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JTAP-01.10.2023

Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics (JTAP)

Editor-in-Chief: Davoud Dorranian

Online ISSN: 2251-7235

Print ISSN: 2251-7227

Publishes Bimonthly

Original Article
The impact of higher order modes on transverse mode instability in bent optical fiber amplifiers

We present a new theoretical model for analyzing the impact of higher order modes on transverse mode instability in bent Yb-doped fiber amplifiers. The model indicates a comparative analysis of mode instability using the normalized propagation constant in both straight and bent fibers amplifiers. The impact of different bending radii, on bent fibers is investigated […]

Original Article
Photocatalytic properties of silica nanoparticles in water decontamination; adsorption and photocatalytic disinfection

In this experimental research the adsorption and photocatalytic properties of silica nanoparticles were used to disinfection water against the gram-negative Escherichia coli bacteria. Silica nanoparticles were synthesized by modified Stober method and characterized. TEM image shows that the prepared nanoparticles were spherical with 20-30 nanometers diameter and 4.25 eV bandgap energy. The disc diffusion test […]

JTAP-Vol18-Isuue1-182402
Laser ablation produced graphene/MOF-5 nanocomposite: antibacterial properties

Preparation of graphene decorated MOF-5 nanocomposite by pulsed laser ablation (PLA) method in liquid environment has been investigated for the first time. Firstly, MOF-5 nanostructures were synthesized by irradiating a high-purity zinc (Zn) plate in dimethylformamide (DMF) solution containing terephthalic acid ligand with Nd:YAG pulsed laser. Using the fundamental wavelength of Nd:YAG laser at 1046 […]

Laser ablation produced graphene MOF-5 nanocomposite antibacterial properties
Chemical and pharmaceutical waste disposal with thermal plasma pyrolysis-melting

Thermal plasma treatment is considered as a suitable alternative for the treatment of highly-hazardous wastes such as industrial, radioactive and medical waste. Therefore, a Plasma-Gasification-Melting (PGM) system for treatment of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Wastes (CPW) with a capacity of 1 ton/day is developed using a melting and gasification furnace equipped with two non-transferred thermal plasma […]

Chemical and pharmaceutical waste disposal with thermal plasma pyrolysis-melting