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The Development of Small Company
Fiedler, Viktor ; Śevčík, Jiří (referee) ; Śevčík, Jiří (referee) ; Koráb, Vojtěch (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis presents possibilities and directions of the development of small company. It describes the structure of small company and the problematic of its development. It analyses present economical, financial and business situation inside and outside the company. In the second part author introduces some proposals for improving several parts of company.
Determination of persistent organohalogen pollutants using GC/MS/MS methods
Grabic, Roman ; Pacáková, Věra (advisor) ; Ševčík, Jiří (referee) ; Matisová, Eva (referee)
Conclusions o MSiMS methods for analysis of PCDD/Fs, PCBs, OCPs, and PBDES were develoPed o GC separations were optimized for MS/MS detection methods o GC/MS/MS optimized methods were validated. o Limits of quantification at level 0.1 - I pg/pl were achieved. o Linear response over four orders of magnitude was achieved except for some OCPs. o The selectivity of methods is better or comparable with a reference HRMS method' o Cost of GC/MS/MS analysis is significantly lower comPared to GC/HRMS o Developed methods were successfully applied for o Human blood, milk and adipose tissue analysis o Studies of de novo synthesis and destruďion of halogenated POP o In vitro study of PCB accumulation in human cells o List of application is enclosed Page 12
Proces Modeling as a Tool for Process Improving
Střížová, Blanka ; Ševčík, Jiří (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
This thesis engages in process modelling and description of selected business processes which are underway in the department of Economy and Operation of the Czech TV, in Television studio in Brno. The process models are created using the CASE tool Adonis. The theoretical part is focused on clarifying important concepts, methodologies and tools in the process management. In the analytical part, the selected processes are thoroughly described and graphically illustrated. The proposal part of the thesis highlights the improvement of selected business processes and assesses their effectiveness.
Complexity of analytical sampling procedures for persistent toxic compounds. Water Sampling by Semipermeable membrane device and Data Analysis.
Ocelka, Tomáš ; Ševčík, Jiří (advisor) ; Vrána, Branislav (referee) ; Punčochář, Miroslav (referee)
Charles University Faculty of Natural Sciences Department of Analytical Chemistry Summary of Doctoral Thesis STUDY AND DEVELOPMENT OF SAMPLING METHODS FOR PERSISTENT ORGANIC COMPOUNDS METHODOLOGY OF DATA ANALYSIS FOR POPS ASSESSMENT Dipl. Ing. Tomas Ocelka Prague 2010 Complexity of analytical sampling procedures of toxic compounds. Water Sampling by Semipermeable membrane device and Data analysis. Summary of Doctoral Thesis. TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Page TABLE OF CONTENTS .....................................................................................3 1 INTRODUCTION/THEORY ..................................................................5 2 EXPERIMENTAL PART..........................................................................7 A. Semipermeable membrane device (SPMDs).................................7 B. Used biota, bioassays.....................................................................8 C. Sampling protocol ..........................................................................8 D. Analytical methods.........................................................................9 E. Statistical and gnostic methods .....................................................9 F. Applications.................................................................................. 11 3...
The characterization and prediction of stationary phase properties used in solid-phase microextraction (SPME) for sampling of volatile organic compounds in air samples and the development of a new type of needle concentrator (INCAT) for sampling of BTEX from aqueous samples
Přikryl, Petr ; Ševčík, Jiří (advisor) ; Feltl, Ladislav (referee) ; Komárek, Karel (referee) ; Leníček, Jan (referee)
UNIVERZITA KARLOVA V PRAZE, PŘÍRODOVĚDECKÁ FAKULTA Katedra analytické chemie CHARLES UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE, FACULTY OF SCIENCE Department of Analytical Chemistry CHARAKTERIZACE A PREDIKCE VLASTNOSTÍ STACIONÁRNÍCH FÁZÍ POUŽÍVANÝCH PŘI MIKROEXTRAKCI NA TUHOU FÁZI (SPME) PRO VZORKOVÁNÍ TĚKAVÝCH ORGANICKÝCH LÁTEK V OVZDUŠÍ A VÝVOJ NOVÉHO TYPU JEHLOVÉHO KONCENTRÁTORU (INCAT) PRO VZORKOVÁNÍ BTEX Z VODNÝCH VZORKŮ THE CHARACTERIZATION AND PREDICTION OF STATIONARY PHASE PROPERTIES USED IN SOLID-PHASE MICROEXTRACTION (SPME) FOR SAMPLING OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN AIR SAMPLES AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW TYPE OF NEEDLE CONCENTRATOR (INCAT) FOR SAMPLING OF BTEX FROM AQUEOUS SAMPLES Souhrn doktorské disertační práce Summary of the Ph.D. Thesis Praha 2008 Mgr. Petr Přikryl Disertační práce byla vypracována na Katedře analytické chemie, PřF UK v Praze v letech 2000-2008. Uchazeč/Candidate: Mgr. Petr Přikryl Adres/Address: Katedra analytické chemie Hlavova 2030/8 Praha 2 CZ12843 Email: petr.prikryl@lf1.cuni.cz Obor/Branch: Analytická chemie Školitel/Advisor: Prof. Ing. Jiří Ševčík, DrSc. - 3 - 1. Úvod Analýza mnoha environmentálních polutantů je velmi často obtížná vzhledem ke komplexnosti vzorkovaných matric, a také protože povolené obsahy polutantů v jednotlivých složkách životního prostředí (vzduch, voda, půda)...
Measurements of small flow in water service connections
Stehlíková, Veronika ; Ševčík, jiří (referee) ; Tuhovčák, Ladislav (advisor)
In the first part of this thesis the basic information about the losses of water and their reporting are described. There are presented the means and methods of reducing water losses and their suitability for use. Finally, general information about water meters are presented and the UFR device is briefly described. The second part of the thesis is devoted to testing water meter and UFR device on specific water connection in a family house. The thesis resulted in the author's general recommendations for owners and operators of water supply networks.
Testing of Unmeasured Flow Reducer equipment
Matoška, Martin ; Ševčík, Jiří (referee) ; Tuhovčák, Ladislav (advisor)
The master´s thesis describes the basic information on the reporting of water losses. Means and methods to reduce water losses. Devices used to monitoring water supply, or detect malfunctioning of water supply line. Describes and evaluates the functionality of UFR on the laboratory model.

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