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Department of Chemisorption and hybrid materials

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Head of Laboratory

Tertykh Valentyn A.

Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry),

Professor

Telephone: + 380 44 422-96-73

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Laboratory staff is 11 co-workers including 2 DSc and 7 PhDs.  From 1986, the Department researchers have published 3 books, 12 chapters in collective monographs, 330 scientific articles, obtained 40 patents for invention; 2 doctoral and 7 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Study of the regularities of the processes of chemisorption in the surface layer of disperse oxides, chemical and geometric modification of solids, including the use of template and sol-gel methods, development of methods of immobilization of active compounds on inorganic matrices, investigation of adsorption equilibria from solutions. Practical direction of work is related to the development of specific adsorbents based on modified oxides, heterogeneous catalysts, active fillers of polymeric systems, chemo- and biosensors, nanocomposites.

 

Main results for the recent years

TThe syntheses of nanoparticles of noble metals (Pd, Ag, Pt, Au) immobilized on chemically modified silica matrices with defined structural characteristics and surface nature were carried out. The approaches to regulate the sizes of immobilized nanoparticles have been developed due to the use of silica with different content of grafted silicon hydride groups, the variation of the concentration of ions of the corresponding metal in the solution, and application of matrices with different parameters of the porous structure. Modification in a fluidized bed reactor was found to provide preparation nanomaterials with a high content of hydridesilyl groups in the absence of catalysts and with minimal impact on the morphology of pyrogenic silica aggregates.

The adsorption characteristics and kinetic properties of complexing and ion-exchanging chemically modified silicas have been studied. Such adsorbents were obtained with the use of a one-stage Mannich reaction for the immobilization of organic phenol-type ligands, by anchorage of guanidine-containing polymers, by the implementation of oxidative polymerization of aniline and the formation of a layer of ionens on the surface of silica particles directly at the time of polymer formation (in situ immobilization). A significant decrease in the rate of desorption of sodium diclofenac was found when using highly dispersed chemically modified silicas as a carrier. It has been established that it is possible to control the degree of release of the drug over a wide time range by varying the porous structure and nature of the surface of the silica carrier and using a chitosan-based matrix, whose properties can be altered by introducing a crosslinking reagent, protonation or deprotonation of amino groups of a polymer. Dispersed composites based on ornidazole and the pristine and modified forms of pyrogenic silica, characterized by different degrees of release of the active substance, were obtained.

Composites of the mineral carrier-chitosan have been synthesized by crosslinking the adsorbed biopolymer and using covalent immobilization and sol-gel transformations. It was shown that organomineral compositions based on silica gel, clinoptilolite, saponite and chitosan exhibit the best adsorption properties for metal-containing oxoanions in comparison with adsorption of cations from aqueous solutions. By implantation of phosphinic acid on amino groups of chemically modified silica with the help of carbonyldiimidazole, a new phosphorus-containing adsorbent has been obtained that effectively absorbs uranium ions from the acidic medium, the sorption equilibrium is established within 1 h, and the sorption kinetics corresponds to the pseudo-second order model.

It was shown that silica composites with chitosan and carrageenan exhibit relatively high sorption capacities relative to dyes of anionic and cationic types, respectively, possessing satisfactory kinetic characteristics, which confirms the possibility of their effective application in the process of purification of technological solutions.

The luminescent properties of pyrolysis products of silica-based sol-gel composites with some organic precursors have been studied.

Use for chemical modification of the surface of pyrogenic silica the mixtures of polyorganosiloxane with alkyl carbonates was found to allow one to carry out chemisorption processes at the relatively moderate temperatures and to obtain modified silica with high content of grafted organic groups. The possibility of splitting the siloxane bond Si-O under the action of dimethyl carbonate in both organosiloxane and on the surface of silica has been proved.

The synthesis of composite materials based on silica and polylactic acid was carried out by graft polymerization with the opening of the L-lactide cycle. It was shown that on the basis of such biocompatible materials it is possible to create effective enterosorbents for the adsorption of toxic metal ions. Biocompatible composite materials suitable for the regulated delivery of anti-inflammatory drugs (diclofenac sodium, ibuprofen) have been developed on the basis of nanosilica and polylactic acid. Methods for the synthesis of composites of bactericidal action on the basis of dispersed modified silica and polylactide, which contain nanoparticles of copper oxide, silver or cerium dioxide were elaborated.

Methods of one-stage synthesis of mesoporous silicas with complexing and ion exchanging (amine, ammonium, thiol, thiourea and phosphonic) groups have been elaborated using sol-gel and template methods. Morphology of the obtained materials was studied using the electronic and atomic force microscopies, the composition and structure of their surface were determined by methods of vibrational and solid-state NMR spectroscopies. The sorption properties of synthesized materials with respect to the ions of some heavy, precious metals and actinides have been studied.

The spherical particles of organosilicas (average diameter 150-300 nm) with various functional (fluorine, nitrogen and sulfur-containing) groups in the surface layer were obtained by reaction of hydrolytic condensation of Si(OC2H5)4 with the corresponding functional alkoxysilanes in the ammonia medium. Using this approach, bifunctional modifying layers containing the groups ≡Si(CH2)3NH2/≡SiCH3 and ≡Si(CH2)3NH2/≡SiC3H7-n were deposited on the surface of the magnetic Fe3O4 particles. Nanocomposites with a magnetic core and a shell made of mesoporous silica obtained by the template method with amino and mercaptopropyl groups were created. The synthesized composites have a high sorption capacity for silver, lead and copper ions. It was found that the inclusion of cerium in the structure of ordered mesoporous silicas with acid functional groups increases the efficiency of such materials in the ethanol dehydration process.

The main factors influencing the value of the linkage of urease and cholinesterase and saving of their activities in the polysiloxane matrices, on the surface of the mesoporous silica and functionalized magnetite were established. Preparations with a high (50–90%) level linkage of the enzyme and the preservation of its activity (50–70%) have been obtained. The reactions of polycondensation of three and tetraalkoxysilanes were applied for the formation of sorption-active organosiloxane layers on the surface of a flat ceramic membrane on the basis of Al2O3. Using micellar templates and the Stober method, mono- and bifunctional polysiloxane materials with complexing groups were obtained and the factors influencing their structural-adsorption characteristics were studied. The obtained hybrid organic-inorganic materials are promising as high-capacity sorbents in the surface layer of ceramic membranes. .

 

Department staff

Tertykh Valentyn A., DSc, Chief Scientist,

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Budnyak Tetyana M., PhD, Researcher Associate,

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Dudarko Oksana A., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Korobeinyk Alina V., PhD in Chemistry of Brighton University (Great Britain),

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Kozakevych Roman B., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Melnyk Inna V. , DSc, Senior Researcher,

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Mikhalovsky Sergey V., PhD, Professor (Brighton University, Great Britain),

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Polishchuk Lilia M., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Sevostyanov Stanislav V., Junior Researcher,

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Stolyarchuk Natalia V., Junior Researcher,

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Tomina Veronika V., Junior Researcher,

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Recent publications

1. О. Dudarko, N. Kobylinska, B. Mishra, V.G. Kessler, B.P.Tripathi, G.A. Seisenbaeva, Facile strategies for synthesis of functionalized mesoporous silicas for the removal of rare-earth elements and heavy metals from aqueous systems // Micropor. Mesopor. Mat. – 2021. - V.315. - 110919.

2. P. Kuzema, Yu. Bolbukh, V. Tertykh, Fluorination of silylated nanosilicas using c-C4F8 radiofrequency plasma // Appl. Nanosci. - 2020. – V.10, N8. – P. 2495-2510.

3. I.V. Melnyk, V.V. Tomina, N.V. Stolyarchuk, O.V. Bespalko, M. Vaclavikova, Functionalization of the magnetite nanoparticles with polysilsesquioxane bearing N- and S-complexing groups to create solid phase adsorbents // Appl. Nanosci. - 2020. – V.10, N8. – P. 2813-2825.

4. T. Budnyak, M. Blachnio, A. Slabon, A. Jaworski, V. Tertykh, A. Derylo-Marczewska, A. Marczewski, Chitosan coated silica as effective and sustainable material for Acid Orange 8 dye capturing: effect of temperature in adsorption equilibrium and kinetics // J. Phys. Chem., C. - 2020. - V.124, N28. - P. 15312–15323.

5. E. Arkhangelsky, V. Inglezakis, V. Gitis, A.V. Korobeinyk, Nanoparticles as a powerful tool for membrane pore size determination and mercury removal, Chapter 3 in book: “Nanotechnology in Water and Wastewater Treatment. Theory and Applications”, A. Ahsan, A.F. Ismail (eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2019. - P. 63-86. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-813902-8.00003-4

6. P. Kuzema, Y. Bolbukh, A. Lipke, M. Majdan, V. Tertykh, Luminescent sol-gel glasses from silicate-citrate-(thio)ureate precursors // Colloids and Interfaces. – 2019. - V.3, N1. - 11.

7. R. Kozakevych, A. Korobeinyk, Yu. Bolbukh, V. Tertykh, L. Mikhalovska, M. Zienkiewicz-Strzałka, A. Deryło-Marczewska, Preparation and characterization of nanocomposite polyvinyl chloride films with NO-generating activity // Appl. Nanosci. – 2019. - V.9, N5. - P. 801-808.

8. I.V. Melnyk, M. Vaclavikova, G.A. Seisenbaeva, V.G. Kessler (eds.), Biocompatible Hybrid Oxide Nanoparticles for Human Health: From Synthesis to Applications, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2019, 288 p. ISBN 978-0-12-815875-3 https://doi.org/10.1016/C2017-0-02516-8

9. M. Blachnio, T. Budnyak, A. Derylo-Marczewska, A. Marczewski, V. Tertykh, Chitosan-silica hybrid composites for removal of sulfonated azo dyes from aqueous solutions // Langmuir. – 2018. - V.34, N 6. - P. 2258-2273.

10. T. Budnyak, A. Gładysz-Płaska, A. Strizhak, D. Sternik, I. Komarov, M. Majdan, V. Tertykh, Imidazole-2yl-phosphonic acid derivative grafted onto mesoporous silica surface as a novel highly effective sorbent for uranium(VI) ions extraction // ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces. – 2018. - V. 10, N 7. – P. 6681–6693.

11. A. Vasin, D. Kysil, L. Lajaunie, G. Rudko, V.S. Lysenko, S. Sevostyanov, V. Tertykh, Yu. Piryatinski, M. Cannas, L. Vaccaro, R. Arenal, A. Nazarov, Multiband light emission and nanoscale chemical analyses of carbonized fumed silica // J. Appl. Phys. – 2018. - V. 124, N10. – 105108.

12. I. Protsak, I.M. Henderson, V. Tertykh, Wen Dong, Zi-Chun Le, Cleavage of organosiloxanes with dimethyl carbonate: a mild approach to graft-to-surface modification // Langmuir. – 2018, V.34, N33. - P. 9719-9730.

13. N.V. Stolyarchuk, H. Kolev, M. Kanuchova, R. Keller, M. Vaclavikova, I.V. Melnyk, Synthesis and sorption properties of bridged polysilsesquioxane microparticles containing 3 mercaptopropyl groups in the surface layer // Colloids Surf. A. – 2018. - V.538. - P. 694-702.

14. I.V. Melnyk, R,P. Pogorilyi, Yu.L. Zub, M. Václavíková, K. Gdula, A. Dąbrowski, G.A. Seisenbaeva, V.G. Kessler, Protection of thiol groups on the surface of magnetic adsorbents and their application for wastewater treatment // Sci. Rep. – 2018. - V. 8. – 8592.

15. O. Dudarko, S. Barany, Synthesis and characterization of sulfur-containing hybrid materials based on sodium silicate // RSC Advances. – 2018. - V.8, N65. – P. 37441–37450.

16. D. Kołodyńska, T.M. Budnyak, Z. Hubicki, V.А. Tertykh, Sol-gel derived organic-inorganic hybrid ceramic materials for heavy metal removal, Chapter 9 in book: Sol-gel Based Nanoceramic Materials: Preparation, Properties and Applications, Mishra A.K. (ed.), Springer: Cham, Switzerland, 2017. - P. 253–274.

17. I.S. Protsak, V.A. Tertykh, E.M. Pakhlov, A. Derylo-Marczewska, Modification of fumed silica surface with mixtures of polyorganosiloxanes and dialkyl carbonates // Prog. Org. Coat. – 2017. - V.106. - P. 163–169.

18. V.V. Tomina, N.V. Stolyarchuk, I.V. Melnyk, Yu.L. Zub, T.F. Kouznetsova, V.G. Prozorovich, A.I. Ivanets, Composite sorbents based on porous ceramic substrate and hybrid amino- and mercapto-silica materials for Ni(II) and Pb(II) ions removal // Sep. Purif. Technol. – 2017. - V.175. - Р. 391-398.

19. T.M. Budnyak, A.V. Strizhak, A. Gładysz-Płaska, D. Sternik, I.V. Komarov, D. Kołodyńska, M. Majdan, V.А. Tertykh, Silica with immobilized phosphinic acid-derivative for uranium extraction // J. Hazard. Mater. – 2016. – V.314. – Р. 326–340.

20. A.D. Dadashev, V.А.Tertykh, E.S. Yanovska, K.V. Yanova, New approach to synthesis of silica with chemically bound guanidine hydrochloride for preconcentration of metal ions // Am. J. Analyt. Chem. – 2016. - V.7, N5. - Р. 411-420.

Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry of Surface of Nanosystems

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Head of Laboratory

Pokrovskiy Valeriy A.

Doctor of Sciences

(Physics and Mathematics),

Professor

 

Telephone: + 380 44 424-94-62

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Department staff is 9 co-workers including 1 DSc, 2 PhDs. From 1986, the Department researchers have published about 100 scientific papers; 1 doctor and 2 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Mass spectrometric investigation of structure and properties of carbon materials, proteins, hybrid nanosystems; protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions; the studies on interdependence between structure of biologically active molecules and mechanism of ion formation and fragmentation; studies on gas-phase modification of ports and walls of carbon nanotubes in the course of mass spectrometric experiment and post–thermovacuum treatment; studies on mechanism of organic molecules fixation mechanism inside carbon nanotubes.

The main methodical direction: synthesis and chemical modification of traditional and new-synthesized nanostructured surfaces -- the supports for laser desorption/ionization which way opens new possibilities in mass spectrometry of biomolecules.

 

Main results for the recent years

By method of mass spectrometry using laser desorption/ionization, the destruction of C60 thermally deposited onvarious supports was investigated. It was found that mechanism of ion formation depended upon the nature and structure of the surface on which C60 was condensed, upon conditions of condensation, and also upon mechanisms of ion-molecular reactions in hot ion plum. It was also proved that plasmon resonance as the result of multi-photon excitation of fullerene molecules in condensed state is the first stage and the main mechanism of delivering energy for laser-induced ionization, fragmentation, aggregation and chemical reactions which occur in adsorbed state and ion plum.

Technics of temperature-programmed desorption mass spectrometry was used to investigate thermal destruction of linear polyphenylsiloxane adsorbed on the surface of oxide МхОу/SiO2, where М – Cu, Mg, Mn, Ni, Zn. It was found out that in course of thermolysis of adsorbed polymethylphenylsiloxane, different to polydimethylsiloxane, no six link cycle siloxanes were observed in experiment. It was proved that formation of toluene and diphenyl takes place in the surface layer of silica matrix as the result of thermolysis of adsorbed polymethylphenylsiloxane resulting in recombination of methyl and phenyl radicals.

The technics of laser/desprption ionization mass spectrometry was used to study interaction of proteins albumin, lisozyme, alpha-synuclein and insulin with bistrifluoromethyl cesium. The effect of metal complex on the process of protein self-association was observed and suggestion was proposed concerning specific binding of complex with various functional groups depending upon the nature and structure of protein. For high-order protein aggregates, the possibility of identification of various protein conformations was demonstrated, using characteristic lines and general structure of mass spectrum. It was also shown that fragmentation of alpha-synuclein in conditions of laser/desorption experiment take place preferentially on sites of glycine-valine binding.

 

Laboratory staff

Pokrovskiy Valeriy A., DSc, Head of Laboratory,

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Gromovoy Taras Yu., PhD, Senior Researcher

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Laguta Valentin N., engineer

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Mischanchuk Boris M., leading engineer

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Mischanchuk Aleksandr V., leading engineer

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Moshkivska Nadezhda M., leading engineer

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Obrazkov Aleksandr G., leading engineer

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Severinovska Olga V., PhD, Senior Researcher

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Recent publications

  1. A.M. Puziy, O.I. Poddubnaya, T.Y. Gromovoy. Laser desorption/ionization time of flight mass spectrometry of phosphorus-containing carbons // Carbon. – 2013. – V. 53. - P. 405-408.
  2. S.V. Romanova, Т.Е. Terikovskaya, B.G. Mischanchuk, S.A. Kirillov, V.A. Pokrovskiy. Investigation of decomposition of citrate precursors up to zinc oxide by temperature-programmed desorption mass spectrometry // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. – 2012. - V.3, № 2. - P. 166-172.
  3. L.О. Davidenko, B.G. Mischanchuk, А.G. Grebenyuk, V.A. Pokrovskiy, Yu.V. Plyuto. Studies on thermolysis of Cr(acac)3 on the surface of SiO2 and Al2O3 by temperature-programmed desorption mass spectrometry // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. - 2012 - V.3, №3. - P.273-282 (in Russian).
  4. A.B. Karpenko, V.S. Kuts, S.V. Snegir, V.A. Pokrovskiy. Regularities of fragmentation of C60 fullerene according to the data of laser-desorption mass spectrometry and quantum chemistry // Ukr. J. Phys. – 2012. V. 57, N 7. – P. 767–672.
  5. V.O. Gabovych, V.A. Pokrovskiy, Ye.V. Demyanenko, A.G. Grebenyuk. Experimental and theoretical study of laser desorption/ionization of methylene blue from the surface of thermally exfoliated graphite // Ukr. J. Phys. – 2012. -V. 57, N 7. – P. 775 -782.
  6. O.B. Karpenko, V.V. Trachevskij, O.V. Filonenko, V.V. Lobanov, M.V. Avdeev, T.V. Tropin, O.A.Kyzyma, S.V. Snegir. NMR study of non-equilibrium state of fullerene C60 in n-methyl-2-pyrrolidone // Ukr. J. Phys. – 2012. – V. 2. – P. 860–863.
  7. F.F. Contreras-Torres, E.V. Basiuk, V.A. Basiuk, V. Meza-Laguna, T.Yu. Gromovoy. Nanostructured diamine–fullerene derivatives: computational density functional theory study and experimental evidence for their formation via gas-phase functionalization // J. Phys. Chem. A, - 2012, -V 116, № 6, P. 1663–1676.
  8. V.O. Pokrovskiy. Desorption mass spectrometry: physics, physical chemistry, surface chemistry // Visnyk NANU.- 2012.- №12. - P. 28-43 (in Russian).
  9. І.І. Romanovska, О.V. Ossychuk, S.S. Dekina, Yu.A. Shesterenko, O.V. Sevastyanov, Т.Yu. Gromovoy. Phenol oxidation of covalently immobilized horseradish peroxidize // Biotekhnologia. – 2011. - V. 4, № 6. – p. 31-35. (In Ukrainian)
  10. М. Аndrusshina, І. О. Golub, D.D. Didikin, S.E. Litvin, T.Yu. Gromovoy, V.F. Gorchev, V.O. Movchan. Structure, properties and toxicity of nanoparticles of silver and cuprum oxides // Biotekhnologia. – 2011. - V. 4, № 6. – P. 51-60.(in Russian).

 

 

Laboratory of Oxide Nanocomposites

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Head of Laboratory

Borysenko Mykola V.

PhD in Chemistry, Senior Researcher

 

Telephone: + 380 44 422-96-72

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Laboratory staff is 7 co-workers including 6 PhDs. From 1986, the Laboratory researchers have published more than 300 scientific papers, obtained 20 patents for inventions, and 8 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Chemical reactions of disperse silica with chlorides, oxochlorides, and acetylacetonates of transition and rear-earth metals; synthesis of oxide nanoparticles and layers of Zr, Ti, Cr, Ni, Co, Fe, Cu, Ce, Eu, Ho/Yb, Er/Yb and other metals on surfaces of silica matrices; phase and dimensional transformations of a deposited metal oxide phase on silica surface during the course of processes of synthesis, hydrolysis, and calcination; sol-gel method for producing doped silica glass and nanocomposites; spectral properties of glass and glass-ceramic systems doped with transition and rear-earth metals. X-ray diffraction studies of weakly crystalline metal oxides. Development of anticorrosive pigments and protective antimicrobial coatings resistant to biofouling based on highly dispersed modified silica, carbon materials and polymeric biocides.

 

Main results for the recent years

A method for the synthesis of preparative batches of nanocomposites of CuO/SiO2 and CeO2/SiO2 composition using metal acetylacetonate precursors has been developed. The method allows to obtain nanoparticles of monoclinic modification of CuO, tenorite with a crystallite size of ~ 80 nm and their content in CuO/SiO2 2.1–6.1 wt. %, as well as X-ray amorphous and crystalline CeO2 with a particle size of 3–25 nm. It was found that the threshold for determining the crystalline phase of CeO2 by X-ray diffraction is 12–15% and does not depend on the method of nanocomposite synthesis (molecular layering or impregnation). In the concentration range of 12–23% CeO2 and in the heat treatment of nanocomposites at 550°C, cerium dioxide nanoparticles of 3–4 nm are formed. An increase in temperature leads to sintering of silica and agglomeration of CeO2, while nanoparticles are enlarged to 16–25 nm.

A new variant of sol-gel synthesis of xerogels and quartz glass doped with nanoparticles of transition metal oxides is proposed, which involves the introduction of metal-containing highly dispersed silica as fillers and dopants in alkoxide-formed sols. Such materials can be used as high-temperature light transducers, light filters, catalysts, adsorbents, etc. The sol-gel doped glass has a high optical homogeneity and contains ~ 0.3 wt. % of OH groups. Alloying additives to quartz glass – nanoparticles ZrO2, CeO2, Fe2O3, Eu2O3, Cr2O3 and CuO lead to an increase in refractive index compared to pure quartz glass.

Plastic lubricants with high mechanical stability and heat resistance (Patent of Ukraine № 99227) and new anticorrosive pigments for the protection of metals that do not contain hexavalent chromium (US Patent Application US20070088111 A1, US20130071682 A1) have been developed using oxides modified with  silica metals.

 

Laboratory staff

Borysenko Mykola V., PhD, Head of Laboratory,

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Cherniavska Tetiana V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Dyachenko Alla G., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Galaburda Mariya V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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GornikovYuri I., leading engineer,

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Oranska Olena I., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Sulym Iryna Ya., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Recent publications

1. I.Ya. Sulym, P. Veteška, R. Klement, Z. Hajdúchová, J. Lokaj, A. Gatial, M.V. Borysenko, M. Janek, D.V. Gryn, M.S. Yakhnenko, A.P. Naumenko. Structural, optical and lumines cence features of Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped sol-gel silica glasses // Functional Materials. – 2021. – V. 28, N. 1. – P. 14–21.

2. O.S. Yakovenko, L.Yu. Matzui, L.L. Vovchenko, V.M. Bogatyrov, M.V. Galaburda, A.V. Bodnaruk, V.M. Kalita, O.A. Syvolozhskyi, V.V. Vilchinskyi. Electric properties of Ni-C and Co-C core–shell nanoparticles in polymer matrix // Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals – V. 718(1). – 2021/07/19 – P. 132–141.

3. M. Chodkowski, I.Ya. Sulym, K. Terpiłowski, D. Sternik. Surface properties of silica–MWCNTs/PDMS composite coatings deposited on plasma activated glass supports // Applied Sciences. – 2021. – V. 11. – 9256.

4. M. Nazarkovsky, B. Czech, A. Żmudka, V. Bogatyrov, O. Artiushenko, V. Zaitsev, T. Saint-Pierre, R. Rocha, J. Kai, Yu. Xing, W. Gonçalves, A. Veiga, M. Rocco, S. Safeer, M. Galaburda, V. Carozo, R. Aucélio, R. Caraballo-Vivas, O. Oranska, J. Dupont. Structural, optical and catalytic properties of ZnO-SiO2 colored powders with the visible light-driven activity // J. Photochem. Photobiol., A.– 2021/12/1. – V. 421. – P. 113532.

5. M. Galaburda, V. Bogatyrov, D. Sternik, O. Oranska, M. Borysenko, I. Škorvánek, E. Skware, A. Deryło-Marczewska, V. Gun’ko. Magneto-sensitive carbon-inorganic composites based on particleboard and plywood wastes // Chemistry journal of Moldova. – 2021. V. 16(1) – P. 68–78.

6. I. Sulym, M. Wiśniewska, L. Storozhuk, K. Terpilowski, D. Sternik, M. Borysenko, A. Derylo-Marczewska. Investigation of surface structure, electrokinetic and stability properties of highly dispersed Ho2O3–Yb2O3/SiO2 nanocomposites // Applied Nanoscience. – 2021/2/13 – P. 1–12.

7. А.G. Dyachenko, O.V. Ischenko, O.V. Goncharuk, M.V. Borysenko, O.V. Mischanchuk, V.M. Gun’ko, D. Sternik, V.V. Lisnyak. Preparation and characterization of Ni–Co/SiO2 nanocomposite catalysts for CO2 methanation // Applied Nanoscience. – 2021/1/28. – P. 1–11.

8. S. Rogalsky, J.-F. Bardeau, L. Lyoshina, O. Tarasyuk, O. Bulko, O. Dzhuzha, T. Cherniavska, V. Kremenitsky, L. Kobrina, S. Riabov. New promising antimicrobial material based on thermoplastic polyurethane modified with polymeric biocide polyhexamethylene guanidine hydrochloride // Materials Chemistry and Physics. – 2021/7/15. – V. 267. – 124682.

9. K. Kulyk, L. Azizova, J.M. Cunningham, L. Mikhalovska, M. Borysenko, S. Mikhalovsky. Nanosized copper (ii) oxide/silica for catalytic generation of nitric oxide from S-nitrosothiols // Journal of Materials Chemistry B – 2020. – V8, N19. – P. 4267-4277.

 

 

Laboratory of Photonics Oxide Nanosystems

 smirn

 

 

Head of Laboratory

Smirnova Nataliia P.

PhD in Chemistry, Senior Researcher

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Laboratory staff is 9 co-workers including 3 DSc, 5 PhDs. From 1986, the Laboratory staff have published 5 chapters in collective books, 250 scientific papers, and obtained 5 patents for inventions; 3 DSc and 15 PhD theses were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Investigationof UV light interaction with the surface of adsorbents, a transfer of electron, proton or exciting energy between adsorbed organic compounds and the active sites of solids - silica, titania and binar oxide systems, synthesis and properties of nanosized metal particles.

Synthesis and physical-chemical properties studies of mixed oxides and layered double hydroxides; creation of photocatalysts on their base.

Synthesis and studies on the structure, surface chemistry, photoelectrochemical and photocatalytical properties of mesoporous films based on oxides of IV group elements and mixed oxide systems.

Mechanisms of photoinduced processes of electron, proton and energy transfer in semiconductor composites under conditions of redox transformations of organic and inorganic compounds.

Technology development of new nanosized broad-spectrum bactericide materials and conjugated nanobiotechnologycal antitumoral hypotoxical preparations based on silver, gold, copper nanoparticles in the colloids and suspensions of dispersed silica.

Researches of photocatalytic elimination of nitrogen-contained organic pollutants form aqueous solutions (cancerogenic polyacenes, dyes, antibiotics) and gas phase (alcohols, ketones); photoreduction of inorganic toxic ions (Cr(VI), Hg(II), Cu(II)).

Systematic spectral researches into the state of incorporated transition and rare-earth ions in inorganic matrices (quartz and borates) by the steady-state, kinetic photo- and radioluminescence, optical absorption, and ESR techniques.

Potential applications: coatings (photocatalysts, electrochemical sensors, self-cleaning windows, tables, walls etc, defogging mirrors, antireflective and ornamental coatings); optics (information recording devices, matrices for MALDI, substrates for IR-, Raman and Fluorescence spectroscopy, biosensors); healthcare(bactericides, system for diagnostics, antimicrobial, conjugated nanobiotechnologycal antitumoral hypotoxical preparations based on silver, gold, copper nanoparticles).

 

Main results for the recent years

Approach involving a simultaneous reduction of silver nitrate and tetrachlorauratic acid using tryptophan (Trp) as a reducing/stabilizing agent was applied during NP synthesis. The obtained Ag/Au/Trp NPs (5-15 nm sized) were able to form stable aggregates with an average size of 370-450 nm and were potentially less toxic than Ag/Au/SDS in relation to a mouse model system based on clinical biochemical parameters and oxidative damage product estimation. Ag/Au/Trp NPs were shown to exhibit anticancer activity in relation to a Lewis lung carcinoma model.

Colloidal solution of Ag nanoparticles, heterogeneous Ag/SiO2 system and bimetallic Ag/Au nanoparticles produced photochemically in colloidal solutions and within porous silica films and powders in the form of alloy and core/shell showed a high antimicrobial activity against a number of pathogenic microorganisms. 

The highly dispersed Zn-Al mixed oxides have been synthesized by citrate method and by thermal decomposition of Zn-Al layered double hydroxides (LDH) prepared by coprecipitation method. The possibility of its reconstruction in LDH in aqueous suspensions has been studied. There was established that the hydration of oxide systems synthesized by citrate method had caused partial conversion of mixed oxides to the crystalline phase of LDH. In the case of oxides obtained by thermal treatment of Zn-Al LDH, the almost complete regeneration of LDH structure has achieved. The effect of ultrasonic treatment, stirring time and the presence of magnesium oxide in oxide systems on hydration process of Zn-Al mixed oxides has been studied. The crystal structure, morphology, textural properties and ability to absorb light in the ultraviolet range of the mixed oxides and products of their hydration have been studied.

Low-temperature sol-gel methods of synthesis of porous nanosized transparent stable films on the basis of titania and its binary compositions with oxides of silicon, iron, and zirconium have been developed. The methods involve simultaneous hydrolysis of corresponding alkoxides in the presence of template agents (CTAB and triblock copolymer P123).The structure and optical properties of these films were characterized using SEM, AFM, low-angle XRD and UV/Vis spectroscopy, hexane adsorption investigation.

Zr or Si oxides doping on the stage of sol-gel process improves thermal stability, retards sintering of the films and stabilizes the nanocrystalline structure with developed porosity. Catalytic activity of mesoporous TiO2 and TiO2/ZrO2 (5-50% of ZrO2) films in the processes of gaseous ethanol photooxidation growth with increasing of specific surface area and surface acidity of the samples. Enhancing of photocatalytic activity of zirkonia-doped films relatively to pure TiO2 originates from an anodic shift of the valence band edge potential (estimated by direct photoelectrochemical measurements).

Possibility of encapsulation of gold (Au), silver (Ag) and copper (Cu) nanoparticles by amino acid – tryptophane (Trp) in solutions and on the silica surface was proven. Tryptophane executes a double function - effective reducing agent of gold ions and stabilizer of Au nanoparticles. The significant increase in the intensity of the carbonil and amino groups as well as the benzene and pyrrole ring vibrations in the Raman spectra of Trp in the presence of Au NP was observed due to donor-acceptor complex formation.

Study of X-ray luminophors - single crystal and glassy lithium tetraborate (LTB) doped with transition and RE ions: Cu, Ag. Mn, Eu Ce using sets of methods: optical absorption; steady- state and time-resolved photoluminescence (PhL); radioluminescence (RL), termoluminescence (TL) including spectrally-resolved 3-dimentional (TL). Valence and coordination states and hence the luminescence properties of all doped species are determined by morphological structures of solid LTB lattice. A comparative characterization of undoped lithium tetraborate (LTB) and Cu-doped (LTB:Cu) single crystals (tissue-equivalent luminophors) to commercially produced TLD-100 and TLD-700 dosimeters was studied. The results show that LTB:Cu is approximately 50 times more sensitive to gamma-radiation than LTB and 5 times as compared to TLD-100 and TLD-700. At the same time LTB is 5 times more sensitive to thermal neutrons, which suggests the application of paired LTB and LTB:Cu for mixed gamma-neutron field dosimetry.

 

Laboratory staff

Smirnova Nataliia P.PhD, Head of Laboratory,

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Dobrodziy Tetiana V., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Eremenko Anna M.DSc, Leading Researcher,

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Linnik Оksana P., DSc, Senior Researcher,

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Mukha Iuliia P., DSc, Senior Researcher,

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Petrik Irina S., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Starukh Galyna N., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Vityuk Nadiia V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Zakharenko Tetiana M., leading engineer;

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Recent publications

1. I.O. Shmarakov, Iu.P. Mukha, V.V. Karavan, O.Yu. Chunikhin, M.M. Marchenko, N.P. Smirnova, A.M. Eremenko. Tryptophan assisted synthesis reduces bimetallic gold/silver nanoparticle cytotoxicity and improves biological activity // Nanobiomedicine – 2014. – V. 1. – P. 01 – 10.

2. N. Ostapenko, Yu. Ostapenko, O. Kerita, D. Peckus, V. Gulbinas, A. Eremenko, N. Smirnova, N. Surovtseva Luminescence features of nanocomposites of silicon-organic polymer/porous SiO2 and TiO2 films // Synthetic Metals – 2014. - V. 187. - P. 86 – 90.

3. G. M. Starukh, O. I. Oranska, S.I. Levytska. Reconstruction of ZnO-contained mixed oxides in layered double hydroxides // Ukr. Chem. J – 2014. – V. 80, N 9. – P. 32–40.

4. A. Naumenko, Iu. Gnatiuk, N. Smirnova, A. Eremenko. Characterization of sol–gel derived TiO2/ZrO2 films and powders by Raman spectroscopy// Thin Solid Films. – 2012 – V. 520, N 14. –- P.4541–4546.

5. O. Linnik, I. Petrik, N. Smirnova, V. Kandyba, O. Korduban, A. Eremenko, G. Socol, N. Stefan, C. Ristoscu, I.N. Mihailescu, C. Sutan, V. Malinovski, V. Djokic, D.Janakovic. TiO2/ZrO2 thin films synthesized by PLD in low pressure N-, C- and/or O-containin ggases: structural, optical and photocatalytic properties // Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures. – 2012. – V. 7, N 3. – Р.1343–1352.

6. N.V. Gaponenko, V.S. Kortov, N. P. Smirnova, T.I. Orekhovskaya, I.A. Nikolaenko, V.A. Pustovarov, S.V. Zvonarev, A.I. Slesarev, O.P. Linnik, M.A. Zhukovskii, V.E. Borisenko. Sol-gel derived structures for optical design and photocatalytic application // Microelectronic Engineering. – 2012. –V. 90. – Р.131–137. doi:10.1016 90.

7. A.M. Eremenko, N.P. Smirnova, I.P. Mukha, A.P. Naumenko, N.M. Belyi, S. Hayde. Effect of gold nanoparticles on an aerosil surface on the fluorescence and Raman spectra of adsorbed tryptophan // Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry. – 2012. –V. 48, N 1. – Р.49–55.

8. H.I. Korchak, О.V. Surmasheva, А.І. Міkhienkova, A.M Eremenko, Yu.P. Мukha, N.P. Smirnova. Method of synthesis of nanosized silver solutions // Patent of Ukraine № 67484 from  27.02.2012.

9. H.I. Korchak, О.V. Surmasheva, А.І. Міkhienkova, A.M Eremenko., Yu.P. Мukha, N.P. Smirnova. Antimicrobial composition // Patent of Ukraine № 67536 from 27.02.2012.

10. A. Eremenko, N. Smirnova, Iu. Gnatiuk, O. Linnik, N. Vityuk, Yu. Mukha, A. Korduban. Silver and gold nanoparticles on sol-gel TiO2, ZrO2, SiO2 // Surfaces: Optical Spectra, Photocatalytic Activity, Bactericide Properties / Chapter in Book 3: Composite Materials. – 2011. – P.2–32.

11. Yu. Gnatyuk, N. Smirnova, O. Korduban, A. Eremenko. Effect of zirconium in corporation on the stabilization of TiO2 mesoporous structure. // Sur. Interface Anal. – 2010. – V. 42. – P.1276–1280.

12. Yu. Mukha, А. Eremenko, G. Korchak, А. Michienkova. Physicochemical properties and antibacterial action of stabilized silver and gold nanostructures on the surface of disperse silica // Journal of Water Resources and Purification.– 2010. – V. 2. – P.131– 136.

13. G.V. Krylova, Yu.I. Gnatyuk, N.P. Smirnova, A.M. Eremenko, V.M. Gunko. Ag nanoparticles deposited onto silica, titania and zirconia mesoporous films synthesized by sol-gel template method // J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. – 2009. – V 50. – P.216–228.

 

 

 

Department of Chemical Design of Surface

 


Head of Department

Belyakova Lyudmila A.
Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry),

Professor

 

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Department staff is 10 co-workers including 2 DScs and 4 PhDs. The Department includes Laboratory of  Nanochemistry of Functional Coatings (Head of Lab PhD Yu.V. Plyuto). From 1986, the Department researchers have published 1 book, 8 Chapters in collective monographs, 300 scientific papers, and obtained 25 patents for invention; 2 doctor and 9 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Investigation of chemical functionalization of silica surface, surface chemistry and physicochemical properties of synthesized silica materials. Directed design of active centers of sorption of ions and molecules in the surface layer of disperse silica to obtain specific and selective functional materials. Study of various sorption processes carried out with the participation of the surface of highly disperse oxides.

 

Main results for the recent years

Chemical approaches to the functionalization of highly disperse silicas for the synthesis of specific sorbents of toxic oxyanions, components of pesticides, aromatic organic compounds, for encapsulation of medicinal and biologically active substances, obtaining pH-sensitive silica materials are proposed.

Mesoporous silicas, the inner and outer surfaces of which are completely covered with grafted functional groups of β-cyclodextrin, were synthesized. They absorb nitrate-, orthophosphate- and orthoarsenate-anions, as well as aromatic organic compounds from aqueous solutions. Due to their mechanical strength, hydrolytic, chemical and thermal stability, kinetic parameters of sorption, these β-cyclodextrin-containing silicas can be used repeatedly for the absorption and concentration of toxic impurities, as well as their rapid analysis. The decisive role of complementarity of surface active centers and sorbed substances in improving kinetic and equilibrium sorption parameters has been proven.

The methods of chemical immobilization of indicator azo dyes (methyl red and alizarin yellow) on the surface of silica carriers have been proposed. It has been proven that indicator azo dyes grafted on silica surface retain the ability for color transition at changes of the medium pH. The obtained chemically stable pH-sensitive materials are perspective in the processes of control of medium acidity or selective recognition of organic molecules.

The formation of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide micelles has been studied in the presence of methyl red and alizarin yellow. It has been shown that micellar aggregates with solubilized azo dyes can be used as templates in sol-gel synthesis of MSM-41-type silica materials for regulation of theirs structural parameters. Templated sol gel synthesis of mesoporous silicas of MCM 41 type has been realized in the presence of methyl red and alizarin yellow as cotemplates and prepared on their basis silanes as structure forming components. It has been found that synthesized materials have improved structural characteristics and they are promising in sorption of acid dyes from aqueous solutions.

The acid-base properties of nanocrystalline titania and ceria have been studied. Equilibrium reaction constants of protonation, ionization and interaction of oxide functional groups with background electrolyte ions are determined. Quantitative characteristics of adsorption of amino acids, biogenic amines, deoxyribonucleic acid and its components (bases, nucleosides and nucleotides) from aqueous solutions on the surface of titanium and cerium dioxides are obtained. Quantitative parameters of adsorption are calculated in terms of surface complexation theory. This approach allows to characterize adsorption processes as the formation of complexes on the surface of oxide sorbents. It was found that the degree of interaction of nucleic bases and nucleosides is determined by the presence of functional groups: molecules that include amine and ketone groups are sorbed better than compounds with one type of substituents in the heterocyclic ring. They form outersphere complexes on the oxide surfaces, the components of which are connected by hydrogen bonds. Nucleotides and nucleic acid, which contain phosphate residues, are sorbed on the oxide surfaces with the formation of outer- and innersphere complexes due to electrostatic and covalent bindings. .

 

Department staff

Belyakova Lyudmila A., DSc, Head of Department,

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Lyashenko Diana Yu., PhD, Research Associate,

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Markitan Olga V., PhD, Research Associate,

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Roik Nadiia V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Trofymchuk Iryna M., Junior Researcher,

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Vlasova Nataliya N., DSc, Leading Researcher,

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Recent publications

1. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova. Mesoporous silica nanoparticles equipped with surface nanovalves for pH-controlled libera tion of doxorubicin // Interface Focus. – 2016. – V. 6. – P. 1–10.

2. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova. pH-Sensitive supramolecular assembles of β-cyclodextrin and 2-aminodiphenylamine in water medium: structure, solubility and stability // J. Sol. Chem. – 2016. – V. 45. – P. 818–830.

3. I.M. Trofymchuk, N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova. Sol-gel synthesis of ordered β-cyclodextrin-containing silicas // Nanoscale Res. Let. - 2016. - V. 11. - P. 174-185.

4. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova, I.M. Trofymchuk, M.O. Dziazko, O.I. Oranska. Mesoporous silicas with covalently immobilized β-cyclodextrin moieties: synthesis, structure, and sorption properties // J. Nanopart. Res. - 2017. - V. 19. - P. 317-332.

5. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova, M.O. Dziazko. Adsorption of antitumor antibiotic doxorubicin on MCM-41-type silica surface // Ads. Sci. Technol. – 2017. - V. 35. - P. 86-101.

6. I.M. Trofymchuk, N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova. Structural variety and adsorptive properties of mesoporous silicas with immobilized oligosaccharide groups // Nanoscale Res. Let. - 2017. - V. 12. - P. 307-320.

7. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova, M.O. Dziazko, I.M. Trofymchuk. New mesoporous materials with surface supramolecular centers for methyl red sorption // Chem. J. Moldova. - 2017. - V. 12. - P. 87-101.

8. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova, M.O. Dziazko. Optically transparent silica film with pH sensing properties: influence of chemical immobilization and presence of β cyclodextrin on protolytic properties of alizarin yellow // Sens. Actuators B. - 2018. - V. 273. - P. 1103-1112.

9. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova, M.O. Dziazko, O.I. Oranska. Influence of azo dyes additives on structural ordering of mesoporous silicas // Appl. Nanosci. - 2019. - V. 10. - P. 1-10.

10. N.N. Vlasova, O.V. Markitan. Surface complexation modeling of biomolecule adsorptions onto titania // Colloids Interfaces. – 2019. – V. 3. – P. 28–43.

11. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova, M.O. Dziazko. Selective sorptive removal of Methyl Red from individual and binary component solutions by mesoporous organosilicas of MCM-41 type // Envir. Sci. Pollut. Res. – 2021. – V. 99. - P. 59-71.

12. N.V. Roik, L.A. Belyakova, M.O. Dziazko. Solubilization of azo dyes by cetyltrimethylammonium bromide micelles as structure control factor at synthesis of ordered mesoporous silicas // J. Mol. Liq. - 2021. - V. 328. - P. 115451.

13. O.V. Markitan, N.N. Vlasova. Adsorption of deoxyribonucleic acid on nanocrystalline titanium and cerium dioxide surfaces // Coll. J. – 2021. – V. 83. – P. 461–467.

14. N.N. Vlasova, O.V. Markitan. Adsorption of amino acids on a titania surface // Russ. J. Phys. Chem. A. – 2021. – V. 95. –P. 207–212.

15. N.V. Roik, M.O. Dziazko, I.M. Trofymchuk, O.I. Oranska. Role of amphiphilic organic additives in design of silica materials with ordered mesoporous structure // J. Porous Mat. – 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10934-021-01167-0.

 

 

 

 

Department of Surface Chemistry of Hybrid Materials

 

 

Head of Department


 

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Department staff is 16 co-workers including 1 DSc, 9 PhDs, and 1 PhD student.  The Department includes Laboratory of Chemisorption  (Head of Lab DSc V. A. Tertykh). From 1986, the Department researchers published 1 book, several chapters in 4 collective monographs, 170 scientific articles; 1 doctor and 4 candidate dissertations were defended

 

Directions of investigations

The main direction of the department’s research is the development of scientific principles of directed synthesis of hybrid organic-inorganic materials using sol-gel and template methods and multicomponent systems. Such hybrid materials are of significant practical interest for sorption technologies (selective removal of toxic and precious metal ions, rare earth and radioactive elements; selective absorption of organic molecules from vapour and gasses, etc.), eco-analytical chemistry (quality control of food, drinking water, etc.), chromatography (of proteins, etc.), chemo- and biosensors (medical diagnostics), catalysis (eg, creating selective catalysts with super acidic centres), biotechnology (enzymatic catalysts).

 

Main results for the recent years

On the basis of the sol-gel and template methods there were developed one-stage techniques for the synthesis of mesoporous silica with complexing and ion-exchange groups (amine, mercapto, ammonium, phosphonic, and thiourea) in the surface layer. Methods of AFM and electron microscopy were applied to study the morphology of the obtained hybrid organic-inorganic materials. Vibrational and solid-state NMR spectroscopy were used to analyze the composition, structure of structural units and the behavior of the surface layer. There were studied the absorption properties of the synthesized materials towards some heavy ions, noble metals and actinides. It was shown that such sorbents are easy to regenerate without significant changes in their structure and the surface layer.

Hydrolytic copolycondensation reaction of tetraethoxysilane with relevant trifunctional silanes in ammonia medium (modified Stöber method) was used to produce spherical silica particles (average diameter 140-270 nm) with different functional and complexing groups in the surface layers: hydrophobic fluorine-containing groups, amino and sulfur-containing groups. It was shown that the course of of hydrolytic polycondensation reaction with 1H, 1H, 2H, 2H-perfluorooctyltriethoxysilane (formation of gel or particles) depends on the concentration of ammonia in the initial solution. It was determined than in the case of amino groups, the particle size depends on the geometry and basicity of functional groups, the order of reacting components introduction and the mixing time of the suspension. It was shown that the silica spheres with fluorine-containing groups absorb benzene, spheres with amino groups adsorb nickel (II) and copper (II) ions of from aqueous solutions, and with thiol groups - silver (I) ions.

The developed method of hydrolytic polycondensation of tetraethoxysilane with corresponding trifunctional silanes was used for coating of the surfaces of Fe3O4magnetic particles with bifunctional layers of ≡Si(CH2)3NH2/≡SiCH3 and ≡Si(CH2)3NH2/≡SiC3H7-n. The formation of polysiloxane bonds and the presence of functional groups (1.6-2.2 mmol/g) in the surface layers of magnetite nanoparticles were confirmed by IR spectroscopy and acid-base titration. The presence of methyl (or n-propyl) groups along with amine groups in the surface layer enhances the sorption capacity on samples to human serum albumin. The obtained powders retain their magnetic properties and are promising for application in medical practice.

There were determined the basic factors affecting the amount of urease and cholinesterase binding; residual activity of these enzymes during immobilization in polysiloxane matrices, on the surface of mesoporous silica and magnetite with functional groups. There was suggested a technique of one-stage immobilization of urease on non-porous surfaces using hydrolytic polycondensation reaction of alkoxysilanes that involves the introduction of native enzyme in the original reaction solution of alkoxysilanes. During the further course of hydrolytic polycondensation the enzyme is included in polyorganosiloxane matrix. Immobilization of urease occurs with high levels of enzyme binding (50-90%), and its residual activity is about 50-70%.

The hydrolytic polycondensation reaction of tri- and tetrafunctional silanes was used to form the active layers on the surfaces of flat ceramic membranes (based on Al2O3). The method involves obtaining fine sol by acid hydrolysis of tetraethoxysilane and 3-mercaptopropylrtimethoxysilane. It was determined that at the ratio of reacting components "tetraethoxysilane/3-mercaptopropyl-rtimethoxysilane" in the functionalizing sol equaled to 1:1 (mol) there was observed the formation of 70 nm nanoparticles on the surfaces of flat ceramic membranes. IR spectroscopy confirmed the presence of polysiloxane network and complexing mercapto groups. Such membranes were also functionalized with polysiloxane and polysilsesquioxane layers containing 3-aminopropyl groups. SEM images indicate the formation of polysiloxane or polysilsesquioxane layers on the membranes surface with thickness of 0.35 μm and 4.4 μm, respectively. Infrared spectroscopy data confirmed the presence of the polysiloxane network and functional groups introduced during synthesis. Measurements of the contact angles on the membranes surfaces showed that the hydrophilicity of the active layer is practically independent of the type of the structuring agent (tetraethoxysilane or 1,2-bis(triethoxysilyl)ethane), and the introduction of the methyl groups increasing the hydrophobicity of the surface layer.

 

Department staff

Dudarko Oksana A., PhD, Research Associate,

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Melnyk Inna V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Sliesarenko Valeria V., leading engineer,

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Stolyarchuk Natalia V., Junior Researcher,

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Tomina Veronika V., leading engineer,

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Postgraduate student

Boyko Yulia V., tel:+38 (044) 4229630, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Laboratory of Chemisorption staff 

Tertykh Valentyn A., DSc, Chief Scientist,

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Bolbukh Iuliia M., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Budnyak Tetyana M., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Kozakevych Roman B., PhD, Research Associate,

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Recent Publications

1. R.P. Pogorilyi, I.V. Melnyk, Y.L. Zub, G.A. Seisenbaeva, V.G. Kessler. Immobilization of urease on magnetic nanoparticles coated by polysiloxane layers bearing thiol- or thiol- and alkyl-functions // J. Mater. Chem. B. – 2014. – 2. – Р.2694-2702

2. R.P. Pogorilyi, I.V. Melnyk, Y.L. Zub, S. Carlson, G. Daniel, P. Svedlindh, G.A. Seisenbaeva, V.G. Kessler. New product from old reaction: uniform magnetite nanoparticles from iron-mediated synthesis of alkali iodides and their protection from leaching in acidic media // RSC Advances. – 2014. – 4. – Р.22606-22612.

3. O.A. Dudarko, C. Gunathilake, V.V. Sliesarenko, Yu.L. Zub, M. Jaroniec. Microwave-assisted and conventional hydrothermal synthesis of ordered mesoporous silicas with P-containing functionalities // Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects. – 2014. - 459. - P.4-10.

4. G.I. Nazarchuk, I.V. Melnyk, Yu.L. Zub, O.I. Mokridina, A.I. Vezentsev. Mesoporous silica containing ≡Si(CH2)3NHC(S)NHC2H5 functional groups in the surface layer // Journal of Colloid аnd Interface Science. – 2013. – 389. – P.15–120.

5. V.V. Sliesarenko, O.A. Dudarko, Y.L. Zub, G.A. Seisenbaeva, V.G. Kessler, P. Topka, O. Šolcova. One-pot synthesis of mesoporous SBA-15 containing protonated 3-aminopropyl groups // J. Porous Mater. – 2013. - V. 20. - P. 1315-1321.

6. R.P. Pogorilyi, I.V. Melnyk, Y.L. Zub, G.A. Seisenbaeva, V.G. Kessler, M. M.Shcherbatyik, A. Košak, A. Lobnik. Urease adsorption and activity on magnetite nanoparticles functionalized with monofunctional and bifunctional surface layers //Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology. – 2013. - V.68, №3. - P. 447-454.

7. I.V. Melnyk, Y.L. Zub. Preparation and characterisation of magnetic nanoparticles with bifunctional surface layer ≡Si(CH2)3NH2/≡SiCH3 (or ≡SiC3H7–n) // Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. – 2012. – V.154. – P.196–199.

8. I.V. Melnyk, V.P. Goncharyk, N.V. Stolyarchuk, L.I. Kozhara, А.S. Lunochkina, Yu.L. Zub, B. Alonso. Dy3+ sorption from water solutions by mesoporous silicas functionnalized by phosphonic acid groups // Journal of Porous Materials. – 2012. – V.19. – P.579–585.

9. I.V. Melnyk, M. Fatnassi, T. Cacciaguerra, Y.L. Zub and В. Alonso. Spray-dried porous silica microspheres functionalised by phosphonic acid groups // Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. – 2012. – V.152. – P.172–177.

10. V.V. Tomina, G.R. Yurchenko, A.K. Matkovsky, Yu.L. Zub, A. Kosak, A. Lobnik. Synthesis of polysiloxane xerogels with fluorine-containing groups in the surface layer and their sorption properties // Journal of Fluorine Chemistry. 2011. – 132. – Р.1146–1151.

11. Yu.L. Zub, N.V. Stolyarchuk, M. Barczhak, A. Dabrowski. Surface heterogeneity of polysiloxane xerogels functionalized by 3-aminopropyl group // Appl. Surf. Sc. – 2010. – V.256. – Р.5361–5364.

12. G.I. Dobryanskaya, V.P. Goncharik, L.I. Kozhara, Yu L. Zub, A. Dabrowski. Complex formation involving Hg2+ ions on the surface of the polysiloxane xerogels functionalized by 3-mercaptopropyl groups // Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry.- 2009-. - Vol. 35, N 4. - P. 264–271.

13. I.V. Melnyk, Y.L. Zub, E. Véron, D. Massiot, T. Cacciagarra, B. Alonso. Spray-dried mesoporous silica microspheres with adjustable textures and pore surfaces homogenously covered by accessible thiol functions // J. Mater. Chem. – 2008. – 18. – P.1368–1382.

14. Yu.L. Zub, I.V. Melnyk, M.G. White, B. Alonso. Structural features of surface layers of bifunctional polysiloxane xerogels containing 3-aminopropyl groups and 3-mercaptopropyl groups // Ads. Sci. Technol. – 2008. – V. 26, No ½. – P.119–133.

 

 

 
 
 

 

Відділ квантової хімії та хімічної фізики наносистем

 

 

Завідувач відділу

Лобанов Віктор Васильович

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У відділі працює 12 спеціалісти, серед них 1 доктор і 7 кандидатів наук. Співробітниками підрозділу опубліковано 2 монографії, 2 підручники для вищої школи, 266 наукових статей, захищено 1 докторську та 7 кандидатських дисертацій.

 

Напрямки досліджень

Моделювання сучасними методами квантової хімії:

– властивостей молекулярних форм діоксиду силіцію – фулереноподібних молекул та нанотрубок;

– механізму утворення оксидного шару при взаємодії молекулярного кисню або води з поверхнею кристалічного силіцію;

- взаємодії поверхні кремнезему з розчинами електролітів;

– фізико-хімічних характеристик упорядкованої системи локальних дефектів графеноподібних кластерів та вуглецевих нанотрубок (ВНТ);

– аномальної дифузії адсорбованих молекул на поверхні ізольованих наночастинок та в системах на їх основі;

– механізму утворення та властивостей квантових точок германію на поверхні Si(001).

Розробка методу побудови стехіометричних моделей мінімального розміру наночастинок бінарних сполук, що зберігають ознаки кристалічності та відтворюють симетрію елементарних комірок відповідних твердих тіл.

Структурна модифікація нанорозмірних багатошарових систем оптимізацією параметрів епітаксійного росту з метою розширення впливу міжзонних переходів на фоточутливість та фотоперетворення експерименталоно отриманих зразків.

Дослідження методами атомно-силової мікроскопії морфології епітаксійно вирощених ансамблів квантових точок германію на грані Si(001), їх електричних та оптичних властивостей.

 

Основні результати за останні роки

Розрахунки методом функціоналу густини (B3LYP, 6-31G**) засвідчили про залежність частоти, форми та інтенсивності нормальних коливань атомів, які входять до складу адсорбційних комплексів молекули кисню на гранях Si(111) і Si(100), від хімічного оточення, що дозволило, з використанням дослідних даних, ідентифікувати низку поверхневих структур, які приводять до утворення оксидного ізолюючого шару на поверхні кристалічного силіцію.

Систематичні дослідження просторової будови та електронної структури наносистем на основі діоксиду кремнію, а саме фулереноподібних молекул складу (SiO2)N та (SiO2)N(H2O)N/2 продемонстрували стабільність структур обох типів (рис. 1). Енергія зв’язку для повністю координованих молекул (SiO2)N знаходиться в інтервалі експериментально досяжних енергій і для молекули (SiO2)60 лежить на 0,38 еВ вище розрахованого значення енергії зв’язування для β‑кристобаліту та на 0,6 еВ нижче, ніж для w-кремнезему. Базуючись на цьому, показана можливість експериментального одержання згаданих структур.

 

Рис. 1. Рівноважна структура сфероподібних молекул діоксиду кремнію (SiО2)N2O)N/2.

Розрахунки методом функціоналу густини (B3LYP, 6-31G**) засвідчили, що основний електронний стан вуглецевих нанокластерів С54 – С216 ідеальної гексагональної форми не синглетний, а відповідає вищим мультиплетам. Їхня рівноважна просторова будова така, що кон’югована система зовнішнього циклічного ланцюга становить відносно самостійну систему, яка слабко спряжена з центральною частиною кластера. Розподіл молекулярного електростатичного потенціалу для основного електронного стану розглянутих кластерів має значну анізотропію.Для спектра одноелектронних рівнів енергії характерно те, що деякі МО, розподілені по зв’язкам зовнішнього циклічного ланцюга, залишаються вакантними, хоча відповідні їм енергії виявляються нижчими енергії фрон-тальних зайнятих МО. Магнітний момент кластерів, які мають лише зиґзаґоподібні краї, визначається наявністю в них двокоординованих атомів вуглецю із сильно локалізованими на них електронними станами.

Розрахунки енергій з використанням рівноважної просторової структури конфігурацій, утворених при взаємному обміні атомів германію поверхневого димера =Ge–Ge= з атомами кремнію поверхневих димерів =Si–Si= грані Si(001) показали, що вони незначно відрізняються від вихідної конфігурації з чистим германієвим димером. Це служить непрямим доказом можливості дифузійного впровадження адсорбованих атомів германію у кремнієву підкладинку з одночасним виходом із неї атомів Si і утворенням змішаних поверхневих =Si–Ge= димерів.

Теоретичне відтворення зсувів ліній рентгенофотоелектронних спектрів адсорбційних комплексів в залежності від розміщення атомів Ge відносно поверхні дозволило пояснити великі енергії утворення структур Ge•Si(001), 2Ge•Si(001) та Ge2•Si(001).

Методом DFT, B3LYP, 6-31G** з’ясовано, що взаємодія диметилкарбонату (ДМК) з поверхнею кремнезему відбувається через утворення шестичленного циклічного перехідного стану із розривом силоксанового зв’язку та збільшення кількості прищеплених до поверхні метоксильних груп. Взаємодія молекули ДМК відбувається з меншим енергетичним ефектом при участі у реакції атомів кремнію, які оточені більшою кількістю силіцій-кисневих тетраедрів. Наступна атака молекули DMC відбувається на атом кремнію, що знаходиться поряд із атомом кремнію, до якого прищеплена метоксильна група.

На основі проведених розрахунків встановлено, що в сильно кислому середовищі на поверхні кремнезему ймовірне утворення катіонної форми силанольної групи за рахунок перенесення протона від іона гідроксонію до атома кисню силанольної групи. Константа депротонування катіонної форми силанольної групи залежить від природи аніона і зростає за абсолютною величиною при збільшенні його радіуса. Розглянуті моделі дають змогу розрахувати значення точки нульового заряду поверхні кремнезему, що відповідає експериментально отриманим значенням.

Розрахунки з використанням розроблених моделей гідратованих лужних сполук для молекулярного та іонного станів за участю молекул води та силанольних груп поверхні кремнезему засвідчили про, можливість депротонування силанольної групи. Обчислені величини зміни вільної енергії Гіббса використано для визначення констант іонного обміну, які збільшуються в ряду Li < Na < K, що корелює з експериментальними величинами адсорбції.

Визначено точкові групи симетрії мінімальних моделей стехіометричних наночастинок бінарних неорганічних сполук АВ, АВm та АmВm. Запропоновано класифікацію наночастинок щільноупакованих, каркасних, шаруватих, ланцюгових та острівних твердих тіл, які зберігають ознаки кристалічності і належать до неповно-, повно-, та гіпервалентних структур, за просторовою будовою, структурним та структурно-валентним типом. Виконано аналіз можливості застосування методів квантової хімії для передбачення структурної стабільності молекулярних моделей твердих тіл.

В структурах з нанокластерами (НК) Ge, які вирощені на шарі оксиду кремнію при низьких температурах, встановлено існування двох оптично індукованих усталених станів з більш високими і більш низькими значеннями поверхневої провідності, в порівнянні з рівноважним станом. Результат фотоіндукованих змін залежить від енергії фотонів із-за різних типів електронних переходів, які мають місце в Ge-НК/SiO2/Si структурах. Залишкова фотопровідность спостерігається після збудження електрон-діркових пар в Si(001) підкладинки при міжзонному поглинанні в Si (рис. 2).

Рис. 2. Спектри латеральної фотопровідності при 50 К: гетероструктур з НК Ge на поверхні SiOx (крива 1); структури з НК Ge, модифікованої осадженням Si (крива 2); структури з шаром Si товщиною 25 нм осадженим на верхній частині НК Ge (крива 3).

 

Доведено, що надлишкова провідність обумовлена просторовим розділенням носіїв струму макроскопічними полями в збідненому приповерхневому шарі Si. Міжзонні переходи в НК Ge створюють локалізовані дірки безпосередньо в Ge, що призводить до оптично індукованого просторового перерозподілу захоплених позитивних зарядів між рівнями міжфазної границі SiO2/Si і локалізованих станів НК Ge, які підвищують зміну електростатичного потенціалу в підкладинці Si і, отже, зменшення поверхневої провідності при стаціонарному фотозбудженні. Отримані результати показують, що дірка захоплена на НК Ge і міжфазними станами, має значний вплив на поверхневий транспорт в структурах Ge-НК/SiO2/Si. Встановлена можливість оптичного контролю перемикання між різними режимами системи провідності, яка може бути використана для конструкції пристроїв оптичної пам'яті (рис. 3).

 

Рис. 3. Зонна діаграма структури Ge-НК/SiO2/Si. Стрілками показані міжзонні електронні переходи в с-Si і НК Ge (а); коливання електростатичного заряду в площині поверхні р-Si підкладинки (б).

 

 

Співробітники відділу

Лобанов Віктор Васильович, доктор хімічних наук,

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3. V. Lysenko, S. Kondratenko, Ye. Melnichuk, V. Lobanov, M. Terebinska, Yu. Kozyrev. Photoelectric properties of Si/Ge heterostructures with nanoscale objects // (Proceedings) International conference Advanced materials and technologies. - (21-23 October 2015, Tbilisi, Georgia). - P. 143-147.

4. A.A. Kravchenko, V.S. Kuts, M.D. Tsapko, T.V. Krupskaya, V.V. Turov. Mechanisms of the hydration of A-300 aerosol with adsorbed chlorides of alkali metals in an organic medium // Russ. J. Phys. Chem. A. – 2015. - V. 89, N 5. – P.786–792.

5. O.V. Filonenko, V.S. Kuts, M.I. Terebinska, V.V. Lobanov. Quantumchemical calculation of 29Si NMR spectrum of silicon dioxide fullerene-like molecules // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. - 2015. - V. 6., N 2. - P. 263-268.

6. E. Demianenko, M. Ilchenko, A. Grebenyuk, V. Lobanov, O. Tsendra. A theoretical study on ascorbic acid dissociation in water clusters // J. Molec. Modeling. – 2014. – V. 20, N 3. - P.2128(1-8).

7. O. Tsendra, A.Michalkova Scott, L. Gorb, A.D. Boese, F. Hill, M. Ilchenko, D. Lesz-czynska, J. Leszczynski. Adsorption of nitrogen-containing compounds on the (100) α-quartz surface: Ab initio cluster approach // J. Phys. Chem. C – 2014. – V. 118, N6. – P. 3023–3034.

8. М.І. Теребінська. Частоти нормальних коливань адсорбційних комплексів молекулярного кисню на грані Si(111), розраховані в кластерному наближенні // Фізика і хімія твердого тіла. – Т. 15, № 2, 2014. – С. 258 – 263.

9. V.P. Shkilev. Comment on “Anomalous versus Slowed-Down Brownian Diffusion in the Ligand-Binding Equilibrium” // Biophys. J. – 2014. – V.106, N11. - 2541–2543.

10. A.A. Mykytiuk, S.V.Kondratenko, V.S. Lysenko, Yu.N. Kozyrev Photocurrent spectroscopy of Ge nanoclusters grown on oxidized silicon surface // Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. – 2014. – Vol. 9126: Nanophotonics. – P. 212-216.

11. E.M. Demianenko, A.G. Grebenyuk, V.V. Lobanov, V.A. Tertykh, I.S. Protsak, Yu.M. Bolbukh, R.B. Kozakevych. Quantum chemical study on interaction of dimethyl carbonate with polydimethylsiloxane // Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні. – 2014. – Т. 5, № 5. – С.473-479.

 

Department of Biomedical Problems of Surface

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Head of Department

Turov Volodymyr V.

Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry),Professor

 

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Department staff is 18 co-workers including 3DSc, 10 PhDs, and 2 PhD students. From 1986, the Department researchers have published 5 books, individual chapters in 11 collective monographs, 350 scientific papers, and obtained 18 patents for invention; 2 doctor and 10 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Study of regularities of substance self-organization in the limited space of pores of adsorbents and biological structures of cellular or subcellular nature; surface influence on the parameters of phase transitions involving water and van der Waals liquids; nature of the biological activity of nanosized oxides; development of bio-mineral highly biocompatible composite systems and specific to certain types of drugs. The practical direction of work is aimed to create a new generation of entherosorbents and dietary supplements with a strong antioxidant and immunomodulating activity for treatment the toxicosis of various etiologies; composite systems for the parodontal disease treatment; remedies for stimulation of reproductive cell vital processes; mixtures to protect and stimulate the plant growth.

 

Main results for the recent years

It is found the possibility to display quantum effects at the substance adsorption in nanosized pores that are observed due to the presence of adsorption potential minimum not only near pore walls, but also in their middle part. It is shown that for water minimum in the middle of interplane gap has a lower energy, but its occupancy at T> 280 K is small and increases only with temperature decreasing. Accordingly, place of molecule localization in the pore space varies with temperature. At the presence of several adsorbates, these effects are the basis in the formation of supramolecular self-assembled water-organic structures in the pores of solids and weakly hydrated biological objects.

Shown, that the structure of interfacial water clusters is defined by medium. When exposed to air only clusters of strongly associated water with structure similar to liquid water structure are formed. In nonpolar liquids (CCl4, decane) a certain amount of organic phase may be dissolved in these clusters at the simultaneous formation of van der Waals clusters that dissolve a certain water amount. The effect increases with increasing of temperature and medium polarity. So in CDCl3 concentrations of both cluster types are comparable. With the introduction of polar substance (CD3CN, (CD3)2SO) a third type of clusters enriched with water and polar component is formed. Cluster water forms easily dissolve hydrophobic and hydrophilic organic compouds, but almost not dissolve mineral acids (HCl, H2O2, H3PO4, H3PO3), which can be released from solution in the form of individual substances.

It was found general regularities of changes in the spectral, protolytic, structural, solubility and adsorption properties of herbal flavonoids (quercetin and rutin) in the presence of cationic surfactants (decametoxine and miramistin) in solution and on the nanosilica surface. New stomatological paste composed of flavonoid, antiseptic surfactant miramistin or decametoxine and fumed silica was formulated. As a result of physico-chemical researches optimal conditions and component ratio to form supramolecular compounds of flavonoid with surfactant in the presence of silica were found. Clinical trials have shown higher efficacy of the three-component paste for parodont treatment in comparison with medicines containing only antiseptic and adsorbent.

Nanocomposites which include metal oxides immobilized on the nanoparticles of fumed silica were developed and their effect on biological systems of plant origin was studied. As a result of biometric testing of aqueous system activity of nanocomposites MxOy/SiO2, (M = Ni, Mg, Mn, Cu, Zn) during germination of wheat seeds it was found that metal nanocomposites primarily affect the formation of plant roots, particularly their root number and total weight.

A remedy for fixing completely removable dental prostheses based on the system: natural polysaccharide-silica-flavonoid-cationic surfactant was developed. Pharmacological and clinical studies have shown that this tool provides long fixative effect and prevents the appearance of relapse of traumatic prosthetic stomatitis.

Found that silica surface modification with protein BSA or oligosaccharides (sucrose, raffinose) promotes further immobilization of amine containing carbohydrates – N-acetyl-D-glucosamine, D-galactosamine and N-acetylneuraminic acid. Determined that the presence of the protein in such nanocomposites reduces their biological activity by stabilizing the structure of modifier molecules on the silica surface. It is shown that nanocomposite (silica/sucrose), unlike silica, largely capable to adsorption interaction with fructose of semen plasma of unfrozen bull gametes, which is the main energy substance that provides movement of these cells. This suggests that its activation in the presence of nanocomposite is possible due to the formation of complex silica/sucrose/fructose too.

It is developed the formulation of a new generation of dietary supplements "Fitosyl" which contains fumed silica and dispersed powders of medicinal plants. Results of clinical trials have shown that dietary supplements "Fitosyl" suitable for health-care food, particularly for chronic diseases of the respiratory, digestive, liver, gall bladder, gastrointestinal tract, cardiovascular system, at parasitic and helminth infestation, allergies, poisonings, etc.

The method of low-temperature 1H NMR spectroscopy revealed that on the interfaces of fumed silica A-300, modified by adsorption of vitreous components, in organic media of different polarity clusters of strongly and weakly associated water are formed. By means of variation of the organic medium composition the state of water at silicacontact with nanosized areas of the intestinal mucosa with various hydrophobic-hydrophilic properties can be modeled.

 

Department staff

TurovVolodymyr V., DSc, Head of Department,

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Bаresh Oleksandr M., leading engineer,

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Barvinchenko Valentina M., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Fedyanina Tetyana V., PhD, Researche Associate,

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Gerashchenko Igir I., DSc, Leading Researcher,

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Golovan Alina P., PhD,  Researcher Associate,

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Klimenko Natalia Yu., PhD,  Researcher Associate,

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Krupska Tetyana V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Lipkovska Natalia O., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Novikova Olena A., leading engineer,

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Nechipor Oksana V., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Postrelko Valentin M., DSc, Senior Researcher,

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Rugal Anna O., PhD, Research Associate,

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Sedukina Tetyana S., technician,

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Siora Iryna V., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Turanska Svitlana P., PhD, Research Associate,

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Postgraduate students

Filatova Kateryna O., tel.: + 38 (044) 422 96 91

Stepanuk Kateryna O., tel.: + 38 (044) 424 94 52;

 

Recent publications

1. V.M. Gun’ko, L.P. Morozova, A.A. Turova, A.V. Turov, V.E. Gaishun, V.M. Bogatyrev , V.V. Turov. Hydrated phosphorus oxyacids alone and adsorbed on nanosilica. // J. Colloid Interface Sci. – 2012. – V.368. – P.263–272.

2. S.V. Mikhalovsky, V.M. Gun’ko, V.A. Bershtein, V.V. Turov, L.M. Egorova, Claudine Morvan, L.I. Mikhalovska. A comparative study of air-dry and water swollen flax and cotton fibres. // RSC Adv. – 2012. – P.1–7.

3. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, A.V. Turov. Hydrogen peroxide-water mixture bound to nanostructured silica // Chemical Physics Letters. – 2012. – V.531. – P.132–137.

4. S.P. Turanska, A.N. Kaminskiy, N.V. Kusyak, V.V. Turov, P.P. Gorbyk. Synthesis, properties and applications of magnetically controlled adsorbents. // Sb. Poverhnost. - 2012. - Is. 4 (19) - P.266–292. (in Russian).

5. I.I. Gerashchenko, А.І. Markina, E.М. Pakhlov, V.F. Gorchev. Comparison of the structural-adsorption characteristics of preparations of kaolin and dioctahedron smectite dioktaedrychnoho // Farmacevticheskiy. zhurnal. - 2012. - № 3.-P.58-64 (in Russian).

6. N.P. Galagan, V.M. Gun'ko, N.G. Porkhun, E.A. Novikov, V.V. Turov. Effect of dispersion of nanosilicas on their bioactivity in relation to bull gametes. // Dopovidi NAN Ukrainy. - 2012. - № 5. - P. 126-133 (in Russian).

7. V.V. Turov, V.M. Gun’ko, O.P. Kozinchenko, S.R. Tennison, S.V. Mikhalovsky. Effect of temperature and a weakly polar organic medium on water localization in slit-like pores of various sizes in microporous activated carbon // Physical chemistry of surface phenomena. – 2011. – V.85, N 11. – P.1954–1959.

8. T.V. Kulik, V.N. Barvinchenko, B.B. Palyanytsya, N.A. Lipkovska, O.O.Dudik. Thermal transformations of biologically active derivatives of cinnamic acid by TPD MS investigation // J. Anal. Appl. Pyrolysis. - 2011. - V.90. - P.219–223.

9. V.V. Turov, V.F. Chehun, V.N. Barvinchenko, T.V. Krupska, Yu.I. Prylutskyy, P. Scharff, U. Ritter. Low-temperature 1H-NMR spectroscopic study of doxorubicin influence on the hydrated properties of nanosilica modified by DNA // J. Mater Sci: Mater Med. – 2011. – V. 22. – P.525–532.

10. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, O.P. Kozinchenko, V.G. Nikolaev, S.R. Tennison, S.T. Meikle, E.A. Snezhkova, F. Ehrburger-Dolle, I. Morfin, D.O. Klymchuk, S.V. Mikhalovsky Activation and structural and adsorption features of activated carbons with highly developed micro-, meso- and macroporosity // Springer: Adsorption. – 2011. – V.17. – P.453–460.

11. E.V. Yuhmenko, V.D. Yukhimenko, V.M. Bogatyrev, V.V. Turov. Nanosilicas as active agents in protective-stimulation compositions for presowing treatment of seeds of agricultural cultures// Nanomaterials and nanocomposites in medicine, biology, ecology / Eds. A.P. Shpak, V.F. Chekhun. - Kiev: Naukova Dumka.- 2011.- P.402-421 (in Russian).

12. I.I. Gerashchenko, А.І. Markina, V.V. Turov. The structure of bound water in the vitreous body according to 1H NMR spectroscopy. // Med. Khimia. – 2011. – V.13, 2(47). – P. 102 – 106 (in Russian).

13. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, V.M. Bogatyrev, Petin A.Y., Turov A.V., Trachevskyi V.V., Blitz J.P. The influence of pre-adsorbed water on adsorption of methane on fumed and nanoporous silicas. // Appl. Surf. Sci. – 2011. – P.1306–1316.

14. V.V. Turov, V.M. Gun’ko, A.A. Turova, L.P. Morozova, E.F. Voronin. Interfacial behavior of concentrated HCl solution and water clustered at a surface of nanosilica in weakly polar solvents media // Colloids Surf. A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. – 2011. – P.48–55.

15. V.V. Turov, V.N. Barvinchenko, T.V. Krupska, V.M. Gun’ko, V.F. Chekhun. Hydration properties of a composite material based on highly dispersed silica and DNA // Biotehnologiya. – 2011. – V. 4, № 4. – P. 34 – 49 (in Russian).

16. N.P. Galagan, N.Yu. Klimenko, I.L. Orel, E.A. Novikova, V.V. Turov. Bifunctional nanomaterials based on highly dispersed silica, protein and aminocarbohydrates // Biopolim. i kletka.- 2010, – V.26, №3, – P. 1 – 10 (in Russian).

17. A.P. Golovan, А.А. Rugal, V.M. Gun’ko, V.N. Barvinchenko, J. Skubiszewska-Zieba, R. Leboda, T.V. Krupskaya, V.V. Turov. Modeling of bone tissue by nanocomposite systems based on hydroxyapatite - albumin - gelatin and their properties // Sb. Poverhnost.- 2010. – Is. 17 (2). - P.244 – 265 (in Russian).

18. N.O. Lipkovska, V.M. Barvinchenko, N.F. Kosachevska. Chemical and pharmaceutical research fitokompozytu based on medicinal plants and nanokremnezemu // Sb. Poverhnost. - 2010. – Iss. 17 (2) - P.322 – 330 (in Russian).

19. V.V. Turov, V.M. Gun’ko, K.N. Khomenko, A.Yu. Petin, A.V. Turov, P.P. Gorbik. Hydrogen Adsorption on Silicate in the Presence of Water and Benzene // Russ. J. Phys. Chem. A. – 2010. – V.84, N1. – Р.70–75.

20. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, V.N. Barvinchenko, A.A. Turova, A.A. Rugal, V.I. Zarko, R. Leboda. Nonuniformity of starch/nanosilica composites and interfacial behaviour of water and organic compounds // Appl. Surf. Sci. – 2010. – V.256, N12. – Р. 5275–5280.

21. Entherosorption in complex treatment of acute surgical diseases of the abdominal cavity // Eds. A.A. Viltsanyuk, I.I. Gerashchenko. - Vinnitsa-Kiev-Kharkov: Oma-Pak, 2009. – 128 p. (in Russian).

 

 

Department of Amorphous and Structurally Ordered Oxides

 gunk

 

Head of Department

Gun’ko Volodymyr M.

Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry),

Professor

 

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Department staff is 12 co-workers including 2 DSc, 7 PhDs and 1 PhD student.  From 1986, the Department researchers have published 4 books, 33 chapters in collective books, 35 review articles and more than 700 original papers, and obtained 36 patents of Ukraine, Russia, USA, Germany, and USSR; 2 DSc and 11 PhD theses were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Synthesis of novel oxide, composite, bionanocomposite materials, and surface functionalization; determination of morphological, textural and adsorption characteristics of disperse and porous sorbents; analysis of properties of nanocomposites and aqueous dispersions of oxides, adsorption of low- and high-molecular compounds. Materials have been studied using FTIR, dielectric relaxation spectroscopy, thermally stimulated depolarization current (TSDC), TPD-MS, adsorption, AFM, SEM, TEM, QELS, DSC, SAXS, rheology, NMR, TG/DTA, NMR-, TSDC-, DSC-cryoporometry, NMR-relaxometry, TG-thermoporometry, quantum chemistry, theory of adsorption and reaction mechanisms, development of computer methods to analyze various experimental data.

 

Main results for the recent years

The influence of complex oxides structure on their adsorption and catalytic properties was determined, as well as photodestruction and pyrolysis of organics at their surfaces. Ideas on structural hierarchy of nanooxides were developed. Changes in the oxide structure due to the synthesis effects or the influence of mechanical or thermal activation, media and sorbates were elucidated. The influence of the morphology and chemical structure of complex nanooxides was analyzed with respect to the behavior of the colloidal systems. The mechanisms of reactions of organosilicon compounds (OSC) with a surface of silicas in gaseous and liquid media were analyzed with consideration of different solvent effects. The influence of the surface modification of silicas by OSC on the characteristics of the suspensions was studied depending on the modifier content and reaction conditions. The models of water adsorbed onto a surface of silica, mixed oxides, carbon-mineral adsorbents, polymers, etc. were developed using the experimental and theoretical methods. Cryoporometry methods based on the data of TSDC, DSC, NMR, as well as NMR-relaxometry and thermoporometry based on TG were used to study soft (biomaterials and bioobjects) and solid (oxides, carbons, composites) materials in weakly and strongly hydrated states. Comprehensive investigations of alumina, silica, titania, zirconia, germania, and complex oxides allowed to establish certain regularities of the “structure – property” types related to the pH dependence of the EDL structure, Debye screening length, particle size distributions, adsorption of small molecules and ions or polymers, catalytic destruction of adsorbed organics, dipolar and ionic relaxation of structured water and adsorbed polymers, etc. The methodology of calculations of the pore size distributions using complex pore models was developed for individual, complex and hybrid adsorbents. To solve coupled integral equations, the self-consistent regularization method with maximum entropy method was developed and implemented in investigations of texturally and chemically complex materials using adsorption, SAXS, XRD, SEM, AFM, and TEM methods. The structure of adsorption complexes of biomolecules and adsorbed layer of biopolymers at a surface of different oxides, the mechanisms of adsorption and reactions were analyzed in detail using a set of experimental methods. Features of surface reactions with participation of vitamins, carbohydrates, glycosides, coumarins, flavonoids, chitosan, dextran, etc. were established for different oxides. A significant portion of the results was obtained in collaboration with colleagues from Universities from Lublin (Poland), Illinois, Cincinnati, New York, and Akron (USA), Brighton and Cardiff (UK), Athens (Greece), Nancy (France), Queensland (Australia), Stockholm (Sweden), Hangzhou (China), Kyiv and several Institutions from NAS of Ukraine. Department co-workers have participated in two 7FP projects, 3 STCU, several bilateral projects with Poland and China, NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme project “A novel nanoparticle based real-time sensor for B. anthracis and M. tuberculosis” G5798 (2021-2023) with teams from Cardiff University, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Puglia e della Basilicata (Italy), and tree teams from Ukraine.

 

Department staff

Gun’ko Volodymyr M., DSc, Head of Department, tel.: + 38 (044) 422 96 27

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Andriyko Lyudmyla S., PhD, Senior Research,

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Dikhtyaruk Eugen V., Leading Engineer (0.5), PhD stud.,

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Golovkova Lyudmyla P., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Goncharuk Olena V., DSc, Senior Researcher,

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Guzenko Natalia V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Kazakova Olga O., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Matkovskyi Oleksandr K., PhD, Research Associate,

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Nosach Lyudmyla V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Nychiporuk Yuriy M., Junior Researcher,

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Paentko Viktoria V., Junior Researcher,

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Pakhlov Evgeniy M., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Recent publications

1. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Interfacial Phenomena. - Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2013. - 1040 p.

2. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, V.I. Zarko, O.V. Goncharuk, E.M. Pakhlov, J. Skubiszewska-Zięba, J.P. Blitz. Interfacial phenomena at a surface of individual and complex fumed nanooxides // Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. – 2016. – V. 235. - P. 108–189.

3. V.M. Gun’ko, E.M. Pakhlov, O.V. Goncharuk, L.S. Andriyko, A.I. Marynin, A.I. Ukrainets, B. Charmas, J. Skubiszewska-Zięba, J.P. Blitz. Influence of hydrophobization of fumed oxides on interactions with polar and nonpolar adsorbates // Appl. Surf. Sci. – 2017. – V. 423. – P. 855–868.

4. V.M. Gun'ko, V.V. Turov, T.V. Krupska, E.M. Pakhlov. Behavior of water and methane bound to hydrophilic and hydrophobic nanosilicas and their mixture // Chem. Phys. Lett. – 2017. – V. 690. – P. 25–30.

5. V.M. Gun'ko, I. Savina, S.V. Mikhalovsky. Properties of water bound in hydrogels // Gels. – 2017. – V. 3(37). – P. 1-30.

6. V.M. Gun’ko, T.V. Krupska, L.S. Andriyko, N.Yu. Klymenko, I.V. Siora, O.A. Novikova, A.I. Marynin, A.I. Ukrainets, B. Charmas, S.B. Shekhunova, V.V. Turov. Bonding of doxorubicin to nanosilica and human serum albumin in various media // J. Colloid Interface Sci. – 2018. – V. 513. - P. 809–819.

7. V.M. Gun’ko, E.M. Pakhlov, O.V. Goncharuk, L.S. Andriyko, Yu.M. Nychiporuk, D.Yu. Balakin, D. Sternik, A. Derylo-Marczewska. Nanosilica modified by polydimethylsiloxane depolymerized and chemically bound to nanoparticles or physically bound to unmodified or modified surfaces: Structure and interfacial phenomena // J. Colloid Interface Sci. - 2018. – V. 529. P. 273–282.

8. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, E.M. Pakhlov, T.V. Krupska, B. Charmas. Effect of water content on the characteristics of hydro-compacted nanosilica // Applied Surface Science. – 2018. – V. 459. – P. 171–178.

9. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, E.M. Pakhlov, A.K. Matkovsky, T.V. Krupska, M.T. Kartel, B. Charmas. Blends of amorphous/crystalline nanoalumina and hydrophobic amorphous nanosilica // Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. – 2018. – V. 500. – P. 351–358.

10. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, E.M. Pakhlov, T.V. Krupska, M.V. Borysenko, M.T. Kartel, B. Charmas. Water interactions with hydrophobic versus hydrophilic nanosilica // Langmuir. – 2018. V. 34. – P. 12145-12153.

11. V.M. Gun’ko, V.V. Turov, T.V. Krupska, I.S. Protsak, M.V. Borysenko, E.M. Pakhlov. Polymethylsiloxane alone and in composition with nanosilica under various conditions // J. Colloid Interface Sci. – 2019. – V. 541. – P. 213–225.

12. V.M. Gun'ko, V.V. Turov, O.V. Goncharuk, E.M. Pakhlov, O.K. Matkovsky. Interfacial phenomena at a surface of individual and complex fumed nanooxides // Surface. – 2019. – V. 11 (26). – P. 3-269.

13. V.M. Gun’ko. Atomic charge distribution functions as a tool to analyze electronic structure of molecular and cluster systems // International Journal of Quantum Chemistry. – 2021. – V. 121(14). - e26665.

14. V.M. Gun’ko. Polymer adsorbents vs. functionalized oxides and carbons: particulate morphology and textural and surface characterization // Polymers. – 2021. – V. 13. – 1249.

15. V.M. Gun’ko. Morphological and textural features of various materials composed of porous or nonporous nanoparticles differently packed in secondary structures // Applied Surface Science. – 2021. – V. 569. – 151117 (1-8).

 

 

Department of Nanomaterials

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Head of Department

Gorbyk Petro P.

Doctor of Sciences (Physics & Mathematics)

Professor

 

 

Telephone: + 380 44 424-12-35

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Department staff is 17 co-workers including 2 DSc and 9 PhDs. The Department includes Laboratory of Electrophysics of Nanomaterials (Head of Lab. PhD in Phys.& Math. S.M. Mahno). From 1986, the Department researchers have published 9 books, over 400 scientific papers, series of review articles, 4 books for students, and obtained 45 patents for invention, developed the technological regulations for production of "Magnetite U" substance; 2 doctor and 12 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Fundamental properties of nanosized solid-state nonequilibrium-condensed, structural-heterogeneous, cluster-collected, correlated multicomponent systems, in particular, on the basis of active dielectrics, semiconductors, high temperature superconductors, substances with phase transitions of semiconductor-metal and dielectric-superionic types, polymers, their interactions with electromagnetic radiation and other physical fields; nanoengineering processes of directed near-surface layering, surface assembling and molecular designing in the hierarchically structured multilevel nanosystems and multifunctional nanocomposites perspective for the use in electronics, medicine, biology etc.

 

Main results for the recent years

The development of the methodology of obtaining new electronic materials, the formation of a set of modern nanostructure technologies, the experimental determination and study of mechanisms that govern new physical phenomena and effects in nanostructured systems. In particular, the main results are as follows: the optimization methods for photosensitive heterostructures on the basis of A2B6 compounds and their solid solutions have been scientifically substantiated; the mechanisms of phase and structural transformations in the synthesis of high-temperature superconductors have been established and solubility and diffusion of impurities in HTSC have been studied;

the techniques for treatment of high-temperature superconductors by ultrasound, irradiation (neutrons, γ-rays) and electromagnetic (microwave) field have been developed; the low-dimensional oxide and chalcogenide piezoelectric structures have been synthesized and their emission and cathodoluminescence properties have been studied; the broad class of composite materials with specific functional properties including ones that absorb radio frequency electromagnetic radiation have been developed; the physical and chemical processes of assembling biocompatible and bioactive nanocomposites with multi-level hierarchical structures and their interactions with microbiological objects have been studied.

As a result of the researches a number of new specific physical and physical and chemical phenomena and effects have been discovered, new fundamental knowledge has been obtained and the corresponding models have been proposed. This knowledge and these models allow ones to deepen the insight into the follows: the phase transformations during the synthesis of high-temperature superconductors and the mass transfer processes in their bulk and along their surface; the properties of phase interfaces in semiconductor heterostructures; the effects of interfacial interactions on the phase transition characteristics in the solids with unstable lattices; the mechanisms of interactions between external physical fields and multicomponent matrix-disperse systems; the salient features of low-field cold emission form piezoelectric films; the structural-phase states in subsurface layers of pyrogenic nanocomposites of the SiO2 – TiO2 – Al2O3 system; the processes of modification of surface functionality with the aim to ensure the identification of cancer cells, viruses and other specific microbiological objects and to reverse their metabolism.

The practically important results include the development of the following processes and materials: the energy-efficient and environmentally safe process for industrial production of pyrogenic high-disperse oxides; the composite materials of polymer-disperse filler with the phase transitions of conductor-HTSC, semiconductor-metal or dielectric-superionic types; the radar absorbing materials with dynamically controlled electrophysical characteristics and technologically controlled coefficient of thermal expansion; the magnetosensitive biomedical nanocomposites with functions of nanorobots which are promising materials for use as magnet-guided drugs of chemo-, immuno- or radiotherapeutic and hyperthermic actions; and the medicines for decontamination of biological liquids in particular donor blood plasma from viruses.

From left to right (first row): Senior Researcher PhD (Phys.&Math.) M.V. Abramov, Leading Researcher DSc (Tech.) L.S. Semko, DSc (Phys.&Math.) Prof. P.P. Gorbyk, Research Associate A.L. Petranovska, Senior Researcher PhD (Chem.) I.V. Dubrovin;

(second row): technician L.O. Shmygirina, leading engineer A.M. Bagatska, Research Associate PhD (Phys.&Math.) O.M. Lisova, Research Associate PhD (Chem.) L.P. Storozhuk, Junior Researcher O.O. Sap’yanenko, leading engineer Z.G. Kirilyuk, Senior Researcher PhD (Chem.) L.S. Dzyubenko, Research Associate PhD (Phys.&Math.) G.N. Kashyn, leading engineer G.M. Gunya, Senior Researcher PhD (Phys.&Math.) S.M. Makhno.

 

Department staff

Gorbyk Petro P., DSc, Head of Department,

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Abramov Mykola V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Bagatska Anna M., leading engineer,

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Dubrovin Igor V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Dzyubenko Lidiya S., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Khutorniy Serhij V., leading engineer,

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Petranovska Alla L., Research Associate,

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Pokutnyi Sergij I., DSc, Leading Researcher,

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Pylypchuk Yevhenii V., PhD, Research Associate,

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Sap'yanenko Oleksandr O., Junior Researcher,

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Storozhuk Lyudmyla P., PhD, Research Associate,

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Laboratory of Electrophysics of Nanoobjects staff

Makhno Stanislav M., PhD, Head of Laboratory,

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Gunya Gryhorij M., leading engineer,

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Lisova Oksana M., PhD, Research Associate,

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Mazurenko Ruslana V., PhD, Research Associate,

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Prokopenko Sergij L., PhD,  Researcher Associate,

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Sirenko Elena G., Junior Researcher,

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Recent publications

  1. P.P. Gorbyk, A.L. Petranovska, M.P. Turelik, S.P. Turanska, O.A. Vasilieva, V.F. Chekhun, N.Y. Luk'yanova, A.P. Shpak, O.M. Korduban. Nanocapsule with nanorobot functions// Patent of Ukraine N 78448 from 25.03.2013.
  2. P.P. Gorbyk, A.L. Petranovska, M.P. Turelik, M.V. Abramov, O.A. Vasilieva. Magnetic liquid // Ukrainian Patent for useful model N 78448 from 25.03.2013.
  3. P.P. Gorbyk, A.L. Petranovska, M.P. Turelik, M.V. Abramov, O. Vasilieva. Production schedules on production of substance "Magnetite U" // Certificate N 46056 on TTR of 7.09.2012. (in Ukrainian).
  4. V.M. Mіschenko, P.P. Gorbyk, M.T. Cartel, M.V. Abramov, O. Vasilieva. Carbon magnetic sorbent // the Patent of Ukraine N 97557 from 27.02.2012.
  5. L.S. Dzubenko, O.O. Sapiyanenko, P.P. Gorbyk, V.M. Mіschenko, N.M. Rezanova, M.A. Tsebrenko, І.A. Miller, V.G. Rezanova. A method for producing fine-fiber filtered Fabric // Ukrainian Patent for useful model N 67423 IPC D 01 F 8/00 from 27.02 2012.
  6. L.S. Semko, P.P.Gorbyk, S.V. Khutornoi. A method for producing a magnetic laminate / / Patent of Ukraine N 20063 from 17.07.2012.
  7. I.M. Mudrak, L.P. Storozhuk, O.A. Spivak, N.V. Abramov, P.P. Gorbyk. Magnetic properties of colloidal systems with the particulate filler structure Fe3O4/AgI // Nanostrukturnoe Materialovedenie. - 2012. – N 3. - P.124 -129. (in Russian).
  8. P.P. Gorbyk, V.F. Chekhun Nanocomposites of medico biologic destination: reality and perspectives for oncology // Functional Materials. – 2012. – V. 19, N 2. – Р.145–156.
  9. L.S. Semko, S.V. Khutornoi, N.V. Abramov, P.P. Gorbyk. Synthesis, structure and properties of nanocomposites of Fe3O4/SiO2 with the developed external surface // Inorganic materials. – 2012. – T. 48, N 4. – P.443-450 (in Russian).
  10. P.P. Gorbyk, I.V. Dubrovin, Y. Demchenko, G.N. Kashin, A.A. Dadykin. The synthesis of nanostructures based on ZnO / / J. Appl. Chemistry. - 2011. - T. 84, N 3. - P.365 -368.
  11. R.V. Mazurenko, S.M. Makhno, V.M. Mіschenko, G.M. Gunja, P.P. Gorbyk. Electrophysical properties of polymeric nanocomposites on the basis of copper iodide // Methallophysics and the Latest Technology. – 20011. – T. 33, No. 12. – Page 1603-1611 (in Ukrainian).
  12. O.M. Garkusha, G.M. Bagatska, S.M. Makhno, P.P. Gorbyk. Influence of low-intensive electromagnetic radiation of millimetric range on processes of activity of Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast in the aggressive environment // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. – 2011. – V. 2, N 4. – P.464-498 (in Ukrainian).
  13. L.S. Semko, E.I. Kruchek, S.V. Khutornoi, P.P. Gorbyk. Magnetic gazosensornye systems based on polymers of nanocrystalline nickel and cobalt. // Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites in Medical, Biology, and Ecology. - Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 2011. - P.325 -344. (in Russian).
  14. L.S. Semko, O.I. Kruchek, L.P. Storozhuk, P.P. Gorbyk. Magnetooperated adsorbent on the basis of nanokristalichesky nickel // Metallophysics and the Latest Technology. - 2011. - V. 33, N 7. - P.985 -996 (in Ukrainian).
  15. L.S. Semko, L.P. Storozhuk, P.P. Gorbyk, E.I. Kruchek, N.V. Abramov. Receiving, structure and properties of adsorbents on the basis of magnetite and transitional metals // Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites in Medical, Biology, and Ecology. – Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 2011. - P.309 -324 (in Russian).
  16. P.P. Gorbyk, A.L. Petranovskaya, M.P. Turelik, N.V. Abramov, S.P. Turanska, E. Pilipchuk, V.F. Chekhun, N.Y. Lukyanov, A.P. Shpak, A.M. Korduban. Problem of the directed transport of medicines: condition and prospects // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. - 2011. -T. 2, N 4. - P.433 -441 (in Russian).
  17. V.M. Gunko, V.V. Turov, P.P. Gorbyk. Water on interphase border. - Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 2009. - 693 p. (in Russian).
  18. P.P. Gorbyk, І.V. Dubrovіn, J.O. Demchenko, M.M. Fіlonenko. Synthesis of hollow spherical silica nanoparticles dioxide // Nanosystems, Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology. - 2009. - V. 7, N 3. - P. 877-885 (in Ukrainian).
  19. І.M. Mudrak, R.V. Mazurenko, P.P. Gorbyk, L.S. Dzubenko, O.I. Oranska, V.V. Levandovsky. Receiving and properties of nanosized AgI // Nanosystems, Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology. - 2009. - T. 7, N 4 - P.1113 - 1119. (in Ukrainian).
  20. P.P. Gorbyk, A.A. Chuiko, M.V. Bakuntseva. Systems with the developed surface and phase transition the conductor – a high-temperature superconductor, the semiconductor metal, dielectric superionics. - Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 2003. - 402 p. (in Russian).

 

 

Department of Physico-chemistry of Carbon Materials

 


Завідувач відділу

Картель Микола Тимофійович,

академік НАН України,
доктор хімічних наук, професор

Телефон: + 380-44-423 80 58
Факс: + 380-44-424 35 67
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У відділі працює 26 спеціалістів, серед них 5 докторів, 11 кандидатів наук і 2 аспіранти. До складу відділу входять лабораторія електрохімії вуглецевих та неорганічних наноматеріалів (зав. лаб. д. х. н., проф. Тарасенко Ю.О.) та та лабораторія кінетики та механізмів хімічних перетворень на поверхні твердих тіл (зав. лаб. д.х.н. Кулик Т.В.). Співробітниками підрозділу опубліковано 1 книгу, 1 підручник, окремі глави в 5 колективних монографіях, понад 160 наукових статей, отримано 8 патентів на винаходи, захищено 1 кандидатську дисертацію.

 

Напрямки досліджень

Розробка фізико-хімічних основ та технології синтезу вуглецевих нанопористих сорбентів, аерогелів, нанотрубок та нановолокон.

Розробка методів модифікування вуглецевих матеріалів з метою створення нанесених каталітичних систем та подальшої іммобілізації біологічно активних лігандів, вивчення їх каталітичної та біоспецифічної активності.

Створення нанокомпозитів «полімер/вуглецевий матеріал» і дослідження їх фізико-хімічних, фізико-механічних та медико-біологічних властивостей.

Теоретичне і експериментальне дослідження та розробка технологій спрямованого формування sр2-нанокластерів як активних центрів вуглецевих сорбентів, каталізаторів, електродних матеріалів, наповнювачів та біологічно активних засобів впливу на клітинному рівні.

 

Основні результати за останні роки

Оптимізовано технології отримання нанопоруватих (мікро та мезопористих) вуглецевих сорбентів та іонообмінних матеріалів на основі рослинної і синтетичної сировини.

Запропоновано методи хімічного модифікування вуглецевих матеріалів введенням структурних гетероатомів та поверхневих функціональних груп.

Відпрацьовано методи створення супрамолекулярних структур шляхом іммобілізації біологічно активних сполук на поверхні вуглецевих матеріалів.

Розроблено наукові засади одержання терморозширеного графіту та каталітичного CVD-синтезу вуглецевих нанотрубок з насичених, ненасичених і ароматичних вуглеводнів.

Створено нові класи нанокомпозитів «полімер/вуглецевий наноматеріал», здійснюється всебічне вивчення їх фізико-механічних і фізико-хімічних властивостей, біосумісність і біофункціональна здатність та пошук можливостей практичного використання.

Досліджено каталітичну (ензимоподібну) здатність вуглецевих наноматеріалів, їх специфічну сорбційну активність відносно фізіологічно активних речовин і метаболітів в моделях, що імітують біологічні середовища.

Вперше в Україні на НВП ТОВ «ТМСпецмаш» впроваджено повний технологічний цикл одержання терморозширеного графіту, виробів на його основі, зокрема фольги та ущільнюючих матеріалів, а також сорбенту для концентрування нафти і нафтопродуктів.

Створено пілотну установку синтеза вуглецевих нанотрубок і нановолокон в дослідно-промисловому масштабі (до 1,5 кг/день), яка включає інфраструктурне забезпечення газоподібними вуглеводнями, приготування та механохімічну активацію каталізатора.

Створено нові композити на основі медичних полімерів (фторопласт, поліпропілен тощо), армованих вуглецевими нанотрубками, що суттєво відрізняються від існуючих аналогів, які використовуються як протезні та шовні матеріали, поліпшеними експлуатаційними характеристиками та кращою біосумісністю.

На базі створених поліфункціональних вуглецевих наноматеріалів запропоновано мініатюризовані пристрої для здійснення експериментів з сорбційних або біосорбційних технологій з біологічними рідинами в екстремальних режимах (польові умови, гермооб’єкти, умови космічного польоту тощо).

 

Співробітники відділу

Картель Микола Тимофійович, академік НАН України, завідувач відділу

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Бакалінська Ольга Миколаївна, кандидат хімічних наук, старший науковий

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Бричка Алла Василівна, кандидат хімічних наук, науковий співробітник

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Войтко Катерина Василівна, кандидат хімічних наук, старший науковий

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Семенцов Юрій Іванович, доктор фізико-математичних наук,

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Ушакова Людмила Миколаївна, кандидат хімічних наук, науковий співробітник,

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Аспірант

Чернюк Оксана Анатоліївна, тел.:+380-44 424-71-52; e-mail:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Гребельна Юлія Валеріївна, тел.:+380-44 424-71-52

 

Співробітники лабораторії електрохімії вуглецевих та неорганічних наноматеріалів

Тарасенко Юрій Олександрович, доктор хімічних наук,

провідний науковий співробітник,

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Журавський Сергій Вікторович, кандидат хімічних наук, молодший науковий співробітник

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Каленюк Ганна Олексіївна, молодший науковий співробітник

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Кононенко Валентина Яківна, інженер,

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Куксенко Сергій Петрович, доктор хімічних наук, старший науковий

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Куць Володимир Сергійович, кандидат фізико-математичних наук,

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Шевчук Олена Миколаївна, провідний інженер,

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Чернюк Оксана Анатоліївна, провідний інженер,

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Співробітники лабораторії кінетики та механізмів хімічних перетворень на

поверхні твердих тіл

Кулик Тетяна Володимирівна, доктор хімічних наук, завідувач лабораторії,

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Азізова Ліана Решитівна, кандидат хімічних наук, молодший науковий співробітник,

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Галиш Віта Василівна, кандидат хімічних наук, науковий

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Настасієнко Наталія Сергіївна, кандидат хімічних наук, старший науковий співробітник,

тел.: + 380-44 422-96-76

Ніколайчук Аліна Анатоліївна, кандидат хімічних наук, науковий співробітник

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Паляниця Борис Борисович, науковий співробітник,

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Терець Марія Іванівна, кандидат хімічних наук, науковий співробітник,

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Трофименко Світлана Іванівна, молодший науковий співробітник.

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Публікації останніх років

1. S.V. Zhuravsky, M.T. Kartel, Yu.O. Tarasenko, S. Villar-Rodil, G. Dobos, A. Toth, J. Tuscon, K. Laszlo. N-containing carbons from styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer by urea treatment // Appl. Surf. Sci. – 2012. –V.258, N7. – P.2410–2415.

2. Е.А. Ковальская, Н.Т. Картель, Г.П. Приходько, Ю.И. Семенцов. Физико-химические основы методов очистки углеродных нанотрубок (обзор) // Химия, физика и технология поверхности. – 2012. – Т.3, №1. – С.20–44.

3. Є.О. Ковальська, Ю.І. Семенцов, М.Т. Картель, Г.П. Приходько. Синтез каталізаторів росту вуглецевих нанотрубок та тестування їхньої ефективності // Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні. – 2012. – Т.3, №3. – С.335–340.

4. Н.Т. Картель, Л.В. Иванов, О.А. Нардид, Я.О. Черкашина, А.В. Козлов, С.В. Репина. Оценка действия углеродных нанотрубок на митохондриальную активность клеток тканей различных органов методом спиновых зондов // Доповіді НАН України. – 2012. – №3. – С.138–144.

5. К.В. Войтко, О.М. Бакалінська, Д.Б. Наседкін, Б.Б. Паляниця, Ю.В. Плюто, М.Т. Картель . Уреазоподібні властивості нанорозмірних вуглецевих матеріалів // Наукові записки НаУКМА. Хімічні науки і технології. – 2012. – Т. 131. – С.3–11.

6. Л.В. Иванов, Н.Т. Картель, О.А. Нардид. Детектирование взаимодействия углеродных нанотрубок с липосомами методом спиновых зондов // Сб. Поверхность. – 2012. – Вып. 4(19). – С.301–305.

7. Л.В. Иванов, Н.Т. Картель, М.Й. Крамар, Н.Д. Колбун. Комбинированное влияние углеродных нанотрубок и КВЧ-излучения на сперматозоиды мужчин в норме и патологии // Сб. Поверхность. – 2012. – Вып. 4(19). – С.316–327.

8. Ю.І. Семенцов, Г.П. Приходько, М.Т. Картель, С.М. Махно, Ю.Є. Грабовський, О.М. Алексєєв, Т.М. Пінчук-Ругаль. Композити поліпропілен-вуглецеві нанотрубки: структурні особливості, фізико-хімічні властивості // Сб. Поверхность. – 2012. – Вып. 4(19). – С.203–212.

9. О.М. Гаркуша, С.М. Махно, Г.П. Приходько, Ю.І. Семенцов, М.Т. Картель. Структурні особливості та властивості полімерних нанокомпозитів при низьких концентраціях наповнювача // Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні. – 2011. – Т.1, №1. – С.103–110.

10. M.T. Kartel, L.V. Ivanov, S.N. Kovalenko, V.P. Tereschenko. Carbon nanotubes: biorisks and biodefence // In: Biodefence. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series A: Chemistry and Biology / Eds. S.Mikhalovsky and A.Khajibaev. – Springer Science+Business Media B.V., 2011. – P.11–22.

11. Yu. Sementsov, G. Prikhod’ko, M. Kartel, M. Tsebrenko, T. Aleksyeyeva, N. Ulyanchych. Carbon nanotubes filled composite materials // In.: Carbon Nanomaterials in Clean Energy Hydrogen Systems – II. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security 2. –Springer Science+Business Media B.V., 2011. – P.183–195.

12. Н.Т. Картель. Химические основы получения и особенности наноструктуры пор синтетических активных углей // В кн.: Адсорбция, адсорбенты и адсорбционные процессы в нанопористых материалах. – Москва: Граница, 2011. – С.381–405.

13. Ю.В. Савельев, Н.Т. Картель. Синтез и свойства блочных и пенных композитов «полиуретан/нанопористый углерод» // В кн.: Наноматериалы и нанокомпозиты в медицине, биологии, экологии / Под ред. А.П. Шпака, В.Ф. Чехуна. – Киев: Наукова думка, 2011. – С.140–170.

14. S.R. Sandeman, V.M. Gun’ko, O.M.Bakalinska, C.A. Howell, Yi. Zheng, M.T. Kartel, G.J. Phillips, S.V. Mikhalovsky. Adsorption of anionic and cationic dyes by activated carbons, PVA hydrogels and PVA/AC composite // J. Colloid Interface Sci. – 2011. – V. 358, N2. – P.582–592.

15. K.V. Voitko, R.L.D. Whitby, V.M. Gun’ko, O.M. Bakalinska, M.T. Kartel, K. Laszlo, A.B. Cundy, S.V. Mikhalovsky. Morphological and chemical features of nano and macroscale carbons affecting hydrogen peroxide decomposition in aqueous media // J. Colloid Interf. Sci. – 2011. – V. 361. – P. 29–136.

16. S.Ya. Brichka, I.B. Yanchuk, A.A. Konchits, S.P. Kolesnik, A.V. Efanov, A.V. Brichka, N.T. Kartel. Decoration of carbon nanotubes with cerium (IV) oxide // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. – 2011. – V.2, N1. – P.34–40.

17. M.T. Kartel, V.P. Chernykh, L.V. Ivanov, E.A. Gordienko, S.N. Kovalenko, Yu.I. Gubin, O.A. Nardid, E.I. Smolyaniniva. Mechanisms of the cytotoxicity of carbon nanotubes // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. - 2011. – V.2, N2. – P.182–189.

18. N.M. Rezanova, M.T. Kartel, Yu.I. Sementsov, G.P. Prikhod’ko, I.A. Melnik, M.V. Tsebrenko. Rheological properties of molten mixtures polypropylene/co-polyamide/CNT // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. – 2011. – V.2, N4. – P.451–455.

19. М.Л. Пятковский, Ю.І. Семенцов, Г.П. Приходько, М.Т. Картель. Природний графіт. Хімічне та електрохімічне очищення // Хімічна промисловість України. – 2011. – №6 (107). – С.17–23.

20. М. Картель, В. Лобанов, М. Гороховатская Курс фізичної хімії (лекції, лабораторний практикум та задачі).- Київ: Інтерсервіс, 2011. – 386 с.

21. В.П. Терещенко, Н.Т. Картель. Медико-биологические эффекты наночастиц: реалии и прогнозы. - Киев: Наукова думка, 2010. – 240 с.

22. Е.А. Ковальская, С.Я. Бричка, Н.Т. Картель, И.Б. Янчук, В. Матолин, М. Ворохта. Влияние нековалентного модифицирования на структурные характеристики многослойных углеродных нанотрубок // Cб. Поверхность. –2010. – Вып. 2 (17). – С.205–213.

 

 

Department of Composite Materials

 dep13

 

Head of Department

Gorelov Borys M.

Doctor of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics)

 

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Department staff is 14 co-workers including 1 DSc and 9 PhDs.  The Department includes Laboratory of Oxide Nanocomposites (Head of Lab. PhD in Chem. M.V. Borysenko). Analytical Laboratory for Testing Corrosion Resistance of Materials (Head of Lab, PhD in Chem. T.V. Cherniavska) operates at the Department. From 1986, the Department researchers have published more than 50 scientific papers and obtained 17 patents for invention; 1 doctor and 1 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Physically-chemical mechanisms of interactions in the interface of nanocomposites and nanomaterials:- atomic bonds and physical phenomena in the interface area.

Influence of external fields and corrosive media on the physical properties of nanocomposites and nanomaterials.

Ways of expansion of the functionality of nanocomposites and nanomaterials.

Development and creation of stable reinforced functional and constructional polymer composite materials.

 

Main results for the recent years

Rise of thermal stability of unsaturated polyester resin composites with SiO2- nanoparticles realizes at low filler content and its mechanism consists in a fastening of polymer chains by ester carbonyl group with particle’s active surface sites.

In composites of unsaturated polyester resin with micro- and nanosilica fillers the thermal stability of material with any concentration of micro filler depends on the nanoparticle content and the thermal stability enhancement accompanies a reduction in the ultimate strength.

In composites of unsaturated orthophthalic polyester resin with SiO2- nanoparticles the origin of chemical bond on the nanoparticle-polymer interface defines a dielectrical permittivity behavior. Electron density growth on the particle surface due to formation of chemical bonds between atoms of macromolecule and surface sites results in a varying of chain conformation and a diminish of charge density in the polymer-nanopore interface.

Concentration effect of silica nanoparticles in polyester resin composites reveals in: the nonmonotonic thermal destruction of polymer chains when that of styrene cross-links a smoothly reduces; the nonmonotonic reduction of polarity of all macromolecule atomic bonds; the nonmonotonic behavior of dielectrical permittivity, positronium lifetime nanopore content. In the epoxy- nanosilica composites a rise of filler content leads to nonmonotonic behavior of swelling and strength properties.

Waffle structures with load-bearing framework which have the high mechanical parameters and slight adsorption of electromagnetic emission were developed and created.

 

Department staff

Gorelov Borys М., DSc, Head of Department,

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Garashchenko Іvan І.,leading engineer,

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Gavrylyuk Natalia A., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Mischanchuk Olexander V., Junior Researcher,

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Shulga Sergiy V., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Sigarova Nadia V., PhD, Junior Researcher,

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Slipchenko Andriy V., engineer, tel.:+38 (044) 424 11 96

Starokadomskiy Dmytro L., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Laboratory of Oxide Nanocomposites staff

Borysenko Mykola V., PhD, Head of laboratory,

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Galaburda Mariya V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Gornikov Yuri I., leading engineer,

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Oranska Olena I., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Sulym Iryna Ya., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Cherniavska Tetiana V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Recent publications

1. B.M Gorelov, O.V Mischanchuk., N.V. Sigareva, S.V. Shulga, A.M. Gorb, O.I. Polovina, V.O. Yukhymchuk. Structural and dipole-relaxation processes in epoxy-multilayer graphene composites with low filler content // Polymers. ‒ 2021. ‒ V.13. ‒ Iss. 19. ‒ P. 3360 ‒ 3383.

2. A. Nadtochiy, B. Gorelov, O. Polovina, S. Shulga, O. Korotchenkov. Probing matrix/filler interphase with ultrasonic waves // Journal of Materials Science. ‒ 2021. ‒ V. 56. ‒ P. 14047– 14069.

3. N.V. Sigareva, V.A. Barbash, O.V. Yashchenko, S.V. Shulga, D.L. Starokadomsky, B.M. Gorelov. Influence of cellulose particles on chemical resistance, mechanical and thermal properties of epoxy composites // Біофізичний Вісник. ‒ 2020. ‒ № 43.- С. 57 – 70.

4. N.V. Sigareva, B.M. Gorelov, О.V. Mistchanchuk, D.L. Starokadomsky. Thermal and mechanical properties of nonoxidized graphene – epoxy composites at low graphene loading // Chemistry, Physics and Technology of Surface. ‒ 2020. ‒ Т. 11. ‒ № 3. ‒ С. 291 – 303.

5. D. Rassokhin, D. Starokadomsky, A. Ischenko, O. Tkachenko, M. Reshetnyk, L. Kokhtych. Determining the strength and thermal-, chemical resistance of the Epoxy polymer-composite filled with Basalt micronano fiber for 15–80 % by weight // Eastern European J. of Advanced Technologies. – 2020. – V.1/12 (104). – Iss. 4. – Р. 55-63.

6. N.Y. Akhanova, D.V. Schur, N.A. Gavrylyuk, M.T. Gabdullin, N.S. Anikina, An.D. Zolotarenko, O.Ya. Krivushchenko, Ol.D. Zolotarenko, B.M. Gorelov, E. Erlanuli, D.G. Batrishev. Use of absorption spectra for identification of endometallofullerenes // Him. Fiz. Tehnol. Poverhni. – 2020, V.11(3). – P. 429-441 (in Ukrainian).

7. B.M. Gorelov, A.M. Gorb, Z. Czapla, S. Wacke, A.Nadtochiy, V.V. Kuryliuk, M. Kostrzewa, A. Ingram, O.I. Polovina , N.V. Sigareva. Epoxy Molecular Structure alteration in graphene-epoxy nanocomposites: loading effects. Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites, Nanostructure Surfaces, and Their Applications. Springer Proceedings in Physics. Editors. Fesenko O., Yatsenko L. – 2020. – V. 246. – P. 459-483.

 

 

Department of Theoretical and Experimental Physics

 8dep 2

 

Head of Department

Rozenbaum Victor M.

Doctor of Sciences

(Physics and Mathematics),

Professor

 

Telephone: + 380 44 422-96-19

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upper row: DSc. Prof. V.М. Rozenbaum, DSc. S.I. Pokutniy, PhD. O.I. Gichan, PhD T.Yu. Gromovoy, PhD Т.Ye. Korochkova l

ower row: V.A. Mashira, N.M. Moshkivska, A.V. Mischanchuk, PhD V.I. Kanevskii, A.D. Terets

 

Department staff is 11 co-workers including 2 DScs and 4 PhDs. From 1986, the Department researchers have published 13 books, more than 400 scientific papers; 2 doctor and 4 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Theoretical and mathematical physics of diffusion processes near the phase interface, controlled transport at nanoscale, operating mechanisms of Brownian motors.

Theoretical physics of quasi-atomic nanosystems.

Theoretical quantum optics and optical spectroscopy of electronic, exciton and biexciton states in heterogeneous atom-like nanosystems.

Theoretical investigation of the nonequilibrium processes at the electrode/electrolyte interface. Establishing the conditions for control and prediction of the nonlinear behavior of such systems.

Investigation of physics-chemical features of adsorption process in nanosystems by desorption mass spectrometry.

Simulation of light scattering on dielectric resonators and multilayer carbon nanotubes.

 

Main results for the recent years

The theory of Brownian motors has been developed, which describes the temperature-frequency control of the magnitude and direction of the velocity of the ratchet effect. The mechanism of occurrence of additional areas of nonmonotonicity of the frequency dependence of the average velocity and additional motor stop points, which is due to competition between the characteristic times of the system.

A model of a reciprocating molecular photomotor of the guest-host type, consisting of dye and cavitand molecules, has been developed. Under the action of an ultrashort laser pulse, the dye molecule performs a reciprocating motion, which is accompanied by an increase in the lifetime of fluorescence.

The theory of spatially indirect exciton states (SIES) in nanosystems containing semiconductor (germanium) and dielectric (alumina) quantum dots (QDs) has been developed. It is shown that the interband absorption (radiation) spectra of nanosystems consist of energy zones formed by electron transitions between quasi-stationary and stationary states, and the intraband absorption spectra consist of zones caused by electron transitions between stationary states.

The theory of interaction of SIES with light in nanosystems is developed. It is shown that at the resonant frequency of SIES, the values of polarizability, as well as absorption cross sections due to optical absorption on surface SIES, acquire gigantic values four orders of magnitude larger than similar values in semiconductor and dielectric single crystals.

The theory of photoluminescence of perovskite nanocrystals (PNs) has been developed. It is shown that the total relaxation of the PNs looks like a cascade phototransition process in which the total effective lifetime of relaxation after photoexcitation is a convolution of exponential declines for each transition in the cascade. Mechanisms for the formation of interband absorption and photoluminescence spectra, as well as mechanisms for slowing down photoluminescence radiation in PNs are proposed.

The tunneling of electrons through the potential barrier separating the double QDs of germanium has been theoretically investigated. It is shown that the tunneling of electrons through the potential barrier leads to the splitting of electronic states and the emergence of a zone of electronic states localized above the interface (QD - silicon matrix).

The influence of mass transport on the occurrence of periodic current oscillations and bistability in a model electrocatalytic process with a preceding homogeneous first-order chemical reaction in the Nernst diffusion layer for different diffusion coefficients of species involved in the chemical reaction is shown. The impacts of the diffusion coefficients of electrochemically active and inactive species, as well as the preceding chemical reaction rate constants on the emergence of these dynamical instabilities are uncovered.

For the first time, the exact analytical expression for the Gerischer finite length impedance is obtained for different diffusion coefficients of the species involved in the homogeneous first-order chemical reaction.

A simple physical model which describes the origin of phase angle of the Warburg finite length diffusion impedance was developed. It is shown that dffusion results in a phase delay of the surface concentration of species with respect to current. The phase shift between current and concentration is a function of a ration of the Nernst diffusion layer thickness to an oscillating length.

In the comparative electrodynamic analysis of two approaches to nanopolishing of quartz surface (under direct light and full internal reflection) it was determined that due to the phenomenon of total internal reflection, other things being equal, Poynting vector over surface protrusions, in case of surface quartz illumination, under critical angle of total internal reflection, increases by about 8 times.

 

Department staff

Rozenbaum Victor M., DSc, Head of Department,

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Gichan Olga I., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Gromovoy Taras Yu., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Kanevskii Vasilii I., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Korochkova Taisiya E., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Laguta Valentin N., engineer,

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Mashira Vasilii A., Leading engineer,

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Mischanchuk Aleksandr V., Junior Researcher,

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Moshkivska Nadezhda M., leading engineer,

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Pokutnyi Sergij I., DSc, Leading Researcher,

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Terets Andrey D., Engineer,

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Recent Publications

1. I.V. Shapochkina, T.Ye. Korochkova, V.M. Rozenbaum, A.S. Bugaev, L.I. Trakhtenberg. Temperature-frequency controlling the characteristics of a pulsating Brownian ratchet with slightly fluctuating potential energy. // Nonlinear Phenomena in Complex Systems. – 2021. – v. 24, No. 1. – P. 71 – 83.

2. V.M. Rozenbaum, T.Ye. Korochkova, I.V. Shapochkina, L.I. Trakhtenberg. Exactly solvable model of a slightly fluctuating ratchet. Phys. Rev. E. – 2021. – V. 104, No. 1. - P. 014133-1-12.

3. S. Yakunin, J. Chaaban, B. M. Benin, I. Cherniukh, C. Bernasconi, A. Landuyt, Y. Shynkarenko, S. Bolat, C. Hofer, Y. E. Romanyuk, S. Cattaneo, S. I. Pokutnyi, R.D. Schaller, M.I. Bodnarchuk, D. Poulikakos, M.V. Kovalenko. Radiative lifetime-encoded unicolour security tags using perovskite nanocrystals // Nature Communications. – 2021. –V.12. – P. 981.

4. S.I. Pokutnyi, Y.N. Kulchin, V.P. Dzyuba. Indirect Excitons and Polarization of Dielectric Nanoparticles // Journal of Physical Chemistry C. – 2019. – V. 123, No. 42. – P. 26031 – 26035.

5. S.I. Pokutnyi. Polarizability of germanium quantum dots with spatially separated electrons and holes, The European Physical Journal Plus. – 2020. – V. 135, No.1. – P.74.

6. S.I. Pokutniy. Optical absorption by a nanosystem with dielectric quantum dots // The European Physical Journal Plus – 2020. – V. 135, No.5, - P. 398.

7. O.I. Gichan, V.V. Pototskaya. Mass transport and dynamical instabilities in a model electrocatalytic process with a preceding chemical reaction // Electrochimica Acta. – 2020. – V. 363. – 137228.

8. V.V. Pototskaya, O.I. Gichan, А.О. Omelchuk Regularities of the of simultaneous discharge of ions. Theory of electrochemical synthesis // Reports of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.- 2021.- № 3. – P. 48-54.

9. N.N. Kriklya, T.Y. Gromovoy, N.O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan. 4,5-Dinitrosulfonefluorescein and related dyes: Kinetics of reversible rupture of the pyran ring and their interaction with lysozyme // Coloration Technol. – 2021. – 137. – P. 658– 667.

10. V.I. Kanevskii, S.O. Kolienov. Theoretical analysis of the influence of spatial-spectral characteristics of a quartz surface on the field contrast during photochemical polishing // Journal of Modern Optics. – 2020. – Vol. 67, No.14. – P. 1254-1258.

11. V.I. Kanevskii, S.O. Kolienov, V.I. Grygoruk, O.U. Stelmakh. Electrodynamic features of the optimal near-field above the rough quartz surface in the photochemical polishing methods // Journal of Modern Optics. – 2021. V 68, No. 15. – P. 798-805.

12. B.M. Gorelov, O.V.Mischanchuk, N.V.Sigareva, S.V.Shulga, A.M.Gorb, O.I.Polovina, V.O.Yukhymchuk. Structural and dipole-relaxation processes in epoxy–multilayer graphene composites with low filler content // Polymers. – 2021. – 13. – P. 3360. 

 

 

Laboratory of Electrophysics of Nanomaterials

 LEPhysNANO

 

Head of Laboratory

 Makhno Stanislav M.

Doctor of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics),

Senior Researcher

 

Telephone: + 380 44 422-96-10

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From left to right: PhD (Phys.&Math.), Senior Researcher Lisova O.M.; Junior Researcher Gunya G.M.; PhD (Phys.&Math.), Senior Researcher Mazurenko R.V.; PhD (Chem.) Senior Researcher Prokopenko S.L.; DSc (Phys.& Math.), Head of Lab. Makhno S.M.

 

Laboratory staff is 6 co-workers including 1 DSc and 3 PhDs. From 1986, the Laboratory researchers have published more than 130 scientific papers and obtained 45 patents for inventions; 1 doctor and 4 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

  • electrophysics of nanostructural composites based on polymers, ferroelectric and substance with of metal-semiconductor, dielectric-superionik phase transitions etc;
  • interaction of electromagnetic radiation with heterogeneous, superdispersed and nanostructured systems;
  • effects of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation on the activity of the processes in biological systems;

 

Main results for the recent years

New nanocomposites have been developed that effectively interacts with electromagnetic radiation of the microwave range, containing nanosized ferrites (BaFe12O19, CaFe2O4, NiFe2O4, СоFe2O4), modified by electrically conductive substances (CuI, CuS, carbon nanotubes), as well as ultradispersed particles (TiO2, BaTiO3, carbon nanotubes, graphene nanoplates) are modified by nanosized particles of metals (NiCo).

It has been established that the formation of percolation electrically conductive clusters on surface electrical structures provide the effective interaction of electromagnetic radiation with such nanocomposites and provide the balance of dielectric and magnetic parameters with the impedance of environment. The results can be the basis for a new conductive composite materials shielding and absorbing electromagnetic radiation, catalysts, etc.

Additional mechanisms of dissipation of electromagnetic energy in the microwave range of systems polymer-conductor have been shown to be connected with polarization effects arising due to interphase interaction of the components. An increase in the values of complex permittivity as well as an expansion of the diapason of their controlled changes is achieved by chemical modifying of surface of polymer with substances having electron-ion conductivities.

When examining the interaction between low-intensive electromagnetic radiation within the millimeter diapason and highly organized systems, a frequency-selective response of biosystems was found. Stimulation of vital activity of yeast cells (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) of suspension was observed for frequencies 40, 47.5, 55, 62.5, 70 GHz and between the values of these frequencies was occurs inactivation of vital activity. Presence of high silica in yeast of suspensions can compensate inhibition of their metabolic processes and increase the bioavailability of nutrients was found.

In the frequency range 47-67 GHz was detected frequency-selective response of blood cell in vitro (including red blood cells), and enzymes. Probably increase blood antioxidant status and occurrence of radical and peroxide conditions is due to mechanisms that are implemented through primary type of catalytic reactions that occur in lipids on the cell surface.

The study of biophysical processes and mechanisms of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation and highly dispersed oxides makes it possible to design controls of vital processes of biological systems and provide system protection from exogenous exposure.

The effect of different dispersity copper iodide particles on vital activity in an aqueous yeast suspension of organisms of the species Saccharomyces cerevisiae under anaerobic conditions under endogenous metabolism was studied by differential microcalorimetry. The occurrence of the stage of activation of defense mechanisms by yeast cells (adaptive cell functions) in the presence of micron and fine particles of copper iodide was revealed in the thermal process. Studies indicate the possibility of a controlled influence on the enzymatic process of yeast cells to activate or inhibit fermentation, depending on the concentration of copper iodide particles in the suspension.

 

Laboratory staff

Makhno Stanislav M., DSc, Head of Laboratory,

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Gunya Grygoriy M. Junior Researcher,

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Lisova Oksana M., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Mazurenko Ruslana V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Prokopenko Sergiy L., PhD, Senior Researcher,

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Sirenko Olena G., Junior Researcher,

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Recent publications

1. S.L. Prokopenko, R.V. Mazurenko, G.M. Gunja, N.V. Abramov, S.M. Makhno, P.P. Gorbyk. Electrophysical properties of polymeric nanocomposites based on cobalt and nickel ferrites modified with copper iodide // Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2020. –V. 494.– 165824.

2. R. V. Mazurenko, S. L. Prokopenko, O. I. Oranska, G. M. Gunya, S. M. Makhno, P. P. Gorbyk. ElectrophysicalpProperties of polymeric nanocomposites based on ferrite/carbon nanotube/copper iodide // Metallofiz. Noveishie Tekhnol. - 2019 - V. 41, No. 3. - P. 289–296.

3. R.V. Mazurenko, S.L. Prokopenko, M.V. Abramov, G.M. Gunya, S.M. Makhno, P.P. Gorbyk. Electrophysical properties of polymeric nanocomposites based on barium ferrites modified by copper iodide // Nanosistemi, Nanomateriali, Nanotehnologii. - 2021. - V. 19, No 1. - P. 111-120.

4. O.M. Lisova, O.M. Sedov, L.Ya. Shvartsman, S.M. Makhno, G.M. Gunya, P.P. Gorbyk. Electrophysics properties of polychlorotrifluoroethylene – iron-containing carbon fiber // Nanocomposites. Funct. Mater. - 2021. - V. 28 (1). - P.49-54.

5. O.G. Sirenko, jO.M. Lisova, S.M. Makhno, G.M. Gunya, N.V. Vituk, P.P. Gorbyk. Electrophysical properties of composites based on epoxy resin and carbon fillers // Himia, Fizika ta Tehnologia Poverhni. - 2021. - V. 12 (2). - P.104-111.

6. O.G. Sirenko S.М. Маkhno, O.M. Lisova, G.М. Gunya, P.P. Gorbyk. Electrophysical properties of composites based on the epoxy resin and expanded graphite // Himia, Fizika ta Tehnologia Poverhni. – 2018. – V. 8, No4.– Р. 442-446.

7. O.M. Lisova, S.М. Маkhno, G.М. Gunya, P.P. Gorbyk. Еlectrophysical properties of carbon nanotubes/NiCo composites // Himia, Fizika ta Tehnologia Poverhni. – 2018. –V. 8, No 4. – Р. 362-367.

 

Лабораторія електрохімії наноматеріалів

 

 

Завідувач лабораторії

Тарасенко Юрій Олександрович

доктор хімічних наук, професор

Телефон: +380-44 422-96-02 
Факс: +380-44 424-35-67 
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В лабораторії працює 8 спеціалістів, серед них 1 доктор і 3 кандидати наук. Співробітниками підрозділу опубліковано понад 30 наукових статей.

 

Напрямки досліджень

Розробка фізико-хімічних основ синтезу композитних неорганічних наноматеріалів з модифікованою поверхнею і створення ефективних середовищ для їх функціонування.

 

Основні результати стосуються створення нових складів неводних електролітів і розробки сполук включення з такими хімічними потенціалами літію, які придатні для систем накопичення та зберігання електричної енергії.

Запропоновано концептуально нові кремній–вуглецеві матеріали з каркасно-впорядкованою структурою, що дозоляють суттєво збільшувати кількість можливих позицій для розміщення літію і ефективність (>99,99%) його зворотного введення–виведення.

Розроблені методики синтезу в сольових розплавах нанокристалічних композитів літійованих фосфатів заліза з вуглецем та модифікування їх іонами перехідних металів. Знайдені оптимальні умови їх отримання дозволяють суттєво покращити зворотність та стабільність електродних процесів.

Розроблені спеціальні домішки до апротонних електролітів, які сприяють формуванню стабільної межі поділу «електрод | електроліт».

 

Співробітники лабораторії електрохімії вуглецевих та неорганічних наноматеріалів

Тарасенко Юрій Олександрович, доктор хімічних наук,

провідний науковий співробітник,

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Журавський Сергій Вікторович, кандидат хімічних наук, молодший науковий співробітник

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Каленюк Ганна Олексіївна, молодший науковий співробітник

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Кононенко Валентина Яківна, інженер,

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Куксенко Сергій Петрович, кандидат хімічних наук, старший науковий

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Куць Володимир Сергійович, кандидат фізико-математичних наук,

старший науковий співробітник,

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Шевчук Олена Миколаївна, провідний інженер,

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Чернюк Оксана Анатоліївна, провідний інженер,

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Публікації останніх років 

1. С.П. Куксенко. Алюминиевая фольга как анодный материал литий-ионных аккумуляторов: влияние состава электролита на параметры циклирования // Электрохимия. – 2013. – Т. 49, № 1. – С.73–82.

2. К.В. Войтко, Є.М. Дем’яненко, О.М. Бакалінська, Ю.О. Тарасенко, В.С. Куць, М.Т. Картель. Квантово-хімічне дослідження термодинамічних та кінетичних характеристик взаємодії гідроксильного радикала з графітоподібними площинами // Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні. – 2013. – Т. 4, № 1. – С.3–13.

3. Э.В. Панов, С.М. Малеваный, Ю.А. Тарасенко, Н.Т. Картель. Синтез и свойства катодного материала – литированного фосфата железа – для литий-ионных аккумуляторов // Вісник Харківського національного університету. Хімія. – 2012. – Вип. 21 (44), №1026. – С.9–16.

4. С.П. Куксенко, В.С. Куць, Ю.А. Тарасенко, Н.Т. Картель. Электрохимические исследования и квантовохимические расчеты системы SinLim // Химия, физика и технология поверхности. – 2011. – Т. 2, № 3. – С.221–228.

5. С.П. Куксенко, И.О. Коваленко, Ю.А. Тарасенко, Н.Т. Картель. Нанокомпозит кремний–углерод для гибридных электродов литий-ионных аккумуляторов // Вопр. химии и хим. технологии. – 2011. – № 4(1). – С.299–303.

6. С.П. Куксенко, И.О. Коваленко. Нанопорошок кремния как активный материал гибридных электродов литий-ионных аккумуляторов // Ж. прикл. химии. – 2011. – Т. 84, № 7. – С.1107–1115.

7. S.V. Zhuravsky, M.T. Kartel, Yu.O. Tarasenko, S. Villar-Rodil, G. Dobos, A. Toth, J. Tuscon, K. Laszlo. N-containing carbons from styrene – divinylbenzene copolymer by urea treatment // Appl. Surfuce Sci. – 2011. – V.258, N 7. – Р.2410–2415.

8. С.П. Куксенко Кремниевые электроды литий-ионных аккумуляторов: пути улучшения параметров циклирования // Фундаментальные проблемы преобразования энергии в литиевых электрохимических системах / под ред. М.С. Плешакова. Новочеркасск: ЮРГТУ (НПИ), 2010. – С. 147–151.

9. Ю.А. Тарасенко, А.А. Каленюк, В.Е. Клименко, В.С. Куць. Адсорбционая система «полигидридсилоксан/ благородный металл» как триггер // Сб. Поверхность. – 2010. – Вып.2 (17). – С.129–145.

10. С.П. Куксенко, И.О. Коваленко. Получение композита кремний-графит для гибридного электрода литий-ионных аккумуляторов // Ж. прикл. химии. – 2010. – Т. 83, № 10. – С.1672-1676.

11. Куксенко С.П. Параметры циклирования графита марки MAG как анодного материала литий-ионных аккумуляторов // Ж. прикл. химии. – 2010. – Т. 83, № 4. – С.596–600.

12. С.П. Куксенко. Параметры циклирования кремниевых анодных материалов литий-ионных аккумуляторов // Ж. прикл. химии. – 2010. – Т. 83, № 4. – С.589-595.

13. С.П. Куксенко, И.О. Коваленко, Ю.А. Тарасенко, Н.Т. Картель. Формирование стабильной аморфной фазы в покрытом углеродом кремнии при глубоком электрохимическом литировании // Химия, физика и технология поверхности. – 2010. – Т. 1, № 1. – С.57–71.

14. В.Ф. Лапко, И.П. Герасимюк, В.С. Куць, Ю.А. Тарасенко. Активационные характеристики процесса разложения Н2О2 на палладий-углеродних катализаторах // Ж. физ. химии. – 2010. Т. 84, №6. – С.1043–1049.

15. Ю.А. Тарасенко, А.А. Каленюк, В.Е. Клименко. Электрохимические процессы в системах «активный уголь/ раствор соединения благородного металла» // Сб. Поверхность. – 2009. – Вып.1(16). – С.87–107.

16. Ю.А. Тарасенко, А.А. Каленюк, В.Е. Клименко, В.С. Куць Адсорбционно-электрохимическое формирование пространственных структур в системе «активный уголь/ благородный металл» // Вісник Харківського національного університету. Хімія. – 2009. – Вип.17 (40), №870. – С.226–239.

17. С.П. Куксенко, Ю.А. Тарасенко, И.О. Коваленко, Н.Т. Картель. Углеродное покрытие микро- и нанокремния: прогресс кремниевых анодных материалов для литий-ионных аккумуляторов // Сб. Химия, физика и технология поверхности. – 2009. – Вып. 15. – С.144–153.

 

 

Center for collective use of scientific instruments / equipment

Center for collective use of scientific instruments / equipment

 

Center for collective use of scientific instruments / equipment "Mass spectrometric complex with laser desorption/ionization MALDI-TOF Autoflex II LRF20" of NAS of Ukraine

 

According to the Order of the Presidium of NAS of Ukraine dated 18.02.05 №104, the Center for Collective Use of Scientific Instruments / Equipment "Mass spectrometric complex with laser desorption / ionization MALDI-TOF Autoflex II LRF20" of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine was established at Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry of NAS of Ukraine.

 

 

  

For users of the center

 

Center equipment:

 

 

Name of instrument / equipment

 

Main characteristics

Manufacturer, country, and year of manufacture

IMG 20210302 123914

Mass spectrometer Autoflex II LRF20

Time-of-flight mass spectrometer with matrix-assisted laser desorption / ionization (MALDI-TOF / TOF)

Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Germany, 2004

Agilent 1260

HPLC Agilent 1260 Infinity II

High performance liquid chromatograph for preparative chromatography

Agilent Technologies, Germany, 2020

 

 

Mass spectrometer Autoflex II LRF20

 

 

Mass spectrometric complex with laser desorption / ionization MALDI-TOF Autoflex II LRF20 is designed for analysis of ions in a wide range of m/z; it provides detailed and accurate information on the molecular weight of the analyte; it allows analyzing a wide range of molecules - from smaller molecules, such as lipids and peptides, to polymers and intact proteins exceeding 100 kDa; it is indispensable in the analysis of non-volatile macromolecular compounds (proteins, carbohydrates, oligonucleotides) and small molecules (secondary plant metabolites, phytohormones, etc.).

 

The main technical characteristics of the Instrument

Mass range:

~ 250 kDa (Linear Mode)

~ 6,000 Da (Reflectron Mode)

Resolution:

>  4,000 @ FWHM* (Linear Mode)

>  10,000 @ FWHM* (Reflectron Mode)

Ionization (±eV):

Matrix Assisted LASER Desorption/Ionization (MALDI) – 337 nm Nitrogen laser

Inlet Systems:

-384 Microtitre Plate/Target

-LASER: 337nm Nitrogen

Features:

-Delayed Extraction (DE))

-Post Source Decay (PSD)

Data System:

-Windows 2000 SP4

-Bruker Compass 1.0, FlexControl 2.2

-FlexAnalysis 2.2 and license

-GUI Integrated vacuum measurement and control unit

Predominant Uses:

-Characterization and identification of proteins by peptide mass mapping

-PSD and peptide sequencing

-Analysis of low molecular weight organic substances

*FWHM = full width at half height

 

HPLC Agilent 1260 Infinity II

 

The Agilent 1260 Infinity II High Performance Liquid Chromatograph is used to analyze mostly polar non-volatile compounds. With the help of the device it is possible to determine different classes of biologically active substances: in particular, secondary plant metabolites (phenolic compounds, flavonoids, anthraquinones, saponins, etc.), phytohormones (auxins, gibberellins, abscisic acid and its derivatives, cytokinins, etc.), and other biologically active substances of plant origin (alkaloids, sesquiterpene lactones, etc.).

The main technical characteristics of the Instrument

Four-channel plunger pump (up to 400 bar) with flow rate of 0.001-10 ml/min (step 0.001 ml/min) with solvent compartment. Solvent supply adjustment step: 0.001 ml/min. The pH range of the eluent is 1…11.5. Plunger volume: 180 μl.

Vacuum degasser for 4 channels with a capacity of up to 10 ml / min.

Autosampler / Block of automatic sampling / (100 samples up to 2 ml) with the ability to add an internal standard, dilute the sample and perform derivatization. The possible volume of the sample is 0.1…100 μl. Input accuracy of 1% (relative standard error for the sample - 0.1 μl).

Column thermostat (temperature range from 10 °C below room temp. up to + 80 ° C (in steps of 1°). The thermostat holds 3 columns up to 30 cm long. Temperature maintenance accuracy ± 0.15ºC The thermostat is equipped with a device for recording and reading information stored on the identification modules of the columns.

Diode-matrix detector (1024 photodiodes) with a wavelength range of 190…950 nm (1 nm discreteness), with automatically variable programmable spectral width of the slit (from 1 to 16 nm.), including the in-process of chromatographic analysis, with a high pressure cuvette. The detector has an integrated holmium oxide filter to check the correct setting of wavelengths and is equipped with a system of warnings about the need for timely preventive replacement of the light source. Noise level during operation of the spectrophotometric detector is 0.6 × 10-5 units of optical density.

Software Agilent OpenLAB CDS 

 

 

Terms of use of the Center's services

 

1. Researchers of institutions and organizations of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine who have the appropriate qualifications and experience on similar devices have the right to use the services of the Center.

2. Scientific organizations and institutions of the NAS of Ukraine that need to carry out the research at the Center, 1-2 months before the deadline submit to the head / responsible executive of the Center a standard application with a justification of scientific tasks and a description of the type and the class of compounds to be analyzed, indicate the number of samples.

3. The Customer and the Contractor enter into an agreement on carrying out works on the devices / equipment of the Center.

4. Provision (reimbursement) of consumables for a single cycle of work, sample preparation and depreciation costs are provided by customers.

5. For the convenience of collective use of devices/equipment and rational organization of working hours of the employees of the Center "Mass spectrometric complex with laser desorption / ionization MALDI-TOF Autoflex II LRF20", the following schedule of the Center is established: Tuesday - from 9.00 to 18.00 and Thursday from 9.00 to 17.00; lunch break - from 13.00 to 14.00. Customers can monitor the distribution of working time for scheduled research using the Center's instruments / equipment through an electronic calendar posted on the Center's website.

6. In the printed works presenting the results of research performed using the equipment of the Center “MALDI-TOF Autoflex II LRF20 Mass Spectrometric Complex with Laser Desorption / Ionization” Customers are obliged to refer to where and in what way the data were obtained, and generally to comply with copyright.

7. For customer institutions that are not subordinated to the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the equipment of the Center “MALDI-TOF Autoflex II LRF20 Mass Spectrometric Complex with Laser Desorption / Ionization” may be provided on a commercial basis in accordance with the current legislation of Ukraine. Payment for consumables required for sample preparation and mass spectrometric analysis is determined with customers on a contractual basis.

8. Organizations and researchers who participate in the work and use the services of the Center are obliged to: comply with the Regulations of the Center "Mass spectrometric complex with laser desorption / ionization MALDI-TOF Autoflex II LRF20" of NAS of Ukraine; comply with the requirements of the head of the Center and his authorized persons on the organization of works and their safety.

 

 

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Contacts

 

Head of the Center: Iryna V. Laguta, PhD in chemistry, senior researcher,

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Scientific guidance is provided by Volodymyr V. Turov, Deputy Director for Research,

Corresponding Member of NAS of Ukraine, doctor of chemical sciences, professor

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Responsible executives:

Pavlo O. Kuzema, PhD in Chemistry, Senior Researcher, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ,

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Olga V. Severynovska, PhD in Chemistry, Senior Researcher, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ;

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Контрольно–аналітична лабораторія випробувань корозійної стійкості матеріалів

В Інституті хімії поверхні ім. О.О. Чуйка НАН України при відділі хемосорбції створена неструктурна контрольно-аналітична лабораторія (наказ № 33 від 01.03.2013) з метою забезпечення науково-дослідних робіт якісними випробуваннями. Керівник лабораторії - к.х.н., наук. співр. Чернявська Т.В.

Основний напрям роботи - випробування корозійної стійкості матеріалів.

Співробітники лабораторії корозійної стійкості матеріалів біля камери циклічної корозії «Cyclic corrosion chamber» виробництва «Auto Technology».

Зліва направо: к.х.н., наук. співр. А.Г. Дяченко, к.х.н., наук. співр. Т.В. Чернявська (керівник лабораторії, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , tel. 097 446 03 82), пров. інж. Л.В. Петрусь.

 

Лабораторія атестована на підставі Закону України «Про метрологію та метрологічну діяльність», відповідає критеріям атестації вимірювальних лабораторій відповідно до Правил уповноваження та атестації у державній метрологічній системі.certificate

 

Перелік обладнання лабораторії

1. Камера сольового туману Auto Technology. Використовується для випробування корозійної стійкості покриття.

2. Камера циклічної корозії Auto Technology CCT-NC-30 Використовується для випробування корозійної стійкості покриття.

3. Камери вологості Q-panel. Використовується для випробування вологостійкості покриття.

4. Прилад для згинання панелей з металічними стрижнями різного діаметру (Elcometr). Випробування стійкості покриття до згинання. Визначення адгезії покриття.

5. Прилад для визначення ступеню дисперсності пігменту. Визначення розміру часток пігменту після диспергування.

6. Магнітні мішалки VS C-10. Використовується для перемішування фарб.

7. Повітряні мішалки. Використовується для перемішування фарб.

8. Піч електрична Despatch. Використовується для сушки нанесеного покриття.

 

Лабораторія нанохімії функціональних покриттів

 


 

Завідувач лабораторії

Плюто Юрій Володимирович,

кандидат хімічних наук

Телефон: (+380-44) 424-90-27

Факс: (+380-44) 424-35-67

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В лабораторії працює 4 спеціалісти, серед них 1 кандидат наук. Співробітниками підрозділу опубліковано понад 70 наукових статей, отримано 2 патенти на винаходи, захищено 2 кандидатські дисертації.

 

Напрямки досліджень

- розробка методів синтезу тонких плівок, функціональних покриттів та нанорозмірних неорганічних наповнювачів (оксидних та вуглецевих) з хімічно модифікованою поверхнею;

- розробка нанохімічних рідкофазних та піролітичних методів синтезу тонких оксидних плівок, в тому числі. темплатно-структурованих, на поверхні твердих тіл;

- дослідження особливостей перебігу реакцій хімічного модифікування та утворення наночастинок в порах тонких оксидних плівок;

- створення захисних, антикорозійних та декоративних покриттів на поверхні неорганічних матеріалів, тонкоплівкових структурованих каталізаторів.

 

Практична направленість робіт пов’язана із розробкою функціональних покриттів різного призначення, зокрема при виконанні таких проектів.

6 Рамкова Програма Європейського Союзу (Нанотехнології та нанонауки, наукоємні багатофункціональні матеріали, нові виробничі процеси та обладнання). Проект NMP2-CT-2005-515762 “Re-engineering of natural stone production chain through knowledge based processes, eco-innovation and new organisational paradigms” (I-STONE). Розроблено захисне супергідрофобне покриття на поверхні мармуру та вапняку, яке полегшує їх очистку від пилу, фарби, побутових забруднень, а також захищає від негативного впливу атмосферних факторів. Проект завершено.

7 Рамкова Програма Європейського Союзу (Нанонауки, нанотехнології, матеріали та нові промислові технології). Проект NMP3-SL-2012-310436 “Production of coatings for new efficient and clean coal power plant materials” (POEMA). Розробляються захисні покриття на поверхні металічних конструкційних елементів енергетичного устаткування, що працює при високих температурах та агресивному середовищі продуктів згоряння сірковмісного вугілля. Проект виконується.

 

Основні результати за останні роки

Теоретично обґрунтована та експериментально перевірена можливість застосування адсорбційного методу для оцінки розмірів наноблоків терморозширеного графіту та кількості графенових шарів в них. Для синтезованих зразків терморозширеного графіту розмір наноблоків склав 20-40 нм, а кількість графенових шарів була в межах 50-100. Форма базальної поверхні наноблоків терморозширеного графіту в рамках запропонованих моделей не є критичною для визначення розміру наноблоків виходячи з величини питомої поверхні цього матеріалу.

Розроблено піролітичний метод синтезу вуглецевого покриття на поверхні осадженого та пірогенного Al2O3 шляхом адсорбції 4,4'- метиленбісфенілізоціанату (в молекулі якого є група R-N=С=О, здатна вступати у взаємодію з гідроксильними групами поверхні за рахунок розкриття зв’язків N=C) та піролізу. Зокрема, здійснено синтез наночастинок із структурою „ядро-оболонка” на основі пірогенного Al2O3 із середнім розміром частинок 5-8 нм та вуглецевим покриттям.

Досліджено взаємодію Cr(acac)3 і Mn(acac)3 з активними центрами на поверхні дисперсних SiO2 і Al2O3 та в об’ємі золь-гель плівок SiO2 і з’ясовано, яку участь в цьому процесі беруть поверхневі ОН- групи та координаційно-ненасичені іони Al3+, а також реакційноздатні групи ацетилацетонатних лігандів.

Вивчені особливості хімічної функціоналізації плівок SiO2 товщиною 100-200 нм, синтезованих темплатним і безтемплатним золь-гель методом на поверхні скла. Встановлена перспективність використання темплатно-структурованих плівок для створення функціональних покриттів. Вивчені окиснювально-відновлювальні перетворення наночастинок Ag в темплатно-структурованих плівках SiO2. На основі аналізу спектральних характеристик плазмонного резонансу наночастинок Ag встановлені умови їх диспергування та упорядкування.

 

Співробітники лабораторії

Плюто Юрій Володимирович, кандидат хімічних наук, завідувач лабораторії

тел.: (+380-44) 424 9027; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Назарчук Микола Олександрович, провідний інженер

тел.: (+380-44) 422 9653; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Насєдкін Дмитро Борисович, провідний інженер

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Шаранда Людмила Федорівна, науковий співробітник, тел.: (+380-44) 422 9653;

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Публікації останніх років

1. Л.О. Давиденко, Б.Г. Місчанчук, А.Г. Гребенюк, В.О. Покровський, Ю.В. Плюто. Дослідження термолізу Cr(acac)3 на поверхні SiO2 та Al2O3 методом температурно-програмованої десорбційної мас-спектрометрії // Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні. - 2012. -Т. 3, № 3. - С. 273-282.

2. L. Davydenko, B. Mischanchuk, V. Pokrovskiy, I. Babich, Yu. Plyuto. TPD-MS and IR Studies of Cr(acac)3 Binding Upon CVD at Silica and Alumina Surfaces. // Chem. Vap. Deposition – 2011. – V. 17. – P.123–127.

3. Д.Б. Насєдкін, І.В. Бабич, Ю.В. Плюто. Хімічні перетворення сполук сірки при синтезі терморозширеного графіту з бісульфату графіту за даними РФС // Сб. Поверхность. – 2011. – Вып. 3(18). – С.180–190.

4. Д.Б. Насєдкін, І.В. Бабич, Ю.В. Плюто. Вивчення графенових наноблоків в терморозширеному графіті // Доповіді Національної академії наук України. – 2011. – № 10. – С.119–124.

5. Д.Б.Насєдкін, І.В. Бабіч, Ю.В. Плюто Можливості застосування адсорбційного методу для визначення товщини наноблоків у терморозширеному графіті // Сб. Поверхность – 2010. Вып. 2(17) – С.190–196.

6. L.F. Sharanda, I.V. Plyuto, A.P. Shpak, I.V. Babich, M. Makkee, J.A. Moulijn, J. Stoch, and Yu.V. Plyuto. Chemical design of carbon coating on the alumina support. // Nanomaterials and Supramolecular Structures / A.P. Shpak, P.P. Gorbyk (eds.). - Springer Science+Business Media B.V., 2009. - Р.119-130.

7. L. Davydenko, Yu. Plyuto, E.M. Moser. Characterisation of sol-gel silica films doped with chromium (III) acetylacetonate // Thin Solid Films. - 2009. - V. 517. - P.3625–3628.

8. T. Levchenko, Yu. Plyuto, N. Kovtyukhova. Sol-gel template-free and template-structured silica films functionalisation with methylene blue dye and Ag nanoparticles // Sol-Gel Methods for Materials Processing / B.V. P. Innocenzi, Y.L. Zub and V.G. Kessler (eds.). - Springer Science + Business Media, 2008. - P.355-361.

9. L. Davydenko, Yu. Plyuto, E. M. Moser, Sol-gel silica films doped with chromium (III) acetylacetonate on aluminium substrate // Sol-Gel Methods for Materials Processing / B.V. P. Innocenzi, Y.L. Zub and V.G. Kessler (eds.). - Springer Science + Business Media, 2008. - P.283-290.

10. I.V. Babich, L.A. Davydenko, L.F. Sharanda, Yu.V. Plyuto, M. Makkee, J.A. Moulijn. Oxidative thermolysis of Mn(acac)3 on the surface of g-alumina support // Thermochimica Acta. - 2007.- V. 456, N2. - P.145-151.

11. T. Levchenko, Yu. Plyuto, N. Kovtyukhova. Functionalisation of the template-free and template-structured silica films synthesised on glass substrates by sol-gel technique // Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology. - 2007. - V.43, N3. - P.269-274.

12. L.F. Sharanda, Y.V. Plyuto, I.V. Babich, I.V. Plyuto, A.P. Shpak, J. Stoch, J.A. Moulijn. Synthesis and characterisation of hybrid carbon-alumina support // Applied Surface Science. - 2006. - V. 252, N 24. - P.8549-8556.

13. I.V. Plyuto, A.P. Shpak, J. Stoch, L.F. Sharanda, Y.V. Plyuto, I.V. Babich, M. Makkee, J. Moulijn. XPS characterisation of carbon-coated alumina support // Surface and Interface Analysis. - 2006. - V. 38, N5. - P.917-921.

 

 

Laboratory of Synthesis and Analysis of Functional Nanomaterials

 

Head of Laboratory

Dubrovin Igor V.

PhD in Chemistry, Senior Researcher

 

 

Telephone: + 380 44 424-12-35

Fax: + 380 44 424-35-67

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from left: technician L.A. Shmygirina, PhD Igor.V. Dubrovin, PhD G.N. Kashyn, PhD N.V. Abramov, junior researcher E.G. Syrenko

 

Laboratory staff is 6 co-workers including 4 PhDs. From 1986, the Laboratory researchers have published more than 185 scientific papers, obtained 9 patents and inventors certificates, 3 candidate dissertations were defended.

 

Directions of investigations

Processes of solid nanomaterial formation at vapor– liquid - solid interfaces; structural and phase transformations in the layers of modified materials obtained by self-organization or directional solidification under exposure to external physical and chemical factors; synthesis of nanoscale compositions with amorphous, poly- and mono-crystalline structures and study of their electrophysical properties.

 

Main results for the recent years

The low-temperature synthesis of nanosized single-domain magnetite at the interface between the solid and liquid phases has been developed. Nanoparticles of cobalt ferrite and solid solutions on its basis have been synthesized by hydrothermal recrystallization process in the microwave field. The effect of cobalt concentrations on the magnetic properties of the synthesized materials has been studied. The maximum values of specific saturation magnetization for solid solutions in the system Fe3O4 - CoFe2O4 and coercive force were about 50 Gs cm3 and 870 Oe.

The results of researches can be a basis for manufacturing new magnetoelectronic materials and devices, magnetic drug carriers, nanocomposites for donor blood purification and magnetic resonance diagnostic agents, hyperthermia agents etc.

With the use of the developed methods inorganic spherical hollow nanoscale particles of silica and titanium dioxide have been produced. Such particles are very promising for biomedical application. The researches performed have shown that the hollow nanoscale spheres may be applied as practically feasible drug carriers.

Zinc oxide nanotubes have been grown on a single-crystal silicon substrate by the hydrothermal synthesis in the temperature range 180-200 °C and at pressure of about 106 Pa. The analysis by Auger electron spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy (Leo Ultra 55 FEG SEM (Zeiss)) confirmed the composition of synthesized nanotubes and showed that the nanotubes were of 30-70 nm in outer diameter, 20-30 nm in inner diameter and up to 2 mm in length. The optimum conditions for growth of such nanotubes have been determined.

The method of deposition of silver nanoclusters on the surface of magnetite nanoparticles has been developed. The possible application of such magnetically operated nanocomposites for the purposes of photodynamic therapy is under investigation. These studies are carried out with the use of tissue markers and medical products for localization of receptors on cell surface and identification of biomolecules.

With the use of the developed method silicon and zinc oxide nanowhiskers (Fig, 4) have been grown by the the vapor - liquid – crystal mechanism. These crystalline nanoobjects are very promising for production of a new generation of electronic and optoelectronic devices (light sources, pixel arrays for scanning devices, night vision equipment, lithium batteries of high capacity). Nanoscale whiskers of 5 to 10 nm in diameter have been produced. The field electron emission has been studied for the arrays of quantum-dimensioned zinc oxide crystals grown on the surface of silicon single crystals. The effect of the growth conditions on the properties of whiskers, their morphological and photoluminescence properties has been studied. The results have shown that the increased temperature of zinc evaporation during the growth are favorable for the growth of arrays composed of whiskers with a lesser average diameter and pronounced oxygen deficiency.

The single crystals of high-temperature superconductor YBa2Cu3O6+ (Тс ~ 90, Тс ~ 1,0 К) with natural faceting and lamellar habit have been grown by the method of oriented crystallization from both stoichiometric and nonstoichiometric fluorine containing solution melts. The oxygen distribution over the surface of lamellar crystals has been examined and mosaic structures of various types with block-boundary angles in the range of 0,05 to 1,5° have been found. The development dynamics of the twin structure on the surface of HTSC lamellar crystal and its correlation with oxygen saturation of the crystal has been studied.

 

Laboratory staff

Dubrovin Igor V., PhD, Head of Laboratory,

tel.: +38 (044) 424-12-35, е-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ;

Abramov Nikolay V., PhD, Senior Researcher,

tel.: +38 (044) 422-96-10, е-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ;

Kashyn Grigorii N., PhD, Senior Researcher,

tel.: +38 (044) 422-96-10, е-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ;

Syrenko Elena G., Junior Researcher

tel.: +38 (044) 422-96-10;

Pylypchuk Yevhenii V., PhD, Junior Researcher

tel.: +38 (044) 424-96-79, е-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ;

Shmygirina Lyudmila A., technician

tel.: +38 (044) 422-96-74, е-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Recent publications

1. N.V. Abramov Magnetic fluids on the basis of cisplatin for application in the cancer therapy // Sb. Poverhnost. - 2013. – Iss. 5 (20). - P. 247 – 256 (in Russian).

2. A.I. Casian, B.M. Gorelov, I.V. Dubrovin. State of the art and prospects of thermoelectricity on organic materials // Journal of Thermoelectricity. – 2012. – N3. – P.7–16.

3. P.P. Gorbyk, І.V. Dubrovіn, M.V. Abramov Synthesis, structure and magnetic characteristics of single-domain nanoparticles of (Fe1- xCoh)Fe2O4 solid solutions // Sb. Poverhnost. - 2012. – Iss. 4 (19) - P.232 – 238 (in Ukrainian).

4. P.P. Gorbyk, I.V. Dubrovin, Yu.A. Demchenko, G.N. Kashin, A.A. Dadykin. Synthesis of zinc oxide nanostructures// Zh. Prikl. Chemistry. - 2011. - V. 84, N 3. - P.365 -368 (in Russian).

5. L.S. Semko, P.P. Gorbyk, І.V. Dubrovіn, D.G. Usov. Method of fabrication of layered magnetic material // Patent of Ukraine N 94069 from 11.04.2011.

6. P.P. Gorbyk, I.V. Dubrovin, A.A. Dadykin, Yu.A. Demchenko. Synthesis of silicon and zinc oxide nanowhiskers and studies of their properties // Nanomaterials and Supramolecular Structures. Physics, Chemistry, and Applications. – Springer Netherlands, 2010. – Р.217–225.

7. P.P. Gorbik, I.V. Dubrovin, A.L. Petranovska, M.P. Turelyk, V.N. Mishchenko, L.P. Storozhuk, N.V. Abramov, S.P. Turanska, S.N. Makhno, E.V. Pylypchuk, V.F. Chekhun, N.Yu. Lukyanova, A.P. Shpak, A.M. Korduban. Magnetically controlled transportation of drugs: current state and prospects of development / Sb. Poverhnost. - 2010. - Iss. 2 (17). - P.286 -297 (in Russian).

8. P.P. Gorbyk, I.V. Dubrovin, G.N. Kashin, Yu.A. Demchenko. Synthesis of crystalline silicon oxide nanostructures // Sb. Poverhnost. - 2010 - Iss. (2 ) 17. - P.214 – 220 (in Russian).

9. P.P. Gorbyk, I.V. Dubrovin, M.N. Filonenko, Yu.A. Demchenko, N.V. Abramov. Preparation of hollow spherical magnetite nanoparticles // Inorganic Materials. – 2009. – V. 45, N12. – Р.1351–1354.

10. P.P. Gorbyk, I.V. Dubrovin, A.L. Petranovska, N.V. Abramov, D.G. Usov, L.P. Storozhuk, S.P. Turanska, M.P. Turelyk, V.F. Chekhun, N.Yu. Lukyanova, A.P. Shpak, O.M. Korduban. Chemical construction of polyfunctional nanocomposites and nanorobots for medico-biological applications // Nanomaterials and Supramolecular Structures. Physics, Chemistry, and Applications. - Springer Netherlands, 2009. – Р.207–216.

 

 

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Conferences

 

Ukrainian conference with international participation 

"CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY OF SURFACE"

 

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Workshop

"MICROWAVES AND NANOPARTICLES FOR REAL-TIME DETECTION OF HUMAN PATHOGENS " 

(multinational research NATO SPS project G5798 «A novel nanoparticle based real-time sensor for B. anthracis and M. tuberculosis»)

 

 

 

19-20 October, 2022, Kyiv

 

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