Izv. prof. dr. sc. Renato Tomaš

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Ime i prezime: Renato Tomaš (rođen 20. lipnja 1967. u Trogiru)


 E-mail: rtomas@ktf-split.hr

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Associate Professor Renato Tomaš
http:/www.ktf.unist.hr



MC Member:*EXchange on Ionic Liquids (EXIL) - COST Action CM1206: 2013-2017
STSM PROJECT TITLE (PI: R. Tomaš): STUDIES OF MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS OF SOME IMIDAZOLIUM CHLORIDE IONIC LIQUIDS IN WATER BY VISCOMETRIC AND VOLUMETRIC MEASUREMENTS AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES
http://www.usc.es/exil/WG2_Members#Croatia_wg2
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByvzfYWTeIHMaS1GbDNSeDQxWDA/view?pref=2&pli=1 
R. TOMAŠ: LECTURE, April, 2016, Poznan, POLAND
R. TOMAŠ: LECTURE, July, 2016, Vienna, AUSTRIA


**Collaborator (2015-2019)
on Project "SUPRACAR" - HRZZ
 : Razvoj supramolekulskih receptora kationa i aniona (voditelj: prof. dr. sc. Vladislav Tomišić), Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia
http://supracar.eu
 
http://www.hrzz.hr/default.aspx?id=78&pid=7309&rok=2014-09
**Collaborator (1.2.2020.-31.1.2024.) on Project "MacroSol" - HRZZ: Koordinacijske reakcije makrocikličkih liganada u otopini (voditelj: prof. dr. sc. Vladislav Tomišić)
, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia
 
**Informal collaborations: - Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (dr. M. Bešter-Rogač).
- Faculty of Chemistry, University of Lodz, Poland (dr. A. Bald+, dr. Z. Kinart).
- Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia (dr. M. Vraneš, dr. A. Tot).
- College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry, East Tennessee State University, USA (dr. D. W. Scott).


married: wife Anita Tomaš (Graduated economist - Professor); my sons: Petar Tomaš and Lovre Tomaš

Sex Male | Date of birth 20/6/1967 | Nationality  Croatian

 

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

2002 - received a Ph. D. degree in Natural Sciences, Chemistry, from the Faculty of Chemistry and Technology (FCT), University of Split; Head of Department of Physical Chemistry, FCT, University of Split: (2007-2009, and 2011-2013). Field of work and research experience: solution chemistry (thermodynamics of electrochemical reactions, thermodynamics of metal-ligand complexes formation, thermodynamics of the association reaction of electrolytes, determination of limiting molar conductivities of ions, viscosity and density studies of electrolytes: study of ion-ion and ion-solvent interactions); supramolecular chemistry (thermodynamics of calixarene chemistry). Experimental methods used: potentiometry, conductometry, viscometry and densitometry. Teaching experience: lecturer in Selected Topics in Physical Chemistry of Environmental to Ph. D. students of chemistry; lecturer in Physical Chemistry to undergraduate and graduate students of chemistry, chemical technology, pharmacy, and biology and chemistry; seminar teacher to undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in Physical Chemistry; lecturer and seminar in Elements of Physical Chemistry on the professional study of chemical technology; laboratory teacher in Physical chemistry and Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions.

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Associate professor (2014-), assistant professor (2005-2014), senior research assistant (2002–2005), research assistant (1999-2002), junior research assistant (1994-1999).

 Department of Physical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry and Technology, University of Split from 1994

▪   Teaching and research activities on University of Split.

High education and science; research projects.

 

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

 

 

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Additional professional training: Department of Physical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Lodz, Poland, short-term visit (2015, Erasmus+ Staff Training Mobility, two weeks, research focus: conductivity, viscosity, densitometry and relative permittivity studies of electrolyte solutions); Chair of Physical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, short-term visit (2012, Erasmus Staff Training Mobility, seven days, research focus: viscosity studies of electrolyte solutions); Division of Physical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia, short-term visit (2008, four months, research focus: thermodynamics of calixarene chemistry)



 
▪   Experimental methods used: potentiometry, conductometry, viscometry and densitometry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

 

Publications

Presentations

Projects

Memberships

Research projects:

1994–1996, 1997-2002, 2003-2006, and 2008-2013 Ministry of Science, Republic of Croatia projects "Properties of electrolytes in mixed solvents", and project "Electrolytes in mixed solvents"; collaborator (investigations of electrolytes in aqueous and aqueous-organic mixed solvents: a. potentiometric study of ion complexation reactions, b. thermodynamics of the electrochemical cell, c. conductometric study of ion-association reactions, and d. transference number measurements of electrolytes and determination of limiting molar conductivities of ions using potentiometry and conductometry)

▪   Croatian Society of Chemists and Engineers; Croatian Chemical Society; Almae Matris Alumni Chemico-Technologicae Facultatis Spalatensis

 

ANNEXES

 

 

 

Selected publications:

1) R. Tomaš, I. Tominić, V. Sokol, M. Višić, Investigation of the Complex Forming Reactions of Cd2+ and Cl- Ions in 2-Butanone + Water Mixtures by Direct Potentiometry, Croatica Chemica Acta, 77 (2004) 519-527.

2) R. Tomaš, I. Tominić, M. Višić, V. Sokol, Thermodynamics of Cadmium Chloride in 2-Butanone + Water Mixtures (5, 10, and 15 Mass%) from Electromotive Force Measurements, Journal of Solution Chemistry, 33 (2004) 1397-1410.

3) R. Tomaš, I. Tominić, M. Višić, V. Sokol, Complexation of Cd2+ and Cl- Ions in Aqueous Mixtures of 2-Butanol, Croatica Chemica Acta, 78 (2005) 289-294.

4) R. Tomaš, I. Tominić, M. Višić, V. Sokol, Thermodynamic Study of Cadmium Chloride in Aqueous Mixtures of 2-Butanol from Potential Difference Measurements, Journal of Solution Chemistry, 34 (2005) 981-992.

5) V. Sokol, R. Tomaš, M. Višić, I. Tominić, Conductometric Study of Potassium Bromide in 2-Butanol + Water Mixtures, Journal of Solution Chemistry, 35 (2006) 1687-1698.

6) N. Galić, N. Burić, R. Tomaš, L. Frkanec, V. Tomišić, Synthesis and cation binding properties of fluorescent calix[4]arene derivatives bearing tryptophan units at the lower rim, Supramolecular Chemistry, 23 (2011) 389-397.

7) A. Bald, Z. Kinart, R. Tomaš, Volumetric studies of aqueous solutions of monosodium salts of some aliphatic dicarboxylic acids at 298.15 K. A new method of data analysis, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 178 (2013) 94-98.

8) A. Bald, Z. Kinart, A. Wypych-Stasiewicz, R. Tomaš, Conductance studies of NaCl, KCl, NaBr, KBr, Bu4NBr, and NaBPh4 in water + 2-methoxyethanol at 298.15 K, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 182 (2013) 14-24.

9) R. Tomaš, V. Sokol, P. Bošković, A. Turudić, Transference Numbers of Sodium Chloride in Formamide + Water Mixtures at 298.15 K from Potential Difference Measurements, International Journal of Electrochemical Science, 8 (2013) 7669-7679.

10) M. Tranfić Bakić, D. Jadreško, T. Hrenar, G. Horvat, J. Požar, N. Galić, V. Sokol, R. Tomaš, S. Alihodžić, M. Žinić, L. Frkanec, V. Tomišić, Fluorescent phenanthridine-based calix(4)arene derivatives: synthesis and thermodynamic and computational studies of their complexation with alkali-metal cations, Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, 5 (2015) 23900-23914.

11) R. Tomaš, T. Jovanović, M. Bešter-Rogač, Viscosity B-coefficient for sodium chloride in aqueous mixtures of 1,4-dioxane at different temperatures, Acta Chimica Slovenica, 62 (2015) 531-537.

12) R. Tomaš, A. Tot, J. Kuhar, M. Bešter-Rogač, Interactions in aqueous solutions of imidazolium chloride ionic liquids (Cnmim)(Cl) (n = 0, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8) from volumetric properties, viscosity B-coefficients and molecular dynamic simulations, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 254 (2018) 267-271.

13) N. Cindro, J. Požar, D. Barišić, N. Bregović, K. Pičuljan, R. Tomaš, L. Frkanec, V. Tomišić, Neutral glycoconjugated amide-based calix(4)arenes: complexation of alkali metal cations in water, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 16 (2018) 904-912.