Associate ProfessorMałgorzata Maria Kaczmarek

Associate Professor
  • 1991 – M.Sc.
  • 1998 – Ph.D.
  • 2014 – Habilitation
  • Physicochemistry of lanthanide ions and their complexes
  • Processes of energy transfer in systems containing lanthanide ions
  • Reaction systems showing ultra-low emissions
  • Development of new methods for the determination of organic substances (active substances, drugs and other substances of biological importance) inorganic ions based on chemiluminescent reaction systems
  1. Lanthanide-sensitized luminescence and chemiluminescence in the systems containing most often used medicines; a review, M. Kaczmarek, Journal of Luminescence  222 (2020) Article number 117174.
  2. Oxidation of certain fluoroquinolones using the chemical sources of reactive oxygen species in the presence of Tb(III) ions and analytical application of these systems, M. Kaczmarek, K. Staninski, M. Stodolny, Journal of Luminescence  215 ( 2019) Article number 116654.
  3. Terbium(III) ions as sensitizers of oxidation of indole and its derivatives in Fenton system, M. Kaczmarek, K. Staninski, Journal of Luminescence 183 (2017) 470-477.
  4. Lanthanide ions (III) as sensitizers of melatonin oxidation in reaction mixtures providing reactive species of oxygen and nitrogen, M. Kaczmarek, Journal of Luminescence  162 (2015) 31-35.
  5. Chemiluminescent systems generating reactive oxygen species from the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide and their analytical applications, S. Lis, M. Kaczmarek, Trends in Analytical Chemistry; 44 (2013) 1-11.
  6. Chemiluminescence determination of tetracyclines using Fenton system in the presence europium(III) ions,M. Kaczmarek, S. Lis,  Analytica Chimica Acta  639 (2009) 96-100.