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Areas of Expertise:
Analytical chemistry and electrochemistry: voltammetry and anodic stripping voltammetry, analytical applications of microelectrodes, trace analysis of organic and inorganic compounds, pulse voltammetric techniques in electroanalysis, voltammetric and NMR studies of ionic transport, conformational transitions of ionic polymers, electrochemical studies of thermoresponsive polymeric gels, biopolymeric gels as sorbents for heavy metals ions.
Masiak, M., W. Hyk, Z. Stojek and M. Ciszkowska. "Structural Changes of Polyacids Initiated by Their Neutralization with Various Alkali Metal Hydroxides. Diffusion Studies in Poly(acrylic acids)." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111: 11194-200. (Books and Publications: Peer Reviewed Article) 2007
Hyk, W., M. Masiak, Z Stojek and M. Ciszkowska. "Diffusion of Uncharged Probe Reveals Structural Changes in Polyacids Initiated by Their Neutralization: Poly(Acrylic Acids)." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109: 4425-30. (Books and Publications: Peer Reviewed Article) 2005
Kazimierska, E. and M. Ciszkowska. "Transport Properties of Thermoresponsive Polymeric Gels Modified with Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles." 229th ACS National Meeting. San Diego, March 13-17. Abstract book. (Books and Publications: Other Article) 2005
Kazimierska, E.A. and M. Ciszkowska. "Thermoresponsive Poly-N-isopropylacrylamide Gels Modified with Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles for Electroanalytical Applications. 1. Preparation and Characterization." Electroanalysis 17: 1384-95. (Books and Publications: Peer Reviewed Article) 2005