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Optimization of transport liquid substances through natural porous material

LAŠTŮVKOVÁ, M. SEDLÁČEK, P. SMILEK, J. KLUČÁKOVÁ, M.

Original Title

Optimization of transport liquid substances through natural porous material

English Title

Optimization of transport liquid substances through natural porous material

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Natural porous material (plant cuticles) enables the change of compounds from outer to inner environmental and its function is regulation of water, compounds and protection after biotical effect. Diffusion methods for these experiments were diffusion pair (stationary diffusion) and free diffusion (non-stationary diffusion). Diffusion processes were seen in time (after 24 hours) and were quantified UV-VIS spectra. From the date were determined transport parameters, which characterized rates of diffusion (diffusion coefficient).

English abstract

Natural porous material (plant cuticles) enables the change of compounds from outer to inner environmental and its function is regulation of water, compounds and protection after biotical effect. Diffusion methods for these experiments were diffusion pair (stationary diffusion) and free diffusion (non-stationary diffusion). Diffusion processes were seen in time (after 24 hours) and were quantified UV-VIS spectra. From the date were determined transport parameters, which characterized rates of diffusion (diffusion coefficient).

Keywords

transport; porous material; hydrogel; FLIM

Released

21.10.2014

Publisher

CEITEC

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-210-7159-9

Book

Frontiers in Material and Life Sciences

Pages from

167

Pages to

167

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT110020,
  author="Marcela {Smilková} and Petr {Sedláček} and Jiří {Smilek} and Martina {Klučáková}",
  title="Optimization of transport liquid substances through natural porous material",
  annote="Natural porous material (plant cuticles) enables the change of compounds from outer to inner environmental and its function is regulation of water, compounds and protection after biotical effect. Diffusion methods for these experiments were diffusion pair (stationary diffusion) and free diffusion (non-stationary diffusion).   Diffusion processes were seen in time (after 24 hours) and were quantified UV-VIS spectra. From the date were determined transport parameters, which characterized rates of diffusion (diffusion coefficient).",
  address="CEITEC",
  booktitle="Frontiers in Material and Life Sciences",
  chapter="110020",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="CEITEC",
  year="2014",
  month="october",
  pages="167--167",
  publisher="CEITEC",
  type="abstract"
}