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Flow Analytical Techniques Group Faculty of Chemistry Jagiellonian University
keywords: chemical analysis, flow microsystems, analytical research, narcotic and psychotropic drugs
offer number: 8
research topics:
  • new calibration method for flow analysis;
  • the flow techniques for concentrating the sample;
  • flow microsystems and their application in forensic chemistry.
test equipment:
  • atomic fluorescence spectrometer with hydride generation AFS-8220 with accessories (Titan);
  • atomic absorption spectrometer with flame atomization PinAAcle 900F with the equipment (Perkin Elmer);
  • atomic absorption spectrometer with electrothermal atomization and the heating section and Zeeman's method of background correction PinAccle 900Z with equipment (Perkin Elemer);
  • capillary electrophoresis system  PA 800 plus (Beckman-Coulter) equipped with micro mass detector TOF;
  • TOF-ICP-MS OptiMass 9500 spectrometer with the equipment(GBC Scientific Equipment);
  • the mineralization and extraction system involving microwaves;
  • system for liquid chromatography with tandem mass detector Ultimate 3000 (Dionex).
comercial research:
  • new procedures for the analysis of biological materials;
  • identification tests of forensic traces;
  • identification-comparative studies on covering materials for determining the authenticity and the age of the documents;
  • analytical research on narcotic and psychotropic drugs;
  • determination of microtraces amounts of selenium and arsenic in biological materials (hair, blood, internal organs).

Methods and research techniques:

  • atomic fluorescence spectrometry;
  • mass spectrometry;
  • capillary electrophoresis;
  • gas chromatography;
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography.
experience / references / projects:
  • preparation of biological materials for race analysis;
  • determination of trace elements in biological materials;
  • development of analytical methods for forensic and pharmaceutical analysis.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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