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Screen-printed conductive carbon layers for dye-sensitized solar cells and electrochemical detection of dopamine 3817 3829
Michal Hatala, Pavol Gemeiner, Lenka Lorencová, Milan Mikula, Matej Hvojnik, Michaela Pavličková, Aleš Ház, Daniel Kosnáč, Tomáš Bertók, and Ján Tkáč Vol. 75, 8
Possibilities for removal of chlorinated dye Mordant Blue 9 from model waste water‡ 470 476
Miroslav Šimek, Petr Mikulášek, Petr Kalenda, and Tomáš Weidlich Vol. 70, 4
Evaluation of a spectroscopic tandem method using information theory 227 231
Silvia Ružičková and Mikuláš Matherny Vol. 62, 3
Enhancement of Tubular Cross-Flow Microfiltration of Dispersions by Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flow 7 13
P. Pospíšil, P. Mikulášek, P. Doleček, and J. Cakl Vol. 56, 1
Rheoviscometry of Offset Inks and their Emulsions with Water 15 22
J. Kindernay, J. Panák, and M. Mikula Vol. 55, 1
Cytotoxic effects of 2,4-disubstituted 6H-5,1,3-benzothiadiazocines 574 574
M. Hazuchova, M. Mikulasova, and A. Gul'asova Vol. 52, SI
Truncation of tau precedes fragmentation of DNA in Alzheimer's disease 429 430
M. Novak, G. Ugolini, M. Ferencik, I. Mikula, A. Mitro, and A. Cattaneo Vol. 52, SI
The malate dehydrogenase from Streptomyces aureofaciens: Purification and properties 355 355
D. Mikulasova, N. Mernik, and M. Kollarova Vol. 52, SI
The malate dehydrogenase from Streptomyces aureofaciens 356 356
M. Kollarova, D. Mikulasova, and N. Mernik Vol. 52, SI
Impact of an Anionic Surfactant Addition on Solubility of Humic Acid in Acid-Alkaline Solutions 753 755
I. S. Shaban and V. Mikulaj Vol. 52, 6
A Study of Photoelectrochemical Deposition of Organic Layers on Sol-Gel Ti02 Surfaces 193 197
M. Čeppan, M. Mikula, R. Fiala, V. Brezová, A. Blažková, and J. Panák Vol. 51, 4
The Possible Application of Dissolution Measurements to the Study of Composite Films 358 361
D. Bakoš, B. Havlínová, and M. Mikula Vol. 47, 6
Synthesis and some solution properties of block copolymer styrene acrylonitrile 235 242
V. Chrástová, D. Mikulášová, P. Citovický, and J. Schenkmayer Vol. 42, 2
Benzothiazole compounds. 27. Alkylation and antifungal activity of some 2-R-3-(2-mercaptoethyl)benzothiazolines 779 790
S. Mikulášek, V. Sutoris, A. Perjéssy, and P. Foltínová Vol. 40, 6
Influence of the type of activator and emulsifier on heterogeneously initiated polymerization of styrene 499 507
V. Chrástová, P. Citovický, D. Mikulášová, and J. Schenkmayer Vol. 40, 4
Emulsion polymerization in the presence of inorganic material 475 483
D. Mikulášová, V. Chrástová, P. Citovický, and I. Hudec Vol. 37, 4
Photoinitiated emulsion polymerization of styrene or methyl methacrylate in the presence of zinc oxide 485 494
I. Hudec, D. Mikulášová, P. Citovický, and V. Chrástová Vol. 37, 4
Oxidized poly(vinyl chloride) as a heterogeneous initiator of emulsion polymerization 223 230
V. Chrástová, D. Mikulášová, and P. Citovický Vol. 36, 2
Measurements of molecular characteristics of the extremely high molecular mass polystyrene in solution 543 549
L. Šoltés, D. Mikulášová, and I. Hudec Vol. 35, 4
Polymolecularity of the extremely high molecular mass polymer prepared by emulsion polymerization with a macromolecular initiator forming a heterogeneous phase 533 541
L. Šoltés, D. Mikulášová, J. Susla, and I. Hudec Vol. 35, 4
Benzothiazole compounds. XIV. Synthesis and antitubercular activity of some derivatives of N-[1-(4-R-2-benzothiazolyl-X)-2,2,2-trichloroethyl]- and N-[1-(2-X-6-R-3-benzothiazolinyl-Y)-2,2,2-trichloroethyl]formamides, -acetamides, -chloroacetamides, and -benzamides 550 557
S. Mikulášek, V. Sutoris, Ž. Odlerová, A. Perjéssy, and V. Konečný Vol. 33, 4
Benzothiazole compounds. XIII. Synthesis and antitubercular activity of some N-[1-(6-R-2-benzothiazolylamino)-2,2,2-trichloroethyl]formamide, -acetamide, -chloroacetamide, and -benzamide derivatives 691 700
S. Mikulášek, Ž. Odlerová, V. Sutoris, A. Perjéssy, and E. Solčániová Vol. 32, 5
Role of polypropylene polyhydroperoxide in the emulsion polymerization of styrene and methyl methacrylate 186 193
D. Mikulášová, V. Chrástová, P. Citovický, and T. Fačková Vol. 32, 2
Decomposition of peroxides of isotactic powdered polypropylene by hydroiodic acid 194 204
P. Citovický, I. Šimek, D. Mikulášová, and V. Chrástová Vol. 32, 2
Influence of triethylenetetramine on the emulsion polymerization of styrene 205 210
V. Chrástová, D. Mikulášová, and P. Citovický Vol. 32, 2
Iodometric determination of hydroperoxides of powdered isotactic polypropylene 342 350
P. Citovický, I. Šimek, D. Mikulášová, and V. Chrástová Vol. 30, 3
Emulsion polymerization of styrene initiated by peroxides of powdered isotactic polypropylene in the presence of triethylenetetramine 802 809
P. Citovický, I. Šimek, D. Mikulášová, V. Chrástová, and J. Řezníček Vol. 28, 6
Benzothiazole compounds. V. Synthesis and antimicrobial effects of some esters of (2-benzothiazolylthio)acetic acid and 6-substituted (2-benzothiazolylthio)formic acid 686 692
S. Mikulášek, V. Sutoris, P. Foltínová, V. Konečný, and G. Blőckinger Vol. 28, 5
 Chemical stabilization of daughter 99mTc after the β-decay in chelate systems with molybdenyl-(99Mo) 37 46
V. Mikulaj, P. Rajec, and V. Faberová Vol. 28, 1
Two-phase model of nonuniformly fluidized beds according to Pyle and Harrison 634 642
O. Mikula and I. Havalda Vol. 27, 5
Three-flow model of nonuniformly fluidized beds in the system gas-particles 643 653
O. Mikula and I. Havalda Vol. 27, 5
Redox polymerization systems for the preparation of grafted polypropylene. I. Grafting of polypropylene with styrene in the presence of triethylenetetramine metal chelates 263 267
D. Mikulášová and P. Citovický Vol. 27, 2
Redox polymerization systems for the preparation of grafted polypropylene. II. Grafting of polypropylene with vinyl or diene monomers in the presence of iron(2+) ion chelates 268 272
P. Citovický, D. Mikulášová, and V. Chrástová Vol. 27, 2
Chemical consequences of the β-decay of  147Nd in tris(cyclopentadienyl)neodymium 14 22
R. Kopunec, F. Macášek, and V. Mikulaj Vol. 27, 1
Stabilization of daughter 99mTc after the ß-decay of 99Mo in dihydrido-bis(cyclopentadienyl)molybdenum-(99Mo) 23 31
V. Mikulaj, F. Macášek, and R. Kopunec Vol. 27, 1
Preparation of crystalline polychloroprene rubber 449 456
P. Citovický, D. Mikulášová, and V. Chrástová Vol. 26, 5
The role of the emulsifier in grafting oxidized polypropylene by styrene in the presence of iron(II) sulfate and triethylenetetramine 605 609
P. Citovický and D. Mikulášová Vol. 22, 8
Synthesis of azodicarboxylic acid imide, its N-substituted derivatives and their use as dienophiles in the Diels-Alder reaction 427 442
M. Furdík, S. Mikulášek, M. Livař, and S. Priehradný Vol. 21, 6
Laboratory radiation source for radiochemical research 182 190
P. Drienovsky, R. Kopunec, F. Macášek, V. Mikulaj, and D. Culka Vol. 21, 3
Mechanism of action of the triethylenetetramine-ferrous sulfate system in grafting 37 42
D. Mikulášová and P. Citovický Vol. 20, 1
Inoculation of polypropylene with styrene. II. The optimum concentration of components of the redox system 620 628
I. Šimek, D. Mikulášová, and M. Gheorghiu Vol. 18, 8
Inoculation of polypropylene with styrene. I. Use of tri-ethylenetetramine-iron(II) redox system 614 619
D. Mikulášová and M. Gheorghiu Vol. 18, 8
The determination of β-glucuronidase in the juice of the stomach of the garden snail, Helix pomatia 468 471
V. Štolc and L. Mikulaj Vol. 14, 6
Polymerization of tetrasubstituted allylmethylsilanes. IV. Copolymerization of methyl methacrylate with triallylmethylsilane and tetraallylsilane 228 233
D. Mikulášová, J. Pavlinec, I. Šimek, and A. Hrivík Vol. 13, 4
Polymerization of tetrasubstituted allylmethylsilanes. III. Kinetics of the polymerization of triallylmethylsilane and tetraallylsilane 32 36
A. Hrivík and D. Mikulášová Vol. 12, 1
Polymerization of tetrasubstituted allylmethylsilanes. II. The mechanism of radical polymerization of allyltrimethylsilane 708 714
D. Mikulášová and A. Hrivík Vol. 11, 12
The polymerization of tetrasubstituted allylmethylsilanes. I. Kinetics of the polymerization of allyltrimethylsilane and diallyldimethylsilane 641 650
D. Mikulášová and A. Hrivík Vol. 11, 11
The preparation of allylmagnesium bromide 622 625
D. Mikulášová, A. Hrivík, and I. Šimek Vol. 10, 10

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