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Electrochemistry Group Faculty of Chemistry Jagiellonian University
keywords: new materials, corrosion studies, galwanostat batteries, analytical electrochemistry
offer number: 65
research topics:
  • fabrication of nanoporous structures of metal oxides (Al2O3, TiO2, SnO, ZrO2) by anodization;
  • synthesis of metal (e.g. Ag, Au, Cu, Sn, Sb, Ag-Au), polymers (e.g. polypyrrole, polystyrene), semiconducting (e.g. InSb), and composite polymer-metal (e.g. polypyrrole-silver) nanowires;
  • nanostructured electrochemical sensors (e.g., adrenaline, hydrogen peroxide, pH);
  • nanostructured thermoelectric materials;
  • novel nanostructured materials for lithium-ion batteries;
  • cementation;
  • electrolytic deposition and dissolution of metals;
  • corrosion of metals and alloys.
test equipment:
  • Reference 3000 galvanostat / potentiostat (Gamry Instruments).
comercial research:
  • research on the use of nanoporous titanium oxide(IV) as a material for bone implants;
  • corrosion studies;
  • electroplated coating testing;
  • studies on batteries, fuel cells and supercapacitors;
  • analytical electrochemistry.

Methods and research techniques:

  • electrochemical methods (DC and pulsed techniques, techniques for physical parameters examination, electrochemical spectroscopy impendance).
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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