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doc. RNDr. Jan Lang, PhD.

jan.lang@vscht.czoriginál

 

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Education and Qualification

1984–1994          Mgr. studies in the field of Physics of Molecular and Biological Systems, curriculum biophysics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.

1993–1994          Stay at the Division of Physical Chemistry of the University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden.

1994      Graduated at the Charles University with Magister degree.

1999      Ph.D. in physics of molecular and biological systems at Charles University.

2000      Post-doctoral fellowship with Prof. J. Kowalewski, Stockholm University, Sweden.

since 1997           Research assistant in the NMR laboratory, UCT Prague.

Research interests

Application of high resolution NMR spectroscopy for determination of structural and dynamic properties of small and medium organic and biological molecules. Studies of nuclear relaxation and exchange processes.

Selected publications

     Lhoták P., Kaplánek L., Stibor I., Lang J., Dvořáková H; Hrabal R., Sýkora J.: NMR and X-ray analysis of 25,27-dimethoxythiacalix[4] arene: unique infinite channels in the solid state. Tetrahedron Lett. 41, 9339-9344 (2000).

    Lang J., Vlach J., Dvořáková H., Lhoták P., Himl M., Hrabal R., Stibor I.: Thermal isomerisation of 25,26,27,28-tetrapropoxy-2,8,14,20-tetrathiacalix[4]arene: Isolation of all four conformers. J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans 2, 4, 576

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