Development of High-efficient Methods for Tuning Functional Properties of Organic and Inorganic Materials with help of Microwave irradiation and Ultrasonication

The main aim of the project is development of controlled methods for synthesis and crystallization of semi-conducting materials of A2B6 type and pharmaceutical substances with improved functional properties

Development of Up-to-date Materials for Selective Sorption and Extraction of Radionuclides and Heavy Metals from Water of Different Origin

The main aim of the project is development of novel high-efficient materials for sorption and extraction on the basis of organic and inorganic compounds for the selective withdrawal of radionuclides and heavy metals from water of different origin.

Development of New Methods of Synthesis of Nitrogen Containing Heterocycles by Multicomponent and Linear Reactions

The main aim of the project is to develop novel high effective and selective synthetic approaches to fused nitrogen containing heterocycles by multicomponent and linear reactions.

Microwave Synthesis of Scintillating Powders of Zn and Cd Chalcogenides

The project is devoted to the study of influence of microwave irradiation on carrying solid-phase reaction of selenium or sulfur with zinc or cadmium. Study of functional properties of the compounds obtained.

Tuning Selectivity of Multicomponent Reactions Involving Pyruvic Acid Derivatives

The project is devoted to the study of multicomponent heterocyclizations of pyruvic acids with aminoazoles, determination of their general laws, development of novel selective preparative methods for the synthesis of fused pyridine and pyrimidine carboxylic acids.

Development of Pilot Installation and Implementation into Industry of Vacuum Microwave Dryer with 500 L Chamber

The innovative project is concerned with final stages of development and manufacturing of pilot installation of vacuum microwave dryer with 500 L chamber, its testing and implementation into industry. Industrial partner in this project is “VIVA Ltd” (Donetsk, Ukraine)

Synthesis of Binary Inorganic Oxides in Microwave Field

The project is devoted to the development of new efficient and power-saving technologies of synthesis of binary inorganic oxides under microwave irradiation. The main attention of researchers is focused on tungstates of cadmium (CdWO4), zink (ZnWO4) and lead (PbWO4) which are raw materials for growing of scintillating single crystals.

Study of Novel Nitrogen Containing Heterocycles Based on Reactions of Unsaturated Carbonyls, their Synthetic Precursors and Equivalents

The project is devoted to the elaboration of novel effective and facile approaches to synthesis of nitrogen containing heterocycles proceeding from unsaturated carbonyls, their synthetic precursor and equivalents. The main goal of the project is synthesis of new photo- and physiologically active partially hydrogenated heterocyclic systems, development of effective chiral additives to liquid crystalline composites, investigations of multicomponent reactions and processes with non-traditional activation methods (microwave  and ultrasonic irradiation), study of theoretical problems, mechanisms of the reactions and structures of compounds synthesized.

Study of Intramolecular Hydrogen Bonding in Heterocyclic Amides Using HPLC and NMR Methods.

Kinetic study of 2-Aryliminocoumarin-3-carboxamides acetylation was performed by means of microwave heating with a use of system EmrysTM Creator EXP. The reaction mixtures was analyzed by HPLC analysis.  Amide group was shown to posses high reactivity according to acetic anhydride in condition of microwave activation. Correlation between the amide reactivity and the electron nature of substituent R was studied and discussed.

Application of Microwave Synthesis of Heterocyclic Compounds (Reg. No. 0106U010122)

General test of microwave system  EmrysTM Creator EXP was fulfilled. Several novel microwave-assisted multi-component reactions leading to formation of tetrahydropyrimidine and tetrahydroazolopyrimidine heterocycles were carried out under conventional and microwave conditions. It is shown that application of microwave-assisted synthesis leads to significant reaction time decrease, and in some cases, to formation of products, which cannot be obtained by conventional methods.