Jednostki i pracownicy - książka adresowa

dr hab Joanna Krawczyk

dr hab Joanna Krawczyk
Assistant professor
Telephone number
81-537 56 03
E-mail address
Friday 9.30-11.30


Pl. M. Curie-Skłodowskiej 3 p.117
20-031 Lublin

Personal information


2004 - Master of Science

Title of master thesis: Application of the system composed of cobalt (II) and iron (II) octenian with ketones hydroperoxides containing hydrogen peroxide for free radical polymerization initiation

2009 - Doctor of Science

Title of doctoral thesis: Effect of surfactants on wettability of some solids considering human skin

2019 - Habilitation in Chemical Sciences

Title of scientific achievement: Structure of chosen carbohydrate surfactants and prediction of their adsorption, aggregation and wetting properties


Scientific Activity

Subject of research:

Investigation of the adsorption and volumetric properties of surfactants and determining the relationship between these properties and the wetting properties of surfactants in various types of systems.

Chosen publications:

1. D. Mańko, A. Zdziennicka, J. Krawczyk, B. Jańczuk, Wetting and adsorption properties of n-octyl-β-D-glucopyranoside and  monorhamnolipid in the system polytetrafluoroethylene-solution-air, Colloids Surf. A, 486 (2015) 114-123.

2. A. Zdziennicka, J. Krawczyk, K. Szymczyk, B. Jańczuk, Components and parameters of liquids and some polymers surface tension at different temperature, Colloids Surf. A, 529 (2017) 864-875.

3. J. Krawczyk, Thermodynamic properties of disaccharide based surfactants adsorption at the water-air interface, Colloids Surf. A, 551 (2018) 50-57.

4. A. Zdziennicka, J. Krawczyk, K. Szymczyk, B. Jańczuk, Macroscopic and microscopic properties of some surfactants and biosurfactants, Inter. J. Mol. Sci., 19 (2018) 1934-1951.

5. J. Krawczyk, Solid wettability modification via adsorption of antimicrobial sucrose fatty acid esters and some other sugar-based surfactants, Molecules, 23 (2018) 1-25.

6. J. Karasiewicz, J. Krawczyk, Thermodynamic Analysis of Trisiloxane Surfactant Adsorption and Aggregation Processes, Molecules, 25 (2020) 1-25.