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New Electrolytes for Modern Electrochemical Applications
Reiter, Jakub ; Mička, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Opekar, František (referee) ; Vlček, Antonín (referee)
1. Introduction Electrochemical and mechanical properties of polymer gel electrolýes have been intensively investigated since the introduction ofthe 1" generation of solid polyrrner electrolýes by M.Armand [1]. Their electrochemical application includes secondary lithium batteries, supercapacitors, chemical sensors and electrochromic devices. Wide application of the gel polyrner electrolytes is allowed due to the hrgher ionic conductivity compared with solid polyrner electrolýes and due to the higher safety properties in comparison with common liquid electrolytes. Organic methacrylate-based polymers are perspective materials for their low toxicity both of monomer and polymer forrn, when methyl methacrylate (MMA) is widely used in the dental praxis. Poly(methyl methacrylate) PMMA was used in electrochemistry for the frst time by Iijíma [2] and than either pure or in different polymer modifications including varlous copolymers [3, 4]. Aprotic solvents like sulpholane, organic carbonates, N,N- dimethylformamide, and formamide are usually incorporated in the polymer structure to form ternary electrolýe polymer-solvent-salt. PMMA polymer gel electrolytes with embedded particles of nanosized TiO2 [5], carbon [6] or proton-conductive membranes with different organic acids t7l oÍ orthophosphoric acid [8] were...
Development of sensors based on porous silicon
Vrkoslav, Vladimír ; Jelínek, Ivan (advisor) ; Mička, Zdeněk (referee) ; Herynková, Kateřina (referee) ; Volf, Radko (referee)
5 Conclusion PS samples with defined macroporous structure were prepared and they were used as sensing layer in PL chemical sensors' concentration dependence of pL quenching response of standard PS was measured ro,ío*orogical set of linear alcohols in gas and liquid phase. From oU*'""a *tl"l"tion' of quenching sensitivity with dielecnic constant and saturated vapour it""ut" in gas and liquid phases follolrs: r. :r _L^-a io .nnrrolled bv dielectric - PL quancbing response of PS in liquid phase is controlled by streng*r ofmlYta - PL quenching response of PS in gas phase is controlled more by equilibriumconcentrationofanalýeinsideporousmatrix.Dielectric strength of analýe is not so important. PSsurfaceswerefunctionalizedwithcobaltphthalocyanine, polypyrrole, permethyl-6r-heptenoylamino-6I-deoxy B-cyclodextrins' methyl-lO-undeceonate and by oxidation' (The work is focused on using the first three compounds') We performed a measurement of concentration dependence of PL sensor response functionalized PS samples for selected organic species in gas phase' We can conclude that the PL quenching.",pň," was modiťred by functionalization of PS with selected compounds, due to change of surface polarity and molecular recognition. The magnitude of sensor response modification is dependent on kind of anallte' Another...
Coaching in the game in football
Mička, Zdeněk ; Buzek, Mario (advisor) ; Tůma, Martin (referee)
Name: Coaching the coach in the game football The aim of the thesis: The aim of this thesis is to analyse the coaching activity of coach in two competitive matches of youth category. During the observation i would like to focus on the types of coach behaviour and his postural activity. Methodology: To achieve the goals I used the method of observation, the method of teaching interaction (ADI) and the method of audio and video recording. Results: The result of this thesis was reached and fulfilled, the research questions were answered. Thanks to this observation i can recommend some advice to another coaches. Key words: coaching, coach, instruction, feedback information, correction 69
Problems sports preparation of youth in football
Mička, Zdeněk ; Buzek, Mario (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Name: Sports preparation problems of youth in football The aim of the thesis: The aim of the thesis is to define the importance of the competitive match in sports preparation of youth category and the conduct of the coach during the match. With the former is connected the structure of youth competitions and its reorganization. The thesis further deals with the pre-match coaching session and whether it should be integrated in this age group. Methodology: To achieve the set aim, namely the results, I use the method of the questionnaire. This method helps me to collect all the important information from the youth competitive matches and also the youth coaches and record the acquired information into the created tables which are also depicted graphically. Results: The results acquired by the questionnaire method give us findings of how the model of organization of youth competitions works and alternatively what can be improved. The content of the pre-match coaching session is questioned and also whether a coaching session of this category can be distinguished this way. Key words: Sports preparation, a coaching session, the importance of competitions, a match, children, youth, a youth coach.
Crystal structure of inorganic phosphates
Fejfarová, Karla ; Mička, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Žák, Zdirad (referee) ; Sýkora, Jan (referee)
½ž ËÙÑÑ ÖÝ Ó ×× ÖØ Ø ÓÒ ½ž½ž Ñ Ó ×× ÖØ Ø ÓÒ The aim of this thesis was to solve and describe the crystal struc- ture of selected inorganic phosphates. Nine different compounds have been studied, including the NASICON type phosphates Co0.5Ti2(PO4)3, Mn0.5Ti2(PO4)3, Na3.215Fe2(PO4)3, the iron(II) diphosphate Fe2P2O7 and hydrates of rare-earth hydrogen diphosphates LnHP2O7·3H2O (Ln = Y, Tb, Dy, Yb) and TbHP2O7·4H2O. While NASICON type phos- phates and rare-earth hydrogen diphosphates have a conventional three- dimensional crystal structure, the structure of α-Fe2P2O7 is incommen- surately modulated and has been described in (3+1)-dimensional super- space. ½ž¾ž ÇÚ ÖÚ Û Ó Ø ÓÒØ ÒØ Ó ×× ÖØ Ø ÓÒ Dissertation is divided in six parts. Part 1 introduce the crystal struc- ture analysis, the concept of aperiodic crystals and the superspace ap- proach. Part 2 describes course of X-ray diffraction experiment and used experimental equipment. The next three parts, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5, in which the structures of NASICON-type phospates, iron(II) diphos- phate, and rare-earth hydrogen diphosphates are discussed, are the main parts of this work. Part 1. Introduction and Initiation Chapter 2, "Basic principles of crystal structure analysis" con- cerns by fundamentals of crystal structure analysis, i.e. behaviour of X-...
Organized Nanostructured TiO2 Materials: Synthesis, Characterization, Applications
Zukalová, Markéta ; Rathouský, Jiří (advisor) ; Mička, Zdeněk (referee) ; Šubrt, Jan (referee)
CONCLUSIONS It has been known for a long time that material properties change on the nanoscale and are different from those of single crystals or conventional microstructured, monolithic or composite materials32. The presented thesis aimed at demonstration of the diversity in these properties for various morphologies of TiO2. Despite the fact that the chemical composition is identical, the structure of different morphologies matters and it is respon-sible for their specialty. The successfully mastered syntheses of desirable particle size materials open the pathway towards applications taking advantage of size dependent properties. DSC employing 2μm mesoporous TiO2 film as a photoanode exhibited the solar conversion efficiency as high as 4.63% due to the large surface area (roughness fac-tor). Optimized pore size together with the framework consisting of anatase nanocrystals are responsible for the high dye adsorption capacity improving the performance. Incorporating an additional inverse opal layer in DSC represents an example of its further possible upgrade. This optimized set up can increase the short circuit photocurrent effi-ciency of this device of about 26 % (Ref.39). Owing to the diffusion coefficient of an order of 10-13 cm2/s for microcrystalline spinel and even less for nanocrystalline spinel...
Study of Properties of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles
Procházka, Jan ; Kavan, Ladislav (advisor) ; Mička, Zdeněk (referee) ; Šubrt, Jan (referee)
Charles University in Prague Faculty of Science Department of Inorganic Chemistry STUDY OF PROPERTIES OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE NANOPARTICLES. PhD Thesis Abstract Jan Procházka Prague 2009 8. This PhD thesis is based on publications and patent applications (1-9) to which the author contributed considerably. The list of the publications is attached at the end of this text. Systematic research of the properties of TiO2 nanoparticles brought new pieces of knowledge into syntheses of titanium dioxide nanoparticles organized in the templated structures. When the structures were used in the solar cells, their solar efficiency significantly surpassed the performance of the conventional TiO2 films. The study was focused on the engineering and optimization of parameters of the nanostructures used as anodes in the dye sensitized solar cells (DSC). Several new technical solutions have been delivered during the work on variety of TiO2 structures. First, the factors with an impact on the proper function of the TiO2 multilayer film were determined 9. and then, the layer by layer deposition technique was perfected. Introduction of phosphorus into the templated mesoporous film synthesis protocol represented significant progress. The presence of phosphorus stabilized the TiO2 surface area at a high temperature and allowed a...

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