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Combination of Various Nanomaterials for Effective Water Purification.
Morozová, Magdalena ; Krystyník, Pavel ; Bumba, Jakub ; Šolcová, Olga
This work is focused on preparation and characterization of various nanomaterials applied in sorption, oxidation, electrocoagulation and photocatalysis techniques. The main aim is the study of their effective combination and activity testing in purification processes.
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Automated determination of photocatalytic self-cleaning surface activity by color indicator inks
Bednárková, Jana ; Morozová, Magdalena (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
Tato diplomová práce se zabývá testováním vhodných indikátorových inkoustů k ohodnocení fotokatalytické aktivity. V teoretické části jsem studovala literaturu související s možnostmi stanovování fotokatalytické aktivity a zaměřila se také na kinetiku, kterou je zmíněnou fotokatalýzu možné ohodnotit. V experimentální části jsem mnou vybraná barviva natiskla na skleněný substrát obsahující vrstvu oxidu titaničitého a následně je otestovala. Došlo také k úpravě aparatury, aby bylo možné měřit větší škálu barev. Po otestování a vybrání vhodných barviv jsem se pokusila o optimalizaci podmínek tisku. Nakonec jsem optimalizovala i samotnou aparaturu.
The Influence of Rutile Particles on Photo-induced Activity of the Sol-gel TiO2/ITO Photoanode
Morozová, Magdalena ; Klusoň, Petr ; Krýsa, J. ; Šolcová, Olga
In this contribution the rutile effect on the structural and photo-electrochemical properties as well as on photocatalytical activity was studied.
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The “Monkey Business” with Heterogeneous Photocatalysts
Klusoň, Petr ; Morozová, Magdalena ; Krystyník, Pavel ; Hejda, S. ; Krýsa, J.
In this study main misconceptions in the treatment of the heterogeneous photocatalytic data are summarized first. Then an illustrative case-study is reported. Finally the concept of dynamic active site is introduced as appropriate way to quantify correctly the essential parameter of the photocatalytic activity in the heterogeneous photocatalytic reaction.
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The Influence of Various Deposition Techniques on the Structural and Photoelectrochemical Properties of the thin TiO2 Films
Morozová, Magdalena ; Klusoň, Petr ; Dzik, P. ; Veselý, M. ; Baudys, M. ; Krýsa, J. ; Šolcová, Olga
In recent years thin films as the nanostructured electrode material have evoked a great interest in fields of photovoltaics, energy storage, sensing, photo-electrocatalysis etc. The aim of this thesis was the preparation of functional thin TiO2 layers by chemical way using the reverse micelles templating. The sol–gel TiO2 layers deposited on the conductive ITO glass by three various deposition techniques (dip-coating, inkjet printing and spray-coating) were used as photo-anode in the three-compartment electrochemical cell. Relationships between structural properties and photo-induced conductivity of the nanostructured layers were studied.
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Thin Photoresponding Elements with Frequency and Amplitude Modulations
Klusoň, Petr ; Morozová, Magdalena ; Dzik, P. ; Veselý, M.
Nanoscale templated metal oxide thin films undoubtedly appertain to the most extensively studied materials due to their optical and electrochemical properties. Their photo-induced properties arise from the semiconductor nature, especially from the ability of the light quantum absorption followed by the charge carrier generation. In order to produce metal oxide thin layer layers, the liquid sol containing also the templating bodies, and confining nanoparticles, must be coated onto a substrate. Various coating techniques have been used for this purpose, such as dip-, spin- or spraycoating. Recently a new promising deposition technique has appeared. The novel approach is usually termed piezoelectric jet material deposition or shortly material printing. In this case the ink is the specially formulated liquid purposed for transporting functional components onto the substrate surface. This technique brings the possibility of direct patterning, i.e. the fabrication of 2D patterns on the substrate without the need of any mechanical or optical masking. Material printing has been already employed for the deposition of variety functional materials.
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