prof Renata Bilewicz

e-mail:
fax: +48-22-8225996
web: http://www.chem.uw.edu.pl/people/RBilewicz/
interest(s): electrochemistry, molecular recognition , interfaces, self-assembled and Langmuir Blodgett mono- and multilayers

Affiliation:


Warsaw University, Faculty of Chemistry

address: Pasteura 1, Warszawa, 02-093, Poland
phone: +48-22-8220211
fax: +48-22-8225996
web: http://www.chem.uw.edu.pl

Participant:


SMCBS 2003 Workshop

began: 2003-11-13
ended: 2003-11-16
Presented:

SMCBS 2003 Workshop

Modified Electrodes Based on Lipidic Cubic Phases

Participant:


SMCBS'2005 Workshop

began: 2005-11-06
ended: 2005-11-10
Presented:

SMCBS'2005 Workshop

New methods of immobilization of oxidases at electrodes

Participant:


18th Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry

began: 2006-08-20
ended: 2006-08-25
Presented:

18th Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry

Molecular Motions in New Catenanes

Participant:


SMCBS'2007 International Workshop

began: 2007-11-04
ended: 2007-11-10
Presented:

Participant:


SMCBS'2009 International Workshop

began: 2009-11-06
ended: 2009-11-10
Presented:

SMCBS'2009 International Workshop

Carbon nanotube nanostructured electrodes for membrane – less biofuel cell based on liquid-crystalline phases as matrices for enzymes

Participant:


SMCBS'2011 International Workshop

began: 2011-11-04
ended: 2011-11-08
Presented:

SMCBS'2011 International Workshop

Recent developments in enzymatic biofuel cells

Publications:


  1. A glucose/O2 biofuel cell based on electrodes modified with liquid-crystalline cubic phases
  2. Biofuel cell based on arylated carbon nanotubes
  3. Biofuel cell based on carbon nanotubes with covalently bonded laccase and glucose dehydrogenase embedded in cubic phase
  4. Carbon nanotube nanostructured electrodes for membrane – less biofuel cell based on liquid-crystalline phases as matrices for enzymes
  5. Cyclodextrins as molecular recognition elements in monolayers
  6. Designing of cathodes modified with enzymes for the biofuel cell applications
  7. Electron transport through alkanethiolate films decorated with monolayer-protected gold clusters
  8. Fine-tuning of properties of bismacrocyclic dinuclear cyclidene receptors by N-methylation.
  9. Free-radical adsorption as a method of binding gold nanoparticles to gold electrode surfaces.
  10. Lipidic cubic phase for immobilising enzymes on electrodes
  11. Modified Electrodes Based on Lipidic Cubic Phases
  12. Molecular Motions in New Catenanes
  13. Nanostructured Carbon Electrodes For Oxygen Reduction Catalyzed By Laccase Without any Mediators
  14. New methods of immobilization of oxidases at electrodes
  15. Properties of monolayers of azocrown ethers: Ph -tunable equilibria for compounds with substituents containing mobile protons
  16. Recent developments in enzymatic biofuel cells
  17. Redox processes of dithiolated tetraazamacrocyclic complexes of Ni(II) and Cu(II) in solution and immobilized on gold electrodes
  18. Tetraazamacrocyclic copper(II) and nickel(II) complexes in host - guest systems.



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