Eleonora Burnete

Eleonora Burnete
Universitatea Ovidius Constanţa | UOC · Faculty of Physics, Chemistry, Electronics and Petroleum Technology

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
Eleonora Burnete currently works at the Faculty of Physics, Chemistry, Electronics and Petroleum Technology, Universitatea Ovidius Constanţa. Their current project is 'Electrical autonomy (dwellings, industries, gadgets, etc.).'.

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From a student's perspective, this makes learning more fun with game-based interactions and the ability to work on a test using your own devices. For teachers, there are a number of pre-made quizzes to choose from, as well as the option to edit and create their own from scratch.
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In this article I have shown how useful it is to introduce web 2.0 in online and face-to-face teaching.To activate the students and to create the spirit of competition, I use the Quizizz platform in teaching.
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The poster presents a method for obtaining of some silver nanoparticles were prepared by chemical reduction http://ulead2019.ulead.org.tr/
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The silver colloidal solutions were performed by chemical and electrochemical methods. Depending on the chosen method, the AgNp concentration was varied between 7.5 and 100 ppm. The optical absorption spectra were registered for all the samples in the range 190-1100 nm. Particle's shape and size were determined by transmission electron microscopy (...
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The photo-sensitization synthetic technique of making silver nanoparticles using BP is studied using either a laser or a mercury lamp as a light source. In the laser synthesis, as either the laser power or the irradiation time increases, the intensity of the surface plasmon resonance absorption at 400 nm is found to increase linearly first, followe...

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Create & Research new Innovative Ideas
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Improve information about COVID-19 Vaccination