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ESAS-CSSC 2022 (Den 4)

St, 14.12.2022
| Originální článek z: SSJMM/ESAS 2022 & 17th CSSC
Ve čtvrtek 8. září byl pro účastníky konference ESAS-CSSC 2022 připraven velmi intenzivní program. Předávání medaile JMM, 28 přednášek a dlouhý společenský večer.
SSJMM: ESAS-CSSC 2022 (Den 4)

SSJMM: ESAS-CSSC 2022 (Den 4)

Konferenční den započal posledním oceněním medailí Jana Marka Marci.

Za své mimořádné úspěchy v oboru laserové ablace a hmotnostní spektrometrie s indukčně vázaným plazmatem získal tuto medaili Prof. Detlef Günther. Po poutavé přednášce Prof. Günthera následovaly bloky přednášek zaměřených na témata LA-ICP-MS, ICP-MS, OES a Mössbauerovy spektroskopie až do pozdně odpoledních hodin.

SSJMM: Medaili Jana Marka Marci za mimořádné úspěchy v oboru laserové ablace a hmotnostní spektrometrie s indukčně vázaným plazmatem získal Prof. Detlef Günther

Od 19:00 se účastníci mohli zúčastnit konferenční večeře v pivovarském domě Poupě, kde byla podávána slavnostní večeře se spoustou dalších sladkých i slaných pochutin to vše v kombinaci s tradičním řemeslným pivem z místních pivovarů. Po večeři byly představeny 3 nejlepší studentské postery a jedna nejlepší studentská přednáška za které byly uděleny hodnotné ceny.

Večer byl doprovázen folklorní cimbálovou muzikou a v pozdních večerních hodinách následovala volná zábava s taneční muzikou o kterou se postaral DJ.

Pokračování v pátek….

💡💡💡 Sborník abstraktů ESAS-CSSC 2022

Program čtvrtek 8. září 2022

LA-ICP-MS

  • (Hall P31) CHAIR: KANICKÝ
8:00 – 8:50 Recent developments in laser ablation and inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
  • PL 3: D. GUENTHER

The major challenges of our times request sustainability in everything we are planning in the future. Environmental protection, discovery of new resources, characterization of new and lightweight materials, material replacement and reduction in the construction industry, food protection and safety and life science and medicine are important topics, among others, where analytical chemistry plays major role.

The availability of the entire portfolio of analytical techniques is of utmost improtance while constant refinement and development is required in order to provide high compatibility and flexibility for applications in aforementioned research fields.

The group for Trace Element and Micro Analysis at ETH Zurich studied a variety of instruments, processes and methods related to element analysis and isotope ratio determinations. Instruments were developed which become more and more applied. For example, a significantly improved prototype inductively coupled plasma time of flight (ICP-TOFMS) led to the renaissance of TOF-MS instruments and they are now commercially available (TOFWERK AG, Thun Switzerland). These instruments contribute to knowledge generation in many fields of research, e.g. in life science, medicine, geology and chemistry. Here we report a new sample introduction system for laser ablation generated aerosols introduced into an ICP-TOFMS, which has recently been developed and tested in our group. The aerosol washout and the improvements in terms of image acquisition time will be discussed¹.

For many decades argon has been the plasma gas of choice for ICP-MS, even though alternative gases have been proposed and tested. To exploit the possibility of argon substitution, a recently introduced nitrogen plasma source (Radom, Milwaukee, USA)² has been studied in combination with laser ablation. We also report results on direct solid analysis by LA-ICP-MS using nitrogen as plasma gas³.

Finally, the analyses of single cells gained significant attention using a cy-TOF-MS. Therefore, the geometry of the ICP-MS has been modified to improve throughput of single cells and nanomaterials⁴. The system and the current performance will be presented.

SSJMM: Recent developments in laser ablation and inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (D. GUENTHER)

8:50 – 9:10 Comparative analysis of inks from the Chopin’s manuscript Impromptu in a flat major, Op. 29: a proof of concept for a non-invasive image-based investigations of written cultural heritage
  • OL 43: B. WAGNER

SSJMM: Comparative analysis of inks from the Chopin’s manuscript Impromptu in a flat major (B. WAGNER)

9:10 – 9:30 Bioimaging of elements and proteins by LA-ICP-MS in medicine and pharmaceutical research
  • OL 44: M. KUCHYNKA

SSJMM: Bioimaging of elements and proteins by LA-ICP-MS in medicine and pharmaceutical research (M. KUCHYNKA)

9:30 – 9:50 Imaging of chemical and structural processes in minerals
  • OL 45: K. SOBEK

SSJMM: Imaging of chemical and structural processes in minerals (K. SOBEK)

9:50 – 10:15 COFFEE BREAK
  • ATRIUM OF FACULTY OF SOCIAL STUDIES

PARALLEL SESSION

LA-ICP-MS 2

  • (Hall P31) CHAIR: GUENTHER
10:15 – 10:45 Transient signal potential in atomic spectrometry for advanced speciation and laser ablation
  • IL 20: O. DONARD

SSJMM: Transient signal potential in atomic spectrometry for advanced speciation and laser ablation (O. DONARD)

10:45 – 11:15 NANOSCALE SECONDARY ION MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR ELEMENTAL BIOIMAGING IN CELLS AND TISSUE
  • IL 21: D. SCHAUMLOFFEL
11:15 – 11:35 Depth-resolved elemental and molecular analysis of polymeric composites using chemometric evaluation
  • OL 46: L. KRONLACHNER
11:35 – 11:55 Application of spectroscopic methods in research of geochemical processes in the Upper Silesian coal basin
  • OL 47: P. NEČAS

The aim of the study was to describe mineralogical phases related to discharge of saline mine waters and draining waters of coal heaps. Special mineralogical phases crystallize from these highly mineralized waters when entering the river system (1). By using several analytical methods in studying of mineral incrustations we are able to better understand the processes and to create a more precise geochemical model of processes (2). For this study, four samples from mine drainage and five samples from coal dumps drainage were collected. The content of the elements was measured by portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometer (pED-XRF) and for the phase composition XRD method was used. Mineralogical nature of incrustations was determined by scanning electron microscope with energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer (SEM/ED-XRF). Subsequently, representative samples with atypical mineral composition were selected for a more detailed phase analysis by micro-Raman spectroscopy which discovered local changes in the degree of luminescence. Based on previous observations, selected elements (K, Ca, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Zn, As, Sr, Ba, Pb, Th and U) were used to create chemical distribution maps in the incrustations via laser ablation (LA-ICP-MS) and major as well as trace cations and anions were measured in sampled waters by ICP-MS. The hydrochemical type of waters was evaluated by using the Geochemist’s Workbench 12 Professional Edition with using Gtplot. All monitored water resources reach neutral to basic pH values (6.7-10.2). In the evaluated mine waters and dump drainages, the hydrochemical types of water (SO 4 – Cl⁻) with a variable content of bicarbonates and cations (Na, K, Mg, Ca) were distinguished, which noticeably contribute to the formation of incrustations at the drain or bottom of streams. Phase analysis showed us three main dominant minerals (calcite, aragonite and monohydrocalcite) which bind different elements into their structure. Based on results from laser ablation and analyses from another spectroscopic methods, we can determine correlating systems between the mobility of individual elements in water and their entrance into the incrustations.

11:55 – 12:15 Evaluation of the element content in geologial units and its importance in the environment evaluation – spectroscopy study
  • OL 48: M. BURŠÍKOVÁ
12:15 – 14:00 LUNCH
  • MU RECTORATE

PARALLEL SESSION

MÖSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY 1

  • (Hall P51) CHAIR: MIGLIERINI
10:15 – 10:45 Mössbauer spectroscopy in gamma-optics, gamma-optics in Mössbauer spectroscopy
  • IL 22: V. PROCHÁZKA
10:45 – 11:05 Thermally induced solid-state reaction of Fe2(SO4)3 with NaCl or KCl : a route to β-Fe2O3 synthesis
  • OL 49: V. HEGER
11:05 – 11:25 Lamb-Mössbauer factor determination of powders by resonance Mössbauer spectroscopy
  • OL 50: P. NOVÁK
11:25 – 11:45 Nanoscopic techniques related to molecular vibrations
  • OL 51: J. KOPP

In recent decades, a massive expansion of nanotechnology and nanomaterials is evident, changing industry, research areas and the daily life of people. Various classes of analytical techniques have been developed to cover the requirements of nanotechnology and the characterization of nanomaterials.

Molecular vibrations are directly related to the molecular structure. The techniques of vibrational spectroscopy, including those based on either infrared absorption/reflection or Raman scattering, are well-known analytical techniques. Their microscopic/microspectroscopic counterparts developed in the second half of the 20th century are limited in spatial resolution by light diffraction. Recently this limit has been overcome by the combination of near-field optics with scanning probe microscopy (SPM). Imaging techniques described by abbreviations like AFM-IR (atomic force microscopy – infrared (imaging)) and SNIM (scanning near-field infrared microscopy) are powerful analytical techniques for nanoscience and nanotechnology (1). Nano-FTIR and TERS (tip-enhanced Raman scattering) combined the spatial and spectral information essential for both the design/development of new nanomaterials/nanosystems and a detailed description of biological systems. Nevertheless, individual experimental techniques require some specific sample preparation/treatment procedures.

The advantages and drawbacks of preparation procedures, individual imaging techniques, and spectroscopic data acquisition and processing will be demonstrated in several examples of studies (2-4) performed in our laboratory at UCT Prague.

11:45 – 12:05 Speciation analysis of iron in the biological matrix of filamentous fungi using Mössbauer spectrometry
  • OL 52: S. VYHNÁLEKOVÁ
12:15 – 14:00 LUNCH
  • MU RECTORATE

PARALLEL SESSION

MÖSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY 2

  • (Hall P31) CHAIR: KOPÁNI
14:00 – 14:30 Application of spectroscopic techniques for speciation analysis of Iodine, Selenium and iron used in studies of processes in the near- and far-field regions of spent nuclear fuel disposal system
  • IL 23: M. MATULOVÁ

14:30 – 14:50 Nickel-iron and zinc-iron bimetal oxalates: preparation, characterization and thermal decompositon to spinel ferrites
  • OL 52: S. LISNÍKOVÁ
14:50 – 15:10 Mössbauer spectrometry of metallic alloys
  • OL 53: M. MIGLIERINI

SSJMM: Mössbauer spectrometry of metallic alloys (M. MIGLIERINI)

15:10 – 15:30 Mössbauer spectroscopy study of tin-containing metallic glasses
  • OL 54: D. GREY
15:30 – 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
  • ATRIUM OF FACULTY OF SOCIAL STUDIES

PARALLEL SESSION

ICP-MS/OES 2

  • (Hall P51) CHAIR: HOLÁ
14:00 – 14:20 Approaches to evaluation of measurement uncertainty in ICP-MS analysis
  • OL 55: D. MILDE

SSJMM: Approaches to evaluation of measurement uncertainty in ICP-MS analysis (D. MILDE)

14:20 – 14:40 Seasonal variation of drinking water quality and human health risk assessment: a case study in rural village of the eastern cape
  • OL 56: L. NYABA
14:40 – 15:00 High precison measurements of lead isotope ratio without matrix separation
  • OL 57: J. KARASIŃSKI
15:00 – 15:20 Magnetic Fe3O4@Mg/Al-layered double hydroxide adsorbent for preconcentration of trace metals in water matrices
  • OL 58: T. MUNONDE

SSJMM: Magnetic Fe3O4@Mg/Al-layered double hydroxide adsorbent for preconcentration of trace metals in water matrices (T. MUNONDE)

15:30 – 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
  • ATRIUM OF FACULTY OF SOCIAL STUDIES

PARALLEL SESSION

MÖSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY 3

  • (Hall P31) CHAIR: PROCHÁZKA
16:00 – 16:30 Some perspective spectroscopic techniques for analysis of nanoparticles used in studies with soils, plants and filamentous fungi
  • IL 24: M. ŠEBESTA
16:30 – 17:00 Application of analytical techniques in the study of biological systems
  • IL 25: M. KOPÁNI
17:00 – 17:20 Speciation of iron in microbial biomass and natural ochric precipitates as affected by fungal activity
  • OL 59: M. URÍK

Since iron participates in various vital metabolic processes in the cell, it is an essential micronutrient for microorganisms. It serves as a cofactor in various microbial metabolic pathways. Thus, organisms have developed various mechanisms for its uptake and storage (1). This includes redox transformation and chelation, which also affects stability of natural ferric/ferrous precipitates (e.g., ochres). However, the determination of the exact mineral forms and speciation of iron is always challenging, especially in the case of biomass where the iron concentration is usually low (2,3). Therefore, we have collected various biogenic materials, and studied the prospects of various spectroscopic methods (e.g., Mössbauer spectroscopy (4,5)) to analyze the iron in such complex matrices (6).

19:00 CONFERENCE DINNER
  • POUPĚ BREWERY

Autor: Pivovarský dům Poupě

PARALLEL SESSION

SPECIAL SPECTROSCOPY 2

  • (Hall P51) CHAIR: NEUGEBAUER
16:00 – 16:30 Unravelling new isotopic dimensions of nitrous oxide by quantum cascade laser absorption spectroscopy
  • IL 26: K. KANTNEROVÁ
16:30 – 17:00 Tunable optical metasurfaces based on vanadium dioxide
  • IL 27: F. LIGMAJER
17:00 – 17:20 The process of photopolymerization of acrylated soybean oil based epoxides investigated by positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy
  • OL 60: D. KRÁLOVIČ
19:00 CONFERENCE DINNER
  • POUPĚ BREWERY

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