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Branimir Grgur

  • PHD
  • Full professor
  • University of Belgrade Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade, Serbia
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Research interests

ElectrochemistryEnergy conversionConducting polymersCorrosionElectrochemical and alternative power sources

About

Full Professor at Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy (TMF), Department of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Belgrade, Serbia. Born in 1965. B.Sc. 1992, M.Sci. 1994. Ph.D. 1999. at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade. Specialization at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Berkeley, USA, during 1996-1998 and postdoctoral study during 2000. M.Sci. thesis: The electrochemically deposited silver-palladium alloys as contact materials in microelectronics, CMS, University of Belgrade, 1994. Ph.D. thesis: Electrochemical oxidation of hydrogen, carbon monoxide and their mixtures on single crystals of platinum and platinum alloys with molybdenum and tin, TMF, University of Belgrade, 1999.

Co-authors (116)

Publications (5)

  • {Polyaniline stabilization of magnetic particles and immobilization of alpha-amylase}

    • Radovanović M
    • Nikolić M
    • Đurović V
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  • The influence of the polyaniline initial oxidation states on the corrosion of steel with composite coatings

    • Salem A
    • Grgur B
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  • Superkapabaterija na bazi polipirola i cinka sa vodenim rastvorom elektrolita

    • Janačković M
    • Gvozdenović M
    • Grgur B
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  • The influence of m-aminobenzoic acid on electrochemical synthesis and behavior of poly(aniline-co-(m-aminobenzoic acid)

    • Jokić B
    • Džunuzović E
    • Grgur B
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  • Novel negatively charged membrane adsorbers made using a combination of photopolymerization and immersion precipitation

    • Tomković T
    • Radovanović F
    • Grgur B
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Professional experience

Full professor

University of Belgrade Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade, Serbia

May 2010 - Present