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Study of Electrode Materials for Sodium-ion Batteries
Jilčík, Jan ; Bača, Petr (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of electrochemical cells, more precisely sodiumion batteries. Part of the work is the introduction and comparison of lithium-ion battery technology with the new sodium-ion battery technology. Sodium-ion batteries represent one of the new and very promising types of batteries that belong to the so-called post lithium system group. As part of the bachelor thesis, the issue of negative (anode) materials for sodium-ion batteries is described and discussed in detail. The work mentions silicon as a promising electrode material for the negative electrode of sodium-ion batteries. The practical part of the bachelor's thesis is focused on doping the anode of a sodium-ion battery with silicon and its electrochemical properties are investigated.
Selective growth of metallic materials on clean and oxidized substrates.
Koňáková, Kateřina ; Cháb, Vladimír (referee) ; Čechal, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with morphology of cobalt thin film on clean Si(111) and on silicon dioxide thin film on Si(111) studied by AFM and XPS. It is also study of selective growth of cobalt on lattice made by focused ion beam and electron lithography. In the last part, the growth of metals (Fe, Co) on surface oxide on Ni3Al(111) was studied.
Microfluidic systems in silicon technology
Juránek, Dominik ; Fecko, Peter (referee) ; Gablech, Imrich (advisor)
This thesis is devoted to the topic of microfluidics and the functionality of microfluidic devices when working with blood. It further focuses on the use of microfluidic devices to cut blood cells. The first part of this work is dedicated to the theoretical background of microfluidics, it briefly introduces the history of microfluidic devices and the materials used for their integration, moreover, it talks about the methods used when constructing a microfluidic device in a silicon substrate. Lastly, this section includes a description of blood and its composition and some properties important for working with microfluidic devices. The practical part is concerned with the (manufacturing procedure of) creating a microfluidic and testing of device that can cut red blood cells.
Preparation of Ni-Si mixed layers and study of undergoing reactions during heat treatement
Petr, Jiří ; Pantělejev, Libor (referee) ; Jan, Vít (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis observes the creation and describes the nickel-silicon phases. The theoretical part is devoted to the description of silicides, difusion mechanisms and the basic principle of electroplating. The experimental part describes the creation of Ni-Si layer by using nickel electroplating, heat treatment and observing changes in microstructure based on annealing temperature.
Preparation of Thin Films by Electrochemical Methods
Kaválek, Ondřej ; Studničková, Marie (referee) ; Janderka, Pavel (referee) ; Sedlaříková, Marie (advisor)
The doctoral theses deal with electrochemical deposition of lead, tin, silicon and germanium from aprotic electrolytes in anhydrous inert atmosphere. Deposited layers are studied from the perspective of their surface and of electrochemical characteristics.
Inovation of measurement equipment used for analyzing of photovoltaick cells
Otépka, Jakub ; Bača, Petr (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design of a tachometer which is used to measure and display of mechanical aperture speed of a measuring equipment for the defect analysis of solar cells using the photoluminescence method. This work is divided into three parts. The first section describes the principle of solar cells, the principle of luminescence radiation and its types. Next the defects of solar cells are analyzed. The second part discusses the theory of tachometers, the principles and methods of loading pulses. The third part is then analyzed the design and construction of the selected type tachometer.
Design of a photovoltaic power plant for a family house near Jihlava
Dvořák, Vít ; Maule, Petr (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of a photovoltaic solar power station for a specific family house in the Jihlava region. The aim of the work was to get acquainted with technologies about the production of solar systems, evaluate the market in the Czech Republic and create a design of photovoltaic solar power station. Three designs of power stations were created with the help of the PV * SOL design system. Each design uses different photovoltaic cell technology. The result of each power station design is a complete finished project, which is based on many factors such as the efficiency of the entire system in a certain location, financial analysis, return on investment and more. In addition, these projects meet the conditions for the preparation of the subsidy program Nová zelená úsporám. At the end of the work, all three designed power stations are evaluated and with the help of multicriteria analysis, the best and most advantageous power station design for the given locality is determined. In the end, the idea of further development of the project is presented.
Monocrystalic silicon - optical properties
Kahánek, Tomáš ; Vaněk, Jiří (referee) ; Špinka, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with optical properties of silicon. The main task of the work was to create silicon samples with ohmic contacts. Suitable radiation source was designed to measure absorption edge of monocrystalline silicon. Designed measuring station was realised. Measurements were performed on samples of p-type monocrystalline silicon provided by ON Semiconductor Rožnov. p. Radhoštěm. The absorbtion edge was measured.
Silicon substituted calcium phosphate based bioceramic scaffolds
Karkuszová, Karina ; Šťastná, Eva (referee) ; Novotná, Lenka (advisor)
The theoretical part of this bachelor thesis summarizes the current state of knowledge of bioceramic materials based on calcium, phosphorus and silicon. More specifically, it focuses on calcium phosphates, the demands placed on them, the porosity of 3D foams, and biological properties such as biodegradation and bioactivity. 3D bioceramic calcium phosphate foam doped with silicon appears to be a suitable material for use in biomedical applications. It is the silicon that plays a role in the development of healthy bone and the formation of new tissue. Silicon substitutions are important in the field of investigation because they improve the bioassay of phosphate calcium. In the experimental part, calcium phosphate powders were first prepared by the hydroxyapatite and silica fusion reaction. Selected powder contents were 0; 0.1; 1, 2.5, 5, 10 and 20 wt.% SiO2. The samples were sintered at 1100 °C, 1200 °C and 1300 °C. The second part consisted in the preparation of 3D foams by direct penetration with polyurethane and the subsequent characteristics of phase composition, solubility and bioactivity. Bioceramic foams had a highly porous structure. For 42 days, sample behavior in Tris-HCl and simulated body fluid (SBF) was monitored. The results of the experiment have shown that the samples are bioactive and silicon substitution increases phosphate calcium solubility. Therefore, these materials are potentially useful for biomedical applications
Analysis of locally modified surfaces for selective growth of cobalt
Krajňák, Tomáš ; Bábor, Petr (referee) ; Čechal, Jan (advisor)
In this thesis the chemical composition of silicon substrates locally modified by focused gallium ion beam by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is determined. In order to determine the influence of focused ion beam, the sample comprising sputtered square areas with nominal depths in range of 1 to 10 nm was prepared. Next, the sample was heated to elevated temperatures (500 - 700 °C) to reveal changes in the sputtered areas induced by annealing. In this work by X-ray photoelectron spectrometer Kratos Supra and electron microscope Tescan LYRA3 with focused ion beam were used. From the measured spectra of the Si 2p and Ga 2p3/2 peaks measured as a function of nominal sputtering depth and annealing temperature the following main observations were obtained. First, there is the additional peak component in the Si 2p peak, which can be assigned to the amorphous silicon. The second important finding is that gallium can be removed from near surface volume by annealing at temperatures beyond 700 °C.

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