Paulina Filipczak

Paulina Filipczak
Lodz University of Technology · Department of Molecular Physics

PhD

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Spherical poly(acrylic acid)-block-polystyrene (PAA-b-PS) nano-objects were prepared via polymerization induced self-assembly (PISA) and used as templates for the synthesis of silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs). The PAA shells on the spheres acted as templates for the formation of immobilized Ag NPs by loading Ag + ions followed by reduction. The templa...
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The stability of silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs) attracts an increasing attention because of the broadening field of their application, especially in catalysis, medicine and pharmacy, electronics and optoelectronics, sensors, environment protection technologies, textronics and many others. In this article, the stability of electrostatically stabilize...
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We have observed for the first time the surface-enhanced (SE) signal of water in an aqueous dispersion of silver nanoparticles in spontaneous (SERS) and femtosecond stimulated Raman (SE-FSRS) processes with different wavelengths of the Raman pump (515, 715, and 755 nm). By estimating the fraction of water molecules that interact with the metal surf...
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The resonance Raman effect (RRE) is a phenomenon which results in a strong selective enhancement of Raman signals from the samples. Previous studies showed that the RRE in liquid water directly corresponds to its supramolecular structure. It was also reported that the electric-field-induced orientation of water molecules on the electrode surface re...
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Spherical nano-objects composed of poly(acrylic acid-stat-acrylamide)-block-polystyrene (P(AA-stat-Am)-b-PS) were prepared via polymerization induced self-assembly (PISA) and used as templates for the synthesis of hybrid Ag@P(AA-stat-Am)-b-PS. These well-defined hybrids were used as effective surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) supports for...
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In this work, we propose a novel method for the preparation of polypyrrole (PPy) layers on textile fabrics using a reactive inkjet printing technique with direct freezing of inks under varying temperature up to −16 °C. It was found that the surface resistance of PPy layers on polypropylene (PP) fabric, used as a standard support, linearly decreased...
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In this work, a reactive inkjet printing (RIP) has been proposed as an useful method for the deposition of reduced graphene oxide (RGO) layers on different textile fabrics - polyacrylonitrile, poly(ethylene terephthalate), and polypropylene. Under the RIP process, the RGO layers were grown on fabrics by printing of graphene oxide (GO) suspension an...
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An appropriate filler is a key component required to achieve an useful composite with expected properties. Not only sophisticated types of filler, like graphene are popular, but also more common ones, like silica flour or fly ash because of their low costs. Besides production costs, adequate size and possibility of functionalization of particles su...
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The synthesis of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTS) has been the focus of considerable research effort for more than twenty five years and it continues to receive increasing attention because of its importance to produce carbon nanotubes with suitable parameters for future applications. To the best of our knowledge this study presents for the f...
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Diamond is increasingly used in biomedical applications because of its unique properties such as the highest thermal conductivity, good optical properties, high electrical breakdown voltage as well as excellent biocompatibility and chemical resistance. Diamond has also been introduced as an excellent substrate to make the functional microchip struc...

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Main goal of this project is to gain knowledge about correlations between liquid water structure and dynamics of water molecules in wide time and size scales. Studies conducted in the frame of this project will allow taking global look into water structure and dynamics in its pure state, and also in two selected categories of modern functional materials gaining more importance in our daily life.