Research | Faculty of Chemistry at the Gdańsk University of Technology

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The area and subject of carried out research

  • Development of a method to obtain silica nanostructures with graphene, RGO, and pyrolytic carbons from polymer precursors of potential use as lithium-ion batteries

  • Development of a method for obtaining PEDOT / MehcFe hybrid electrodes (MehcFe = Prussian blue analogy, Me = Fe, Co, Ni) on the surface of TiO2 (TNT) and H TNT nanotubes, and their photoactivity.

  • Use of BiVO4 in organic-inorganic and inorganic-inorganic composites in photoelectro-catalytic water decomposition.

  • The use of organic-inorganic hybrid nanomaterials in the process of collecting electricity in supercapacitors

  • Development of a method for obtaining oriented MoO3 microstructures by Mo anodization for application Mo / MoO3 electrodes in photoelectrolysis

  • Creation of new, more efficient derivatives of carbon nanotubes as electrocatalysts in enzymatic biocatalysis.

  • Development of new graphene materials

  • Development of a synthesis methods, obtaining and characterizing the properties of organic materials of practical importance, intended as ionophores for chemical sensors - mainly of biomedical importance - based on supramolecular systems.

  • Constructing and investigating all-solid-state miniature potentiometric platforms for biomedical and environmental research.

  • Synthesis of supramolecular complexes of cyclodextrins with pharmacologically active substances and discernability of the use of cyclodextrin nanosponges in the waste treatment from pharmaceutical industry.

  • Investigation of the properties of Baltic amber, fossil and subfossil resins as material used in the jewelery industry and other areas such as medicine and pharmacy.