Laboratory of Environmental Geochemical Analysis


Head of the laboratory: Dr. T. Matys Grygar 



Analytical Laboratory was a small service workplace since 1990s, which performed characterisation and conventional chemical analysis of products from other laboratories of the Institute. Later we have developed a solid-state voltammetric analysis of Fe and Mn oxides and succesfully used it in numerous materials and geochemical studies, mainly in collaboration with Czech universities. Today the Laboratory is focused on development of novel approaches to analysis of solids with particular orientation on chemical materials (mainly in collaboration with V. Štengl, Deparment of Materials Chemistry) and unconsolidated na sediments (more details in the section of Research). Major parts of the Laboratory activities are now own research and training of university students.



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Faměra Martin, Mgr., Ph.D. 266173113
Hošek Michal, Mgr. 266173117
Kotková Kristýna, Mgr. 266173502, 266173114
Maříková Monika, Mgr. 266173502, 266173114
Matys Grygar Tomáš, RNDr., CSc., vedoucí 266173113, 266173502
Tůmová Štěpánka, Ing. 266173117
Vorm Petr 266173114


Laboratory disposes of an ED XRF spectrometer, a Raman microscope and an AAS-AES with flame atomization.



Title Recipient Principal investigator
Reference climate curve for the beginning of the Miocene Climatic Optimum in Central Europe ÚACH Matys Grygar Tomáš

Most cited papers

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  • Fe(III)-modified montmorillonite and bentonite: Synthesis, chemical and UV-Vis spectral characterization, As sorption, and catalysis of oxidative dehydrogenation of propane, T. Grygar, D. Hradil, P. Bezdička, B. Doušová, L. Čapek, O. Schneeweiss, Clays Clay Miner. 55 (2007) 165-176
  • Sorption of As(V) on aluminosilicates treated with Fe(II) nanoparticles, B. Doušová, T. Grygar, A. Martaus, L. Fuitová, D. Koloušek, V Machovič, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 302 (2006) 424–431
  • Mixed oxides obtained from Co and Mn containing layered double hydroxides: Preparation, characterization, and catalytic properties, F. Kovanda, T. Rojka, J. Dobešová, V. Machovič, P. Bezdička, L. Obalová, K. Jirátová, T. Grygar, J. Solid State Chem. 179 (2006) 812-823
  • Analysis of Fe species in zeolites by UV–VIS–NIR, IR spectra and voltammetry. Effect of preparation, Fe loading and zeolite type, L. Čapek, V. Kreibich, J. Dědeček, T. Grygar, B. Wichterlová, Z. Sobalík, J.A. Martens, R. Brosius, V. Tokarová, Micropor. Mesopor. Mater. 80 (2005) 279-289
  • Electrochemical analysis of natural solid organic dyes and pigments, T. Grygar, Š Kučková, D. Hradil, J Hradilová, J. Solid State Electrochem. 7 (2003) 706-713
  • Iron oxide mineralogy in late Miocene red beds from La Gloria, Spain: rock-magnetic, voltammetric and Vis spectroscopy analyses, T. Grygar, J. Dědeček, P. Kruiver, M.J. Dekkers, P. Bezdička, O. Schneeweiss, Catena, 53 (2003) 115-132
  • The electrochemical dissolution of iron(III) and chromium(III) oxides and ferrites under conditions of abrasive stripping voltammetry, T. Grygar, J. Electroanal Chem. 405 (1996) 117-125
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