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The Influence of Surface Treatment and Activation of Thin Film Composite Membranes with Plasma Discharge and Determination of Their Physicochemical Properties.
Slepička, P. ; Setničková, Kateřina ; Petrusová, Zuzana ; Slepičková-Kasálková, N. ; Kolská, Z. ; Siegel, J. ; Jansen, J. C. ; Esposito, E. ; Fuoco, A. ; Švorčík, V. ; Izák, Pavel
In this work we have focused on the surface treatment and activation of membranes (73 AC and 82 V) with plasma discharge and determination of their physicochemical properties. The surface morphology, wettability, zeta potential of pristine and plasma- treated membranes were tested and compared.
Tuning the Photophysical Properties of Anti-B18H22 [1]
Braborec, Jakub ; Černá, H. ; Benkocká, M. ; Kolská, Z. ; Londesborough, Michael Geoffrey Stephen
The tuning of the photophysical properties of the highly fluorescent boron hydride cluster anti-B18H22 (1), by straight-forward chemical substitution to produce 4,4'-(HS)(2)-anti-B18H20 (2), facilitates intersystem crossing from excited singlet states to a triplet manifold.[1] This subsequently enhances O-2((1)Delta(g)) singlet oxygen production from a quantum yield of Phi(Delta) similar to 0.008 in 1 to 0.59 in 2. This contribution describes the synthesis and full structural characterization of the new compound 4,4'-(HS) 2-anti-B18H20 (2) and uses UV-vis spectroscopy coupled with DFT and ab initio computational studies to delineate and explain its photophysical properties. Additionally, we will report on new fluorescent derivatives of anti-B18H22 and their immobilisation on solid nanostructured substrates.
Botnání Nafionové membrány a její předpověď skupinově-příspěvkovou metodou
Randová, A. ; Bartovská, L. ; Hovorka, Š. ; Izák, Pavel ; Poloncarzová, M. ; Kolská, Z.
The anisotropic swelling of Nafion 112 membrane in pure organic liquids was monitored by an optical method. The results were used as the input for application of the group contribution method to the relative expansion in equilibrium. Value of plus minus 1.5 % in relative expansions was determined to be the experimental error. Maximum differences between the experimental and calculated relative expansions did not exceed the value of plus minus 3 %.

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