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1-Dirilgen, N., Inel,Y. Cobalt-Copper and Cobalt-Zinc Effects on Duckweed Growth and Metal Accumulation.J.Environ.Sci.Heal., A 29:63-81 (1994).


2-Dirilgen, N., Inel, Yüksel. Effects of Zinc and Copper on Growth and Metal Accumulation in Duckweed. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol., 53: 442-449 (1994).


3-Dirilgen, N., Ince, N. Inhibition Effect of the Anionic Surfactant SDS on Duckweed, Lemna minor with Considerations of Growth and Accumulation. Chemosphere, 31(9): 4185-4196 (1995).


4-Dirilgen, N., Effects of pH and chelator EDTA on Cr Toxicity and Accumulation in Lemna minor. Chemosphere, 37 :771-783 (1998).


5-Ince, N.H., Dirilgen, N., Apikyan, I., Tezcanlı, G., Üstün, B., Assesment of Toxic Interactions of Heavy Metals in Binary Mixtures: A Statistical Approach. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol., 36 ; 365-372 (1999).


6-Dirilgen, N., Accumulation of Heavy Metals in Freshwater Organisms :Assesment of Toxic Interactions. Turk J Chem, 25; 173-179 (2001).


7-Dirilgen,N., Dogan, F., Speciation of Chromium in the Presence of Copper and Zinc and Their Toxic Interactions. Ecotoxicol and Environ Safety Part B, 53; 397-403 (2002).

 


8-Dirilgen, N., Dogan, F., Anodic Stripping Voltammetry: Sn and Pb Analysis in Archaeometallurgical Samples. Intern Journal of Environ Anal Chem, 851-864, (2004).

 

 

9-Dirilgen,N., Dogan, F., Ozbal,H., Anodic Stripping Voltammetry : Arsenic Determination in Ancient Bone Samples.  Anal Letters, 39: 127-143 (2006).

 

10- Dirilgen N., Atay NZ, Cagdas M, Tunc H , Synergistic and Antagonistic Effects of SDS, Iodide and Citric Acid on Soil Remediation. Fresen Environ Bull , 17 (3), 316-325 (2008).

 


11-Dirilgen N. , Atay NZ, Tunc H , Study of Efficiencies of Selected Extractants: SDS, Iodide, Citric Acid to Soil Remediation by Lead. Soil and Sediment Contam, 19 (1), 103-118 (2010).

 

 

12-Dirilgen N. , ‘Mercury and Lead: Assessing the Toxic Effects on Growth and Metal Accumulation by Lemna minor’.Ecotoxicol and Environ Safety, 74, 48-54 (2011).

 

 

1-Dirilgen N. , Physical Chemistry Experiments, Boğaziçi University, ISBN: 975-518-032-X, 1995.


2-Dirilgen N. , Akdeniz Ö, Quantitative Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Manual, ISBN: 978-975-518-321-3, 2011.

 

 

1- Federation of European Chemical Socities, Symposium on Chemistry and Environment “Cobalt-Copper and Cobalt-Zinc Effects on Duckweed Growth and Metal Accumulation” Istanbul, 1992.


2- International Symposium on New Microbiotests Brno-Czech Republic, 1998.“Assessment of Toxic Interactions of Heavy Metals in Binary Mixtures by the Microtox Assay


3- MBCAC III, 3rd Mediterranean Basin Conference on Analytical Chemistry Antalya, 2000. “Accumulation of Heavy Metals in Freshwater Organisms: Assessment of Toxic Interactions”

 

4-European Conference on Analytical Chemistry, EUROANALYSIS XI Lisboa – Portugal, 2000. “Chromium Phytotoxicity in the Presence of Zinc and Copper”


5- XV. Ulusal Kimya Kongresi Istanbul, 2001.
“Suların Çinko-Kadmiyum ve Bakırdan Arındırılması: Tatlı-Su Bitki Modeli”


6-MBCAC IV, 4th Mediterranean Basin Conference on Analytical Chemistry
Piran- Ljublania, 2002. “Arsenic Determination in Archametalurgical Samples by Hydride Generation and Voltammetry”


7- 6 th Euroconference on Environmental Analytical Chemistry Erperheide, Peer-Belgium, 2002. “Trace Metal Determination by Anodic Stripping Voltammetry”


8- European Conference on Analytical Chemistry, EUROANALYSIS XIV Antwerp, Belgium, 2007. “Anodic Stripping Voltammetry: Surfactant and Ligand Interactions for Soil Remediation”


9-7th Agean Analytical Chemistry Days, AACD 2010 Mytilene, Lesvos-Greece, 2010. “Effects of Various Extractants on Remediation of Soil Contaminated by Copper”




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