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Development and utilization of electrochemical flow-through detectors
Baroch, Martin ; Dejmková, Hana (advisor) ; Vyskočil, Vlastimil (referee) ; Trnková, Libuše (referee)
The proposed dissertation thesis deals with the development and investigation of electrochemical flow systems using both conventional and unconventional electrode materials. In the first part of this thesis, the problem of porous flow-through large area electrodes is addressed. As a working electrode material, a free-standing porous boron-doped diamond (fs-pBDD) was used. This was used for the first time in the construction of an electrochemical cell designed for amperometric detection in flow methods. Testing of this electrode was performed using amperometric detection combined with flow injection analysis of a ruthenium complex solution. The detection limits achieved on this material were in the submicromolar range and the linear dynamic range of the concentration dependence spanned over three orders of magnitude. In addition to amperometry, fs-pBDD was also subjected to testing by cyclic voltammetry. The main reason for using this method was to determine the electrochemically active area, which contributed to the overall physicochemical characterization of this promising material. However, it was this step that brought into question the accuracy and precision of the calculation used. For this reason, the search for new ways to calculate the electrochemically active area of the working electrode...
MacPherson Suspension Kinematics Analysis
Trnková, Lucie ; Fojtášek, Jan (referee) ; Hejtmánek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the influence of the position of significant points of MacPherson strut on kinematic characteristics. The first part contains a description of selected suspension parameters, their impact on the driving properties of the car, and a description of MacPherson strut. Furthermore, based on provided data, is prepared a detailed analysis of the influence of kinematics points to individual characteristics. In conclusion, all findings are synoptically summarized so that they can serve as a manual for change of the kinematic characteristics.
Employment Relationships in Terms of Wage Costs Optimization
Trnková, Lenka ; Suchá, Ludmila (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis is focused on job-law relationships, specifically on system of employee rewarding for the selected employer. Target of the thesis is especially to optimize personal outlay of employer. Theoretical part is focused on clarification of relationships between employer and employees. Next part is devoted to the analysis of present state of rewarding of employee and questionnaire survey. Based on the analysis are suggested optimal solutions leading to economical and tax handiness.
Study of Electrochemical Insertion Cations to the Oxides of Transitive Metals
Svoboda, Vít ; Kadlec, Jaromír (referee) ; Trnková, Libuše (referee) ; Kazelle, Jiří (advisor)
Electrochromic devices are based on the intercalation processes to the active layer mostly WO3. The optical properties of active layer are changed by intercalation ions from the electrolyte. For that purpose are used Li ions. The mass of thin layer can be observed by the QCM method. This method is based on the changes of the resonance frequency of a quartz crystal resonator. The investigated substance is deposited on the surface of the resonator. Various metals (Pt, Au, Ag) and their compounds should be plated on the resonator. Most frequently, the resonators for the frequency 5,0 MHz are used. This frequency change is used for the detection of chemical changes of the electrode surface and is very sensitive.
Study of intercalation and covalent bond of doxorubicin into deoxyribonucleic acid using voltammetry and impedance spectroscopy
Kynclová, Hana ; Trnková, Libuše (referee) ; Hubálek, Jaromír (advisor)
Doxorubicine is one of the most used anticancer medicaments nowadays. Improvement of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and cyclic voltammetry was investigated influence of doxorubicine to sensitive cells and resistibility cells.
Materials for Supercapacitors
Dvořák, Petr ; Paidar,, Martin (referee) ; Trnková, Libuše (referee) ; Sedlaříková, Marie (advisor)
This dissertation deals with the electrode materials, liquid and gel electrolytes suitable for supercapacitors. In the field of electrode materials were investigated carbon materials based on carbon blacks, expanded and micronized graphite suitable for supercapacitors working on the principle electrochemical double layer. Another area which this thesis deals with are aprotic liquid electrolytes prepared from suitable types of salts and aprotic solvents. The last part is focused on the preparation and subsequent electrochemical characterization of gel polymer electrolytes in order to increase the ionic conductivity of these electrolytes.
Effect of Suspension Kinematics on Vehicle Handling
Trnková, Lucie ; Blaťák, Ondřej (referee) ; Hejtmánek, Petr (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with effect of suspension kinematics on vehicle handling. In the first part of the thesis, there are the basic parameters of suspension kinematics introduced. In order to perform the simulations, two multi-body vehicle models are created, one of which is derived from an off-road vehicle, for which there has been a significant change in suspension. For each model, there further is a description and comparison of the kinematic characteristics of different settings variants of their suspension introduced. The main part of the thesis deals with the analysis effect of individual suspension changes on vehicle handling during the selected driving maneuvers. The results of the simulations are qualitatively and quantitatively evaluated, and the resulting findings are in the conclusion summarized.
Nanopatterned alumina-based materials for electrochemical sensors and biosensors
Kynclová, Hana ; Hynek, David (referee) ; Trnková, Libuše (referee) ; Prášek, Jan (advisor)
The doctoral thesis is focused on basic research and development of nanostructured surfaces prepared using anodic alumina material. Various types of gold nanostructured surfaces and nanoporous aluminum membranes for electrochemical sensors and biosensors were prepared using the anodic oxidation method. Nanostructured surfaces were prepared by electrochemical anodization of aluminum material to form hexagonally arranged nanopores. Gold was then deposited into the nanoporous masks by electrochemical reduction from potassium dicyanoaurate solution using a pulse deposition method. The prepared nanostructured gold surfaces were electrochemically characterized by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and voltammetry. Temperature stability and the effect of annealing on their electrochemical behavior at atmospheric pressure as well as in the vacuum were investigated. Then, gold nanostructures of various dimensions were prepared and the influence of their shape and dimensions on the electrochemical behavior was studied. Nanostructured surfaces were also modified with 11–mercaptoundecanoic acid, and the effect of this modification on the electrochemical results was studied. In the last part of the work, nanoporous aluminum membranes were prepared, and their permeability was studied.
Study of Metal Oxides and Hydroxides in Aqueous Solutions
Špičák, Petr ; Trnková, Libuše (referee) ; Kadlec, Jaromír (referee) ; Kazelle, Jiří (advisor)
This dissertation work deals with analysis of nickel hydroxide phases, their oxidation compounds, their stability and degradation mechanisms of electrochemically more active alpha phase on standard beta phase. The active material was prepared by both methods, electrodeposition and chemical precipitation. Main analysis method was Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance in combination with common analytical methods (cyclic voltammetry, potenciometry) can resolute between alpha and beta phases and quantitatively describe differences in main reaction by monitoring mass changes in the active material. Poor stability of the ?-Ni(OH)2 were improved by adding cations with valence two three and four into the structure instead of Ni atoms. The most important role plays cobalt and its hydroxide. Totally new way is to use titanium in combination with other cations. In electrolyte the most significant addition is LiOH, which has beneficial influent on cycle ability, stability in strong alkaline medium and cycle life.
Preparation Techniques and Characterization of Electrodes with Nanostructured Surface
Hrdý, Radim ; Trnková, Libuše (referee) ; Janderka,, Pavel (referee) ; Hubálek, Jaromír (advisor)
Nowadays, nanostructures fixed on solid substrates and colloidal nanoparticles permeate through all areas of human life, in area of sensors and detection as well. This dissertation thesis deals with the fabrication of nanostructures on the surface of planar electrodes via self-ordered nanoporous template of aluminum trioxide. The nanofabrication, as one of many possible techniques, is used to increase the active surface area of electrodes by creating unique surface types with specific properties. These electrodes are very perspective in the applications, such as biomolecules electrochemical detection and measurement. The transformation of aluminum layer into non-conductive nanoporous template in the process of anodic oxidation is a fundamental technique employed to obtain the array of nanostructures in this thesis. The fabrication of high quality nanoporous membranes with narrow pore size distribution on various types of metallic multilayers is one of the key experimental parts in this work. Several problems associated with the production of the thin-film systems, including the dissolving the barrier oxide layer, are discussed and solved. Another part of this work deals with the use of nanoporous membrane as a template for the production of metallic nanostructures via electrochemical metal ions deposition directly into the pores. The obtained nanostructures as nanowires, nanorods or nanodots are characterized by the scanning electron microscopy and energy-dispersive or wavelength X-ray spectroscopy. The electrode surface, modified by gold nanostructures suitable for the detection of biomolecules, has been chosen for the electrochemical measurements, due to the gold biocompatibility. The nanostructured electrodes were characterized by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and cyclic voltammetry. The effect of nanostructured surface geometrical parameters, including the size of the electrochemically active area, on the results of electrochemical measurements has been observed and compared to flat gold electrodes. Two model biomolecules, namely guanine and glutathione, have been chosen for the study of potential application of these nanostructures in biosensors.

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