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MSc Agnieszka Lipke

MSc Agnieszka Lipke
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Tuesday at 9.00-10.00, room 9, 'Small Chemistry'


Pl. M. Curie Skłodowskiej 2/9
20-031 Lublin

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Spectroscopic analysis of porphyrin systems in solutions and silica gels,
with particular emphasis on their use in oxidation processes of terpene compounds.

Scientific Activity

Scentific achievements:

Individual Rector's Award for technical employees in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018;

Head of targeted subsidy for conducting scientific research or development works and related tasks, serving the development of young scientists and participants of doctoral studies at the Faculty of Chemistry UMCS as part of a departmental competition in 2014, 2016, 2017 i 2018;

Performer in the Project No. 2015/17/B/NZ9/03607, The biological activity of porphyrinoids and mechanisms of their action against intracellular bee pathogens of the genus of Nosema, (2016-2020).


Selected publications:

1. M. Trytek, J. Fiedurek, A. Lipke, S. Radzki, „Porphyrins incorporated to SiO2 gels as fluorescent materials and efficient catalysts in biomimetic photocatalytic systems”, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 51 (2009) 272-286. (IF = 1,632)

2. M. Trytek, E. Janik, W. Maksymiec, J. Fiedurek, A. Lipke, M. Majdan, “The spectral and catalytic studies of chlorophylls and pheophytins in mimetic biotransformation of α-pinene”, J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chemistry 223 (2011) 14-24. (IF = 2,421)

3. M. Trytek, M. Majdan, A. Lipke, J. Fiedurek, „Sol-gel immobilization of octaethylporphine and hematoporphyrin for biomimetic photooxidation of α-pinene”, J Catal. 286 (2012) 193-205. (IF = 6,002)

4. R. Łyszczek, A. Lipke, “Microwave-assisted synthesis of lanthanide 2,6-naphthalenedicarboxylates: thermal, luminescent and sorption characterization”, Microporous Mesoporous Mater. 168 (2013) 81-91. (IF = 3,365)

5. M. Trytek, A. Lipke, M. Majdan, S. Pisarek, D. Gryko, „Homo- and heterogeneous α-pinene photooxidation using protoporphyrin derived amide”, Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2013(9) (2013) 1653-1658. (IF = 3,344)

6. D.J. Walaszek, K. Maximova, K. Rybicka-Jasińska, A. Lipke, D. Gryko, „Synthesis of chiral porphyrins and their use in photochemical oxidation of carbonyl compounds”, J. Porph. Phthal. 18(6) (2014) 493-505. (IF = 1,364)

7. B. Podkościelna, A. Lipke, B. Gawdzik, M. Majdan, „Synthesis, characterization and luminescent properties of new copolymers of dimethacrylate derivatives of naphthalene-2,7-diol”, Polym. Adv. Technol. 26(2) (2015) 176-181. (IF = 1,757)

8. R. Łyszczek, A. Ostasz, A. Bartyzel, A. Lipke, „Thermal, spectroscopic and luminescence investigations of lanthanide(III) coordination polymers based on V-shaped 4,4’-sulfonyldibenzoic acid”, J. Anal. Appl. Pyrolysis 115 (2015) 370-378. (IF = 3,564)

9. W. Gac, W. Zawadzki, G. Słowik, J. Pawlonka, A. Machocki, A. Lipke, M. Majdan, „The effects of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide surfactant on alumina modified zinc oxides”, Mater. Res. Bull. 78 (2016) 36-45. (IF = 2,288)

10. Y. Bolbukh, B. Podkościelna, A. Lipke, A. Bartnicki, B. Gawdzik, V. Tertykh, „Immobilization of polymeric luminophor on nanoparticles surface”, Nanoscale Res. Lett. 11 (2016) 206. (IF = 2,779)

11. B. Podkoscielna, A. Lipke, M. Majdan, B. Gawdzik, A. Bartnicki, „Thermal and photoluminescence analysis of a methacrylic diester derivative of naphthalene-2,7-diol”, J. Therm. Anal. Calorim. 126 (2016) 161-170. (IF = 2,042)

12. A. Lipke, M. Makarska-Białokoz, Arleta Sierakowska, Beata Jasiewicz, “Non-covalent interactions between thio-caffeine derivatives and water-soluble porphyrin in ethanol-water environment”, Spectrochim. Acta A Mol. Biomol. Spectrosc. 192 (2018) 304-311. (IF = 2.536)

13. R. Łyszczek, M. Gil, H. Głuchowska, B. Podkościelna, A. Lipke, P. Mergo, “Hybrid materials based on PEGDMA matrix and europium(III) carboxylates -thermal and luminescent investigations”, Eur. Polym. J. 106 (2018) 318-328. (IF = 3,741)

14. M. Makarska-Białokoz, A. Lipke, “Study of the binding interactions between uric acid and bovine serum albumin using multiple spectroscopic techniques”, J. Mol. Liquids 106 (2018) 318-328. (IF = 3,741)