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Aleksander Bilewicz, Professor

Head of the Laboratory of Chemistry of Radioelements, Department of Radiochemistry,
Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology

Dorodna 16, 03-195 Warszawa
Tel.: (+48) 22 504 13 57
Fax: (+48) 22 811 15 32
e-mail: abilewic@ichtj.waw.pl

Home: Podgórna 18 m. 13, 03-157 Warszawa
Tel.: (+48 22) 819 09 12
Mobile: +48 600757924

Fields of interest:

1976  MSc,  Department of Chemistry, Warsaw Uniwersity
1986  PhD,  Department of Chemistry, Warsaw Technical Uniwersity
1998  DSc,  Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology
2007  Professor 

Scientific visits

1989,  Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland, IAEA fellowship
1990, 1992,  Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland, research contracts
1991, 1993, 1995,  Lawrence Berkley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, USA, research contract
1996,  Joint Institute of Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia, cyclotron experiment
1998,1999, 2000,  Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland, cyclotron experiments
2005,2006,  Chalmers Technical University, Gothenburg, Sweden, radiopharmaceutical chemistry
2006,  Institute of Nuclear Technology, Sacaven, Portugal, radiopharmaceutical chemistry


General Chemistry,  Department of Environmental Chemistry, Pedagogical University Częstochowa
Radiochemistry,  Department of Chemistry, Pedagogical University Częstochowa
Radiopharmacy,  Department of Chemistry Warsaw University
Nuclear Chemistry,  Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Warsaw, doctoral studies

Number of papers in refereed journals: 58
Number of communications to scientific meetings > 100

Main publications

  1. A. Bilewicz, S. Siekierski.,C. D. Kacher, K. E. Gregorich, D. M. Lee, N. J, Stoyer, B. Kadkhodayan, S. A. Kreek, M. R. Lane, E. R. Sylwester, M. P. Neu, M. F. Mohar, and D. C. Hoffman, "Chemical Studies of Rutherfordium (Element 104): Part I. Thin Film Ferrocyanide Surfaces for the Study of the Hydrolysis of Rutherfordium", Radiochim. Acta 75, 121-126 (1996).
  2. A. Bilewicz "The ionic radii of Rf4+, Db5+ and Sg6+", Radiochim. Acta 88, 833(2000).
  3. A. Bilewicz "The Ionic Radius of No3+" Journal of Nuclear and Radiochemical Sciences, 3, 147 (2002).
  4. B. Włodzimirska, B.Barto¶,A. Bilewicz "Preparation of a 225Ac and 228Ac generators using cryptomelane manganese dioxide sorbent" Radiochim Acta 91, 553 (2003)
  5. A. Bilewicz, "Ionic radii of heavy actinide(III) cations" Radiochimica Acta in press.
  6. K.Łyczko, A.Bilewicz, I. Persson, "Stabilization of subvalent oxidation state of bismuth in N,N-dimethylthioformamide solution. An EXAFS, UV-VIS, IR and cyclic voltammetry studies" Inorg.Chem. 43, 7094, (2004).
  7. A. Bilewicz,M.Barysz, J.Leszczyński, "Hydrolysis of the heavy metal cations: Relativistic effects" Phys.Chem.Chem Phys. 6, 4553, (2004).
  8. B.Zielinska,A.Bilewicz "Influence of relativistic effects on hydrolysis of Ra2+" J.Radioanal.Nucl.Chem. 266, 339 (2005).
  9. Pruszyński, A.Bilewicz, B.W±s , B.Petelenz "Formation and stability of astatide-mercury complexe" J.Radioanal.Nucl.Chem. 268, 91 (2006).
  10. Barysz, D.Kędziera, J.Leszczyński, A.Bilewicz "Hydrolysis of the heavy alkaline earth cations: Relativistic studies" Int.J.Quant.Chem106, 2422 (2006).

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