Faculty seminar "Nuclear Quantum Effects on Multiple Proton Transfer in Molecular Crystals: The Case of Terepthalic Acid"
The faculty seminar will be on Monday, 25.07. at 13.15 in the auditorium 1.4. and on the MS Teams platform. Our guest will be Prof. Prasejit Ghosh from the Indian Institute of Science, Education and Research, Pune and the topic of his speech will be "Nuclear Quantum Effects on Multiple Proton Transfer in Molecular Crystals: The Case of Terepthalic Acid".
The faculty seminar will be on Monday, 11.07. at 13:15 in the auditorium 1.4. and on the MS Teams platform. Our guest will be Prof. Ulrich Kortz from the School of Science, Jacobs University, Bremen in Germany and the topic of his speech will be "Noble Metal-Oxo Clusters: Synthesis, Structure and Catalysis"
Environmentally friendly and low-cost methods of recycling of the used car tires are one of the greatest environmental challenges. Ground tire rubber (GTR) is currently used, among others, as modifiers or fillers in preparation of polymer composites, in asphalt or concrete for the needs of various branches of the industry.
Thanks to its high international reputation, the INTARG® trade fair has been under the patronage of the highest-ranking institutions, led by the Ministry of Development and Technology and the World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO – one of the 16 UN agencies. INTARG® is the only fair in Poland and a few in the world held under the honorary patronage of WIPO.
Ionic liquids are substances with special properties. They are consistent with the assumptions of the green chemistry. Properties that characterize modern ionic liquids are the following: negligible vapor pressure, high thermal stability (high decomposition temperatures), low melting points and low toxicity. These properties allow wide use in various fields of industry and scientific research. This raises high hopes in the energy industry. They are used in outlet points from various processes, where they can purify gases, e.g.
We are pleased to inform you about the award for the invention of the team of scientists from the Gdańsk Tech Faculty of Chemistry, under the supervision of prof. Kazimierz Darowicki, composed of: Juliusz Orlikowski, PhD, DSc, Eng., Grzegorz Lentka, PhD, DSc, Eng., Mateusz Cieślik, MSc, Andrzej Dul, Eng.