Associate ProfessorAnna Jakubowska-Kozik
In the years 1983-1988 she studied chemistry at the Faculty of Chemistry at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Employed in 1988 at the Department of Physical Chemistry of the Faculty of Chemistry of the Adam Mickiewicz University as an assistant, she held all positions of a researcher up to the position of an associate professor. She completed a scientific internship at the Institute of Physical Chemistry at the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Bielefeld in Germany. She is a co-author of scripts for bachelor and master degree students at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Adam Mickiewicz University: Ćwiczenia laboratoryjne z chemii fizycznej(published in 1994, 1997 and 2004), Wykłady i ćwiczenia z chemii fizycznej 2(published in 2001 and 2003) and Laboratory Exercises in Physical Chemistry (2005 edition). In scientific work, she uses the following research methods: conductometric, viscometric, spectrophotometric, surface tension measurements, mass spectrometry, and the stopped-flow method.
Awards of the Rector of Adam Mickiewicz University for achievements in scientific and didactic work.
- effect of ions on the activity and structure of water,
- ion hydration,
- physicochemical properties of micellar systems,
- specific ion effects,
- ion affinity to monomers and micelle surface of ionic surfactants.
- A. Jakubowska, Effect of the electrolyte concentration on cation binding in aqueous surfactant solutions, ChemPhysChem 7, 2312-2318 (2006),
- A. Jakubowska, Stability of anion binding with monomers of a cationic surfactant, ChemPhysChem 9, 829-831 (2008),
- A. Jakubowska, Bonding stability and dehydration constants for hydrated metal ions, J. Chem. Eng. Data 55, 1876-1881 (2010),
- A. Jakubowska, Interactions of univalent counterions with headgroups of monomers and dimers of an anionic surfactant, Langmuir 31, 3293-3300 (2015),
- A. Jakubowska, M. Pawlak, Determination of physicochemical parameters of sodium dodecyl sulfate in aqueous micellar solutions containing short-chain alcohols, J. Chem. Eng. Data 63, 3285-3296 (2018).