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Volume 4, Issue 2

Volume 4, Issue 2, Summer and Autumn 2010, Page 1-104


PHYSIOLOGICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL EFFECT OF LEAD ACETATE IN KIDNEY OF MALE MICEMus musculus.

Sulaf Mustafa Mohammed

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 1-7

Abstract : Human exposure to lead continues to be a serious public health problem, because lead can cause renal disease and the kidney has the highest concentrations among the soft tissues. Exposure to lead is associated with adverse effects on renal function in laboratory animals and man. An experiment was conducted to study the effect of oral feeding of lead acetate on kidney by estimation the levels of uric acid, urea and creatinine in the serum of mice and the histological parameters of kidney in three different durations. Mice were treated with 0.4 mg/100 ml lead acetate (LA) for 10 days (group A) and for 20 days (group B) and for 30 days (group C).levels of urea in the serum of group A, B, and C increased significantly comparing with the control group, also there was significant differences between group A and group B and between group A and group C, but there was no significant differences between Group B and group C. Level of serum uric acid in groups A, B, C increased significantly comparing with the control group but there was no significant differences among treated group.Serum creatinine levels in group A increased none significantly comparing with the control group. While increased significantly in both of group B and group C, there was significant differences between group A and group C, but there was no significant differences between group A and group B.Kidney sections in group A characterized by foci of congestion and heamorrhage.Glomerular swelling revealed in the kidneys of group B, but the kidney of group C revealed vasculitis, heamorrhage and early hyalinization, normal gromeruli appear in all treated groups.

ISOLATION OF IDENTIFICATION OF KLIBSILLA OXYTOCA FROM RAMADI SOIL AND DETERMINE ITS ABILITY TO NITROGEN FERTILIZER RECOMMENDED FOR COWPEA PLANT

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 1-12

:The present study sheds light on knowing the spread of klibsilla oxytoca Bacteria in
(100) soil sample taken from the regions of AL-Jazeera ,AL-Taameem, AL-Khaldiya , AL-Sufiya and
AL-Habbaniya .The ratio of the existence of these Bacteria ranges between 12-88% . The results
indicate that all samples contain klibsilla oxytoca Bacteria ;and (36) isolate has been obtained form
these Bacteria . The study also includes the evaluation of the effeiency of isolates in foxing Nitrogen .It
is appeared that the highest quantity of foxing Nitrogen reaches at (1.3) mlg Nitrogen / 100 ml . by
local isolation klibsilla oxytoca J3 .When studying the effect of different concentrations of NP and
Urea fertilizers on the growth of isolate in the solid and liquid cultures from the vrem point of colonies
diameters and numerical density, the result show the ability of this isolate on the growth at the addition
of a quarterly concentration (83 and3.2) per million to NP fertilizer and Urea fertilizer respectively . the
diameter .Colonies that grow in the solid culture is ( 2,2,5,3,2,3,4,4,and 3) ml ,respect rely ,during the
periods g incubation (144,120,96,72,48,and 24)hour . While the nureoced density reaches at
(9.21,9.23,8.98,8.74,7.93,6.98)Log/ml .The results eg .Biology experiment proved the efficiency of this
isolate in foxing Nitrogen . Appeared in all the features g plant , (plant weight ,plant length , plant
content of nitrogen and chlorophyll ) ,that are studded in the treatment in which isolate mixture is used
with quarter of concentration (3.2, 83) per million to NP fertilizer and Urea fertilizer respectively . The
results state that the mixture of isolate with a quarter of recommendation is able to foxing Nitrogen at a
rate of 4.43 mlg Nitrogen / plant . while the soil content of total Nitrogen is 120.63 mlg/kg and the 8.09
microbial density Log/g soil . It is found that the best rote to these plant ,in this treatment reaches (20 ,
74 )in the plant bight and rote con respectively and the dry weight reaches at ( 178 ,16.2 ) mg /plant

Modification of the three-dimensional method for the detection of AmpC β-lactamase in Enterobacter spp. and Escherichia coli

Sirwa Mustafa mohammed

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 8-12

Laboratory failure in the detection of Ambler class C (AmpC) β-lactamases in Gram negative bacteria
represents a major cause for its spreading and may be associated with low therapeutic outcome. The aim of this
study was to develop a more practical and simplified laboratory technique by modifying the three-dimensional
method for the detection of AmpC β-lactamase in Enterobacter spp and Escherichia coli. Twenty eight clinical
isolates including 11 isolates of Enterobacter cloacae, 2 isolates of Enterobacter aerogenes and 15 isolates of
Escherichia coli tested by standard disk diffusion methods against cefoxitin 30μg disk as primary screening for
detection of AmpC β-lactamase then all isolates tested for its production of AmpC β-lactamase by a modified three
dimensional method (3DM) with cefoxitin. Escherichia coli ATCC 25922 was used as negative controls (non-AmpC
producer). In addition, the susceptibility test of 15 Escherichia coli isolates was performed against selected betalactam
antibiotics. All Enterobacter isolates and one Escherichia coli isolate showed resistance to cefoxitin and
showed positive result with the modified 3DM (M3DM) by enhanced growth of the surface organism (E. coli ATCC
25922) at the point where the slit intersected the zone of inhibition, while all cefoxitin-susceptible E. coli isolates
showed M3DM negative results. A high percentage of Escherichia coli isolates were non-susceptible to β-lactam
antibiotics used but they showed good susceptibility to imipenem (100%).The M3DM provides a cost-effective
alternative for AmpC β-lactamase testing in clinical microbiology laboratories, thus negating the need for tedious
bacterial lysis procedures required in the 3DM

Comparison Study of insulin level and lipid profile in diabetes mellitus in Ramady city

Bakaa Hazem Ismail

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 13-15

The aim of this study was to determine of insulin and complete lipid profile in patients of
diabetes mellitus (type 1and type 2). The investigation was carried out in a group of 80 patients (45
samples of type 2 and 35 samples of type 1). Blood serum was used to determine enzymatically the
concentration of lipid: total cholesterol, High Density Lipoprotein (HDL), Low Density Lipoprotein
(LDL), triglycerides (Tri), Very Low Density Lipoprotein (VLDL) and insulin. The results revealed
that serum cholesterol ,LDL, Tri and VLDL were significantly (p≤0.05) higher in type1 DM and also in
type 2 DM (p≤0.05). serum insulin and HDL were significantly (p≤0.05) lower in type1 DM and type

EVALUTION THE EFFICIENCY OF REED PLANT (PHRAGMITES AUSTRALIS) WASTES AND AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF LIQUORICES (GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA) ON THE PRODUCTION OF AGARICUS BISPORUS

M. M. MUSLAT; I. A. AL-ASSAFFII; M. N. AL-HEETI

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 13-21

This study was conducted to evaluate using possibility of common reed plant wastes
in the preparation of compost for Agaricus bisporus rather than wheat straw, which was adopted as a
basic substrate in the preparation the compost in the world and the effect of Liquorice extract spraying
at pin fruit bodies production and its quntity.Results indcate the lower proportion of carbon to nitrogen
(C: N Ratio) was 8.51:1 with the compost of wheat straw compared with common reed watse 15.32:1
and 12.32:1 with the compost of the mixture. The best production of fruiting bodies achieved 440.83
g/5 kg with the compost of common reed waste after 21 days of harvest, compared with 371.17 g/5 kg
from wheat straw, and that the best biological efficiency of 26.5% achieved with the common reed
waste compost, followed by an average of wheat straw the best rate of fruiting bodies weight 46.12 g
with the compost of the common reed waste, compared with 25.17 g on control of wheat straw
compost, while for a number of fruiting bodies achieved the greatest number of 17.42 fruiting bodies /
box with the wheat straw compost, compared with 7.42 fruiting bodies / box from the common reed
waste compost. For the quality of fruiting bodies that the highest cap dimater and a longer stipe 55.5
mm and 31.83 mm was obtaind from common reed waste compost compared with 43.08 mm and 31.58
mm from wheat straw. Chemical analysis showed that the best protein content of 20.68% with fruit
bodies from the compost of the mixture, compared with 18.27% on fruit bodies from wheat straw. And
the highest content of Ortho Dihydric Phenols 9.75 g/kg with the compost of the common reed waste,
compared with wheat straw 8.76 g/kg

Determination of Alliin and Allicin in different types Garlic using High Performance Liquid Chromatography

Mohammad J. Abdul Ghani

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 16-23

Abstract:Alliin and Allicin products were measured and determined by ion-pair reversed-phase liquid chromatography (RP-LC) with UV detection at 210 nm. These two Compounds were extracted from various types of garlic with methanol / ethyl acetate and chromatographed on octadecyl silane column [ODS C18 (250 x 4.6 mm id)] with gradient elution from 0.01M phosphate buffer (PH=2.5) with 5M heptanslfonic acid (mobile phaseA) to 0.01M phosphate buffer (PH=2.5) acetonitrile(1:1) (mobile phase B). Allicin was eluted after Alliin. The results observed show that the concentration differs between the different types of garlic. The aqueous Iraqi garlic extract has the highest concentration of Alliin and Allicin (17.9 ppm, 0.9%),(23.94 ppm, 1.2%) respectively. But the lowest concentration of allicin was found in French garlic extract (0.56 ppm, 0.03%) while the lowest level of Alliin was (4.3 ppm, 0.22%) in Chinese garlic extract.

A COMPARISON STUDY ON THE FATTY ACIDS CONTENTS OF PIGMENTED AND NON PIGMENTED STRAINS OF SERRATIA MARCESCENS USING LIQUID GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY.

MAHDI D.AL-QAISY; AMERA A. AHMED; ADEBA Y.SHAREEF

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 22-27

The study recorded seven types of fatty acids using Liquid-Gas chromatograph
technique including Lauric acid (C12:0), Lanoleic acid (C18:2), Palmitic acid (C16:0), Myristic acid
(C14:0), Palmitoleic acid (C16:1), Oleic acid (C18:1), Arachidic acid (C20:0) in both strains and fatty
acid.Lauric acid (C12:0) formed the highest ratio in both strains, the study also showed a difference in
the percentage of these fatty acids between the two tested strains

Preparation and Study of Charge- Transfer Complexes for Acetylenic Amine Derivatives

Omar Hamd Shehab

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 24-26

Acetylenic amine derived from secondary amines such as piperidine , pyrolidine and
diethyl amine were synthesized as charge transfer donor have been treated with receptor I2,Br2 and
DDQ (DDQ = 2,3-Dichloro-5,6-Dicyano-p-Benzoquinone) to prepare transitional charge complexes .
Benesi-Heldbrand equation have been used at (λmax)for formation complexes to calculate potential
ionize. Calculation for acetylenic amines derivatives at the first time from transitional energy with
studied receptor and calculated equilibrium constant

Study of microbial Activity of Some Arylorganomercury ( II ) Derivatives Containing Amino Group on Some Pathogenic Isolated Bacteria

Shatha Thanoon; Bushra Faris Hasan; Abdel-Amir M. Fenjan; Shaimaa Hameed

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 27-32

Abstract :The aim of this study was to evaluate a microbial activity of the three organomercury compounds : 2-amino-5-methylphenyl mercury(II)chloride 1 , 2-amino-5-bromophenyl mercury(II)chloride 2 and 2-amino-5-nitrophenyl mercury(II)chloride 3 which were synthesized and characterized by various physical techniques . It have been reported to have antimicrobial activity against six various bacteria such as Gram positive bacteria ( Staphylococcus aureus and Bacillus subtilis ) and Gram negative bacteria ( Escherichia coli , Klebsiella spp. , Salmonella spp. and Pseudomonas spp. ) . The concentrations of above compounds 1 , 2 and 3 were ( 0.5 , 0.3 – 0.5 and 0.3 – 0.5 milligram / milliliter ) found to be more effective concentrations than others related with the inhibition zone respectively . The order of antimicrobial activity for the studied compounds were depending on the power of the drawing group with mercury moiety and amino group abreast in the aromatic skeleton – structure . So , the order is NO 2 ( 3 ) > Br ( 2 ) > CH 3 ( 1 )

THE ROLE OF NAILS FOR HANDS AND FEET IN SPREADING INTESTINAL PARASITES AND POLLUTION AMONG PUPILS OF DUHOK GOVERNORATE IN NORTHERN OF IRAQ

SUNDUS N. H. ALKALLAK; BUSHRAH H. S. ANNU; AIMI

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 28-35

The current study was executed in January and ended in November 2008 to
investigate the extent of the pollution and spreading of intestinal parasites and their phases in the nails
alone or associated with stool for a sample of study consisted of 250 male and female pupils whom
their ages fall between (7-13) years old they belong to four schools related to districts of center of
Duhok Governorate. The study revealed that there are differences in the pollution of hands, feet nails
and stools with intestinal parasites among the pupils. The rate of infection in the hands of female pupils
nails is more than the one in male pupils. While the rate of infection caused by the feet nails in male
pupils are more than it is in female pupils.
Parasites phases of intestinal worms under the nails of hands alone were isolated, and also the
associated ones with stool were isolated. The rate of Entameba histolytica cysts was 14.4% and the rate
of Giardia lamblia was 16.2%.The rate of intestinal worms eggs was of 18.4% for Enterobius
vermicularis and 5.6% for Trichuris trichaura, while the isolated parasites phases, that are under the
nails of feet alone and the ones that are associated with stool revealed the following rates: 4.8%
Entameoba histolytica, 8% for the eggs of Hymenolepis nana, and 5.6% for the eggs of Trichuris
trichaur

High-spin states analysis in 103Mo nucleus with theInteracting Boson- Fermion Model (IBFM)

Nabeil Ibraheem Fawaz

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 33-40

Abstract: The Interacting Boson-Fermion model (IBFM) has been applied on the neutron-rich 103Mo nucleus for the first time. The IBFM succeeded in describing this nucleus for both energy excitations, electromagnetic and moment properties. The IBFM produces better agreement with experimental results than other theoretical models such as cranked shell model (CSM) and rigid triaxial rotor-plus-particle (RTRP) model. Some new data have been presented for the first time.

STUDY OF VITALITY EFFICIENCY THAIOUREASE COMPOUND FACING OF SOME PATHOLOGICAL BACTERIA GROWTH DISTANT OF PATIENTS AT RAMADI WOMEN- CHILDREN HOSPITAL.

ASMAAH WAJEEH JUMAA

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 36-39

The aim of this study is to test the activity of thaiourease compounds on the viability of some species
of bacteria such as E.coli, Klebsiella species and Staphylococcus areas Pseudomonas earigenosa which
was isolated from the stool and skin sores respectively of patients who attends at Ramadi women –
children hospital. Thaiourease compounds were prepared and solved in 95% ethanol alcohol at
concentrations of 1% and 5%. The results were analysed statistically, compared at a level of 0.05% and
showed that the concentration of 5% was significantly more inhibiting on most bacteria involved in the
study by measuring the diameter of inhibition around the compound.Two concentrations (5%&1%) for
two compounds of thaiouorease (A&B) were prepared respectively and the inhibition diameter was
applied to indicate the viability and activity of these compounds. The concentration 5% produced
inhibition circle of 22.7mm with the bacteria Pseudomonas earigenosa while the control test was
19.3mm with ampicillin. The lowest inhibition circle was at concentration 1% with bacteria
Pseudomonas earigenosa ; with E.coli the inhibition diameters were 18.4&21.6mm at concentration of
1%&5% respectively . The thaiourease B compound gave inhibition diameters with E.coli which were
17.3mm for the concentration 5% &19.3mm for the control . The activity of Thaiourease was compared

EFFECT OF ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT OF SOME MEDICAL PLANT ON ESCHERICHIA COLI CAUSATIVE URINARY TRACT INFECTION INAL-ANBAR GOVERNORATE

SAAD TAHA MUTLK

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 40-44

On this study there was variation in the bio effect of the alcoholic extract among the
species tested on Escherichia coli. Allium sativum exhibited the highest effect with a minimal inhibitory
concentration ( MIC) of 2mm and a concentration of 10 Mg/Dis. While Olea europacea, Nigella sativa linn
and Thymus vulgaris linn shown a effect with concentration of 103 Mg/ Dis to give a MIC of (4,5,2 mm)
respectively.

The Study of Optical Properties of Thin filmsPrepared by Chemical Spry Pyrolysis Technique

Waleed Bedeawy Salih

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 41-49

Abstract: Thin films of ( ) were deposited on glass substrates at (210) by Chemical Spray Pyrolysis (CSP) technique. The absorption coefficient (ل) was determined from the absorption and transmission using (uv-vis spectrophotometer) jenway (6405uv- vis) at a normal incident of light in the wave length of range (300-700)nm. Using the relationship against һُ, we find that the films have energy gap between (2.3ev-3ev) at (200) and ( ) means the direct type of transmission, also we calculate (Refractive index , Extinction coefficient , real Dielectric constant, Imaging Dielectric constant).

MODIFICATION OF THE RHEOLOGY &THERMAL PROPERTIES (ABOALJEE ASPHALT BY USES IRAQI MATERIAL TO PAVING.

TARIQ- ABDUL-JALEL MANDEEL

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 45-58

The present study contained performingMutual Chemical and PhysicalModification of
(-Abo aljear) Nutral Asphalt by using Iraqi material on the forme west toachieve tow
Modification Asphalt and to refine environment because it poisoning materials The
Modification in this Study includes two Routes:- 1 – The Physical rout :- Add both
materials phosphogysum ( Pg.) and cement kiln dust ( KCD ) to Natural Asphalt after
refining it to form water. The percent of blend (10% ,20% , 30% ,40% wt ) in pores size
75μm . and measure Rheological traits wich include ( Penteration , Softening ) it has
given identical results the Optimization percentage is ( 40% Pg. & CKD ). And we make
hot measurement which includes ( Flash point , Fire point, ) it has given good result
specially by using rathio 40% for both material .in blend Temperature 90 .
2 –The Chemical Route :- perfoming four chlorination processes on natural asphalt
the time of calorination( 0.5 hr , 1 hr, 1.5 hr , 2 hr) by uses Fe2O3 as acatalyst after add
material (Pg. ,CKD ).in the same Blends percentage and mesurment Rheology&thermal
properties. The good result it in 1.5 hr colorenation in 40% of material add. The
Spectroscopy study of the samples by using infrared chlorine gas besides addition both
materials add. The light were identical to previous studies .and the microscopey study
for floor samples.the pictures have shown the existence of similiarity and good atomic
distribution to for floor asphalt .Generally this study has excellent results in
modification natural asphalt ( Hiet-Abo aljear ) and the capability of its using in stead

The Effect of substrate temperature and the annealing time on the optical properties of the AgInS2 thin films prepared by chemical spray pyrolysis Technique

Mazin Abdulhameed Al-Alousi

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 50-56

The AgInS2 thin films were prepared on a glass substrates with different substrate temperatures (623, 573,
523 and 473) K by chemical spray Pyrolysis . For annealing temperature 473 K , different time ( 2, 2.5 and 3) hours
have been applied .The structure test produced by used the x-ray techniques by (Diffraction and diffractometer Philips
200) system with copper target (Cu - Kα), wavelength (0.15406 nm), the average is (2000counts/sec), the voltage is
(40 KV) , the scanning average is (5 deg /min) and the angle range is (2θ =20o – 60o).The optical properties of the
AgInS2 films were determined from the absorbance (A) and the transmittance (T) data , using UV-Vis.
Spectrophotometer at wavelength (400 – 1000) nm at room temperature.The direct band gap of (1.87 – 2.46) eV has
been found that of the AgInS2 thin films according the substrate temperature , also , it is affected by annealing time
and becomes ( 1.82 – 2.15) eV . The optical constants (α , k , n ) are also changed as the substrate temperature and
annealing time change .The AgInS2 films regard as active selecting films in the range (400 – 665) nm , and can be used
as an absorber layers in solar cells and optoelectric devices.

Pseudo-Extending Modules And Related Concepts

Hairan Ibrahim Saeed; Hibat K. Mohammadali

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 57-61

Abstract: In this work, we introduce the concept of pseudo-extending modules as a generalization of extending modules. Many characterization, and properties of pseudo-extending module are obtained. Characterizations of pseudo-extending module in some classes of modules are given. Modules imply pseudo-extending module are studied.

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON IONIZATION CONSTANTS OF IMINES FROM N-FORMYL PIPYRIDINE .

A.S.P. AZZOUZ; H.J.ALMOULA

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 59-66

The project is concerned with the influence of temperature on the values of ionization
constants for some acidic and basic compounds at fixed solvent 10% ethanol in a mixture of ethanol
water. These imines are in a forms of syn and anti oximes and Schiff bases having a substituents on
benzene ring of primary amine as o , m , p- phenol , o , p-amine groups, p-nitro, o , m , p- methyl and
others.
The thermodynamics of ionization for compounds confirm that ionization reactions are
accompanied by an increase of parameters ΔGº and ΔHº. These mean that ionization reactions are non
spontaneous and endothermic respectively. Values of ΔS° can be either of negative or positive signs.
These values are discussed in details.

Ex-Modules and Related concepts

Shaheed Jameel Al-Dulaimi; Haibat K .Mohammadali

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 62-67

Abstract: In this work , We introduce the concept of an Ex –Module as a generalization of the concept Q-Module. Many characterizations and properties of Ex-Modules are obtained .Some classes of modules which are Ex-Modules are given . We investigate conditions for Ex-Modules to be Q-Modules . Modules which are related to Ex-Modules are studied . Furthermore , characterizations of Ex-Modules in some classes of modules are obtain

STUDY OF SOME SPRING OF W-IRAQ AND IT'S EFFECT ON THE EUPHRATES RIVER

MAHMOOD SHAKIR RAZEIJ

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 67-74

ABSTRACT:Springs are natural eruptions of ground water to the surface of the earth. They are
considered important sources of life. The hydrochemical study of the springs water samples shows that
their water is of marine origin and characterized by highly solvent sulfate hydrogen. They affect
directly the water of the Euphrates. The concentration of this gas is three times the permitted
percentage. It is dangerous as it is a poisonous gas besides the increase of salt : however, remains
within the permitted limits in the water of the river. The hydrodynamic study showed that the water of
these springs runs river-wise due to the rise of the hydrodynamic activity and the scarcity of the
hydrocarbonic preservation as manifested through the appearance of water eruptions in some of these
springs accompanied with hydro carbonic gases and tar. This can be an indication of petroleum
presence or their remains in the studied area. It is recommend that pollution is to be limited and the
detection of petroleum for commercial utilization. These sulfide springs can also be used as healthing
places for dermal diseases.

EXPECTATION IN LOCAL FIELD

MUNA A. MAHMOOD; HASSAN H. EBRAHIM

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 68-73

Abstract: In this paper we study the adic numbers as an example to the local field. Also we present Evans' new definition of expectation for random variables in this field and we study the properties of expectation according to this definition .

SOME RESULTS ON GROUPS

YASSIN. A.W.AL-HITI

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 74-77

In this paper , we define a certain subgroup ,denoted by ,as follows : of a finite group , and we give some properties of . Main result for is given in theorem 3.5 , which state that is an elementary abelian group if and only if

EFFECT OF PARTIAL SUBSTITUTION OF PB ON STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF HIGH TEMPERATURE TI2BA2CA2CU3O10+ SUPERCONDUCTORS

ABDUL KARIM DAHASH ALI; KHALID HAMDI RAZEG; ABDUL MAJEED EYADA IBRAHIM; ABDUL SALAM SAKI BAKI

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 75-83

ABSTRACT:The high Temperature (Tl2Ba2Ca2Cu3O10+) super conductors have been
prepared using solid state reaction method .With different annealing temperature 8100C to 890 0C
and two different hydraulic pressure 6 ton/cm2 to 9 ton/cm2 . It has been found that the optimum Tc
has been obtained with pressure 8 ton / cm2 and 850 0C , So the critical temperature increased from
124 K to 130 K . The partial substitution effect of the Pb in Ti metal of the compound as Ti2-
xPbxBa2Ca2Cu3O10+ has been investigated where x = 0.05 , 0.1 , 0.2,0.3 and 0.4 the critical
temperature increased from 130 K to136 K due to increasing oxygen content and increasing C-axis by
using X-ray diffraction .The study and examination of crystalline structure of samples by scanning
electron microscopie completed with investigation the rate of elements in compound and the effect of
annealing temperature with pressure in addition to partial substitution of elements of compound and
determination the quantitative concentration rate of elements in the compound .

Positive Solution For Eigen value Problems

Saleh . M . Hussein

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 78-81

Studying the boundary value problem :-
Values of the parameter (  ) are determined for which this problem has a positive solution. The
methods used here extend recent works by a simple application of a Fixed Point Theorem in cones . I
show the existence of at least one positive solution of this boundary value problem

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF A NATURALLY FRACTURED RESERVOIR.

Mohammad S. Al-Jawad; Ahmed J. Mahmood

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 82-91

This research is concerned with the development of a numerical model for stratified normally fractured reservoirs. Three dimensional three phase flow black oil simulation model is adopted. The dual porosity-dual permeability model is used. The IMPES (Implicit Pressure Explicit Saturation) method is used to solve the difference equations. The Tertiary trap in K oil field (an Iraqi oil field) was simulated by the numerical model. The trap consists of six layers having different properties. Equally spaced Cartesian grids were used to divide each layer into 1600 cells in the x-y plane with the thickness as the dimension of each grid block in z direction. Applying the two IMPES pressure equations to each grid of the simulated domain resulting in a block seven diagonal coefficient matrix.

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY FOR CALCULATING OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY FOR SAWDUST

HAITHAM.KAMIL.DAWOOD

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 84-92

The thermal performance of sawdust was studied experimentally to investigate its validity of
usage as thermal insulator. The sawdust have low thermal conductivity and cheap in price since it is carpentry
waste material. The thermal conductivity is a function of temperature differences, between specimen sides, and its
increases as the temperature difference increases.
The results showed that the insulation value increases as the density of the samples decreases, this is due to the
increase of the volume of air voids and hence increasing of thermal insulation material because of low thermal
conductivity of air which resist the flow of the heat through the void. The effect of binders was studied and it
showed that the thermal conductivity increases as the binding material increases for the same density, the lowest
value of thermal conductivity was 0.18W/moC at lowest density 100kg/m3 without using binder and the highest
value of thermal conductivity was 0.285W/moC at highest value of density 250kg/m3 with 40% of binding
material.

Resource Description Framework Schemas for Fingerprint Image

Abdul Monem S. Rahma; Kawthar Abbas Sallal; Jamal F. Tawfeq

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 92-98

The aim of this paper is to describe the fingerprint image using metadata. Fingerprint image was using in Automated Fingerprint Identification (AFI) system to recognize the person. There are many difficulties in using this system. AFI system is a central system in addition to that there are no metadata for fingerprint image. Describe the fingerprint using metadata and Resource Description Framework (RDF) embedded in fingerprint image should make it more flexible to detecting of individuals wanted at any times using metadata. This paper led to new method to retrieve the person by using metadata instead of matching fingerprint image.

MEASUREMENT OF RADON 86RN CONCENTRATION IN SOIL TAKEN FROM AREA SITUATED IN ANBAR GOVERNORATE BY USING THE NUCLEAR TRACK DETECTOR(CR-39)

MAZIN .H. HASSAN

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 93-97

This research was conducted at radon 86Rn concentration in soil by using alpha-emitters registration
emitted form Radon gas in (CR-39) detector from an area situated in Anbar governorate. Conducted concentrations in
soil samples were measured in (6) regions (Garma, Amertiat Al-Falluja, Saqlawia, Sacher, Habania, Falluja). The
concentration values were calculated by a comparison with standard samples. The results obtained show that the
higher concentrations at Radon gas in Falluja region was (356.4 Bq/m3) followed Sacher region (275 Bq/m3) and in
Amertiat Al-Falluja region (269.6Bq/m3) than Habania region (198.2 Bq/m3) than Saqlawia region (146.6 Bq/m3)
finally Al-Garma region (102.8 Bq/m3). We have showing that the Radon gas concentration in Falluja region is
higher than the other regions.

IMPLEMENTING DOCUMENTS SERVCE FOR E- UNIVERSITYY BASED ON DATA WAREHOUSE

THAAR KH.ASMAN; MURTADHA M.HAMAD

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 98-104

In this paper, make use of data warehouse capabilities using a data mart (DM)
concept, and decision support system (DSS), also On-Line Analytical processing (OLAP) techniques.
These techniques helping in enhancement of electronic university (E-U) performance in many
directions, for instance (provided services and management, authorized property), can be produced by
data warehouse to support data management. In addition, this paper try to simulate to design important
services side to (E-University). This service can be summarized in providing the certification of the
student in On-Line approach, using the advantages of data ware house properties

Web Usage Pattern Discovery Using Time Stamp Association Rules

Nidal Ali Hussein

Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 99-104

Abstract: Association rules are typically used to describe what items are frequently bought together. One could also use them in web usage mining to describe the pages that are often visited together .The goal of web usage mining is to extract useful knowledge from the data that web servers store about the behaviour of the customers. In this paper, we introduce an extension to association rules by the introduction of time stamp that can give us a better insight into the data. Subsequently, the introduced concepts are used in an experiment to pre-process log files for web usage mining. We also describe how the method could be useful for market basket analysis and give an overview of related research. The paper is concluded by some suggestions for future research.