Stanislaw Leszek Randzio,
 Professor Emeritus
  • M.Sc., 1965 - Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Warsaw

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  • PhD., 1975 - Institute of Physical Chemistry of PAS, Warsaw, Poland

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  • D.Sc., 1985 - Institute of Physical Chemistry of PAS, Warsaw, Poland

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  • Professor, 2006

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Education and training:
  • 1966-67 - Graduate Student, Centre de Recherche de Micracalorimétrie et de Thermochimiche CNRS, Marseille, France,

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  • 1976-77 - Post-doctoral Research Fellow University of Lund, Sweden

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  • 1985-86 - Senior Research Fellow, Brigham Young University, Provo, USA

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  • 1991 - Visiting Professor, Brigham Young University, Provo, USA

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  • 1993 - Senior Research Fellow, Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand, France

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  • 1996-1999 (four months each year) - Invited Professor, Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand, France

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  • 2001,2003- Invited Professor, University of Paris XI, France
 
Professional affiliations:
  • International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Commission on Thermodynamics (I.2) of the Physical Chemistry Division (I), Associate Member (1987-1995)
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Chemical Thermodynamics (2005-2009)
 
Editorial affiliations:
 
Member of the Editorial Board of Thermochimica Acta (1996-2003)
 
 
Research areas:
 
Thermophysics and transitiometry of condensed matter and interfaces:
  • micro- and nano-structured materials;

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  • phase transitions in macromolecular and asymmetric systems;

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  • polymers under near-critical conditions;

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  • polymorphism

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  • piezothermal properties of liquids and fluids;

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  • transitiometry, including at supercritical conditions.
 
Selected papers:
  1. Randzio S.L. and Suurkuusk J., ”Interpretation of calorimetric thermograms and their dynamic corrections“, chapter in ”Biological Microcalorimetry“ (A. Beezer, Ed.), Academic Press, 1980, pp. 311-341.

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  3. Randzio S.L., ”Calorimetric determination of pressure effects on the thermodynamic properties of liquids“, chapter in ”Experimental Thermodynamics, vol. 4: Solution Calorimetry“ (Eds. P.A.G. O'Hare and K.N. Marsh), Blackwell Scientific 1994, pp. 303-324.

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  5. Randzio S.L., ”From calorimetry to equations of state“, Chem. Soc. Rev., 24, 359-366 (1995).

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  7. Randzio S.L., ”Scanning Transitiometry“, Chem. Soc. Rev., 25, 383-392 (1996).

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  9. Randzio S.L. and Grolier J.P-.E.”Supercritical Transitiometry of polymers“, Anal. Chem., 70, 2327-2333 (1998).

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  11. Randzio S.L., ”Recent developments in calorimetry“, Ann. Rep. Prog. Chem., (The Royal Society of Chemistry), Sect. C, 94, 433-504 (1998).

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  13. Randzio S.L., Flis-Kabulska I. and Grolier J.-P.E., ”Reexamination of phase transitions in the starch-water system“ Macromolecules, 35, 8852-8859 (2002).

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  15. Randzio S.L., ”Recent developments in calorimetry“, Ann. Rep. Prog. Chem. (Royal Soc. Chem.), Sect. C, 98, 157-217 (2002).

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  17. Randzio S.L., Flis-Kabulska I. and Grolier J.-P.E., ”Influence of fiber on the phase transformations in the starch-water system“, Biomacromolecules, 4, 937-943, (2003).
Total number of publications: 85
 randzio@ichf.edu.pl, see also www.transitiometry.com