Samanta Witomska

Samanta Witomska
Adam Mickiewicz University | UAM · Department of Organometallic Chemistry

PhD

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Education
October 2013 - June 2015
Adam Mickiewicz University
Field of study
  • Material Chemistry
October 2010 - June 2013
Adam Mickiewicz University
Field of study
  • Chemistry

Publications

Publications (15)
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Pollution of wastewater with heavy metal-ions represents one of the most severe environmental problems associated with the societal development. To overcome this issue, the design of new, highly efficient systems...
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Supercapacitor energy storage devices recently garnered considerable attention due to their cost-effectiveness, eco-friendly nature, high power density, moderate energy density and long-term cycle stability. Such figures of merit render supercapacitors unique energy sources to power portable electronic devices. Among various energy storage material...
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Green and sustainable chemistry approaches necessitate an ongoing investigation towards new, environmentally benign and selective catalysts. We have thus prepared a new benzothiazole-scaffolded hydrazone Schiff base ligand L and coordinated it with copper(II) ions leading to five different complexes, the form of which in the solid state is counteri...
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In this study, we have developed a novel mesoporous SiO2 - graphene oxide hybrid material (SiO2NH2-GO) as highly efficient adsorbent for removal of cationic organic dyes from water. The fabrication of such a three-dimensional (3D) SiO2NH2-GO composite has been achieved via the condensation reaction between the amine units exposed on 3-aminopropyl-f...
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2D materials (2DMs), which can be produced by exfoliating bulk crystals of layered materials, display unique optical and electrical properties, making them attractive components for a wide range of technological applications. This review describes the most recent developments in the production of high‐quality 2DMs based inks using liquid‐phase exfo...
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Towards the introduction of fast faradaic pseudocapacitive behavior and the increase of the specific capacitance of carbon-based electrodes, we have covalently functionalized graphene oxide with a redox active thiourea-formaldehyde polymer yield-ing a multifunctional hybrid system. The multiscale physical and chemical characterization of the novel...
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Alkoxysilanes find application in many areas of chemistry ranging from research-scale organic synthesis to multi-ton production of materials. Classically, they are obtained in stoichiometric reaction of alcoholysis of chlorosilanes, however, recent years brought development in the field of direct dehydrogenative coupling of hydrosilanes with alcoho...
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The development of pressure sensors is crucial for the implementation of electronic skins and for health monitoring integrated into novel wearable devices. Tremendous effort is devoted toward improving their sensitivity, e.g., by employing microstructured electrodes or active materials through cumbersome processes. Here, a radically new type of pie...
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Herein, we present synthesis and characterization of new ligand with N2O‐donor moiety based on benzothiazole unit and its two complexes with Cu(II) cations. X‐ray diffraction measurements revealed solid state structures of presented compounds as mono‐ and dinuclear entities. Both complexes appeared to be highly effective catalysts in oxidation proc...
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Highly porous foams based on graphene oxide functionalized with polyethylenimine are generated and used with unprecedented efficiency for adsorbing heavy metal ions. A multiscale analysis of the GO-BPEI nanocomposite provided evidence for the covalent grafting of BPEI on GO and the formation of low crystalline porous foams. The uptake experiments r...
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The first example of sodium triethylborohydride-catalyzed C(sp)−H bond silylation is reported. Reaction of aromatic and aliphatic alkynes with aromatic hydrosilanes and hydrosiloxanes proceeded in a highly selective manner to give dehydrocoupling products. Competitive hydrosilylation of the terminal alkyne did not occur as a side-reaction. In view...
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The first example of sodium triethylborohydride-catalysed hydrosilylation of alkenes is reported. The hydrosilylation of certain alkenes, in particular styrenes, vinylsilanes and allyl glycidyl ether, with aromatic hydrosilanes proceeded in a highly regioselective manner to give Markovnikov products. It is significant that several protocols use NaH...
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Condensation of 1-methyl-2-imidazolecarboxaldehyde with 2-(1-methylhydrazinyl)pyridine results in the synthesis of new, tridentate Schiff-base ligand L, which readily reacts with CoCl2 to form a monometallic [CoLCl2] complex that, upon reduction, functions as active hydrosilylation catalyst. The ligand and the [CoLCl2] catalyst have been characteri...

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