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Heterogeneous Reaction Kinetics Group Faculty of Chemistry Jagiellonian University
keywords: environment, heterogeneous reaction kinetics, spectrometry, catalyst surface analysis, chemistry for conservation
offer number: 30
research topics:
  • molecular engineering of catalysts (structural reactors in processes related to environmental protection);
  • chemistry for conservation.
test equipment:
  • Esquire 6000 mass spectrometer (Bruker) with direct sampling;
  • fluorescence examination module for optical microscope;
  • IR microscope with the equipment, including x-y table for focus control and ATR crystal;
  • differential refractive index detector Optilab T-rEx (Wyatt Technology).
comercial research:
  • processes of combustion of volatile organic compounds and reduction of nitrogen oxides;
  • degradation of natural polymers (cellulose, proteins) and dyes;
  • degradation analysis of the materials based on natural polymers (paper, fabric);
  • catalyst surface analysis in real-time operation.

Methods and research techniques:

  • mass spectrometry;
  • spectroscopic methods (fluorescence spectroscopy, IR);
  • refractometric methods.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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phone number: + 48 12 664 42 00
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