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Vývoj elektrochemických metod využívajících nanotechnologie pro environmentální mobilní detekční systémy
Kudr, Jiří
During the 21st century, pollution of environment was steadily increasing. Continuous monitoring of pollutants levels represents important part of effective environment protection. Demands for fast analysis of a large numbers of samples caused introduction of automation to analytical chemistry. Techniques based on flow analysis attracted big attention. They are able to decrease need for manual treatment of samples and decrease analysis duration. The advantage of flow-based analytical devices is also compatibility with several detection systems. Among others, electrochemical detectors are very attractive due to their high sensitivity, good selectivity and possibility of miniaturization. The presented thesis focuses on methods for detection of heavy metal and bacterial contamination. In order to it, electrochemical automatized methods and methods which utilized nanotechnology were developed.

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