect of manganese dioxide as adsorbed substance on the electrical conductivity were studied. Also the ionization constant and degree of dissociation for cations and anions produced from ionization of glycolic , mandilic , benzilic acids.The data obtained reveal that three are clear influence of MnO2 on the behaviour of electrical properties of acidic solution ,which may give information to clarify the mechanisms of adsorption.

Effects of Parallel Processing Implementation on Balanced Load-Division Depending on Distributed Memory Systems

Subhi R. M. Zebari, --- Numan O. Yaseen

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

Complex problems need long time to be solved, with low efficiency and performance. Therefore, to overcome these drawbacks, the studies went toward the approaches of breaking the problem into independent parts, and treating each part individually in the way that each processing element can execute its part of the problem simultaneously with the others.Parallel processors are computer systems that consist of multiple processing units connected via some interconnection network and the software needed to make the processing units work together. Parallel processing is divided into three types; Shared, Distributed and Hybrid memory systems.In this paper, distributed memory systems addressed depending on client/servers principles, the network can contain any number of nodes; one of them is a client and the others are servers. The algorithms used here are capable of calculating the (Started, Terminated, Consumed -CPU and Total Execution- times and CPU usage) of servers and the Client's -CPU and total execution- times. This work addresses an improved approach for problem subdivision in balanced form and design flexible algorithms to communicate efficiently between client-side and servers-side in the way to overcome the problems of hardware networking components and message passing problems. We addressed Matrix-Algebra case-study to display the effect of balance loaddivision for this approach. The obtained results are checked and monitored by special programming-checkingsubroutines through many testing-iterations and proved a high degree of accuracy. All of these algorithms implemented using Java Language

Effects of Parallel Processing Implementation on Balanced Load-Division Depending on Distributed Memory Systems

Subhi R. M. Zebari, --- Numan O. Yaseen

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

Complex problems need long time to be solved, with low efficiency and performance. Therefore, to overcome these drawbacks, the studies went toward the approaches of breaking the problem into independent parts, and treating each part individually in the way that each processing element can execute its part of the problem simultaneously with the others.Parallel processors are computer systems that consist of multiple processing units connected via some interconnection network and the software needed to make the processing units work together. Parallel processing is divided into three types; Shared, Distributed and Hybrid memory systems.In this paper, distributed memory systems addressed depending on client/servers principles, the network can contain any number of nodes; one of them is a client and the others are servers. The algorithms used here are capable of calculating the (Started, Terminated, Consumed -CPU and Total Execution- times and CPU usage) of servers and the Client's -CPU and total execution- times. This work addresses an improved approach for problem subdivision in balanced form and design flexible algorithms to communicate efficiently between client-side and servers-side in the way to overcome the problems of hardware networking components and message passing problems. We addressed Matrix-Algebra case-study to display the effect of balance loaddivision for this approach. The obtained results are checked and monitored by special programming-checkingsubroutines through many testing-iterations and proved a high degree of accuracy. All of these algorithms implemented using Java Language

A Proposed Algorithm for Solving Rubiks Cube Problem by Computer

Isra Natheer Alkallak

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

This paper tackled recruitment of computer to solve Rubik's cube ?×?×? through a proposed algorithm generate 4 steps (movements) for each face of Rubik's cube's faces resulting from moving second row and second column of center of each face from six faces in original states (configuration) of cube, which represents the row and the column center of each face of the six sides of a cube, which is the color of the face itself. Represent the twentyfour movement generated in the algorithm proposed most of probability positions in correct positions completely to assign correct color of nine cubies for each face of the six sides of a cube and then a solution cube as a whole to make every face of the six of Rubik's cube covered in one color (red, white, blue, orange, green, yellow), and without violating center position ones in original faces (configuration) in Rubik's cube. The experimental results in this paper show a flexible easy to solve the Rubik's cube ?×?×? to manage without manual dull method (mechanical methods), as well as reducing the search space, which has a huge amount of solutions. A program is written in MATLAB 6.5 language to simulate the proposed algorithm to solve the Rubik's cube

PREPARATION OF POLY (HYDROXAMIC ACID )FROM POLY (METHYLMETHACRYLATE – CO-METHYLACRYLATE ) AND STUDING OF ADSORPTION CAPACITY FOR( FE3+ ) AND (CU2+ ).

SADDA ABD ABDULLAH

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The aim of this research is the preparation of Poly (Methyl methacrylate –co- Methylacrylate) by a free radical initiating process for co-polymerization between methylmethacrylate and methyacrylate with amixing ratio (1:1), using benzoyl peroxide as an intiator at (70°C ) and(10%) ratio of conversion. Conversion of the ester group of the (CPMMA-MA) in to Hydroxamicacid was carried out by treatment of (CPMMA-MA) with hydroxylaminehydrochloride in alkaline medium at (pH=13) using Sodium Hydroxide. The poly hydroxamic acid was identified by (FT-IR) spectroscopy. Adsorption Capacity (qe) of the metal ions (Fe3+ ) and (Cu2+ ) using (PHA) was determined . Also the study showed that there was an effect of initial (pH ) and temperature on the adsorption capacity of (Fe3+ ) and (Cu2+ ) . Langmuir and Freundlich equation models were used to describe the equilibrium Sorption Isotherms , using different concentrations solution of (Fe3+ ) and (Cu2+ ) at pH=4 and 25°c by poly hydroxamic acid

STUDY THE KINETIC OF THERMAL DEGRADATION AND POISONOUS EFFECT ON BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF NOGOZ PESTICIDE IN CONTROLLING OF APHIDS ON BEANS PLANT (FABA BEANS

SATTAR SALIM IBRAHIM

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

The kinetic of thermal degradation study was performed on Nogoz pesticide to find out its effect on its biological activity in struggle against Aphids living on bean plant at various temperatures ( 278, 293, 313, and 333 Kelvin ) and various periods ( 1, 2, 4, 6 and 8 hours ) . The study involved the effect of that on the Bean production. It was concluded from this study that the exhibition of Nogoz pesticide to 600C has reduced its efficiency in its straggle to reduce its percentage from 23.6 to 9.8 on treatment at 00C. The results have illustrated that the quantity of production was raised to its maximum level (3151 kg/D) in treatment of Nogoz pesticide at 50C, while it was decrease to lower level ( 2880.8) on treatment at 600C. It was found in this study that the thermal degradation of Nogoz pesticide has increased in terms of liberated phosphor ions concentrations while PH values were decreased with increasing of period of temperature effects The kinetic study has clarified that the rate of reaction was of first order when Ln (P0/ Pt) was plotted against temperature periods which have indicated linear relation and the temperature has great effect on its value.

OXIDATION OF AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF BROMIDE USING H2O2 , UV AND PEROXONE

HANAN HASAN FALEEH

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

In this study , aqueous solutions of bromine were prepared with different concentration ranging from (0.025, 0.030, 0.035, 0.040, 0.045 to 0.050 N ) . At the beginning the oxidation was done using only Hydrogen peroxide then only ultraviolet radiation at 254nm wave length with different periods of time as for an interval of 10 minutes each hour. Consequently , the Oxidation was done by using hydroen peroxide with ultraviolet radiation at the same wave length and at periodic time .The final used method , peroxone which includes , ozone added to hydrogen peroxide at rate of 40 g/L to 70 g/L for ozone was full fitted . Finally the production of each method for all concentrations and period was titrated with 0.1 N Sodium Thiosulfat to determine the concentration of Ion bromate BrO- 3 The results show that the ratio of the transformed ion bromide to ion Bromate the highest using hydrogen peroxide with ultraviolet radiation . As such peroxone method and finally the method followed where Hydrogen peroxide was specifically used .

SYNTHESIS AND POLYMERIZATION OF SOME NEW IMIDES CONTAINING AZO GROUPS OF SULFA DRUGS .

NABEEL JAMAL AYED

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

In this work , the synthesis of " four " imides from dehydration of the corresponding amic acids . Sodium acetate – acetic anhydride mixture as dehydrating agent . Then addition azo group in the sulfa drug compounds to this imides resulted (16) new monomers . Free radical polymerization using AIBN initiator have done to all new obtained monomers containing azo – sulfa . The resulted (16) new polymers , were characterized with IR , softening points and intrinsic viscosities

THE EFFECT OF ANNEALING ON SOME OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF PURE AND DOPED CADMIUM OXIDE

ABDUL MAJEED E. IBRAHIM , -- SABRI J. MOHAMMED

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

In this reaserch the optical properties of pure and doped cadmium oxide thin films prepared by chemical spray pyrolysis method have been studied. The spectra of absorptance and transmittance for the prepared films in the range ( 330 – 900 nm) were measured, the thickness of prepared film was (6240 ?). It was found that, the value of absorption coefficient increases at (1.38-2.5) eV while decreased when the energy increased to (3.85 eV). It was found also that the energy gap value for prepared films for the allowed direct transitions, was (2.25 eV) while for doped films was 2.185 eV. The effect of annealing at (773 K) for one hour on the optical properties of the prepared films also have been done, it was found that the energy gap of pure films after annealing was (2.31 eV) and for the doped films by Cl was (2.20 eV).

THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RADIATION ABSORBED DOSE 0N THE SOME OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF CDS THIN FILMS.

ABDUL-MAJEED E. AL-SAMERRAI , ASMAA A.AZIZ, ---

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

In this research , the effect of absorbed doses to Gamma rays on some optical Properties for Cadimum Sulfide thin Film (CdS), that prepaired by chemical spry pyrolysis, was studied. This film was exposed to Cs137Source with energy( 662)Kev and activity (370)KBq and radiation absorbed dose (2, 4, 8, 16, 50, 250, 500) Gy and dose rate (222)Gy/min . The results shows that Gamma-rays have effects on (energy gap, absorption coefficient, reflectivity and extinction coefficient).The value was 2.4 eV before radiation and was decreased to (2.38, 2.36, 2.32, 2.32, 2.29 and 2.18)eV after radiation and exposed the film to different doses (2, 4, 8, 16, 50, 250 and 500) Gy respectively. Also the expose of CdS films to radiation doses lead to change curve behavior of curves of optical constants (absorption coefficient, reflectance and extinction coefficient) by increasing of these doses.

THE QUANTITATIVE STRUCTURAL ,QUALITATIVE AND ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF (BI2-YTLXBA2-YSRYCA2CU3O10+?) SUPERCONDUCTORS

AMIR SH. MAHMOOD

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science , volume:5 issue:3

This study included preparing samples of the compound (Bi2Ba2Ca2Cu3O10+?) by the reaction of the solid state under a hydrostatic pressure 8ton/cm2 and annealing temperature 850Co . These are the best circumstances to obtain samples of the mentioned superconductivity compound at high temperatures. The study demonstrated the X-rays diffraction for the compound (Bi2Ba2Ca2Cu3O10+? ) prepared at annealing temperature 850Co and pressure 9ton/cm2 . The study showed that it has Tetragonal type of crystal structure. At partial substitution for the component TL in Bi, and Sr component in Ba simultaneously, the compound becomes (Bi2-yTlxBa2- ySryCa2Cu3O10+?) with (X,Y) values equal to (X = 0.05, Y= 0.1, 0.2, 0.3). The study of the crystal structure test showed that the structure retains on the tetragonal type, and the critical temperature Tc steps-up from (132k) to (138k) at substitution rate (X= 0.05, Y= 0.1). But at increasing the substitution rate for (Y) and the stability of (X) rate more than (X= 0.05, Y= 0.1), the temperature declines to (125k). Finally, The crystal structure of the samples has been studies and tested by Scanning Electron Microscope; knowing the components' rates in the compound; how the annealing temperature and the imposed pressure affect the compound; how the compound partial substitution affect in the components; and specifying the quantitative and qualitative rates of the components in the compound