Válogatott publikációk

1. Sz.Papp, I.Dékány:
Nearly monodisperse palladium nanoparticles growth on dissaggregated kaolinite lamellae.
Progress in Colloid and Polymer Sci ., 117, 94-100, (2001).
2 . A Szűcs, T.Haraszti, I.Dékány and J.H. Fendler:
Measurements of interaction forces between polycations, between clay nanoplatteles and between polycations and clay nanoplateles by atomic force microscopy.
J. of Physical Chemistry B, 105, 10579-10587, (2001)
3. Márta Szekeres, József Tóth and Imre Dékány
Specific surface area of Stoeber silica determined by various experimental methods.
Langmuir, 18, pp. 2678-2685 (2002)
4. R. Patakfalvi and I.Dékány:
Preparation of silver nanoparticles in liquid crystalline systems.
Colloid and Polymer Sci . 280, 461-470,(2002).
5. I.Ilisz, A.Dombi, K. Mogyorosi, A Farkas and I.Dékány
Removal of 2-chlorophenol from water by adsorption combined with TiO2 photocatalysis.
J. Applied Catal. B , 39, 247-256, (2002).
6. K.Mogyorósi, A. Farkas, I.Dékány,  I.Ilisz and A. Dombi:
TiO2 based photocatalytic degradation of 2-chlorophenol adsorbed on hydrophobic clay
Environmental Sci.and Techn. 36,3618-3624, (2002)
7 . Dékány I; Berger F:
Adsorption from liquid mixtures on solid surfaces
In: „Adsorption, Theory, Modeling, and Analysis”
(Ed: J.Tóth), SURFACTANT Sci.  Series Vol. 107   Chapter 10, pp. 573-629.
Marcel Dekker Inc., New York 2003.
8 . R. Patakfalvi, Sz. Papp,and I.Dékány:
Siver and Palladium Nanoparticles Incorporated  in Layer Structured Materials.
In " Adsorption and Aggregation of Surfactants in Solution" ( K.L. Mittal and O. Shah, Eds:.) Marcel and Dekker Inc. Chapter 15, pp. 269-298, Marcel  and Dekker Inc., New York , 2003.
9. K. Mogyorósi, I. Dékány, J.H. Fendler:
Preparation and characterization of clay mineral intercalated titanium dioxide nanoparticles
Langmuir 19, 2938-2946(2003).
10. Szilvia Papp, József Szél,  Imre Dékány:
Stabilization of Rhodium Nanoparticles in Aqueous Medium by Polymer and Layered Silicates
Nanotechnology, Proceedings of SPIE, Volume 5118, 646-656, 2003.
11. Sz. Papp, J. Szél, A. Oszkó and I. Dékány:
Synthesis of polymer stabilized rhodium nanoparticles in the interlayer space of layer silicates.
Chemistry of Materials , 16(9): 1674-1685 (2004)
12 . Tamás Szabó, Anna Szeri, and Imre Dékány:
Composite graphitic nanolayers prepared by self-assembly between finely dispersed graphite oxide and cationic polymer.
Carbon , 43, 87-94, (2005)
13. G . Lagaly and I. Dékány:
Adsorption on hydrophobic surfaces: clusters and self-organisation.
Advances in Colloid and Interface Sci. 114-115, 189-204, ( 2005)
14 . T.A. Matinek, A. Hetényi, L. Fülöp, I. M. Mándity, G.K. Tóth, I. Dékány and  F. Fülöp
Secondary structure-dependent self-assembly of beta-peptides into nano-sized fibrils and membranes.
Angewandte Chemie, Int Ed. 45, 1-6 p, (2006)
15. T. Szabó, O. Berkesi, P. Forgó, K. Josepovits, Y. Sanakis, D. Petridis, I. Dékány:
Evolution of Surface functional groups in a series of progressively oxidized graphite oxides. Chem. Mater. 18, 2740-2749, ( 2006)
16. Robert Kun, Márta Szekeres and Imre Dékány:
Photooxidation of dichloroacetic acid controlled by pH-stat technique using TiO2/layer silicate nanocomposites.
J. Applied Catalysis B . 68, 49-58 (2006)
17. G. Lagaly, M. Ogawa I. Dékány:
Clay mineral organic interactions. In “Handbook of Clay Science”Development in Clay Science1. ( Ed. F. Bergaya, B.K.G. Theng  and G. Lagaly). Chapter 7.3. , 309-377 p. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2006.
18.Rita Patakfalvi, Sz. Papp and Imre Dékány:
The kinetics of homogeneous nucleation of silver nanoparticles stabilized by polymers
J. Nanoparticle Research, 9, 353-364, (2007)
19. I. Dékány, T. Szabó, A. Bakandritsos, V. Tzititos, G. Galbács, D. Bolatova, K. Musabekov, D. Petridis:
Magnetic iron oxide/clay composites: effect of the layer silicate
support on the microstructure and phase formation of magnetic nanoparticles
Nanotechnology 18, 285602, 9pp.  (2007)
20 . L . Kőrösi, Sz. Papp I. Bertóti and I. Dékány:
Surface and bulk composition, structure and photocatalytic activity of phosphate modified TiO2.
Chemistry of Materials,    19, 4811-4819, (2007)