Mgr. Barbora Štádlerová
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- since 2018: Ph.D. student (Analytical Chemistry), Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague; work on dissertation at Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v. v. i., Detached workplace – Department of Trace Element Analysis, Prague; Ph.D. Thesis: Development of an instrumentation and methodology for ultratrace element analysis by means of volatile species generation and atomic fluorescence spectrometry (supervisor RNDr. Stanislav Musil, Ph.D.).
- 2018: MSc. (Mgr.) graduated (Analytical Chemistry), Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague; Master thesis: Optimization of atomization conditions for bismuth, lead and tin hydrides for development of hydride atomizers (supervisor: RNDr. Milan Svoboda, Ph.D.).
- 2016: Bc. graduated (Clinical and Toxicological Analysis) Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague. Bachelor thesis: Determination of total iron content in selected food supplements (supervisor: RNDr. Jakub Hraníček, Ph.D.).
- 2013-2016: Undergraduate student (Clinical and Toxicological Analysis), Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague.
- 2005–2013: high school student, Gymnázium Budějovická, Prague
PARTICIPATION IN GRANT PROJECTS
- Development of atomic fluorescence spectrometer for ultratrace element analysis. The grant agency of Charles University, project no. 1048120; 2020-2022.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
- VYHNANOVSKÝ J., YILDIZ D., ŠTÁDLEROVÁ B., MUSIL S.: Efficient photochemical vapor generation of bismuth using a coiled Teflon reactor: effect of metal sensitizers and analytical performance with flame-in-gas-shield atomizer and atomic fluorescence spectrometry. Microchemical Journal, 164 (2021) 105997.
- ŠTÁDLEROVÁ B., KOLROSOVÁ M., DĚDINA J., MUSIL S.: Atomic fluorescence spectrometry for ultrasensitive determination of bismuth based on hydride generation – the role of excitation source, interference filter and flame atomizers. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 35 (2020), 993–1002.