Raman spectroscopy continues to provide a wealth of invaluable information to those involved in carbon nanomaterial research and development. Raman spectroscopy can characterize these materials at different stages in their development, including guiding new synthetic routes for higher quality materials to assessing the effectiveness of desired chemical modifications and evaluating finished devices. This webinar will present a survey of applications where Raman gives important insight into these…See More
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• Synthesis and characterization of boron nitride nansized powder materials (nanotubes, nanowires, nanorods) produced in optical furnace without catalysts.
• Special interests involve the development of nanostructured high-efficiency emission materials for solar-to-electric energy converters.
• Investigation of the electrocatalytic activity of electrodes based on nansized powder materials (nanotubes, nanowires, nanorods) BN and BN – C produced in optical furnace without catalysts.
• Optimization of production methods for mechanical properties in composite electrochemical coatings
• Nanozsized powders produced by plasma-chemical synthesis studying and evaluation.
• Surface modification of hot-pressed ceramics under action of induction heating.
• Effect of phase composition of the initial nanosized powders on mechanical properties and phase composition of nitric hot pressed ceramic materials.
• Correlation between mechanical properties and microstructures.
• Sintering behaviour of ceramics.
• Effect of mixing process on the structure and properties of ceramic materials
• Wear testing of ceramic materials
• Effect of grain boundary compositions on the properties of ceramics.
1. L..L. Sartinska, L.L. Fedorenko, A.A. Frolov, I.I. Timofeeva, N.M. Yusupov, B.M.Rud’. Producing of boron nitride in nanostructure state, "Metal physics and newest technology. V.28, №6, 2006, P. 739-747.
2. .L.L. Sartinska, A.A. Frolov, A.Yu. Koval’, N.I. Danilenko, I.I. Timofeeva, B.M.Rud’. Structure transformation of boron nitride under action of concentrated solar radiation. Proc. IV Int. Conf. Materials and coatings in extreme conditions: investigations, applications, ecological technologies and utilization of products. 18-22 Sept. 2006, Zhukovka, Big Yalta, Crimea, P. 181. (in Russian).
3. L.L. Sartinska, S. Barchikovski, N. Wagenda, B.M. Rud’, I.I.Timofeeva. Laser Induced Modification of Surface Structures. Applied Surface Science, Volume 253, Issue 9, 28 February 2007, Pages 4295-4299.
4. L..L. Sartinska, G.A. Pokryshko, E.M. Zavarach, I.V. Urubkov, I.I. Timofeeva, B.M.Rud’. Composed electrochemical nickel coatings based on nanosized boron nitride. Digest of IPMS. “Modern problems of physical material science”, Kiev, Ukraine. 2007. P.167 – 172. (in Russian).
5. L..L. Sartinska, G.A. Pokryshko, E.M. Zavarach, I.V. Urubkov, I.I. Timofeeva, B.M.Rud’. Composed electrochemical coatings based on nanosized boron nitride. Int. Conf. «HighMatTech”, 15-19 Oct. 2007 г., Kyiv, Ukraine, P. 478. (in Russian).
6. Sartinska L.L., Frolov A.A., Andreeva A.F., Krysjuk E.Ju, Urubkov I.V.,Timofeeva I.I, Rud’ B.M. Structure and optical properties nanosized boron nitride produced in the optical furnace without catalysts. Int. Conf. “NANSYS 2007”, 21-23
Nov. 2007 , Kyiv, Ukraine, P. 169.
7. Sartinska L.L., Frolov A.A., Andreeva A.F., Kasumov A.M., Kobal’ A.Yu., Urubkov I.V.,Timofeeva I.I, Rud’ B.M Structure and optical properties of nanosized boron nitride obtained in optical furnace without catalysts. Digest. “Nanosystems, nanomaterials. Nanotechnology” 2008 will be published. (in Russian).
8. L.L.Sartinska, A.A.Frolov, A.Yu..Koval’, N.A.Danilenko, I.I.Timofeeva, B.M.Rud’, Transformation of Fine-grained Graphite Boron Nitride Induced by Concentrated Light Energy. Materials Chemistry and Physics 109 (2008) 20–25.
9. Sartinska L.L., Frolov A.A., Andreeva A.F., Kasumov А.М. , Urubkov I.V., Коval’ А.Yu., Timofeeva I.I., Rud’ B.M. Properties of Boron Nitride Produced in the Optical Furnace without Catalysts., Abstract Book 'WomenInNano'' Winter School, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia 7-9 February 2008, P.104 – 105..
10. Pokryshko G.A., Drobot O.S., Pidgaychuk S.Ya., Yavors’ka N.M., Sartyns’ka L.L. Compound for obtaining of composite electrolytic coatings based on nickel with additions of nanosized nitrides. Patent application 17.09.07. Favourable decision № 200710329. 26.11.07. (in Ukrainian).
11. A.A.Frolov, L.L.Sartinska, A.Yu..Koval’. Application of the optical furnace for nanosized boron nitride production. Nanomaterials (2008) will be published (in Russian).
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Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science, NAS of Ukraine,
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