Inorganic Materials

Inorganic Materials

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Inorganic non-metallic materials represent the largest volume of man-made materials; a typical example is e.g. the Portland cement with world-wide annual production of 3.5 billion (milliard) tons. They include mainly building materials such as concrete, binders, ceramics, glass, refractory materials for industrial high-temperature units, functional ceramic materials for electrotechnics (from insulating to superconductive, magnetic etc.). The Laboratory of Inorganic Materials focuses on research and development of selected inorganic materials and cooperates with more than 20 companies in the given field...

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Metals and Corrosion

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Gain a competitive advantage thanks to the cooperation with scientists and academicians! We are one of the few EN ISO 9001:2008 certified Czech university laboratories offering analyses of metallic and other materials, development of protective coatings and identification of causes of corrosion and the process thereof. Having at our disposal the state-of-the-art instrumentation and laboratory equipment of the Faculty of Chemistry of BUT, we help both industrial companies and research institution to find the answers to their questions...

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Advanced Organic Materials and Biomaterials

Biocolloids

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The laboratory of biocolloids does both basic and applied physico-chemical research with emphasis on colloids, especially dispersions and hydrogels of both natural and synthetic origin. We provide our partners with physico-chemical support of their research or materials development. The laboratory has state-of-the-art equipment for fluorescence spectroscopy, thermal analysis and calorimetry, characterization of liquid and solid colloids including their flow properties, or the study of diffusion. The potential applications include the fields of medicine, pharmacy, cosmetics, household and consumer chemicals, nanotechnologies, environmental protection and agriculture...

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Biotechnology and Biomaterials

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There are many reasons life and living organisms are fascinating. Our laboratory deals primarily with research of the tiniest creatures – microorganisms and their extraordinary properties. These microscopic single-cell organisms often work as perfect chemical factories capable of a wide variety of unique processes. Each and every cell can produce a broad range of various chemicals and biomaterials it needs for its survival. Under certain circumstances, it can even stockpile these products. Our objective is to develop methods and technologies of microbial production of industrial substances such as biomaterials, enzymes, vitamins, pigments and other natural molecules...

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Organic Electronics and Photonics

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The laboratory deals with applied and basic research of advanced organic materials in electronics and photonics. We are offering expert advice in the field of organic synthesis of functional materials, characterization and study of their electron, optical, electric and optoelectric properties and design, construction and characterization of components and devices for organic electronics, sensorics and photonics...

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Bioplastics

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Bioplastics is one of the rapidly developing segments of today's market. This results from the effort to replace petroleum-based plastics with materials made from renewable resources, or even waste. Another desirable property of these materials is compostability. These are the plastic materials of the future which will cease to be one of the causes of environmental pollution, be it on land or at sea. Having at our disposal the state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and facilities of the Faculty of Chemistry of BUT, we help industrial companies to develop these materials...

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