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52nd Heyrovský Discussions
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  Assoc. Prof. Tomáš Navrátil, PhD.
  Assoc. Prof. Miroslav Fojta, PhD.
  tomas.navratil@jh-inst.cas.cz
  Fojta@ibp.cz, hd2019@jh-inst.cas.cz
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Electrochemical investigation of organic compounds, biopolymers and studies
of mechanisms of related electrode processes are the main topic
of the 52nd Heyrovský Discussion with the following subtopics:

Structure-reactivity relationship in redox-active molecular systems
  • redox mechanistic studies of organic and coordination compounds
  • bond activation by electron transfer
  • electron transfer in molecules with multiple redox centers
  • correlation of experimental data with theoretical calculations

  • Electrochemistry and electroanalysis of drugs, bioactive compounds, genotoxic and ecotoxic substances
  • traditional vs. novel electrode materials
  • combination of electrochemistry with other techniques
        (e.g., spectroscopic methods)

  • novel electrochemical (bio)sensors/(bio)assays and their applications

  • Biopolymer electrochemistry
  • electrochemistry of natural, chemically modified and synthetic nucleic acids
  • protein electrochemistry and electroanalysis: structure and interaction effects
  • catalytic hydrogen evolution and other catalytic processes employed
        in biopolymer electrochemistry

  • electrochemistry of natural and chemically modified carbohydrates

  • Biological membranes, their mimics and transporting processes
  • transporting processes across membranes
  • transport through nanopores

  • Novel materials and nanotechnology for electrochemical sensors
  • electrode materials and surface modifications
  • nanostructured surfaces for electrochemical (bio)sensing
  • nanoobjects for biopolymer labeling

  •    and others...


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