Research Progress in Chemical Physics and Biochemical Physics: Pure and Applied Science

Gennady E. Zaikov (Editor)
Head of Polymer Division, N.M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Alexandr A. Berlin (Editor)
Director of N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Krzysztof Majewski (Editor)
Military Institute of Chemistry and Radiometry, Warsaw, Poland

Andrey A. Pimerzin (Editor)
Deputy of director of Samara State Technical University, Samara, Russia

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI009000

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The editors and contributors of this volume will be quite pleased if the readers can understand and accept the contents and ideas of this monograph.

In this book, we decided to include information about the synthesis and investigation properties of epoxy containing compounds and composite materials on their basis, such as: hydrosilylation reactions of polymethylhydrosiloxane with acrylates and methacrylates and solid polymer electrolyte membranes on their basis; biodegradable binary and ternary blends of cellulose and ethyl cellulose with synthetic and natural polymers; biodetoxication of aromatic hydrocarbons in aqueous media; modern immunochemical and biosensor technologies for the analysis of environmental ecotoxicants; the morphology of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) with an ethylene-propylene copolymer blend; the development of thermoplastic vulcanizates based on isotactic polypropylene and ethylene-propylene-diene elastomer, as well as the mechanical and chemical properties of modern basalt fibers and epoxy basaltoplastics.

We collected the reviews and original papers about technology transfer for the development of new products, chemical and biochemical physics. Special attention is given to adaptogens that decrease the generation of reactive oxygen species by mitochondria. Quantum-chemical calculation of the aromatic olefines of some molecules is performed using the MNDO method, and the formation of ozonides and their stability in the process of unsaturated polymers in latex, as well as structures ( monomer and dimer) of sodium and potassium 2-(N-_methylamide)-2-(3′,5′-di-tert.butyl-4-hydroxybenzyl)-malonates and biological properties are also discussed. The interrelation structure and thermodynamic properties in the five-membered O- and N-heterocyclic compounds, including the thermodynamic properties and structure of heteroatom derivatives of indene, are explored further.

Many interesting results in the field of the reaction of ozone with some oxygen containing organic compounds are discussed, including: enhanced oil recovery using binary mixture reaction products as an alternative to increasing reservoir water content; assessment of the potential of enhanced oil recovery from reservoirs with high water content using the heat of nitrate oxidation reactions and in situ hydrocarbon oxidation; structural features of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) with an ethylene-propylene copolymer blends; and the kinetics of photoinitiated copolymerization of bifunctional (meth)acrylates till high conversion. The numerical verification of kinetic model of the process and the degradation of films based on mixtures of vinyl alcohol with vinyl acetate copolymers and polyhydroxybutyrate under UV-radiation and polymer-inorganic materials on the basis of tetraethoxysilane are also discussed.

We also included information concerning nanofibrous polyhydroxybutyrate-based biomaterials, such as: the influence of aminoalkoxy- and glycidoxyalkoxysilanes on adhesion characteristics of ethylene copolymers; the study of the influence of dihydroquercetin and cyclodextrin inclusion complex with the new dihydroquercetin derivative on ozone oxidation of fibrinogen; challenges and development perspectives on nanopatterned implants loaded with drugs; the use of vegetable oils as platform chemicals for synthesis of thermoplastic bio-based polyurethanes; active packaging based on the release of carvacrol and thymol for fresh food; the structural analysis of nanocomposites polymer/organoclay flame-resistance; the regularity of crack formation on vulcanized elastomers under ozone action (polyisoprene); the evaluation of efficiency of deposition of dispersed particles in inertial dust separator; as well as a comparative evaluation of the viability of the cells of probiotic strains by luminescence microscopy and flow cytometry.

As we know, the power of innovative solutions is experience, creativity and technology. In this volume the readers can find information about experience and creativity, as well as some information about modern technology.

The editors and contributors will be happy to receive some comments from the readers which can be taken into account in our future research. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Ozonation of Hydrocarbons
(S. Rakovsky, M. Anachkov, V. Georgiev, A. Berlin, M. Belitski and G.E. Zaikov, Institute of Catalysis, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria and others)

Chapter 2. Synthesis and Investigation Properties of Epoxy Containing Compounds and Composite Materials on their Basis
(E. Markarashvili, T. Tatrishvili, N. Koiava, A. Berlin, G.E. Zaikov, J. Aneli and O. Mukbaniani, Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Institute of Chemistry, Tbilisi, Georgia and others)

Chapter 3. Biodegradable Binary and Ternary Blends of Cellulose and Ethyl Cellulose with Synthetic and Natural Polymers
(S.Z. Rogovina, K.V. Aleksanyan, S.M. Lomakin and E.V. Prut, N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 4. Hydrosilylation Reactions of Polymethylhydrosiloxane with Acrylates and Methacrylates and Solid Polymer Electrolyte Membranes on their Basis
(T. Tatrishvili, G. Titvinidze, N. Pirckheliani, J. Aneli, G.E. Zaikov and O. Mukbaniani, I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia and others)

Chapter 5. Biodetoxication of Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Aqueous Media
(M.D. Goldfein, A.S. Tregub and O.V. Turkovskaya, Saratov State University, Russia)

Chapter 6. Modern Immunochemical and Biosensor Technologies for Analysis of Environmental Ecotoxicants
(M.D. Goldfein and V.V. Zyryanov, Saratov State University, Russia)

Chapter 7. Poly (3-Hydroxybutyrate) with Ethylene-Propylene Copolymer Blends: Structure and Calorimetry Properties
(A.A. Ol'khov, L.S. Shibryaeva, Yu. V. Tertyshnaya, A.L. Iordanskii, M.A. Goldshtrakh and G.E. Zaikov, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical Technology, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 8. Adaptogens Decrease the Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species by Mitochondria
(V. Zhigacheva, E. B. Burlakova, Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 9. Quantum-Chemical Calculation of Some Molecules Aromatic Olefines by the Method MNDO
(V.A. Babkin, D.S. Zakharov and G.E. Zaikov, Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 10. Formation of Ozonides and their Stability in the Process of Unsaturated Polymers In Latex
(P.T. Poluektov, L.A. Vlasova, S.S. Nikulin and V.M. Misin, Voronezh State University of Technological Engineering, Voronezh, Russia)

Chapter 11. Structures (Monomer and Dimer) of Sodium and Potassium 2-(N-Methylamide)-2-(3',5'-Di-Tert.Butyl-4-Hydroxybenzyl)-Malonates and Biological Properties
(G.E. Zaikov, A.A. Volodkin, V.N. Erokhin, E.B. Burlakova and S.M. Lomakin, Establishment of the Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of biochemical physics of N.M.Emanuelja, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 12. Reaction of Ozone with Some Oxygen-Containing Organic Compounds
(S. Rakovsky, M. Anachkov and G.E. Zaikov, Institute of Catalysis, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria and others)

Chapter 13. Enhanced Oil Recovery Using Binary Mixture (BM) Reaction Products as an Alternative to Increasing Reservoir Water Content
(E.N. Aleksandrov, P.E. Aleksandrov, N.M. Kuznetsov, E.A. Markevich, V. Yu. Lidzhi-Goryaev and A.L. Petrov, Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 14. Assessment of the Potential of Enhanced Oil Recovery from Reservoirs with High Water Content Using the Heat of Nitrate Oxidation Reactions and In Situ Hydrocarbon Oxidation
(E.N. Aleksandrov, P.E. Aleksandrov, N.M. Kuznetsov, A.L. Petrov and V. Yu. Lidzhi-Goryaev, Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 15. Blends of Poly(3-Hydroxybutyrate) with an Ethylene-Propylene Copolymer
(A.A. Ol'khov, A.L. Iordanskii, K. Majewski and G.E. Zaikov, N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 16. Kinetics of Photoinitiated Copolymerization of Bifunctional (Meth)Acrylates till High Conversion: Numerical Verification of Kinetic Model of the Process
(G.I. Khovanets, Yu. G. Medvedevskikh, I. Yu. Yevchuk and G.E. Zaikov, Department of Physico-Chemistry of Combustible Minerals, L.M. Lytvynenko Institute of Physico-organic Chemistry and Coal Chemistry, NAS of Ukraine, Lviv, Ukraine and others)

Chapter 17. Degradation of Films Based on Mixtures of Vinyl Alcohol with Vinyl Acetate Copolymers and Polyhydroxybutyrate under UV-Radiation
(A.A. Ol'khov, A.L. Iordansky, G.E. Zaikov, O.V. Stoyanov, L.A. Zenitova and S. Yu. Sofina, N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 18. Nanofibrous Polyhydroxybutyrate-Based Biomaterials
(A.A. Ol'khov, O.V. Staroverova, Yu. N. Filatov, G.M. Kuzmicheva, A.L. Iordansky, G.E. Zaikov, O.V. Stoyanov and L.A. Zenitova, N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 19. Influence of Aminoalkoxy- and Glycidoxyalkoxysilanes on Adhesion Characteristics of Ethylene Copolymers
(N.E. Temnikova, S.N. Rusanova, S. Yu. Sofina, O.V. Stoyanov, R.M. Garipov, A.E. Chalykh, V.K. Gerasimov and G.E. Zaikov, Kazan National Research Technological University and others)

Chapter 20. The Study of Influence of Dihydroquercetin and Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complex with the New Dihydroquercetin Derivative on Ozone Oxidation of Fibrinogen
(V.S. Rogovsky, T. M. Arzamasova, M.A. Rosenfeld, M.L. Konstantinova, V.B. Leonova, S.D. Razumovsky, G.E. Zaikov, A.I. Matyoushin, N.L. Shimanovsky, A. M. Koroteev, S. E. Mosyurov, M. P. Koroteev, T. S. Kuhareva and E. Å. Nifantiev, Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Radiobiology, Medico-Biological Faculty, The Russian National Research Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov (RNRMU), Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 21. Challenges and Development Perspectives on Nanopatterned Implants Loaded with Drugs
(A.L. Iordanskii, S.Z. Rogovina, I. Afanasov and A.A. Berlin, N.N. Semenov Institute of chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 22. The Structural Analysis of Nanocomposites Polymer/Organoclay Flame-Resistance
(I.V. Dolbin, G.V. Kozlov and G.E. Zaikov, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, KBR, Russian Federation and others)

Chapter 23. The Regularity of Cracks Formation on Vulcanized Elastomers under Ozone Action: Polyisoprene
(V. Podmasteryev, S. Razumovsky and G.E. Zaikov, Institute of Biochemical Physics, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 24. The Evaluation of Efficiency of Deposition of Dispersed Particles in Inertial Dust Separator
(R.R. Usmanova, Krzysztof Majewski and G.E. Zaikov, Ufa State Technical University of Aviation, Bashkortostan, Russia and others)

Chapter 25. Comparative Evaluation of Viability of Cells of Probiotic Strains by Luminescence Microscopy and Flow Cytometry
(L.P. Blinkova, Yu. D. Pakhomov, O.V. Dmitrieva, R.V. Zhelankin, E.A. Akhmatov, Federal State Budgetary Institution “Mechnikov Research Institute for Vaccines and Sera”, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 26. The Interrelation Structure and Thermodynamic Properties in the Five-Membered O- and N-Heterocyclic Compounds
(Sergey P. Verevkin, Vladimir N. Emel’yanenko, Andrey A. Pimerzin, Elena Å. Vishnevsakaya, Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany and others)

Chapter 27. Thermodynamic Properties and Structure of Heteroatom Derivatives of Indene
(Sergey P. Verevkin, Vladimir N. Emel’yanenko, Andrey A. Pimerzin, Elena Å. Vishnevskaya, Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany and others)

Chapter 28. Development of Thermoplastic Vulcanizates Based on Isotactic Polypropylene and Ethylene-Propylene-Diene Elastomer
(E.V. Prut and T.I. Medintseva, Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

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