PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Chaim Yarnitzky (Deceased)
No of theses 20
Department Chemistry
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Tel-Vered Ran 2003 PhD Abstracts Enhanced Fe(VI) Electrochemical Energy Storage
Bendikov Tatyana 2002 PhD Abstracts Novel Aqueous Zinc-Sulfur Battery
Hayon Joseph 2002 PhD Abstracts Study of Copper Corrosion Processes in Surfactants Solutions
Levitin Galit 2001 PhD Novel Anodic Chemistry of Al and Mg in Organic Media
Otbans Halely 1995 PhD Automatic Flow Titrator
Goldik Rivka 1995 PhD A Novel Source for Atomic Emission
Stancovschi Victor 1994 PhD Ionic Conductivity in Beta-Alumina and Strengthening – Related Phenomena
Rabinovich Elisha 1994 PhD Solid Liquid Interface in Multicomponents Systems
Gitler Yoav 2010 MSc A Low-Cost Excitation Source for Atomic Emission Spectroscopy
Nachmias Tali 2007 MSc Abstracts Deep Dry Etch (DRIE) Processes in Silicon for 3-D Microstructures
Sidorov Elena 2005 MSc Abstracts Controlled Plasma Etching of Silicon
Halperin Leonid 2004 MSc Abstracts Preparation and Analysis of Stabilized Fe(VI) Compounds
Rozen Dmitry 2004 MSc Abstracts Cathodic Charge Transfer and Analysis of Unusual Alkaline and Silver Fe(VI) Compounds
Naschitz Vera 2003 MSc Abstracts Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Super Iron Fe(VI) Compounds
Belostotsky Inessa 1997 MSc Electrochemistry of Aqueous Uranium and Thorium Ions On Solid Electrodes
Kevesh Sofia 1997 MSc Determination of Electroactive Species at Dropping Electrolyte Electrode
Bendikov Tatyana 1997 MSc Evaluation of Alternate Flow Automated Titration Systems
Grisaru Marius 1994 MSc Trace Analysis with a Vibratingdropping Mercury Electrode
Peretz Yael 1993 MSc Electrochemical Flow System Equipped with Gas Envelope Cell
Rosenzveig Mirit 1993 MSc Characterization of a Novel Electoanalytical Cell for the