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Study of microplastic sorption properties
Hlaváčková, Hana ; Kučerík, Jiří (referee) ; Řezáčová, Veronika (advisor)
There is currently an effort to replace conventional plastics with biodegradable products that will have the ability to replace these substances. One of the possible biodegradable felt, which is currently being studied in detail, is also poly (3-hydroxybutyrate), which is produced by bacteria. This bachelor thesis deals with the sorption of selected substances on poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) microparticles. Substances whose contamination of water sources is a significant problem today have been selected for this work. Specifically, the sorption of the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory substance ibuprofen, the triazole fungicide tebuconazole and the most common drug caffeine on PHB particles, which fall in the size of the microplastic group, were studied. The method of liquid chromatography with mass detection was used for analyzes.
Application of a novel continuous sampler for the determination of compounds in ultrafine aerosol
Hlaváčková, Hana ; Řezáčová, Veronika (referee) ; Alexa,, Lukáš (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the use of new type of continuous sampler for the determination of compounds in ultra-fine aerosol. The aim of the study was to optimize parameters of the aerosol sampler CGU-ACTJU (Condensation-Growth Unit – Aerosol Counterflow Two-Jets Unit) and its application for the real aerosol samples. The ACTJU sampler connected to upstreamed CGU enables sampling of ultra-fine fraction of particulate matter to the diameter about few nanometers. The measured results from CGU-ACTJU were compared with commercial sampler (cascade impactor) with subsequent offline analysis. The atmospheric aerosol was sampled in two campaigns (July–August 2021 and February 2022) on the terrace of Institute of Analytical Chemistry of CAS in Brno. Theoretical part of the study contains information about analytical methods for the characterization of aerosol, the experimental part describes used methods in detail and the results of experiments are discussed.
Olga Krijtova
Hlaváčková, Hana ; Špirk, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Sedláčková, Lucie (referee)
This theses focuses on Olga Krijtova (1931-2013), Czech translator from Dutch. The aim is to introduce Olga Krijtova within the framework of reception of Dutch literature in Czech cultural environment. In order to explore this framework, the thesis compares Czech and Dutch culture from translatological point of view, outlines the history of Czech-Dutch relationshiops and Dutch literary translations into Czech, as well as the history and current state of the academic discipline of Dutch studies. In the 20th century, Olga Krijtova had contributed greatly to making the Dutch literature available for Czech recipients. The thesis aims to find out how many translations done between the years 1957-2016 are Krijtova's or her students' work. Further, it summarizes her teaching and linguistic work. However, the main focus is her translation activities, which is studied by means of translation analysis in the second part of the thesis. The final aim is to review and interpret Krijtova's translation strategies and methods, as well as to assess her overall contribution to the reception of Dutch literature within the Czech environment and to the Dutch studies in the Czech Republic. Key words: Olga Krijtová, Dutch translations, Dutch studies, translation analysis, literary translations
Elements characterization in urban aerosol
Hlaváčková, Hana ; Cigánková, Hana ; Mikuška, Pavel ; Hegrová, J.
Elements are important components of atmospheric aerosols. Heavy metals are known environmental pollutants due to their toxicity and their ability to accumulate in the human body. Heavy metals can exhibit toxicological afects even in trace amounts.
Aplication of Vincent van Gogh Art Works in Art Education at Primary School.
HLAVÁČKOVÁ, Helena
The diploma thesis Application of Vincent van Gogh Art Works in Art Education at Primary School is divided into theoretical and project part. The theoretical part is divided into four parts. First chapter is focused on post impressionism, its painters and art. Second chapter tells us more about life and work of Vincent van Gogh. This chapter is divided into subchapters which tells more about each period of his life. Third chapter is focused on the topic of modern art in primary school education and its continuity in Framework Educational Program. Last chapter of theoretical part focuses on didactics and methodology that deals with project teaching in art classes. The project part introduces project series in which the children will be introduced to life and art work of Vincent van Gogh.
Parallel Determination of Particulate Ammonium by Using a Continuous Aerosol Sampler and Cascade Impactor
Alexa, Lukáš ; Hlaváčková, H. ; Cigánková, Hana ; Mikuška, Pavel
Ammonia is a significant gaseous pollutant present in the atmosphere. As a neutralizing agent of acidic species ammonia forms particle-phase ammonium (NH4+) salts and contributes thus to formation of secondary atmospheric aerosols (Harrison and Jones, 1995). Aerosols (particulate matter, PM) are responsible for many negative effects on environments and health risks to human. The diameter of PM has significant impact on their environmental exposure, where the decreasing particle size increases the adverse health effects. The ultrafine particles hence play a major role in adverse impact on human health (Ryer-Powder, 1991). Presented paper describes the use of the novel continuous aerosol sampler for online, and a commercial cascade impactor for offline, determination of NH4+ in ambient air.
Application of a novel continuous sampler for the determination of compounds in ultrafine aerosol
Hlaváčková, Hana ; Řezáčová, Veronika (referee) ; Alexa,, Lukáš (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the use of new type of continuous sampler for the determination of compounds in ultra-fine aerosol. The aim of the study was to optimize parameters of the aerosol sampler CGU-ACTJU (Condensation-Growth Unit – Aerosol Counterflow Two-Jets Unit) and its application for the real aerosol samples. The ACTJU sampler connected to upstreamed CGU enables sampling of ultra-fine fraction of particulate matter to the diameter about few nanometers. The measured results from CGU-ACTJU were compared with commercial sampler (cascade impactor) with subsequent offline analysis. The atmospheric aerosol was sampled in two campaigns (July–August 2021 and February 2022) on the terrace of Institute of Analytical Chemistry of CAS in Brno. Theoretical part of the study contains information about analytical methods for the characterization of aerosol, the experimental part describes used methods in detail and the results of experiments are discussed.
Gothic mural painting in the church of saints Peter and Paul in Hosín
Brixová, Michaela ; Hlaváčková, Jana Hana (advisor) ; Royt, Jan (referee)
The following study is interested in the murals in the original Romanesque church of Saints Peter and Paul in Hosin, apparently the work of a single painter. The whole vault of the apse is painted with representation of the Holy Trinity accompanied by three saints, St Catherine is one of them, and the Vernic1e on the wall above the apse. On the south wall of the nave is painted the legend of St Margaret and extraordinary iconographical thema represents the scribbler with his assistent. The life of St Catherine is depicted on the opposite wall. The vault is covered by figures of angels. Legends are presented in small scenes arranged in bands, with lively narrative characters expressed in the jerky movement of the puppet-like figures. Painting were discovered m 1899 and date of their creation IS probably late fifties of the 14th century.
The Christian motif with abstraction tendency in sacral area after 1945
Bobůrková, Laura ; Lahoda, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Hlaváčková, Jana Hana (referee)
The thesis called "Christian motif with abstraction tendency in sacral area after 1945" deals with paintings related to this topic on the background of artistic profiles of the following artist: Mikuláš Medek, Ludvík Kolek, Jaroslav Šerých, Milivoj Husák and Petr Veselý. The sacral work is being put into context with Christian art which can be found in sacral environment. The introduction titled "Art and theology" is about the relationship between the modern Christian painting and theology. The artistictheological discussion cannot be separated from historical outlook or problems, which are closely connected with a question: Under what conditions and by the use of which artistic technique should we depict the likeness of God?

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