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Colloid Chemistry

Head - Associate Professor, Dr. Sc. (Chemistry) Sivcov Evgenij ViktorovichHead - Associate Professor, Dr. Sc. (Chemistry) Sivcov Evgenij ViktorovichHead - Associate Professor, Dr. Sc. (ChemistrySivcov Evgenij Viktorovich

 

The Deputy Head of Department:
for Academic Affairs: Malov Vladimir Aleksandrovich, Ph.D., Associate Professor;

for Research: Lukashenko Galina Mihajlovna, Ph.D., Associate Professor.

 

Phone: (812) 494-92-43.

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Study subjects:
"Surface phenomena and disperse systems,"
"Fundamentals of Engineering Chemistry"

Research work conducted at the department under the scientific direction "Physicochemical Principles of obtaining and processing of highly dispersed systems with a given set of properties." Theoretical investigations are carried out fundamental and applied nature of the work. In recent years, made significant contributions to the theory of adsorption and electrical double layer theory. Developed quantitative methods for describing the structure, structure of disperse systems, the equations of rheology of disperse systems based on the theory of fractals.
The developed methods for obtaining stable concentrated disperse systems containing magnetic phase allowed in conjunction with medical professionals to create drugs, characterized by high efficiency, low toxicity and a number of other valuable properties. The prospects of these drugs to treat certain serious diseases. The research results were presented at the International and Russian congresses. The originality and importance of basic research results are confirmed by RF patents. Further development at the Department of the properties of dispersed systems, medical devices containing magnetic phase, aims to create "smart" medical preparations with controlled external fields of biological activity.
Develop the traditional direction for the department, which is the study of the properties of surfactants of different compositions and structures for new dispersed materials for industrial use - cleansers, astringents and other systems

 

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