Ph.D. Studies

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Synthesis of hierarchical zeolites and their catalytic properties
Development of catalysts based on metal cations and oxide clusters in zeolitic matrices for reactions of NOx abatement.
MAS NMR spectroscopy of inorganic molecular sieves.
Optical properties of transition metal ions in zeolite matrices.
Experimental and theoretical study of transport-related structural characteristics of porous supports and supported microporous matrices.
Heterogeneous nucleation of zeolite crystals on non-porous and porous supports and their growth in confined spaces.
Study of sorption and immobilization phenomena in inorganic microporous membranes.
Permeation and diffusion of atmosphere components (O2,H2O,CO2) through layers of bentonite and other natural sorbents used as barriers in deposits of
Synthesis and structure characteristics of mesoporous materials.
Monomolecular films at the interface of two immiscible electrolyte solutions.
Electrochemical processes in monomolecular layers.
Electrochemical properties of supermolecular complexes.
Solvent relaxation in biomembranes.
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy in biological, electrochemical and inorganic-chemical systems.
High resolution molecular spectroscopy: hyperfine structure of rotation levels in degenerated vibrational states.
Development of quantum chemical methods for accurate ab initio calculations.
Quantum chemistry modeling of structure, reactivity, catalytic activity and properties of zeolites.
Chemical reactions of ions in gaseous phase and in collisions with surfaces.
Modification of solid surfaces by ion beams.
Nondestructive concentration depth profiling by XPS.
Laser photoacoustic spectrometry and its application to simulation of air pollution in a wind tunnel.
Dynamics and structure of small ionic clusters studied with high resolution IR spectroscopy.
Construction of an ultra-fast MID-IR and IR laser diode spectrometer based on nonlinear optical effects.
Photochemistry in a matrix of noble gases. Chemical dynamics of molecules trapped in solid matrices studied with spectroscopic techniques and excimer
Study of new types of superconducting materials using laser ablation technique.