Vladimir I. Zaikovskii

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The model of structure and structural transformation of the mesostructured carbon material CMK-1 was established by X-ray powder diffraction (XRD) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) investigations. The investigations showed that the enantiomeric carbon subframeworks formed within the pores of the MCM48 mesoporous template used for the material(More)
Nanostructured doped ceria is a prospective material for catalytic applications such as the construction of membranes with mixed electronic and ionic conductivity for effective syngas production. In this article, the surface properties of nanostructured ceria doped with praseodymium have been studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, secondary ion mass(More)
Palladium-gold particles with varied composition were prepared by Pd electrochemical deposition on Au nanoparticles immobilized on model carbon support. Pd-Au/C catalysts were characterized ex situ by transmission electron microscopy, energy dispersive X-ray analysis and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and in situ, by underpotential deposition of hydrogen(More)
Iron tetrasulfophthalocyanine (FePcS) has been irreversibly inserted into nanocages of the metal organic framework MIL-101 to give a hybrid material FePcS/MIL-101 which demonstrated a superior catalytic performance in the selective oxidation of aromatic substrates with (t)BuOOH than homogeneous FePcS.
We have fluorinated few-layer graphene (FLG) by using a low-temperature fluorination route with gaseous ClF3. The treatment process resulted in a new graphene derivative with a finite approximate composition of C2F. TEM studies showed that the product consisted of thin transparent sheets with no more than 10 fluorographene layers stacked together.(More)
Carbon nanostructures were prepared by decomposition of polyethylene and polyvinyl alcohol using an iron catalyst at 600–7508C under a nitrogen flow. Heating a uniform distribution of catalyst particles in the polymer bulk to 6008C under flowing nitrogen led to the formation of amorphous carbon incorporating uniformly distributed catalyst particles.(More)
This work is part of a continued research aimed at the understanding of the promoting role of Se in the enhancement of the electrocatalytic activity of Ru in the oxygen reduction reaction. The objective of this paper is to systematically investigate the transformation of Ru nanoparticles upon their modification with the increasing amounts of Se. The(More)
We report a facile, room-temperature assembly of MoS2-based hetero-layered nanocrystals (NCs) containing embedded monolayers of imidazolium (Im), 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium (BuMeIm), 2-phenylimidazolium, and 2-methylbenzimidazolium molecules. The NCs are readily formed in water solutions by self-organization of the negatively charged, chemically exfoliated(More)
CF(2)Cl(2) has been found to react with nanoscale MgO at 325 degrees C and higher temperatures. In excess of the halocarbon, the reaction results in the formation of MgF(2) as a predominant solid product, with CCl(4), and CO(2) formed as the main gaseous products. The kinetics of the process is characterized by a prolonged induction period, which is as long(More)
Although many of the layered metal chalcogenides, such as MoS2, are well-studied, some other chalcogenides have received less attention by comparison. In particular, there has been an emerging interest in vanadium tetrasulfide (VS4), which displays useful properties as a component of hybrids. However, the synthetic methods and characteristics of individual(More)