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61.

Scanning Tunneling Microscopic and Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopic Studies of Nanostructure and Surface Energy Properties of Stainless Steel Kh18N10T. 1. Measurements at Interfaces with Air and 0.01 N HCl solution

Yu. M. Stryuchkova and E. V. Kasatkin

 

Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, ul. Vorontsovo pole 10, Moscow, 105054 Russia

Received November 7, 2007

 

Abstract — Stainless steel Kh18N10T is studied by electrochemical scanning tunneling microscopy (ESTM) and electrochemical scanning tunneling spectroscopy (ESCS) methods at the interface with air and for the fixedsample and probe potentials in 0.1 N HCl. Local spectral dependences of tunneling current on the tunneling voltage (It,Ut) are studied in either air or solution in the vicinity of potentials corresponding to stable properties. The local tunneling conductivity (Gframe0), the coefficient of the probability of tunneling transfer of an electron to the tip (), and the logarithmic-dependence slope ( = Ut/ln(It) are calculated. As for Fe–Cr alloys, it is shown that at the atomic level, the local energy properties of a steel Kh18N10T are determined by the mutual effect of neighboring atoms (the matrix effect).

PACS numbers: 68.37.Ef, 81.07.-b

 

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050020
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The Effect of Sulfate and Nitrate Ions on the Passivation and Activation of Silver in Alkaline Solutions

N. N. Lesnykh, N. M. Tutukina, and I. K. Marshakov

Voronezh State University, Universitetskaya pl. 1, Voronezh, 394006 Russia

 

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Received December 10, 2007

 

Abstract — Based on the concept of a competitive adsorption of hydroxide ions with Sframe0 and Nframe1 activating anions, some peculiarities of the anodic behavior of silver in alkaline solutions containing sulfates or nitrates are explained. At the ascending branches of the anodic peaks, a co-adsorption of OHframe2 and Sframe3 or Nframe4 results in the formation of mixed adsorption complexes, which are soluble better than hydroxide ones. An increase in the part of the soluble oxidation products of silver is observed if a rotating disc electrode with a ring is used. Passivation of silver is explained by a change in the electronic structure of the adsorption complexes when certain potential values are reached, while a local activation, by the destruction of these complexes at the passive state potentials between the anodic peaks. At the depassivation, pH value of the solution in pits decreases, which results in the formation of Ag2SO4 or AgNO3 salts. The presence of the salts in a deposit on the electrode is confirmed by the appearance of a C3 cathodic peak.

 

PACS numbers: 82.45.Bb

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050032
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63.

Molecular Nanocrystals in Polyaniline-based Light-Emitting Diode Structures

E. I. Mal’tsev, D. A. Lypenko, O. M. Perelygina, V. F. Ivanov, O. L. Gribkova, M. A. Brusentseva, and A. V. Vannikov

 

Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Leninskii pr. 31, Moscow, 119991 Russia

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Received February 29, 2008

 

Abstract - It is found that one of the types of molecular organic nanocrystals, the so-called J-aggregates, is able to modify optoelectronic properties of electroactive polymers. It is intrinsic that the polyaniline interpolymeric complex, known as p-type semiconductor, turns into electroluminescent material in the presence of Jframe0aggregates of 3,3-di(gamma-sulfopropyl)-5,5-dichlorotiamonomethincyanine triethylammonium salt. During the studying of new organic light-emitting diode structures, in which the polyaniline/J-aggregates polymeric composite forms both recombination and emitting layers, a polyaniline intrinsic electroluminescence spectrum is obtained. The electroluminescence band completely coincides with the polyaniline photoluminescence spectrum; it has maximum at 400 nm. The electroluminescence mechanism in the studied nanocomposites is discussed.

 

PACS numbers: 78.67.Bf

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050044
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64.

AFM Study of the Structuration of an Ionic Surfactant and Phenylalanine with frame0-Carrageenan

D. V. Kolesov*,**, T. E. Grigor’ev**, D. Yu. Gavrilko*, E. E. Makhaeva**,  I. V. Yaminskii**, and A. R. Khokhlov**

 

* Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Leninskii pr. 31, Moscow, 119991 Russia

** Department of Physics, Moscow State University, Vorob’evy gory, Moscow, 119992 Russia

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Received March 6, 2008

 

Abstract — Local networks of -carrageenan adsorbed in the presence of an ionic surfactant and phenylalanine were examined by atomic force microscopy (AFM). Polymer chains of adsorbed carrageenan are aligned with crystallographic axes. The helical and globular conformations of carrageenan effectively bind the surfactant. Phenylalanine is not involved in the structuration of the carrageenan gel.

 

PACS numbers: 87.64.Dz

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050056
12/09/2008 | 1078 Hits | Print

65.

Conversion of the Surface Layers of Poly(Vinyl Chloride) into Aminoethyl Podand Nanofilms as a Matrix at the Surface of Borane-Selective Sorbents

A. Yu. Tsivadze, A. Ya. Fridman, N. P. Sokolova, E. M. Morozova, I. A. Gagina, A. M. Gorbunov,  A. V. Dorokhov, and A. Yu. Masanov

 

Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences,

Leninskii pr. 31, Moscow, 119991 Russia

Received June 28, 2007

 

Abstract — Nondetachable nanofilms of aminoethyl podands were obtained at the developed surface of PVC materials. Interactions of these films with gaseous boranes were studied for use as a hydrogen source. The steps of surface development were checked and the nature of diborane absorption was studied by FTIR spectroscopy.

 

PACS numbers: 68.47.Pe, 82.35.Gh

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050068
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66.

Phase Nanotomography in the Superficial Layers

V. A. Kotenev, D. N. Tyrin, and A. Yu. Tsivadze

 

Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Leninskii pr. 31, Moscow, 119991 Russia

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Received June 27, 2007

 

Abstract — A method of phase nanotomography and spectral multiplexing for a nondestructive monitoring of the nanoscale disturbance of refractive index distribution across the nonuniform near-electrode layer at a metal/solution interface is analyzed. It is shown that the amplitude Fourier-spectroscopy of reflection from the nonuniform near-electrode layer with a weak (nanoscale) disturbance of the complex refractive index profile, and weak optical parameters dispersion makes one realize the multiplex principle of measuring and reconstructing the refractive index (and hence, the concentration) distribution across the near-electrode solution layer by using either interference pattern or additional Fourier-transform. Combining the multiplex reconstruction of a three-dimensional profile of the dissolved-products layer and the standard Fourier-spectroscopy allows in situ controlling both the metal dissolution intensity at any point of its surface and the metal dissolution product composition over each section of the near-electrode layer.

 

PACS numbers: 81.70.Tx; 78.67.-n

DOI: 10.1134/S003317320805007X
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67.

The Detection of the Effect of Viscosity Growth in Nanodisperse Systems during Their Shearing with Ultralow Rates

N. B. Ur’ev, Yu. S. Svistunov, A. N. Potapov, and V. A. Starikov

 

Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Leninskii pr. 31, Moscow, 119991 Russia

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Received March 12, 2008

 

Abstract — With a precision Haake RS1 rheometer, it is first found that at extremely low rates of shear (frame0 < equal10frame13 to 10–4 s–1 or lower), in nanodisperse systems based on highly dispersed aerosil or aerosil–bentonite compositions, with an increase in the shear rate, a non-Newtonian flow is observed. It is accompanied with a continuous growth of the effective viscosity of the dispersions eff, till the yield point P Pk is reached. At P > equal Pk, the effective viscosity decreases abruptly; the structure decomposes via an aggregate mechanism. Earlier it was believed, that each viscosity level there corresponds to a combination of the full destruction of structural bonds and their partial restoring up to the equilibrium level determined by eff. In addition, the structured dispersed system flow remains Newtonian unless the static yield point has been overcome; it corresponds to the largest viscosity of a virtually undestructed system. Using a special procedure, SEM-imaging of the structure of the bentonite-suspension, as well as the bentonite added with minor amounts of aerosil, was carried out in waterethanol medium. Photomicrographs of structure of the studied nanodisperse systems subject to shearing were obtained. The active filler (aerosil) particles distribution in the model system structure is studied. A procedure of studying the thixotropic properties of the structured nanodisperse systems in dynamic conditions is developed. The complex modeling of the structured nanodisperse system spreading over the scaled physical model, as well as special conditions of rheological tests in the Haake RS1 rotational rheometer cell, made us detecting a correlation between the spreading macroscopic factors and microscopic factors of the rheological behavior of the nanodisperse systems structure in dynamic conditions.

 

PACS numbers: 47.57.qk; 81.07.-b

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050081
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68.

Chemical Synthesis of Stable Nano-Sized Water-Organic Copper Dispersions

I. N. Terskaya, D. S. Sal’nikov, S. V. Makarov, O. V. Yarovaya*, and S. A. Lilin**

 

Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology, pr. F. Engel’sa 7, Ivanovo, 153000 Russia;

* D.I. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Miusskaya pl. 9, Moscow, 125047 Russia;

** Institute of Solution Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, ul. Akademicheskaya 1, Ivanovo, 153045 Russia

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Received January 25, 2008

 

Abstract — The formation of aggregatively stable copper dispersions by the reduction of copper salts with thiourea dioxide or sodium hydroxymethane sulfinate in a water–organic solvent is studied. X-ray electron spectroscopy and photon correlation spectroscopy showed that the chemically formed copper exists as nano-sized particles.

PACS numbers: 81.07.-b

 

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050093
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69.

Films Containing Nickel and Iron Compounds on Aluminum and Titanium

V. S. Rudnev and V. P. Morozova

 

Institute of Chemistry, Russian Academy of Science, Far-East Division,
pr. 100-Letiya Vladivostoka 159, Vladivostok, 690022 Russia

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Received March 19, 2007

 

Abstract — The composition of films formed by plasma electrochemical oxidation–deposition on aluminum and titanium in aqueous solutions containing both Ni(II) and Fe(III) polyphosphate complexes is studied. Elementary compositions of the outer part of the layers on aluminum and titanium differ insubstantially. Concentrations of nickel and iron (up to 30 wt %) in the films vary in proportion to their molar ratio in the electrolyte. Upon annealing in air, simple and multiple metal (M) oxides and phosphates crystallize in the layers, particularly, AlPO4, NiAl2O4, and Fe2O3 on aluminum, while Ni2P2O7, Ni0.5TiOPO4; NaTi2(PO4)3, M(II)M(III)Ti(PO4)3, FePO4, and Fe2Fe(P2O7) on titanium.

PACS numbers: 82.45.Cc; 81.15.Pq

 

DOI: 10.1134/S003317320805010X
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70.

Physicochemical Properties of Coatings Formed on Titanium by Microarc Oxidation with Energy Regulation in Breakdown Zones

P. S. Gordienko, U. V. Kharchenko, S. B. Bulanova, E. S. Panin,
V. K. Usol’tsev*, and V. A. Dostovalov*

 

Institute of Chemistry, Far East Division, Russian Academy of Sciences,
pr. Stoletiya Vladivostoka 159, Vladivostok, 690022 Russia

*Far East State Technical University

Received May 3, 2007

 

Abstract — Electrochemical and electrophysical properties of surface layers formed on VT1-0 titanium in phosphate electrolyte with the current in zones of oxide-layer breakdown limited due to the use of a phenomenon of electromagnetic induction, that allows one to control the energy supply to breakdown channels, are considered. It is shown that coatings synthesized with external regulation of reactive resistance differ from those formed without limiting the energy by taking smaller concentrations of charge carriers and a higher electric resistance. The galvanic couples that involve samples with films formed this way demonstrate the lower contact corrosion current as compared with samples treated without limitations for energy in the breakdown zones.

 

PACS numbers: 82.45. Cc; 81.15. Pq

DOI: 10.1134/S0033173208050111
12/09/2008 | 902 Hits | Print

  

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