Electrospun nanofibers of a copolymer consisting of polyvinylalcohol that has been crosslinked with an inorganic polymer containing phosphorus, oxygen and nitrogen only.

Prof. Jurgis Barkauskas

Dept. Inorganic Chemistry Vilnius University, Naugarduko 24 LT-03225, Vilnius Lithuania

Tel.: +370 5 219-31-74
Fax: +370 5 233-09-87

Graphene; graphene nanoribbons (including heteroatoms); carbon nanotubes; electroconductive polymers; inorganic electroconductive polymers (polythiazyl, parathiocyanogen, paracyanogen); biocompatibility; membranes; coatings; surface chemistry; composites.

• Gas flow and temperature regulation equipment for the synthesis, Omron, Omega Engineering.
• TitroLine for determination of surface functional groups (2010)
• Centrifuge SIGMA 1-6P 8000 rpm (2010)
• Sonication equipment VCX 130 PB, SONYCS Vibra cell (2007)
• Gel-electrophoresis equipment MSMINI, CSLUVTS312, DI-HD CSL-MICRODOC (2010)

• Access to all types of equipments at the Faculty of Chemistry, Vilnius University: Multi-detector GPC/SEC (Viscotek), DLS, Zetasizer (Nano ZS, Malvern), DSC 8000 (Perkin Elmer), Frontier FT-IR (Perkin Elmer), UV/Vis lambda 20 (Perkin Elmer), Surface area analyzer TriStar II 3020 (Micrometrics), Freeze dry system FreeZone Plus (Labconco), Tangential flow filtration Labscale TFF (Millipore), XRD D8 Advanced (Bruker), FE-SEM SU70with EDS and EBSD (Hitachi), TGA + DSC Pyris1 TGA and Clarus 600TGS/MS (Perkin Elmer), GC/LC, AAS, Automatic compounds elemental analyser Flash 2000 series CHNS-O (Thermo Scientific), FFT electrochemical impedance spectroscoper EIS-218/16, SEM SECM-030 (Sensolytics), Elipsometer M-2000 (J.A.Woolam), RamanFlex 400 (Perkin Elmer), etc.