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Maciej Jarosz
Tenured Professor, Head of the Computer Center, Faculty of Chemistry
Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Warsaw University of Technology, ul. Noakowskiego 3, 00-664 Warszawa, Poland

 
+48 (22) 6607408
Maciej Jarosz
mj@ch.pw.edu.pl
http://kcha.ch.pw.edu.pl/mjarosz/index.html
  • Hyphenated analytical methods (high performance separation techniques - LC and CE with mass spectrometric detection - ICP MS and ESI MS) in ecotoxicology and cultural heritage preservation: examination of metal traces migration in body fluids, environmental speciation analysis, identification of natural products (organic dyes, pigments, binding media) in easel or panel paintings as well as metal traces in canvas paintings, polychromed sculptures and others.
  • Chemical separation and preconcentration methods in environmental analysis.
  • Trace analysis: sensitive chromatographic and spectrophotometric methods for the determination of metal ions and small inorganic species (e.g. fluoride, hydrogen peroxide) based on ternary systems with azo reagents, basic dyes and other chelating reagents. Derivative spectrophotometry in inorganic analysis.
  • Mass spectrometer ICP MS Agilent 7500a
  • Chromatograph HPLC Agilent 1100/MSD (ESI MS)
  • Capillary electrophoresis Agilent 3D/DAD UV-Vis
  • Interfaces for couplings: HPLC-ICP MS, CE-ICP MS, CE-ESI MS
  • Chromatograph HPLC HP 1100 Agilent/DAD UV-Vis
  • Capillary electrophoresis PrinCE 450/UV-Vis



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