Innovations in Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy

Applied Mathematical Models and Experimental Approaches in Chemical Science
Editors: Vladimir I. Kodolov, DSc
Mikhail. A. Korepanov, DSc

Applied Mathematical Models and Experimental Approaches in Chemical Science

Published. Available now.
Pub Date: November 2016
Hardback Price: $159.95 US
Hard ISBN: 9781771883825
E-Book ISBN: 9781771883832
Pages: 428 pp w/ index
Binding Type: hardback
Series: Innovations in Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy
Volume: 3
Notes: 18 color and 179 b/w illustrations

This new book focuses on nanomaterial development as well as investigations of combustion and explosion processes. It presents valuable information on the modeling of processes and on quantum chemical calculations and leading-edge research from around the world in this dynamic field, focusing on concepts above formal experimental techniques and theoretical methods of chemical physics for micro- and nanotechnologies. The information concerning to non linear kinetic appearances are given as well as their possible applications.

The book

  • presents information on the important problems of chemical physics processes modeling, of materials surface chemistry and physics, and also of nanochemistry and nanotechnology. These investigations are accompanied by real-life applications in practice.
  • includes new theoretical ideas in calculating experiments and experimental practice.
  • looks at new trends in nanomaterials, nanoindustry, mesoscopic physics, quantum chemistry, and chemical physics processes.
This volume is divided into three parts to reflect the diversity of recent advances in chemical physics and mesoscopy with a broad perspective that will be useful for scientists as well as for graduate students and engineers. The first part of this book offers new research and developments that have potential for applications in several disciplines of engineering and nanoscience. Contributions in the second part cover many areas of polymer science and engineering in which advanced methods are used to formulate (model) and/or analyze problems. Part three presents chapters that highlight some important areas of current interest in recent advances in chemistry and physics of engineering materials. It describes models and techniques now available to the chemist and discusses their capabilities, limitations, and applications. It provides a balance between chemical and material engineering, basic and applied research.

1. Self-Organization of Nanoscale Structures by Epitaxial Deposition
A. V. Vakhrouchev, A. V. Severyukhin, and A. Yu. Fedotov
2. Theoretical Bases of Non-Contact Measurements of Electromagnetic Parameters of Nanomaterials
B. V. Skvortsov, D. M. Zhivonosnovskaya, and P. A. Kuryleva
3. Structure, Physical, Chemical, and Biological Properties of Magnerot Nanoscale Drug
O. V. Karban, M. M. Kanunnikov, N. N. Chuchkova, N. V. Savinova, V. V. Mukhgalin, F. Z. Gilmutdinov V. Komissarov, and E. G. Butolin
4. X-Ray Photoelectron Study of the Mechanism of the Functionalization of the Carbon Copper-Containing Nanostructure Surface with sp-Elements
I. N. Shabanova, V. I. Kodolov, N. S. Terebova, and G. V. Sapozhnikov
5. Comparative Analysis of Elemental and Structural Composition of Nanocrystalline Tantalum Powders
S. Yu. Treschev, S. P. Starostin, S. S. Mikhaylova, O. M. Kanunnikova, P. E. Pushkarev, F. Z. Gilmutdinov, M. V. Sobennikova, V. I. Ladyanov, and V. P. Lebedev
6. Phase Transformations in Nanostructed Steel 08H15N5D2T at Heat
T. M. Makhneva
7. Formation of the Material Structure from the Nano-Sized TiO2 Powder During Sintering Process
A. A. Gurov, S. E. Porozova, and A. A. Smetkin
8. The Development of a New Nanoscale Kit on Alumina Nanopowder-Based for Generator of Technetium-99M and the Study on Its Functional Suitability for Diagnosis in Oncology
V. Scuridin, N. Varlamova, E. Stasuk, E. Nesterov, L. Larionova, R. Zelchan, and E. Ilina
9. Nano Structures by Severe Plastic Deformation (SPD) Processes
Ehsan Borhani, Bahram Azad, and Hassan Abdoos
10. Controlling Electrospun Polymer Nanofibers Structure Using Microscopic Model for Ideal Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
S. Poreskandar and Sh. Maghsoodlou

11. Assessment of Structural Condition of Amorphous Alloys Thin Surface Layers
O. M. Kanunnikova, O. Yu. Goncharov, and V. I. Ladyanov
12. Synthesis of Ultrafine Metal Oxide Particles in the Polymer Matrix of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene
A. M. Nemeryuk and M. M. Lylina
13. Polyanilines: Two Cases Studies and Updates
G. E. Zaikov
14. Study of Heat Protection Polymer Materials Containing Silicon Carbide and Perlite
V. F. Kablov, O. M. Novopoltseva, V. G. Kochetkov, N. V. Kostenko, and V. S. Lifanov
15. Method of the Increase of Thermostability of Filled Polymers
N. R. Prokopchuk and L. A. Lenartovich

16. The Particles’ Dynamic Motion Modeling on a Centrifugal Shock Mill Blades
A. M. Lipanov and D. K. Zhirov
17. Condensation-Lingual Captivity Associated Oil Gas in Thin-Walled Pipes on Multiple Speeds
A. N. Blyablyas and M. A. Korepanov
18. Study of Laminar Diffusion Combustion Models
A. A. Shaklein
19. Mathematical Modeling of Flow with Homogeneous Condensation
M. A. Korepanov and S. A. Gruzd
20. Simulation of Phase Transformations in the Fe-Cr Alloys at High Temperatures
N. V. Goncharova and T. M. Makhneva
21. The Mobility of Technogenic Arsenic in the Soils of Udmurtia under the Influence of Atmospheric Precipitation
M. A. Shumilova, V. G. Petrov, O. S. Nabokova, and A. Yu. Karpova
22. Synthesis of Diamond Precursor MW CVD Method for Forming Diamond Films on Tungsten Carbide Material
D. S. Vokhmyanin
23. The Influence of Non-Specific Binding of Antibodies on Forming of Analytical Response of Amperometric Immunosensor
I. Cherenkov, V. Pozdnjakov, and V. Sergeev
24. Molecular Modeling of the 2-(Pyridin-2-yl)-1H-Benzimidazole Intramolecular Dynamics
E. V. Raksha, A. B. Eresko, Yu. V. Berestneva, A. V. Muratov, and G. E. Zaikov
25. NMR 13C Spectra of the 1,1,3-Trimethyl-3-(4-Methylphenyl)Butyl Hydroperoxide in Various Solvents: Molecular Modeling
N. A. Тurovskij, E. V. Raksha, Yu. V. Berestneva, and G. E. Zaikov

About the Authors / Editors:
Editors: Vladimir I. Kodolov, DSc
Professor and Head, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, M. T. Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University, Izhevsk, Russia; Chief of Basic Research, High Educational Center of Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy, Udmurt Scientific Center,

Vladimir I. Kodolov, DSc., is Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology at M. T. Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University in Izhevsk, Russia, as well as Chief of Basic Research at the High Educational Center of Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy at the Udmurt Scientific Center, Ural Division at the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is also the Scientific Head of Innovation Center at the Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant in Izhevsk, Russia.

He is Vice Editor-in-Chief of the Russian journal Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy and is a member of the editorial boards of several Russian journals. He is the Honorable Professor of the M. T. Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University, Honored Scientist of the Udmurt Republic, Honored Scientific Worker of the Russian Federation, Honorary Worker of Russian Education, and also Honorable Academician of the International Academic Society.

Mikhail. A. Korepanov, DSc
Professor, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Russia

Mikhail A. Korepanov, DSc, is Professor at Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Russia, where he teaches thermodynamics, theory of combustion, and physical-chemical fluid mechanics. He is editor-in-chief of the journal Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy (Russia) and has been named an Honorable Scientist of the Udmurt Republic. His research interests are hydrodynamics, chemical thermodynamics, and numerical simulation of processes in technical systems and natural phenomena.

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