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Supramolecular and Biomimetic Chemistry Group Faculty of Chemistry Jagiellonian University
keywords: new materials, macrocyclic compounds, optical measurements, biomimetic systems
offer number: 64
research topics:
  • synthetic organic chemistry focused on macrocyclic compounds and their complexes with transition metals.
test equipment:
  • heating table and a polarizing microscope;
  • spectrophotometer;
  • fluorescence spectrophotometer.
comercial research:
  • biomimetic systems (DNA intercalators, models of metalloenzymes, biomimetic catalysts, bioconjugates);
  • new functional materials (macrocyclic liquid crystals, catalysts, dendrimers containing metal centers);
  • multiple receptors and supramolecular aggregates containing macrocyclic unit - molecular devices;
  • optical measurements for thin layers of liquid crystals;
  • UV-Vis absorption spectra recording;
  • emission spectra recording.

Methods and research techniques:

  • differential scanning calorimetry (LINKAM DSC-600);
  • polarization microscopy;
  • ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy;
  • fluorescence spectroscopy.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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