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DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

Teachers, doctoral students and post-graduate students of the Department of Physical Chemistry participate in the implementation of six state budget research projects of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (total funding is more than two million UAH per year):

  1. Physico-chemical methods of obtaining functional materials(scientific supervisor, doctor of chemical sciences, professor  Oleksandr B Velichenko). The work is devoted to the establishment of the basic physicochemical and technological regularities of the influence of surface-active substances on the formation and properties of functional materials. It is supposed to identify the main factors that determine the effectiveness of additives as regulators of the rate of electrodeposition and corrosion fracture, physical and chemical properties of the received functional materials.
  2. Controlled synthesis of metal oxide materials with predictive properties(scientific supervisor, doctor of chemistry, professor  Oleksander B Velichenko). The project is aimed at establishing interrelationships between the composition, structural features, chemical bond and properties of simple and complex metal oxides. In the course of work, the development of a new theory of electrocrystallization and recrystallization of oxides, recommendations for controlled synthesis of materials on the basis of PbO2 based on the  given phase composition and texture is foreseen. The result of the work – a set of new experimental data on the influence of the conditions of electrolysis, the nature and concentration of the components of the electrolyte, the current collector and the thickness of the oxide layer on the phase composition and texture of the materials based on PbOwill be obtained. The universal kinetic model of phase formation and the theory of electrocrystallization of oxides, which takes into account the charge charge of the electrode surface and the electrically active particles on the regularity of electrocrystallization, as well as optimal correlation parameters of controlled electrochemical synthesis of oxide materials based on PbO 2 of the  given phase composition will be proposed . Recommendations on the stabilization of materials based on PbO 2 of the  given phase composition and texture in conditions of long anodic polarization in solutions of different composition will be developed; composition of electrolytes, electrolysis conditions and new modified and composite materials.
  3. Electrochemical synthesis of multicomponent nanostructured coatings: newest methods and electrolytes, electrode kinetics, properties, prospects of use(scientific adviser, doctor of chemical sciences, professor Felix Yosypovych Danilov) The project envisages the establishment of the basic laws of electrochemical synthesis of nanostructured multi-component electroplating (metal alloys and composites), and the development of new methods and electrolytes for obtaining functional coatings with a complex of predicted properties. It is planned to establish the factors defining the basic laws of electrodepositing of coatings by alloys and composites based on nickel, iron, chromium, tin, containing as a dispersed phase a nanoparticle of oxides of titanium, zirconium, cerium, etc .; to reveal kinetic characteristics of processes of co-precipitation of components of alloys and composite coatings and to offer a mechanism of these processes; to establish and substantiate correlations between the parameters of electrodeposition of alloys and composite materials and a complex of corrosion-electrochemical, mechanical and operational, catalytic, electro-catalytic and other properties of coatings. It is supposed to discover the factors of purposeful influence of the composition of the electrolyte and the mode of electrolysis on the kinetics of electrochemical processes and on the functional properties of nanostructured galvanic coatings based on nickel, chromium, iron and other metals.
  4. Composite catalysts of combined type in flow systems for use in zones of local conflicts(scientific advisor, doctor of chemistry, associate professor  Tetiana V. Lukianenko) The project is devoted to the development of the newest theory of controlled electrochemical synthesis of composite catalysts of the combined type, as well as the scientific and experimental bases of their effective use in conditionally nonreagent flow systems for the destruction of chemical and biological toxicants. Cardinally new methods of creating composite catalysts of combined type with dual electron and photo-catalytic activity are offered, due to the formation of reaction centers with the participation of electroactive ionic components of solutions on inert lobes-photo catalysts of the dispersed phase of suspension electrolytes and electrochemical recovery of TiO 2 nanotubes with the formation of titanium suboxides. Simultaneous operation of conditionally nonreagent flow systems will be organized in such a way that on the anode, except for direct electrochemical oxidation of toxicants, other products will be used as initial reagents for the formation of a new oxidant on a cathode (hydrogen peroxide) or a component of a mixture of oxidants for the implementation of in-depth oxidation processes. Efficiency of target processes is planned to be increased at the expense of simultaneous implementation of photochemical processes in parallel with electrochemical.
  5. Electrochemical destruction of toxic organic substances of aromatic nature  –  pollutants of the water environment(scientific supervisor candidate of chemical sciences  Olesia B.Shmychkova.) The project is devoted to the development of a technological scheme of electrochemical destruction of organic substances of aromatic nature – pollutants of the water environment through the use of metal-oxide electrodes, modified with additives of various ions. Experimental bases of the newest methods of electrochemical micromodification of the surface of anode materials will be developed due to the change in the ratio between different forms of oxygen-containing particles, which will allow both increase the speed of the target process and significantly increase its selectivity. The proposed project result set of anodes with high selectivity to deep oxidation of the various functional groups of aromatic compounds of different nature will allow a single device to use a technological chain for purification of water,
  6. Electrochemical corrosion and protection against corrosion of a number of structural steels in new types of ionic liquids(scientific advisor candidate of chemical sciences  Anna A.Kityk) The project is devoted to the establishment of the basic laws of electrochemical corrosion of some grades of structural steels in principally new types of ionic liquids – so-called low-temperature eutectic solvents, as well as the development of scientific principles of protection against corrosion damage in these aggressive environments. It is planned to establish the main factors determining the thermodynamic and kinetic regularities of electrochemical corrosion of metals in ionic liquids and to propose ways of protecting structural steels from corrosion damage. It is supposed to identify the factors of purposeful influence of the composition of low-temperature eutectic solvents, temperature and water concentration on the rate of corrosion process.

Scientific research at the Department of Physical Chemistry is carried out in the following areas:

  • development of scientific principles for directed synthesis of new catalytic-active and corrosion-resistant oxide composite materials; Investigation of electrocatalytic phenomena at high anode potentials with the participation of oxygen-containing radicals (supervisor – doctor of sciences, professor  O.B.Velichenko );
  • development of fundamental and applied aspects of adsorption phenomena in the near-electrode layer and their influence on electrochemical kinetics, as well as processes of phase formation and mass transfer; development and industrial introduction of new advanced technologies and methods of electrodeposition of metal, polymer and conversion coatings and preparation of metal products before coating (head – doctor of sciences, professor F.YDanilov.); 
  • development of the theory of stage electrochemical reactions and determination of the main factors of the predicted influence on the processes of electrodeposition of metals, their alloys and composites, on the physical, chemical and operational properties of electrochemically synthesized nanostructured coatings (supervisor – Dr. Sci., Prof. S.Protsenko ) ;
  • development of scientific bases and applied aspects of creation of composite catalysts of the combined type used in flow systems in zones of local conflicts (supervisor – doctor of sciences Lukyanenko T.V.).

According to Scopus  science and metric database, the Department of Physical Chemistry is ranked first in the Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University (the aggregate Worse Index is  84 ).

According to the scientific and metric database Scopus, the staff of the Department of Physical Chemistry have the following values ​​of the Worst Index (as of April 10, 2017):

Velichenko O.B. (Velichenko, Alexander B., Author ID: 7004205323), h-index = 21, number of citations 1369.

Danilov F.Y.  (Danilov, Felix I., Author ID: 7004038793), h-index = 18, number of citations 1290.

Protsenko V.S.  (Protsenko, Vyacheslav S., Author ID: 8855370200), h-index = 10, number of citations 377.

Lukianenko T.V.  (Lukianenko, Tatiana V., Author ID: 7004038793), h-index = 10, number of citations 332.

Girenko D.V. (GirenkoDmitriy V., Author ID: 7004517875), h-index = 9, number of citations 699.

Knysh V.O.  (Knysh Valentina A., Author ID: 24776321300), h-index = 6, number of citations 141.

Shmychkova O.B.  (Shmychkova, Olesia B., Author ID: 55838561100), h-index = 5, number of citations 99.

Kityk A.A (Kityk, A.A., Author ID: 53363564700), h-index = 3, number of citations 18.

Murashevych B.V.  (Murashevich, B.V. Author ID: 37013936100), h-index = 1, number of citations 5

Sukhomlyn D.A.  (Sukhomlyn D.A., Author ID: 6506592464), h-index = 1, number of citations 5

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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Monographs

  1. Electrodeposition of lead(IV) oxide from nitrate solutions [Text]: monograph / А. Velichenko, O. Shmychkova, T. Luk’yanenko – Saarbrücken (Germany): LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017. – 152 р. (ISBN: 978-3-330-05681-7).
  2. Electrocatalytic processes on lead dioxide [Text]: monograph / A. Velichenko (ed.), O. Shmychkova, T. Luk’yanenko. – Saarbrücken (Germany): LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017. – 145 р. (ISBN: 978-620-2-00757-3).
  3. Composites based on lead dioxide deposited from suspension electrolyte [Text]: monograph / Velichenko (Ed.), O. Shmychkova, T. Luk’yanenko – Saarbrücken (Germany): LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017. – 125 р. (ISBN: 978-620-2-02728-1).
  4. The influence of various dopants on initial stages of lead dioxide electrocrystallization from nitrate and methanesulfonate electrolytes [Text]: monograph / T. Luk’yanenko, A. Velichenko, O. Shmychkova // Lead-Acid Batteries LABAT’2017, Albena: LabatScience., 2017. – P. 257–290.
  5. Electrodeposition of electrocatalytic and photocatalytic Fe/TiO2 composite coatings using methanesulfonate electrolytes [Text] / Protsenko V.S., Vasil’eva E.A., Tsurkan A.V., Danilov F.I. // Electrospinning and electroplating: Fundamentals, methods and applications. – Ed. Toby Jacobs. – Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York. – 2017. – Chapter 6. – P. 177-226. (ISBN 978-1-53612-363-0, e-ISBN 978-1-53612-389-0).
  6. Physicochemical and electrochemical properties of deep eutectic solvents containing dissolved Ni(II) and Cr(III) salts: The effects of water content [Text] / Protsenko V.S., Kityk A.A., Bobrova L.S., Shaiderov D.A., Danilov F.I. // Ionic liquids: Electrochemistry, uses and challenges. – Ed. Bình Xuân. – Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York. – 2017. – Chapter 1. – P. 1-34. (ISBN 978-1-53612-689-1, e-ISBN 978-1-53612-690-7).
  7. Voltammetric study of corrosion of mild steel in deep eutectic solvents [Text] / Kityk A.A., Rublova Y.D., Bannyk N.G., Protsenko V.S., Danilov F.I. // Promising materials and processes in applied electrochemistry: Monograph / Eds. V.Z. Barsukov, Yu.V. Borysenko, O.V. Linyucheva, I.V., Senyk, V.G. Khomenko. – KNUTD, Kyiv. – 2017. – P. 135-142. (ISBN 978-966-7972-79-0).
  8. Electrochemical synthesis of protective ceria layers using methanesulfonate electrolytes Tsurkan A.V., Vasil’eva E.A., Protsenko V.S., Danilov F.I. // Promising materials and processes in applied electrochemistry: Monograph / Eds. V.Z. Barsukov, Yu.V. Borysenko, O.V. Linyucheva, I.V., Senyk, V.G. Khomenko. – KNUTD, Kyiv. – 2017. – P. 119-126. (ISBN 978-966-7972-79-0).
  9. Electrochemical Oxidation of Toxic Organic Aromatic Substances [Теxt] /  O. Shmychkova,  T. Luk’yanenko, V. Knysh // Promising materials and processes in applied electrochemistry: monograph / editor-in-chief V. Z. Barsukov. – Kyiv: KNUTD, 2017. – Рart. – P. 207-213. (ISBN 978-966-7972-61-5).
  10. Модифицированные катионами диоксидно-свинцовые электроды [Текст] / А. Величенко,О. Шмычкова, Т. Лукьяненко // LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken (Germany). – monograph. – 2016. (ISBN: 978-3-659-92538-2). 128Р.
  11. Fe/TiO2 composite coatings: electrodeposition and application for photo-catalytic dye degradation [Text] / A.V.Tsurkan, E. A. Vasil’eva, V. S. Protsenko, F. I. Danilov // Promising materials and processes in technical electrochemistry : monograph. – Kyiv : KNUTD, 2016. – P. 97-101. (ISBN 978-966-7972-61-5).
  12. Effect of water addition on physicochemical properties of electrochemical systems based on deep eutectic solvents [Text] / L.S.Bobrova, D. A. Shaiderov, A. A. Kityk, V. S. Protsenko, F. I. Danilov // Promising materials and processes in technical electrochemistry : monograph. – Kyiv : KNUTD, 2016. – P. 204-208. (ISBN 978-966-7972-61-5).
  13. The Influence of Ionic Dopas on Initial Stages of Lead Dioxide Electrocrystallisation [Текст] /  O. Shmychkova, T. Luk’yanenko,         A. Velichenko // monograph. – Kyiv: KNUTD, Україна, 2016. – (ISBN 978-966-7972-61-5). 5Р.
  14. Multistage electrochemical processes involving stable intermediates [Text] : monograph / V. Protsenko, F. Danilov // Saarbrücken (Germany) : LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2015. – 70 р. (ISBN: 978-3-659-67405-1).
  15. Electrodeposition of nanocrystalline chromium-carbon coatings from trivalent chromium baths [Text] / V. S. Protsenko, E. A. Vasil’eva, F. I. Danilov // Comprehensive Guide for Nanocoatings Technology : monograph. In 9 volumes. Volume 3. Properties and Development. – New York (USA) : Nova Science Publishers Inc., 2015. – Chapter 8. – P. 193-220. (ISBN: 978-1-63482-647-1).
  16. Temperature responses in linear voltammetry  [Text] / Protsenko V. S., Kityk A. A., Danilov F. I. // Voltammetry: Theory, Types and Applications. – Eds. Y. Saito, T. Kikuchi. – Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York. – 2014. – P. 318-336.
  17. Electrochemical incineration of some phenolic compounds and mtbe [Text] / A. B. Velichenko, R. Amadelli, Т. V. Luk’yanenko [et al.]// NATO Science for Peace and Security: сhapter of book. Series С. Environmental Security, 2012. Environmental and food Safety and Security for South-East Europe and Ukraine. – 2012. – P. 145 – 155.
  18. Экологически безопасные кислородсодержащие окислители и их роль в защите человека от техногенных и биологических загрязнений / Стусь В. П., Кравченко А. В., Кублановский В. С., Величенко А. Б.: Монография. – Днепропетровск: ООО «Акцент ПП», 2012. – 331 с.

Scientific articles, indexed by scientific-metric base Scopus, published during the last 5 years (as of 09.10.2016)

  1. Girenko, D.V., Velichenko, A.B.  Selection of the Optimal Cathode Material to Synthesize Medical Sodium Hypochlorite Solutions in a Membraneless Electrolyzer //    Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. – 2018– 54(1), P. 88-95. https://doi.org/10.3103/S1068375518010052
  2. Dmitrikova, L., Shmychkova, O., Zagorulko, S., Lukyanenko, T., Velichenko, A.  Electrochemical destruction of phenoxy herbicides on lead dioxide anodes  // Voprosy Khimii i Khimicheskoi Tekhnologii. – 2018– (2), P. 16-23. http://udhtu.edu.ua/public/userfiles/file/VHHT/2018/2/Dmitrikova.pdf
  3. Shmychkova, O.B., Knysh, V.A., Luk’yanenko, T.V., Amadelli, R., Velichenko, A.B.  Electrocatalytic Processes on PbO2 Electrodes at High Anodic Potentials // Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. – 2018– 54(1), P. 38-46. https://doi.org/10.3103/S1068375518010143
  4. Protsenko, V.S., Tsurkan, A.V., Vasil’eva, E.A. [et al.] Fabrication and characterization of multifunctional Fe/TiO2composite coatings // Materials Research Bulletin.–2018.–100, P. 32-41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.materresbull.2017.11.051
  5. Danilov, F.I., Protsenko, V.S. Electrodeposition of composite coatings using electrolytes based on deep eutectic solvents: A mini-review //Voprosy Khimii i Khimicheskoi Tekhnologii. – 2018. (1), P. 13-21. http://udhtu.edu.ua/public/userfiles/file/VHHT/2018/1/Danilov.pdf
  6. Toropin, N.V., Trush, Y.V., Murashevich, B.V., [et al.]  Synthesis of 1-(hydroxylphenyl)-3-aryl-5-mercapto-1,2,4-triazoles from arenalazine quinones // Voprosy Khimii i Khimicheskoi Tekhnologii.–2018.–(2), P. 46-50. http://udhtu.edu.ua/public/userfiles/file/VHHT/2018/2/Toropin.pdf
  7. O. B. Shmychkova, T. V. Luk’yanenko, Velichenko A.B. [et al.]  Physicochemical Properties of PbO2 Modified with Nickel Ions  // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2017. – V. 53, № 1. – P. 68–74. https://doi.org/10.1134/S2070205117010178
  8. V. А. Knysh, T. V. Luk’yanenko, A. Velichenko [et al.]   Electrodeposition of composite PbO2–TiO2 materials from colloidal methanesulfonate electrolytes  //Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry. – 2017. – V. 21 (2). – P. 537-544. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10008-016-3394-1
  9. O. B. Shmychkova, T. V. Luk’yanenko, A. Velichenko.   Lead dioxide electrocrystallization from nitrate and methanesulfonate electrolytes: the influence of various dopants on initial stages // ECS Transactions. – 2017. – V. 77 (11). – P. 1617-1623. http://ma.ecsdl.org/content/MA2017-01/38/1807.abstract
  10. A. Velichenko, T. Luk’yanenko, O. Shmychkova.  The influence of electrolyte nature on lead dioxide electrocrystallization  // Voprosy Khimii i Khimicheskoi Tekhnologii. – 2017. – V. 3 (112). – P. 32-39. http://udhtu.edu.ua/public/userfiles/file/VHHT/2017/3/Shmychkova.pdf
  11. Luk’yanenko T.V., Knysh V.A., Shmychkova O.B., Velichenko, A.B.  Dimensionality stable PbO2-based anodes // Voprosy Khimii i Khimicheskoi Tekhnologii.–2017.–(1), P. 11-17. http://udhtu.edu.ua/public/userfiles/file/VHHT/2017/1/Luk’yanenko.pdf
  12. Protsenko, V.S., Bobrova, L.S., Danilov, F.I. Physicochemical properties of ionic liquid mixtures containing choline chloride, chromium (III) chloride and water: effects of temperature and water content // Ionics.– 2017.– 23(3), P. 637-643. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11581-016-1826-7
  13. Danilov, F.I., Protsenko, V.S., Kityk, A. A. [et al.] Electrodeposition of Nanocrystalline Nickel Coatings from a Deep Eutectic Solvent with Water Addition // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces.– 2017.–53(6), P. 1131-1138. https://doi.org/10.1134/S2070205118010203
  14. Kityk, A.A., Protsenko, V.S., Danilov, F.I.[et al.] Choline chloride based ionic liquids containing nickel chloride: Physicochemical properties and kinetics of Ni(II) electroreduction // Electrochimica Acta.– 2017.–245, P. 133-145. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electacta.2017.05.144
  15. Danilov, F.I., Tsurkan, A.V., Protsenko, V.S. [et al.]  Electrochemical synthesis and properties of iron–titanium dioxide composite coatings // Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry. – 2017.– 90(7), P. 1148-1153. https://doi.org/10.1134/S1070427217070199
  16. Protsenko, V.S., Vasil’eva, E.A., Tsurkan, A.V., Danilov, F.I. [et al.]. Fe/TiO2 composite coatings modified by ceria layer: Electrochemical synthesis using environmentally friendly methanesulfonate electrolytes and application as photocatalysts for organic dyes degradation // Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering. – 2017. – 5(1), P. 135-146. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2016.11.034
  17. Kityk, A.A., Rublova, Y.D., Bannyk, N.G. [et al.]  Electrochemical impedance study of the effect of water additives on the rate of mild steel corrosion in deep eutectic solvent ethaline // Voprosy Khimii i Khimicheskoi Tekhnologii.–2017.–(6), P. 11-16. http://udhtu.edu.ua/public/userfiles/file/VHHT/2017/6/Kityk.pdf
  18. Proskurkin E.V., Sukhomlin D.A.  A Study of the Corrosion Resistance of Pump–Compressor Pipes with a Diffusion Zinc Coating under the Complicated Conditions of Gas-Producing Wells  // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces.– 2017.–53(7), P. 1288-1294. https://doi.org/10.1134/S2070205117070140
  19. O. Shmychkova, T. Luk’yanenko, R. Amadelli, A. Velichenko Electrodeposition of Ni2+-doped PbO2 and physicochemical properties of the coating // Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. – 2016. – Vol. 774. – P. 88–94. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1572665716302429
  20. V. S. Protsenko, L. S. Bobrova, F. I. Danilov Physicochemical properties of ionic liquid mixtures containing choline chloride, chromium (III) chloride and water: Effects of temperature and water content // Ionics. – 2016. DOI:10.1007/s11581-016-1826-7. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11581-016-1826-7
  21. D. Rosestolato, R. Amadelli, A. B. Velichenko Electrode characteristics for ozone production: a case study using undoped and doped PbO2 on porous platinised titanium substrates // Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry. – 2016. – Vol. 20. – P. 1181-1190. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10008-015-2945-1/fulltext.html
  22. L. S. Bobrova, F. I. Danilov, V. S. Protsenko Effects of temperature and water content on physicochemical properties of ionic liquids containing CrCl3×xH2O and choline chloride // Journal of Molecular Liquids. – 2016. – Vol. 223. – P. 48-53. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167732216307917
  23. F. I. Danilov, A. V. Tsurkan, E. A. Vasil’eva, V. S. Protsenko Electrocatalytic activity of composite Fe/TiO2 electrodeposits for hydrogen evolution reaction in alkaline solutions // International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. – 2016. – Vol. 41. – P. 7363-7372.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360319915317559
  24. E. A. Vasil’eva, A. V. Tsurkan, V. S. Protsenko, F. I. Danilov Electrodeposition of composite Fe–TiO2 coatings from methanesulfonate electrolyte // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2016. – Vol. 52. – P. 532-537. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205116030278
  25. O. Shmychkova, Т. Luk’yanenko, A. Piletska, A. Velichenko, R. Gladyshevskii, P Demchenko, R. Amadelli Electrocrystallization of lead dioxide: influence of early stages of nucleation on phase composition // Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. – 2015. – Vol. 746. – Р. 57–61. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S157266571500154X
  26. O. Shmychkova, Т. Luk’yanenko, A. Yakubenko, R. Amadelli, A. Velichenko Electrooxidation of some phenolic compounds at Bi-doped PbO2 // Applied Catalysis B: Environmental. – 2015. – Vol. 162. – Р. 346–351. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0926337314004093
  27. V. S. Protsenko, A. A. Kityk, D. A. Shaiderov, F. I. Danilov Effect of water content on physicochemical properties and electrochemical behavior of ionic liquids containing choline chloride, ethylene glycol and hydrated nickel chloride // Journal of Molecular Liquids. – 2015. – Vol. 212. – P. 716-722. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167732215308382
  28. V. S. Protsenko, F. I. Danilov Kinetics study and influence of water-soluble polymer on the electrodeposition of iron from a citrate-chloride electrolyte on the basis of Fe(III) // Turkish Journal of Chemistry. – 2015. – Vol. 39, № 3. – P. 610-619. http://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/chem/abstract.htm?id=16331
  29. O. B. Shmychkova, T. V. Luk’yanenko, A. B. Velichenko, R. E. Gladyshevskii, P. Yu. Demchenko, R. Amadelli The Influence of Deposition Conditions on Phase Composition of Lead Dioxide Based Materials // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2015. – Vol. 51, № 4. – P. 593–599. http://link.springer.com/journal/volumesAndIssues/11124
  30. V. S. Protsenko, E. A. Vasil’eva, I. V. Smenova, A. S. Baskevich, I. A. Danilenko, T. E. Konstantinova, F. I. Danilov Electrodeposition of Fe and composite Fe/ZrO2 coatings from a methanesulfonate bath // Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. – 2015. – Vol. 51, № 1. – P. 65-75. http://link.springer.com/article/10.3103/S1068375515010123
  31. V. S. Protsenko, E. A. Vasil’eva, F. I. Danilov Electrodeposition of lead coatings from a methanesulphonate electrolyte // Journal of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy. – 2015. – Vol. 50, № 1. – P. 39-43. http://dl.uctm.edu/journal/node/j2015-1/6_Protsenko_39-43.pdf
  32. Shmychkova O., Luk’yanenko T., Amadelli R., Velichenko A. Рhysico-chemical properties of РbО2-anodes doped with Sn4+ and complex ions // Journal of Electroanal. Chemistry. – 2014. – Vol. 717-718. – Р. 196–201. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/15726657/717-718
  33. Girenko D. V., Velichenko A. B., Mahé E., Devilliers D. Еlectrodeposition of thin electrocatalytic РbО2 layer on fluorine-doped tin oxide substrates // Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. – 2014. – Vol. 712. – Р. 194–201.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/15726657/712
  34. V. S. Protsenko, F. I. Danilov Chromium electroplating from trivalent chromium bath sasanenvironmentally friendly alternative to hazardous hexavalent chromium baths: comparative study on advantages and disadvantages // Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. – 2014. – Vol. 16, № 6. – P. 1201-1206. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10098-014-0711-1/fulltext.html
  35. V. Protsenko, V. Gordiienko, T. Butyrina, E. Vasil’eva, F. Danilov Hard chromium electrodeposition from trivalent chromium bath containing water-soluble polymer // Turkish Journal of Chemistry. – 2014. – Vol. 38, № 1. – P. 50-55. http://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/chem/abstract.htm?id=1440
  36. O. B. Shmychkova, T. V. Luk’yanenko, L. V. Dmitrikova, A. В. Velichenko Physico-сhemical properties of РbО2-anodes modified by Bi3+ ions // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2014. – Vol. 50, № 2. – P. 218–222. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205114020166
  37. O. I. Kasian, T. V. Luk’yanenko, R. Amadelli, A. В. Velichenko Anodes based on Pt doped titanium sub-oxides // ECS Transactions. – 2014. – Vol. 58, № 19. – P. 75–84. http://ecst.ecsdl.org/content/58/19/75.abstract
  38. O. B. Shmychkova, T. V. Luk’yanenko, R. Amadelli, A. В. Velichenko PbO2-anodes modified by cerium ions // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2014. – Vol. 50, №. 4. – P. 493–498. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205114040169
  39. F. I. Danilov, I. V. Sknar, Yu. E. Sknar Electroplating of Ni–Fe alloys from methanesulfonate electrolytes // Russian Journal of Electrochemistry. – 2014. – Vol. 50, № 3. – P. 293-296. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1023193514030045
  40. V. S. Protsenko, E. A. Vasil’eva, I. V. Smenova, F. I. Danilov  Electrodeposition of iron/titania composite coatings from methanesulfonate electrolyte // Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry. – 2014. –Vol. 87, № 3. – P. 283-288.  http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1070427214030069
  41. F. I. Danilov, V. S. Protsenko, A. A. Kityk Estimation of the protective ability of chromium coatings deposited from sulfate and methanesulfonate electrolytes based on Cr(III) // Protection of Metals and Ph. Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2014. –Vol. 50, № 5. – P. 672-678. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205114050074
  42. F. I. Danilov, I. G. Tkach, I. V. Sknar, Yu. E. Sknar Ni–Co alloy сoatings obtained from methanesulfonate electrolytes // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2014. –Vol. 50, № 5. – P. 639-642. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205114050062
  43. V. S. Protsenko, A. A. Kityk, F. I. Danilov Kinetics and mechanism of chromium electrodeposition from methanesulfonate solutions of Cr(III) salts // Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. – 2014. – Vol. 50, № 5. – P. 384-389. http://link.springer.com/article/10.3103/S106837551405007X
  44. Kasian O. I., Luk’yanenko T. V., Demchenko P., Gladyshevskii R. E., Amadelli R., Velichenko A. B. Electrochemical properties of thermally treated platinized Ebonex® with low content of Pt // Electrochimica Acta. – 2013. – Vol. 109. – Р. 630–637.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00134686/109
  45. Amadelli R., Ferro S., Barison S., Kötz, R., Schnyder B., Velichenko A. B. A Comparative study of cathodic electrodeposited nickel hydroxide films electrocatalysts. // Electrocatalysis. – 2013. – Vol. 4, № 4. – Р. 329-337. http://link.springer.com/journal/12678/4/4/page/1
  46. Shmychkova O., Luk’yanenko T., Velichenko A., Meda L., Amadelli R. Bi-doped PbO2 anodes: electrodeposition and physico-chemical properties // Electrochimica Acta. – 2013. – Vol. 111. – Р. 332–338. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00134686/111
  47. Shmychkova O., Luk’yanenko T., Amadelli R., Velichenko A. Electrodeposition of Ce-doped PbO2 // Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. – 2013. – Vol. 706. – Р. 86–92. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/15726657/706
  48. R. Amadelli, L. Samiolo, A. В. Velichenko An electrochemical and radiotracer investigation on lead dioxide: Influence of the deposition current and temperature // Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society. – 2013. – Vol. 78, №. 12. – P. 2099–2114. http://www.doiserbia.nb.rs/img/doi/0352-5139/2013/0352-51391300122A.pdf
  49. O. I. Kasian, T. V. Luk’yanenko, A. B. Velichenko Anodic oxidation of Cr3+ ions in a chromium electroplating bath on Pt and composite TiOx/PtOy // Russian Journal of Electrochemistry. – 2013. – Vol. 49, № 12. – Р. 1165–1170. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1023193512110067
  50. O. Kasian, T. Luk’yanenko, A. Velichenko Oxidation of Cr3+-ions at the composite TiOx/PtOy electrode // ECS Transactions. – 2013. – Vol. 45, № 9. – Р. 13–18. http://ecst.ecsdl.org/content/45/9/13.abstract
  51. O. I. Kasian, T. V. Luk’yanenko, R. Amadelli, A. B. Velichenko Electrochemical properties of Ebonex®/Pt anodes [Text] // Russian Journal of Electrochemistry. – 2013. – Vol. 49, № 6. – Р. 557–562. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1023193513060062
  52. O. I. Kasian, T. V. Luk’yanenko, A. B. Velichenko Electrochemical properties of heat-treated platinized Titanium // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces ate solutions. – 2013. – Vol. 49, № 5. – Р. 559–566. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205113050043
  53. A. B. Velichenko, T. V. Luk’yanenko, O. I. Kasian, R. AmadelliP. Yu. DemchenkoR. E. Gladyshevskii Physicochemical properties and electrochemical behavior of Ebonex/Pt-based materials // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces ate solutions. – 2013. – Vol. 49, № 6. – P. 705–711. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205113060178
  54. O. Shmychkova, А. Magomedova, D. Girenko, T. Luk’yanenko, A. Velichenko Bi3+ ions influence on lead dioxide electrodeposition kinetics from methanesulfonate electrolytes // Chemistry and Chemical Technology. – 2013. – Vol. 7, № 4. – P. 365–368. http://old.lp.edu.ua/fileadmin/ICCT/journal/Vol.7/No_4/01.pdf
  55. F. I. Danilov, V. S. Protsenko, V. O. Gordiienko Electrode processes occurring during the electrodeposition of chromium-carbon coatings from solutions of Cr(III) salts with carbamide and formic acid additions // Russian Journal of Electrochemistry. – 2013. –Vol. 49, № 5. – P. 475-482. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1023193513050054
  56. F. I. Danilov, V. S. Protsenko, V. O. Gordiienko, A. S. Baskevich, V. V. Artemchuk Electroplating of wear-resistant nanocrystalline coatings from a bath containing basic chromium(III) sulfate (chrome tanning agent) // Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. – 2013. –Vol. 49, № 3. – P. 299-303. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S2070205113030076
  57. E. A. Vasil’eva, I. V. Smenova, V. S. Protsenko, T. E. Konstantinova, F. I. Danilov Electrodeposition of hard iron–zirconia composite coatings from a methanesulfonate electrolyte // Russian J. of Applied Chemistry. – 2013. –Vol. 86, № 11. – P. 1735-1740. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1070427213110177
  58. A. A. Kityk, V. S. Protsenko, F. I. Danilov Voltammetry study of Cr(III)/Cr(II) systemin methanesulfonate and sulfate solutions: Temperature dependences // Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. – 2013. –Vol. 689. – P. 269-275. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S157266571200416X

During the last 5 years, the following doctoral and master’s theses were defended:

  1. Protsenko V. S. Static electrochemical processes during electrodeposition of metals with the participation of stable intermediates: diss. … doctor chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / ProtsenkoVyacheslavSergeevich. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2013. – 436 p. (scientific consultant – Prof. Danilov F. Y.). [ Abstract]
  2. Gruzdeva O.V. Electrochemical system Pb (II) methanesulfonate – PbO 2: dis. … candidate chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / GorzdevaOlenaVladimirovna. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2011. – 139 p. (scientific adviser – Prof. Velichenko O. B.). [ Abstract ]
  3. Sknar I.V.Electrospinning of nickel and its alloys from methylsulfonate electrolytes: dis. … candidate chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / SknarIrynaVladimirovna. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2011. – 139 p. (scientific advisor – Prof. Danilov F. Y.). [ Abstract]
  4. Vasilieva O.O. Electrodeposition of lead-based antifriction coatings from methylsulphonate electrolytes: diss. … candidate of those. Sciences: 05.17.03 – technical electrochemistry / VasilievaOlenaOleksandrivna. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2011. – 135 p. (scientific advisor – Prof. Danilov F. Y.). [ Abstract]
  5. Amirulloieva NV Regularities of adsorption and inhibitory action of cationic polyelectrolytes and their associates with alkyl sulfonates: dis. … candidate chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / Amirulloyeva Natalya Valerievna. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2011. – 146 p. (scientific supervisor – Prof. V. Obraztsov). [ Abstract]
  6. Murashevich BV Synthesis and reactions of zeralazinesquinones: diss. … candidate chem. Sciences: 02.00.03 – organic chemistry / MurachevichBogdanValerievich. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2011. – 158 p. (scientific supervisor – Prof. Burmistrov K.S.). [ Abstract]
  7. Gordienko VO Electrodeposition of nanocrystalline chromium-carbon coatings from solutions of chromium salts (III): diss. … candidate of those. Sciences: 05.17.03 – technical electrochemistry / Gordienko Viktor Olegovich. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2012. – 144 p. (scientific advisor – Prof. Danilov F. Y.). [ Abstract]
  8. Kasian O.I. Composite anodes Ti xy / Pt in chromium electrolytes based on Cr (III) salts. [Text]: Dis …. Cand. chem Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / Olga Ivan Kasyan. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2012. – 160 p. (scientific adviser – Prof. Velichenko O. B.). [ Abstract ]
  9. Kityk A. A. Electrode processes in the Cr (III) – methanesulphonic acid system: diss. … candidate chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / Kits Anna Adamivna. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2013. – 127 p. (scientific advisor – Prof. Danilov F. Y.). [ Abstract]
  10. Shmychkova O. B. Dioxide-lead electrodes, modified by metal compounds in high oxidation stages: dis. … candidate chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / ShmichkovaOlesyaBorisovna. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2014. – 148 p. (scientific adviser – Prof.  Velichenko O. B.). [ Abstract ]
  11. Rublev, E. D. Derivatives of polyhexamethylene guanidine – complex inhibitors of electrochemical and related processes on low carbon steel in a neutral medium: dis. … candidate chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / RublyovaElizavetaDmitrievna. – Dnipropetrovsk, 2016. – 148 p. (scientific advisor – Prof. Danilov F. Y.). [Abstract]
  12. Lukianenko T.V. Electrospension of composite electrocatalysts based on PbO 2frommethanesulfonate electrolytes: dis. … doctor chem. Sciences: 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry / Tatiana V. Lukianenko .- Dnipropetrovsk, 2016. – 394 p. (scientific adviser – Prof. Velichenko O. B.). [Abstract]

Prof. Danilov F. Y., prof. Velichenko O. B. and prof. Protsenko V. S. are members of the specialized academic council  D 08.078.01 at the State Technical University “Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University” with the right to accept and conduct the defense of theses for obtaining a scientific degree of a doctor (candidate) of chemical sciences in specialties 02.00.01 – inorganic Chemistry and 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry.

Prof. Danilov F. Y., prof. Velichenko O. B. and prof. Protsenko V. S. are members of the editorial board of the scientific and technical journal “Problems of Chemistry and Chemical Technology” ( www.vhht.dp.ua ) (Prof. Danilov F. Y. – Chief Editor, Prof. V. Protsenko, Deputy Editor-in-Chief), who is registered in the list of scientific specialized editions of Ukraine in the branches of chemical and technical sciences).

Professors of the Department of Physical Chemistry are reviewers in leading foreign journals with a high impact factor (Journal of the Electrochemical Society, ElectrochimicaActa, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, Applied Surface Science, Surface and Coatings Technology, Materials Letters, Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, Journal of Power Sources, Journal of the Institute of Chemical Engineers, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Desalination and Water Treatment, Water Research, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, Environmental Science and Technology, etc.).

The teachers of the Department of Physical Chemistry participated in the implementation of the GL2009-5 “Application of Nano-crystalline Trivalent Cr Electroplating for Industrial Use”, carried out within the framework of the Korean-Eurasian International Technology Cooperation Program in the field of components and materials supported by the Ministry of Economy Republic of Korea (140,000 USD).

According to the budget program 2201250 “Training, internship, advanced training of students, postgraduates, scientific and pedagogical and pedagogical workers abroad” (the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated May 16, 2011, No. 546), the staff of the Department passed a competitive selection in the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and received grants. for internship abroad: Associate Professor GirenkoDmytroVadymovych (University of Pierre and Maria Curie, Paris, France, November 2011), postgraduate student OlesiaBorysivnaShmychkova (University of Ferrara, Italy, December 2012 – May 2013)

 Ph.D. Kasian O.I. received a grant for research work “Electrochemical determination of the concentration and size of nanoshells of silver” and a scientific internship at Branderburg Technological University, Zenterberg, Germany (at the expense of the host side, 2014-2015). Also, Ph.D. Kasian received a grant from the Humboldt fellowship for postdoctoral researches, Germany for research (2015-2016).

Teachers of the department Lukyanenko T., Kasian O. I., Knysh V. A. were awarded the Prize of the President of Ukraine for young scientists in 2014 for a series of scientific works “Nanocompositionelectrocatalysts for controlled synthesis”.

According to the results of the first in the history of independent Ukraine, a competition for projects of scientific works and scientific and technological (experimental) developments of young scientists who work (study) in higher educational institutions and scientific institutions belonging to the management of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, two projects proposed Young teachers of the Department of Physical Chemistry, were selected for selection and their financing at the expense of the state budget was started in 2016 (Order of the Ministry of Education and Science dated August 15, 2014, No. 973):

  1. Electrochemical destruction of toxic organic substances of aromatic nature –  pollutants of the water environment  (scientific advisor  Shmychkova O. B. ).
  2. Electrochemical corrosion and protection against corrosion of a number of structural steels in new types of ionic liquids(scientific advisor  Kityk A.A. ).