"chemistry, physics and technology of surface"   2001

 

contents

 

PREFACE

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 SECTION 1. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY OF SURFACES

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ELECTROSTATIC ASPECTS OF ADSORPTION ON SILICA AND TITANIA SURFACES

V.V. Lobanov and A. A. Chuiko

  

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STRUCTURAL AND ADSORPTIVE FEATURES OF FUMED SILICAS SYNTHESIZED UNDER VARIED CONDITIONS

V.M. Gun’ko, I.F. Mironyuk, V.I. Zarko, E.F. Voronin,  E.M. Pakhlov, E.V. Goncharuk, R.Leboda, J. Skubiszewska-Zieba, W. Janusz, S. Chibowski, and A.A. Chuiko

  

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NONUNIFORMITY OF HYBRID ADSORBENTS

V.M. Gun’ko, R. Leboda, V.V. Turov, and F. Villieras

 

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TEMPLATE-BASED APPROACH IN THE PREPARATION OF NANOPOROUS SILICAS AND TITANIA-SILICAS

V.A. Tertykh, V.V. Yanishpolskii, AN. Pavlenko, R. Leboda, and J. Skubiszewska-Zieba

 

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HYDROSILYLATION REACTIONS IN SYNTHESIS OF SURFACE CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS

V.A. Tertykh, V.V. Yanishpolskii, L.V. Bereza-Kindzerska, J.J. Pesek, and M.T. Matyska

 

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DIRECTIONAL MODIFYING OF INORGANIC OXIDES SURFACE BY CATALYTIC ACTIVE COMPLEXES OF COBALT WITH 1,3-DIAZOLES

L.A. Belyakova and V.M. Linkov

 

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SYNTHESIS OF SUPERACID CATALYSTS SO42-/ZrO2(Pt) AND WOX/ZrO2(Pt) FOR ISOMERIZATION OF n-ALKANES

V.V. Brei, J. Fraissard, N.N. Levchuk, A.V. Melezhyk, and  K.I. Patrylak

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A NEW METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF FREE SURFACE ENERGY AND ADHESION FORCES. HIGHLY DISPERSED OXIDES, MESOPOROUS AND MICROPOROUS MATERIALS

V.V. Turov, V.M. Gun’ko, R. Leboda, and V.V. Brei

 

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GEOMETRICAL AND CHEMICAL MODIFICATION OF SILICA MATRICES AT HIGH PRESSURES OF REAGENTS

V.A. Tertykh, V.V. Sidorchuk, R. Leboda, and J. Skubiszewska-Zieba
  

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SURFACE COMPLEX FORMATION AT THE ADSORPTION OF Cu2+ IONS AND 2,2'-BIPYRIDINE ONTO HIGHLY DISPERSE SILICA

N.N. Vlasova, C.-W. Schlapfer, L.P. Golovkova, A. A. Svezhentsova, and A. A. Chuiko

 

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SECTION 2. CHEMICAL PHYSICS OF SURFACES

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PECULARITIES OF ELECTRONIC INTERACTION OF POLAR AND NON-POLAR ORGANIC FLUORESCENT PROBES IN THE MIXED TITANIA-SILICA COMPOSITIONS

N. Smirnova, A. Eremenko, O. Rusina, O. Linnik, O. Yakimenko, G.Staruch, V. Ogenko, A. Chuiko, L. Spanhel, and K. Rechthaler

  

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ON THE PROBLEM OF OPTICAL BISTABILITY OF NONLINEAR COMPOSITES WITH COATED INCLUSIONS

L.G. Grechko, O.A. Davidova, V.N. Mal’nev, and K.W. Whites

  

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ANISOTROPY OF ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF A LAYER OF SPHERICAL PARTICLES LOCATED NEAR A SUBSTRATE

G. Grechko, V.V. Gozhenko, and K.W. Whites

 

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MICROSCOPIC STRUCTURE OF THE SEMICONDUCTOR SURFACE IN THE EXTERNAL ELECTRIC FIELD

L.G. Il’chenko, V.V.Il’chenko, T.V. Goraychuk, and I.W. Rangelow

 

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OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF FERROMAGNETIC SEMICONDUCTORS WITH LASER INDUCED SURFACE GRATINGS

O.Yu. Semchuk, L.G. Grechko, M. Willander, andM. Karlsteen

 

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BAND EFFECT IN VIBRATIONAL DEPHASING OF ADATOMS BOUND TO SURFACE BY CENTRAL FORCES

V.M. Rozenbaum and S.H. Lin

 

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DISPERSED CARBON CATHODES FOR NONFERROUS METALS EXTRACTION FROM TECHNOLOGICAL WASTE WATERS

G.M. Zagorovsky, I.G. Sidorenko, G.P, Prikhod’ko, V.M. Ogenko, and A.A. Gunyaev

 

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LUMINESCENT CHARACTERIZATION OF EU-DOPED LATTICES

M. Ignatovych, A. Kelemen, A. Peto, V. Ogenko, and A. Chuiko

  

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METAL-SEMICONDUCTOR PHASE TRANSITION IN HYDRATED POWDERS OF VO2 AS INFLUENCED BY ADSORBED WATER, POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL MEDIUM, AND TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM BROMIDE ADDITIVES

V.V. Turov, P.P. Gorbik, I.V. Laguta, O.V. Shulga, O.Yu. Semchuk, L.G. Grechko, V.M. Ogenko, A.A. Chuiko, M. Willander, and  M. Karlsteen

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SOLUBILITY AND DIFFUSION OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS IN HIGH-TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTORS

V.N. Alfeev, M.V. Bakuntseva, P.P. Gorbik, F.A. Zaitov, and  G.M. Shalyapina


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TRANSIENT SPECTROSCOPY OF 80 K SECOND ORDER PHASE TRANSITION IN k-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu[N(CN)2]X (X= Cl, I, AND Br

M.A. Tanatar, T. Ishiguro, N.D. Kushch, and E.B. Yagubskii


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THE INFLUENCE OF THE DISPERSED OXIDES ON THE INTERFACE ENERGY OF THE MICROCRYSTALIINE CELLULOSE IN WATER SUSPENSION

O.V. Shulga, J. Kerchhoff, and V.V. Turov


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SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY OF ELECTRICALLY EXCITABLE PACEMAKER CELLS

A.O. Pinchuk, L.G. Grechko, and N.V. Chepelevska

 

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SECTION 3. BIOMEDICAL PROBLEMS OF SURFACES

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ENTEROSORBENT SILICS: PROPERTIES AND CLINICAL APPLICATION

A.A. Chuiko, O.O. Pentyuk, and V.K. Pogorelyi

 

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ADSORPTION OF BIOACTIVE MOLECULES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS

V.K. Pogorelyi, V.N. Barvinchenko, N.A. Lipkovska, V.V. Turov, and A.A Chuiko

 

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INTERACTION OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS WITH HIGHLY DISPERSE OXIDES IN AQUEOUS SUSPENSION

V.M. Gun'ko, V.I. Zarko, V.V. Turov, N.N. Vlasova, E.F. Voronin, I.I. Gerashchenko, L.P. Golovkova, E.V. Goncharuk, R. Leboda, S.Chibowski, E. Chibowski, and A A. Chuiko


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NON-ISOTHERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF BIOMOLECULES STUDIED BY MEANS OF TEMPERATURE-PROGRAMMED DESORPTION MASS SPECTROMETRY

V.A. Pokrovskiy, N.P. Galagan, and T,V. Kulik

  

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CHEMISORPTION AND THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF POLYVINYLPYRROLIDONE ADSORBED BY PYROGENIC SILICA AS MODEL OF SURFACE REACTIONS ON ATMOSPHERIC MICROPARTICLES

V.A. Pokrovskiy and V.M. Bogatyrov

 

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MODIFIED ORGANOSILICAS FOR ADSORPTION OF SOME ORGANIC ACIDS

L.A. Belyakova, N.N. Vlasova, L.P. Golovkova, A.M. Varvarin, D.Yu. Lyashenko, A.A. Svezhentsova, N.G. Stukalina, and  A.A. Chuiko

 

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ADSORPTION OF SOME VITAMINS ONTO HIGHLY DISPERSE SILICA SURFACE

N.N. Vlasova, L.P. Golovkova, A.A. Svezhentsova, and A.A. Chuiko

 

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MODIFICATION OF SURFACE OF FINELY DISPERSED MAGNETIC POWDERS WITH THE PURPOSE TO CREATE MEDICAL MATERIALS

O.M. Fedorenko, N.I. Shklovskaya, G.T. Kurbatova, S.T. Sokhov, and I. A. Verholomova

 

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