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Estimation the Density of Localized State Glassy Se100–xZnx Thin Films by Using Space Charge Limited Conduction Measurement  [PDF]
Mohd. Nasir, M. Zulfequar
New Journal of Glass and Ceramics (NJGC) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/njgc.2012.22013
Abstract: The dc conductivity in vacuum evaporated amorphous thin films of the glassy alloys Se100–xZnx(2 ≤ x ≤ 20) are meas-ured in the temperature range (308 - 388 K). The dc conductivity (σdc) is increases with increased of Zn concentration in the glassy alloys. The activation energy (ΔE) decreases with increase of Zn content. The conduction is explained on the basis of localized state in the mobility gap. To study the effect of electric field, a Current-Voltage characteristic has been measured at various fixed temperatures. The Current-Voltage data are fitted into the theory of space charge limited conduction in case of uniform distribution of traps in mobility gap at high electric fields (E ~104 V/cm) of these materials. The density of localized state (g0) are estimated by fitting in theory of space charge limited conduction (SCLC) at the temperature range of (352 - 372 K) in the glassy Se100–xZnx. The density of localized state (0) near the Fermi level are increases with increase of Zn concentration in the (Se100–xZnx) thin films and explain on the basis of increase of the Zn-Se bond.
DC Conductivity and Dielectric Behaviour of Glassy Se100–xZnx Alloy  [PDF]
Mohd. Nasir, M. Zulfequar
Open Journal of Inorganic Non-metallic Materials (OJINM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojinm.2012.22002
Abstract: The DC conductivity and dielectric properties of glassy Se100–xZnx 2 ≤ x ≤ 20 alloys have been investigated in the temperature range 303 - 487 K with frequency range 100 Hz – 1 MHz. It is observed that DC conductivity decreases and the activation energy increases with Zn content in Se-Zn system. Dielectric dispersion is observed when Zn incorporated in Se-Zn glassy system. The results are explained on the basis of DC conduction mechanism and dipolar-type dielectric dispersion.
Thermal Properties of Se100–xZnx Glassy System  [PDF]
Mohd Nasir, Mohd Abdul Majeed Khan, Mushahid Husain, Mohammad Zulfequar
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2011.25038
Abstract: The crystallization process in Se100–xZnx glassy system is investigated using differential scanning calorimeters (DSC). The samples are prepared by conventional melt-quenching technique in the composition range 2 ≤ x ≤ 20 (at%). Non-isothermal measurements are carried out for different heating rates .The value of the glass transition temperature Tg the crystallization temperature Tc and the crystallization peak temperature Tp, are found to be depending upon both heating rate as well as the composition from thermal analytical data. The investigation of crystallization kinetics indicates a single stage crystallization process. The glass transition energy Eg and the crystallization activation energy Ec are also evaluated from thermal analytical data. The analyzer has been used the most reliable non-isothermal kinetic methods. The value of kinetics parameters Eg, Ec and ‘n’ are calculated using non-isothermal kinetics methods. The analysis shows that the incorporation of Zinc content has a strong influence on the crystallization mechanism for the Se100–xZnx glassy system.
A Review on Conflicting Issues in a Deferred Payment Sale Product of a Shari’Ah-Compliant Banking Business
Mohd Nasir bin Mohd Yatim
International Journal of Economics and Finance , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v1n2p253
Abstract: The objective of this study is to look into the proper practices in handling of a product of shari’ah-compliant banking, namely the deferred payment sale (al-bai’ bithaman ajil). The elements of violation of shari’ah dictates in dealing with shari’ah-compliant banking practices were identified. This study contributed in term of understanding the issues that need to be improved as innovation at the banking institution level in the form of standard procedural instruction or policy. Exploratory approach to research method was extensively used in this study as such method is relevant for the research issues being studied. The evidences were derived from field work conducted on one type of investment product, al-bai’ bithaman ajil of a bank. Capitalizing on the explored and examined shortcomings, improvement on the manner that such shari’ah-compliant banking instrument be handled in efficient and effective ways in order to compete in the intense local and global markets are recommended.
MUNIF: A Brand Name in Innovation of Shari’ah Compliant Note Issuance for Islamic Capital Market
Mohd Nasir bin Mohd Yatim
Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: This applied study was aimed at giving an insight to practitioners and academicians as well as investors and interested parties in understanding the process of a form of shari’ah-compliant note issuance (shahadah al-dayn). As such, the shari’ah related principles were clearly explained. Observation and scrutiny on the contents of documentation and transaction involved in handling this instrument were thoroughly carried out. Based on the archival study, a simple model of note issuance is proposed in this study. Thus, contributions in term of an innovation can offer a new knowledge to the practitioners as well as academicians and the interested parties of this capital market instrument.Qualitative method of research and descriptive approach to research were applied in this study as they were appropriate in looking into the research issue understudied. Capitalizing on the explored and examined instrument shall then become the basis in innovating more sophisticated models for multiplicity of instruments to be made available in the capital market both for domestic and foreign markets.
Do the Treasury Activities Function Well in Shari’ah-Compliant Financial Market?
Mohd Nasir bin Mohd Yatim
International Business Research , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v2n3p128
Abstract: This applied study was aimed at offering an insight into the understanding of the treasury activities of shari’ah compliant financial institutions in Islamic financial market. Archival studies on characteristics of the treasury instruments, observations and analysis on the mechanism of the instruments used in the markets were carried out in investigating any existence of shortcomings both in term of products as well as the dealing of transactions. Based on the findings of this study, contribution in term of suggestion for improvement as innovation was recommended. It was hoped to improve the current practices in handling the instruments and the mechanism in the market Qualitative methods of research and exploratory approach were used in this study. Observation to research method and interviews were also employed in this study. They were applicable in looking into the research issues understudied. Additionally, descriptive study approach was also applied in this study. Capitalizing on the explored and examined shortcomings became the basis in suggesting action to be taken to improve the policies and procedures by the relevant institutions.
Sukuk (Islamic Bond): A Crucial Financial Instrument for Securitisation of Debt for the Debt-holders in Shari’ah-compliant Capital Market
Mohd Nasir bin Mohd Yatim
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v4n10p166
Abstract: This applied study is aimed at guiding practitioners and offering an insight to academicians, investors and interested parties in understanding the manner in which an Islamic bond be created. As such, all terms in respect of shari’ah-compliant were thoroughly observed and analysed in the stages of creation of such sukuk. As such, documentations and transactions involve in the dealings of this instrument are thoroughly explored. The simple model of sukuk in this study contributed in term of an innovation that offer an insight to the practitioners, academicians, investors and the interested parties of this shari’ah-compliant capital market instrument to facilitate the process of securitisation for the debt holders. Qualitative method of research and descriptive approach to research method are employed in this study as they are appropriate in looking into the research issue understudied. [Mohd Nasir bin Mohd Yatim, 2009] Capitalising on the explored and examined instrument shall then become the basis in innovating more sophisticated models by future research efforts for multiplicity of instruments to be made available in the shari’ah-compliant capital market.
Yahya Ibn Adi on Happiness
Mohd Nasir Omar
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2012.663.667
Abstract: Yahya Ibn Adi was among Christian scholars who especially distinguished themselves in the 10/11th century in Baghdad. He was no longer relying on the caliphs but found his own means of living which in turn prolonged his own academic interest. Consequently, he was no mere translator any more but genuine scholar. He was not only the leader of his group but was also dubbed as the best Christian translator, logician and theologian of his times. This is justified, in addition, by his ample productivity in those fields of enquiry. A considerable number of such works have evidently been used by contemporary and later writers and have also reached us today. Hence, researchers consider that it is in these aspects that his distinctive contributions to scholarship lie and therefore he deserves more serious study. The present study discusses Yahya Ibn Adis theory of happiness (al-Saadah) as reflected in his major work on ethics, Tahdhib al-Akhlaq (The refinement of character). It confines itself to discussing the concept of happiness and to finding out the answer to those particular questions regarding its nature such as what is meant by happiness or what does happiness consist of? Why is happiness the end to be achieved by man and for which sake he was created? Is happiness attainable in this life or the next? Who is the happy man? and so forth.
Yahya Ibn Adi on Self-Management
Mohd Nasir Omar
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2012.603.610
Abstract: Among Christian scholars who especially distinguished themselves in the 10th/11th century Islamic Baghdad were Yahya Ibn Adi (d.974), Ibn Zur ah (d.1008), Ibn al-Khammar (d.1017) and Abu Ali al-Samh (d.1027). Some of these Christian translators were no longer relying on the Caliphs or other patrons of learning but often found their own means of living which in turn prolonged their own academic interest. Consequently, some of them were no mere translators any more but genuine scholars, who both kept alive the disciplines they had learnt and taught. The chief architect among them was Yahya Ibn Adi. He was not only the leader of his group but was also dubbed as the best Christian translator, logician and theologian of his times. This is justified in addition by his ample productivity in those fields of enquiry. A considerable number of such works have evidently been used by contemporary and later writers and have also reached us today. Hence, researchers consider that it is in these aspects that his distinctive contributions to scholarship lie and therefore, he deserves more serious study. This study thus, seeks to make an analytical study of Yahya Ibn Adi s theory of self-management as reflected in his major research on ethics, Tahdhib al-Akhlaq (The Refinement of Character).
Criteria for The Establishment of An Accounting and Management Services Business in Small Commercial Towns
Mohd Nasir bin Mohd Yatim,Noormala binti Ahmad,Amirul Hafiz bin Mohd Nasir
Journal of Sustainable Development , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/jsd.v2n3p72
Abstract: This article examines the economic rationale for contracting the services of an accounting or management firm by the potential clients in the locality of small towns in Malaysia. Classifying the clients based on different small towns in the country identifies the potential demand of host clientele. Polarisation of clients based on ethnic grouping within the localities of small towns is to look at the differences in the results of this study so that any decision for a new venture may or may not be affected by the choice of small town with businesses being dominantly populated by certain ethnic group. There appears to be evidence of significant ethnic and business locality effect in term of the demand for the types of services provided by the accounting or management services firm. Thus, in making the choice of setting-up accounting or management services firms in small towns , due consideration must be given to the influence of these two factors. Furthermore, this study highlight the importance and priority given by clients to the various patronage factors as a guide aiming at ensuring the going concern of a newly set-up accounting or management services firms in small towns in this country.
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