Marcin Opallo

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Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry

address: Kasprzaka 44/52, Warszawa, 01-224, Poland
phone: 482263232213320
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SMCBS 2003 Workshop

began: 2003-11-13
ended: 2003-11-16
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SMCBS 2003 Workshop

Silicate Modified Electrodes for Chemical Sensing

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SMCBS'2005 Workshop

began: 2005-11-06
ended: 2005-11-10
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SMCBS'2005 Workshop

Biphasic electrochemistry of ionic liquids deposited on the electrode surface

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SMCBS'2007 International Workshop

began: 2007-11-04
ended: 2007-11-10
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SMCBS'2009 International Workshop

began: 2009-11-06
ended: 2009-11-10
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SMCBS'2011 International Workshop

began: 2011-11-04
ended: 2011-11-08
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Nano and Advanced Materials Workshop and Fair

began: 2013-09-16
ended: 2013-09-19
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Nano and Advanced Materials Workshop and Fair

BIOPHOSENS: Carbon nanomaterials based electrochemical biosensor for detection of highly toxic organophosphate pesticides

Publications:


  1. A facile preparation of the nanoparticulate film from conductive and nonconductive particles of the opposite charge
  2. A role of phosphonium-phosphate ionic liquid in anion-sensing mechanism at toluene-modified electrode
  3. Ascorbic acid-oxygen biofuel cell and  zinc-oxygen cell based on carbon-silicate biocathode
  4. Bilirubin oxidase modified carbon ceramic electrode for bioelectrocatalytic reduction of dioxygen supplied from gas phase
  5. Bioelectrocatalytic dioxygen reduction at carbon nanotubes – silicate composite film modified electrode
  6. Bioelectrocatalytic electrode obtained by layer-by-layer assembling of sol-gel processed ionic liquid and hydrophilic carbon nanoparticles and adsorbed bilirubine oxidase
  7. BIOPHOSENS: Carbon nanomaterials based electrochemical biosensor for detection of highly toxic organophosphate pesticides
  8. Biphasic electrochemistry of ionic liquids deposited on the electrode surface
  9. Carbon Ceramic Electrode Modified with Redox Probe Solution in Hydrophobic Polar Solvents
  10. Covalently bonded ionic liquid modified electrodes
  11. Driving ion transfer across the toluene (trihexyl(tetradecyl)-phosphonium tris(pentafluoroethyl)trifluoro-phosphate) | water (electrolyte) interface with the MnTPP(III/II) redox system
  12. Electrocatalytic reduction of dioxygen by redox mediator and laccase immobilised in silicate thin film
  13. Ion transfer electrodes based on carbon nanofibers embedded in silicate film modified with room temperature ionic liquid
  14. Multistep electroreduction of fullerene C60 in 1,2-dichlorobenzene-water biphasic system
  15. Nanoobjects embedded in silicate films for biphasic electrodes
  16. One-step reduction and functionalization of graphene oxide sheets using biomimetic dopamine derivatives
  17. Pyrene functionalised single-walled carbon nanotubes for bioelectrocatalysis
  18. Room temperature ionic liquid based carbon paste electrode
  19. Scanning electrochemical microscopy study of laccase embedded in sol-gel processed silicate film
  20. Silicate Modified Electrodes for Chemical Sensing
  21. Titanium dioxide nanotube and enzyme-enhanced photo-bio-fuel cell



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