Project title: Design and synthesis of new molecular probes and photochemical study their suitability for monitoring photopolymerization processes using fluorescence spectroscopy
Project number: IP2011 039471
Principal investigator: PhD Associate Professor Joanna Ortyl
Funding source: Ministry of Science and Higher Education
Start day: 04.2012
End day: 09.2014
Short disctoption of the project:
The primary objective of this project was the design and synthesis of a series of new compounds intended to act as fluorescent molecular probes and their quantitative spectrophotometric and spectrofluorimetric studies. The new systems developed for the role of spectroscopic probes have been tested for their suitability, efficiency and effectiveness in real-time (on-line) monitoring of a range of different photopolymerisation processes using fluorescence spectroscopy.
- 1.Ortyl, R. Popielarz. „The performance of 7-hydroxycoumarin-3-carbonitrile and 7-hydroxycoumarin-3-carboxylic acid as fluorescent probes for monitoring of cationic photopolymerization processes by FPT", Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2012, DOI: 10.1002/app.38378.
- 2.Ortyl, M.Galek, P.Milart, R.Popielarz. „Aminophthalimide Probes for Monitoring of Cationic Photopolymerization by Fluorescence Probe Technology and their Effect on the Polymerization Kinetics” Polymer Testing 31, 466-473, 2012.
- 3.Ortyl, P. Milart, R. Popielarz. „Applicability of Aminophthalimide Probes for Monitoring and Acceleration of Cationic Photopolymerization of Epoxides”, European Polymer Journal, Impact Factor: 2.739, punkty MNiSW: 35 pkt. Artykuł w druku
- 4.Ortyl, R. Popielarz, M.Galek. „The performance of selected (coumarin-4-yl)acetic acids as fluorescent probes for monitoring of cationic photopolymerization by Fluorescence Probe Technology” Luminescence. The Journal of Biological and Chemical Luminescence, 27, 6, 36-37, 2012.
- 1.XV International Symposium on Luminescence Spectrometry 19-22.06.2012, Barcelona, Hiszpania. J.Ortyl „The performance of selected coumarin derivatives as Fluorescent Probes for monitoring of cationic photopolymerization by Fluorescence Probe Technology”
- 2.Career in Polymers IV, 29-30.06.2012, Praga, Czechy; J. Ortyl „Preformance of the newly developed iodonium photoinitiators for cationic photopolymerization by Fluorescent Probe Technology”
- 3.3rd Workshop „Green Chemistry and Nanotechnologies in Polymer Chemistry 24-26.09.2012, Kraków, Polska; J. Ortyl „Fluorescence probes based on aminochromen-2-one as a research tool in real-time monitoring of photopolymerization processes by FPT method”.
- 4.European Symposium on Atomic Spectrometry ESAS 2012 XXth Slovak - Czech Spectroscopic Conference, 7-12.10.2012, Tatranská Lomnica, Słowacja;
- 5.Ortyl „Developing of Fluorescence Probes Based on Acenaphthene for Monitoring of Photopolymerization Processes by Fluorescence Spectroscopy”;
- 6.Ortyl „Application of 5-phenyl-3-amino-2,4-dicyanobenzoates as Spectroscopic Probes for Monitoring in Real Time Photopolymerization Processes”