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Work Package #2: Synthesis Dye Doped Sol-Gels For Formaldehyde Sensing

Beneficiary UNIKIEV /UPS / UNIOVI /ESPCI  Start month 07. 2011 End month: 02.2012   Objectives Synthesis of silica films modified with cationic dyes (triarylmethane and triazine classes) sensitive to volatile organic compounds (formaldehyde as model analyte). The sensing approach is based on the use of dyes that can be oxidized with...
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Seminar: Biomimetic sensing materials

A seminar was held at Kiev University on May 23 2011   Planning of seminar Biomimmetic materials in biomedical diagnostics and environmental analysis (Prof. Vladimir Zaitsev, UKIEV) Sol-gel imprinted materials: synthesis and analytical application (Dr. Alfonso Fernandez-Gonzalez,UNIOVI) Application of physical methods of analysis for the determination...
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WorkShop: Synthesis of molecularly imprinted materials

A workshop on “Synthesis of molecularly imprinted materials” will be held in UNIOVI.   The workshop was held in UNIOVI  on February 23 2011.   Then presentation were made by: Prof. Marta Elena Dias Garsia (UNIOVI) PhD. Sergei  Hainakov (UNIOVI) PhD Oksana Tananaiko (UNIKIEV) PhD student Anastasia Motorina (UNIKIEV)
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Work Package #1: Synthesis Of Molecularly Imprinted Sol-Gels Against Antibiotics

Beneficiary UNIOVI / UNIKIEV / ESPCI Start month 01.2011 End month: 07.2011   Objectives Synthesis of molecularly imprinted sol-gel films for β-lactamic antibiotics (naficillin as model analyte) and tetracyclines (anthracycline as model). The composition of the alkoxy silane precursors will be studied in order to optimize the selectivity of the...
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SOL-GEL MATERIALS SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION FOR OPTICAL SENSING “SOLGELSENS”

Objectives and relevance of the joint exchange programme The project brings together four research centers devoted to the development of new materials and nanomaterials based on the sol-gel technology, their physic-chemical characterization and their use for sensing purposes.   The established network offers a complete training in the synthesis and characterization of...
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