István Szilágyi
István Szilágyi
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Polyelectrolyte adsorption, interparticle forces, and colloidal aggregation
I Szilágyi, G Trefalt, A Tiraferri, P Maroni, M Borkovec
Soft Matter 10 (15), 2479-2502, 2014
Specific ion effects on particle aggregation induced by monovalent salts within the Hofmeister series
T Oncsik, G Trefalt, M Borkovec, I Szilagyi
Langmuir 31 (13), 3799-3807, 2015
Electrostatic stabilization of charged colloidal particles with adsorbed polyelectrolytes of opposite charge
J Hierrezuelo, A Sadeghpour, I Szilagyi, A Vaccaro, M Borkovec
Langmuir 26 (19), 15109-15111, 2010
Poisson-Boltzmann description of interaction forces and aggregation rates involving charged colloidal particles in asymmetric electrolytes
G Trefalt, I Szilagyi, M Borkovec
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 406, 111-120, 2013
Aggregation of Negatively Charged Colloidal Particles in the Presence of Multivalent Cations
T Oncsik, G Trefalt, Z Csendes, I Szilágyi, M Borkovec
Langmuir 30 (3), 733-741, 2014
Attractive Forces between Charged Colloidal Particles Induced by Multivalent Ions Revealed by Confronting Aggregation and Direct Force Measurements
P Sinha, I Szilágyi, FJ Montes Ruiz-Cabello, P Maroni, M Borkovec
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 4 (4), 648-652, 2013
Ion specific effects on the stability of layered double hydroxide colloids
M Pavlovic, R Huber, M Adok-Sipiczki, C Nardin, I Szilagyi
Soft Matter 12 (17), 4024-4033, 2016
Size-dependent aggregation of graphene oxide
T Szabo, P Maroni, I Szilagyi
Carbon 160, 145-155, 2020
Investigating forces between charged particles in the presence of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes with the multi-particle colloidal probe technique
M Borkovec, I Szilagyi, I Popa, M Finessi, P Sinha, P Maroni, ...
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science 179, 85-98, 2012
Colloidal Stability in Asymmetric Electrolytes: Modifications of the Schulze-Hardy Rule
G Trefalt, I Szilágyi, G Tellez, M Borkovec
Langmuir 33 (7), 1695-1704, 2017
Particle aggregation mechanisms in ionic liquids
I Szilagyi, T Szabo, A Desert, G Trefalt, T Oncsik, M Borkovec
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (20), 9515-9524, 2014
Molecular mass dependence of adsorbed amount and hydrodynamic thickness of polyelectrolyte layers
E Seyrek, J Hierrezuelo, A Sadeghpour, I Szilagyi, M Borkovec
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (28), 12716-12719, 2011
Tuning Colloidal Stability of Layered Double Hydroxides: from Monovalent Ions to Polyelectrolytes
M Pavlovic, P Rouster, T Oncsik, I Szilagyi
ChemPlusChem 82 (1), 121-131, 2017
Charged Solvatochromic Dyes as Signal Transducers in pH Independent Fluorescent and Colorimetric Ion Selective Nanosensors
X Xie, A Gutierrez, V Trofimov, I Szilágyi, T Soldati, E Bakker
Analytical chemistry 87 (19), 9954–9959, 2015
Biomimetic synthesis of sub-20 nanometer Covalent Organic Frameworks in water
C Franco, D Rodríguez-San-Miguel, A Sorrenti, S Sevim, R Pons, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 142 (7), 3540-3547, 2020
Destabilization of colloidal suspensions by multivalent ions and polyelectrolytes: from screening to overcharging
I Szilagyi, A Sadeghpour, M Borkovec
Langmuir 28 (15), 6211-6215, 2012
Predicting aggregation rates of colloidal particles from direct force measurements
FJM Ruiz-Cabello, G Trefalt, Z Csendes, P Sinha, T Oncsik, I Szilagyi, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (39), 11853-11862, 2013
Aggregation of colloidal particles in the presence of multivalent co-ions: The inverse Schulze–Hardy rule
T Cao, I Szilagyi, T Oncsik, M Borkovec, G Trefalt
Langmuir 31 (24), 6610-6614, 2015
Destabilization of Titania Nanosheet Suspensions by Inorganic Salts: Hofmeister Series and Schulze-Hardy Rule
P Rouster, M Pavlovic, I Szilágyi
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 121 (27), 6749-6758, 2017
Characterization of chemical speciation of titanyl sulfate solutions for production of titanium dioxide precipitates
I Szilágyi, E Königsberger, PM May
Inorganic chemistry 48 (5), 2200-2204, 2009
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