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Protection of prints by varnishing
Lokotschová, Radka ; Dzik, Petr (referee) ; Veselý, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of basic inkjet printing principles. It describes the continual stream and the drop on demand technique. It also deals with the issue of paper media, which are used during the inkjet printing – supporting bases and receiving layers. The thesis includes a description of print degradation, which is caused by UV-VIS radiation, pollutants, humidity or by elevated temperature. It also deals with the basic characteristics of varnishing and lamination.
Printed photoelectrochemical UV sensor
Vrbková, Kateřina ; Syrový, Tomáš (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
This paper deals with the sensors, designed for ultraviolet light detection. There are many options in UV sensors construction. But in any case, there is a semiconducter used as a sensitive component. The most common photocatalyst is titanium dioxide. In electronic it is mainly used due to its suitable physical and chemical properties and good chemical stability. The aim of the work is preparation of gel electrolyte, which can close the electrical circuit between cathodic and anodic compartment and allows the passage of electrons. The hole first chapter is divoted to methods of UV sensors production, including electrochemical method on which is based our sensor.
Hybrid titania-silica layers on polymeric supports
Bednárková, Jana ; Pekárková, Jana (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with titania-silica photocatalytic layers on polymeric supports. The theoretical part involves the study of properties and possibilities of preparing the layer and it is mainly focused on the influence of silica on the nature of layers. The experimental part of this thesis investigates the influence of layer thickness on the degradation rate of 4 different dyes.
Printed insulating interlayrs
Olejníková, Marie ; Zmeškal, Oldřich (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with preparation and study of printed insulating interlayers based on barium titanate. The composition of ink formulation and method of deposition were investigated. The composition was optimised with the type of added binder. The printing was made using a screen printing method. Characterisation of prepared layers was made using contact profilometry and optical microscopy. Dielectric properties of layers were subsequently analysed using the impedance spektroskopy method.
A study on the Lightfastness of Color Prints
Štěpánková, Eva ; Reháková, Milena (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
This paper gives a brief overview on the published and accepted standards and methods for colour photography and print lightfastness measuring and evaluating. A comparison of selected valid standards and evaluation suggestions has been made. Sample sets was produced by various photographic processes and printing techniques. Identical sample sets were used in both long-term and accelerated ageing experiment. In this thesis, the degradation speed is expressed as a formal rate constant, which was calculated from the dependence of normalized gamut volume on the exposure dose. Photographs and prints were compared on calculated lifetime basis. A failure of reciprocity law was observed, which indicates a lower credibility of estimated lifetime predictions based on accelerated ageing.
Solid Foams Based on Acetalized PVAl
Mach, Václav ; Klučáková, Martina (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the preparation of solid hydrophilic sponges made of acetalized PVAl. The sponges were produced by foaming by gaseous reaction by-product. The experimental work also includes the study of active compound immobilization into the sponge (finely ground lignite as a heavy metal sorbent).
Photoelectrochemical oxidation of aqueous polutants
Pachovská, Martina ; Králová, Marcela (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
The thesis is focused on the use of photochemical reactions and their applications for removal of aqueous pollutants such as organic acids. For evaluation of photochemical oxidation was used benzoic acid as model pollutant. Decreasing of concentration and oxidation products were monitored by UV-VIS spectrometry. The formation of oxidation products was observed by fluorescence measurement. Subsequently the stability and properties of model aqueous pollutant and electrochemical properties of used photoelectric cells were studied. The aim was to determine the appropriate reaction conditions and limits of degradation reaction.
Physical-chemical property characterisation of thin reflective layers on polymer substrates
Stružínský, Ondřej ; Dzik, Petr (referee) ; Krčma, František (advisor)
This work deals generally with surface diagnostic and optical properties of thin layers which are created by plasma polymerization of hexamethyldisiloxane monomer. The influence of oxygen adittion on thin layers properties was studied, too. This polymer layers are commercially made to protect reflective layers in the headlights. Thin layers were made in deposition chamber AluMet 1800V at Zlin Precision Company. Teoretical part of this work deals with methods which are used for deposition of thin layers, mainly physical (PVD) and chemical (PECVD, CVD) depositions. The conditions which influenced plasma polymerization itself are discussed as well as, monomers which are used for plasma polymerization and stability of thin polymer layers. Also there are mentioned the most frequent plasma processes diagnostic methods applicable during the deposition (optical emission spectroscopy) and methods for thin layers diagnostic (wettability, UV-VIS and infrared spectroscopy). Spectrometer Jobin Yvon Triax 320 was used for emission spectra acquisition during the plasma deposition. There were analyzed only two spectra created at same conditions as power at 3 kW and monomer flow rate at 100 sccm; the first one was in pure monomer, the second was obtained with oxygen addition of 150 sccm into the monomer flow. There was not found any essential differences between these spectra in the range 300 nm to 800 nm. Besides the thin layers analyzes after their formation, the samples were exposed to common aging conditions with respect to their use. One third of the prepared samples was exposed by ultraviolet radiation for 48 hours (exposure power of 0.68 W.m-2 at 340 nm) and the other part of samples was inserted for four days into NaCl solution of 50 g.l-1. The surface properties of layers were studied by their contact angle with three liquids (water, diiodmethane, and glycerol) that allowed their surface energy calculation. Results of this measuring are as following: Oxygen addition decreased contact angle of water after exposure of UV radiation. If the highest flow rate of monomer was used and oxygen was added, NaCl degradation did not have any significant influence on contact angle to water. Optical properties of prepared thin films were characterized by UV-VIS spectroscopy. Optical properties were measured only for samples after deposition and samples that were exposed by ultraviolet radiation. Results showed that oxygen addition into the reacting mixture increased the light absorption in UV-VIS (300-800 nm). The absorption was significantly increased after exposure of ultraviolet radiation. With respect to the application of these thin layers is necessary to say that this influence is undesirable. On the other hand, absorption of thin layers deposited at 2 kW, without oxygen addition and flow rate of monomer at 125 sccm a 150 sccm was decreased. Results of this work can be useful for investigation and study of deposited thin layers. The most useful can be with another work which deals with plasma diagnostics during the deposition even more closely. Then it will be possible to adjust and predict properties of deposited layers.
Dielectric layers fabricated by material printing
Olejníková, Marie ; Pekárková, Jana (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
This master‘s thesis deals with the use of the material printing method for fabrication of dielectric films. Final high- dielectric composite film consisted of BaTiO3 based inkjet-printed layer and spin-coated polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) layer. The effect of ball-milling on BaTiO3 suspension was studied by DLS a XRD methods. Printing formulation and parameters of inkjet printing were optimized with respect to the surface morphology of printed BaTiO3 films using contact profilometry method. Impedance analysis was used to determine the value of effective dielectric constant of the final dielectric composite film using thin film capacitor structure. Effective dielectric constant of composite dielectric film was 4,9 ± 0,4.
Dye Sensitised Solar Cells
Schovancová, Petra ; Weiter, Martin (referee) ; Dzik, Petr (advisor)
Recent experimental effort is focused to a very promising photovoltaics technology – dye sensitized solar cell. This technology is based on the generation of electrons in a sensibilization dye and their separation on a semiconducting material (TiO2). Bachelor thesis deals with the summary of present knowledge about this technology, the preparation of solar cells from generaly and commercially available components and basic study of their properties.

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