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Staff

Yurchenko Oleg Ivanovich
Head of department of chemical metrology, doctor of science, professor

yurchenko@karazin.ua

Phone: 8(057)7075539
Room: 1-71, 4-105
Research interests: metrological assurance of spectral atomic methods of analysis with using surface-active substances and diketonates as standards of composition. Investigation of the metrological characteristics of atomic absorption, inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy, X-ray fluorescence and emission spectroscopy of metal content determination in oil products, water, the working area of industrial enterprises, food, raw materials, reference materials and non-ferrous metals and alloys other multicomponent systems.
The head of state budget grant № 17-15-10 and № 16-15-10

Bugaevsky Olexander Anatolevich
Doctor of science, professor
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-102
Research interests: mathematical modeling, metrology, chemical equilibriums

Melnyk Viktor Vasylevych
PhD, associate professor
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-96
Research interests: metrology of chemical analysis, water analysis problems of teaching methods of analytical chemistry; protonate constants, Brensted bases

Reshetnyak Olena Olexandrivna
PhD, associate professor
reshetnyak@univer.kharkov.ua
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-103
Research interests: metrological assurance of the visual test analysis, preparation of comparison samples for binary testing of pollutants in the water of complex composition, the construction of color scales, evaluation of signal additivity, investigation of test reactions in a hardened gelatin gel, new test systems, the methods of sorption-spectroscopic analysis, colorimetry.

Belikov Kostyantyn Mykolayovych
PhD, associate professor, department head of the Institute for Single Crystal
belikov@isc.kharkov.com
Room 4-104
Research interests: inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy, X-ray fluorescence analysis, research of a chemical composition of biological objects, new inorganic materials and single crystals which find wide practical use in scintillation technique, optical devices, medical equipment etc.

Nikitina Nataliya Olexandrivna
PhD, associate professor
nikitina@univer.kharkov.ua
Internet page http://www-chemistry.univer.kharkov.ua/files/Nikitina_CV%20_2_.pdf
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-100, 4-103
Research interests: metrology, test-analysis, complex formation and protolytic equilibrium in heterogeneous medium, synthesis of sorbents for solid phase extraction, anodic stripping voltammetry, gel electrophoresis.

Baklanov Olexander Mykolayovych
Doctor of science, Professor of Chemical Metrology, head of department of the Ukrainian Engineering and Pedagogical Academy
Room: 4-104
Research interests: analytical chemistry of large and small concentrations, physical and physico-chemical methods of analysis (atomic absorption spectrometry, spectrophotometry, potentiometry with ion-selective electrodes, polarography).

Markov Vadym Viktorovych 
Research assistant, teacher
markov.vadim@gmail.com
Phone: 8(057)7075605
Room: 8-37, 4-104
Research interests: chromatography, computational methods, analysis of analytical signal

Teetova Nadiya Petrivna
Research assistant
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-111
Research interests: atomic absorption spectroscopy

Chernysheva Oksana Sergiivna
PhD, research assistant
oks_chernyshova@mail.ru
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-104
Research interests: potentiometry, chromatography, electrophoresis

Konovalova Olga Yuriivna
PhD, science assistant
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-100
Research interests: pharmaceutical analysis, test-analysis, synthesis of monolith sorbents for analytical practice

 

Leonova Nataliia Aleksandrovna

teacher

Room: 4-107

Research interests: spectrophotometry, 2D-spectres, micellar environments 

 

Drokina Lyubov Fedorivna
chief of laboratory
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-99

Klimova Iryna Valeryivna
engineer
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-106

Serdega Elena Mykolaiivna
engineer
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-101

Tokar Lidia Vasylivna
engineer
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-101

Sholom Valentyna Oleksiivna
Engineer
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-99

Kosenko Viktoriya Olexandrivna
engineer
Phone: 8(057)7075248
Room: 4-97

Medical chemistry

The course “MEDICAL CHEMISTRY” for the first-year students of the School of Medicine

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Lecture 2 Medical Chemistry1.07 MB
Lecture 3 Medical Chemistry745.14 KB
Lecture 4 Medical Chemistry532.55 KB

Staff

Valentin Chebanov

www.chebanov.org

chebanov@karazin.ua 

Tel.: +38(057)7075570

Aud. 7-81

Head of Department, Doctor of Science in Chemistry, Professor
The main area of scientific activity is chemistry of heterocyclic compounds concerning multicomponent and one-pot reactions, tuning their position and regioselectivity, application of non-classical activation methods - microwave and ultrasound irradiation. Development of new approaches for combinatorial chemistry and diversity oriented synthesis. Study of photo- and radiochromic organic compounds, organic and inorganic complexones and sorbents. 

 

Vladyslav Cheranovskii

cheranovskii@karazin.ua

Tel.: +38(057)7075352
Aud. 7-87А
Doctor of Science, Professor
Scientific interests: quantum chemistry, nanotechnologies, molecular magnets.

 

Anatolij Zholnovach

Tel.: +38(057)7075171
Aud. 7-89A

Philosophy Doctor in Physical Chemistry, Associate Professor

Scientific interests: Conductometry of non aqua electrolytes solutions.

 

Andrei Kravchenko

a.v.kravchenko@karazin.ua
Tel.: +38(057)7075352
Aud. 7-84

Philosophy Doctor in Physical Chemistry, Associate Professor
Scientific interests: Electrosynthes of novel synthetic metals and semiconductors. Investigation of structure, spectral, magnetic and conductive properties.

 

Alla Krasnopyorova

alla.p.krasnopyorova@karazin.ua
Tel.: +38(057)7075431
Aud. 0-8

Philosophy Doctor in Physical Chemistry, Associate Professor
Scientific interests: physical chemistry of solutions, radiochemistry, radioecology.

 

Anatolij Cherny

acherny47@mail.ru
Tel.: +38 (057)7075131
Aud. 7-80А

Philosophy Doctor in Physical Chemistry, Associate Professor
Scientific interests: physical chemistry of solutions, ecological chemistry.

 

Pavel Efimov

pavel.v.efimov@karazin.ua
Tel.: +38 (057)7075198
Aud. 7-83
Senior Lecturer
Scientific interests: solvatation and complexing in non aqua solutions.

 

Dmitrij Ziolkovskiy

ziolkovskiy@karazin.ua
Tel.: +38 (057)707-55-70

Aud. 7-82

Philosophy Doctor in Physical Chemistry, Assistant Professor
Scientific interests: Synthesys, investigation of properties and possibilities of use of organic conductors. Chemical information systems.

 

Svitlana Vitushkina

vitushkina@karazin.ua

Tel.: +38 (057)7075964

Aud. 7-82

Philosophy Doctor in Inorganic Chemistry, Senior Lecturer, Scientific Associate

Scientific interests: the synthesis and study of mixed-ligand complexes of d-metals based on the 1,3-dithiole-2-thione-4,5-dithiolate and heterocyclic diamines, complexes of d-metal with pseudohalide anions.

 

Alexey Kravchenko

alekseykravch@ukr.net

Tel.: +38 (057)7075352
Aud. 7-87А
Philosophy Doctor in Physical Chemistry, Senior Lecturer

Scientific interests: quantum chemistry, nanotechnologies, molecular magnets.

 

Grigorij Vasilets

vasilets@karazin.ua

Engineer, Lecturer
Tel.: +38 (057) 7075352

Aud. 7-84
Scientific interests: chemistry of solids

 

Nina Rudchenko

Engineer, Head of Laboratory
Tel.: +38 (057) 7075352
Aud. 7-86
Scientific interests:: general and inorganic chemistry

 

Natalja Koshman
Laboratory Assistant
Т.: 8(057)7075352
Aud. 7-86
Scientific interests:: general and inorganic chemistry

 

Oksana Boreiko

Engineer

boreyko@karazin.ua

Tel.: +38 (057) 7075352

Aud. 7-86

Scientific interests:: general and inorganic chemistry

 

Galina Petrenko
Engineer
Tel.: +38 (057) 7075352
Aud. 7-86
Scientific interests: general and inorganic chemistry    

Research staff

Nikolay O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan

Dr. Sci. (Chemistry), Professor, Head of the Department  

mchedlov@karazin.ua

Internet page

http://www-chemistry.univer.kharkov.ua/staff/mchedlov

Phone +38(057)7075266

Room 2-88

Research interests: physical chemistry of non-aqueous and organized solutions, colloid chemistry and nanochemistry, acidity and solvation, molecular spectroscopy. 

 

Natalya A. Vodolazkaya

Dr. Sci. (Chemistry), Professor

vodolazkaya@karazin.ua

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-82

Research interests: chemical equilibria in organized solutions; protolytic equilibria and solvation of organic dyes; solvatochromism; acidity in organic solvents and in microheterogenous systems

 

Nikolay V. Bondarev

Mykola Bondaryev

Candidate of science (Ph.D.), Associate Professor

bondarev_n@rambler.ru

Internet page

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room 2-87

Research interests: chemical and electrochemical thermodynamics, solutions, chemical equilibria

 

Sergey V. Eltsov

Candidate of science (Ph.D.), Associate Professor

eltsov@karazin.ua

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-87

Research interests: physical chemistry of processes in solutions: solubility of non-electrolytes, solvatochromism, protolytic equilibria in organized solutions.

 

Alexander V. Lebed

Candidate of science (Ph.D.), Associate Professor

alebed@karazin.ua

Internet page -

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-86

Research interests: Electrolyte Solutions, Ionic Solvation and Association, Molecular Modelling

 

Vladimir I. Rubtsov

Candidate of science (Ph.D.), Associate Professor

rubtsov@karazin.ua

Internet page

Phone: +38(057)7075066

Room. 2-85

Research interests: Thermodynamics of ion solvation, electrode potentials, conductivity of solutions of unsymmetrical electrolytes, mathematical modeling of chemical equilibriums, volume properties and viscosity of electrolyte solutions

 

Valentin I. Lebed

Doctor Sci. (Chemistry), Consulting Professor

valentin.i.lebed@univer.kharkov.ua

 Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-86

Research interests: Thermodynamics of dissociation and solvation in non-aqueous solutions; physico-chemical properties of non-aqueous solutions. 

 

Elena N. Glazkova

Candidate of science (Ph.D.), Consulting Associate Professor

Phone +38(057)7075445

Room 2-82

Research interests: Thermodynamics of ionic salvation and salts dissolution in water-organic solvents

 

Sergey T. Goga

Staff scientist,  Engineer,

goga@karazin.ua

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-84

Research interests: physical chemistry of solutions; acidity and solvation; non-aqueous solutions; ionic equilibria in solutions; protolytic equilibria; solvatochromism; ionic equilibria in organized solutions; lyophilic ultramicroheterogenous dispersions; micelles of colloidal surfactants

 

Elena M. Niriforova

Junior staff scientist, Engineer

nikiforova@karazin.ua

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-92

Research interests: physical chemistry of processes in solutions: association and solvation of ions, solvatochromism, luminescence, protolytic equilibria in solution.

 

Irina N. Palval

Junior staff scientist

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-82

The theme of thesis for a candidate's degree: "Ionic association picrates with cations of different nature in solvents with low and medium permittivity"

 

Sergey V. Shekhovtsov

Junior staff scientist

Pone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-91

The theme of thesis for a candidate's degree: "The kinetic of oxidation of  Reichardt's betaine dyes in solution"

 

Nadezhda M. Gaidenko

Engineer

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-92

Research interests: study of solutions using Volta-cells. 

 

Svetlana I. Dermelyova

Engineer

dermeleva@karazin.ua

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-92

Research interests: physical chemistry of processes in solutions: thermodynamic and solvation of ions, solubility of electrolytes.

 

Tatyana N. Dzhimieva

Engineer

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-92

Research interests: determination of radionuclides in soils. 

 

Alla V. Kravchina

Engineer

Phone: +38(057)7075445

Room: 2-92

Research interests: acidity in N,N-dimethylformamide - water mixtures.

 

 

"Kyiv-Toulouse" conference. First circular

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VII international scientific conference in chemistry "Kyiv-Toulouse"

VII international scientific conference in chemistry "Kyiv-Toulouse"

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Research staff

Ivan N. Vyunik
Head of Department, D.Sc. in Chemistry, Full Professor
Tel.: (057) 7075483
Room 3-93
Research interests: interparticles interactions in non-aqueous solvents, influence of temperature, solvent, electrolyte particles

Oleg N. Kalugin
Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dean of Chemical Faculty, member of the international Electrochemical Society (ISE)
Tel.: (057) 7075556, 7075173
Fax: (057) 7075556
Room 1-75, 3-96
Research interests:
(1) computer simulation (molecular dynamics simulation and quantum-chemical calculations) of electrolyte solutions, molecular and ionic liquids in bulk and in carbon nanotubes, (2) theoretical and experimental (conductometry, vibrational and NMR spectroscopy, scattering and neutron diffraction) studies of intermolecular, ion-ion and ion- molecular interactions, microstructure and dynamics of particles in ion-molecule systems

Oleg V. Shishkin
D.Sc. in Chemistry, Full Professor
Tel.: (057) 3410273
STC "Institute for Single Crystals" NAS of Ukraine
Research interests: crystal chemistry, computer chemistry

Sergii M. Kіiko
Ph.D., Associate Professor
Tel: (057) 7075483
Room 3-91
Research interests: physical chemistry of non-electrolyte mixed solutions, inorganic functional materials for medical applications

Valentina G. Panchenko
Ph.D., Associate Professor
Tel.: (057) 7075367
Room 3-94
Research interests: physical chemistry of non-aqueous electrolyte solutions

Yaroslav V. Kolesnik
Ph.D., Associate Professor
Tel.: (057) 7075183
Room 3-96
Research interests: molecular dynamics simulation, physical chemistry of electrolyte solutions

Viacheslav N. Baumer
Ph.D., Associate Professor
Tel.: (057) 3410344
STC "Institute for Single Crystals" NAS of Ukrane
Research interests: cristall chemistry and studies of structure of inorganic and organic compounds and materials

Alexander V. Kirichenko
Ph.D., Senior Lecturer
Tel.: (057) 7075335
Room 1-72
Research interests: spectroscopy and molecular modeling

Tatiana V. Chernozhuk
Senior lecturer
web page address -
Tel.: (057) 7075183
Room 3-95
Research interests: physical and chemical studies of non-aqueous electrolyte solutions in a wide temperature and concentration range

Alexander N. Korsun
lecturer
Tel.: (057) 7075183
Room 3-95
Research interests: ab initio molecular dynamic and quantum-chemical study of ion-molecular systems  properties and electronic structure of functional materials based on carbon nanotubes

Iuliia V. Voroshylova
Teaching Assistant
Tel.: (057) 7075183
Room 3-97, 3-98
Research interests: ionic liquids, molecular dynamics simulation, physical and chemical properties of electrolyte solutions, quantum-chemical calculations

Bogdan A. Mareha
Ph.D. student, lecturer
Tel.: (057) 7075183
Room 0-6
Research interests: experimental and theoretical study of the microstructure and dynamics in binary mixtures of ionic liquids with molecular solvents

Anastasiia V. Riabchunova
Ph.D. student
Tel.: (057) 7075183
Room 3-95, 3-97, 3-98
Research interests: electrical conductivity and interparticles interactions in ionic liquids solutions in polar solvents

Methods and Applications of Computational Chemistry

The Fifth International Symposium on Methods and Applications of Computational Chemistry, MACC-5, will be held 1 - 5 July 2013 in Kharkiv (Ukraine). Symposium will take place in the building of SSI "Institute for Single Crystals" (60 Lenin ave.)
Working language

Official language of the Symposium will be English. Please note that no translations will be provided.
Registration and abstract submission (not yet available)

All participants are required to register for the conference through this site and pay the corresponding registration fees. The deadline for registration is 1 April 2013.

Both poster and brief oral presentations are welcomed. Abstracts should be submitted through this site also. The deadline for abstracts submission is 1 May 2013.
Registration fee

Registration fee is 50 USD (or 40 EUR) for all participants, and should be paid in cash during registration. It covers participation, coffee breaks, flash memory card with e-version of the Book of Abstracts. However, it does not cover accommodation, conference dinner, lunches, and city excursion.

A limited number of grants (in the form of fee discount etc.) will be available for Ukrainian scientists only. Ukrainian scientists may also pay the registration fee (in UAH) using a bank transfer.

http://xray.isc.kharkov.com/MACC-5/index.php

Topics of research work

15-15-12 Kholin Yu. V.

SORPTION AND SEPARATION PROCESSES ON THE NANOSTRUCTURED MONOLITHIC, SOLID AND POROUS MATERIALS

 

16-15-10 Yurchenko O.I.

PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL AND HEURISTIC MODELS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS BINDING BY SELF-ORGANIZED LIOPHILIC NANODISPERSIONS

 


Kharkov University Bulletin. Chemical Series.

Own site of journal

 

Kharkov University Bulletin

Chemical Series

Editor-in-Chief ScD Prof. A. Korobov

e-mail: Alexander.I.Korobov@univer.kharkov.ua


Secretary: A. P. Radchenkova

The bulletin is officially authorized by the Highest Attestation Commission of Ukraine to publish results of research submitted for PhD and ScD degrees.

 

Issued once or twice a year.

The Chemical Series publishes papers devoted to various aspects of theoretical chemistry, chemical analysis, organic chemistry, physical chemistry of solutions and surface phenomena, electrochemistry, materials chemistry. It is published since 1935. Reviews, regular papers and brief communications of leading experts and young scientists from Kharkov and other cities of Ukraine and other countries are published in Ukrainian, Russian and English. All papers are peer reviewed. The Bulletin is processed by the “Chemical Abstracts” (USA) and “РЖ Химия” (Russia). For researches, university teachers and students.

 

Postal address:

School of Chemistry,

V. N. Karazin Kharkov National University,

Svobody sq., 4, Kharkov, Ukraine, 61077.

e-mail: Alexander.I.Korobov@univer.kharkov.ua

 

 

Full texts of published articles

 

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2010. № 932. Chemical Series. Issue 19(42).


Kharkov University Bulletin. 2010. № 895. Chemical Series. Issue 18(41).

 

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2009. №870. Chemical Series. Issue 17(40).

 

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2008. № 820. Chemical Series. Issue 16(39)

 

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2007. №770. Chemical Series. Issue 15(38).

 

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2006. №731. Chemical Series. Issue 14(37).

 

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2005. №669. Chemical Series. Issue 13(36).

Administration

Декан хімічного факультету

Dean of Faculty of Chemistry – Oleg Kalugin, Ph.D., associate professor, tel.: 707-55-56



Deputy dean on academic affairs – Oleg Yurchenko, D.Sc., associate professor, tel.: 707-55-39


Deputy dean on science – Andrey Doroshenko, D.Sc., professor, tel.: 707-53-35


Deputy dean on education – Sergey Eltsov, Ph.D., associate professor, tel.: 707-54-45


Deputy dean on public relations – Pavel Efimov, Ph.D., senior lecturer, tel.: 707-51-98


Декан хімічного факультету


Left to right: Dr. A. Doroshenko, Dr. O. Yurchenko, Dr. P. Efimov, Dr. S. Eltsov, Dr. O. Kalugin

















Deans office: tel. 707-51-37, e-mail: chem@univer.kharkov.ua


Secretaries:


Nataliya Vorobiova – chargeable for full-time students


Lolita Tarasenko – chargeable for full-time students


Tatiana Verbitskaya – chargeable for postal tuition



Chairs of departments:

 


В'юник Іван Миколайович Chair of Inorganic Chemistry Department Ivan Vyunnik, D.Sc., professor, tel.: 707-54-83
Юрченко Олег Іванович Chair of Chemical Metrology Department

Oleg Yurchenko, D.Sc., professor, tel.: 707-55-39

Мчедлов-Петросян Микола Отарович Chair of Physical Chemistry Department

– Nikolay Mchedlov-Petrossyan, D.Sc., professor, tel.: 707-52-66

Орлов Валерій Дмитрович Chair of Organic Chemistry Department – Valeriy Orlov, D.Sc., professor, state honoured worker of science and engineering, academician of Higher education Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, tel.:
Холін Юрій Валентинович Chair of Department of Chemical Study of Materials – Yuriy Kholin, D.Sc., professor, laureate of state science and technology award, tel.: 707-51-43
Жолновач Анатолій Михайлович Chair of Theoretical Chemistry Department

– Anatoliy Ghelnovach, Ph.D., associate professor, tel.: 707-51-71

Major publications

  1. Protolytic Properties of Dyes Embedded in Gelatin Films / Nataliya A. Nikitina, Elena A. Reshetnyak, Nataliya V. Svetlova, Nikolay O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan // J. Braz. Chem. Soc., Vol. 22, No. 5, 857-866, 2011.
  2. Application of Colorimerty as an Analytical Tool / Nikitina N, Reshetnyak E, hevchenko V, Zhitnyakovskaya Y. // Studia UBB Chemia . – Issue 56 (4). – 2011, P. 265-282.
  3. Photometric determination of aqueous cobalt (II), nickel (II), copper (II) and iron (III) with 1-nitroso-2-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid disodium salt in gelatin films / Nataliya Nikitina, 
  4. Elena Reshetnyak, Natalia Ivchenko // Cent. Eur. J. Chem. – 2012. - V. 10., №5. Р. 1617-1623
  5. Anatoliy V. Drozd and Tatyana S. Tishakova “Spectrophotometric determination of trace amounts of iodide-ions in form of ionic associate with brilliant green using electrochemical oxidation” // Central European Journal of Chemistry. - Volume 9, Number 3, p. 432-436.  
  6. Loginova L., Chernysheva O. The effect of surfactant micelle media on the copper (II) and cadmium (II) complex formation with some ligands // Journal of Molecular Liquids,-2000, v. 85, № 3, p. 351-359.
  7. Boichenko A.P. Re-evaluated Data of Dissociation Constants of Alendronic, Pamidronic and Olpadronic Acids / A.P. Boichenko, V.V. Markov, H. Le Kong, A.G. Matveeva, L.P. Loginova // Central European J. Chem. — 2009. — Vol. 7 (1) — P. 8-13.
  8. Impact of Lu/Gd ratio and activator concentration on structure and scintillation properties of LGSO:Ce crystals / O. Sidletskiy, V. Bondar, B. Grinyov, D. Kurtsev [et al] // Journal of Crystal Growth, 312 (2010), 601-606.
  9. Yurchenko O.I., Titova N.P., Kurochkina E.S. Selection of sample preparation methods for petroleum products atomic spectral analisis // Journal of applied spectroscopy, 2010, Vol. 77, №2.- P. 296-299.

Staff

Professor Yuriy Kholin

Personal web-page

kholin@univer.kharkov.ua

tel. +38 057 707 51 43

room 6-92

Scientific interests: Data analysis in chemistry (robust non-linear regression, ill-posed problems, cluster analysis, fuzzy sets theory, QSPR); quantitative physicochemical analysis; hybrid silica/organic materials (preparation, properties, analytical applications); metrology of qualitative analysis; chemical education.

 

Professor Alexander Korobov

Alexander.I.Korobov@univer.kharkov.ua

tel. +38 057 707 51 29

room 6-89

Scientific interests: Kinetics of chemical reactions. Kinetics and mechanisms of reactions proceeding in the solid state with the destruction of the original crystal matrices (crystolysis reactions according to A.K. Galwey). Issues of the data analysis. Discrete models for crystolysis of single crystals capable of explicit representation of the crystal structure of a solid reagent. Inverse kinetic problems in discrete statement. Problems of mathematical chemistry faced in constructing and employing these discrete models. Reactivity/stability of crystalline substances and materials. Surface chemistry; discrete models of nucleation and growth to impingement processes, growth and form, island formation in thin-film growth.

 

Professor Vladimir Ivanov

vivanov@univer.kharkov.ua

tel. +38 057 707 52 45

room 6-98

Scientific interests: chemical applications of coupled-clusters theory in multidimensional model spaces. Ab initio calculations of molecules. Non-linear optics. QSAR.

 

Associated Professor Anatoly Shkumat

shkumat@univer.kharkov.ua

tel. +38 057 707 51 95 +38 057 707 51 97

room 6-101 6-100

Scientific interests: synthesis, properties and use of five or six-membered heterocyclic organic phosphors with fragments containing oxygen, sulfur and nitrogen. Reactivity of aromatic and heterocyclic oxocompounds.

 

Lecturer Inna Khristenko

tel. +38 057 707 51 43

room 6-93

khristenko@univer.kharkov.ua

Scientific interests: organo-mineral materials (synthesis, research, application). QSAR analysis of the polarity of the medium.

 

Head of Laboratory Helena Shulichenko

shulichenko@univer.kharkov.ua

tel. +38 057 707 51 95

room 6-99

Scientific interests: physical chemistry of reactions in non-traditional media.

 

Lecturer Vladimir Kotlyar

kotlyar.v.n@mail.ru

room 6-103

Scientific interests: synthesis and investigation of heterocyclic compounds.

 

Associate Professor Anton Panteleimonov

Personal web-page

panteleimonov@univer.kharkov.ua

tel. +38 057 707 52 45

room 6-97

Scientific interests: metrology of qualitative chemical analysis, data analysis in chemistry, chemometrics, quantitative physicochemical analysis.

 

Post-graduate Andrew Baraban

baraban@univer.kharkov.ua

tel. +38 057 707 56 71

room 6-105

Scientific interests: sol-gel materials, physical chemistry of surface-modified silicas.

 

Post-graduate Yaroslava Pushkareva

yaroslava.kr@mail.ru

tel +38 057 707 51 95

room 6-102

Scientific interests: chemometrics, the use of artificial neural networks for solving of the problems of qualitative chemical analysis, the robustness of the algorithms to the data variation.

Kharkov University Bulletin. Chemical Series.

Kharkov University Bulletin. Chemical Series

Editor-in-Chief ScD Prof. A. Korobov
e-mail: Alexander.I.Korobov@univer.kharkov.ua


Secretary: A. P. Radchenkova
The bulletin is officially authorized by the Highest Attestation Commission of Ukraine to publish results of research submitted for PhD and ScD degrees. 

Issued once or twice a year.

The Chemical Series publishes papers devoted to various aspects of theoretical chemistry, chemical analysis, organic chemistry, physical chemistry of solutions and surface phenomena, electrochemistry, materials chemistry. It is published since 1935. Reviews, regular papers and brief communications of leading experts and young scientists from Kharkov and other cities of Ukraine and other countries are published in Ukrainian, Russian and English. All papers are peer reviewed. The Bulletin is processed by the “Chemical Abstracts” (USA) and “РЖ Химия” (Russia). For researches, university teachers and students.

Postal address:

 

School of Chemistry, 

V. N. Karazin Kharkov National University, 
Svobody sq., 4, Kharkov, Ukraine, 61077. 

e-mail: Alexander.I.Korobov@univer.kharkov.ua

 

Official page: http://www-chemistry.univer.kharkov.ua/en/bulletin

Analytical chemistry laboratory

Научно-исследовательская Аналитическая лаборатория кафедры химической метрологии Харьковского национального университета имени В.Н. Каразина Аналитическая лаборатория кафедры химической метрологии аттестована на проведение измерений в сфере распространения Государственного метрологического контроля согласно области аттестации, свидетельство № 100-1859/2005 от 01.08.2005. Область аттестации включает определение показателей состава питьевой воды, поверхностных и сточных вод, пищевых продуктов, продукции растениеводства, показателей качества некоторых химических реактивов и сырья. Аналитическая лаборатория выполняла химико-аналитические исследования для ряда организаций г. Харькова, таких как АО «Хладопром», Институт овощеводства и бахчеводства УААН, ООО «Данко Декор», ООО «Украинская тентовая компания» и др. Кроме непосредственно химико-аналитических измерений, в Аналитической лаборатории при сотрудничестве со специалистами других организаций успешно выполняются заказные поисковые исследования, имеющие обычно эксклюзивный характер (отсутствие методик анализа, нестандартные задачи, многокомпонентные объекты, новые материалы). На базе Аналитической лаборатории проводятся семинары и курсы повышения квалификации персонала химико-аналитических лабораторий и метрологических служб предприятий. Программы учебных мероприятий включают такие темы как «Погрешность и неопределенность химико-аналитических измерений»; «Способы выражения, оценка и контроль неопределенности»; «Основные положения и метрологические характеристики методов анализа»; «Система контроля качества измерений» и т.д. Составлены программы повышения квалификации персонала лабораторий, не имеющих высшего образования. Аналитическая лаборатория принимает участие в раундах профессионального тестирования лабораторий, работающих в области анализа объектов окружающей среды. Контакты: Тел. 707-56-05 707-52-48 кафедра

6th International Conference CHEMISTRY OF NITROGEN CONTAINING HETEROCYCLES

The International conference “Chemistry of Nitrogen Containing Heterocycles” is a regular event carrying out every three years in Kharkiv (Ukraine) and involving recognized and young scientists working in the fields of organic chemistry, pharmacy and material science. The 6th Conference (CNCH-2012) will be held in Kharkiv at November 12th – 16th, 2012 under general coordination of Institute of Organic Chemistry of NAS of Ukraine (Kyiv), State Scientific Institution “Institute for Single Crystals” of NAS of Ukraine (Kharkiv), V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Kharkiv) and National University of Pharmacy (Kharkiv) and under general financial support of Enamin Ltd.

Conference will be held at SSI “Institute for Single Crystals”, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University and National University of Pharmacy (depending on the day) in two sessions:

  • Synthesis, structure, properties and reactivity of nitrogen containing heterocycles and mechanisms of reactions.
  • Functional materials and biological active substances with nitrogen containing heterocycles.

Also, there is planned Workshop in specific topics:

  • Microwave organic synthesis. 
  • Non-classical methods of chemical process activation.

We would like to offer you make a talk in any of the declared themes of your choice.
Official report and abstract language is English.

We are looking forward to having you to be part of the CNCH-2012.

http://www.isc.kharkov.com/cnch2012/index.php

Dissertation Board Д64.051.14

Dissertation Board Д64.051.14

Consider Doctoral and Ph.D. thesis in the following specialties: 02.00.02 - analytical chemistry 02.00.03 - organic chemistry 02.00.04 - physical chemistry.

The School provides graduate training in these directions.
Head:
Professor Orlov V. D.

Deputy:
professor Mchedlov-Petrossyan N. O.

Secretary:
Panchenko V. G.

Co-diploma projects

LETTER OF INTENT
REGARDING THE JOINT MASTER PROGRAM
IN SPECIALITY ‘CHEMISTRY’
On the basis of long-standing partnership and according to the general agreement signed between two institutions on 20th March 2009, the V.N. Karazin Kharkov National University (KhNU) of Ukraine and the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis (UNS) of France express their interest and will to create a Joint Master Program in Speciality ‘Chemistry’


Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Département de Chimie
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V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University & School of Chemistry
http://www.univer.kharkov.ua
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Open PhD and Postdoc positions

1. Proposition of a Post Doc Position in Le Creusot FRANCE - details in the attach file

 

2. Full scholarship for 10 foreign PhD or M.Sc. students (see the website http://sie.njust.edu.cn/). The deadline for the application is on March 31. Candidates who got his/her bachelor or master degree in Chemistry or Material Science are welcome. Proficiency in written and oral communication in English is a prerequisite. More information for the full scholarship:

1. ten foreign students who pursue their master OR doctoral degrees.

2. for master degree, one must have got or will get his/her bachelor degree. length of schooling: 2.5 years. RMB1700/month stipend will be provided.

3. for PhD degree, one must get or will get his/her mater degree. length of schooling: 4 years. RMB1900/month stipend will be provided.

4. free tuition, medicare and living room.

5. an one-off subsidy of RMB1500 for everyone after registered.

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Contacts

Vodolazkaya Natalya
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17.02 2nd International Conference on Bio-Sensing Technology 2011

 

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Following the success of the inaugural conference on Bio-Sensing Technology in 2009, Elsevier, IBST and University of the West of England are teaming up once again to bring you the 2nd International Conference on Bio-Sensing Technology in October 2011 in Amsterdam!

The conference will include:

  • Presentations from leading specialists highlighting new opportunities in bio-sensing technologies
  • An opportunity to share best practice in the integration of technologies for bio-sensing
  • An exhibition of leading-edge, commercial technology
  • A poster forum for unveiling new research ideas and concepts
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  • A strong industry focus with companies presenting their technologies

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Prof. Marco Mascini,
Dipartimento di Chimica
Sesto Fiorentino, Italy

Dr. Till T. Bachmann
Chief Operating Officer and Head of Biochip Research
University of Edinburgh Medical School, Scotland

Dr J.D. Newman
Advanced Biosciences MSc Programme Director
Cranfield University, UK

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The four sessions of the conference will be:

  • Biomarkers
  • Sensor technology
  • Instrumentation and data processing
  • System Integration

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Department of Chemical Metrology

 

Department of Chemical Metrology was organized in 1967 on the basis of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and inherited the traditions of researches and education in field of analytical chemistry, which have been grounded during the first decades after University foundation in 1805. Professors N.P. Komar, L.P. Adamovich, I.G. Perkov, A.B. Blank have worked at the Department of Chemical Metrology. The results obtained by N.P. Komar et al in the field of multicomponent spectrophotometry are well known among scientists. The names of inventors are used for identification of methods of chemical equilibria investigation in solutions developed at Department of Chemical Metrology (Komar method, Adamovich method, Tolmachev method). The fundamental textbooks on quality analysis have been prepared by N.P. Komar.

Today the Department of Chemical Metrology train students by the specialtyAnalytical chemistry and chemical metrologyand «Pharmaceutical chemistry». The Department is responsible for teaching of general course «Analytical chemistry» for students of Faculty of Chemistry and Faculty of Biology, special courses «Test and chromatographic methods of analysis», «Metrological assurance of materials composition measurements», «Mathematical modeling of analytical systems», «Multicomponent analysis», «Pharmaceutical analysis and quality control of drugs» etc. In the last years new general courses «Ecoanalytical chemistry» and «Modern methods of chromatography and electrophoresis» for masters and specialists have been developed. The textbook «Theoretical basis and methods of solution of analytical chemistry tasks » (2003) prepared by the staff of Department was recommended by Ministry of Sciences and Education of Ukraine as tutorial for undergraduate students of high schools in Ukraine.

Department of Chemical Metrology has collaboration with specialists of Kharkiv branch of Ukranian Pharmaceutical Institute of Quality, Joint stock company «Stoma», Institutes of general and inorganic chemistry and elementorganic compounds RAS (Moscow), Universities of Lyon (France), Bradford (United Kingdom) etc. The scientific work of the Department is coordinated by Scientific Council NAS of Ukraine by the problem of «Analytical chemistry» and is aimed at the development of atomic spectroscopy, UV-Vis spectroscopy, potentiometry, thin-layer chromatography, high-performance liquid chromatography, test-analysis, multicomponent analysis according to following directions:

· mathematical modeling of analytical systems, chemometrics;

· nanosized and nanostructured systems in chemical analysis;

· chemical equilibria in solutions and self-organized lyophilic nanodispersions;

· certified reference materials for atomic spectroscopic analysis;

· simultaneous quantification of compounds with similar properties on the basis of multidimensional spectra;

· theory and practice of micellar liquid chromatography and micellar thin-layer chromatography;

· quantitative structure-retention-property relationships of biologically active compounds by using chromatographic data;

· metrological assurance of test analysis.

Head of the Department of Chemical Metrology is Professor, Dr.Sci. Lidia  Loginova. Also, at the Department of Chemical Metrology 1 Prof. Dr. Sci. (Alexander Bugaevskij), 9 PhD (6 of them are Assoc. Prof.), 3 researchers, 4 engineers, 2 laboratory assistants, 1 head of the laboratory and 5 PhD students are working. Analytical laboratory of Department grants the consulting service and scientific-expert service, carries out the courses on enhancement of qualification for staff of analytical laboratories. The Department of Chemical Metrology is responsible for Kharkiv city theoretical and practical seminar «Modern problems of chemical analysis and quality control».

 

Department of chemical metrology

Department of Chemical Metrology was organized in 1967 on the basis of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and inherited the traditions of researches and education in field of analytical chemistry, which have been grounded during the first decades after University foundation in 1805. Professors N.P. Komar, L.P. Adamovich, I.G. Perkov, A.B. Blank have worked at the Department of Chemical Metrology. The results obtained by N.P. Komar et al in the field of multicomponent spectrophotometry are well known among scientists. The names of inventors are used for identification of methods of chemical equilibria investigation in solutions developed at Department of Chemical Metrology (Komar method, Adamovich method, Tolmachev method). The fundamental textbooks on quality analysis have been prepared by N.P. Komar.

Today the Department of Chemical Metrology train students by the specialtyAnalytical chemistry and chemical metrologyand «Pharmaceutical chemistry». The Department is responsible for teaching of general course «Analytical chemistry» for students of Faculty of Chemistry and Faculty of Biology, special courses «Test and chromatographic methods of analysis», «Metrological assurance of materials composition measurements», «Mathematical modeling of analytical systems», «Multicomponent analysis», «Pharmaceutical analysis and quality control of drugs» etc. In the last years new general courses «Ecoanalytical chemistry» and «Modern methods of chromatography and electrophoresis» for masters and specialists have been developed. The textbook «Theoretical basis and methods of solution of analytical chemistry tasks » (2003) prepared by the staff of Department was recommended by Ministry of Sciences and Education of Ukraine as tutorial for undergraduate students of high schools in Ukraine.

Department of Chemical Metrology has collaboration with specialists of Kharkiv branch of Ukranian Pharmaceutical Institute of Quality, Joint stock company «Stoma», Institutes of general and inorganic chemistry and elementorganic compounds RAS (Moscow), Universities of Lyon (France), Bradford (United Kingdom) etc. The scientific work of the Department is coordinated by Scientific Council NAS of Ukraine by the problem of «Analytical chemistry» and is aimed at the development of atomic spectroscopy, UV-Vis spectroscopy, potentiometry, thin-layer chromatography, high-performance liquid chromatography, test-analysis, multicomponent analysis according to following directions:

· mathematical modeling of analytical systems, chemometrics;

· nanosized and nanostructured systems in chemical analysis;

· chemical equilibria in solutions and self-organized lyophilic nanodispersions;

· certified reference materials for atomic spectroscopic analysis;

· simultaneous quantification of compounds with similar properties on the basis of multidimensional spectra;

· theory and practice of micellar liquid chromatography and micellar thin-layer chromatography;

· quantitative structure-retention-property relationships of biologically active compounds by using chromatographic data;

· metrological assurance of test analysis.

Head of the Department of Chemical Metrology is Professor, Dr.Sci. Lidia  Loginova. Also, at the Department of Chemical Metrology 1 Prof. Dr. Sci. (Alexander Bugaevskij), 9 PhD (6 of them are Assoc. Prof.), 3 researchers, 4 engineers, 2 laboratory assistants, 1 head of the laboratory and 5 PhD students are working. Analytical laboratory of Department grants the consulting service and scientific-expert service, carries out the courses on enhancement of qualification for staff of analytical laboratories. The Department of Chemical Metrology is responsible for Kharkiv city theoretical and practical seminar «Modern problems of chemical analysis and quality control».

 


Ph.D. Student Molecular Photonics/Catalysis at the University of Amsterdam

Ph.D. Student Molecular Photonics/Catalysis at the University of Amsterdam
"Photocatalytic Water Splitting in Microfluidic Devices"

The ambitious goal of this project is to integrate photo-induced water splitting systems (light harvesting, oxidation catalyst, reduction catalyst) in a microfluidic system. The project is a collaboration between the catalysis group (prof. J.N.H. Reek) and the Molecular Photonics group (prof. A.M. Brouwer) at the van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences  (Amsterdam) and the Mesofluidics group of the MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology Twente (prof. H. Gardeniers) in the framework of the FOM program Towards Biosolar Cells. The role of the PhD student will be to investigate the photochemical aspects of the water splitting process by means of steady-state and time-resolved optical spectroscopies in solution and in the prototype microfluidic devices. The results will be used in feedback loops to optimize the antenna ! and catalyst systems, and the molecular structural organization within the devices. This multi-faceted project, executed in our brand new Amsterdam Science Park Laboratories, will give the student an excellent and broad training, that will form a strong basis for a career in industry or academia.

Requirements
Applicants must have an M.Sc. degree in chemistry or physics and be strongly motivated to conduct scientific research. Training in experimental physical chemistry (preferably laser spectroscopy) and affinity with molecular chemistry are necessary. The PhD student should be able to handle chemical systems (accurately prepared concentrations, oxygen free conditions, etc.), to acquire data with spectroscopic equipment (steady-state and time-resolved absorption and fluorescence, confocal microscopy) and to analyze the results with computer software. Basic programming skills are indispensable.

More information
The PhD student will be employed! by the Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM) but work and study at the University of Amsterdam. More information can be obtained from prof. Fred Brouwer.
Email: a.m.brouwer@uva.nl Phone: +31 20 525 5491
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Kharkov University Bulletin. 2010. № 932. Chemical Series. Issue 19(42)

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P. 9. Vinilogs of 2,5-diaryloxazole with the increased intramolecular donor-acceptor interaction. R. Yu. Ilyashenko, E. C. Roschina, A. O. Doroshenko483.23 KB
P. 26. 2,6-bis(5-phenyl-1,3-thiazol-2-yl)pyridine, 2,6-bis(1,3-benzthiazol-2-yl)pyridine and 2,6- bis(benzimidazol-2-yl)pyridine as prospective fluorescent sensors for heavy metals ions. I. Yu. Sevrukov, O. A. Kovalenko, O. V. Nevskii etc.589.95 KB
P. 37. Theoretical investigations of structure and interconversions of tautomers of diflavonol derivatives in the ground and excited states. A. G. Chalyi, A. D. Roshal417.69 KB
P. 46. The Synthesis, Structure and Reactions of N-methylmorpholinium 2-[3-Amino-2-cyano-1-(4- methylphenyl)-3-thioxopropyl]-3-oxocyclohex-1-en-1-olate. V. V. Dotsenko352 KB
P. 53. Multicomponent synthesis of 2-alkylseleno-4-(2-chlorophenyl)-3-cyano-4,5-trans-6-hydroxy-5- (2-thenoyl)-6-trifluoromethyl-1,4,5,6-tetrahydropyridines. S. G. Krivokolysko310.4 KB
P. 56. Cyclomethylenation of benzimidazolic analogues of chalkones and stilbenes. V. N. Kotlyar, P. A. Pushkarev, I. M. Gella, V. D. Orlov322.29 KB
P. 62. Dissimilar association between single- and double-charged anions with Alizarin Red S and the influence of ionic surfactants. S. A. Shapovalov, Ya. A. Svishchova433.02 KB
P. 70. Reconnaissance Analysis and Chemоinformatics Methods in the Thermodynamics of Equilibria. S. N. Bondarev, N. V. Bondarev486.45 KB
P. 86. The volume- properties of binary system of hexylene glycol + water. A. P. Krasnopyorova, V. V. Tkachenko, G. D. Yukhno, A. N. Lyapunovа, E. P. Bezuglaya410.23 KB
P. 93. Conductance and ion association constants of cetyltrimethylammonium, tetra-npentylammonium and N-cetylpyridinium perchlorates in acetone at 298.15 К. S. T. Goga327.3 KB
P. 96. The limiting molar conductivity of the ionic complexes of maсroligands in solutions. P. V. Efimov, V. Yu. Kholodova, I. M. Vyunnik, A. M. Zholnovach344.32 KB
P. 101. Investigation of Energetics of Redox Particles Processes in Electrochemical Systems. V. I. Larin, Y. A. Samoilov, S. A. Shapovalov618.56 KB
P. 112. Formation of nanostructured anodic oxides of aluminium in oxalic acid. T. S. Lukashchuk, V. I. Larin, S. V. Pshenichnaya403.06 KB
P. 119. Anodic behavior of ferromanganese in concentrated solutions of sodium hydroxide. O. V. Pavlova, E. A. Belaynovskaya, I. D. Golovko, V. I. Suprunovich, D. A. Golovko459.34 KB
P. 124. Adsorption and inhibitor properties of geptilsulfonate sodium on different electrodes. N. V. Amirulloeva, I. G. Tkach, R. G. Starov, V. B. Obraztsov355.94 KB
P. 129. Modelling of interaction of cyanotriamide with a surface of the active carbons. Yu. O. Tarasenko, S. V. Zhurakvsky, I. N. Dukhno, M. T. Kartel, V. D. Khavryuchenko415.15 KB
P. 139. Carbon forms resulted from thermolysis of iron subgroup metal oxalates. V. N. Kolesnikov, V. N. Baumer364.14 KB
P. 144. Electrosynthesis of conducting cation-radical salt with participation of tritiotungstate-anion. O. N. Kazheva, G. G. Alexandrov, O. A. Dyachenko, A. V. Kravchenko, B. L. Konopatskyi, A. V. Khotkevich, V. A. Starodub, V. V. Medvedev402.36 KB
P. 150. Quantum chemical modelling of acetonitrile within pseudopotential and all-electron approaches. O. M. Korsun, О. N. Kalugin587.74 KB
«Top-down» подход для оценки неопределенности измерений диэлектрической проницаемости неводных растворителей и их многокомпонентных смесей. В. А. Руднев, А. П. Бойченко, П. В. Карножицкий482.38 KB
P. 170. Parameterization of artificial neural networks in solving the tasks of qualitative chemical analysis. Ia. N. Krasnianchyn, A. V. Panteleimonov, Yu. V. Kholin455.75 KB
P. 182. Spectrophotometric determination of vanadium (V) with 1-(2-pyridylazo)-2-naphthol in objects of vegetable nature. A. V. Drozd, N. A. Leonova338.34 KB
P. 188. Precision of chromatographic peaks area in micellar liquid chromatography. A. L. Iwashchenko, A. P. Boichenko, А. V. Osipov, L. P. Loginova479.4 KB
P. 198. Random error of absorbances determination in HPLC-DAD. M. Levin, A. Mirniy, N. Ovcharenco, I. Trutaev915.04 KB
P. 208. About of portable photometer application for registration of sorbent color in chemical analysis. Е. А. Reshetnyak, N. А. Nikitina, D. V. Snizhko, Ya. A. Zhitnyakovskaya, Ya. А. Bondarenko, V. M. Ostrovskaya410.16 KB
P. 216. Association of polysulfone-(1,1-dimethyl-3,5-piperidine) methylen hydroxide with phenol red and cresol red in water solutions. T. S. Chmilenko, E. A. Chebrova, F. A. Chmilenko392.67 KB
P. 224. Influence of solvent nature on solubility of chloro- and bromobenzenes. M. V. Prezhdo, L. P. Loginova425.44 KB
P. 234. Results comparison of determination of copper and zinc in food by the means of atomicabsorption and atomic-emission with inductively-coupled plasma spectrometry. O. I. Yurchenko, N. P. Titova, E. E. Kachura, M. A. Dobriyan335.88 KB
P. 239. Atomic-absorption and atomic-emission with inductively-coupled plasma determination of analytes in single crystals. O. I. Yurchenko, N. P. Titova, V. K. Djavadov, M. A. Dobriyan, T. V. Chernozhuk308.21 KB
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18.12 Atomic Weights of Ten Chemical Elements About to Change

 

http://www.iupac.org/web/nt/2010-12-13_2009-atomic-weights

 

News: Atomic Weights of Ten Chemical Elements About to Change

A new Table of Standard Atomic Weights is published in Pure and Applied Chemistry. A companion article titled “Atomic Weights—No Longer Constants of Nature” is published in Chemistry International.

For the first time in history, a change will be made to the atomic weights of some elements listed on the Table of Standard Atomic Weights of the chemical elements found in the inside covers of chemistry textbooks worldwide.

The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry’s (IUPAC) Commission on Isotopic Abundances and Atomic Weights is publishing a new table that will express atomic weights of ten elements as intervals, rather than as single standard values. The new table is the result of cooperative research supported by the U.S. Geological Survey, IUPAC, and other contributing Commission members and institutions.

Standard atomic weights commonly are thought of as constants of nature, despite the fact that atomic weights of many common chemical elements show variations as a result of physical, chemical and biological processes.

“For more than a century and a half, many were taught to use standard atomic weights — a single value — found on the inside cover of chemistry textbooks and on the periodic table of the elements,” said Ty Coplen, director of the USGS Reston Stable Isotope Laboratory. “Though this change offers significant benefits in the understanding of chemistry, one can imagine the challenge now to educators and students who will have to select a single value out of an interval when doing chemistry calculations.”

The standard atomic weights for hydrogen, lithium, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, silicon, sulfur, chlorine and thallium previously were expressed as central values with uncertainties that reflected natural atomic-weight variations. The weights of these elements now will be expressed as intervals to more accurately convey this variation in atomic weight. For example, boron is commonly known to have a standard atomic weight of 10.811. However, its actual atomic weight can be anywhere between 10.806 and 10.821, depending on where the element is found.

The atomic weight of an element depends upon how many stable isotopes it has and the relative amount of each stable isotope. Isotopes are atoms of the same element that have different masses. Variations in atomic weight occur when an element has two or more naturally occurring stable isotopes that vary in abundance.

Modern analytical techniques can measure the atomic weight of many elements precisely, and these small variations in an element’s atomic weight are important in research and industry. For example, precise measurements of the abundances of isotopes of carbon can be used to determine purity and source of food products, such as vanilla and honey. Isotopic measurements of nitrogen, chlorine and other elements are used for tracing pollutants in streams and groundwater. In sports doping investigations, performance enhancing testosterone can be identified in the human body because the atomic weight of carbon in natural human testosterone is higher than that in pharmaceutical testosterone.

Elements with only one stable isotope do not exhibit variations in their atomic weights. For example, the standard atomic weights for fluorine, aluminum, sodium and gold are constant, and their values are known to better than six decimal places.

The USGS has a long history of research in determining atomic weights of the chemical elements. As far back as 1882, Frank W. Clark, chief chemist of the USGS, prepared a table of atomic weights.

The year 2011 has been designated as the International Year of Chemistry. The IYC is an official United Nations International Year, proclaimed at the UN as a result of the initiative of IUPAC and UNESCO. IUPAC will feature the change in the standard atomic weights table as part of associated IYC activities.

This fundamental change in the presentation of the atomic weights is based upon work between 1985 and 2010 supported by IUPAC, the USGS, and other contributing Commission members and institutions. IUPAC oversees the evaluation and dissemination of atomic-weight values.

Fundamental research underlying the changes in the atomic weight presentation for selected elements is compiled in the report “Compilation of minimum and maximum isotope ratios of selected elements in naturally occurring terrestrial materials and reagents.” An abbreviated version of this report is published in the IUPAC journal Pure and Applied Chemistry, Vol. 74, No. 10, pp. 1987–2017 (2002). (doi:10.1351/pac200274101987). An overview of the standard atomic weights through the 20th century is also available.

 

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Kharkov University Bulletin. 2010. № 895. Chemical Series. Issue 18(41).

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Guides for authors184.48 KB
P. 9. Quantum study of collinear reactive scattering in the exchange reaction H + ClH' → HCl + H'. D. P. Babyuk, V. V. Nechyporuk452.72 KB
P. 16. CASCCSD spectroscopic constants of 7LiH molecule. T. A. Klimenko, V. V. Ivanov416.77 KB
P. 26. Intermolecular interactions: the classification problem. G. B. Litinskii300.72 KB
P. 31. Ab initio molecular dynamics simulation of the first solvent shell of the Li+ in acetonitrile. O. M. Korsun, О. N. Kalugin490.45 KB
P. 39. Reliability of identification of analytes in terms of artificial neural networks. Ya. N. Krasnianchyn, A. V. Panteleimonov, Yu. V. Kholin382.44 KB
P. 47. Micelle formation characteristics of sodium dodecylsulphate and cetylpyridinium chloride in the presence of aliphatic alcohols and carboxylic acids. L. P. Loginova, A. P. Boichenko, M. N. Galat, Kuak Nguen Khan Nguen, N. N. Kamneva, V. V. Varchen380.44 KB
P. 56. Effect of micellar media Brij 35 on protolytic properties of a series of aminodiphosphonic acids. A. P. Boichenko, А. Yu. Sidorenko, V. V. Markov, H. Le Cong, А. G. Matveeva, L. P. Loginova479.38 KB
P. 65. A new method for obtaining monolithic silica sorbents suitable for planar chromatography. A. M. Frolova, O. Yu. Konovalova, A. P. Boichenko, L. P. Loginova.497.84 KB
P. 74. Optical sensor on the basis of hardened gelatinous gel for the photometric determination of sulfates in aqueous media. E. А. Reshetnyak, V. E. Asmolov, N. N. Nemets, N. A. Nikitina400 KB
P. 82. Linear solvation energy relationships (LSER) for quantitative characteristics and comparison of micellar chromatographic systems. A. P. Boichenko, А. Yu. Sydorenko, V. V. Markov, L. P. Loginova450.57 KB
P. 93. Atomic absorption, atomic emission with inductively coupled plasma and X-ray fluorescent detection of analytes in mul-ticomponent samples. O. I. Yurchenko, M. A. Dobriyan, N. P. Titova, A. A. Pravda381.23 KB
P. 101. Spectrophotometric determination of jointly present iodate and periodate. A. V. Drozd, Т. S. Tishakova340.94 KB
P. 107. Synthesis and sorption properties of submicron titanium dioxide particles. M. S. Ermolaeva, O. I. Yurchenko, K. N. Belikov, E. Yu. Brylyova1.24 MB
P. 114. Solvation of ions in the system LiClO4-(CH3)2SO2. D. O. Tretiakov, V. D. Prisiazhniy, M. M. Gafurov, K. Sh. Rabadanov, M. I. Gorobots, S. A. Kirillov416.02 KB
P. 120. The processes of homo- and heteroassociation of ions of dyes in aqueous solutions. S. А. Shapovalov, V. I. Larin, Y. A. Самойлов, Y. A. Svishchova, Y. S. Kiseliova, Т. A. Chernaya, Т. V. Sakhno, М. A. Dobriyan557.09 KB
P. 133. IR spectra of molecular and ionic forms of fluorescein, eosin, and 2,4,5,7-tetranitrofluorescein in DMSO: theoretical study and experiment. A. V. Biryukov, A. V. Lebed, N. O. Mchedlov- Petrossyan642.41 KB
P. 148. Electric conductivity and ionic association of tetrabutylammonium perchlorate and tetraphenylborate in γ-butyrolactone and 50:50 mixture of propylene carbonate with 1,2- dimethoxyethane. T. V. Chernozhuk, V. Yu. Dubovitskaya, O. N. Kalugin342.1 KB
P. 154. Structure of ionic associates in concentrated solutions of tetraalkylammonium salts in acetonitrile revealed by 1H-NMR spectroscopic experiment. E. V. Lukinova, B. A. Marekha, A. V. Turov, O. N. Kalugin479.89 KB
P. 159. Conductivity and association of imidazolium and piridinium ionic liquids in acetonitrile. Iu. V. Voroshylova, E. A. Dakhova, V. V. Chaban, O. N. Kalugin485.8 KB
P. 164. The influence of the cation nature on complexation in the system Me(ClO4)2–3- hydroxyflavone–acetonitrile. V. N. Agieienko, A. D. Roshal, O. N. Kalugin371.52 KB
P. 169. The binding of metal ions by mycrocyclic biindolizine and its acyclic analogue in dichloromethane. N. V. Nastapova, G. R. Nasybullina, V. V. Yanilkin, A. A. Kalinin, V. A. Mamedov435.03 KB
P. 175. The conductivity of unsymmetrical electrolyte solutions: limiting conductivities of individual ions in aqueous sulfate systems. V. I. Rubtsov, D. N. Bolshakov402.13 KB
P. 182. The influence of the nature of intermolecular interaction in the mixed solvent water − (1,2- propyleneglycol : polyethyleneglycol-400) on myconazol nitrate solubility. Е. P. Bezugla, G. D. Yukhno, A. P. Krasnopyorova, N. А. Lyapunov, Yu. M. Stol374.44 KB
P. 189. The association of picrate and potassium ions in aprotic solvent: a conductance and spectrophotometry study. I. N. Palval, A. V. Lebed, N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan423.86 KB
P. 198. On estimation of total concentration of oxygen-containing impurities in molten alkali metal halides. T. P. Rebrova, V. L. Cherginets, T. V. Ponomarenko360.01 KB
P. 203. On the effect of cation acids on processes of removal of oxygen-containing admixtures from melt and scintillation properties of CsI crystals. V. L. Cherginets, Yu. N. Datsko, T. P. Rebrova, V. F. Goncharenko, V. Yu. Pedash1.1 MB
P. 209. Solid state phase equilibria in the Y-Ga-Sb system at 500 oC. I. S. Antonyshyn, S. V. Oryshchyn, O. V. Zhak406.18 KB
P. 215. Behavior of electrochemical systems with electrostatic adsorption on simple redox electrode. V. V. Nechyporuk, V. D. Yuz’kova, M. M. Tkachuk412.45 KB
P. 224. Electrode materials based on nanocrystalline tin dioxides, manganese oxides, cobalt oxides. E. V. Panov, S. M. Malyovanyi, D. V. Kolomyicev, E. A. Genkina, T. S. Glushchak, V. F. Lapshin481.82 KB
P. 231. Electrocatalytic properties of electrodes on the basis of ТіO2 nanoparticles at oxygen electroreduction. G. Ya. Kolbasov, V. S. Vorobets, L. V. Blinkova, S. Ya. Oblovatnaya355.1 KB
P. 235. Electrocatalytic properties of electrodes on the basis of ТіO2 nanoparticles at oxygen electroreduction. G. Ya. Kolbasov, V. S. Vorobets, L. V. Blinkova, S. Ya. Oblovatnaya619.12 KB
P. 241. Palladium nanoparticles in surface layer of hydridesilica and their activity in carbon monoxide oxidation. N. A. Ivashchenko, K. V. Katok, V. A. Tertykh, V. V. Yanishpolskii, L. P. Oleksenko, L. V. Lutsenko, S. A. Khainakov488.44 KB
P. 248. Catalytic (enzyme-like) properties of multilayer carbon nanotubes. K. V. Glevatska, O. M. Bakalinska, Yu. O. Tarasenko, M. T. Kartel373.73 KB
P. 256. The improvement of efficacy of ferronickel slags sorption activity. I. Grayvoronskaya, E. Khobotova, V. Datsenko, O. Yurchenko, V. Baumer319.38 KB
P. 260. The chemical estimation of coal extraction wasters. M. I. Ukhanyova, E. B. Khobotova757.45 KB

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2005. №669. Chemical Series. Issue 13(36).

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Kharkov University Bulletin. 2006. №731. Chemical Series. Issue 14(37).

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P. 9. On the Entropy Invariants for Many-Electron Wavefunctions. A.V. Luzanov322.4 KB
P. 14 Элементарные оценки электронных и топологических индексов ахиральных нанотрубок. А. В. Лузанов с. 14Elementary Estimations of Electronic and Topological Indices for Achiral Nanotubes. A. V. Luzanov313.54 KB
P. 14. Ferromagnetic ordering in the Hubbard model with strong repulsion. V. O. Cheranovskii, A. A. Kravchenko295.63 KB
P. 25. About approximation of the potential function in the solution of the radial Schrödinger equation. V. V. Ivanov, T. A. Klimenko, T. T. Tolstaya322.1 KB
P. 30. Thermodynamics of spin chains with comb structure. A. O. Gladkiy, A. V. Lyubezniy, V. O. Cheranovskii323.26 KB
P. 37. Thermodynamics of dipolar and quadrupolar hard sphere mixtures. G. B. Litinsky261.81 KB
P. 41. Molecular dynamics simulation of liquid acenotitrile and solution of Li+ in it inside carbon nanotubes by using MDCNT package. O. N. Kalugin, V. V. Chaban, Ya. V. Kolesnik922.48 KB
P. 59. About the nature of three-band diflavonol fluorescence. V. V. Moroz, A. D. Roshal, V. G. Pivovarenko461.43 KB
P. 69. The Alkylation of 5-Acetyl-4-phenyl-3,4-dihydropyrimidin-(1H)-2-thione Derivatives. M. A. Kolosov, V. D. Orlov, Yu. M. Vasil’eva307.72 KB
P. 74. Synthesis and spectral properties of the new derivative of pyrazoloisoquinoline. A. Yu. Baraban, L. L. Lukatskaya, A. A. Verezubova, L. M. Ptyagina, А. О. Doroshenko360.25 KB
P. 81. Study of products obtained in reactions of arylamides β-aroylacrylic acids with 1,2-diamino-4- phenylimidazole. N. M. Kolos, L. Yu. Kovalenko, T. V. Beryozkina335.04 KB
P. 86. Cross-recyclization of 4-aryl-2,6-diamino-3,5-dicyano-4H-thiopyranes with alkylations reagents. V. D. Dyachenko, T. A. Rilskaya, S. V. Savchuk286.89 KB
P. 90. The nature of heteroatom and photophysics of prospective fluorescent probes – heteroanalogs of 3-hydroxychromone. D. A. Svechkarev, А. О. Doroshenko292.64 KB
P. 94. 1-(2-benzimidazol-2-il)-3-arylpropenones. V. D. Orlov, V. N. Kotliar, Yu. N. Surov, A. P. Shkumat336.81 KB
P. 101. Aliphatic carboxylic acids as new modifiers for separation of 2,4-dinitrophenyl derivatives of amino acids by micellar liquid chromatography. A. P. Boichenko, A. Yu. Kulikov, L. P. Loginova731.62 KB
P. 112. Test-films for detection and semi-quantitative determination of primary aromatic amines. L. P. Loginova, O. Yu. Nesterenko378.17 KB
P. 120. The influence of the nature and concentration of surfactants and element composition of samples on the analytical signal of nickel. O. I. Yurchenko, I. P. Kharenko, N. P. Titova424.54 KB
P. 127. Control of content of p-hydroxybenzoic acid and parabens in cosmetics products by micellar thin layer chromatography. L. P. Loginova, D. V. Yedamenko, A. U. Kulikov, A. N. Lavrenenko389.54 KB
P. 135. The fluorimetric determination of iodides using the reaction of the iodination of fluorescein with electrochemical oxidation. A. V. Drozd, V. M. Belik362.72 KB
P. 142. Partition of Benzodiazepines in water-micellar pseudophase system. A. S. Vlasenko, L. P. Loginova, E. S. Surgik, A. Yu. Kulikov336.04 KB
P. 151. State of the surface of octadecyl silica as a stationary phase for micellar liquid chromatography. E. Iu. Yakovleva, L. P. Loginova375.31 KB
P. 157. Ionization and tautomerism of Thiofluorescein in N-Cetylpyridinium chloride micellar solution. N. A. Vodolazkaya, N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan367.78 KB
P. 164. Protolytic equilibria of 3’,4’,5’,6’-Tetrachlorofluorescein in water-ethanol mixture with 50 mass % alcohol. Yu. A. Gurina, N. A. Vodolazkaya, N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan349.44 KB
P. 171. Dielectric properties of gamma-butyrolactone in the temperature range 5–125 °C. T. V. Chernozhuk, O. N. Kalugin486.49 KB
P. 176. The solubility of cesium perchlorate in mixed solvent water – рolyethyleneglycol-600. A. P. Krasnopyorova, G. D. Yuhno, O. Yu. Sytnik314.54 KB
P. 182. The Protolytic Equilibria of 2,7 – Dichlorofluorescein in Aqueous Solution at High Ionic Strength. E. Yu. Bryleva, N. A. Vodolazkaya, N. O. Mchedlov–Petrossyan307.52 KB
P. 188. The Protolytic Equilibria of 2,7 – Dichlorofluorescein in Aqueous Solution at High Ionic Strength. E. Yu. Bryleva, N. A. Vodolazkaya, N. O. Mchedlov–Petrossyan270.52 KB
P. 195. Study of Ni2+ solvation dynamics in methanol and dimethylsulphoxide by quasi-elastic neutron scattering. O. N. Kalugin, A. K. Adya545.83 KB
P. 201. Conductance and ionization of hydrogen bromide in a series of normal alcohols. V. I. Bulavin, I. N. Vyunik, N. P. Beregovaya, A. V. Kramarenko296.1 KB
P. 206. Inversion of the stepwise dissociation constants of thymolphthalein as a result of selective binding of the neutral form. Yu. V. Isaenko, N. A. Vodolazkaya, N. O. Mchedlov- Petrossyan253.42 KB
P. 209. Solubility of cesium tetraphenylborat in normal and isomeric aliphatic alcohols. A. P. Krasnopyorova, G. D. Yukhno, L. T. Lebedeva, N. V. Efimova, S. F. Nedrenets288.59 KB
P. 214. Ionic association in solutions of sodium and tetrabutylammonium perchlorates in isobutanol and mixtures with low water content. E. M. Nikiforova, E. V. Soroka, A. V. Lebed264.5 KB
P. 217. Ionic equilibria of acid/base indicators in micellar media. Ionization of dinitrophenols in aqueous solutions of cationic and zwitterionic surfactants. A. G. Yakubovskaya, N. A. Vodolazkaya, N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan426.82 KB
P. 230. The process of copper chemical dissolution in ammonium solutions. V. I. Larin, E. B. Khobotova, M. A. Dobriyan361.66 KB
P. 238. System H2O-NaOH-R(OH)n as an electrolyte for a chemical current sources with aluminium anode. T. Lukaschuk, V. Larin, O. Bakumenko283.77 KB
P. 243. Boris Markovich Krasovitskiy – 90128.69 KB
P. 245. MEMORABLE DATES AND RECOLLECTIONS352.82 KB

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2008. № 820. Chemical Series. Issue 16(39)

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Title page341.88 KB
Content181.22 KB
P. 11 Avram Borisovich Blank272.9 KB
P. 15 Content control of activating additives of cerium, neodymium and europium in scintillation materials by spectrophotometry. O. V. Gayduk, L. V. Gudzenko, T. I. Ivkova, R. P. Pantaler, A. B. Blank357.93 KB
P. 15 Voltammetric determination of lead as main component from the small weights of some functional materials. G. A. Babich, A. B.Blank, E. P. Kisil, L. I. Philippovich309.34 KB
P. 22 Development of modern methods for chemical substances aquametry. T. A. Blank, L. P. Eksperiandova381.32 KB
P. 39 X-ray fluorescent method in geology: sample preparation and ways of the analysis. A. G. Revenko877.79 KB
P. 59 Ways of increasing the sensitivity of the luminescent determination of lanthanides with the use of their complex compounds. S. B. Meshkova, A. V. Kiriyak, Z. M. Topilova, S. M. Levshov497.55 KB
P. 76 The effect of micellar media of surfactants on the protolytic properties of some amino acids. Le Kong Hoan, L. P. Loginova, A. P. Boichenko, O. S. Chernysheva, A. I. German354.54 KB
P. 86 Analytical control of Ce content in CsCexGd2-xCl7 single crystals by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry. K. N. Belikov517.95 KB
P. 91 Sorption extraction coupled with atomic absorption spectrometry (SE-AAS) using silica modified with ethylendiamintriacetic acid for determination of Cu(II), Pb(II) and Cd(II) in Kiev artesian water. Pylypiuk N. M., Shevchenko N. V., Valkarius A., Za330.71 KB
P. 98 Determination of iodate- and periodate ions by potentiostatic coulometry with platinum electrode. A. V. Drozd, T. S. Tishakova316.45 KB
P. 103 Selectivity increase of visual test determination of perchlorates in natural water by means of removal from humates and anionic surfactants. S. V. Khimchenko, L. P. Eksperiandova287.49 KB
P. 108 Atomic-absorption and inductively coupled plasma atomic-emission determination of cadmium in oil products. O. I. Yurchenko, A. A. Shkumat, N. P. Titova, N. V. Ovcharenko344.33 KB
P. 116 Carbonization technique using flame-furnace atomizer for atomic absorption determination of Pb and Cd in food. A. S. Alemasova, K. S. Lugovoi280.01 KB
P. 121Luminescent determination of dexamethasone sodium phosphate with the use of Tb (III) complex compound. D. I. Alexandrova, A. V. Egorova, Yu. V. Skripinets, V. P. Gorodnuk, V. P. Antonovich, I. V. Ukrainets369.43 KB
P. 131 Capabilities of diffuse-reflectance spectroscopy for qualitative determination of some lanthanides in oxide and fluoride materials. I. V. Stoyanova, N. A. Chivireva, V. P. Antonovich, E. V. Timuhin, S. M. Levsov, A. O. Stoyanov293.67 KB
P. 136 4-sulfo-2(4`-sulfonaphthalene-1`-azo)naphthol-1 ― the redox-reagent for spectrophotometric determination of Mercury (II). A. N. Chebotarev, І. S. Efimova378.46 KB
P. 142 Voltamperometrical determination of Fe(III) in wastewater. A. E. Vasuykov, A. G. Garbuz358.22 KB
P. 146 Development of a reference sample for visual binary testing of Fe(III) in groundwater. E. A. Reshetnyak, N. N. Nemetz, A. V. Panteleimonov, E. A. Shugay, Yu. V. Kholin410.48 KB
P. 155 Possible application of metal acetylacetonates in emission spectroscopy analysis of aluminium oxide. O. I. Yurchenko, Yu. V. Kholin, N. I. Shevtsov, E. V. Grishina275.91 KB
P. 160 Producing thin monolithic layers of inorganic sorbent by sol-gel synthesis. Frolova A. M., Chukhlieb M. A., Drobot А. V., Krohmal A. P., Boichenko A. P., Loginova L. P.923.61 KB
P. 168 Highly sensitive sorption–X-ray fluorescence determination of lead, cadmium and mercury in natural water with the use of chemically modified silica. E. S. Yanovskaya, V. А. Tertykh, V. I. Karmanov, А. D. Dadashev, Е. V. Odinets, О. Yu. Kichkiruk400.36 KB
P. 175 Dissociation constants of acetic, 1-propanoic, 1-butanoic, 1-pentanoic, 1-hexanoic, mono- and trichloroacetic acids in aqueous and micellar solutions of sodium dodecylsulfate and Brij 35. A. P. Boichenko, В. В. Gadzheriga, V. V. Markov, Le Thi Kim 404.11 KB
P. 183 Immobilization of molybdo-phosphoric, molybdo-antimono-phosphoric and molybdo-silicic ... Olga A. Zaporozhets, Igor A. Kachan, Lionel S. Zinko, Julia Р. Bas308.8 KB
P. 188 Influence of substitute nature on extraction of phenol derivatives by organic solvents. Prezhdo M. V., Loginova L. P., Jagiello M., Zubkova V. V.415.49 KB
P. 197 Using cumulant analysis for entropic complexity measures. A. V. Luzanov359.08 KB
P. 205 About procedure of the spin adaptation of the coupled cluster equations. V. V. Ivanov278.5 KB
P. 213 Dielectric properties of dipolar hard sphere liquid. The theory of associative equilibria. G. B. Litinskii303.19 KB
P. 216 Polycyclic systems containing 1,2,4-oxadiazole ring. 3. 3-(1,2,4-Oxadiazol-5-yl)pyridin-2(1H)- ones – synthesis and prediction of biological activity. Ju. V. Harchenko, O. S. Detistov, V. D. Orlov431.34 KB
P. 225 2-(5-[4-dimethylaminophenyl]-2-oxazolyl)-benzoic acid as fluorescent sensor for water in organic solvents. D. A. Vulfova, R. Yu. Ilyashenko, Z. A. Syzova, L. L. Lukatskaya, A. O. Doroshenko440.87 KB
P. 233 2-pyrazolines with 8-hydroxyquinoline substitute. А. J. Marrugo Gonzalez, V. D. Orlov, А. Y. Маtsakov389.28 KB
P. 241 The one-pot synthesis of 3,4-diarylsubstituted imidazolin-2-ones upon dimedone, arylglyoxals and ureas. L. Zamigaylo, N. Kolos345.32 KB
P. 246 The search of new luminophores with predetermined physicochemical and chemical properties. VII. 3-N-(R-salicylidene)-7-hydroxyaminocoumarins and 5H-hromeno-[3,4- b]piridine-5-ones. Shkumat A. P., Berezhnoy A. Y.362.17 KB
P. 253 The synthesis of 3,4-dibezylidene-derivatives of 3,4,5-triamino-1,2,4-triazole. B. V. Paponov, A. G. Remishevskaya, O. V. Shishkin, S. V. Shishkina311.85 KB
P. 257 Alternative hydrogen bonding and proton phototransfer reaction in the molecule of 2- (quinolin-2-yl)-3-hydroxychromone. D. A. Svechkarev, V. N. Baumer, A. O. Doroshenko346.38 KB
P. 262 Ionic equilibria of picric acid, hydrogen chloride, and potassium benzoate in acetone–DMSO mixture (mol. ratio 95:5). D. Yu. Filatov, S. T. Goga, A. V. Lebed, P. V. Efimov, N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan306.66 KB
P. 268 Solubility of potassium thiocyanate in glycols НОСН2(СН2ОСН2)nСН2ОН. T. L. Andryuschenko, N. V. Efimova, A. P. Krasnopyorova, A. V. Cherny, G. D. Yukhno322.85 KB
P. 272 Advantages of the joint calculation of independent electrometrical measurements. V. I. Rubtsov, D. N. Bolshakov294.64 KB
P. 277 The method of the estimation of the thermodynamics of individual ions on the base of properties of hexacyanoferrate (II) and hexacyanoferrate (III) ions. V. I. Rubtsov, T. A. Nepokupnaya285.42 KB
P. 282 The equilibrium yield of coronates (18-crown-6NaCl, 18-crown-6KCl) in water-methanol and water-propan-2-ol solvents and effects of a medium. O. V. Larina, N. V. Bondarev, A. P. Kern511.17 KB
P. 292 Ionization of long-chain fatty acids in micellar solutions of surfactants. S. V. Eltsov, Z. V. Barsova310.82 KB
P. 299 Volume properties of the system polyethylene-glycole 400-1,2 propandiol. O. Yu. Sytnik, N. V. Efimova, A. P. Krasnopyorova298.43 KB
P. 303 Limit partial molar volume of single-atom ions in solutions. P. V. Efimov264.3 KB
P. 307 Quantitative estimation of macrocyclic effect. I. S. Zaitseva, P. V. Efimov, V. Yu. Holodova, A. M. Zholnovach280.32 KB
P. 311 Solubility and solvation of oxazole derivatives in mixed water-ethanol solvent. O. N. Lukavenko, S. V. Eltsov324.27 KB
P. 317 The study of processes of chemical and electrochemical copper dissolution in ferric (III) chloride solutions. V. I. Larin, L. M. Egorova, E. B. Khobotova, V. V. Datsenko, M. A. Dobriyan326.1 KB
P. 324 Pirolysis products of heterobimetallic Cu/Mn and Ni/Mn complexes as electrocatalysts of oxygen reduction. V. S. Kublanovsky, Yu. K. Pirsky, V. N. Kokozai, D. V. Shevchenko, E. V. Ischenko353.2 KB
P. 328 The influence of saline solution composition on corrosive and anodic aluminium behaviour. T. S. Lukaschuk, V. I. Larin283.05 KB
P. 332 The study of passivation processes under the copper dissolution in ferric (III) chloride solutions in different regimes. E. B. Khobotova, V. I. Larin, L. M. Egorova, V. V. Datsenko, M. A. Dobriyan355.26 KB
P. 341 Corrosion resistance of low-antimony cadmium-content lead alloys. A. Yu. Nuzhny1.04 MB
P. 350 Measuring the temperature effects of electrochemical reactions on the polarized boundary «electrode - solution» in the system Сu-СuSO4-H2O. Y. O. Samoilov, S. A. Shapovalov, V. I. Laryn305.44 KB
P. 353 Influence of glycine on the processes of copper electroplating with the help of nitrate containing electrolyte. A. A. Pravda, A. P. Radchenkova, V. I. Larin262.54 KB
MEMORIA314.72 KB

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2007. №770. Chemical Series. Issue 15(38).

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Title175.67 KB
P. 12 Information about conferences150.73 KB
P. 16 Nikolay Arkadievich Izmailov: (to the 100-th anniversary of birth). V. I. Lebed’, N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan597.06 KB
P. 42 Nikolay Petrovich Komar'. N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan398.83 KB
P. 47 Ultrasonic in analysis and technology of receipt of crystalline beta-carotin from mother brines. A. N. Baklanov, F. A. Chmilenko, E. A. Belova255.35 KB
P. 52 Test-determination of pipemidic acid in nutrient media. Beltyukova S. V., Malynka O. V., Liventsova O. O., Teslyuk O. I.276.13 KB
P. 56 Aqueous electrochemiluminescence of rubrene and 9,10-diphenylanthracene incorporated into langmuir-blodgett films. O. M. Bilash, A. V. Kukoba473.97 KB
P. 62 Re-evaluated data of acid-base properties of alendronic acid as a basis for developing the method of simple titrimetric determination of sodium alendronate. A. P. Boichenko, V. V. Markov, A. L. Iwashchenko, E. Yu. Spirina, L. P. Loginova377.43 KB
P. 70 Specrophotometric investigation of osmium (IV) ions interaction with tropeolin О. O. S. Bonishko, M. V. Pol’ko, O. Ya. Korkuna, O. Ya. Vrublevs’ka374.63 KB
P. 76 The effect of micellar media of cetylpyridinium chloride on acid-base properties of 3-amino 1- hydroxypropylidendiphosphonic acid and its analogs. Le Kong Hoan, L. P. Loginova, I. V. Levin, A. G. Matveeva304.55 KB
P. 82 The first communication on the opportunity of simultaneous isocratic separation of water- and fat-soluble vitamins by HPLC. A. L. Iwashchenko, A. P. Boichenko, L. P. Loginova434.45 KB
P. 90 Metrological characteristics of the detection of reducing agents with reagents immobilized in gelatinous film. L. P. Loginova, O. Yu. Konovalova383.02 KB
P. 99 The development and study of diclofenac-selective electrode. Zh. O. Kormosh, I. P. Hunka, Ya. R. Bazel291.31 KB
P. 104 Solid-Phase Spectrophotometric Determination of Lead by Using Xylenol Orange. E. E. Kostenko298.27 KB
P. 109 The influence of some aliphatic alcohols and acids on micellar properties of sodium dodecyl sulphate. L. P. Loginova, M. N. Galat, E. Yu. Yakovleva356.19 KB
P. 119 The influence of carrier material on the detection limit of visual tests. E. A. Reshetnyak, N. A. Nikitina, V. E. Karmazina329.17 KB
P. 125 Sample preparation optimization in atomic absorption and photometric determination of ferrocene in petrol. A. M. Rokun, O. V. Docenko314.55 KB
P. 132 The extraction and determination of differently charged complexes of scandium(III) and cerium(IV) in two – phase aqueos systems. T. N. Simonova, A. N. Fedotov254.48 KB
P. 137 Some peculiarities of sulphides determination in untreated wastewater under observing state norms of water use. A. E. Vasyukov, V. I. Uberman, I. I. Lutenko276.48 KB
P. 141 New approaches to spectrophotometric analysis of multi-components mixtures. I. V. Vlasova, A. V. Shiliova376.48 KB
P. 141 New approaches to spectrophotometric analysis of multi-components mixtures. I. V. Vlasova, A. V. Shiliova466.84 KB
P. 155 The solid-phase reagents on the base of heteropolyacids and their ion associates immobilized onto silica. O. A. Zaporozhets, I. A. Kachan, L. S. Zinko, J. G. Evlash, S. I. Levchenko344.6 KB
P. 163 Capability atomic absorption determination manganese in the low-temperature flame. O. I. Yurchenko, N. P. Titova, I. P. Kharenko311.18 KB
P. 168 Investigation of fractionating process of probe with amino acids in microfluidic electrochemilumines-cent system. K. M. Мuzyka, O. M. Bilash396.3 KB
P. 175 Module approach in studying basic chemical disciplines by students of the faculty of radiathion, chemical, biological defense and ecology. V. V. Dyadchenko , T. Yu. Mirnaya, O. N. Tychina267.23 KB
P. 178 Quantum Curvature Analysis for Simple Vibrational Systems. A. V. Luzanov427.95 KB
P. 188 About Collectivity and Entropy Measures for Coherent and Closely Related States. A. V. Luzanov399.2 KB
P. 195 Dipole polarizabilities of the conjugated molecules in the π-electron coupled cluster theory. V. V. Ivanov, L. A. Sleta, T. А. Klimenko325.28 KB
P. 201 Synthesis and spectral properties of new luminescent compounds with intramolecular proton phototransfer reaction – derivatives of 2-(N-methylisoquinolon-1(2Н)-4-yl)-3- hydroxychromone. D. A. Svechkarev, G. V. Karpushina, A. O. Doroshenko385.71 KB
P. 208 Synthesis of the derivatives of 1,3,4,6-tetraaryl-4,5-dihydro-1H-pyrazolo[3,4-b]pyridine. M. A. Kolosov, V. D. Orlov269.14 KB
P. 210 Synthesis of new indolizines derivatives on the basis of 2-chloro-N-Phenacylpyridinium bromides. G. E. Khoroshilov, I. V. Demchak376.88 KB
P. 218 Phase volume of molecular excimers in bichromophores. T. P. Romashko, Yu. E. Sakhno, O. A. Khakhel379.66 KB
P. 225 Research of melamine-formaldehyde polymers for scintillation engineering by the methods of IR- and UV-spectroscopies. V. V. Lebedev, V. L. Avramenko, Y. N. Surov511.85 KB
P. 232 Cyclic systems containing 1,2,4-oxadiazole ring. 1. Synthesis of 5-(1H-1,2,3-triazol-4-yl)-1,2,4- oxadiazoles – potential bioactive compounds. O. S. Detistov, I. O. Zhuravel, V. D. Orlov354.15 KB
P. 239 α,β−Unsaturated Ketones-Derivatives 8-Hydroxyquinoline. V. D. Orlov, А. J. Marrugo Gonzalez, L. V. Vasilenko306.25 KB
P. 245 The agreement of the results of quantitative physical-chemical analysis and probing surfaces of aminosilicas by Reichardt’s solvatochromic betaine indicators. I. Khristenko, Yu. Kholin319.3 KB
P. 251 Determination of gelation rate in SiO2–H2SO4–H2O system by measuring of turbidity spectrum. A. Yu. Nuzhnyi, O. N. Kalugin1 MB
P.263 Ionic equilibria of tetramethylammonium 2,4-dinitrophenolate, tetraethylammonium picrate, and sodium salicylate in acetone-DMSO mixed solvent (mol. ratio 95 : 5). conductance and ion association. D. Yu. Filatov, S. T. Goga, V. G. Panchenko, N. O. Mc225.27 KB
P. 268 Influence of the composition of mixed solvent nitromethane-methanol and temperature on the solubility of sodium bromide. A. V. Cherny, А. Р. Krasnopyorova, L. T. Lebedeva, G. D. Yukhno, T. L. Andryuschenko305.93 KB
P. 273 Conductometry of non-aqueous solutions of ammonium salts and 18-crown-6. I. S. Zaitseva , N. V. Bondarev , P. V. Efimov , A. M. Zholnovach318.08 KB
P. 281 Electrical conductance of cetyltrimethylammonium perchlorate in propan-2-ol – water mixtures. Association and transport properties of ions. S. T. Goga, V. G. Panchenko, E. N. Glazkova, N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan311.06 KB
P. 285 Solubility and solvation of 2,5-diphenyloxazole and 1,4-bis(5-phenyl-oxazolyl-2)benzene in water-ethanol and water-acetone solvent systems. O. N. Lukavenko, S. V. Eltsov, V. D. Panikarskaya340.95 KB
P. 296 About reliability of conductometric determination of constants of complexation in solutions of double charged metals in non-aqueous solvents. V. N. Ageenko, O. N. Kalugin313.46 KB
P. 301 Effect of a medium and complex formation of sodium, potassium, ammonium and silver (I) salts with 18-crown-6 ether in water-propan-2-ol solvents. O. V. Larina , N. V. Bondarev , A. P. Kern370.4 KB
P. 313 The nature of products of copper passivation in ammonium solutions with complicated composition. E. B. Khobotova, V. I. Larin, V. V. Datsenko, M. A. Dobriyan377.23 KB
320 The influence of sulphonic substitutuents in the phthalocyanine ring of copper and nickel complexes on the activity of oxygen reduction electrocatalysts. V. S. Kublanovsky, Yu. K. Pirsky, A. V. Berezovska309.04 KB
P. 324 Electrochemical Behaviour of Aluminium and its Alloys in Agueous and Water-Ethanol Solutions of Sodium Chloride. T. S. Lukaschuk, V. I. Larin272.92 KB
MEMORIA467.82 KB

Kharkov University Bulletin. 2009. №870. Chemical Series. Issue 17(40).

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Content176.66 KB
P. 11 Method of classical molecular dynamics: contribution to the foundations of statistical physics. G. E. Norman, V. V. Stegailov977.34 KB
P. 52 Magnetic properties of non carbone nanotubes with macroscopic ground state spin. V. O. Cheranovskii, A. A. Kravchenko364.38 KB
P. 58 Electrostatic aspects of adsorption on oxide surfaces. V. V. Lobanov479.29 KB
P. 69 A theoretical study on the frequencies and forms of normal vibrations of oxygen-containing adsorption complexes on the (100) face of crystalline silicon. M. I. Terebinska, V. V. Lobanov343.99 KB
P. 75 Microscopic structure of LiBF4 solutions in cyclic and linear carbonates. O. O. Postupna, Ya. V. Kolesnik, O. N. Kalugin678.86 KB
P. 88 A theoretical study on the nature of ionic associates in concentrated solutions of tetraalkylammonium salts in acetonitrile. B. A. Marekha, E. V. Lukinova, O. N. Kalugin526.02 KB
P. 95 Molecular dynamic simulations of Ca2+ and Ba2+ complexes with 3-hydroxyflavone in acetonitrile. V. N. Agieienko, O. N. Kalugin555.92 KB
P. 104 The chiral effects of α-amino acid dimerization at the air/water interface in the framework of PM3 method. E. S. Fomina, E. A. Belyaeva, Yu. B. Vysotsky1.87 MB
P. 117 Conformational analysis of tautomeric forms of the molecules of charged and neutral barbituric acid within the framework of the method PM3. A. A. Shved488.36 KB
P. 125 Molecular structure and spectral-fluorescent properties of the structurally rigid analogs of 2,6- distyrylpyridine. O. V. Grygorovych, A. O. Doroshenko, S. M. Moskalenko, O. V. Nevskii, V. G. Pyvovarenko453.23 KB
P. 138 2,6-bis(5-phenyl-1,3-oxazol-2-yl)pyridine as fluorescent sensor for the heavy metals cations. I. Yu. Sevrukov, V. V. Scherban, L. L. Lukatskaya, Z. A. Syzova, A. O. Doroshenko545.07 KB
P. 149 New aril- and hetarilsubstitutes of 2-pyrosoline: aldehyde derivatives of imidazole series. V. N. Kotlyar, P. A. Pushkaryov, A. P. Shkumat, V. D. Orlov351.7 KB
P. 157 Synthesis and sorption properties of inorganic monolithic sorbent on the basis of silica. A. M. Frolova, A. P. Boichenko, O. Yu. Konovalova, L. P. Loginova1 MB
P. 166 Sample preparation methods for the atomic absorption detection of plumbum in oil products. O. I. Yurchenko, N. P. Titova, G. V. Kobets310.77 KB
P. 172 Applying the method of capacitivity at the petrochemical jury test. V. A. Rudnev, P. V. Karnozgickij334.53 KB
P. 178 Electrical conductivity of Bu4NBr solutions in acetonitrile in the wide concentration range. E. V. Lukinova, O. N. Kalugin569.95 KB
P. 185 Electrolytes for chemical current sources based on ionic liquids: 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium bromide solutions in acetonitrile. Iu. V. Voroshylova, E. A. Dakhova, O. N. Kalugin340.02 KB
P. 189 Electroconductivity and association of tetrabutylammonium tetraphenylborate in propylene carbonate and 1,2-dimethoxyethane mixtures. T. V. Chernozhuk, V. Yu. Dubovitskaya, O. N. Kalugin323.61 KB
P. 194 Association of two-charged bromocresol green anion with cyanine cations in aqueous solutions. S. A. Shapovalov, Ya. S. Kiseliova373.24 KB
P. 199 Viscosity and the thermodynamics of the viscous flow of the system “Water – NMethylpyrrolidone”. E. P. Bezuglaya, N. A. Lyapunov, A. P. Krasnopyorova, G. D. Yukhno, A. V. Cherny414.41 KB
P. 208 Interaction between complex ferrum-cyanide ions and polymethine cations in aqueous solutions. E. A. Samoilov342.35 KB
P. 213 Thermal and spectral properties of new mixed-ligand complexes of transition metals with 1,3- dithiole-2-thione-4,5-dithiolate (dmit) and heterocyclic diamines. S. V. Vitushkina, V. A. Starodub370.6 KB
P. 222 Особенности поведения изотритиондитиолатоцинката тетрабутиламмония в магнитном поле. G. Y. Vasilets, D. L. Kamenskyi, E. P. Nikolova, M Kajnakova346.61 KB
P. 226 Adsorption-electrochemical formation of spatial structures in «active carbon – noble metal» system. Yu. A. Tarasenko, I. P. Gerasymyuk, N. E. Evtushenko, G. О. Кaleniuk, V. E. Klimenko, V. S. Kuts, V. F. Lapko, А. О. Lysenko1.14 MB
P. 240 Accumulation of heavy metals by biohumus. V. Mank, V. Galimova, I. Surovscev291.6 KB
P. 245 Peculiarities of α–brass behaviour in solutions with different compositions. V. I. Larin, L. M. Egorova, E. B. Khobotova, M. A. Dobriyan, O. I. Yurchenko1.02 MB
P. 253 Corrosion of aluminum and its alloys in solutions of sodium hydroxide. T. S. Lukashuk, V. I. Larin349.81 KB
P. 259 Peculiarity of electroreduction processes of complex ions of boron and silicon from chloridefluoride melts. Z. M. Protsenko519.66 KB
P. 265 Electrochemical formation of the structure of functional gold deposits from ferrocyanide electrolyte. O. L. Bersirova, V. A. Gerasimenko, V. S. Kublanovsky346.29 KB
P. 270 The activation energy in the case of electroreduction of bis(iminodiacetate)palladium (II) complexes. V. Kublanovsky, V. Nikitenko, K. Rudenko467.27 KB
P. 277 Electrochemical ozone synthesis in solutions of HClO4 on PbO2/SnO2-anode. A. K. Bolvako, A. A. Chernik, I. M. Zharsky334.59 KB
P. 281 Electrochemical behavior and galvanochemical processing of electrode materials based on compacts made from synthetic diamonds of different nature and dispersity in aqueous electrolytes. E. N. Fedoryshena, E. P. Nakoneshnaya, I. A. Novoselova333.93 KB
P. 285 Nanostructuded CdSe-electrode for photoelectrochemical conversions. T. S. Pogrebnyak, G. Ya. Kolbasov274.59 KB
P. 288 Corrosion-electrochemical properties and structure of Al-Zn-Ca alloys micro-doped by vanadium. J. Rudenko, V. Shvets, V. Talash, V. Lavrenko431.27 KB
P. 292 The structure of nickel electroplated coatings obtained from methanesulfonic electrolytes and their physic-mechanic properties. I. V. Sknar, A. S. Baskevich, F. I. Danilov314.5 KB
P. 296 Photoelectrochemical system for hydrogen accumulation. I. A. Slobodyanyuk, L. G. Scherbakova, G. Ya. Kolbasov, I. A. Rusetskii294.92 KB
P. 299 Electrochromic properties of cathodic films based on oxides of W, Ni and Nb. S. S. Fomanuk, Yu. S. Krasnov, G. Ya. Kolbasov, V. N. Zaichenko415.23 KB
P. 305 Final oxydation of the surface of Fe-based amorphous alloys by inorganic anions. О. М. Hertsyk, L. М. Bednarska, N. L. Pandiak, А. О. Lema332.94 KB
P. 310 Modelling the influence of solvation effects on one-electronic charge transfer in electrode reactions examplified by molybdate containing melts. V. V. Soloviev, E. F. But333.63 KB
P. 314 The quantum chemical ground of the synthesis of the tungstate melts nano-size particles in the conditions of the cationic catalysis. V. V. Soloviev, L. O. Chernenko417.46 KB
P. 320 Professor D. N. Gritsan – the founder of the scientific school on the chemical electrode processes at the Research Institute of Chemistry, V. Karazin Kharkiv National University. V. I. Larin, V. D. Kalugin218.42 KB
P. 330 MEMORIA308.92 KB
P. 340 Professor Christian Reichardt – Doctor Honoris Causa of V. Karazin Kharkov National University. N. О. Mchedlov-Petrossyan140.23 KB

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Graduate students

Vasilets Grigoriy Yurievich Doktorant vasilets@univer.kharkov.ua Т. 8(057)7075352 Room №7-84 Research interests: synthetic metals and half conductors. Kravchenko Oleksij Andrijovych Post-graduate Alekxy.a.kravchenko@univer.kharkov.ua Т.: 8(057)7075352 Room №7-87А Research interests: modeling of high-correlated many-electrons systems.

Publications

  1. L. O. Sleta Tasks of theoretical round of Ukraine chemo-biological I.I. Mechnikov tournament (2003р.) // Scientific methodic journal. Chemistry. 2004г., № 2, р. 20 – 23.
  2. P.V. Efimov, I.S. Zaiceva, N.I. Bondarj, А.М. Gholnovach, E.V. Gostkina. Electric conductivity and ion association of 1:1 electrolytes in mixed solvents water-acetonitril and methanol- acetonitril // Karazin Kharkov national university herald №648 (2005) Chemistry. Issue 12(35), p.148-151.
  3. D.V. Ziolkovskiy; A.V. Kravchenko; V.A. Starodub; O.N. Kazheva; Khotkevich, A.V. Crystalline and molecular structure of novel anion-radical salt (N-Et-Pz)(TCNQ)3 (Pz is pyrazine) // Functonal materials 2005, 12, (3), 577-582.
  4. Y. Khoroshevskiy, S. Korneev, S. Myerniy, Y. Kholin, F. A. Pavan, I. Schifino, T. M. H. Costa, E. V. Benvenutti. A mathematical simulation of H+ ion chemisorption bi-anilinpropylsilica xerogels // Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 284 (2005) 424-431.
  5. V.O.Cheranovskii, A.A.Chovpan, E.V.Ezerskaya, I.Ozkan. Energy spectrum and thermodynamics of anisotropic spin ? two-leg ladder // International Journal of Quantum Chemistry -2006.-V.106, No 10.- P.2254-2261.
  6. O.N. Kazheva, G.G. Aleksandrov, O. A. Dyachenko, T. N. Zinenko, A. V. Kravczenko, V.A. Starodub, A. V. Khotkevich. Conductive complexes of [Ni(dmid)2] with TTF, TMTTF and ET // Synthetic Metals.-2006.-v.156.-p.251-255.
  7. A.V.Cherny, А.Р.Krasnopyorova, L.T.Lebedeva, G.D.Yukhno, T.L.Angryschenko Influence of the composition of mixed solvent nitromethan-methanol and temperature on solubility of sodium bromide// Karazin Kharkov national university herald №770 (2007) Chemistry. Issue 15(38), p.268-272.

Major publications

  1. Н. О. Мчедлов-Петросян. Дифференцирование силы органических кислот в истинных и организованных растворах. Х.: изд. ХНУ им. В. Н. Каразина, 2004. 326 с.
  2. N.O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan, N.A. Vodolazkaya, Yu.N. Surov, D.V. Samoylov. 2,4,5,7–Tetranitrofluorescein in solutions: novel type of tautomerism in hydroxyxanthene series as detected by various spectral methods. Spectrochim. Acta. Part A. Mol. and Biomol. Spectrosc. 2005. Vol. 61. No. 11-12. P. 2747-2760.
  3. N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan, N. A. Vodolazkaya, A. A. Kornienko, E. L. Karyakina, C. Reichardt. Counterion-Induced Transformations of Cationic Surfactant Micelles Studied by using the Displacing Effect of Solvatochromic Pyridinium N-Phenolate Betaine Dyes. Langmuir. 2005. Vol. 21. No. 16. P. 7090-7096.
  4. N. O. Mchedlov-Petrossyan, N. A. Vodolazkaya, A. G. Yakubovskaya, A. V. Grigorovich, V. I. Alekseeva, L. P. Savvina. A novel probe for determination of electrical surface potential of surfactant micelles: N,N’-di-n-octadecylrhodamine. J. Phys. Org. Chem. 2007. V. 20. P. 332-344.
  5. Н.В. Бондарев. Сольватационно-термодинамические эффекты водно-метанольного растворителя в координации катионов Na+, K+, NH4+ и Ag+ с 18-краун-6. Энергии Гиббса комплексообразования и пересольватации реагентов // ЖОХ. – 2006. –Т.76, Вып. 1. – С. 13-18.
  6. E.N. Tsurko, N.V. Bondarev. Mathematical modeling of solvent parameters' relevant contribution to the alpha-amino acid (valine, alpha-alanine) solvation in H2O–MeOH, H2O–EtOH and H2O– PrOH-2 // J. Mol. Liquids. –2007. № 131-132. – P.151-157.
  7. В.И. Рубцов, Т.А. Непокупная, Л.Е. Дигавцова. Стандартные потенциалы и термодинамика ферро-феррицианидного электрода в водных растворах в интервале температур 278.15–333.15 К. Вестник ХНУ, сер химическая, 2002, № 573, вып.9(32), с. 130-138.

Topics of research work

The Theme of Research Effort of Physical Chemistry Department: «Chemical processes in solutions containing self-associated molecular assemblies, supramolecules and complex nanosized particles» Funding: state budget

Ph.D. students

Yuliya Gurina

Ph.D. student

e-mail: gurina@inbox.ru

tel.: 707-54-45

lab. 2-90

Topic of thesis: «Protolytic equilibria of xanthene dyes in direct and inverted microemulsions».

Oksana Lukavenko

Ph.D. student

e-mail:

tel.: 707-54-45

lab. 2-87

Topic of thesis: «Solubility, solvation and fluorescence of particular oxazoles in water-organic mixtures».

Irina Palval

Ph.D. student

e-mail:

tel.: 707-54-45

lab. 2-82

Topic of thesis: «Ionic association of picrates with cations of different nature in solvents with low and medium dielectric permeability».

Dmitriy Filatov

Ph.D. student

e-mail: ufilatov@univer.kharkov.ua

tel.: 707-54-45

lab. 2-84

Topic of thesis: «Acidity scale and protolytic equilibria in protophobic and protophilic polar aprotonic solvents».

Sergey Shehovtsov

Ph.D. student

e-mail:

tel.: 707-54-45

lab. 2-91

Topic of thesis: «Kinetics of Reichardt betaine dyes oxidation in solutions».

Alexander Biryukov

Ph.D. student

e-mail:

tel.: 707-54-45

lab. 2-91

Topic of thesis: «Solvation, protolytic transformations and spectral properties modeling for dyes and luminophores of xanthene and triphenylmethane rows».

2011 - International year of Chemistry

The International Year of Chemistry 2011 (IYC 2011) is a worldwide celebration of the achievements of chemistry and its contributions to the well-being of humankind. Under the unifying theme “Chemistry—our life, our future,” IYC 2011 will offer a range of interactive, entertaining, and educational activities for all ages. The Year of Chemistry is intended to reach across the globe, with opportunities for public participation at the local, regional, and national level.

The goals of IYC2011 are to increase the public appreciation of chemistry in meeting world needs, to encourage interest in chemistry among young people, and to generate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry. The year 2011 will coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize awarded to Madame Marie Curie—an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of women to science. The year will also be the 100th anniversary of the founding of the International Association of Chemical Societies, providing a chance to highlight the benefits of international scientific collaboration.

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The idea for an international year was first discussed in 2006, during the April meeting of IUPAC Executive Committee. Following that meeting, an IUPAC task group developed a plan to secure the designation by UNESCO of an International Year of Chemistry. That project (IUPAC project 2007-011-1-050) was successfully completed when in April 2008, and the Executive Board of UNESCO, endorsed the proposal for proclamation by the United Nations of 2011 as an International Year of Chemistry (IYC). For more details on the steps taken to reach UN declaration, see background page.

Nicolai Izmailov

Professor Nikolai Arkadievich Izmailov, Corresponding Member of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, headed the Department of Physical Chemistry of Kharkov State University from 1944 to 1961. All his scientific activity was connected with Kharkov University and Kharkov Pharmaceutical Research Institute. Nicolai Izmailov Two main directions of scientific interests of Nikolai Izmailov were (i) the influence of the solvent on dissociation of electrolytes; (ii) static and dynamics of the sorption from solutions. In 1938 he discovered the thin layer chromatography (together with M. Shraiber). In the thirties Izmailov investigated the possibility of application of various indicator electrodes, especially glass electrodes, in organic solvents. He proposed the most detailed scheme of electrolytes dissociation in solutions, generalized the concept of unique acidity scale in different solvents, proposed several new methods for estimating Gibbs energy of ion solvation, and contributed a lot to the theory of physico-chemical analysis. Izmailov is the author of more than 280 publications; his treatise ‘Electrochemistry of Solutions’ (1959) is well known to those working in the field of solution chemistry and still is frequently cited.
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Publications

  1. Yu.V. Kholin (2000) A Quantitative Physicochemical Analysis of Complexation in Solutions and on the Surface of Complexing Silicas: Meaningful Models, Mathematical Methods and their Application. Kharkov, Folio. 288 p. (in Russian)
  2. Korobov A. Kolmogorov-Johnson-Mehl-Avrami kinetics in different metrics // Phys. Rev. – 2007. – B 76, 085430 – 7 р.
  3. Lucho A.M.S., Panteleimonov A., Kholin Y., Gushikem Y. (2007) Simulation of adsorption equilibria on hybrid materials: Binding of metal chlorides with 3-n-propylpyridinium silsesquioxane chloride ion exchanger. J. Colloid and Interf. Sci. 310. 47-56.
  4. Lyakh D.I., Ivanov V.V., Adamowicz L. State-specific multireference complete-active-space coupled-cluster approach versus other quantum chemical methods: dissociation of the N2 molecule // Molecular Physics. – 2007. –V.105, № 10. – P. 1335-1357.
  5. Fransisco M.S.P., Cardoso W.S., Gushikem Y., Landers R., Kholin Y.V. Surface Modification with Phosphoric Acid of SiO2/Nb2O5 Prepared by the Sol-Gel Method: Structural-Textural and Acid Sites Studies and an Ion Exchange Model // Langmuir. – 2004. – V. 20. – P.8707-8714.
  6. Lyakh D.I., Ivanov V.V., Adamowicz L. Automated Generation of Coupled Cluster Diagrams. Implementation in the Multireference State-Specific Coupled Cluster Approach with the CAS Reference // J. of Chem. Phys. – 2004. – V.121, No 24. – P.1-13.
  7. Korobov A. Experiment vs theory in solid state reaction kinetics: a discrete model for NH4HCO3 thermal decomposition. // J. Thermal Anal. Cal. – 2003. – V. 74. – P. 211-225.

The theme of research effort

National projects (Ministry of education and science of Ukraine): "Control ling processes on phase boundaries and optimisation of conditions in hybrid analytical methods ", „Nano- and microdimensional materials: new approaches to design, simulation of properties and synthseis”; Tempus-Tacis: “Promoting student self-government: from the post-Soviet to the European model”, State Foundation of Fundamental research: “Influence of electron correlation effects on magnetic and electrical properties of non-carbon nanotubes”.

Graduate students

Dmitro Lyakh
Tetyana Klymenko
Anton Panteleimonov

Graduate students

Yedamenko Darya Viktorovna
“Micellar thin-layer chromatography”

Boichenko Alexander Pavlovich
“Modeling of retention and optimization of separation in micellar liquid chromatography”

Iwashchenko Anna Leonidovna
“Micellar liquid chromatography in the pharmaceutical analysis”

Galat Marina Nikolaevna

Savchenko Alexandr Viktorovich

Hoan Le Kong
“Aminodiphosphonic acids as complexing agents in aqueous and organized solutions”

Frolova Anastasiya Mihajlovna
“Modelling of processes in micellar liquid chromatography”

Graduate students

Gurina Yuliya Alexandrovna
post-graduate student
Phone: 8(057)7075445
Room: 2-90
The theme of thesis for a candidate’s degree: «Prototolytic equilibria of xanthene dyes in direct and reversed microemulsions»

Lukavenko Oksana Nikolaevna
post-graduate student
Phone: 8(057)7075445
Room: 2-87
The theme of thesis for a candidate’s degree: «Solubility, solvation and fluorescence of some oxazoles in water-organic solvents".

Palval Irina Nikolaevna
post-graduate student
Phone: 8(057)7075445
Room: 2-82
The theme of thesis for a candidate’s degree: “Ionic association picrates with cations of different nature in solvents with low and medium permittivity”

Filatov Dmitriy Yurieviсh
ufilatov@univer.kharkov.ua
Post-graduate student
Phone: 8(057)7075445
Room: 2-84
The theme of thesis for a candidate’s degree: “Acidity scale and protolytic equilibria in a mixture of protophobic and protophilic polar aprotic solvents”

Shekhovtsov Sergey Viktorovich
post-graduate student
Pone: 8(057)7075445
Room: 2-91
The theme of thesis for a candidate’s degree:’The kinetic of oxidation of Reichardt’s betaine dyes in solution’

Biryukov Alexander Viktorovich
post-graduate student
Phone: 8(057)7075445
Room: 2–91
The theme of thesis for a candidate’s degree: “Modelling of solvation, protolytic conversions, and spectral properties of xanthene and triphenylmethane dyes and luminophores”.