Piotr Skitał, Ph.D.

Tel. (48) (17) 865 17 60, e-mail: pskital@prz.edu.pl

 

Education

 

Job record

2000 - 2008 – assistant at FC RUT

2008 - now – research associate at FC RUT

 

Teaching experience

General and analytical chemistry for biology students

General chemistry for non-chemists

Electrochemical methods in organic chemistry

Organic electrosynthesis

Ecological and ethical aspects of chemical production/Environment Chemistry

Computer programming packets

Mathematics – operators

Materials and corrosion protection

 

Area of interest

Kinetics of electrode processes

Electroanalysis

Electrochemistry of organic compounds

Modelling of complex electrode processes

Electrocatalysis and electroinhibition

Corrosion

Environmental chemistry; heavy metals and persistent organic compounds pollution

 

Research Grants

1. Grant KBN no 3 T09A 099 27, " Modelling of complex electrode processes and diversity of electrode transfer coefficient”, 2004-2006, P. Sanecki, K. Kaczmarski, P. Skitał.

2. Grant MNiSW no 1941/B/H03/2007/33, "The mathematical modeling and investigation of electrode processes of selected metals deposition/dissolution and hydrogen sorption/desorption", 2007-2009, Sanecki P., Kaczmarski K., Skitał P.

 

Chapter of book

1. P. Sanecki and P. Skitał (2012). Mathematical Modeling of Electrode Processes – Potential Dependent Transfer Coefficient in Electrochemical Kinetics, Recent Trend in Electrochemical Science and Technology, Ujjal Kumar Sur (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-830-4, InTech. (Download from publisher INTECH or RUT).

2. P. Skitał, P. Sanecki (2012). Quantitative Separation of an Adsorption Effect in Form of Defined Current Probabilistic Responses for Catalyzed / Inhibited Electrode Processes. In: DEVELOPMENTS IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY, Jang H. Chun (Ed.), InTech, ISBN: 978-953-51-0851-1. (Dostępne ze strony wydawcy INTECH).

 

Publications

1.             P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, A comparison of the multistep consecutive reduction mode with the multicomponent system reduction mode in cyclic voltammetry. Comput. Chem. 26 (2002) 333-340.

2.             P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, The cyclic voltammetry simulation of a competition between stepwise and concerted dissociative electron transfer. The modeling of alpha apparent variability. The relationship between apparent and elementary kinetic parameters. Comput. Chem. 26 (2002) 297-311.

3.             P. Sanecki, C. Amatore and P. Skitał, The problem of the accuracy of electrochemical kinetic parameters determination for the ECE reaction mechanism. J. Electroanal. Chem. 546 (2003) 109-121.

4.       P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, K. Kaczmarski, An integrated two phases approach to Zn2+ ions electroreduction on Hg, Electroanalysis, 18 (2006) 595-604. 

5.      P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, K. Kaczmarski, Numerical Modeling of ECE-ECE and Parallel EE-EE Mechanisms in Cyclic Voltammetry. Reduction of 1,4-Benzenedisulfonyl Difluoride and 1,4-Naphthalenedisulfonyl Difluoride, Electroanalysis, 18 (2006) 981-991. 

6.       P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, The electroreduction of alkyl iodides and polyiodides The kinetic model of EC(C)E and ECE-EC(C)E mechanisms with included transfer coefficient variability, Electrochim. Acta 52 (2007) 4675-4684.

7.       P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, The Application of EC, ECE and ECE-ECE Models with Potential Dependent Transfer Coefficient to Selected Electrode Processes, J. Electrochem. Soc., 154 (2007) F152-F158.

8.       P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, The mathematical models of kinetics of the E, EC, ECE, ECEC, ECE–ECE and ECEC–ECEC processes with potential-dependent transfer coefficient as a rationale of isoalpha points, Electrochimica Acta 53 (2008) 7711-7719.

9.       P. Skitał, P. Sanecki, The ECE Process in Cyclic Voltammetry. The Relationships Between Elementary and Apparent Kinetic Parameters Obtained by Convolution Method, Polish J. Chem., 83 (2009) 1127–1138.

10.     P. Sanecki, P. Skitał, K. Kaczmarski, The Mathematical Models of the Stripping Voltammetry Metal Deposition/Dissolution Process, Electrochimica Acta, 55 (2010) 1598–1604.

11.     P. Skitał, P. Sanecki, K. Kaczmarski, The mathematical model of the stripping voltammetry hydrogen evolution/dissolution process on Pd layer, Electrochimica Acta, 55 (2010) 5604–5609.

12.   P. Skitał, P. Sanecki The Experimental Verification of Mathematical Two-Plate Model Describing the Metal Deposition/Dissolution Process, Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, 48 (2012) 797-803.