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Green Chemistry Research Group

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The synthesis of carboxamido-functionalised heterocycles via homogeneous catalytic reactions is planned. Homogeneous thio- and selenocarbonylations will be carried out by using either CS/CSe (together with conventional O- and N-nucleophiles) or CO (together with S- and Se-nucleophiles). As a green approach, the aplication of 3d metals (instead of platinum metals), biomass-based solvents (instead of conventional organic sovents) and CO-surrogates (instead of gaseous C)) is in the forefront of the research activity of the next years. 

We plan the synthesis of paramagnetic a-aminophosphonates, P-containing 3,4-disubstituted pyrroline nitroxides. Finding new possibilities of C-C bond forming reactions in the presence of stable nitroxide free radicals, (carbonylation, CH functionalization) is also among our aims. The synthesis and study of new SH-specific spin labels and design of new neuroprotective hybrid molecules and/or theranostic agents are our continuous challenges for a decade.

We also intend to synthesize novel biradical compounds with non-rigid scaffolds and study their spin-spin interactions. We also wish would synthesize paramagnetic pendamethalin derivatives to study the xenobiotic interactions with humic acid/clay models.

The weak interaction between bioactive molecules and their targets is in the focus of of our group. Both the effect of the molecular environment on the interaction between the bioactive molecules and their targets and the interaction of bioactive molecules with the elements of cell membranes are investigated by the highly sensitive photoluminescence studies. The effect of the composition of the solvent mixtures on the stabilities of the cavity-shaped molecules including different cavitand derivatives are planned to study. Molecular vibrations as key molecular motions will be examined in detail to describe its role on the entropy term associated to the molecular interactions.

Either the detection of the enantiomers of methotrexate and other bioactive molecules is planned to be improved due to the analytical purposes.

Further work is planned for studying corrosion properties of 3D printed medical implants made of titanium alloys. Specific interest has been turned up about effects of heat treatment and parameters of printing technology on corrosion resistance and on kinetics of building op passive surface film. Supporting methods as atomic absortion spectroscopy for   elementary analysis will be applied as well. (AAS measurements has been carried on in collaboration with geologist and environmental researchers.) In these studies we plan to collaborate with a group of engineering faculty.  working together with researchers of the Institute of Biology we are planning to use our recently improved H2S measuring methods in studying whine fermentation processes.  A bilateral (Hungary – France) research plan gained support recently. In the framework of it research will be carried on to improve electro-catalytic CO2 method. The new chronopotentiometric antioxidant measuring method recently invented will be further studied studying perspective application fields and finding more stable electro catalyst.  The scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) method and other applications of chemical an biochemical ultramicro electrodes will go on.


Prof. Dr. László Kollár
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24153
Prof. Dr. Tamás Kálai
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 36220 (36221)
Prof. Dr. Géza Nagy
professor emeritus
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24681
Dr. Lívia Nagy
senior research fellow
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24688
Dr. Cecília Pápayné Sár
associate professor
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 31138 (36220)
Prof. Dr. Tamás Kégl
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24585
Dr. Barna Kovács
associate professor
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24680
Prof. Dr. Sándor Kunsági-Máté
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 35449
Dr. Beáta Lemli
assistant professor
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 35462
Dr. László Kiss
research fellow
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24802, (36) 20 / 946-7055
Ferenc Kovács
assistant research fellow
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24680
Dr. Attila Takács
research fellow
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24120
Gábor Mikle
assistant research fellow
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24452
Péter Szuroczki
assistant research fellow
(36) 72 / 503-600 / 24588
Asserghine Abdelilah
PhD student
(36) 70 / 559-0077
Flórián Bencze
PhD student
Kinyua Muthuri Lawrence
PhD student
(36) 70 / 286-9307
Dr. Aleksandar Széchenyi
senior research fellow

Recent (published in 2023) publications of the Green Chemistry Research Group

P. Szuroczki, A. Takátsy, Z. Csók, T. R.Kégl, L. Kollár: Unexpected Selectivities in Transition Metal-Catalyzed Hydroformylation of Vinyl-Substituted Cavitands. MOLECULAR CATALYSIS 535 Paper: 112837 , 5 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mcat.2022.112837 (4.6, Q2) 

L. Kiss, Z. Nagymihály, P. Szabó, L. Kollár, S. Kunsági-Máté: Detection of residual 2-phenylphenol on lemon rind by electrochemically deposited poly(hydroxybenzaldehydes) and poly(hydroxybenzoic acids) films. MATERIALS 16 : 1 Paper: 357 , 12 p. (2023)              https://doi.org/10.3390/ma16010357 (3.4,Q2)

N. Uzunlu, P. Pongrácz, L. Kollár, A. Takács: Alkyl Levulinates and 2-Methyltetrahydrofuran: Possible Biomass-Based Solvents in Palladium-Catalysed Aminocarbonylation. MOLECULES 28 : 1 Paper: 442 , 15 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules28010442 (4.6,Q1) 

L. Kiss, Z. Nagymihály, L. Kollár, S. Kunsági-Máté: Voltammetric and fluorimeric studies of dibenzoylmethane on glassy carbon electrode and its interaction with tetrakis(3,5-dicarboxyphenoxy)cavitand derivative.              MOLECULES 28 : 1 Paper: 185 , 9 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules28010185 (4.6,Q1) 

S. Chniti, L. Kollár, A. Bényei, Á. Dörnyei, A. Takács: Highly chemoselective one-step synthesis of novel N-substituted pyrrolo[3,4-b]quinoline-1,3-dione via palladium-catalysed aminocarbonylation/carbonylative cyclization sequence. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 26 : 10 Paper: e202201374 (2023) https://doi.org/10.1002/ejoc.202201374 (2.8, Q2)

L. Kollár, A.Takács, C. Molnár, A. Kovács, L. T. Mika, P. Pongrácz: Palladium-catalyzed selective amino- and alkoxycarbonylation of iodoarenes with aliphatic aminoalcohols as heterobifunctional O,N-nucleophiles. JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 88 : 8 pp. 5172-5179. , 8 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.joc.2c02712 (3.6, Q1)        

F. Bencze, B. Bognár, T. Kálai, L. Kollár, Z. Nagymihály, S. Kunsági-Máté:              A new application of spin and fluorescence double sensor molecules.              MOLECULES 28 : 7 Paper: 2978 , 12 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules28072978 (4.6,Q1)

F. Bede, S. Mahó, V. Sándor, G. Mikle, L. Kollár:              Carboxamide formation in less favoured positions: facile synthesis of 7-carboxamidochenodeoxycholanic acid derivatives.        TETRAHEDRON 133 Paper: 133292 , 4 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tet.2023.133292 (2.1,Q2)             

F. Bede, L. Kollár, N. Lambert, P. Huszthy, P. Pongrácz: Palladium-catalysed hydroaminocarbonylation of olefins with aliphatic amines without additives. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 26 : 31 Paper: e202300571 (2023) https://doi.org/10.1002/ejoc.202300571 (2.8,Q2)           

Y. Bai, Z. Li, H. Yang, H. Li, S. Kunsági-Máté, H. Yan, S. Yin: Effect of plasma process on hydrogen evolution reaction of ternary MoS2(1−x)Se2x alloys. JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS 934 Paper: 167961 , 35 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jallcom.2022.167961 (6.2,Q1)            

D. Kincses, D. Jordáki, D. Szebeni, S. Kunsági-Máté, J. Szalma, E. Lempel: Effect of Ceramic and Dentin Thicknesses and Type of Resin-Based Luting Agents on Intrapulpal Temperature Changes during Luting of Ceramic Inlays. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES 24 : 6 Paper: 5466 , 17 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms24065466 (5.6,Q1)

L. Kiss, S. Kunsági-Máté, P. Szabó: Studies of Phenol Electrooxidation Performed on Platinum Electrode in Dimethyl Sulphoxide Medium. Determination of Unreacted Phenol by the Effect of 4-vinylbenzenesulphonate on the Electrooxidation Process. ELECTROANALYSIS 35 : 4 Paper: e202200268 , 9 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1002/elan.202200268 (3,Q2)            

L. Kiss, S. Kunsági-Máté: Scan rate and concentration dependence of the voltammograms of substituted phenols on electrodes with different size, diffusion coefficients of phenols in different solvents. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY 101 : 5 pp. 297-305. , 9 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1139/cjc-2022-0096 (1.1,Q3)       

E. Lempel, D. Szebeni, Zs. Őri, T. Kiss, J. Szalma, BV. Lovász, S. Kunsági-Máté, K. Böddi: The effect of high-irradiance rapid polymerization on degree of conversion, monomer elution, polymerization shrinkage and porosity of bulk-fill resin composites. DENTAL MATERIALS 39 : 4 pp. 442-453. , 12 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2023.03.016 (5,Q1)    

L. Tong, C. Su, H. Li, X. Wang, W. Fan, Q. Wang, S. Kunsági-Máté, H. Yan, S. Yin: Self-Driven Gr/WSe2/Gr Photodetector with High Performance Based on Asymmetric Schottky van der Waals Contacts. ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES 15 : 49 pp. 57868-57878, 11 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.3c14331 (9.5,Q1)         

H. Yan, M. Zhang, S. Wang, H. Li, S. Kunsági-Máté, S. Yin: Raman spectroscopy of strained monolayer graphene modulated by monodispersed Au nanoparticles. APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE 610 Paper: 155531 , 10 p. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2022.155531 (6.7,Q1)             

L. K. Muthuri, L. Nagy, G. Nagy: Chemically modified pencil electrodes for application in reagentless chronopotentiometric antioxidant activity measurement. ELECTROANALYSIS 2023;35:e202200505 https://doi.org/10.1002/elan.202200505 (3,Q2)            

Z. Meiszterics, A. Kiss, L. Nagy, T. Zsebe, Gy.F. Vasvári, D. C. Csonka,  G.Nagy: Investigationof the regenerationof the passive surface oxide layer of TiAl6V4 alloy printe by WAAM technology using different electrochemical test methods. ELECTROANALYSIS 2023;35:e202200506 https://doi.org/10.1002/elan.202200506 (3,Q2)

Selected recent publications of the Green Chemistry Research Group

(Szentágothai Research Centre is indicated in the affiliation)


Total number of publications  (between July 2018  and June 2020)

Q1: 37, Q2:24, Q3: 8, Q4:

IF (Total):  211.001


P. Szuroczki, G. Mikle, L. Kollár:

Synthesis of oxazol derivatives from iodoalkenes via aminocarbonylation–cycloisomerization sequence in one-pot reaction.

Mol. Catal. 452 (2018) 68-74. ( Q1, IF: 2.938)

A. Abu Seni, L, Kollár, L. T. Mika, P. Pongrácz:

Rhodium-catalysed aryloxycarbonylation of iodo-aromatics by 4-substituted phenols with carbon monoxide or paraformaldehyde.

Mol. Catal. 457 (2018) 67-73. (Q1, IF: 2.938)

E. Sághy, M. Payrits, Z. Helyes, T. Bíró-Sütő, R. Skodáné Földes, E. Szánti-Pintér, J. Erostyák, G. Makkai, G. Sétáló Jr., L. Kollár, T. Kőszegi, R. Csepregi, J. Szolcsányi, E Szőke:

Carboxamido steroids inhibit the opening properties of Transient Receptor Potential ion channels by modulation of lipid rafts.

J. Lipid Res.  59 (2018) 1851-1863. (Q1, IF: 4.743)

N. Pálinkás, L. Kollár, T. Kégl:

Palladium-Catalysed Synthesis of Amidines via Isonitrile Insertion.

ACS Omega 3 (2018) 16118−16126. ( Q1, IF: 2.584)

T. R. Kégl,, L. Kollár, T. Kégl:

Computational Characterization of Bidentate P-donor Ligands: Direct Comparision to Tolman’s Electronic Parameters.

Molecules 23 (2018) 3176; doi:10.3390/molecules23123176. (Q1, IF: 3.060)

E. Lempel, Zs. Őri, J. Szalma, B. V. Lovász, A. Kiss, Á. Tóth, S. Kunsági-Máté:

Effect of exposure time and pre-heating on the conversion degree of conventional, bulk-fill,      fiber reinforced and polyacid-modified resin composites.

Dental Materials 35 (2019) 217-228. (Q1, IF: 4.440)

S. Das, Z. Gazdag, L. Szente, M. Meggyes, Gy. Horváth, B. Lemli, S. Kunsági-Máté, M. Kuzma, T. Kőszegi:

Antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of randomly methylated β cyclodextrin – captured essential oils.

Food Chemistry 278 (2019) 305-313. (Q1, IF: 5.399)

Z. Faisal, S. Kunsági-Máté, B. Lemli, L. Szente, D. Bergmann, H. Humpf, M. Poór:

Interaction of Dihydrocitrinone with Native and Chemically Modified Cyclodextrins.

Molecules, 24 (2019) 1328. (Q1, IF: 3.060)

E. Fliszár-Nyúl, B. Lemli, S. Kunsági-Máté, L. Dellafiora, C. Dall’ Asta, G. Cruciani, G. Pethő, M. Poór:

Interaction of Mycotoxin Alternariol with Serum Albumin.

Int. J. Mol. Sci. 20 (2019) 2352. (Q1, IF: 4.153)

B. Lemli, D. Derdák, P. Laczay, D. Kovács, S. Kunsági-Máte:

Noncovalent Interaction of Tilmicosin with Bovine Serum Albumin.

Molecules 23 (2018) 1915-1924. (Q1, IF: 3.06)

V. Mohos, E. Fliszár-Nyúl, G. Schilli,Cs. Hetényi, B. Lemli, S. Kunsági-Máté, B. Bognár, M. Poór:

Interaction of Chrysin and Its Main ConjugatedMetabolites Chrysin-7-Sulfate and Chrysin-7-Glucuronide withSerum Albumin.

Int. J. Mol. Sci.  19 (2018) 4073-4087. (Q1, IF: 4.183)

A. Asserghine, D. Filotás, B. Németh, L. Nagy, G. Nagy:

Potentiometric scanning electrochemical microscopy for monitoring the pH distribution during the self-healing of passive titanium dioxide layer on titanium dental root implant exposed to physiological buffered (PBS) medium.

Electrochem. Commun. 95 (2018) 1. (Q1, IF: 4.197)

D. Filotás, B.M. Fernández-Pérez, A. Kiss, L. Nagy, G. Nagy, R.M. Souto:

Multi-barrel electrodes containing an internal micro-reference for the improved visualization of galvanic corrosion processes on magnesium-based materials using potentiometric scanning electrochemical microscopy.

Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical (Ref. No.: SNB-D-19-00677R2). (Q1, IF: 6.393)

B. Bartal, G. Mikle, L. Kollár, P. Pongrácz:

Palladium-catalysed carbonylations of alkyl and alkenyl halides with formic acid as carbonyl source. Synthesis of α,β-unsaturated carboxylic acids and esters.

Mol. Catal. 467 (2019) 143−149. (Q1, IF: 2.938)

A. Abu Seni, L. Kollár, P. Pongrácz:

Palladium-catalysed intramolecular asymmetric cyclohydroaryloxycarbonylation of 2-allylphenol derivatives. Synthesis of chiral lactones via cyclocarbonylation.

Mol. Catal. 482 (2020) 110673. (IF: 3.687; Q1)

Z. Nagymihály, B. Lemli, L. Kollár, S. Kunsági-Máté:

Solvent switched weak interaction of 4-quinazolinone with a cavitand derivative.

Molecules 25(8) (2020) 1915. (IF: 3.267; Q1))

Z. Preisz, Z. Nagymihály, B. Lemli, L. Kollár, S. Kunsági-Máté:

Weak interaction of the antimetabolite drug methotrexate with a cavitand derivative.

Int. J. Mol. Sci.  21(12) (2020) 4345. (IF: 4.556; Q1)

Isbera, M.; Bognár, B.; Gulyás-Fekete, G.; Kish, K.; Kálai, T.:

Syntheses of Pyrazine-, Quinoxaline-, and Imidazole-Fused Pyrroline Nitroxides.

Synthesis  51 (2019) 4463-4472. (IF: 2.675; Q1)

Zsidó, B. Z.; Balog, M.; Erős, N.; Poór, M.; Mohos, V.; Fliszár-Nyúl, E.; Hetényi, Cs.; Masaki, N.; Hideg, K.; Kálai, T.; Bognár, B.:

Synthesis of spin-Labelled Bergamottin: A Potent CYP3A4 Inhibitor with Antiproliferative Activity

Int. J. Mol. Sci. 21 (2019) 508. (IF: 4.556; Q1)

Isbera, M.; Bognár, B.; Jekő, J.; Sár, C.; Hideg, K.; Kálai, T.:

Syntheses and Reactions of Pyrroline, Piperidine Nitroxide Phosphonates.         
Molecules 25 (2020) 2430. (IF: 3.267; Q1)

Z. Faisal, E. Fliszár-Nyúl, L. Dellafiora, G. Galaverna, C. Dall'Asta, B. Lemli, S. Kunsági-Máté, L. Szente, M. Poór:

CyclodextrinsCanEntrap Zearalenone-14-Glucoside: Interaction of the Masked Mycotoxin with Cyclodextrins and Cyclodextrin Bead Polymer.

Biomolecules 9 (2019) 354-362. (IF: 4.082, Q1)

E. Fliszár-Nyúl, B. Lemli, S. Kunsági-Máté, L. Szente, M. Poór:

Interactions of Mycotoxin Alternariol with Cyclodextrins and its Removal from Aqueous Solution by Beta-Cyclodextrin Bead Polymer.

Biomolecules 9 (2019) 428-446. (IF: 4.082, Q1)

Z. Zelma, E. Fliszár-Nyúl, L. Dellafiora, G. Galaverna, C. Dall'Asta, B. Lemli, S. Kunsági-Máté, L. Szente, M. Poór:

Interaction of zearalenone-14-sulfate with cyclodextrins and theremoval of the modified mycotoxin from aqueous solution by beta-cyclodextrin bead polymer.

J. Mol. Liq. 310 (2020) 113236. (IF: 5.065, Q1)

H. Mohamed Ameen, S. Kunsági-Máté, P. Noveczky, L. Szente, B. Lemli:

Adsorption of Sulfamethazine Drug onto the Modified Derivatives of Carbon Nanotubes at Different pH.

Molecules 25 (2020) 2489-2499. (IF: 3.267, Q1)

H. Yan, S. Lin, R. Zhang, H. Li, B. Fu, J. Liu, L. Liu, S. Kunsági-Máté, Y. An:

Facile synthesis of high-crystalline Bi2Se3 nanoribbons without Se vacancies and their properties.

J. Mat. Sci. 55 (2020) 5145-5155. (IF: 3.553, Q1)

V. Mohos, E. Fliszár-Nyúl, B. Lemli, B. Zsidó, Z. Balázs, Cs. Hetényi, P. Mladěnka, P. Horký, M. Pour, M. Poór:

Testing the Pharmacokinetic Interactions of 24 Colonic Flavonoid Metaboliteswith Human Serum Albumin and Cytochrome P450 Enzymes.

Biomolecules 10 (2020) 409-426. (IF: 4.082; Q1)

A. Asserghine, M. M-Kosanović , L. Nagy, G.Nagy:

In situ monitoring of the transpassivation and repassivation of the passive film on nitinol biomaterial by scanning electrochemical microscopy.

Electrochem.  Commun. 107 (2019) 1–4, 106539. (IF: 4.333;  Q1)

D. Filotas, B.M. Fernandez-Perez, L. Nagy, G. Nagy, R.M. Souto:

A novel Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy strategy for the investigation of anomalous hydrogen evolution from AZ63 magnesium alloy.

Sensors and Actuators: B. Chemical 308 (2020) 127691. (IF: 7.100;  Q1)

A. Asserghine, M. Medvidovic-Kosanovic, L. Nagy, R. M. Souto, G. Nagy:

A study of the electrochemical reactivity of titanium under cathodic polarization by means of combined feedback and redox competition modes of scanning electrochemical microscopy.

Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 320 (2020) 128339. (IF: 7.100;  Q1)

OTKA K104956: Nitroxidokat és előanyagaikat tartalmazó szenzorok és biomolekulák szintézise (T. Kálai, 18M HUF for 4 years)

OTKA K113177: Homogénkatalitikus aszimmetrikus karbonilezési reakciók és mechanizmus-vizsgálatuk (L. Kollár, 24M HUF for 4 years))

TÉT_12_RO-1-2013-0015: Highly effective voltammetric methods f for monoamine neurotransmitter assessments  in complex biological matrices. (1.6 M HUF)

TÉT_12_RO-1-2013-0018: Mapping of  Nitro-Oxidative Species by Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy with Micro(bio)sensors. (1.3 M HUF)

TÉT_12_CN-1-2012-0040: Modifying lateral strain in III-nitride-based epitaxial layers by selectively patterning sapphire substrates with CNT bundles and graphene fractions (Xiamen University, China, 9.6 M HUF + 0.3 M CNY)

2019-2.1.11-TÉT-2019-00042 Study on the pharmacological effectiveness of chiral methotrexate molecules surrounded by the chiral water clusters (Austria)

TÁMOP-4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0065: Synthesis of supramolecular systems, their investigation and application in sensor chemistry. (170 M HUF) (total: 341M HUF for 2 years), PI: L. Kollár)

  • 210 publications (in international journals, cumulative impact ca. 460); 1900 independent citations
  • 9 basic patents in pharmaceutical and pesticide chemistry (announced in more than 30 countries).
  • 25 years cooperation with Gedeon Richter Pharmaceutical Works Ltd. (steroid chemistry group). Synthesis of novel, diphenyl ether-based pesticides (Budapest Chemical Works). Investigation of the copigmentation in red wines (Vylyan Viticulture).

Chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry

  • Development of carbonylation catalysts of high selectivity.
  • Synthesis of iodo-containing and silane substrates able to form dendritic cores.
  • Structural determination of first- (second-, third-) generation dendrimers.
  • Investigation of the practical application of dendrimers.
  • Laboratory devices necessary to carry out synthesis of dendrimers (inert Schlenk-technique, high-pressure autoclaves)
  • Analytical methods (400 MHz NMR, FT-IR-Raman, MS, fluorimetric methods)


Green chemistry research group

Bruker NMR Ascend 500MHz

PhD  degrees obtained recently:

( between July 2018 and June 2020; indicated at www.doktori.hu)

  • Tímea Kégl:  Investigation of resorcinarene-based supramolecular systems via synthetic and theoretical methods.

           PhD Thesis, 2019.  (Research adviser: L. Kollár)

  • Diána Marosvölgyi-Haskó: Aminocarbonylation of iodoaromtics.

           PhD Thesis, 2018.  (Research adviser: L. Kollár)

  • Györgyi Úr: Synthesis of new 3,4-disubstituted pyrrolinenitroxides and their further synthetic applications

           PhD Thesis 2018 (Research adviser: T. Kálai)

  • Filotás Dániel: Microelectrochemical imaging of corrosion reactions.

           PhD Thesis, 2018.  (Research adviser: L. Nagy, G. Nagy)

  • Abu Seni Anas:  Transition metal-catalyzed (hydro)aryloxycarbonylation reactions.

           PhD Thesis, 2020.  (Research adviser: L. Kollár)

  • Mohamed Ameen Hiba Farooq: Encapsulation of sulfamethazine drug by b-cyclodextrins and its adsorption on functionalized carbon nanotubes.

           PhD Thesis, 2020.  (Research adviser: B. Lemli)

  • Abdelilah Asserghine: Microelectrochemical characterization titanium biomaterials by scanning electrochemical microscopy,

           PhD Thesis, 2020. (Research advisers: G. Nagy and L. Nagy)

Prof. Dr. Sándor Kunsági-Máté
Research Group Leader
 (36) 72 / 503-600 / 35449