The Dissertation Council Д 004.004.01 at the Institute of Solid State Chemistry UB RAS was approved by the order of Rosobrnadzor No. 11484-1046 dated 11.07.08.
The Dissertation Council is allowed to hold presentations of doctorial and PhD theses for the following specialities:
02.00.21-02 – Solid State Chemistry (Chemistry)
02.00.04-02 – Physical Chemistry (Chemistry)
02.00.04 – Physical Chemistry (Chemistry)
Speciality certificate: http://www.aspirantura.spb.ru/pasp/2_0_4.html
Minimum program for speciality 02.00.04: http://server.ihim.uran.ru/files/diss/Kand_Prog/Program PhChem.doc
02.00.21 – Solid State Chemistry (Chemistry)
Speciality certificate: http://www.aspirantura.spb.ru/pasp/2_0_21.html
Minimum program for speciality 02.00.21: http://server.ihim.uran.ru/files/diss/Kand_Prog/Program SSChem.doc
02.00.04 Physical chemistry Speciality Certificate
Speciality code: 02.00.04 Physical chemistry
Physical chemistry is a part of chemistry concerned with general laws determining the structure of matter, the direction and rate of chemical transformations under different external conditions. Physical chemistry also considers quantitative interactions between the chemical composition, structure and properties of substances.
General physical laws constitute the theoretical basis of physical chemistry. Physical chemistry includes the doctrine of molecule structure, chemical thermodynamics and chemical kinetics.
Area of research:
1. Experimental determination and calculation of parameters of molecule structure and spatial structure of substances.
2. Experimental determination of thermodynamic properties of substances, calculation of thermodynamic functions of simple and complex systems using, among other methods, statistical thermodynamics techniques; research into phase transformation and phase transition thermodynamics.
3. Determination of thermodynamic characteristics of surface processes, establishment of regular features of interface adsorption and active centers formation on such surfaces.
4. Theory of solutions; intermolecular and interparticle interactions.
5. Study of physicochemical properties of systems under the influence of external fields and extreme conditions of high temperatures and high pressures.
6. Non-equilibrium processes, mass, energy and entropy flows of spatial and time structures in non-equilibrium systems.
7. Macrokinetics, mechanisms of complex chemical processes, physicochemical hydrodynamics, dissolution and crystallization.
8. Elementary event dynamics during chemical transformations.
9. Elementary reactions with participation of active particles.
10. Correlation of reactivity of reagents with their structure and conditions of chemical reactions.
11. Physicochemical principles of chemical technology processes.
Spheres of sciences:
02.00.21 Solid state chemistry Speciality Certificate
Speciality code: 02.00.21 Solid state chemistry
Solid state chemistry is a part of chemistry studying the structure, reactivity and transformations of solid-phase substances and materials. The objects of examination in solid state chemistry are crystalline and amorphous inorganic and organic compounds, heterophase systems and materials, nanostructured materials included.
Area of research:
1. Development of methods for synthesis of solid-phase compounds and materials.
2. Designing of new kinds and types of solid-phase compounds and materials.
3. Study of solid-phase chemical reactions, their mechanisms, kinetics and thermodynamics, including nucleation and chemical reactions on the interface of solid phases, as well as topochemical reactions and activation of solid-phase reagents.
4. Research of spatial and electronic structure of solid-phase reagents.
5. Examination of spatial and electronic structure of solid-phase compounds and materials.
6. Investigation into dynamics and diffusion of molecules, ions and atoms in solid-phase compounds and materials.
7. Establishment of composition-structure-property regularities for solid-phase compounds and materials.
8. Study of the effect of synthesis conditions, chemical and phase composition, as well as temperature, pressure, irradiation and other external actions on the chemical and physicochemical micro- and macroscopic properties of solid-phase compounds and materials.
9. Structure and dynamics of defects.
10. Structure and properties of surfaces and interfaces.
11. Quantum chemical description and prediction of the structure and properties of solid-phase compounds and compositions.
Spheres of sciences: