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Vnímání pojmu občanství budoucími učiteli oboru Výchova k občanství
STRNAD, Ladislav
The thesis is focused on the perception of the concept of citizenship by future teachers in the field of Education to Citizenship. It consists of two parts, theoretical and research. The theoretical part deals with the development of citizenship in the territory of the Czech Republic in connection with the historical development of our republic from 1918 until present. It also looks at the questions of when and how nationalism originated, its currents and how it manifested itself in the past of our state. The research part based on a quantitative survey maps students' awareness of the institute of citizenship, their orientation in the history of our citizenship, opinions on causes, negatives and positives of nationalism, and it points out their attitudes to the nationalities that lived in our territory.
Chemical composition of photovoltaic panels and assessment of their environmental risks
Koudelová, Marta ; Strnad, Ladislav (advisor) ; Drahota, Petr (referee)
The diploma work deals with chemical composition of photovoltaic panels and assessment of their environmental risks. In its introduction part, the characterization of photovoltaic panels, including the composition of their layers and the significance of some specific metals in these facilities, is summarized. The introduction part also mentions the life cycle of photovoltaic panels from production to end of life. The experimental part is focused on chemistry of several different types of photovoltaic panels. In addition to the major elements of the panels (Si, Al, Fe, Na, Ca), the analyzes confirmed the increased content of interest metals (especially Cu, Ag, Sb, Sn, Zn, Pb) at tens to thousands of mg/kg depending on the processed sample. A potentially economically interesting value is Ag. The Ag concentrations range from hundreds to 1,300 mg/kg (~ 1,200 g Ag / t of panels) for some types of processed samples. High concentrations exhibit Cu (up to 16,700 mg/kg), Sb (up to 1,890 mg/kg) or Sn (up to 2050 mg/kg). Leaching experiments (using deionized water and EDTA reagents) were performed at two time intervals (24 and 168 hours). Very low leachability of the metals from the studied samples (in order of per mil or less) has been demonstrated. The studied samples of photovoltaic panels can be classified...
Elemental analysis of the flat display devices for urban mining
Štípek, Radek ; Strnad, Ladislav (advisor) ; Mihaljevič, Martin (referee)
aaaaaRare earth elements (Sc, Y and group 15 lanthanides) and their compounds currently have significant practical use in metallurgy, glass industry, as highly active catalysts for the production of so-called. NiMH batteries, alloys for the manufacture of permanent magnets and e.g. moderators rods in the nuclear energy, but above all they have an irreplaceable role in modern electronics for phosphors TV screens, CRT earlier today, PDP and LCD monitors and displays, tablets, mobile phones etc., which give them a high-quality picture and sound. Unlike most base and precious metals are concentrated in the conquerable ore deposits, occur in the form of compounds as part of mixed minerals in the rarely economically exploitable concentrations, a mining and processing is costly and negative impacts on the environment, paradoxically towards the title but their overall content in the crust is relatively high, the average concentration in the range of about 150 to 220 ppm. The main world producer of REE, China, in 2010, significantly reduced exports by 40 %, making prices of some REE increased up to 1500 % during the month. Demand for REE is growing, so often talks about the recycling of valuable materials back into production, as called. "Urban mining", ie "urban mining", thereby reducing the amount of...
Gold-bearing quartz veins in peripheral parts of the Jílové ore district and their comparison with the orogenic gold type of mineralization
Žitný, Tomáš ; Zachariáš, Jiří (advisor) ; Strnad, Ladislav (referee)
This thesis discusses gold deposit types, reviews historical approaches to their classification, and focuses in more detail on modern classification approaches. A new classification of gold deposits is presented, and the orogenic deposit type is described in detail. All important characteristics and features of this deposit type are presented. The second part of this thesis discusess the geology and mining history of Jílové u Prahy, which historically has been the most important gold-bearing district in the Czech Republic. A number of other, less important gold-bearing areas are located at periphery of this district, but these areas have yet to be geologicaly studied in detail. The Radlík and Zahořany gold-bearing areas are studied in detail in this thesis. Structural measurements in these areas are presented, some of which are from outcrops, while others come from several adits that have been preserved to the present day. Geological maps of parts of some these adits are presented, focusing on those that could be useful for deposit type identification. The thesis goes on to discuss gangue samples, which were studied microscopically, with fluid inclusions in quartz also subjected to study. The final part of the thesis presents a comparison between the orogenic gold deposit type and measured data. However,...
Determination of Pb sources in small catchment using Pb isotopes.
Krajíčková, Michaela ; Mihaljevič, Martin (advisor) ; Strnad, Ladislav (referee)
The contents and isotopic composition of lead (Pb) were studied in a small forested catchment Lesní potok. The catchment is located 30 km southeast from Prague near Jevany. Monitoring inputs and outputs in GEOMON, a network of small forested catchments in the territory of the Czech Republic, has been coordinated by the Czech Geological Survey since 1994. It was analyzed litter of spruce and beech, collected between 2013 and 2014, and an archival sample litter of spruce from 1997. Lead in soil was studied at two profiles cambisols in each diagnostic horizons. Samples of profile LP 38 were collected in 2005, the LP 39 a year later. Surface water and bulk precipitation were sampled monthly for one hydrological year 2013. The ICP-MS method was used to determine the concentration and isotope ratios of lead. To determine of sources Pb were used isotope ratios 206 Pb/207 Pb and 208 Pb/206 Pb. In spruce litter (3,87 ) was measured average Pb concentration higher than beech (0,98 ). Topsoil horizons contain elevated concentrations of Pb (up to 100,70 ) decreasing towards the deeper horizons. The Pb concentration in the soil was 61,28 . Bulk precipitation in with average Pb concentrations206 Pb/207 Pb = 0.87 µg.l-1 contained more Pb than surface water 206 Pb/207 Pb = 0.50 µg.l-1 ....
Dating of uranium secondary minerals by the Thermal ionization mass spectrometry and α-spectroscopy
Roll, Michal ; Goliáš, Viktor (advisor) ; Strnad, Ladislav (referee)
SUMMARY: This paper is focused on analytical methods, specifically on thermal ionization mass spectrometry and alpha spectrometry; both methods are often use for dating of minerals or rocks. Goal of this paper is to compare these methods and decide which one is more suitable for dating of secondary uranium minerals. Methods are completely different and we judge them closely and take into account every fact not just technical skills as accuracy or speed which are in favor of thermal ionization mass spectrometry, but also device availability, price or published researches which are in favor of alpha spectrometry. There is also suggestion that both methods can cooperate and it seems as most effective way and there is another suggestion how studies a secondary uranium minerals.

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