VI.Vernadsky Institute of General
of Sciences of Ukraine
and Inorganic Chemistry

of the National Academy
of Sciences of Ukraine

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Areas of work of the department

"New knowledge-intensive functional inorganic substances, materials, coatings".

Main areas of research:

1. Nanochemistry, nanomaterials, nanotechnology of high-tech functional inorganic substances, materials and coatings:
- nanochemistry and chemistry of ionic liquid crystals and their hybrid composites;
- Synthesis of new carbon materials and quantum dots in aqueous and alcohol solutions and their interaction with d-metal coordination compounds.

2. Synthesis and research using modern physical methods and phenomena of functionally oriented nanosystems, heterostructures and composite materials, new "green" catalysts, sorbents, membrane materials based on them.
- synthesis of layered and refractory nanoparticles by conductor explosion;
- chemical transformations under the influence of optical near-field and high-frequency electromagnetic radiation.

3. Materials and processes of separation, concentration in liquid and solid phases of valuable, toxic components from aqueous and non-aqueous liquids of natural, man-made and biogenic origin.

4. Research by the ESCA method of the Center for Collective Use of Scientific Instruments "X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy RFS/ESCA".

History of the department

Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov described the history of the department in detail in his article "Scientific directions and achievements in the field of physical and inorganic chemistry" (Ukrainian Chemical Journal - 2004, Vol. 70, No. 7, pp. 9-16).

The Department of High-Temperature Inorganic Chemistry was established by S.V. Volkov in 1975 and later renamed the Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry (1992). Traditional research of the Institute and its first director, Academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences V.O. Plotnikov (1873-1947) on the chemistry of nonaqueous solutions and complexation and his associates and students, Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences V.O. Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences V.O. Izbekov (1881-1963) and Academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences Y.K. Delimarsky (1904-1990). ) in the field of chemistry and electrochemistry of salt solutions was supplemented by new scientific areas: gas-phase chemistry of volatile coordination compounds, laser chemistry, plasma chemistry, quantum chemistry, nanochemistry, and the study of coordination compounds under extreme high-temperature conditions, which are still relevant for the development of general and inorganic chemistry. The scientific achievements of the department are summarized in numerous articles, patents, 33 monographs and books, including: S.V. Volkov and K.B. Yatsymirsky "Spectroscopy of molten salts" (Kyiv, Naukova Dumka, 1977, 223 pp.); S.V. Volkov, V.F. Hryshchenko and Y.K. Delimarsky "Coordination chemistry of salt melts" (Kyiv, Naukova Dumka, 1977, 332 pp. ); S.V. Volkov and V.A. Zasukha "Quantum Chemistry of Coordination Condensed Systems" (Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 1985, 296 pp.); S.V. Volkov, E.P. Kovalchuk, V.M. Ogenko, O.V. Reshetnyak "Nanochemistry, nanosystems, nanomaterials" (Kyiv, Naukova Dumka, 2008, 424 p.); S.V. Volkov "Selected works" (Kyiv, Naukova Dumka, 2010, 862 p.); S.V. Volkov "Selected notes and sketches of modern chemistry" (Kyiv, Kyiv University Publishing and Printing Center, 2015, 191 p.); L.H. Kozin, S.V. Volkov, I.N. Skryptun "Modern hydrogen energetics and ecology (Kyiv, Akademperiodyka, 2019, 364 p.)

Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of the Institute, Head of the Department S. Volkov

Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of the Institute, Head of the Department S. Volkov. Even at home, science is above all.

Since the department's inception, 11 doctoral and 33 PhD theses have been defended.

The scientific achievements of Academician S.V. Volkov, his ideas, scientific and professional principles are now successfully developed by students and followers of the scientific school "Extreme Coordination and Biocoordination Chemistry" created by him in the following areas: ionic melts (groups of Candidate of Chemical Sciences M.I. Buriak, → Doctor of Chemical Sciences V.A. Zasukha, → Doctor of Chemical Sciences T.A. Mirna); vapor-gas and heterogeneous systems (group of Doctor of Chemical Sciences Mazurenko E.A. → Department of Ph. Mazurenko E.A. - Dr. Trunova O.K.); high-boiling molecular solvents (group of Dr. Fokina Z.A. → Dr. Pehnyo V.I. → Yanko O.G.); biocoordination chemistry (Department of Academician Volkov S.V., group of Ph. D. Nemykin V.M. → Laboratory of Dr. Varzatsky O.A. → Department of Corresponding Member of NAS of Ukraine V.I. Pehnyo, Laboratory of Dr. Chernia V.Y.). Chernia V.Y.).

Scientific Family, Department of Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov.

Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov and one of his first postgraduate students, Ph. M.I. Buriak

The impression of the works of Volkov S.V. and the staff of the department can be judged by the words of Professor K. Seddon (Great Britain) - editor of the book on the problem "Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids" (Heraklion, Crete, Greece, April 12-16, 2000) at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (NATO-ARW), where students of Academician Volkov S.V. participated: Mazurenko E.A., Myrna T.A., Pehnyo V.I., Fokina Z.A: "...I was impressed by the quality, depth and intellectual content of these works. A group of outstanding scientists is working with you" (Ukrainian Chemical Journal - 2004. - Vol. 70, No. 7, - pp. 9-16).

Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov discusses experimental results with the department's senior researcher G.G. Yaremchuk

After the death of Volkov S.V., since 2017, the department has been headed by Volodymyr Mykhailovych Ohenko, a competitive corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences. Also, since 2017, as a result of the reorganization of the Institute, a non-structural laboratory has been operating in the department under the direction of Doctor of Chemical Sciences Yulia Dzyazko.

Modern composition of the department

Head of the department
Ogenko Vladimir Mikhailovich
Chief researcher
Mirna Tetiana Alfredivna
Senior researchers
Buryak Mykola Ivanovych Alexander Mikhailovich Korduban Lyudmila B. Kharkova
Yanko Oleg Georgievich Halyna Hryhorivna Yaremchuk
Researcher
Dubrovina Lyubov Vasylivna
Junior researcher
Kryshchuk Taras Vasylovych
Leading process engineer
Mashkova Emilia Mikhailovna

Employees of the non-structural laboratory

Leading researcher
Dzyazko Yulia Serhiivna
Senior researcher
Rozhdestvenskaya Lyudmila Mikhailovna
Researcher
Oleksiy Valeriyovych Palchik
Junior researcher
Kudelko Kateryna Olehivna

Implemented projects of the department

The staff of the department developed methods for the synthesis of monodisperse metal and semiconductor mono- (Au, Ag, Cu, and sulfides and selenides of Zn, Cd, Pb) and core/shell heteronanoparticles (CdSe/CdS, CdS/CdSe, CdSe/ZnS, CdSe/PbS, Ag/CdS, Ag/CdS, Ag/PbSe, Ag/PbS, Ag/ZnSe, Au/CdS, Au/CdSe). The dependence of the nanoparticle size on the cationic composition of the nanoreactor, interaction time, and temperature was determined. New optical composites with nanoparticles of semiconductors and metals for functional optoelectronics were created on the basis of ionic LCDs for the first time. The nonlinear optical properties of nanocomposites based on cadmium caprylate with CdSe/ZnS, Au/CdSe, Ag/ZnSe, Ag/ZnS, Ag/CdS, Ag/PbS CdSe/ZnS, and Au/CdSe heteronanoparticles were studied. A fast nonlinear optical response and relatively high values of the third-order optical nonlinearity ~10-8 compared to 10-12 for known materials (dyes) were found. Cu(II) metal nanoparticles with a size of 10-20 nm in ethanol and 12-25 nm in ethylene glycol were synthesized in a liquid medium from Cu(II) solvate complexes using the reducing agent NaH2PO2 and temperature. Coating of SiO2 and ZrO2 oxides with Cu nanoparticles to form nanocomposites [CuSiO2] - 25-50 nm, [CuZrO2] - 30-60 nm was recorded.

Students-associates (Doctor of Sciences - Professor) S.V. Volkov (from left to right): Corresponding Member of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. V.M. Ogenko, Ph. E.K. Trunova, Academician S.V. Volkov, Doctor of Chemical Sciences T.A. Mirna, Member of the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics. V.I. Pekhnyo, Doctor of Chemical Sciences V.Y. Cherniy.

Nitrogen-modified graphene-like carbon structures were synthesized by plasmochemical recondensation, electrochemical intercalation, and hydrothermal method in an autoclave from aqueous solutions of citric acid and ethylenediamine: carbon quantum dots (QDs) with a size of 2-10 nm and structures with a size of 10-100 μm. It was found that by adjusting the arc discharge power and the chemical composition of impurities in the medium, it is possible to obtain N-containing materials of different sizes and different surface chemistry both in the form of suspensions and solutions and in a dry powder state. Their study by XRF confirmed the presence of non-condensed nitrogen chemisorption centers. The processes of interaction in the surface layer of the HCT with solutions of rhodium, ruthenium, and palladium chlorides were studied by electron and infrared spectroscopy. It was found that in these solutions, the characteristic absorption bands of π→π*, n→π* electronic transitions in the UV region and transitions with charge transfer from ligand to metal and d-d electronic transitions in the visible region undergo corresponding changes, indicating the sorption of metals on the surface of the HCT, as well as the possible formation of coordination bonds with them.

Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of the Institute, Head of the Department S.V. Volkov, Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine NAS of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko

New chalcogen halides of platinum metals mixed by metal and chalcogen were synthesized in the media of dichalcogen dihalides with excess chalcogen (t = 100-200 °C). The structure and some catalytic properties of the new ternary rhenium thioselenobromide complex Re3Se3S4Br13, as well as the catalytic properties of the RhSe2/Ga/H-ZSM-5 system in the reaction of glycerol dehydration in the gas phase were investigated.

The nano-family of the member of the NAS. NAS of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko

Tubular ceramic membranes made of clay minerals were modified with silica and pyrolysis. The carbonization precursor was polymers formed from polyisocyanate and sodium salt of carboxymethyl cellulose and polyisocyanate and sucrose. The size of the filler particles of the synthesized membranes, depending on the composition of the modifier, was found to be from 30 nm to ~1 μm by XRD and SEM. Testing of such membranes was carried out by purifying water from Ca2+ and Fe3+, which showed that the modified membranes acquired ultrafiltration properties: the Ca2+ retention coefficient is 28 %, and Fe3+ - 78 - 99.9 %.

Dr. Yurii Dzyasko with the laboratory staff during a lunch break.

International projects:

1. INTAS projects:
– 93-2649 “Liquid crystals in ionic systems”
Thesis advisor: Doctor of Chemical Sciences. Mirna T.A., 1994-1996
– 00-00689 Design and Properties of New Polymeric Cluster Cyanide Solids with One, Two- and Three-Dimensionality.
Academic advisor: Academician Volkov S.V., 2001-2003.

2. STCU projects:
- No. 376 "Development of new effective environmentally friendly methods of processing and selective extraction of rare, scattered and precious metals from aircraft, missile and other types of military equipment for the needs of civilian production", supervisor: Academician Volkov S.V., 1997-1999;
- No. Gr-32-J Direct synthesis of new complex compounds with valuable properties from products of equipment to be converted. supervisor: academician Volkov S.V. 2000-2002;
- No. 294 "Selection and Study of Fuel and Structural Materials of Systems with Liquid Salt Blanks for Accelerator-Driven Plutonium Conversion and Nuclear Transmutation of Radioactive Waste", supervisor: Academician Volkov S.V., 2003-2005;
- No. 4914 "New nanostructured composite materials on mesomorphic salts of metal alkanoates for electronic and photonic information systems". Supervisor: prof., doctor of chemical sciences. Mirna T.A. 2008-2010;
- No. 3322 "Development of technology for the elimination of environmental consequences of transport accidents, military conflicts and terrorist acts" (Scientific adviser from IZNKh: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko). 2006-2008.
3. Project of NAS of Ukraine - PRC № 4/-7-C "Development of transparent heat-insulating coating for window glass based on nanoscale fillers" Scientific supervisor from the IZNH: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko. 2007.
4. R&D under the cooperation agreement between the State Foundation for Basic Research of Ukraine and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research:
- Project RFFD № 30/08-RFFD "New transition metal chalcohalides and complexes based on them (synthesis, structure, physical and chemical properties)" (Supervisor: Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov). 2008-2009;
- Contract No. 53/106-2013 "Chalcobromides of platinum and rhenium metals and complexes based on them", (Supervisor: Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov). 2013 Foreign partner A.V. Nikolayev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
- Contract No. F53/107-2013 "Effective heterogeneous catalysts based on nanodispersed carbon-oxide materials and mono- or bimetallic nanoparticles of transition metals" Scientific adviser: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko. 2013 р.;
- Contract No. F54.3/012. "Synthesis, study and properties of metal-polymer complexes of d- and f-metals" Supervisor: Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov. Term of execution: 10.06.2013 - 2013. Foreign partner - Belarusian State University.

National projects

1. State Committee of Industrial Policy of Ukraine :
Contract No. 170х-00 "Development of new photoelectrochromic ionic liquid crystal materials for optoelectronics, computing and laser technology" Supervisor Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences Mirna T.A. 2001-2003.

2. Targeted research program of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine "Nanostructural systems, nanomaterials, nanotechnologies":
- Contract No. 86/N "Creation of new functional nanosystems in liquid crystal glass-forming salt systems and study of their structure, optical and electrophysical properties". Supervisor: Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences. Mirna T.A. 2004-2006;
- Contract No. 54/08-N "Complex project "Synthesis of nanoparticles and heterostructured nanocomposites in molten and non-aqueous media". Academic advisor: Academician Volkov S.V. 2007-2009;
- Contract No. 58/08-N "Synthesis and stabilization of carbon composite and semiconductor nanostructures for chemical current sources, fuel cells and photoluminescent materials" Supervisor: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko, 2008;
- Contract 58/10-14-N Complex project: "Chemical and electrochemical synthesis, structure and properties of hybrid organic-inorganic liquid crystalline and heterostructured metal and semiconductor nanocomposites". Academic advisor: Academician Volkov S.V. 2010-2014;
- Contract №33/-N "Hybrid nanocomposites and nanostructures with plasmon resonance and exciton absorption based on liquid crystals, metals and semiconductors (synthesis, optical, electrochromic, chemichromic, photoelectrocatalytic properties)" Supervisors: Academician Volkov S.V., 2015-2016, Doctor of Chemical Sciences. Mirna T.A., 2016-2019;
- Contract No. 36/16-N "Hybrid photosensitive composites based on organic dyes and nanocarbon structures" (Scientific adviser: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko). 2015-2019.

3. State Targeted Scientific and Technical Program "Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials":
- Contract No. 6.22.1.8 "Development of methods for the synthesis of new ion-conducting nanomaterials based on transition metal oxides for sensing and energy-converting systems" Supervisor: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko (2010-2014);

4. Targeted comprehensive program of fundamental research of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine "Fundamental problems of creation of new substances and materials of chemical production":
- Contract No. 11 "Development of new ways to create nanomaterials (optoelectronic, photo-plasmonic, catalytic) using low-temperature ionic liquids, liquid crystals and cascade synthesis processes" Academician Volkov S.V. 2012-2013;
- Contract No. 28-13 "Formation of heterogeneous catalytic nanosystems for environmentally safe reactions of fine organic synthesis". Scientific adviser: Corresponding Member of NAS of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko. 2013;
- Contract No. 8 "Development of new methods for obtaining nanoparticles, nanogeoterrestructures and nanocomposites of metals, metal oxides and chalcogenides, and nanostructured alloys in ionic liquids and liquid crystal nanoreactors. Determination of their optical, corrosion, catalytic and electrocatalytic properties." Academic advisor: Academician Volkov S.V. 2014-2016;
- Contract No. 10-(15-19) "Development of nanostructured composite systems based on transition metals for the directed catalytic reduction of aromatic nitro compounds" Supervisor: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko: 2015-2019. Partner institution: Institute of Organic Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine;

5. Comprehensive Research Program (CRP) of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine "Fundamental Problems of Hydrogen Energy":
- Contract No. 26-08 "Development and research of materials with specific adsorption activity for hydrogen using polymeric, carbon, macrocyclic components in supramolecular inorganic matrices". Scientific adviser: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko. 2008 р.;
- contract 1-08 "Development of a high-performance process for the production of hydrogen with high parameters (pressure, volume, release rate) using energy storage substances based on aluminum, magnesium, silicon, boron and their silicides (project, pilot plant)" (Supervisor: Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S. Volkov). 2008-2009 р.

6. Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine:
- Contract No. DP/59 - Chalcogenide and chalcogen halide rhodium compounds in new catalytic processes. Scientific supervisor: academician Volkov S.V., 2003.
- Contract No. M/123-2009. "Joint development of a transparent heat-insulating coating for window glass based on nanodispersed fillers". Scientific supervisor - member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko. NAS of Ukraine V.M. Ogenko. 2009 р.

7. CJSC "Element-Converter" (Zaporizhzhya):
- Contract No. 4/1-4/6 2003 "Rhodium plating of copper contact plates with a silver sublayer". Scientific supervisor - Academician Volkov S.V. 2004-2010;
- Contract No. 4/1-7 "Purification of spent rhodium electrolytes from non-ferrous metal impurities, their regeneration and testing". Scientific supervisor: Academician Volkov S.V. 2007.

Awards of the department

1983 - Laureate of the L.V. Pisarzhevsky Prize for the work of Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine S.V. Volkov: A series of works on high-temperature inorganic coordination chemistry

1995 - State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology

1998 - Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine

2001 - Laureate of the A.I. Brodsky Prize. Works: A series of scientific works "Chemical structure and reactivity of complexes in non-aqueous and mixed media"

2004 - Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, V century.

2016 - Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, IV century.

Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences Ogenko V.M.

2002 - Laureate of the L.V. Pisarzhevsky Prize for a series of scientific papers "Physicochemical processes in the surface layer of oxide systems and problems of creating new functional materials"

2006 - Awarded the Certificate of Honor of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for selfless work during the liquidation of the Chernobyl accident, high professionalism and courage

2012 - Award of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine "For Scientific Achievements"

2018 - State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology. Paper "Chemical design of nanostructured materials"

Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences Mirna T.A.

2004 - Order of Princess Olga

2013 - Anniversary Diploma of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

2014 - St. George Medal "Honor, Glory, Labor" of the International Academy of Rating Technologies and Sociology "Golden Fortune"

2018 - Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine named after outstanding scientists A.F. Prykhotko

The most significant and cited articles

1. Т.А. Мирна, В.Д. Присяжний, В.А. Щербаков. Рідкокристалічний стан сольових розплавів, що містять органічні іони // Російський хімічний журнал. - 58 (9). - P. 821-834.

2. Б.М. Воронін, С.В. Волков Іонна провідність кристалів типу флюориту CaF2, SrF2, BaF2 та SrCl2 при високих температурах // Фізика і хімія твердого тіла 62 (7), 1349-1358.

3. V.M. Rozenbaum, VM Ogenko, AA Chuĭko Vibrational and orientational states of surface atomic groups. //Soviet Physics Uspekhi - 34 (10), 883

4. T.A. Mirnaya, S.V. Volkov. Ionic liquid crystals as universal matrices (solvents) // Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids - NATO Science. Ser. II (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry)/Eds. RD Rogers et al. – 2002.- P. 439-456.

5. S.V. Volkov. Chemical reactions in molten salts and their classification // Chemical Society Reviews. – 19 - 21-28.

6. S.V. Volkov, K.B. Yatsimirsky. Spectroscopy of molten salts. Kyiv, Naukova Dumka, 1977, 223 p.

7. M Ignatovych, V Holovey, A Watterich, T Vidoczy, P Baranyai, A Kelemen, O.V. Ogenko UV and electron radiation-induced luminescence of Cu-and Eu-doped lithium tetraborates // Radiation Physics and Chemistry 67 (3-4), 587-591.

8. G Guba, Y Reznikov, N Lopukhovich, V Ogenko, V Reshetnyak. Electrically controlled light scattering of the aerosil-liquid crystal system // Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals Science and Technology. Section A.

9. D Ingman, V Ogenko, E Suhir, A Glista Moisture-resistant nano-particle material and its applications // US Patent 7, 321, 714.

10. G. Klimusheva, S. Bugaychuk, Y. Garbovskiy, T. Mirnaya et al. Fast dynamic holographic recording based on conductive ionic metal-alkanoate liquid crystals and smectic glasses // Optics letters. - 2006.- V.31 (2). P. 235-237.

11. SV Volkov, EP Koval’chuk, VM Ogenko, OV Reshetniak Nanochemistry, nanosystems, nanomaterials // Кyiv: Naukova dumka.

12. G. Klimusheva, T. Mirnaya, Y. Garbovskiy. Versatile nonlinear-optical materials based on mesomorphic metal alkanoates: design, properties, and applications //Liquid Crystals Reviews. – 2015. –V. 3 (1). - 28-57.

13. T.A. Mirnaya, V.N. Asaula, S.V. Volkov, A.S. Tolochko et al. Synthesis and optical properties of liquid crystalline nanocomposites of cadmium octanoate with CdS quantum dots // Solid State Physics and Chemistry. - 2012. - P.131-135.

14. Y. Garbovskiy, A. Koval'chuk, A. Grydyakina, T Mirnaya et al. Electrical conductivity of lyotropic and thermotropic ionic liquid crystals consisting of metal alkanoates // Liquid Crystals. – 2007. - V.34 (5). - P. 599-603.

15. A.V. Glushchenko, GY Guba, NY Lopukhovich, VM Ogenko, Influence of the aerosil surface modification on electro-optical characteristics of filled liquid crystals // Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals Science and Technology. Section A.

16. PY Demchenko, RE Gladyshevskii, SV Volkov, OG Yanko, LB Kharkova, Z.A. Fokina, A.A. Fokin The first nonaselenium ring // Chemical communications 46 (25), 4520-4522.

17. A. Lyashchova, A. Dmytruk, G. Klimusheva, T. Mirnaya et al. Optical absorption, induced bleaching, and photoluminescence of CdSe nanoplatelets grown in cadmium octanoate matrix // Nanoscale research letters. – 2014. – V.9 (1). – P.1- 4.

18. B. Bordyuh, Y.A. Garbovskiy, G.V. Klimusheva, T.A. Mirnaya et al. Dynamic grating recording in lyotropic ionic smectics of metal alkanoates doped with electrochromic impurities // Optical Materials. – 2009. – V. 31 (8). – P.1109-1114.

19. AD Rud, AE Perekos, VM Ogenko, AP Shpak, VN Uvarov, KV Chuistov. Different states of carbon produced by high-energy plasmochemistry synthesis // Journal of non-crystalline solids 353 (32-40), 3650-3654

20. TA Mirnaya, SV Volkov Ionic liquid crystals as universal matrices (solvents) // Green industrial applications of ionic liquids – 2003.– P. 439-456

21. A.Lyashchova, D.Fedorenko, Y.Garbovskiy, T.Mirnaya et al. Strong thermal optical nonlinearity caused by CdSe nanoparticles synthesised in smectic ionic liquid crystal.//Liquid Crystals. – 2013. – V. 40 (10). P. 1377-1382.

22. T.A. Mirnaya, G.G. Yaremchuk, V.D. Prisyazhnyi. Formation of smectic mesophases in binary systems of short chain alkanoic acid salts //Liquid Crystals. – 1990. –V.8 (5). - P.701-705.

23. D Ingman, V Ogenko Particulate matter fertilizer composition // US Patent App. 09/961,511

24. S. Bugaychuk, G. Klimusheva, Y. Garbovskiy, T. Mirnaya, A. Ischenko. Nonlinear optical properties of composites based on conductive metal-alkanoate liquid crystals // Opto-Electronics Review. – 2006. –V.14 (4). – P. 275-279.

25. LG Grechko, VM Ogenko, AY Semchuk Field influence on the parameters of ferromagnetic semiconductor superlattices formed by coherent light beams // physica status solidi (b) 157 (1), 451-458.

26. G.R Kosmambetova, PE Strizhak, VI Gritsenko, SV Volkov, LB Kharkova, O.G. Yanko Methane oxidative carbonylation catalyzed by rhodium chalcogen halides over carbon supports // Journal of natural gas chemistry 17 (1), 1-7.

27. L Dubrovina, O Naboka, V Ogenko, P Gatenholm, P Enoksson One-pot synthesis of carbon nanotubes from renewable resource: cellulose acetate // Journal of Materials Science 49 (3), 1144-1149.

28. V.M. Ogenko, L.B. Kharkova, O.G. Yanko, S.I. Orysyk, M.I. Buriak. Interection of carbon quantum dots with solutions of palladium and ruthenium // Membrane and Sorption Materials and Technologies: Present and Future. Chapter 2. ART OK publisher, Kyiv – 2018 - P.12-16.

29. V.V. Goncharuk, V.M. Ogenko, L.V. Dubrovina, A.A. Vishnevsky, I.V. Dubrovin. Modification of tubular ceramic membranes by pyrocarbon and silicon dioxide // Ukr.Chem.Zhurn.

30. Ogenko V.M., Orysyk S.I., Kharkova L.B., Yanko O.G.. Synthesis and spectral characteristics of promising nanoscale carbon carriers for adsorption and catalytic processes / Ukrainian Chemical Journal - 2020. - 86, № 1.- С. 3-11.

31. V.M. Ogenko, L.B. Kharkova, O.G. Yanko, S.I. Orysyk, L.S. Lysiuk, O.O. Ishchenko, A.V. Kulinich. Synthesis and spectral properties of strongly fluorescent nitrogen-containing graphene structures / Nanosystems, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnologies - 2020. - 18, No. 2.

32. Gridyakina O., Bordyuh A., Klimusheva G., Fedorenko D., Zhulai D., Mirnaya T., Yaremchuk G., Polishchuk A. Optical nonlinearity in nanocomposites based on metal alkanoates with hybrid metal/semiconductor and semiconductor / semiconductor nanoparticles // Journal of Molecular Liquids. – 2020. – V.298.- 15 january.

33. Fomanyuk S.S., Kolbasov G.Ya., Mirnaya T А., Yaremchuk G.G., Rusetskyi I.A. Electrosynthesis of colloid solutions of CdTе and ZnSe nanopartticles and their optical properties // Chemical Problems. -2020. -2(18). - P.133-144.

34. L.Rozhdestvenskaya, K.Kudelko, V.Ogenko, A.Bildyukevich, T.Plisko, Yu. Borisenko, V. Chmilenko. Membranes modified by nanocomposites of hydrated zirconium dioxide and oxidized graphene // Ukrainian Chem. J. Vol. 86, No 4.

35. L.M. Rozhdestvenskaà, O.I. V’yunov, L.N. Ponomarova, A.V. Bilduykevich, T.V. Plisko, Y.G. Zmievskii, V.D. Ivchenko. Мodification of ultrafiltration polymeric membranes with dispersedoxide nanoparticles // Voprosy khimii i khimicheskoi tekhnologii. 2020, No. 3, -Р. 154-161.