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Dr. Yevheniia Lobko

Researcher

lobkoeugenia@gmail.com
+420-95155-2251
Prague
orc_id ORCID 0000-0003-1796-7691
researcher_id Researcher ID E-6297-2019
scopus_id Scopus ID 55949674700
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Publications

Year 2021

  1. Yakovlev, YV; Lobko, YV; Vorokhta, M; Nováková, J; Mazur, M; Matolínová, I; Matolín, V
    Ionomer content effect on charge and gas transport in the cathode catalyst layer of proton-exchange membrane fuel cells
    J. Power Sources 490 1 : Art. No. 229531 (9 pages), 2021.
    doi:10.1016/j.jpowsour.2021.229531 (abstract link)  PDF ISI ID:000621173500003 BibTeX & \bibitem
  2. Vassilyeva, OY; Buvaylo, EA; Lobko, YV; Linnik, RP; Kokozay, VN; Skelton, BW
    Organic–inorganic hybrid tetrachlorocadmates as promising fluorescent agents for cross-linked polyurethanes: synthesis, crystal structures and extended performance analysis
    RSC Adv. 11 :  (10 pages), 2021.
    doi:10.1039/d0ra10787e (abstract link)  PDF ISI ID:000619136600061 BibTeX & \bibitem

Year 2020

  1. Darabut, AM; Purikova, OH; Lobko, YV
    Synthesis of bis-azobenzene derivatives with reactive bromohexyl unit and carboxylic acid group based on Disperse Yellow 7
    Eur. J. Chem. 11 :  (6 pages), 2020.
    doi:10.5155/eurjchem.11.4.298-303.2032 (abstract link)  PDF BibTeX & \bibitem

Scientific activities

Current research is focused on the synthesis and investigation of metal and metal-supported catalyst nanoparticles, as well as the preparation of membrane electrode assemblies for fuel cells by spraying techniques.

Scientific work in the field of polymer chemistry and physics was focused on the synthesis and investigation of the structure and properties of polymers and biopolymers, electrically conductive and optical polymer composites, hybrid ion-conductive membranes, and metal-organic compounds for optical, electronic, fuel cell, and biological applications.

    

Scientific expertise

Synthesis of catalyst nanoparticles, polymers, and polymer composites; investigation of the structure and properties of materials by chemical and physical methods such as ultraviolet and visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis), infrared spectroscopy (IR), thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA), electron spin resonance analysis (ESR), dielectric relaxation spectroscopy (DRS), impedance spectroscopy, fuel cells, cyclic voltammetry, and others.