Jelovic - Chemical Engineer - Split, Croatia

Martina Jelovic

Split, Croatia


Chemical Engineer


I graduated from Faculty of Chemistry and Technology on the 4-th of October 2013. (graduate study of chemical technology, direction Materials) and obtained a professional title of Master engineer of chemical engineering direction: Materials. My graduate thesis was ″Effect of the mechanical activation of fly ash on the adsorption isotherms of cobalt ions (T = 298 T)″, (Mentor: Prof. Jelica Zelić, Ph.D.)

During my studies, I was engaged in activities promoting the faculty through participation in university festivals and a festival of science. From October 2010 to June 2013 I have worked at the college IT support center. I am communicative, inquisitive and love new challenges and since I studied outside the country of my birth, I have been in contact with many different people from different countries, so I'm used to functioning in the multicultural environment. I am very ambitious and I'm a big perfectionist

Work History


Faculty of Chemistry and Technology Split,Croatia

October 2010 - May 2013

European Union
Curriculum Vitae Martina Jelovic

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″Effect of the mechanical activation of fly ash on the adsorption isotherms of cobalt ions (T = 298

In this work, the equilibrium adsorption of cobalt ion mechanically activated fly ash . The influence of changes in the initial concentration of the solution of cobalt [ ( 3.059 to 29.386 ) mmol dm - 3 ] on the adsorption process in a batch reactor , at a constant temperature of 298 K and the size of the particles additionally activated fly ash ( < 45 microns ) and with constant stirring at a speed 150 rev min -1. Experimental results are tested on different models of adsorption isotherms : Langmuir , Freundlich , Dubinin - Radushkevich , Redlich - Peterson , Sips and Toth isotherm . The analysis of the experimental data obtained the best fit is achieved by applying the Redlich - Peterson and Langmuir isotherm . Mechanically activated fly ash is more effective adsorbent of inactivated fly ash and its maximum efficiency is 66.709 % . However , it is also observed that increasing the concentration of the solution cobalt ion adsorption efficiency on mechanically activated fly ash falls .

Qualifications & Certifications

Master engineer of chemical engineering

Faculty of Chemistry and Technology, Split, Croatia

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