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Journal Perspektivnye Materialy 

 
High temperature cermet composite material based
on intermetallic nickel matrix

I. Yu. Efimochkin, O. A. Bazyleva, E. G. Arginbayeva,
A. N. Bolshakova

The paper presents data on obtaining of an intermetallic nickel matrix, reinforced with refractory compounds particles of different composition and concentration. The Ni3Al – Cr – W –Mo – Ti – Hf alloy (VKNA-1B) and its analogue with an increased content of W (VKNA-1B (W)) were used as the base of composite materials. For the reinforcement of the intermetallic matrix, Al2O3, Al2O3∙Y2O3 and Al2O3∙Y2O3∙HfO2 nanoscale oxides were chosen with a concentration of reinforcing component 2 and 5 vol. %. The samples were compacted by spark plasma sintering (SPS). The microstructure of MCM samples was performed by scanning electron microscopy. Toughness and flexural strength testing of MCM samples at room temperature were studied. According to the testing data, the dependence of the influence of reinforcing filler concentration and its composition on the physicomechanical properties of a high-temperature cermet material based on an intermetallic matrix dispersed-hardened by particles of refractory metals is established. The obtained data demonsrated the optimal ratio of bending strength and impact toughness at room temperature, which is achieved in a cermet composite material using the intermetallic composition based on VKNA-1B(W) alloy and Al2O3∙Y2O3∙HfO2 oxide as a strengthening matrix phases with a volume content 2 %.

 

Keywords: nickel intermetallide, nickel aluminide, composite pellets, powder, structure, composition, reinforcing filler, oxides, dispersion strengthening, mechanical activation.

 

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-5-14

Efimochkin Ivan — Federal State Unitary Enterprise All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Aviation Materials (17, Radio Street, Moscow, 105005, Russian Federation), laboratory chief, specialist in powder metallurgy. E-mail: iefimochkin@mail.ru.

Bazyleva Ol’ga — Federal State Unitary Enterprise All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Aviation Materials (17, Radio Street, Moscow, 105005, Russian Federation), PhD (Eng.), deputy laboratory chief for science, specialist in high-temperature casting intermetallide alloys.

Arginbaeva El’vira — Federal State Unitary Enterprise All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Aviation Materials (17, Radio Street, Moscow, 105005, Russian Federation), PhD (Eng), sector chief, specialist in high-temperature casting intermetallic alloys.

Bolshakova Aleksandra — Federal State Unitary Enterprise All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Aviation Materials (17, Radio Street, Moscow, 105005, Russian Federation), PhD (Chem), deputy laboratory chief, specialist in powder metallurgy. E-mail: alexa20486@mail.ru.

Reference citing

Efimochkin I. Yu., Bazyleva O. A., Arginbayeva E. G., Bolshakova A. N. Vysokotemperaturnyj metallokeramicheskij kompozicionnyj material na osnove intermetallidnoj nikelevoj matricy [High temperature cermet composite material based on intermetallic nickel matrix.]. Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 5 – 14. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-5-14

Physical-mechanical characteristics of composite based
on polyimide matrix filled with tungsten oxide

V. I. Pavlenko, G. G. Bondarenko, N. I. Cherkashina

The article presents the possibility of obtaining polymer composite materials based on thermoplastic polyimide and tungsten oxide (WO3), modified with a hydrophobic silicone fluid. Presents data on surface microscopy, Vickers microhardness, density and thermal stability of composites with different tungsten oxide contents. As a result of modifying tungsten oxide, its surface becomes hydrophobic, the contact angle increases from 31 to 101 °. The microstructure of the surface of composites has a fine-grained structure without microcracks and chips. The lowest density material has no filler. With increasing filler content, the density increases. When the content of the filler is 80 wt% density is 4.35 g/cm3. The optimum content of tungsten oxide filler is 60 wt. % by weight, as measured by the surface microhardness. The work shows that the introduction of the proposed filler significantly increases the heat resistance of polyimide. Pure polyimide is stable up to 425 °С, and at a temperature of 680 °С its full thermal decomposition takes place. With increasing content of modified tungsten oxide in the composite, the rate of mass loss decreases. In the composite containing 60 wt.% filler at 680 °C. Mass loss is 38 %.

Keywords: polyimide matrix, modification, hydrophobization, surface microstructure, microhardness, thermal stability.

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-15-25

 

Pavlenko Vyacheslav — Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov (46 Kostyukova street, Belgorod, 308012, Russian Federation), Dr Sci (Eng), professor, director of Institute of building materials and technosphere security, specialist in the field of radiation and space materials. E-mail: kafnx@intbel.ru.

Bondarenko Gennady — National Research University Higher School of Economics
(20, Myasnitskaya street, Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation), Dr Sci (Phys-Math), professor, head of laboratory Radiation solid-state physics, specialist in radiation solid-state physics and space materials science. E -mail: bondarenko_gg@rambler.ru.

Cherkashina Natalia — Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov (46 Kostyukova street, Belgorod, 308012, Russian Federation), PhD, specialist in the field of space materials. E-mail: natalipv13@mail.ru.

Reference citing

Pavlenko V. I., Bondarenko G. G., Cherkashina N.I. Fiziko-mekhanicheskie harakteristiki kompozita na osnove poliimidnoj matricy, napolnennoj oksidom vol'frama [Physical-mechanical characteristics of composite based on polyimide matrix filled with tungsten oxide] Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 15 – 25. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-15-25

 
Release kinetics of doxycycline encapsulated
in polylactoglycolide
scaffolds using supercritical carbon dioxide

E. N. Antonov, L. I. Krotova, S. A. Minaeva, V. K. Popov

Supercritical fluid encapsulation of doxycycline into aliphatic polyesters was used to fabricate bioresorbable antibacterial polylactoglycolide scaffolds. Doxycycline concentration distribution on a surface and in a bulk of polymer structures have been analyzed using high (≈ 1 μm) spatial resolution Raman spectroscopy. The release kinetics of doxycycline from these scaffolds into saline solution was studied. It is shown that, with the exception of the first 3 hours, when about 15% of its total amount goes into the solution, the release of doxycycline occurs almost linearly. During the first day, the total yield of the antibiotic was about 22 %. For 15 days (maximum observation time), the total amount of doxycycline released from polylactoglycolide scaffolds was about 70 %. Thus, bioresorbable polymer scaffolds fabricated with supercritical carbon dioxide can be used for local sustained antibiotics release, as well as for biologically active scaffolds for tissue-engineering.

Keywords: Sustained drug release, polylactoglycolide scaffolds, supercritical carbon dioxide, doxycycline encapsulation, release kinetics.

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-26-33

Antonov Evgeny — Federal Scientific Research Centre “Crystallography and Photonics” of Russian Academy of Sciences (142190 Moscow, Troitsk, Pionerskaya St., 2), PhD (phys-math), leading researcher, expert for scopes of laser and supercritical fluid technologies in biomedicine. E-mail: e.n.antonov@mail.ru.

Krotova Larisa — Federal Scientific Research Centre “Crystallography and Photonics” of Russian Academy of Sciences (142190 Moscow, Troitsk, Pionerskaya St., 2), researcher, expert for scanning electron microscopy and scopes of supercritical fluid technologies in biomedicine. E-mail: krollar@yandex.ru.

Minaeva Svetlana — Federal Scientific Research Centre “Crystallography and Photonics” of Russian Academy of Sciences (142190 Moscow, Troitsk, Pionerskaya St., 2), junior researcher, expert in the field of Raman spectroscopy and supercritical fluid technologies. E-mail: minaeva.svetlana@gmail.com.

Popov Vladimir — Federal Scientific Research Centre “Crystallography and Photonics” of Russian Academy of Sciences (142190 Moscow, Troitsk, Pionerskaya St., 2), Dr Sci (phys-math), head of laboratory, expert in laser and supercritical fluid technologies in biomedicine. E-mail: popov@laser.ru.

Reference citing

Antonov E. N., Krotova L. I., Minaev S. A., Popov V. K. Kinetika vysvobozhdeniya doksiciklina, inkapsulirovannogo v polilaktoglikolidnye matriksy s pomoshch'yu sverhkriticheskogo dioksida ugleroda [Release kinetics of doxycycline encapsulated in polylactoglycolide scaffolds using supercritical carbon dioxide]. Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 26 – 33. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-26-33

 
Preparation of hybrid nanocomposites based
on nanoscale cellulose and magnetic nanoparticles
with photocatalytic properties
О. L. Evdokimova, А. D. Fedulova, А. V. Evdokimova,
Т. V. Kusova, А. V. Agafonov

Low-temperature solution-based method for the production of hybrid organic-inorganic nanocomposites films based on nanoscale cellulose and magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (CNC/Fe3O4) was developed. The obtained nanomaterials were investigated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), dynamic light scattering (DLS), energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) analysis and X-ray diffraction analysis (XRD), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and FT-IR spectroscopy. The formation of CNC/Fe3O4 nanocomposite was confirmed by XRD analysis. According to SEM images, Fe3O4 nanoparticles are evenly distributed on the surface of nanocellulose. The obtained nanocomposites exhibit photocatalytic properties under visible light and UV-irradiation. Thus, the developed biocompatible and environmentally friendly hybrid nanomaterials have a great prospect of the practical application in the field of biomedicine and photocatalysis.

Keywords: low-temperature synthesis, nanocellulose, iron oxide, magnetite, hybrid, solutions, photocatalysis, nanocomposite.

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-34-41

Evdokimova Olga — G.A. Krestov Institute of Solution Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences (153045, Russia, Ivanovo, Akademicheskaja ul., 1), PhD (Chem), junior researcher, specialist in the field of the development of hybrid organic-inorganic nanomaterials. E-mail: olga_evdokimova@outlook.com.

Fedulova Anna — Ivanovo State University of Chemistry And Technology (153045, Russia, Ivanovo, Akademicheskaja ul., 1), master student, area of interest: sol-gel synthesis of materials based on titanium dioxide. E-mail: sad2707@mail.ru.

Evdokimova Anastasia — Ivanovo State University of Chemistry And Technology (153045, Russia, Ivanovo, Akademicheskaja ul., 1), bachelor student, area of interest: preparation of hybrid nanomaterials. E-mail: anastasia.eudokimova@mail.ru.

Kusova Tatyana — G.A. Krestov Institute of Solution Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences (153045, Russia, Ivanovo, Akademicheskaja ul., 1), junior researcher, specialist in the field of obtaining nanomaterials by sol – gel method. E-mail: t.v.kusova@mail.ru.

Agafonov Alexander — G.A. Krestov Institute of Solution Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences (153045, Russia, Ivanovo, Akademicheskaja ul., 1), Dr Sci (Chem), head of laboratory, specialist in design and development of solution methods for nanostructures preparation and their adaptation to modern technology. E-mail: ava@isc-ras.ru.

Reference citing

Evdokimova О. L., Fedulova А. D., Evdokimova А. V., Kusova Т. V., Agafonov А. V. Poluchenie gibridnyh nanokompozitov na osnove nanorazmernoj cellyulozy i magnitnyh nanochastic s fotokataliticheskimi svojstvami [Preparation of hybrid nanocomposites based on nanoscale cellulose and magnetic nanoparticles with photocatalytic properties]. Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 34 – 41. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-34-41

 
Effect of natural aging factors on physico-mechanical properties of compositions based on secondary polypropylene and triple ethylene-propylene-diene rubber

M. V. Bazunova, A. R. Sadritdinov, R. A. Mustakimov,
Ye. I. Kulish, V. P. Zakharov

The article is devoted to the development of a polymer composite material with high physicо-mechanical performance indicators and weather resistance based on secondary polypropylene and triple ethylene-propylene-diene rubber. The use of secondary polypropylene in polymer composites in passing solves the problem of recycling secondary polymeric raw materials. To achieve this goal, we studied the effect of simultaneous action of the two most aggressive environmental factors (UV radiation and air oxygen), as well as natural aging on the physico-mechanical characteristics of composite materials based on secondary polypropylene and triple ethylene-propylene-diene rubber with different mass relationship. It was found that the introduction of triple ethylene-propylene-diene rubber in an amount up to 40% by weight. in polymer compositions based on secondary polypropylene, on the one hand, slightly reduces the depth of their photo-oxidative transformations as compared to unfilled polypropylene, and on the other hand, allows to keep practically unchanged, and in some cases even slightly improve the deformation-strength characteristics (modulus of elasticity, rupture stress and burst elongation) of polypropylene materials with the prolonged exposure to UV radiation in air and in natural aging.

Keywords: secondary polypropylene, utilization, triple ethylene-propylene-diene rubber, natural aging, modulus of elasticity, tensile stress, tensile elongation.

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-42-50

Bazunova Marina — Bashkir State University, Chemical faculty (Ufa, 450076, Validi Zaki, 32), PhD (Chem), associate professor, a specialist in the field of technology of polymer composite materials. E-mail: mbazunova@mail.ru.

Sadritdinov Aynur — Bashkir State University, Chemical faculty (Ufa, 450076, Zaki Validi, 32), post-graduate student of the 2st year, specialist in the field of physicochemistry of polymers. E-mail: aynur.sadritdinov@mail.ru.

Mustakimov Robert — Bashkir State University, Chemical faculty (Ufa, 450076, Zaki Validi, 32), post-graduate student of the 1st year, specialist in the field of physicochemistry of polymers. E-mail: robmust@mail.ru.

Kulish Elena — Bashkir State University, Chemical faculty (Ufa, 450076, Validi Zaki, 32), Dr. Sci. (Chem), supervisor, a specialist in the field of Physics and chemistry of polymers and in the field of polymer composites technology.
E-mail: polymer-bsu@mail.ru07.

Zakharov Vadim — Bashkir State University, Chemical faculty (Ufa, 450076, Zaki Validi, 32), Dr. Sci. (Chem), pro-rector for scientific work of BashSU, professors, specialist in the field of technology of polymer composite materials and physicochemistry of polymers. E-mail: ZaharovVP@bashedu.ru.

Reference citing

Bazunova M. V., Sadritdinov A. R., Mustakimov R. A., Kulish Ye. I., Zakharov V. P. Vliyanie faktorov estestvennogo stareniya na fiziko-mekhanicheskie svojstva kompozicij na osnove vtorichnogo polipropilena i trojnogo etilen-propilen-dienovogo kauchuka  [Effect of natural aging factors on physico-mechanical properties of compositions based on secondary polypropylene and triple ethylene-propylene-diene rubber]. Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 42 – 50. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-42-50

 
Investigation of the effect of VK carbonyl iron powder
on the compressibility and strength characteristics
of sintered atomized iron powder

V. Yu. Lopatin, Zh. V. Eremeeva, N. D. Nguyen

The paper presents the results of studies to determine the effect of carbonyl iron powder VK on compactibility, sintering and mechanical properties of samples from powdered iron powder PZHRV 2.200.26, which is manufactured on an industrial scale in the Russian Federation. It is shown that the relative density of powder formings from the atomized iron powder PZHRV 2.200.26 can be increased by adding particles of carbonyl iron powder VK, which are mainly located in the pores between the particles of the sprayed powder. The addition of solid lubricants to the mixture of powders PZHRV 2.200.26 and VK does not lead to a further increase in the relative density of compacts (more than 90 %). It was established that the addition of VK carbonyl iron powder to the atomized powder PZHRV 2.200.26 in an amount of 15 – 20 % by weight reduces the bending strength of green compacts due to the difficulty of plastic deformation of the atomized particles into the pores, but increases the bending strength of the material after sintering due to the formation more developed contacts.

Keywords: atomized iron powder, carbonyl iron powder, powder mixture, granulometric composition, compactibility, bending strength.

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-51-58

Lopatin Vladimir — National University of Science and Technology MISIS (Moscow, 119991, Leninsky Avenue, 4), associate professor, PhD (Eng), specialist in the field of powder metallurgy, porous and high-porous materials. E-mail: lopatin63@mail.ru.

Eremeeva Zhanna — National University of Science and Technology MISIS (Moscow, 119991, Leninsky Avenue, 4), professor, Dr Sci (Eng), specialist in the field of powder metallurgy, graphite materials, composite materials. E-mail: eremeeva-shanna@yandex.ru.

Nguyen Nhu Dam — National University of Science and Technology MISIS (Moscow, 119991, Leninsky Avenue, 4), post-graduate student of department Powder Metallurgy and Functional Coatings. E-mail: ndejvi2017@mail.ru.

Reference citing

Lopatin V. Yu., Eremeeva Zh. V., Nguyen N. D. Izuchenie vliyaniya karbonil'nogo zheleznogo poroshka VK na uplotnyaemost' i prochnostnye harakteristiki spechennogo raspylennogo zheleznogo poroshka PZHRV 2.200.26 [Investigation of the effect of VK carbonyl iron powder on the compressibility and strength characteristics of sintered atomized iron powder]. Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 51 – 58. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-51-58

 
Physic-mechanical and thermo-mechanical
properties of polymers and composites
as influenced upon by the nature
of epoxy-isocyanate binders when polymerized

M. S. Fedoseev, L. F. Derzhavinskaya, T. E. Oschepkova,
I. A. Borisova, V. E. Antipin, R. V. Tsvetkov

The cyclopolymerization reaction between bi- and tri-functional epoxy resins and variously structured di- and polyisocyanates (4,4-diphenylmethane diisocyanate, isophorone diisocyanate, polyisocyanate) was studied by the differential scanning calorimetry method. The polymerization reaction proceeds at high temperatures. There was found out a difference in reactivity of epoxy resins and diisocyanates. Aliphatic epoxy resins and an n-aminobenzoic acid-based nitrogen-containing resin appeared to be most active. Cycloaliphatic isophorone diisocyanate was less active when reacted with the resins, as compared with aromatic diisocyanates. To accelerate the reaction between epoxy resins and diisocyanates, complex compounds of zinc chloride with tributylphosphate and imidazole as new catalysts were offered and studied. The use of these catalysts enabled to by 40 – 100 °C lower the temperature of the reaction onset. Chemical interaction between aromatic and cycloaliphatic diisocyanates was studied by the FTIR spectroscopy method. The reaction afforded polyoxazolidones and polyisocyanurates as the main products, the content of which in the polymer was dependent on conditions of the process and on the nature of a catalyst and a diisocyanate. The obtained polymers and composites (organoplastics) are featured by a high glass transition temperature (187 – 202 °C), are heat-resistant and thermally stable in a wide range of temperatures.

 

Keywords: epoxy resins, diisocyanates, oxozolidones, isocyanurates, catalysts, heat-resistance.

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-59-72

Fedoseev Mikhail — Institute of Technical Chemistry of Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, branch of Perm Federal Research Center of Ural Branch of RAS (Acad. Korolev St. 3, 614013 Perm, RF), Dr Sci (Eng), leading researcher, specialist in synthesis of epoxy binders and heat-resistant polymeric materials. Email: msfedoseev@mail.ru.

Derzhavinskaya Lubov’ — Institute of Technical Chemistry of Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, branch of Perm Federal Research Center of Ural Branch of RAS (Acad. Korolev St. 3, 614013 Perm, RF), engineer, specialist in chemistry of polymeric composite materials. E-mail: lfderzhavinskaya@mail.ru.

Oschepkova Tamara — Institute of Technical Chemistry of Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, branch of Perm Federal Research Center of Ural Branch of RAS (Acad. Korolev St. 3, 614013 Perm, RF), engineer, specialist in curing kinetics of epoxy binders.

Borisova Irina — Institute of Technical Chemistry of Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, branch of Perm Federal Research Center of Ural Branch of RAS (Acad. Korolev St.  3, 614013 Perm, RF), engineer, specialist in FTIR spectroscopy.

Antipin Vyacheslav — Institute of Technical Chemistry of Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, branch of Perm Federal Research Center of Ural Branch of RAS (Acad. Korolev St. 3, 614013 Perm, RF), post-graduate student, specialist in polymeric composite materials.

Tsvetkov Roman — Institute of Technical Chemistry of Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, branch of Perm Federal Research Center of Ural Branch of RAS (Acad. Korolev St.  3, 614013 Perm, RF), PhD (Eng), research fellow, specialist in thermomechanics of polymers. Email: flower@icmm.ru.

Reference citing

Fedoseev M. S., Derzhavinskaya L. F., Oschepkova T. E., Borisova I. A., Antipin V. E., Tsvetkov R. V. Vliyanie prirody epoksiizocianatnyh svyazuyushchih pri ih polimerizacii na fiziko-mekhanicheskie i termomekhanicheskie svojstva polimerov i kompozitov [Physic-mechanical and thermo-mechanical properties of polymers and composites as influenced upon by the nature of epoxy-isocyanate binders when polymerized]. Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 59 – 72. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-59-72

 
Synthesis and sensory characteristics
of nano-dimensional thin films in the In2O3 – SnO2,
Y2O3 – TbOx(CeOx) systems

M. Yu. Arsent’ev, M. V. Kalinina, N. Yu. Koval’ko, T. L. Simonenko,
L. V. Morozova, P. A. Tikchonov, O. A. Shilova

Xerogels and nanocrystalline powders of composition (In2O3)0.95(SnO2)0.05, (TbOх)0.50(Y2O3)0.50, (CeO2)0.80(Y2O3)0.20, which are single-phase cubic solid solutions, have been synthesized by the method of co-precipitation of hydroxides. The method of screen printing on the basis of synthesized precursor powders produced nanoscale film electroconductive materials on a corundum substrate. It was found that the highest speed of sensory response to ozone was detected in films of composition In0.95Sn0.05O1.5, it is 8 – 10 s at a temperature of 473 K; a thin film of composition (TbOх)0.50(Y2O3)0.50 is sensitive to changes in concentration (CO + CO2) (sensitivity coefficient S = 25.11) and of ozone (S = 3.16-7.94), and film (CeO2)0.80(Y2O3)0.20 has a sensory response on (CO + CO2) (S = 3.10). The conducted studies show the prospects of using the obtained nanopowders and thin films on their basis as materials for resistive gas sensors operating in the range of Ро2: 103 – 104 Pa.

Keywords: coprecipitation of hydroxides, fine powders, screen printing, nanosized films, oxides, solid solutions, integral resistive sensor.

DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-73-83

Arsent’ev Maxim — Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS (199155
St.-Petersburg, naberezhnaya Makarova, 2), PhD (Chem), senior researcher, specialist in the field of X-ray diffraction analysis.

Kalinina Marina — Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS (199155
St.-Petersburg, naberezhnaya Makarova, 2), PhD (Chem), senior researcher, specialist in physical and chemical properties of nanocrystalline oxide materials. E-mail:
tikhonov_p-a@mail.ru.

Koval’ko Nadezhda — Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS (199155
St.-Petersburg, naberezhnaya Makarova, 2), junior researcher, specialist in the field of synthesis and physicochemical properties of nanocrystalline oxide materials. E-mail:
kovalko.n.yu@gmail.com.

Simonenko Tatiana — Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS (199155
St.-Petersburg, naberezhnaya Makarova, 2), junior researcher, specialists in the field of synthesis and physicochemical properties of nanocrystalline oxide materials. E-mail:
egorova.offver@gmail.com.

Morozova Ludmila — Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS (199155
St.-Petersburg, naberezhnaya Makarova, 2), PhD (Chem), senior researcher. Specialists in the field of physical chemistry and methods of synthesis of oxide nanomaterials. E-mail: morozova_l_v@mail.ru.

Tikhonov Petr — Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS (199155 St.-Petersburg, naberezhnaya Makarova, 2), Dr Sci (Chem), specialist in the field of solid state chemistry.

Shilova Olga — Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS (199155 St.-Petersburg, naberezhnaya Makarova, 2), Dr Sci (Chem), head of the Laboratory of inorganic synthesis, specialist in the field of physical chemistry and technology of glass-ceramic nanocomposite materials. E-mail: olgashilova@bk.ru.

Reference citing

Arsent’ev M. Yu., Kalinina M. V., Koval’ko N. Yu., Simonenko T. L., Morozova L. V., Tikchonov P. A., Shilova O. A. Sintez i sensornye harakteristiki nanorazmernyh tonkih plenok v sistemah In2O3 – SnO2, Y2O3 – TbOx(CeOx). [Synthesis and sensory characteristics of nano-dimensional thin films in the In2O3 – SnO2, Y2O3 – TbOx(CeOx) systems]. Perspektivnye Materialy — Advanced Materials (in Russ), 2019, no. 7, pp. 73 – 83. DOI: 10.30791/1028-978X-2019-7-73-83