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List of published articles - 1st Year
Characterization of products from pyrolysis of coal with the addition of
polyethylene terephthalate (FUPROC)
Effect of the dimethylsilyloxy co-monomer "D" on the chemistry of
polysiloxane pyrolysis to SiOC (JAAP)
Radiation- and self-ignition induced alterations of Permian uraniferous
coal from the abandoned Novátor mine waste dump (Czech Republic) (COGEL)
Structural changes in amber due to uranium mineralization (JENVRAD)
Vibrational spectroscopy with chromatographic methods in molecular
analyses of Moravian amber samples (Czech Republic) (MICROC)
List of published articles - 2nd Year
Rheological behaviour and thermal dilation effects of alumino-silicate adhesives intended for joining of high-temperature resistant sandwich structures (Journal of the European Ceramic Society,2016)
Co-pyrolysis of waste tire/coal mixtures for smokeless fuel, maltenes
and hydrogen-rich gas production (Energy Conversion and Management, 2017)
Effect of the properties of Silurian shales from the Barrandian Basin on
their methane sorption potential (Fuel, 2017)
List of published articles - 3th Year
Duxite – Fossil resin of Miocene age (Organic Geochemistry 2018)
Hydrocarbon condensates and argillites in the Eliška Mine burnt coal waste heap of the Žacléř coal district (Czech Republic): Products of high- and low-
temperature stages of self-ignition (International Journal of Coal Geology, 2018)
Distribution and Mobility Potential of Trace Elements in the Main Seam of the Most Coal Basin (International Journal of Coal Geology, 2018)
List of published articles - 4th Year
Characterization of Eocene fossil resin from Moravia, Czech Republic: Insights into macromolecular structure (Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 215, 176–186)
Assessment of geogenic input into Bilina stream sediments (Czech Republic) (Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 191:114)
Tuhé zbytky ze spalování uhlí ze sokolovské uhelné pánve a jejich unikátní složení (Paliva 11, 43–48)
Fosilní pryskyřice duxit, její chemické složení a vlastnosti (Zpravodaj Hnědé uhlí 2, 3–18)
Obsah stopových prvků v uhelné hmotě spodní a svrchní lávky hlavní sloje Mostecké pánve (Geoscience Research Reports 51, 43 – 45)
List of published articles - 5th Year
Geochemistry of shear zone-hosted uranium mineralisation at the Zadní Chodov uranium deposit (Bohemian Massif). ORE GEOLOGY REVIEWS 120, 103428.
Chemical characterization of mountain forest soils: impact of long-term atmospheric deposition loadings (Czech–Polish–German border region). ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH 27, 20344–20357.
Raman mapping of coal halos induced by uranium mineral radiation. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A: MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 246, 118996.
Analysis of beeswax adulteration with paraffin using GC/MS, FTIR-ATR and Raman spectroscopy. JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH.
Project name:CENTER OF TEXTURE ANALYSISRegistration number:CZ.2.16/3.1.00/21538
Fund:European Regional Development Fund
Program:Operational Program Prague - Competitiveness (OPPK)
Support area:3.1 Development of the innovation environment and partnership between the research and development platform and practice
Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics of Czech Academy of Sciences
01. 01. 2015 - 30. 09. 2015
- WHOLE SUPPORT CZK 19.219.767,00
- EUROPEAN UNION CZK 12.123.999,52
- CAPITAL CITY OF PRAGUE CZK 1.069.764,66
- CR's STATE BUDGET CZK 4.956.238,47
- RECONSTRUCTION OF THE AREAS OF THE CENTER TEXTURE ANALYSIS
- FURNISHING THE CENTER WITH LABORATORY AND OFFICE FURNITURE
- EQUIPPING THE CENTER WITH INSTRUMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
Build of the Center of Texture Analysis revealed many years of experience gained from studying the arrangement, composition, structure of organic and inorganic components in rocks and derived materials.
Current applications in geology and ecology are increasingly focusing on the deeper understanding of textures, both on structure, composition and properties of individual components with respect to the origin and formation of the materials studied, as well as the properties and behavior during natural, anthropogenic and technical processes, including ability sorption of organic compounds and trace elements, some of which pose a risk of environmental and human health. Taking into account the current trend is reasonable to assume that in the future the rights to such information will escalate.
The subject of the project of the Centre of Texture Analysis is creating conditions for scientific work, which corresponds to the highest world standards of science. The backbone will be complementary methods of optical microscopy and sorption analysis, that will work primarily characterized samples. The project aims to strengthen the top scientific positions in these areas to IRSM AS CR.