Oleg Bolshakov

 

University

Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education "South Ural State University (National Research University)"

English proficiency

Fluent

The program of study for which the graduate student will be accepted

Chemistry

The code of the direction of study for which the graduate student will be accepted

04.06.01

List of research projects of a potential research supervisor (participation / leadership)

Semiconductor materials based on heteropolymer graphite-like carbon nitride. (Manual)

Surface molecular defects of nanocrystalline oxide materials. (Manual)

Development of radiometric nanosensors based on modified nanoparticles (quantum and carbon particles) of a new generation for highly selective detection of heavy metals in water.(Manual)

List of possible research topics

New semiconductor composite systems based on polytriazinimide

Semiconductor catalysts of organic reactions

  


Research supervisor:

Oleg Bolshakov,

PhD (N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, RAS)

Novel functionality of conventional semiconducting materials

Supervisor’s research interests:

Novel approaches in surface modification of conventional semiconductors for photocatalysis and heterogeneous catalysis of organic reactions. Physical chemistry of complex organic molecule adsorption. Electrochemistry of semiconductors and sensors.

Research highlights:

For the last 5 years Oleg Bolshakov participated in developing methods for the synthesis of TiO2 microparticles and its composites with SiO2. Currently a novel approaches for surface modification and controlled phase growth are being investigated with computer modelling of the nanoparticles. Surface adsorption mechanism of biologically active compounds on oxide surfaces and their geometry have been elucidated with physical and computer chemistry methods.

Supervisor’s specific requirements:

  • Physical chemistry knowledge is a must have

  • Basic skills in inorganic chemistry synthesis

  • Basic knowledge of organic chemistry

Supervisor’s main publications (Scopus/WOS 11):

  • 1. M. Grishina, O. Bol'shakov, A. Potemkin, V. Potemkin. Theoretical investigation of electron structure and surface morphology of titanium dioxide anatase nano-particles. Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, 1091 July 2016, pp. 122-136. DOI: 10.1016/j.comptc.2016.07.003.

  • 2 Maria Grishina, Oleg Bol'shakov, Andrey Potemkin, Vladimir Potemkin. Benzo[1,2,5]thiadiazole dyes: Spectral and electrochemical properties and their relation to the photovoltaic characteristics of the dye-sensitized solar cells Dyes and Pigments (2017), doi: 10.1016/j.dyepig.2017.05.020

  • 3. Roman Morozov, Igor Krivtsov, Viacheslav Avdin, Zakariae Amghouz, Alexander Gorshkov, Ekaterina Pushkova, Oleg Bol’shakov, Jose R. García. Microporous composite SiO 2 -TiO2 spheres prepared via the peroxo route:Lead(II) removal in aqueous media. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. Volume 497, 2018, P.71-81. DOI : 10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2017.11.031

  • 4. Artyom Shchelokov, Nadezhda Palko, Vladimir Potemkina, Maria Grishina, Roman Morozov, Elena Korina, Danil Uchaev, Igor Krivtsov, Oleg Bol’shakov* Adsorption of Native Amino Acids on Nanocrystalline TiO2: Physical Chemistry, QSPR, and Theoretical Modeling. Langmuir 2019, 35, 2, 538-550 DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.8b02007.

  • 5. Bol’shakov, O.I., Yushina, I.D., Stash, A.I. et al. Structure and properties of 4-phenyl-5H-1,2,3-dithiazole-5-thione polyiodide with S−I+−S bridged complex. Struct Chem (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11224-020-01584-y

  • 6. E.Korina, R. Morozov, I. Arkhipushkin, D Vorobiev, N Heintz, Igor Inyaev A. Adawy, R. Mendoza, I. Vasileva, T. Dolinina, V. Avdin, S Sozykin, A. Schelokov, V. Popov, E. Strel'tsova, Oleg Bol'shakov*. Surface dehydroxylation of nanocrystalline TiO2. Inorganic Chemistry Communications. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.inoche.2021.108478

  • 7. E. Korina, S. Naifert, N. Palko, M. Grishina, V. Potemkin, R. Morozov, A. Adawy, R. Merono, V. Avdin, A. Schelokov, V. Popov and Oleg Bol'shakov* Probing Adsorption of Dipeptides on Titanium Dioxide in H2O and D2O, Thermodynamics, and Computer Modeling. ChemPhysChem. Under Revision

  • 8. Ekaterina Bartashevich, Adam Stash, Irina Yushina, Mikhail Minyaev, Oleg Bol'shakov, Oleg Rakitin and Vladimir Tsirelson BONDING FEATURES IN THE APPEL SALT FROM THE ORBITAL-FREE QUANTUM CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVE. Volume 77| Part 4| August 2021| Pages 478-487 https://doi.org/10.1107/S2052520621005928

 

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