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  • Vacuum Rabi splitting of a dark plasmonic cavity mode revealed by fast electrons 

    Bitton, Ora; Gupta, Satyendra Nath; Houben, Lothar; Kvapil, Michal; Křápek, Vlastimil; Šikola, Tomáš; Haran, Gilad (Springer Nature, 2020-12-01)
    Recent years have seen a growing interest in strong coupling between plasmons and excitons, as a way to generate new quantum optical testbeds and influence chemical dynamics and reactivity. Strong coupling to bright plasmonic ...
  • Verification of Nine-phase PMSM Model in d-q Coordinates with Mutual Couplings 

    Kozovský, Matúš; Blaha, Petr; Václavek, Pavel (IEEE, 2016-11-25)
    Electric motors with more than three phases have many advantages comparing to ordinary three-phase motor. For this reason it is natural to pay attention to them and to work on advanced control methods. Control algorithms ...
  • Voltammetry as a Tool for Characterization of CdTe Quantum Dots 

    Adam, Pavlína; Vaculovičová, Markéta; Hubálek, Jaromír; Adam, Vojtěch; Kizek, René (MDPI, 2013-06-27)
    Electrochemical detection of quantum dots (QDs) has already been used in numerous applications. However, QDs have not been well characterized using voltammetry, with respect to their characterization and quantification. ...
  • Water-dispersible TiO2 nanoparticles via a biphasic solvothermal reaction method 

    Mohan, Rajneesh; Drbohlavová, Jana; Hubálek, Jaromír (Springer, 2013-12-01)
    A biphasic solvothermal reaction method has been used for the synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles (NPs). In this method, hydrolysis and nucleation occur at the interface of organic phase (titanium (IV) n-propoxide and stearic acid ...
  • Wear of grinding rotors with thermally-sprayed coatings in a high-speed mill 

    Tkachenko, Serhii; Dvořák, Karel; Jech, David; Slámečka, Karel; Klakurková, Lenka; Paloušek, David; Čelko, Ladislav (Elsevier, 2018-10-15)
    In this paper, the erosion behavior of three types of protective thermally-sprayed coatings and non-coated substrate steel was investigated under semi-industrial test conditions using a laboratory high-speed pin mill DESI-11. ...
  • X-ray induced electrostatic graphene doping via defect charging in gate dielectric 

    Procházka, Pavel; Mareček, David; Lišková, Zuzana; Čechal, Jan; Šikola, Tomáš (NPG, 2017-04-03)
    Graphene field effect transistors are becoming an integral part of advanced devices. Hence, the advanced strategies for both characterization and tuning of graphene properties are required. Here we show that the X-ray ...
  • Zinc phosphate nanoparticles as an antimicrobial agent and their impact on rats microbiota 

    Kočiová, Silvia; Bytešníková, Zuzana; Horký, Pavel; Kopel, Pavel; Adam, Vojtěch; Šmerková, Kristýna (Mendel University in Brno, 2019-01-02)
    Nano minerals, especially trace minerals, are widely used in different fields, but mostly in animal systems. They can improve overall immunity and also a digestive efficacy in livestock. In this case, nanometals as nano ...
  • Zinc Phosphate Nanoparticles Preparation and Their Antimicrobial Activity 

    Kopel, Pavel; Cernei, Natalia Vladimirovna; Gagić, Milica; Horký, Pavel; Šmerková, Kristýna; Adam, Vojtěch (Tanger, 2019-02-01)
    Zinc phosphate particles were prepared by reaction of zinc nitrate with hydrogen phosphate, diphosphate and triphosphate, and characterized by Dynamic Light scattering (DLS) and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). Antibacterial ...
  • Zinc phosphate-based nanoparticles as a novel antibacterial agent: in vivo study on rats after dietary exposure 

    Horký, Pavel; Skaličková, Sylvie; Urbánková, Lenka; Baholet, Daria; Kočiová, Silvia; Bytešníková, Zuzana; Kabourková, Eliška; Lacková, Zuzana; Cernei, Natalia Vladimirovna; Gagić, Milica; Milosavljević, Vedran; Smolíková, Vendula; Václavková, Eva; Nevrkla, Pavel; Knot, Pavel; Kryštofová, Olga; Hynek, David; Kopel, Pavel; Skládanka, Jiří; Adam, Vojtěch; Šmerková, Kristýna (BioMed Central, 2019-02-12)
    Background: Development of new nanomaterials that inhibit or kill bacteria is an important and timely research topic. For example, financial losses due to infectious diseases, such as diarrhea, are a major concern in ...
  • Zinc phosphate-based nanoparticles as alternatives to zinc oxide in diet of weaned piglets 

    Kočiová, Silvia; Doleželíková, Kristýna; Horký, Pavel; Skaličková, Sylvie; Baholet, Daria; Bozděchová, Lucie; Václavková, Eva; Bělková, Jaroslava; Nevrkla, Pavel; Skládanka, Jiří; Do, Tomáš; Zítka, Ondřej; Haddad, Yazan Abdulmajeed Eyadh; Kopel, Pavel; Žůrek, Luděk; Adam, Vojtěch; Šmerková, Kristýna (BioMed Central, 2020-06-09)
    Background The high doses of zinc oxide (ZnO) administered orally to piglets for the prevention of diarrhea and increase of growth rate can contaminate pig farms and the surrounding environment. Therefore, there is a need ...
  • The Zinc-Schiff Base-Novicidin Complex as a Potential Prostate Cancer Therapy 

    Milosavljević, Vedran; Haddad, Yazan Abdulmajeed Eyadh; Merlos Rodrigo, Miguel Ángel; Moulick, Amitava; Polanská, Hana; Hynek, David; Heger, Zbyněk; Kopel, Pavel; Adam, Vojtěch (PLOS, 2016-10-11)
    Prostate cancer cells control energy metabolism by chelating intracellular zinc. Thus, zinc delivery has been a popular therapeutic approach for prostate cancer. Here, we propose the use of the membrane-penetrating peptide ...