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A.P.Karmanov, L.S.Kocheva

CELLULOSE AND LIGN - PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS

Syktyvkar: Komi Scientific Center RAS, 2006. 248 p. ISBN 5-89606-299-6.

The paper discusses the various aspects of the structural organization, properties, and existing and most promising application of the major plant biopolymers - cellulose and lignin. Synthesis and analysis of structural and chemical studies are from the standpoint of modern theoretical methods - synergy and nonlinear dynamics. When conducting applied research used the principles of "green chemistry" - actively developing now approach to processing of vegetable raw materials. Much attention is paid to the study of the properties and processing of non-wood plants that are a promising source for the chemical, pharmaceutical, food and cosmetic industries.
This monograph can be useful to specialists in various fields of chemistry and technology of wood and non-wood plant materials.
Petrogenetika powders, ceramics and composites.

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B.A.Goldin, Yu.I.Ryabkov, P.V.Istomin

PETROGENETIKA POWDERS, CERAMIC AND COMPOSITE

Syktyvkar: Komi Scientific Center RAS, 2006. 276 p. ISBN 5-89606-256-7.

The role of crystallization and internal pressure developed in closed pores in the formation of the ceramic body. Are state diagrams of oxide and oxygen-free systems as a basis for the directed synthesis, summarized the results of theoretical and applied research on the production of new advanced inorganic materials: powders, ceramics, and composites structural and functional purpose of using natural raw materials - bauxite, rutile quartz-leucoxene, zhadeititov, spinels moissanite, fluorite, kaolinite porcelain stones, as well as their products and model compounds. Conducted by the research focused on the new challenges in the production of high-performance supermaterialov.
Self-organization and the structural organization of lignin.

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A.P.Karmanov

SELF AND STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION LIGNIN

Ekaterinburg: Ural Branch of RAS, 2004. 270 p. ISBN 5-7691-1458-4.

The monograph is devoted to the identification and study of self-organization processes in the formation of the structure of natural and biosynthetic lignins using methods of nonlinear dynamics and synergy. The results of studies in vitro biosynthesis and structure of macromolecules degidropolimerov. The basics of the fractal concept and its application to the description of the physico-chemical properties of polymers. The results of the study of the hydrodynamic properties of the solutions and the topological structure of lignin macromolecules.
The book is intended for a wide range of experts in the field of physical chemistry of polymers, wood chemistry and macromolecular compounds.
Ceramics based on natural alumino-silicates and kaltsiymagnievyh.

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B.A.Goldin, B.N.Dudkin, I.V.Klochkova

CERAMICS BASED ON NATURAL AND ALUMINUM KALTSIYMAGNIEVYH SILICATES

Ekaterinburg-Syktyvkar: Komi Scientific Center RAS, 2003. 152 p. ISBN 5-7691-1355-3.

The results of work on the preparation of ceramic materials from natural minerals of the Komi Republic. Investigated processes in iron-poor serpentinite ofikaltsitah and aporiolitah, shows the properties and applications of ceramics. The effect of natural and synthetic additives for conditionality, structure and properties of ceramic materials.
High-recovery processing oxide raw materials.

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B.A.Goldin, Yu.I.Ryabkov, P.V.Istomin, V.E.Grass

HIGH TEMPERATURE REDUCING ROCESSING OXIDE RAW MATERIALS

Ekaterinburg: Ural Branch of RAS, 2001. 216 p. ISBN 5-7691-1154-2.

The results of work on the preparation of powder and ceramic materials by reducing high alumina processing (iron-poor bauxite) and silicon-titanium oxide (leucoxene) minerals. Development of physico-chemical foundations of such processing performed using data from the binary and ternary systems of aluminum, titanium, silicon, oxygen and carbon. Theoretical and experimental results. Original scheme proposed enrichment of aluminum and titanium materials, methods of obtaining a number of technologically important oxide and carbide materials.
Preparation of aluminum-organic synthesis.

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A.V.Kuchin, G.A.Tolstikov

PREPARATION ORGANOALUMINUM SYNTHESIS

Syktyvkar: Komi Scientific Center RAS, 1997. 208 p. ISBN 5-7691-0521-6.

The monograph deals with methods of synthesis and reaction of organoaluminum compounds with regard to their use in preparative organic chemistry. Describes the conversion of olefins and acetylenes flowing through hydro schemes and karbalyuminirovaniya, discussed the most important methods of functionalization of organoaluminum compounds, which allows for the directed synthesis of a wide range of substances.
The book is designed for chemists - experts in the field of synthetic organic and organometallic chemistry, engineers working in the chemical industries, graduates, teachers and students of chemical universities.
Petrogenetika ceramics.

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B.A.Goldin, Yu.I.Ryabkov, P.V.Istomin

PETROGENETIKA CERAMICS

Syktyvkar: Komi Scientific Center RAS, 1996. 196 p. ISBN 5-7691-0451-1.

First shown the existence of crystallization and internal pressure developed in closed pores in the formation of the ceramic body. Are state diagrams of oxide and oxygen-free systems as a basis for the directed synthesis, provides theoretical and applied research aimed at producing new promising inorganic materials - structural and functional ceramics from bauxite, titanium feedstock zhadeititov, spinels, moissanite, fluorite, kaolinite porcelain stone, and as their products to address new challenges in the production of high-tech ceramics, including forecasting and planning experiments. First investigated equilibrium phases obtained in joint restoration SiO2 and TiO2 carbon. The theoretical basis of the strength properties of ceramics and examined their dependence on the presence of the isotropic phase.