Magdalena Osial, PhD

Department of Theory of Continuous Media and Nanostructures (ZTOCiN)
Research Team: Nanomaterials for Applications in Electronics and Biomedicine (ZeBNZEiB)
position: Assistant Professor
telephone: (+48) 22 826 12 81 ext.: 210/463
room: 209/228
e-mail: mosial

Recent publications
1.Osial M., Ha G., Vu V., Nguyen P., Nieciecka D., Pietrzyk‑Thel P., Urbanek O., Olusegun S., Wilczewski S., Giersig M., Do H., Dinh T., One-pot synthesis of magnetic hydroxyapatite (SPION/HAp) for 5-fluorouracil delivery and magnetic hyperthermia, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, ISSN: 1388-0764, DOI: 10.1007/s11051-023-05916-x, Vol.26, No.7, pp.1-23, 2024
Abstract:

This work presents the synthesis and characterization of a composite made of superparamagnetic iron oxide and hydroxyapatite nanoparticles (SPION/HAp) with a well-developed surface for loading anticancer drugs and for use in magnetic hyperthermia and local chemotherapy. The proposed material was obtained by an easy one-pot co-precipitation method with a controlled ratio of SPION to HAp. The morphology was studied by SEM and TEM, indicating rod-like structures for high HAp content in the composite and granule-like structures with increasing SPION. Its crystallinity, elemental composition, and functional groups were determined by X-ray diffraction, EDS, and FT-IR, respectively. The nanocomposite was then stabilized with citrates (CA), polyethylene glycol (PEG), and folic acid (FA) as agents to improve intracellular absorption, while turbidimetric studies confirmed that only citrates effectively stabilized the magnetic carriers to form a colloidal suspension. Subsequently, 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) was loaded into the magnetic carriers and tested in vitro using the L-929 cell line. The studies showed no cytotoxicity of the citrate-stabilized suspension against fibroblasts and some cytotoxicity after 5-FU release. In addition to in vitro studies, the composite was also tested on biomimetic membranes made of DOPC, DOPE, cholesterol, and DOPS lipids using Langmuir trough. The results show that the resulting suspension interacts with biomimetic membranes, while magnetic hyperthermia studies confirm effective heat generation to achieve therapeutic 42–46 °C and improve drug release from magnetic carriers.

Keywords:

SPION, Hydroxyapatite, Magnetic hyperthermia, Drug delivery, 5-fluorouracil, Biomimetic membranes, Nanostructures, Cancer treatment

Affiliations:
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Ha G.-other affiliation
Vu V.-other affiliation
Nguyen P.-other affiliation
Nieciecka D.-other affiliation
Pietrzyk‑Thel P.-IPPT PAN
Urbanek O.-IPPT PAN
Olusegun S.-other affiliation
Wilczewski S.-other affiliation
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
Do H.-other affiliation
Dinh T.-other affiliation
2.Olusegun Sunday J., Souza Guilhermina de O., Sutuła S., Osial M., Krajewski M., Pękała M., Sobczak K., Felis E., Krysiński P., Methotrexate anti-cancer drug removal using Gd-doped Fe3O4: Adsorption mechanism, thermal desorption and reusability, Groundwater for Sustainable Development, ISSN: 2352-801X, DOI: 10.1016/j.gsd.2024.101103, Vol.25, pp.1-9, 2024
Keywords:

Adsorption, Thermal desorption, Gd-doped Fe3O4, Methotrexate

Affiliations:
Olusegun Sunday J.-other affiliation
Souza Guilhermina de O.-other affiliation
Sutuła S.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Krajewski M.-other affiliation
Pękała M.-other affiliation
Sobczak K.-other affiliation
Felis E.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
3.Pręgowska A., Osial M., Gajda A., What will the education of the future look like? How have Metaverse and Extended Reality affected the higher education systems?, Metaverse Basic and Applied Research, ISSN: 2953-4577, DOI: 10.56294/mr202457, Vol.3, No.57, pp.1-13, 2024
Keywords:

Metaverse, STEM, Extended Reality, Education System

Affiliations:
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Gajda A.-other affiliation
4.Garlinska M., Osial M., Proniewska K., Pregowska A., The Influence of Emerging Technologies on Distance Education, Electronics , ISSN: 2079-9292, DOI: 10.3390/electronics12071550, Vol.12, No.7, pp.1550-1-29, 2023
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The Influence of Emerging Technologies on Distance Education
by Magdalena Garlinska
1,†, Magdalena Osial
1 [ORCID] , Klaudia Proniewska
2,3 [ORCID] and Agnieszka Pregowska
1,*,† [ORCID]
1
Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Pawinskiego 5B, 02-106 Warsaw, Poland
2
Center for Digital Medicine and Robotics, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Kopernika 7E Str., 31-034 Krakow, Poland
3
Department of Bioinformatics and Telemedicine, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Medyczna 7 Str., 30-688 Krakow, Poland
*
Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.

These authors contributed equally to this work.
Electronics 2023, 12(7), 1550; https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics12071550
Received: 17 February 2023 / Revised: 22 March 2023 / Accepted: 23 March 2023 / Published: 25 March 2023
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Feature Papers in Computer Science & Engineering)
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Abstract
Recently, during the COVID-19 pandemic, distance education became mainstream. Many students were not prepared for this situation—they lacked equipment or were not even connected to the Internet. Schools and government institutions had to react quickly to allow students to learn remotely. They had to provide students with equipment (e.g., computers, tablets, and goggles) but also provide them with access to the Internet and other necessary tools. On the other hand, teachers were trying to adopt new technologies in the teaching process to enable more interactivity, mitigate feelings of isolation and disconnection, and enhance student engagement. New technologies, including Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), Extended Reality (XR, so-called Metaverse), Big Data, Blockchain, and Free Space Optics (FSO) changed learning, teaching, and assessing. Despite that, some tools were implemented fast, and the COVID-19 pandemic was the trigger for this process; most of these technologies will be used further, even in classroom teaching in both schools and universities. This paper presents a concise review of the emerging technologies applied in distance education. The main emphasis was placed on their influence on the efficiency of the learning process and their psychological impact on users. It turned out that both students and teachers were satisfied with remote learning, while in the case of undergraduate children and high-school students, parents very often expressed their dissatisfaction. The limitation of the availability of remote learning is related to access to stable Internet and computer equipment, which turned out to be a rarity. In the current social context, the obtained results provided valuable insights into factors affecting the acceptance and emerging technologies applied in distance education. Finally, this paper suggests a research direction for the development of effective remote learning techniques.

Keywords:

distance education, artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, free space optics (FSO), blockchain, big data

Affiliations:
Garlinska M.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Proniewska K.-Jagiellonian University (PL)
Pregowska A.-IPPT PAN
5.Abramowicz M., Osial M., Urbańska W., Walicki M., Wilczewski S., Pręgowska A., Skórczewska K., Jenczyk P., Warczak M., Pisarek M., Giersig M., Upcycling of Acid-Leaching Solutions from Li-Ion Battery Waste Treatment through the Facile Synthesis of Magnetorheological Fluid, Molecules, ISSN: 1420-3049, DOI: 10.3390/molecules28062558, Vol.28, No.6, pp.2558-1-2558-16, 2023
Abstract:

The rapidly growing production and usage of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) dramatically raises the number of harmful wastes. Consequently, the LIBs waste management processes, taking into account reliability, efficiency, and sustainability criteria, became a hot issue in the context of environmental protection as well as the scarcity of metal resources. In this paper, we propose for the first time a functional material—a magnetorheological fluid (MRF) from the LIBs-based liquid waste containing heavy metal ions. At first, the spent battery waste powder was treated with acid-leaching, where the post-treatment acid-leaching solution (ALS) contained heavy metal ions including cobalt. Then, ALS was used during wet co-precipitation to obtain cobalt-doped superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) and as an effect, the harmful liquid waste was purified from cobalt. The obtained nanoparticles were characterized with SEM, TEM, XPS, and magnetometry. Subsequently, superparamagnetic nanoparticles sized 15 nm average in diameter and magnetization saturation of about 91 emu g−1 doped with Co were used to prepare the MRF that increases the viscosity by about 300% in the presence of the 100 mT magnetic fields. We propose a facile and cost-effective way to utilize harmful ALS waste and use them in the preparation of superparamagnetic particles to be used in the magnetorheological fluid. This work describes for the first time the second life of the battery waste in the MRF and a facile way to remove the harmful ingredients from the solutions obtained after the acid leaching of LIBs as an effective end-of-life option for hydrometallurgical waste utilization.

Keywords:

environment protection SPION, battery waste, toxic waste management, direct recycling, sustainability, circular economy, critical raw materials

Affiliations:
Abramowicz M.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Walicki M.-other affiliation
Wilczewski S.-IPPT PAN
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Skórczewska K.-other affiliation
Jenczyk P.-IPPT PAN
Warczak M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Pisarek M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
6.Wilczewski S., Skórczewska K., Tomaszewska J., Osial M., Dąbrowska A., Nikiforow K., Jenczyk P., Grzywacz H., Graphene Modification by Curcuminoids as an Effective Method to Improve the Dispersion and Stability of PVC/Graphene Nanocomposites, Molecules, ISSN: 1420-3049, DOI: 10.3390/molecules28083383, Vol.28, No.8, pp.1-25, 2023
Keywords:

graphene, curcuminoids, poly(vinyl chloride), nanocomposites stability, polymer films

Affiliations:
Wilczewski S.-other affiliation
Skórczewska K.-other affiliation
Tomaszewska J.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Dąbrowska A.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Nikiforow K.-other affiliation
Jenczyk P.-IPPT PAN
Grzywacz H.-IPPT PAN
7.Olusegun S., Osial M., Souza Taiane G., Krajewski M., Rodrigues G.L.S., Pękała M., Krysiński P., Comparative characteristics and enhanced removal of tetracycline and ceftriaxone by Fe3 O 4 -lignin and Fe 3 O4 -carbon-based lignin: Mechanism, thermodynamic evaluation, and DFT calculation, Journal of Molecular Liquids, ISSN: 0167-7322, DOI: 10.1016/j.molliq.2022.121075, Vol.371, No.121075, pp.1-16, 2023
Abstract:

In this study, eco-friendly Fe3O4-lignin (FeL) and Fe3O4-carbon-based lignin (FeCL) were synthesized, characterized, and applied for the adsorption of tetracycline (TRC) and ceftriaxone (CEF). Comparative characterization showed that the BET-specific surface area of FeCL is 27 m2/g more than that of FeL. The difference in their morphologies is insignificant, and the particle sizes range between 5 and 15 nm. There is a reduction in the oxygen content and hydroxyl group of FeCL as shown from the EDS and FTIR spectra respectively, compared with FeL. The adsorption capacity for the removal of TRC at 333 K is 156 and 148 mg g−1 by FeL and FeCL, respectively; while that of CEF are virtually the same. FeL and FeCL adsorption capacity for TRC increases with temperatures (endothermic), but decreases (exothermic) for CEF. The combination of experimental and computational approaches gave insight into the mechanisms of the adsorption process. The mechanisms of TRC and CEF adsorption by FeL and FeCL are the electrostatic attraction, hydrophobic, and π-π interaction, while only FeL shows the possibility of hydrogen bond with both TRC and CEF. The study demonstrated that the synthesized material can be reused for up to 3 cycles without an alarming loss of efficiency capacity.
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Keywords:

Lignin,antibiotics,Adsorption mechanisms,Thermodynamics

Affiliations:
Olusegun S.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Souza Taiane G.-other affiliation
Krajewski M.-other affiliation
Rodrigues G.L.S.-other affiliation
Pękała M.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
8.Olusegun S., Souza Taiane G., Souza Guilhermina de O., Osial M., Mohallem Nelcy D., Ciminelli Virginia S., Krysiński P., Iron-based materials for the adsorption and photocatalytic degradation of pharmaceutical drugs: A comprehensive review of the mechanism pathway, Journal of Water Process Engineering, ISSN: 2214-7144, DOI: 10.1016/j.jwpe.2022.103457, Vol.51, No.103457, pp.1-22, 2023
Abstract:

Adsorption and photocatalytic degradation techniques for removing various contaminants have received broad consideration and acceptance due to their advantages over conventional wastewater treatment techniques. Iron- based materials are among several groups of adsorbents, and photocatalysts that have proven to be effective in pharmaceuticals-based pollutants removal from wastewater. Pharmaceutical drug removal is accompanied by several mechanisms, so there is a deep need for a better understanding of the complexity and development of wastewater treatment using iron-based materials. Therefore, this review examined the mechanism of adsorption
and photocatalysis degradation of pharmaceuticals in aqueous solutions by iron-based materials. The adsorption of pharmaceutical drugs was found to be influenced by changes in the solution pH. The mechanism of removal of
these contaminants by iron-based materials through adsorption occurred via electrostatic, π-π, and hydrogen bond interactions among others. In the case of photocatalysis, the first mechanism occurred through the for-
mation the hydroxyl radicals due to highly reactive species (electrons and holes) that partook in the reaction processes, while the second mechanism is related to the formation of hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, by photo-
generated electrons in the conduction band and with the well-known photo dissolution of iron oxide leading to free Fe2+ and Fe3+ ions. The overall idea of this review is to provide useful information on the mechanisms of
adsorption and photocatalytic degradation of pharmaceutical contaminants using iron-based materials. The re-view summarizes the current understanding and the advances in the pharmaceutical-bearing effluent treatment using nanostructured adsorbents and photocatalysts, including future developments for a cleaner and safer environment.

Keywords:

Mechanism,Iron-based materials,Pharmaceutical drugs,Adsorption,Photo(degradation)

Affiliations:
Olusegun S.-other affiliation
Souza Taiane G.-other affiliation
Souza Guilhermina de O.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Mohallem Nelcy D.-other affiliation
Ciminelli Virginia S.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
9.Pietrzyk P., Borowska E., Hejduk P., Camargo Cury B., Warczak M., Nguyen Thu P., Pregowska A., Gniadek M., Szczytko J., Wilczewski S., Osial M., Green composites based on volcanic red algae Cyanidiales, cellulose, and coffee waste biomass modified with magnetic nanoparticles for the removal of methylene blue, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, ISSN: 1614-7499, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-023-26425-3, pp.1-15, 2023
10.Dąbrowska A., Kipa S., Vasilopoulos M., Osial M., The comparative study by Raman spectroscopy of the plastic tide in the three ports of the Mediterranean Sea, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, ISSN: 1614-7499, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-023-30973-z, pp.1-13, 2023
Keywords:

Raman spectroscopy, Marine microplastics, Mediterranean Sea, Polymer leakage, Electrochemical analysis

Affiliations:
Dąbrowska A.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Kipa S.-other affiliation
Vasilopoulos M.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
11.Urbańska W., Janda A., Osial M., Słowikowski M., Sustainable Municipal Waste Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic—A Case Study of Poland, Resources , ISSN: 2079-9276, DOI: 10.3390/resources12070076, Vol.12, No.76, pp.1-16, 2023
Abstract:

With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the waste management sector had to face new challenges, e.g., changes in the size and composition of the waste stream, or the presence of potentially infectious waste. This article is based on a case study in Poland. The data analysis showed that the increase in municipal waste mass during the pandemic did not differ from statistics observed in previous years and ranged from 0.3 to 0.5 million tons per year. Lifestyle changes caused a decrease in the amount of waste generated outside households. Social migrations contributed to rapid changes in the mass of waste generated in selected agglomerations by up to 80 kg/capita. In the waste stream,significant amounts of specific groups of waste related to the pandemic (“corona waste”) as well as
packaging and food waste were noted. Despite the pandemic, in 2020, Poland recorded an increase
in selective waste collection by 6.7 percentage points (pp.) Data on municipal waste management showed an increase in the mass of waste sent for recycling by 0.7 million tons, while the mass of landfilled waste decreased by 0.3 million tons. The observed positive changes in waste management allow the implementation of sustainable development assumptions to a greater extent.

Keywords:

municipal waste, waste management, COVID-19 pandemic, circular economy

Affiliations:
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Janda A.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Słowikowski M.-other affiliation
12.Działak P., Syczewski Marcin D., Błachowski A., Kornaus K., Bajda T., Zych , Osial M., Borkowski A., Surface modification of magnetic nanoparticles by bacteriophages and ionic liquids precursors, RSC Advances, ISSN: 2046-2069, DOI: 10.1039/d2ra06661k, Vol.13, pp.926-936 , 2023
Abstract:

Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) have recently been a point of interest for many researchers due to their properties. However, the studies on the influence of bacteriophages on the synthesis of MNPs seem to be lacking. Furthermore, bacteriophage-modified MNPs have not been combined with n-alkyl quaternary ammonium ionic liquid precursors (QAS). In this study, the aim was to assess the influence of two distinctly different bacteriophages (Escherichia phage P1 and Pseudomonas phage Φ6) on MNPs synthesis in the presence or absence of QAS. Synthesized MNPs have been characterized with X-ray diffraction (XRD) and Mössbauer spectroscopy in terms of changes in the crystallographic structure; scanning electron microscopy (SEM) for changes in the morphology; and ζ-potential. Moreover, the sorption parameters and the loss of viability of bacteria that interacted with MNPs have been determined. The sorption of bacteria differs significantly among the tested samples. Furthermore, the viability of the bacteria adsorbed on MNPs varies in the presence of QAS, depending on the length of the n-alkyl chain. The study has revealed that MNPs can be bound with bacteriophages. Mössbauer spectroscopy has also revealed the probable influence of bacteriophages on the formation of crystals. However, these phenomena require further studies.

Affiliations:
Działak P.-other affiliation
Syczewski Marcin D.-other affiliation
Błachowski A.-other affiliation
Kornaus K.-other affiliation
Bajda T.-other affiliation
Zych -other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Borkowski A.-other affiliation
13.Mercurio M., Olusegun Sunday J., Malińska K., Wystalska K., Sobik-Szołtysek J., Dąbrowska A., Krysiński P., Osial M., Removal of tetracycline and rhodamine from aqueous systems by pristine biochar derived from poultry manure, Desalination and Water Treatment, ISSN: 1944-3994, DOI: 10.5004/dwt.2023.29238, Vol.288, pp.72-86, 2023
14.Do Thi H., Nguyen Thu P., Pham Xuan C., Nguyen Hong N., Le Phuong T., Nguyen Thi Thu T., Nguyen Thi T., Pham Thi N., Osial M., Dinh Thi Mai T., Hydroxyapatite/superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles nanocomposite for Congo red adsorption, Desalination and Water Treatment, ISSN: 1944-3994, DOI: 10.5004/dwt.2023.29630, pp.1-15, 2023
Keywords:

Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles/hydroxyapatite (SPION/HAp), Magnetic nanoparticles, Apatite ore, Adsorption, Congo red, Wastewater treatment

Affiliations:
Do Thi H.-other affiliation
Nguyen Thu P.-other affiliation
Pham Xuan C.-other affiliation
Nguyen Hong N.-other affiliation
Le Phuong T.-other affiliation
Nguyen Thi Thu T.-other affiliation
Nguyen Thi T.-other affiliation
Pham Thi N.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Dinh Thi Mai T.-other affiliation
15.Pietrzyk-Thel P., Osial M., Pręgowska A., Abramowicz M., Nguyen Thu P., Urbańska W., Giersig M., SPIONs doped with cobalt from the Li-ion battery acid leaching waste as a photocatalyst for tetracycline degradation - synthesis, characterization, DFT studies, and antibiotic treatment, Desalination and Water Treatment, ISSN: 1944-3994, DOI: 10.5004/dwt.2023.29795, Vol.305, pp.155-173, 2023
Keywords:

Spent lithium-ion batteries, LiBs, Acid leaching, SPION, Magnetic nanomaterials, Metals recovery, Superparamagnetic, Waste management, Functional materials

Affiliations:
Pietrzyk-Thel P.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Abramowicz M.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Nguyen Thu P.-other affiliation
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
16.Osial M., Pregowska A., Warczak M., Giersig M., Magnetorheological fluids: A concise review of composition, physicochemical properties, and models, JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT MATERIAL SYSTEMS AND STRUCTURES, ISSN: 1045-389X, DOI: 10.1177/1045389X231157357, pp.1-21, 2023
Keywords:

Magnetorheological Fluids (MRF), rheology, smart materials, intelligent fluid, functional materials

Affiliations:
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Pregowska A.-IPPT PAN
Warczak M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
17.Dagdelen S., Maćkiewicz M., Osial M., Wałęka-Bargieł E., Romański J., Krysiński P., Karbarz M., Redox-Responsive Degradable Microgel Modified with Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles Exhibiting Controlled, Hyperthermia-Enhanced Drug Release, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE, ISSN: 0022-2461, DOI: 10.1007/s10853-023-08168-1, pp.1-21, 2023
18.Krajewski M., Pietrzyk P., Osial M., Liou S., Kubacki J., Iron–Iron Oxide Core–Shell Nanochains as High-Performance Adsorbents of Crystal Violet and Congo Red Dyes from Aqueous Solutions, LANGMUIR, ISSN: 0743-7463, DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.3c00967, Vol.39, No.23, pp.8367-8377, 2023
Abstract:

The main aim of this work was to use the iron–iron oxide nanochains (Fe NCs) as adsorbents of the carcinogenic cationic crystal violet (CV) and anionic Congo red (CR) dyes from water. The investigated adsorbent was prepared by a magnetic-field-induced reduction reaction, and it revealed a typical core–shell structure. It was composed of an iron core covered by a thin Fe3O4 shell (<4 nm). The adsorption measurements conducted with UV–vis spectroscopy revealed that 15 mg of Fe NCs constituted an efficient dose to be used in the CV and CR treatment. The highest effectiveness of CV and CR removal was found for a contact time of 90 min at pH 7 and 150 min at pH 8, respectively. Kinetic studies indicated that the adsorption followed the pseudo-first-order kinetic model. The adsorption process followed the Temkin model for both dyes taking into account the highest value of the R2 coefficient, whereas in the case of CR, the Redlich–Peterson model could be also considered. The maximal adsorption capacity estimated from the Langmuir isotherms for the CV and CR was 778.47 and 348.46 mg g–1, respectively. Based on the Freundlich model, both dyes adsorbed on the Fe NCs through chemisorption, but Coulombic interactions between the dye and adsorbent cannot be excluded in the case of the CV dye. The obtained results proved that the investigated Fe NCs had an excellent adsorption ability for both dye molecules within five cycles of adsorption/desorption, and therefore, they can be considered as a promising material for water purification and environmental applications.

Affiliations:
Krajewski M.-IPPT PAN
Pietrzyk P.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Liou S.-University of Maryland (US)
Kubacki J.-Silesian University of Technology (PL)
19.Thu Vu M., Nguyen Ngan Thi T., Hung Quang T., Pham-Truong T., Osial M., Decorse P., Nguyen Thi T., Piro B., Vu Thi T., Insights into Structural Behaviors of Thiolated and Aminated Reduced Graphene Oxide Supports to Understand Their Effect on MOR Efficiency, LANGMUIR, ISSN: 0743-7463, DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.3c01446, Vol.39, No.39, pp.13897-13907, 2023
20.Siekierka P., Makarewicz E., Wilczewski S., Lewandowski K., Skórczewska K., Mirowski J., Osial M., Composite of Poly(Vinyl Chloride) Plastisol and Wood Flour as a Potential Coating Material, Coatings, ISSN: 2079-6412, DOI: 10.3390/coatings13111892, Vol.13, No.1892, pp.1-19, 2023
Keywords:

poly(vinyl chloride) plastisol, wood flour, polymer-wood composite film

Affiliations:
Siekierka P.-other affiliation
Makarewicz E.-other affiliation
Wilczewski S.-other affiliation
Lewandowski K.-other affiliation
Skórczewska K.-other affiliation
Mirowski J.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
21.Osial M., Wilczewski S., Szulc J., Nguyen Hai D., Nguyen Thi Kieu O., Skórczewska K., Majkowska-Pilip A., Żelechowska-Matysiak K., Nieciecka D., Pręgowska A., Nguyen Thu P., Tymoszuk A., Kulus D., Giersig M., Nanohydroxyapatite Loaded with 5-Fluorouracil and Calendula officinalis L. Plant Extract Rich in Myo-Inositols for Treatment of Ovarian Cancer Cells, Coatings, ISSN: 2079-6412, DOI: 10.3390/coatings13111944, Vol.13, No.1944, pp.1-21, 2023
Keywords:

hydroxyapatite, myo-inositol, 5-fluorouracil, anticancer treatment, SKOV-3, calendula extract, Langmuir trough

Affiliations:
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Wilczewski S.-other affiliation
Szulc J.-other affiliation
Nguyen Hai D.-other affiliation
Nguyen Thi Kieu O.-other affiliation
Skórczewska K.-other affiliation
Majkowska-Pilip A.-other affiliation
Żelechowska-Matysiak K.-other affiliation
Nieciecka D.-other affiliation
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Nguyen Thu P.-other affiliation
Tymoszuk A.-other affiliation
Kulus D.-other affiliation
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
22.Olusegun S., Osial M., Majkowska-Pilip A., Żelechowska-Matysiak K., Nieciecka D., Krajewski M., Pękała M., Krysiński P., Synthesis and characterization of Sr2+ and Gd3+ doped magnetite nanoparticles for magnetic hyperthermia and drug delivery application, CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, ISSN: 0272-8842, DOI: 10.1016/j.ceramint.2023.03.102, pp.1-10, 2023
Abstract:

Commendable efforts have been gingered towards the fight against cancer. Nevertheless, it remains a major public health concern due to its predominant cause of death globally. Given this, we synthesized two different nanoparticles, Sr2+ and Gd3+ doped magnetite for magnetic hyperthermia and drug delivery application. Based on the characterization, the diffractogram shows that only one phase related to magnetite with a crystallite size of 10 nm was formed. TEM images revealed nanoparticles of spherical shapes of approximately 12 nm. There is no difference in magnetic saturation of the as-received synthesized samples (Fe3O4@Sr and Fe3O4@Gd), while the BET-specific surface area of Fe3O4@Gd is 8 m2 g−1 higher than Fe3O4@Sr. The heat generation in alternating magnetic field (the magnetic hyperthermia) of Fe3O4@Sr functionalized with citric acid and loaded with 5- fluorouracil (Fe3O4@Sr@CA@5-flu) is slower than Fe3O4@Gd@CA@5-flu. The specific absorption rate (SAR) of Fe3O4@Gd@CA@5-flu, 112.0 ± 10.4 W g−1 was found to be higher than that of Fe3O4@Sr@CA@5-flu. The thermogram shows that 11% of the drug was successfully loaded on Fe3O4@Gd@CA@5-flu. The release of the antitumor drug by the synthesized nanoparticle drug carriers for ovarian cancer (SKOV-3 cells) therapy showed that more than 50% of the cancer cell’s viability was reduced after 72 h of incubation. The synthesized nanoparticles demonstrated a promising drug carrier for the treatment of SKOV-3 cells.

Affiliations:
Olusegun S.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Majkowska-Pilip A.-other affiliation
Żelechowska-Matysiak K.-other affiliation
Nieciecka D.-other affiliation
Krajewski M.-other affiliation
Pękała M.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
23.Nguyen Phuong T., Wilczewski S., Lewandowski J., Majkowska-Pilip A., Żelechowska-Matysiak K., Nieciecka D., Studziński W., Olusegun Joseph S., Syczewski M., Giersig M., Dinh Thi Mai T., Krysiński P., Osial M., 5-fluorouracil and curcuminoids extract from Curcuma longa L. loaded into nanohydroxyapatite as a drug delivery carrier for SKOV-3 and HepG2 cancer cells treatment, CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, ISSN: 0272-8842, DOI: 10.1016/j.ceramint.2023.05.123, pp.1-13, 2023
Keywords:

Drug delivery, Hydroxyapatite, Anticancer, 5-fluorouracil, Curcuminoids, Nanocomposite

Affiliations:
Nguyen Phuong T.-other affiliation
Wilczewski S.-other affiliation
Lewandowski J.-other affiliation
Majkowska-Pilip A.-other affiliation
Żelechowska-Matysiak K.-other affiliation
Nieciecka D.-other affiliation
Studziński W.-other affiliation
Olusegun Joseph S.-other affiliation
Syczewski M.-other affiliation
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
Dinh Thi Mai T.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
24.Nguyen Phuong T., Nguyen Hong N., Cao Hong T., Dang Dac Vu Q., Le Phuong T., Do Hai T., Osial M., Giersig M., Dinh Thanh Thi M., Apatite Ore-based Nanostructures: Novel and Eco-friendly Sorbent for Efficient Removal of Wastewater Containing Pb2+ and Fe3+, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution , ISSN: 1573-2932, DOI: 10.1007/s11270-023-06547-7, Vol.234, No.550, pp.1-18, 2023
Keywords:

Nanostructural hydroxyapatite, Apatite ore, Wastewater treatment, Heavy metal ions removal, Novel eco-friendly adsorbent, Adsorption

Affiliations:
Nguyen Phuong T.-other affiliation
Nguyen Hong N.-other affiliation
Cao Hong T.-other affiliation
Dang Dac Vu Q.-other affiliation
Le Phuong T.-other affiliation
Do Hai T.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
Dinh Thanh Thi M.-other affiliation
25.Wilczewski S., Skórczewska K., Tomaszewska J., Lewandowski K., Studziński W., Osial M., Jenczyk P., Grzywacz H., Domańska A., Curcuma longa L. Rhizome Extract as a Poly(vinyl chloride)/Graphene Nanocomposite Green Modifier, Molecules, ISSN: 1420-3049, DOI: 10.3390/molecules27228081, Vol.27, No.8081, pp.1-18, 2022
Abstract:

In this work, a method to increase the dispersion of graphene (GN) in the matrix of rigid
poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) by using a natural plant extract from Curcuma longa L. (CE) is proposed. Currently, despite the increasing number of reports on the improvement of GN dispersion in PVC blends, still there is a need to find environmentally friendly and economical dispersion stabilizers. We proposed a stabilizer that can be easily obtained from a plant offering thermal stability and high effectiveness. PVC/GN nanocomposites stabilized with the proposed extract were investigated by SEM, AFM (structure), TGA, and Congo red test (thermal properties). Additionally, static and dynamic mechanical properties and electrical resistivity were measured. The use of CE as a graphene dispersant improved its dispersion in the PVC matrix, influenced tensile properties, increased the storage modulus and glass transition temperature, and extended the thermal stability time of nanocomposites. In this work, a CE extract is proposed as an efficient eco-friendly additive for the production of nanocomposites with an improved homogeneity of a nanofiller in the matrix and promising characteristics.

Keywords:

nanocomposites,graphene,poly(vinyl chloride),curcuma extract

Affiliations:
Wilczewski S.-other affiliation
Skórczewska K.-other affiliation
Tomaszewska J.-other affiliation
Lewandowski K.-other affiliation
Studziński W.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Jenczyk P.-IPPT PAN
Grzywacz H.-IPPT PAN
Domańska A.-other affiliation
26.Pręgowska A., Osial M., Dolega-Dolegowski D., Kolecki R., Proniewska K., Information and Communication Technologies Combined with Mixed Reality as Supporting Tools in Medical Education, Electronics , ISSN: 2079-9292, DOI: 10.3390/electronics11223778, Vol.11(22), No.3778, pp.1-17, 2022
Abstract:

The dynamic COVID-19 pandemic has destabilized education and forced academic centers to explore non-traditional teaching modalities. A key challenge this creates is in reconciling the fact that hands-on time in lab settings has been shown to increase student understanding and peak their interests. Traditional visualization methods are already limited and topics such as 3D molecular structures remain difficult to understand. This is where advances in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), including remote meetings, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), and Extended Reality (XR, so-called Metaverse) offer vast potential to revolutionize the education landscape. Specifically, how MR merges real and virtual life in a uniquely promising way and offers opportunities for entirely new educational applications. In this paper, we briefly overview and report our initial experience using MR to teach medical and pharmacy students. We also explore the future usefulness of MR in pharmacy education. MR mimics real-world experiences both in distance education and traditional laboratory classes. We also propose ICT-based systems designed to run on the Microsoft HoloLens2 MR goggles and can be successfully applied in medical and pharmacy coursework. The models were developed and implemented in Autodesk Maya and exported to Unity. Our findings demonstrate that MR-based solutions can be an excellent alternative to traditional classes, notably in medicine, anatomy, organic chemistry, and biochemistry (especially 3D molecular structures), in both remote and traditional in-person teaching modalities. MR therefore has the potential to become an integral part of medical education in both remote learning and in-person study

Keywords:

information and communication technologies, immersive technologies, information and communication technologies in education, immersive technologies in education, Mixed Reality, 3D human–computer interaction, advanced medical education, pharmacy, Metaverse

Affiliations:
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Dolega-Dolegowski D.-IPPT PAN
Kolecki R.-other affiliation
Proniewska K.-Jagiellonian University (PL)
27.Osial M., Nowicki M., Klejman E., Frąś L., Investigation of the well-dispersed magnetorheological oil-based suspension with superparamagnetic nanoparticles using modified split Hopkinson pressure bar, Rheologica Acta, ISSN: 0035-4511, DOI: 10.1007/s00397-021-01318-9, Vol.1, pp.1-12, 2022
Abstract:

Magnetorheological (MR) fluids are classified as smart materials whose viscoplastic characteristics change under the magnetic field. They are widely applied for dynamic energy dissipation due to their rapid thickening under the external magnetic field. In this work, the core–shell suspension of superparamagnetic iron oxide-based nanoparticles was synthesized and dispersed in silicone oil. Much effort has been made to prepare suspension meeting requirements of MR fluid. The experimental squeezing flow response was studied using a modified split Hopkinson pressure bar (SHPB) with various shear rates. Tests with modified SHPB show that MR fluid rapidly responds to the compression thickening and forming chain-like structures. MR fluid dissipates the energy generated during compression stress tests. This study presents a simple and cost-effective synthesis way suitable for MR fluid formation for its dynamic energy dissipation application.

Keywords:

SPION, magnetorheological fluid, split Hopkinson pressure bar, high strain rate, dynamic behaviour

Affiliations:
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Nowicki M.-Warsaw University of Technology (PL)
Klejman E.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Frąś L.-IPPT PAN
28.Warczak M., Osial M., Urbańska W., Pisarek M., Nogala W., Opałło M., Hydrogen peroxide generation catalyzed by battery waste material, Electrochemistry Communications, ISSN: 1388-2481, DOI: 10.1016/j.elecom.2022.107239, Vol.136, pp.107239-1-6, 2022
Abstract:

Lithium-ion battery (LiB) waste powder is a valuable source of various materials, including carbon and metals. Although this material exhibits electrical conductivity, nanostructured morphology, and may contain metal oxides, it has not been used as an electrocatalyst. Here, we demonstrated the application of LiB waste powder as a catalyst for electrochemical H2O2 generation. The powder was both immobilized on a glassy carbon (GC) electrode and assembled at a liquid–liquid interface formed by decamethylferrocene (DMFc) solution in trifluorotoluene and aqueous perchloric acid in the presence of oxygen. The electrochemistry was studied by cyclic voltammetry and also with a rotating disk electrode (RDE), and a 2-electron ORR pathway was confirmed. H2O2 generation at the liquid–liquid interface and oxidation of DMFc were detected by colorimetry, UV–vis spectroscopy and scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM). The use of LiB waste powder reduces the ORR onset potential by ca. 0.3 V compared to an unmodified GC. When assembled at a liquid–liquid interface the waste powder increases the efficiency of H2O2 generation by ca. 20 times.

Keywords:

hydrogen peroxide, lithium-ion battery waste, oxygen reduction, scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM), liquid–liquid interface

Affiliations:
Warczak M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Pisarek M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Nogala W.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Opałło M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
29.Dąbrowska A., Urbańska W., Warczak M., Osial M., Battery Powder as a Source of Novel Graphene Nanocarbons, PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI B-BASIC SOLID STATE PHYSICS, ISSN: 0370-1972, DOI: 10.1002/pssb.202100588, pp.2100588-1-9, 2022
Abstract:

Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) waste is classified as a dangerous one. Fortunately, LIBs can be recycled and are already a valuable source of metals. This work is focused on the properties of the spent LIBs powder, which is a postproduct of the proposed organic leaching process and is presented as a source of nanocarbons with a unique structure. Furthermore, attention is paid to revealing the properties of the carbon component that can find a second life in other applications like photocatalysis or sorbents. Raman spectroscopy is used for the characterization of graphitic carbon. Scanning electron microscopy images are numerically quantitatively analyzed to provide additional parameters (for instance, the total length of edges) about the structure of materials, and X-ray diffraction (XRD) and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) further check their composition.

Affiliations:
Dąbrowska A.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Warczak M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
30.Osial M., Pregowska A., The Application of Artificial Intelligence in Magnetic Hyperthermia Based Research, Future Internet, ISSN: 1999-5903, DOI: 10.3390/fi14120356, Vol.14, No.356, pp.1-17, 2022
Abstract:

The development of nanomedicine involves complex nanomaterial research involving magnetic nanomaterials and their use in magnetic hyperthermia. The selection of the optimal treatment strategies is time-consuming, expensive, unpredictable, and not consistently effective. Delivering personalized therapy that obtains maximal efficiency and minimal side effects is highly important. Thus, Artificial Intelligence (AI) based algorithms provide the opportunity to overcome these crucial issues. In this paper, we briefly overview the significance of the combination of AI-based methods, particularly the Machine Learning (ML) technique, with magnetic hyperthermia. We considered recent publications, reports, protocols, and review papers from Scopus and Web of Science Core Collection databases, considering the PRISMA-S review methodology on applying magnetic nanocarriers in magnetic hyperthermia. An algorithmic performance comparison in terms of their types and accuracy, data availability taking into account their amount, types, and quality was also carried out. Literature shows AI support of these studies from the physicochemical evaluation of nanocarriers, drug development and release, resistance prediction, dosing optimization, the combination of drug selection, pharmacokinetic profile characterization, and outcome prediction to the heat generation estimation. The papers reviewed here clearly illustrate that AI-based solutions can be considered as an effective supporting tool in drug delivery, including optimization and behavior of nanocarriers, both in vitro and in vivo, as well as the delivery process. Moreover, the direction of future research, including the prediction of optimal experiments and data curation initiatives has been indicated.

Keywords:

artificial intelligence,machine learning,magnetic hyperthermia,magnetic nanoparticles,cancer treatment,drug delivery

Affiliations:
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Pregowska A.-IPPT PAN
31.Phuong N.T., Thi Thom N., Thi Nam P., Van Trang N., Thi Huong T.T., Hai D.T., Thu L.P., Osial M., Thanh D.T.M., Co2+ and Cr3+ ions removal from wastewater by using nanostructural hydroxyapatite, Vietnam Journal of Chemistry, ISSN: 2572-8288, DOI: 10.1002/vjch.202200072, Vol.60, pp.135-147, 2022
Abstract:

Due to the growing pollution of the environment, water purification methods have to be improved. One of the most effective solutions is the removal of heavy metal ions by porous materials, including hydroxyapatite. Lao Cai Province in Vietnam has a tremendous reservoir of apatite ore that can be a precursor for nanostructural materials. In this paper, we refer to the recent studies on removing heavy metal salts, including the cobalt and chromium ions, from the wastewater by the nanostructural hydroxyapatite obtained from the apatite ore gained in the Lao Cai Province. The measurements were performed according to the pH, mass of the adsorbent addition into the real wastewater solution, and time exposition onto the adsorbent; and the suitable condition is a dose of modified apatite of 1 g/L; contacting time of 60 minutes and 6 g/L and 15 minutes in the pH range from pH0 (3.76 and 6.57) to neutral pH corresponding to Cr3+ and Co2+. We show that just a small amount of the nanostructural hydroxyapatite can work efficiently to remove the chromium and cobalt ions from the solution with maximum adsorption capacity is 70.37 mg/g and 13.52 mg/g, respectively.

Keywords:

nanostructural hydroxyapatite, apatite ore, wastewater treatment, heavy metal ions removal, novel ecofriendly adsorbent

Affiliations:
Phuong N.T.-other affiliation
Thi Thom N.-other affiliation
Thi Nam P.-other affiliation
Van Trang N.-other affiliation
Thi Huong T.T.-other affiliation
Hai D.T.-other affiliation
Thu L.P.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Thanh D.T.M.-other affiliation
32.Osial M., Pręgowska A., Wilczewski S., Urbańska W., Giersig M., Waste Management for Green Concrete Solutions: A Concise Critical Review, Recycling, ISSN: 2313-4321, DOI: 10.3390/recycling7030037, Vol.7, No.3, pp.37-1-23, 2022
Abstract:

Reinforced concrete based on ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is one of the most commonly used materials in modern buildings. Due to the global growth of the building industry, concrete components have been partially or completely replaced with waste materials that can be used as binders or aggregates. Besides the ecological aspects, modern architecture widely needs materials to make the concrete durable, resisting large loads and various detrimental forces in the environment. This opens the possibilities of managing waste materials and applying them in practice. This paper presents a concise review of the green solutions for ecofriendly materials in the building industry that deal with the practical application of materials commonly treated as waste. The main emphasis was placed on their influence on the properties of the building material, optimal composition of mixtures, and discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of each of the “green” additives. It turned out that some solutions are far from being ecofriendly materials, as they leech and release numerous harmful chemicals into the environment during their presence in concrete. Finally, the paper suggests a research direction for the development of an ecofriendly structural material for a sustainable future.

Keywords:

green concrete; waste management; waste as a cement filler; secondary raw materials; alternative cements

Affiliations:
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Wilczewski S.-IPPT PAN
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
33.Pręgowska A., Osial M., Urbańska W., The Application of Artificial Intelligence in the Effective Battery Life Cycle in the Closed Circular Economy Model—A Perspective, Recycling, ISSN: 2313-4321, DOI: 10.3390/recycling7060081, Vol.7, No.81, pp.1-17, 2022
Abstract:

Global pollution of the environment is one of the most challenging environmental prob- lems. Electronic-based population and anthropogenic activity are the main reasons for dramatically increasing the scale of waste generation, particularly battery waste. Improper battery waste disposal causes harmful environmental effects. Due to the release of heavy metals, battery waste affects ecosystems and health. We are faced with the challenge of effective battery waste management, especially recycling, to prevent the depletion of natural resources and maintain ecological balance. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is practically present in all areas of our lives. It enables the reduction of the costs associated with various types of research, increases automation, and accelerates productivity. This paper reviews the representative research progress of effective Artificial Intelligence-based battery waste management in the context of sustainable development, in particular, the analysis of current trends, algorithm accuracy, and data availability. Finally, the future lines of research and development directions of human-oriented Artificial Intelligence applications both in the battery production process and in battery waste management are discussed.

Keywords:

battery waste, waste management, artificial intelligence, machine learning, genetic programming, end-of-life

Affiliations:
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
34.Thanh D.T.M., Phuong N.T., Hai D.T., Giang H.N., Thom N.T., Nam P.T., Dung N.T., Giersig M., Osial M., Influence of Experimental Conditions during Synthesis on the Physicochemical Properties of the SPION/Hydroxyapatite Nanocomposite for Magnetic Hyperthermia Application, MAGNETOCHEMISTRY, ISSN: 2312-7481, DOI: 10.3390/magnetochemistry8080090, Vol.8, No.8:90, pp.1-17, 2022
Abstract:

In this work, we report on the fabrication of nanocomposites based on superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) in combination with hydroxyapatite (HAp) as a platform for drug delivery and magnetic hyperthermia application. First, the influence of experimental conditions such as co-precipitant, bath temperature, and pH on the morphology and magnetic properties of SPIONs was investigated. Then, the superparamagnetic particles were coated with the hydroxyapatite layer for further loading of anticancer drugs, determining the optimal thickness of the HAp shell. The composite was fabricated by the wet chemical process and was characterized by optimizing the experimental conditions of the wiring synthesis to obtain the superparamagnetic spherical material with a high HAp loading as a platform for drug uptake. SEM and TEM studies confirmed the round shape of the magnetic core up to 15 nm in size with a well-defined HAp shell. After checking the material’s superparamagnetic properties, the temperature dependence on time and alternating magnetic field strength was tested and optimized in hyperthermia experiments.

Keywords:

superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs), hydroxyapatite, nanocomposite, magnetic hyperthermia

Affiliations:
Thanh D.T.M.-other affiliation
Phuong N.T.-other affiliation
Hai D.T.-other affiliation
Giang H.N.-other affiliation
Thom N.T.-other affiliation
Nam P.T.-other affiliation
Dung N.T.-other affiliation
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
35.Pietrzyk P., Phuong N.T., Olusegun S.J., Nam N.H., Thanh D.T.M., Giersig M., Krysiński P., Osial M., Titan Yellow and Congo Red Removal with Superparamagnetic Iron-Oxide-Based Nanoparticles Doped with Zinc, MAGNETOCHEMISTRY, ISSN: 2312-7481, DOI: 10.3390/magnetochemistry8080091, Vol.8, No.91, pp.1-24, 2022
Abstract:

In this work, we present magnetic nanoparticles based on iron oxide doped with zinc syn-
thesized using the wet co-precipitation method for environmental application. The morphology of the
samples was revealed by SEM and TEM, which showed particles of granular shape and size of about
15 nm. The specific surface areas of the materials using the BET method were within the range of 85.7 to 101.5 m2 g−1 depending on the zinc content in the superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPI-ONs). Magnetometry was performed to determine the magnetic properties of the particles, indicating superparamagnetism. Synthesized magnetic nanoparticles with different amounts of zinc dopant were used as an adsorbent to remove model pollutant Titan yellow (TY) from the aqueous solutions. Adsorption was determined by investigating the effects of sorbent amount, dye concentration, and contact time. The synthesized material removed Titan yellow quickly and efficiently within the phys-ical adsorption. The adsorption isotherms were consistent with the models proposed by Langmuir and Redlich-Peterson. The monolayer adsorption capacities were 30 and 43 mg g−1 for Fe3O4 and Fe3O4@10%Zn, respectively, for the removal of TY. However, that of Congo red is 59 mg g−1 by Fe3O4@10%Zn. The proposed nanoparticles offer fast and cost-effective water purification, and they can be separated from solution using magnets.

Keywords:

perparamagnetic particles, pollution treatment, Titan yellow, Congo red, adsorption isotherm, iron oxide

Affiliations:
Pietrzyk P.-other affiliation
Phuong N.T.-other affiliation
Olusegun S.J.-other affiliation
Nam N.H.-other affiliation
Thanh D.T.M.-other affiliation
Giersig M.-IPPT PAN
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
36.Rydosz A., Pręgowska A., Osial M., Diabetes Changes Your Lifestyle, But it Does not Change You, Frontiers for Young Minds, ISSN: 2296-6846, DOI: 10.3389/frym.2022.819497, Vol.10, No.819497, pp.1-7, 2022
Abstract:

Recently, there has been a lot of talk about diabetes in children. Have you ever wondered what diabetes is and where it comes from? Diabetes is a disease with a long history. It causes a high sugar level in the blood, which is dangerous for many organs including the heart and kidneys. Diabetes also damages blood vessels and the nervous system. Unfortunately, diabetes is often detected by accident during tests for other diseases or by standard blood tests performed during a check-up. The earliest symptoms of diabetes that a person might notice include increased hunger and thirst, tiredness, or frequent urination. If you experience these symptoms, do not take them lightly—have a doctor check your blood sugar level.

Affiliations:
Rydosz A.-other affiliation
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
37.Warczak M., Pręgowska A., Masztalerz K., Osial M., M line Memory and Memories, United Academics Magazine, ISSN: 2212-5728, pp.1-7, 2022
Keywords:

memory,memories,brain

Affiliations:
Warczak M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Masztalerz K.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
38.Urbańska W., Osial M., Wilczewski S., Application of the Chemical Leaching Method for the Recovery of Li and Co Contained in Spent Li-Ion Batteries, Environmental Sciences Proceedings, ISSN: 2673-4931, DOI: 10.3390/environsciproc2022018012, Vol.18, No.12, pp.1-4, 2022
Abstract:

Waste batteries and accumulators are a group of waste, the amount of which is constantly
increasing every year. A particular weight gain of this type of waste is observed for lithium-ion
batteries used in various electronic devices and modern passenger vehicles. Due to the complex
chemical composition and the content of different valuable metals, used Li-ion batteries should be
subjected to appropriate recycling methods, the purpose of which is to separate the individual raw
materials included in the battery. Regarding the demand for innovative technologies for processing
spent Li-ion batteries, a concept of laboratory experiments was developed in the field of hydrometal-lurgical recovery of Li and Co contained in the battery powder obtained from this type of waste. As a result, it was shown that it is possible to effectively recover the tested metals with an adequately designed leaching process.

Keywords:

Li-ion batteries, leaching, recovery of metals, waste management, environmental engineering

Affiliations:
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Wilczewski S.-IPPT PAN
39.Dąbrowska A., Łopata I., Osial M., The ghost nets phenomena from the chemical perspective, Pure and Applied Chemistry, ISSN: 1365-3075, DOI: 10.1515/pac-2020-1102, Vol.93, No.4, pp.479-496, 2021
Keywords:

ChemRAWN,ghost nets,marine microplastic,polymer materials,Raman spectroscopy,sustainability,weathering

Affiliations:
Dąbrowska A.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Łopata I.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
40.Warczak M., Gniadek M., Hermanowski K., Osial M., Well-defined polyindole–Au NPs nanobrush as a platform for electrochemical oxidation of ethanol, Pure and Applied Chemistry, ISSN: 1365-3075, DOI: 10.1515/pac-2020-1101, Vol.93, No.4, pp.497-507, 2021
Keywords:

ChemRAWN,electrocatalysis,electrochemical oxidation,ethanol,gold nanoparticles,nanobrush,nanowires,polyindole

Affiliations:
Warczak M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Gniadek M.-University of Warsaw (PL)
Hermanowski K.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
41.Olusegun S., Larrea G., Osial M., Jackowska K., Krysiński P., Photocatalytic degradation of antibiotics by superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles. Tetracycline case, Catalysts, ISSN: 2073-4344, DOI: 10.3390/catal11101243, Vol.11, No.10, pp.1-17, 2021
Keywords:

maghemite,tetracycline,adsorption,photocatalysis,mechanism,eco-friendly water treatment

Affiliations:
Olusegun S.-other affiliation
Larrea G.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Jackowska K.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
42.Garlinska M., Pręgowska A., Gutowska I., Osial M., Szczepański J., Experimental study of the free space optics communication system operating in the 8–12 μm spectral range, Electronics , ISSN: 2079-9292, DOI: 10.3390/electronics10080875, Vol.10, No.8, pp.875-1-13, 2021
Abstract:

(1) Background: Free space optics communication (FSO) has improved wireless communication and data transfer thanks to high bandwidth, low power consumption, energy efficiency, a high transfer capacity, and a wide applicability field. The FSO systems also have their limitations, including weather conditions and obstacles in the way of transmission. (2) Methods: This research assesses the atmospheric conditions’ influence on the intensity of received radiation, both experimentally and theoretically. The construction of a laboratory test stand of the FSO system, which is operating in the third-atmosphere transmission window (8–12 μm), is proposed. Next, considering different atmospheric conditions, the experimental validation was conducted, both in a laboratory and real conditions. (3) Results: The measurements were carried out for two optical links working with wavelengths of 1.5 μm and 10 μm. It was found that optical radiation with a wavelength of about 10 μm is characterized by better transmission properties in the case of limited visibility (e.g.,light rain and fogs) than in the case of near-infrared waves. The same conclusion was found in analytical investigations. (4) Conclusions: The results obtained show that optical radiation with a wavelength of about 10 μm in limited visibility is characterized by better transmission properties than near-infrared waves. This demonstrates the validity of designing FSO links operating in the range 8–12 μm band, e.g., based on quantum cascade lasers and HgCdTe photodiodes.

Keywords:

free space optical communication, IR photodetector, quantum cascade laser, wireless communication

Affiliations:
Garlinska M.-National Center for Research and Development (PL)
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Gutowska I.-Oregon State University (US)
Osial M.-other affiliation
Szczepański J.-IPPT PAN
43.Żuk M.T., Gawęda W., Majkowska-Pilip A., Osial M., Wolski M., Bilewicz A., Paweł K., Hybrid radiobioconjugated superparamagnetic iron oxide-based nanoparticles for multimodal cancer therapy, Pharmaceutics, ISSN: 1999-4923, DOI: 10.3390/pharmaceutics13111843, Vol.13, No.11, pp.1-17, 2021
Keywords:

SPION,radio-labeled nanoparticles,anticancer therapy,magnetic hyperthermia,drug delivery,trastuzumab,superparamagnetic nanoparticles

Affiliations:
Żuk M.T.-NanoThea Inc. (PL)
Gawęda W.-other affiliation
Majkowska-Pilip A.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
Wolski M.-other affiliation
Bilewicz A.-other affiliation
Paweł K.-other affiliation
44.Nieciecka D., Celej J., Żuk M.T., Majkowska-Pilip A., Żelechowska-Matysiak K., Lis A., Osial M., Hybrid System for Local Drug Delivery and Magnetic Hyperthermia Based on SPIONs Loaded with Doxorubicin and Epirubicin, Pharmaceutics, ISSN: 1999-4923, DOI: 10.3390/pharmaceutics13040480, Vol.13, No.4, pp.1-22, 2021
Keywords:

SPIONs, doxorubicin, epirubicin, magnetic hyperthermia, cytotoxicity, Langmuir- Blodgett technique

Affiliations:
Nieciecka D.-other affiliation
Celej J.-other affiliation
Żuk M.T.-NanoThea Inc. (PL)
Majkowska-Pilip A.-other affiliation
Żelechowska-Matysiak K.-other affiliation
Lis A.-other affiliation
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
45.Pręgowska A., Masztalerz K., Garlińska M., Osial M., A worldwide journey through distance education-from the post office to virtual, augmented and mixed realities, and education during the COVID-19 pandemic, Education Sciences, ISSN: 2227-7102, DOI: 10.3390/educsci11030118, Vol.11, No.3, pp.118-1-26, 2021
Abstract:

Surprisingly, distance education is quite an old concept. Its origins date back to the first correspondence-based course, which took place via the postal service in Boston, USA, in the 18th century. Rapid technological developments, especially in video and audio streaming, have increased the availability of such courses and moved learning into the virtual world. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are witnessing an accelerated revolution in the learning process, as nearly all forms of education have been shifted online. Will this have a destructive effect on the human psyche? Is humanity sufficiently aware and ready for such a dramatic change? Will we return to physical in-classroom studies, or is remote distance education set to become the new norm? In particular, in medicine, computer science, fine arts, or architectural design, such a rapid change in the way students learn can be quite challenging. In this paper, we provide an overview of the history of distance learning, taking into account teachers’ and students’ points of view in both secondary and higher education.

Keywords:

distance learning, distance education, online courses

Affiliations:
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Masztalerz K.-other affiliation
Garlińska M.-other affiliation
Osial M.-other affiliation
46.Osial M., Pręgowska A., Coeliac Disease—What is it and How Can People Deal With it?, Frontiers for Young Minds, ISSN: 2296-6846, Vol.09, pp.1-6, 2021
Abstract:

In recent years, you have likely heard that some people are eating gluten-free foods. Have you ever wondered why? Coeliac disease is one of the main reasons for this dietary choice. It affects people of all ages from all around the world. It is a genetic disorder that causes inflammation in the intestines and results in various symptoms that can be observed in other parts of the body. Unfortunately, people often ignore coeliac disease or treat it like a simple allergy. Some people may view gluten-free dietary choices as just a trend. Some food allergies can manifest like coeliac disease, but these have different causes. Coeliac disease should be taken seriously, because it may not only lead to life-threatening symptoms, but also have a chronic impact on health and quality of life.

Keywords:

Antibody,B Cells,Coeliac Disease ,Villi ,Autoimmune Response ,Inflammation,Gluten-free Food

Affiliations:
Osial M.-other affiliation
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
47.Pręgowska A., Osial M., What Is An Artificial Neural Network And Why Do We Need It?, Frontiers for Young Minds, ISSN: 2296-6846, DOI: 10.1142/S0129065709002002, Vol.09, pp.1-7, 2021
Abstract:


Abstract

Your brain controls everything you do, and it is much more powerful than any computer you can find. This complex organ sends messages using cells called neurons, and it never stops analyzing data, even as you sleep. Scientists are trying to understand the brain to create a digital version. But is it possible for computers to do the same things our brains can? For computers to do so, we need to create something called an artificial neural network, which has digital neurons connected into a complex net that resembles the structure of the brain. To make an artificial neural network, we need to use the most universal language—mathematics.

Keywords:

Neuron,Artificial Neural Network ,Dendrite,Axon,Synapse,Binary Language,Node,Weight

Affiliations:
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-other affiliation
48.Urbańska W., Osial M., Investigation of the physico-chemical properties of the products obtained after mixed organic-inorganic leaching of spent Li-ion batteries, Energies, ISSN: 1996-1073, DOI: 10.3390/en13246732, Vol.13, No.24, pp.1-15, 2020
Keywords:

acid leaching,battery recycling,Li-ion batteries,metal recovery,raw material sustainable use

Affiliations:
Urbańska W.-Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (PL)
Osial M.-other affiliation
49.Warczak M., Osial M., Berggren M., Głowacki Eric D., Electrogeneration of hydrogen peroxide via oxygen reduction on polyindole films, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, ISSN: 0013-4651, DOI: 10.1149/1945-7111/ab88bb, Vol.167, No.8, pp.1-6, 2020
50.Osial M., Warczak M., Kulesza P., Krysiński P., Gniadek M., Hybrid polyindole‑gold nanobrush for electrochemical oxidation of ascorbic acid, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, ISSN: 1572-6657, DOI: 10.1016/j.jelechem.2020.114664, Vol.877, No.114664, pp.1-10, 2020
Keywords:

Electrocatalysis, Ascorbic acid, Polyindole, Gold nanoparticles, Nanobrush, Hard-template synthesis

Affiliations:
Osial M.-other affiliation
Warczak M.-Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL)
Kulesza P.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
Gniadek M.-University of Warsaw (PL)
51.Nagamine M., Osial M., Widera-Kalinowska J., Jackowska K., Krysiński P., Photosensitive thin films based on drop cast and Langmuir-Blodgett hydrophilic and hydrophobic CdS nanoparticles, Nanomaterials, ISSN: 2079-4991, DOI: 10.3390/nano10122437, Vol.10, No.12, pp.1-23, 2020
Keywords:

CdS, thin films, photoelectrochemical studies, langmuir-blodgett technique,

Affiliations:
Nagamine M.-other affiliation
Osial M.-other affiliation
Widera-Kalinowska J.-other affiliation
Jackowska K.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
52.Gawęda W., Osial M., Żuk M.T., Pękała M., Bilewicz A., Krysiński P., Lanthanide-doped SPIONs bioconjugation with trastuzumab for potential multimodal anticancer activity and magnetic hyperthermia, Nanomaterials, ISSN: 2079-4991, DOI: 10.3390/nano10020288, Vol.10, No.2, pp.1-14, 2020
Keywords:

superparamagnetc iron oxide nanoparticles, SPIONs, trastuzumab, magnetic hyperthermia, antitumor therapy

Affiliations:
Gawęda W.-other affiliation
Osial M.-other affiliation
Żuk M.T.-NanoThea Inc. (PL)
Pękała M.-other affiliation
Bilewicz A.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
53.Nagamine M., Osial M., Jackowska K., Krysiński P., Widera-Kalinowska J., Tetracycline photocatalytic degradation under CdS treatment, Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, ISSN: 2077-1312, DOI: 10.3390/jmse8070483, Vol.8, No.7, pp.1-19, 2020
Keywords:

water contamination, CdS nanoparticles, tetracycline, antibiotics photodegradation, photocatalysis, kinetic rate constant, degradation mechanism

Affiliations:
Nagamine M.-other affiliation
Osial M.-other affiliation
Jackowska K.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
Widera-Kalinowska J.-other affiliation
54.Garlinska M., Pręgowska A., Masztalerz K., Osial M., From mirrors to free-space optical communication-historical aspects in data transmission, Future Internet, ISSN: 1999-5903, DOI: 10.3390/fi12110179, Vol.12, No.11, pp.179-1-18, 2020
Abstract:

Fast communication is of high importance. Recently, increased data demand and crowded radio frequency spectrum have become crucial issues. Free-Space Optical Communication (FSOC) has diametrically changed the way people exchange information. As an alternative to wire communication systems, it allows efficient voice, video, and data transmission using a medium like air. Due to its large bandwidth, FSOC can be used in various applications and has therefore become an important part of our everyday life. The main advantages of FSOC are a high speed, cost savings, compact structures, low power, energy efficiency, a maximal transfer capacity, and applicability. The rapid development of the high-speed connection technology allows one to reduce the repair downtime and gives the ability to quickly establish a backup network in an emergency. Unfortunately, FSOC is susceptible to disruption due to atmospheric conditions or direct sunlight. Here, we briefly discuss Free-Space Optical Communication from mirrors and optical telegraphs to modern wireless systems and outline the future development directions of optical communication.

Keywords:

free-space optical communication, telecommunications, wireless communication, data transfer history, communication networks

Affiliations:
Garlinska M.-National Center for Research and Development (PL)
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Masztalerz K.-other affiliation
Osial M.-other affiliation
55.Osial M., Rybicka P., Pękała M., Cichowicz G., Cyrański Michał K., Krysiński P., Easy synthesis and characterization of holmium-doped SPIONs, Nanomaterials, ISSN: 2079-4991, DOI: 10.3390/nano8060430, Vol.8, No.6, pp.1-15, 2018
Keywords:

superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles, SPIONs, rare-earth doping, holmium, endoradiotherapy

Affiliations:
Osial M.-other affiliation
Rybicka P.-other affiliation
Pękała M.-other affiliation
Cichowicz G.-other affiliation
Cyrański Michał K.-other affiliation
Krysiński P.-other affiliation
56.Osial M., Wiliński D., Organic substances as corrosion inhibitors for steel in concrete – an overview, Journal of Building Chemistry, ISSN: 2451-1757, Vol.1, No.1, pp.42-53, 2016
Keywords:

Reinforced concrete, organic inhibitors, corrosion, admixtures

Affiliations:
Osial M.-other affiliation
Wiliński D.-other affiliation
57.Osial M., Widera J., Jackowska K., Room temperature two-step synthesis of cadmium telluride films, American Journal of Chemistry and Materials Science, ISSN: brak, Vol.1, No.2, pp.11-17, 2014
Keywords:

Cadmium Telluride, Thin Films, Two-Step Method, Crystallinity, Chemical Composition, Morphology

Affiliations:
Osial M.-other affiliation
Widera J.-other affiliation
Jackowska K.-other affiliation
58.Osial M., Widera J., Jackowska K., Synthesis, characterization and photoelectrochemical properties of polyindole-CdTe hybrid material, Electrochimica Acta, ISSN: 0013-4686, DOI: 10.1016/j.electacta.2013.11.119, Vol.122, pp.275-281, 2014
Keywords:

CdTe, Polyindole, CdTe-PIN hybrid electrode, Photostability in polysulphide, CdS formation

Affiliations:
Osial M.-other affiliation
Widera J.-other affiliation
Jackowska K.-other affiliation
59.Osial M., Widera J., Jackowska K., Influence of electrodeposition conditions on the properties of CdTe films, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, ISSN: 1432-8488, DOI: 10.1007/s10008-013-2125-0, Vol.17, pp.2477-2486, 2013
Keywords:

CdTe thin films, One-step electrochemical method, Electrodeposition conditions, Bath composition, Deposition potential, Na2TeO3 as a source of tellurium ions

Affiliations:
Osial M.-other affiliation
Widera J.-other affiliation
Jackowska K.-other affiliation
60.Bieguński A., Frydrychewicz A., Osial M., Jackowska K., Electrochemical oxidation of catechol at poly (indole-5-carboxylic acid) electrode, Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, ISSN: 1023-1935, DOI: 10.1134/S1023193510110108, Vol.46, pp.1297-1297-1305, 2010
Keywords:

poly(indole5carboxylic acid), catechol, electrooxidation

Affiliations:
Bieguński A.-other affiliation
Frydrychewicz A.-other affiliation
Osial M.-other affiliation
Jackowska K.-other affiliation

List of chapters in recent monographs
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Proniewska K., Dolega-Dolegowski D., Kolecki R., Osial M., Pręgowska A., Applications of Augmented Reality - Current State of the Art, rozdział: The 3D Operating Room with Unlimited Perspective Change and Remote Support, InTech, pp.1-23, 2023
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Pietrzyk P., Pręgowska A., Urbańska W., Osial M., INNOWACYJNA ZIELONA GOSPODARKA, rozdział: Oczyszczanie wody ze związków organicznych, szczególnie hormonów, za pomocą nanostruktur, Główny Instytut Górnictwa, 4, pp.39-53, 2022
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Pręgowska A., Pietrzyk P., Urbańska W., Osial M., INNOWACYJNA ZIELONA GOSPODARKA, rozdział: Sorbenty na bazie biomasy i nanocząstek magnetycznych do wyłapywania zanieczyszczeń z wody, Główny Instytut Górnictwa, 4, pp.68-82, 2022
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Urbańska W., Osial M., Wilczewski S., INNOVATIONS – SUSTAINABILITY – MODERNITY – OPENNESS MODERN SOLUTIONS IN ENGINEERING, rozdział: Acid leaching for the recovery of lithium and cobalt from spent lithium-ion batteries, Politechnika Białostocka, 44, pp.176-187, 2022

Conference papers
1.Osial M., Pietrzyk P., Urbańska P., Tetracycline pollution treatment - current trends in water remediation, 2nd International Conference Strategies toward Green Deal Implementation – Water, Raw Materials & Energy, 2021-12-08/12-10, Kraków (PL), DOI: 10.24425/stratgreendeal2nd, pp.125-143, 2022

Conference abstracts
1.Krajewski M., Pietrzyk P., Osial M., Liou S.C., Świątkowski A., Pawluk K., Iron-iron oxide core-shell nanochains and their possible environmental applications, THERMEC 2023, International Conference on PROCESSING & MANUFACTURING OF ADVANCED MATERIALS Processing, Fabrication, Properties, Applications, 2023-07-02/07-07, Wiedeń (AT), No.718, pp.364-365, 2023
2.Pietrzyk P., Pręgowska A., Osial M., Current trends of removal dyes from water by magnetic nanomaterials, IC Green Deal 2022, 3rd International Conference - Strategies toward Green Deal Implementation - Water, Raw Materials & Energy, 2022-12-05/12-07, Kraków (zdalnie) (PL), pp.1-1, 2022
Keywords:

water pollution, dyes, wastewater treatment, magnetic nanoparticles

Affiliations:
Pietrzyk P.-IPPT PAN
Pręgowska A.-IPPT PAN
Osial M.-IPPT PAN
3.Pręgowska A., Warczak M., Osial M., Superparamagnetyczne nanocząstkina bazie tlenku żelaza domieszkowane terbem i modyfikowane aklarubicynądo magnetycznej hipertermii, XIII Interdyscyplinarna Konferencja Naukowa TYGIEL 2021 „Interdyscyplinarność kluczem do rozwoju”, 2021-03-25/03-28, Lublin (PL), pp.296, 2021

Patents
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Autor(s)
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Patent Number
Date of Grant
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443206
2022-12-20
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Giersig M., Wilczewski S., Pokorska-Służalec I., Osial M.
Nanowypełniacz do zaczynów cementowych i betonu na bazie wielowymiarowych nanostruktur węglowych, sposób jego wytwarzania, nanokompozyt, konstrukcja, kompozycja zaczynu zawierająca nanowypełniacz oraz sposoby ich wytwarzania i ich zastosowania
PL, Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
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443177
2022-12-19
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Osial M., Pietrzyk P., Giersig M., Pręgowska A., Wilczewski S.
Sposób wytwarzania cieczy magnetoreologicznej i wytworzona nim ciecz magnetoreologiczna
PL, Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
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441075
2022-04-30
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Osial M., Abramowicz M., Urbańska W., Warczak M., Pręgowska A.
Ciecz magnetoreologiczna na bazie tlenków metali oraz sposób jej otrzymywania
PL, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Politechnika Wrocławska, Instytut Chemii Fizycznej PAN, Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
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436749
2021-01-25
BUP 31/2022
2022-08-01
Bąk F., Pręgowska A., Osial M.
Zestaw podłoża o zmiennej twardości
PL, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
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