Molecular Complexity

Organic chemistry is an area of modern science, which is in highest demand today, as it helps to improve the quality of human life and to design new generations of drugs including those to prevent and treat the socially important diseases. Most of the current industrial processes are based on the synthesis and processing of organic substances. Definitely, organic molecules are and will remain among the top priorities in the long-term development of chemical industry, including energy and fuel sectors.

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Invisible Chemistry

How do molecules live and how do chemical reactions occur? Mechanistic studies open fantastic opportunity to find answers for these challenging questions. A combination of three analytic methods - NMR spectroscopy, Mass spectrometry and Electron microscopy - gives a powerful tool to gain insight into this fascinating area. How will chemistry of the 21st century look like? Will we discover complex phenomena that remain invisible today? It is a mechanistic research that will lead to real fundamental discoveries.

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3D Printing in Chemistry

3D printing can significantly speed up the experimental chemical research, as it makes possible to manufacture even complex multi-component chemical equipment directly in the laboratory without a manufacturing delay. This applies both to the fundamental chemical research, as well as to research and engineering projects. We believe that this innovation can be a valuable tool in the creation of research equipment in chemical sciences.

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New Life of Old Molecules

A joint project of scientists from St. Petersburg State University and Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry investigated chemical applications of calcium carbide. The project advances the idea of diverse acetylene chemistry on the basis of carbide technology. Using the proposed approach, cheap and available carbide raw material has been effectively transformed into valuable products that are in demand in material science and organic synthesis.

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Invited Lectures at ZIOC RAS

Our invited lecture:

July 13, 2018;
16:00, ZIOC Library,
Prof. Marina A. Petrukhina,
University at Albany, USA.

"Charging Carbon Bowls and Belts with Multiple Electrons: Self-Assembly and Metal Intercalation Trends".

We cordially invite our colleagues to deliver scientific lectures at Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

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Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nanomaterials

Nanomaterials journal
Impact Factor: 3.553 (Web of Science ; Q1: materials science, multidisciplinary)
Special issue description and article submission: link
Download special issue flyer: Special-Issue-flyer.pdf
Guest Editor: Prof. Dr. Valentine P. Ananikov, N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

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