Anka Jevremović

Anka Jevremović
University of Belgrade · Faculty of Physical Chemistry

Master of Science

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Introduction
My current research is focused on the synthesis and characterization of composite based on the porous materials for a wide range of applications such as water treatment application, catalysis and biomedical applications in the field of material toxicity (genotoxicity and cytotoxicity), which is important for environmental research as well as the functional roles of these materials for biological treatment processes.

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Publications (14)
Poster
This study investigated Y and ZSM-5 zeolites, important materials for a large number of different adsorption processes, modified with iron through an aqueous ion-exchange method, using dilute solutions of ferric citrate and ferrous oxalate. An Atomic Force Microscopy was employed for the analysis of zeolite microcrystalline surfaces. Acetamiprid, a...
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All remediation pathways in aqueous solutions come down to three dominant ones - physical, chemical, and combinations thereof. Materials proposed for adsorption and oxidative degradation can induce positive or negative effects on cells compared to the pollutants themselves. Present research deals with the effects different methods for pesticide rem...
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Ecotoxicity caused by neonicotinoid pesticides is largely due to oxidative stress on non-target species. Due to the fact that reactive radical species reach the environment, materials intended for pesticide removal should be applicable for the simultaneous removal of reactive radicals, as well. This work uses the spectroscopic, adsorptive and antio...
Presentation
Over the years, organophosphorus pesticides have become extremely sought-after products in the agriculture. Glyphosate, the most commonly used representative of this class, is widely used because it can effectively eliminate certain weeds and grasses. Its working principle is based on blocking an enzyme necessary for plant growth. It was reported t...
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Oxidative stress, in non-targeted species exposed to pesticides, results in increased amount of reactive oxygen species. Since radicals are responsible for the harmful effects on the biochemical functions of living organisms, it is essential to examine the ability of pesticide adsorbents to act as radical-scavengers. Composites of silver tungstopho...
Poster
The increasing use of pesticides, due to the accelerated food production, has led to changes in the entire ecosystem. This set them recognizable as serious pollutants for the human health. Recently, insecticides from the group of neonicotinoids, have been in the public spotlight due to their harmfulness to the bees. They are systemic pesticides, wh...
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Composite materials consisting of the silver salt of dodecatungstophosphoric acid and HBEA zeolite are developed in order to give materials of superior adsorption properties for aqueous pesticide removal. Two-step impregnation and an ion-exchange method with variable constituent mass ratios were employed as synthesis procedures. One of the study go...
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Heteropolyacids and their salts comprise catalytic centers for the production of ethylene, one of the most important constituents in the chemical industry. The paper emphasizes different synthesis routes of hybrid materials consisting of dodecatungstophosphoric acid silver salt (AgPW) and β zeolite—stepwise wet impregnation, silver-exchange in β ze...
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Environmental implementation of novel composite materials comprising potassium tungstophosphate (KPW) and ZSM-5 zeolite was tested in ethene production and pesticide removal. The study revealed that the binding of KPW to ZSM-5 zeolites of different Si/Al ratios affects the formation of active centres for catalytic and adsorption processes. Brønsted...
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This study investigated environmental application of FAU type zeolites modified with cationic surfactants (cetylpyridinium chloride, tetrapropylammonium chloride and benzalkonium chloride). Adsorbent characterizations were investigated using Fourier‒transform infrared and Raman spectroscopy, Thermogravimetry and Differential thermal analysis, Atomi...
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Novel composites of BEA zeolite and silver tungstophosphate were prepared by different procedures: two-step impregnation, ion-exchange, and as physical mixtures with varying component mass ratios. Composites were characterized using Atomic force microscopy, Infrared, Raman and Atomic absorption spectroscopy, and results were related to adsorption p...
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The current study reports the synthesis, characterization and catalytic activity of tungstophosphoric acid (HPW) and its potassium salts (KH2PW and K3PW) supported on activated carbon (AC). Because potassium salts of tungstophosphoric acid are insoluble, the carbon supported KH2PW and K3PW were prepared by a two step impregnation method. The synthe...
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Composite materials of BEA zeolite and polyaniline (PANI) were prepared by the chemical oxidative polymerization of aniline in the presence of zeolite in water (without added acid) and in an aqueous solution of sulfuric acid, using ammonium peroxydisulfate as an oxidant. Protonated (as-synthesized) and deprotonated forms of the composites and prist...

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Project
The main objectives of the project are: -To synthesise and select suitable materials for incorporation of pharmaceutical substances based on a physicochemical understanding of molecular properties and biocompatibility. -To describe molecular interactions between drugs and zeolite composite materials -To examine the cytotoxicity of obtained materials on different cell lines -To be described the release process according to pH changes on drug unloading in prepared composite materials
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ERASMUS+ Programme 2020 – KA2 High Education The main goals in the RELAB project are: 1. To support digital education and laboratory teaching through an innovative concept of creating a joint repository of high-quality short videos of representative experiments. 2. To generate comprehensive instructions for the development of online labs for programming and application of specialized hardware.