Materials Science

Innovations in Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy

Multifunctional Materials and Modeling
Editors: Mikhail. A. Korepanov, DSc
Alexey M. Lipanov, DSc
Series Editors-in-Chief: Vjacheslav B. Dement’ev, DSc, and Vladimir I. Kodolov, DSc
Reviewers and Advisory Board Members: Gennady E. Zaikov, DSc, and A. K. Haghi, PhD

Multifunctional Materials and Modeling

Published. Available now.
Pub Date: June 2015
Hardback Price: $159.95 US
Hard ISBN: 9781771880879
Pages: 374 pp with index
Binding Type: hardbound
Series: Innovations in Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy
Volume: 1

This important book presents a valuable collection of new research and new trends in nanomaterials, mesoscopy, quantum chemistry, and chemical physics processes. It highlights the development of nanomaterials as well as investigation of combustion and explosion processes. It highlights new trends in processes and methods of the treatment of polymeric materials and also covers material modification, including super small quantities of metal/carbon nanocomposites as well as new information on the modeling of processes and quantum calculations. Nonlinear kinetic appearances and their applications are highlighted as well.

The chapters are divided into three major sections: computational modeling, surface and interface investigations, and nanochemistry, nanomaterials, and nanostructured materials.

Part I: Computational Modeling
1. The Calculations of the Complex of the Red Mercuric Iodide Fundamental Optical Functions
D. V. Anisimov, V. V. Sobolev, and V. Val. Sobolev
2. Experimental Research of Grassy Rags Ignition by Heated Up to High Temperatures Carbon Particle
N. V. Baranovskiy and A. V. Zakharevich
3. Simulation of Structural Transformations of Spring Steel During the Quenching Process
B. Ya. Benderskiy and K. A. Kopylov
4. Definition of Thermo Chemical Characteristics for Dispersed Condensed Substance Ignition in the Conditions of Local Energy Supply
D. O. Glushkov, A. V. Zakharevich, and P. A. Strizhak
5. Influence of Electron Beam Parameters on Ignition of Energetic Materials
G. A. Ivanov and A. V. Khaneft
6. Computer Simulating of Solid Solution AgxPb1−XS 1−δ Hydrochemical Deposition Process
A. Y. Kirsanov, V. F. Markov, and L. N. Maskaeva
7. Calculations of the Affinity for Electron via the Values of Spatial-EnergyParameters
G. А. Kоrablev, and G. Е. Zaikov
8. Kinetics of Molecular Desorption in a Spherical Nanopore
M. G. Kucherenko, T. M. Chmereva, A. D. Dmitriev, and D. V. Strugova
9. Calculating Gas Flow in Polybutadiene Pores During Pyrolysis
A. M. Lipanov and A. A. Bolkisev
10. Postcascade Shock Waves Influence on Vacancy Pores Structural Transformations
A. V. Markidonov, M. D. Starostenkov, and E. P. Pavlovskaya
11. Electronic Structure of Plumbum Selenide
N. I. Petrova, A. I. Kalugin, and V. V. Sobolev
12. Simulation of Pollutants Generation in the Combustion Chamber of the Gas Turbine Power Plant
E. V. Safonov and M. A. Korepanov
13. The Exciton Spectra of Strontium Sulfide
V. V. Sobolev, V. Val. Sobolev, and D. A.Merzlyakov
14. Simulation of the Interaction of Fullerene and Iron Fe (100)
A. V. Vakhrushev, S. V. Suvorov, and A. V. Severyukhin
15. Formation, Optical and Electrical Properties of Ca3si4 Films and Si/Ca3Si4/Si(111) Double Heterostructures
N. G. Galkin, D. A. Bezbabnyi, K. N. Galkin, S. A. Dotsenko, I. M. Chernev, and A. V. Vakhrushev
Part II: Surface and Interface Investigations
16. Structural and Chemical Transformations of the Mechanoactivated Calcium Lactate in Vortex Mill
O. М. Kanunnikova S. S. Mikhailova, V. V. Muhgalin, V. V. Aksenova, F. Z. Gilmutdinov, and V. I. Ladyanov
17. Non-Monotonic Change of the Composition of Surface Layers of the Melt Co57 Ni10Fe5Si11B17 During Isothermal Process
A. V. Kholzakov and A. G. Ponomarev
18. Nickel(Ii) and Ethylenediaminetetraacetate Acid Interreaction in Water Solution of Aminopropionic Acid
V. I. Kornev and N. S. Buldakova
19. Effect of Magnetic Field and UV Radiation on Structural State and Biological Properties of Oleic Acid and Olive Oil
V. I. Kozhevnikov, O. M. Kanunnikova, S. S. Mikhailova, S. S. Makarov, and V. B. Dementyev
20. Metastable Interstitial Phases by Ball Milling of Titanium in Liquid Hydrocarbons
A. N. Lubnin, G. A. Dorofeev, V. I. Lad’yanov, V. V. Mukhgalin, O. M. Kanunnikova, S. S. Mikhailova, and V. V. Aksenova
21. Parameters of Mobility for Pollution by Sodium Arsenite for Soil of Kambarka District
V. G. Petrov, M. A. Shumilova, and O. S. Nabokova
22. X-Ray Photoelectron Study of the Influence of the Amount of Carbon Nickel-Containing Nanostructures on the Degree of the Polymethylmethacrylate Modification
I. N. Shabanova, V. I. Kodolov, N. S. Terebova, V. A. Trapeznikov, N. V. Lomova, G. V. Sapozhnikov, A. V. Obukhov, Ya. A. Polyotov, and N. Yu. Isupov
23. Dependence of the Degree of Nanomodification of Polymers on the Content of Oxygen Atoms in Their Structure
I. N. Shabanova and N. S. Terebova
24. Features of Deformation Relief of the Surface of the Metal Strip, Obtained by the High Pressure Shear
A. V. Sisanbaev, A. A. Demchenko, M. V. Demchenko, A. V. Shalimova, L. R. Zubairov, and R. R. Mulyukov
25. The Structural Analysis of the Microhardness of Plasticized Polypropylene and Its Composites
A. L. Slonov, G. V. Kozlov, A. K. Mikitaev, and G. E. Zaikov
26. Composition Modification of the Ti-6al-4v Alloy Surface Layers After Ion-Beam Mixing of Al and Heat Treatment
V. L. Vorobiev, P. V. Bykov, S. G. Bystrov, A. A. Kolotov, V. Ya. Bayankin, V. F. Kobziev, and T. M. Makhneva
27. Influence of Pulse Laser Beaming With Various Doses on Segregation Processes in Surface Layers of Carbon-Coated Cu50Ni50 Foils
A. V. Zhikharev, I. N. Klimova, S. G. Bystrov, V. Ya. Bayankin, E. V. Kharanzhesky, and V. F. Kobziev
28. Self Organization in Processes Under Action Super Small Quantities of Metal/Carbon Nanocomposites: Reviews on Investigation Results
V. I. Kodolov and V. V. Trineeva

About the Authors / Editors:
Editors: Mikhail. A. Korepanov, DSc
Professor, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Russia

M. 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, numerical simulation of processes in technical systems and natural phenomena.

Alexey M. Lipanov, DSc
Professor, M. T. Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical Institute, Izhevsk, Russia

A. M. Lipanov, DSc, is a Professor at the M. T. Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical Institute in Izhevsk, Russia, where he teaches on applied fluid mechanics, internal ballistics of rocket engines, and numerical simulation of processes in technical systems. He is senior editor of the journal Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy (Russia) and is on the editorial boards of several international journals. He has published over 500 articles and 12 books and holds 65 patents. He has received several awards, including Honorable Scientist of the Russian Federation and Honorable Worker of High Education of the Russian Federation. His research interests include hydrodynamics, turbulence, computational mathematics, intrachamber processes in solid propellant rocket engines, numerical simulation of processes in technical systems and natural phenomena.

Series Editors-in-Chief: Vjacheslav B. Dement’ev, DSc, and Vladimir I. Kodolov, DSc

Reviewers and Advisory Board Members: Gennady E. Zaikov, DSc, and A. K. Haghi, PhD

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