Nanomaterials based on layered silicates and nanocarbons:
- Technology of thin nanocomposite polymeric and carbon coatings and foils,
- Synthesis of nanoparticles of metals and their oxides in the interlayer space and on the surface of the layered material,
- Intercalation and grafting of layered materials with organic substances,
- Mechanochemical and ultrasonic techniques for the preparation of submicron and nanometric particles, sonochemistry,
- Nanocomposite hybrid "substrate-functional particle" fillers with antimicrobial properties.
Development and characterization of nanocomposite materials and nanoceramics:
- Composite materials based on natural materials for energy storage (batteries, capacitors),
- Polymeric nanocomposite materials based on natural materials for medical and sanitary applications,
- Microcellular oxidic and silicate ceramics, cordierite ceramics,
- Biocompatible hydroxyapatite ceramics and its composites with a biogenic component,
- Microfluidic biosynthesis of metal nanoparticles,
Characterization of prepared nanomaterials and composites is carried out in cooperation with other laboratories using diffraction and spectroscopic methods, electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy analysis, particle and surface size evaluation, chromatography and other analytical methods. In addition to experimental methods, we use computer design of nanomaterials - molecular simulation (molecular mechanics and molecular dynamics), which allows us to interpret experimental data, analyze and predict the structure and properties of nanomaterials. Testing of material properties such as antimicrobial, electrical or mechanical properties are performed on the basis of external cooperation.
- X-ray powder diffractometer RIGAKU Ultima IV (cryo - and humidity chamber, phase and structural analysis)
- X-ray powder diffractometer benchtop Rigaku Miniflex (6-position sample feeder)
- Differential scanning calorimetry DSC (-170 to 700 ° C) DSC131 evo
- Simultaneous thermal analysis (from 25 to 1600 ° C) with analysis of released gases using FTIR and MS - SETSYS Evolution Setaram Instrumentation
- Infrared spectrometer Nicolet iS50 (middle range 400 - 4000cm-1)
- Mass spectrometer GSD 320 O3 Omnistar MS
- X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, Supermini 200 RIGAKU (solid, bulk and liquid samples)
- Atomic force microscope, NT-MDT Solver-Next
- STURTEVANT jet mill (compressed dry air)
- FR FRITSCH PULVERISETTE 7 Premium line ball mill
- Specific surface area analyser SURFER
- Particle size and zeta potential analyser Horiba
- Phase and structural evaluation of powder materials using X-ray diffraction analysis
- Elemental analysis of solid pelletized and powdered samples, liquid samples, thin films using X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy in range from sodium to uranium.
- Thermal analysis of solid samples in the range from -170 ° C to 1600 ° C with the possibility of analysis of released gases
- Structural analysis of solid and liquid samples using Infrared spectroscopy in the MID region
- Analysis of particle size and nanoparticles, determination of zeta potential, determination of specific surface area
- Evaluation of the surface using Atomic force microscopy of solid samples
Organizers of the international conference NanoOstrava.
doc. Ing. Gražyna Simha Martynková, Ph.D.
phone: +420 597 321 572