Department of Inorganic Chemistry

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The Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry of the Lviv University was founded in 1895. The University teachers taught inorganic, analytical and physical chemistry courses for students of the Departments of Philosophy, Medicine and Natural Science. Since 1945, the Sub-department has been a part of the Department of Chemistry and has trained inorganic chemistry specialists.

The Sub-department is housed in the building of the Department of Chemistry at 6, Kyryla and Mefodiia Street. The area of ​​the premises of the Sub-department had gradually increased from 200 m2 in 1895 to 1400 m2 in 2017. Currently, there are two lecture halls, two education laboratories (an inorganic chemistry laboratory and a computing laboratory), six research laboratories (melting, thermal, glass-blowing, metallographic, x-ray and physical properties laboratories).

Since 1945, the Sub-department has been training teachers and scientists for higher education institutions, chemistry teachers, specialists for chemical laboratories of scientific institutions and enterprises. 12.0 paid positions were approved for the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry for years 2017/2018: 4 professor positions and 8 associate professor positions.

University teachers of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry

 

Research scientists of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry

Auxiliary educational personnel of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry

Postgraduate students of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry

 

SEMINAR to celebrate the anniversary of Ye. I. Hladyshevskyi

On April 15, 2019 the Seminar of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry was held to celebrate the 95th anniversary of Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences Yevhen Ivanovych Hladyshevskyi, the founder of the Lviv Crystal Chemistry School, Honored Worker of Science of Ukraine, Winner of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology.

 

Solemn Academy “YEVHEN HLADYSHEVSKYI (1924–2012)”

Solemn Academy Program, May 5, 2014

1000–1030 Opening of the Solemn Academy
1030–1200 Anatolii Hruhorovych Bilous, the Academician of the NASU (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), of the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry named after V. I. Vernadskyi of the NASU, City of Kyiv, “Current trends in the development of solid body chemistry (oxide systems)”

Professor Mykola Mykolaiovych Pavlun of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv “Applied value of crystalline morphology of minerals in prospecting and evaluation of mineral deposits”

Professor Oleksandr Borysovych Velichenko of the Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology, City of Dnipropetrovsk,  “Influence of PbO2 and TiOx synthesis conditions on their composition and physico-chemicalpProperties”

Roman Yevhenovych Hladyshevskyi, the Corresponding Member of the NASU of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv “Different ways of substitution of atoms in compounds of R – T – M systems”

1400–1430 Awarding of the winners of the Lviv-Lublin Pupils’Competition “Crystals and their Research”
1430–1600 Professor Zofia Żonczyńska of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University of Lublin “Compounds of rare earth elements with polycarboxylic acid in solid state”

Professor Serhii Andriyovych Nedilko of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv “Superconducting compounds in R – M – Cu – O systems (where R is Y and REE [rare-earth elements], and M is Ca, Sr, Ba)”

Professor Ihor Yevhenovych Barchii of the Uzhhorod National University “Search for new thermoelectric materials in Tl-BIV-V – CVI systems (BIV-V – Sn, Pb, Sb, Bi; CVI – S, Se, Te)”

Professor Anatolii Stepanovych Voloshynovskyi of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv “Radiative relaxation of electronic excitations in nanoscale dielectric crystals”

1600–1630 Recollections of colleagues and students

 

Organizers:

Ivan Franko National University of Lviv,

Western Scientific Center of NAS of Ukraine and MES of Ukraine,

Committee of Crystallographers of Ukraine

Taras Shevchenko Scientific Society

Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

Phone.: (032) 2600388, e-mail: dioc@lnu.edu.ua

YEVHEN IVANOVYCH HLADYSHEVSKYI

(April 14, 1924 – August 05, 2012)

On August 5, 2012, Yevhen Ivanovych Hladyshevskyi, the outstanding scientist and educator, Professor of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, at the age of 89 departed for eternity. Yevhen-Ihor Hladyshevskyi was born on April 14, 1924 in the Village of Reklynets of the Zhovkva District (now Sokal District) of the Lviv Iegion in the teachers’ family of Frantsishka Yosypivna Hladyshevska and Ivan Vasyliovych Hladyshevskyi. He studied in the first and second grades of the elementary school in the Village of Reklynets. In 1933, the Hladyshevskyi’s family moved to Western Poland to the Village of Klucze (in the Olkusz County of the Kielce Voivodeship), where Yevhen graduated from elementary school and continued his education at the Olkusz Gymnasium. Subsequently, after moving to Lviv, he studied at the First Ukrainian Academic Gymnasium and Secondary School No 2 and received a matriculation certificate as a graduate of the First State Gymnasium in Lviv (1942).

Yevhen Hladyshevskyi was a student (I-IV years) of the Department of Chemistry and Technology of the Technical Courses and of the Lviv Polytechnic Institute (1942-1945). He graduated from the Department of Chemistry at the Ivan Franko Lviv State University (1947) and remained there occupying a position of a higher school teacher. In 1967, Yevhen Hladyshevskyi was elected the Dean of the Department of Chemistry at the Ivan Franko Lviv State University.

In 1968, he was awarded the academic title of Professor, and from that year on until 1989, he had held the position of the Head of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry, and for the following 10 years – Professor of the Sub-department. In 1971, he was appointed Vice-Rector for Scientific Work of the University and served in this position for 20 years. He was honored with honorary titles of Honored Scientist of the Ukrainian SSR (1979), laureate of the State Prize of the Ukrainian SSR in Science and Technology (1984), awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor (1976), the Badge of the Ministry of Education of the USSR (1978), the Diploma of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR (1984), the Honorary Diploma of the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (1999, 2004), as well as jubilee and commemorative medals.

Professor Hladyshevskyi was the Chairman of the Committee of Crystallographers of Ukraine (1986, 1993-2004), Member of the International Union of Crystallographers, Soros Professor (1994, 1995) and the President of Ukraine Scholar (since 1999). Professor Hladyshevskyi was a member of the Editorial Board of the Bulletin (“Visnyk”) of the Lviv University (chemical series), of the Ukrainian Chemical Journal and of the international periodical Journal of Phase Equilibria. He was a member of the Coordination and Publishing Boards of the Encyclopedia of the Lviv University.

He was Fellow of the Taras Shevchenko Scientific Society and the Chairman of the Chemical Commission of the Taras Shevchenko Scientific Society (1992-2012). Yevhen Ivanovych Hladyshevskyi  was an eyewitness and participant in the events of the interwar period in Transcarpathia. His memoirs were used to create the documentary film “Silver Earth. The Chronicle of Carpathian Ukraine 1919-1939”.

 

The Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry of the Lviv University was founded in 1895. Its teachers taught inorganic, analytical, and physical chemistry courses for students of the Departments of Philosophy, Medicine, and Science. Since 1945, the Sub-department has been a part of the Department of Chemistry and it has trained inorganic chemistry specialists.

The Sub-department is housed in the building of the Department of Chemistry at 6, Kyryla and Mefodiia Street. The area of ​​the Sub-department’s premises had gradually increased from 200 m2 in 1895 to 1400 m2 in 2019. Currently, there are two lecture halls, two education laboratories (inorganic chemistry and computing), six research laboratories (melting, thermal, glass, metallographic, x-ray, physical properties laboratories).

The personnel of the Sub-department increased from three research scientists in 1895 (Professor, Assistant, Laboratory Assistant) to 56 in 2018 (four Professors, eight Associate Professors, two Heads of Laboratories, four Engineers, four Laboratory Assistants, 23 Researchers, 11 postgraduate students). From three (in 1970) to 35 (in 1990) full-time research scientists of the Sub-department worked to perform scientific works ordered by industrial and scientific organizations.

The Heads of the Sub-department: Professors B. Liakhovych (1896-1903), S. Tollochko (1905-1935), V. Tshebiatovskyi (1938-1945), Ye. Cherkashyn (1945-1968), Ye. Hladyshevskyi (1968-1989), O. Bodak (1989-2005), and R. Hladyshevskyi (since 2006).

 

Professors of the Sub-department and Doctors of Science: Z. Weiberg, V. Kemulia, Z. Klemensevych, Yu. Kuzma, O. Zarechniuk, R. Skolozdra, M. Myskiv, V. Pavliuk, B. Kotur, Y. Kalychak, B. Mykhalichko. Doctors of Science of the Sub-department: P.-B. Krypiakevych, V. Oliinyk, A. Fedorchuk, V. Babizhetskyi.

Teachers of the Sub-department, Candidates of Science: F. Derkach, O. Sobolieva, M. Tesliuk, I. Zalutskyi, D. Semenyshyn, V. Telehus, Ya. Yarmoliuk, A. Prevarskyi, O. Koshel, V. Kinzhybalo, I. Mokra, Z. Yaremko, L. Lysenko, V. Pecharskyi, Yu. Grin, P. Zavaliy, T. Protsailo, P. Starodub, V. Zaremba, G. Tyvanchuk, O. Kharchenko, Z. Shpyrka, V. Yartys, R. Rykhal, P. Salamakha, M. Konyk, G. Dmitriv, Yu. Tyvanchuk, O. Pavliuk, N. Muts, O. Zelinska, S. Pukas.

Candidaes of Science, Leading and Senior Researchers are working (or worked) at the Sub-department: V. Markiv, Y. Voroshylov, V. Burnashova, O. Zmii, T. Yanson, E. Melnyk, L. Akselrud, Ye. Marusyn, B. Belan, M. Maniako, O. Sichevych, M. Fedyna, L. Romaka, Yu Stadnyk, O. Protsyk, O. Oleksyn, O. Solohub, O. Miakush, V. Babizhetskyi, A. Horyn, P. Demchenko , Kh. Miliyanchuk, Ya. Tokaichuk, as well as highly qualified specialists Y. Horelenko and V. Davydov. About 120 persons worked at the positions of heads of laboratories, engineers, laboratory technicians and technicians at different times. A number of employees and postgraduate students of the Sub-department received positions in other sub-departments of the Lviv University or in other institutions and in other countries after defending their PhD theses.

Since 1945, the Sub-department has trained teachers and scientists for higher education institutions, chemistry teachers, specialists for chemical laboratories of scientific institutions and enterprises.

In the 80-ies of the last century, two branches of the Sub-department were functioning on the basis of the Physical-Mechanical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Scientific and Production Amalgamation “Avtoprompokryttia”. In 1978, the Sub-department, together with the Department of Physics, established a branch at the Institute of Materials, which later became a separate Sub-department of Radio-electronic Material Science. In 1981-1994 at the department there was a budget research laboratory of problem “Physicochemical analysis of metallic systems and crystal chemistry of intermetallic compounds” Among the first Doctors of Sciences trained in the early XX century by S. Tollochko, who worked in the fields of inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry and chemical technology and later became professors, were Z. Klemensevych, V. Kemulia and Z. Weiberg. The training of doctors of science in the Sub-department resumed in the 1950s. As a result, 23 Candidates of Science defended their doctoral dissertations: Ye. Cherkashyn, E. Hladyshevskyi, P.-B. Krypiakevych, Y. Kuzma, O. Zarechniuk, O. Bodak, R. Skolozdra, M. Myskiv, V. Pavliuk, B. Kotur, V. Oliynyk, B. Mykhalichko, R. Hladyshevskyi, Y. Kalychak, A. Fedorchuk, V. Babizhetskyi and Y. Vorosyilov. V. Yartys, D. Semenyshyn, L. Vasylechko, I. Zavalii, L. Hulai, A. Stetskiv defended their dissertations while working in other institutions. In addition, four other Candidates of Science, graduates of theSub-department, were confirmed in the rank of a professor abroad: V. Pecharskyi and P. Zavalii (USA), Yu. Grin (Germany) and Yu. Filinchuk (Belgium).

In the first three decades, the scientific themes of the Sub-department were directed mainly to the study of Halychyna’s natural raw materials – oil, natural gases, salts and mineral waters, issues of organic, physical and analytical chemistry, chemical technology and metal chemistry. Since 1945, scientific work has been devoted to the problems of inorganic chemistry, in particular, the crystal chemistry of intermetallic compounds. The scientists of the Sub-department investigated the interaction of 60 chemical elements in about 2600 triple systems: constructed isothermal sections of state diagrams for almost 1100 systems, established the formation of more than 7000 new compounds, determined the crystalline structure of 6000 compounds belonging to 750 structural types, discovered 430 new structural types. Today, there are scientific groups working under the direction of Professors R. Hladyshevskyi, B. Kotura, M. Myskiv, and V. Pavliuk. Inorganic scientists, laureates of state awards: Yevhen Hladyshevskyi, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the USSR (1979), laureate of the USSR State Prize in Science and Technology (1984 ), Oksana Bodak, laureate of the Lenin Komsomol Prize (1976), laureate of the USSR State Prize in Science and Technology (1984), Professor Emeritus of the University of Lviv (2001), Marian Myskiv, Professor Emeritus of the Lviv University (2005), laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology (2007), Roman Hladyshevskyi, Bohdan Kotur, Volodymyr Pavliuk, Vasyl Zaremba, Yurii Stadnyk, laureates of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology (2008) are a part of the creative team for the cycle of works “Intermetalides, hydrides and oxides as a basis of new energy-saving materials”.

Scientific Patrons of the Sub-department are: M. Bielov, Academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Crystallography, Head of the Sub-department of Crystallography at the Moscow University, I. Frantsevych, Academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Materials Science, which now is named after him, as well as his associates, Academicians of the USSR Academy of Sciences V. Yeremenko and V. Svechnikov, and corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences, G. Samsonov, V. Trzebiatowski – President of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute for Low Temperatures and Structural Research, which now is named after him, E. Sokolovskaya and S. Dunaev – Heads of the Sub-department of General Chemistry at the Moscow University, V. Skopenko – Academician of NAS of Ukraine, Rector of the Kyiv University, Hero of Ukraine, S. Volkov – Academician of NAS of Ukraine, Director of the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, V. Panasiuk – Academician of NAS of Ukraine, Director of the Physical-Mechanical Institute, I. Yukhnovskyi – Academician of NAS of Ukraine, Director of the Institute of Condensed Matter Physics, E. Parte, K. Ivoni and R. Fluckiger – Professors at the University of Geneva, V. Pecharskyi – Professor of the Sub-department of Materials Science, Iowa State University, Yu. Grin – the Director of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids

Employees

ChairpersonRoman GladyshevskiiChairperson
ProfessorBohdan KoturProfessor
ProfessorMarian Mys`kivProfessor
ProfessorVolodymyr PavlyukProfessor
Associate Professor (by-worker)Hryhoriy (Grygoriy) DmytrivAssociate Professor (by-worker)
Associate ProfessorMariya KonykAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorNataliya MutsAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorOleksiy PavlyukAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorSvitlana PukasAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorZinoviya ShpyrkaAssociate Professor
Associate Professor, (by-worker)Oksana ZarembaAssociate Professor, (by-worker)
Associate ProfessorVasyl ZarembaAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorOksana ZelinskaAssociate Professor
Leading ResearcherLev AkselrudLeading Researcher
Leading ResearcherVolodymyr BabizhetskyyLeading Researcher
Leading ResearcherBohdana BelanLeading Researcher
Leading ResearcherPavlo DemchenkoLeading Researcher
Leading ResearcherLyubov RomakaLeading Researcher
Leading ResearcherYuriy StadnykLeading Researcher
Senior Research FellowAndriy HorynSenior Research Fellow
Senior Research FellowBohdan KuzhelSenior Research Fellow
Senior Research FellowMykola ManyakoSenior Research Fellow
Senior Research Fellow, Associate Professor (by-worker)Khrystyna MiliyanchukSenior Research Fellow, Associate Professor (by-worker)
Senior Research FellowYurii SlyvkaSenior Research Fellow
Senior Research FellowYaroslav TokaychukSenior Research Fellow
Research FellowVolodymyr LevytskyiResearch Fellow
Research FellowIhor OshchapovskyyResearch Fellow
Research FellowNataliya SemusoResearch Fellow
Research FellowIvan TarasiukResearch Fellow
Research FellowAnatoliy ZelinskiyResearch Fellow
Junior Research FellowTaras DelenkoJunior Research Fellow
Junior Research FellowNataliya DominyukJunior Research Fellow
Junior Research FellowMyroslava HoryachaJunior Research Fellow
Junior Research FellowNastasiya KlymentiyJunior Research Fellow
Junior Research FellowVasyl KordanJunior Research Fellow
Junior Research FellowOksana MatselkoJunior Research Fellow
Junior Research FellowIvanna RomanivJunior Research Fellow
Junior Research FellowNazar ZarembaJunior Research Fellow
Laboratory Chief ManagerNestor HermanLaboratory Chief Manager
Laboratory Chief ManagerHalyna NychyporukLaboratory Chief Manager
Lead EngineerOksana MaksymivLead Engineer
1st Category EngineerHanna Mindrul1st Category Engineer
2nd Category EngineerLyudmyla Matviyishyn2nd Category Engineer
EngineerVolodymyra LevytskaEngineer
EngineerRoksolana PankivEngineer
Senior Laboratory AssistantBohdana LevytskaSenior Laboratory Assistant
Laboratory AssistantSvitlana BondarenkoLaboratory Assistant
Laboratory AssistantOksana KravchukLaboratory Assistant
Laboratory AssistantMaryna RudchenkoLaboratory Assistant
Postgraduate StudentRoman DankevychPostgraduate Student
Postgraduate StudentDanylo MaryskevychPostgraduate Student
Postgraduate StudentViktoriya MilashiusPostgraduate Student
Postgraduate StudentVitalii NytkaPostgraduate Student
Postgraduate StudentNazar PavlyukPostgraduate Student
Postgraduate StudentIryna StetskivPostgraduate Student
Postgraduate StudentLiana ZinkoPostgraduate Student

Lecturers' schedule



Research

Scientific research at the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry is carried out within the framework of the Scientific School “Crystal Chemistry with the scientific direction “Crystal Chemistry of Intermetallic Compounds” and concern intermetalides and related compounds: hydrides, oxides and organometallic compounds. In 2019, 49 scientists worked at the Sub-department, including 1 corresponding member of NAS of Ukraine, 4 Doctors and 29 Candidates of Science, 12 postgraduate students; the employees were working at 4 state budget research themes, 1 international contractual theme, 1 theme within the working hours of teachers, 1 research and development work within the framework of Ukrainian-Czech scientific and technological cooperation and 1 international grant. The implementation of the themes was ensured by 22 full-time staff members of the research unit: 6 leading research associates, 6 senior research associates, 5 research associates and 5 junior researchers. In 2019, one research associate of the Sub-department was awarded the title of a Senior Researcher. During the existence of the scientific school, the scientists of the Sub-department made a significant contribution to the development of inorganic chemistry, crystal chemistry and materials science. Doctoral studies and postgraduate studies are successfully functioning at the Sub-department, and students are involved in scientific work. According to Order No. 444 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine of May 02, 2018, the Center for the collective use of scientific equipment “Laboratory of Materials Science of Intermetallic Compounds” is functioning on the basis of the Sub-department. The Sub-department’s contribution in the field of crystal chemistry of intermetallic compounds is 20% of world achievements. In 2019, isothermal sections of state diagrams 1 of four-component system, 39 triple-metal systems, 20 quasi-double systems with the participation of alkaline, alkaline-earth, rare-earth metals, transition d-elements and p-elements of III-VI groups were constructed, crystalline structure of 175 intermetallides and 30 hydrides, oxides, chalcogenides, chalcogenides and complex compounds was determined, a number of new structural types was discovered, and the algorithm for the search for crystal-chemical regularities was described. Catalytic, hydrogen-sorption, electrochemical, electrotransport, thermoelectric and magnetic properties for the synthesized compounds were investigated. Thermometric intermetallic materials – solid solution alloys based on the Ti1-xScxCoSb semi-Heisler phase (0.005 ≤ x ≤ 0.15), a method for synthesis of single crystals of heterometallic p-complexes Cu (I) / Fe (II) and Cu (I) / Zn ( II) on the basis of allyl-containing ligands, as well as methods for titanium-plating of metal alloy parts are protected by Ukrainian patents. In 2019, the personnel of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry were working at four fundamental state-budgeted scientific-and-research themes:

 

KhN-73F “Synthesis and crystal chemistry of new dual-purpose intermetallics”. Research Supervisor: Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences R. Ye. Hladyshevskyi, the Corresponding Member of the NAS of Ukraine, Laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology; State Registration Number: 0118U003609.

XH-55F “Structurally Modified Oxides and Related Metal Compounds – New Quantum Materials”. Research Supervisor: Lev Hryhorovych Akselrud, the Senior Scientist Researcher, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Leading Researcher of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry; State Registration Number: 0117U001234.

KhN -64F “New intermetallides as a basis of energy efficient materials”. Research Supervisor: Ivan Ivanovych Tarasiuk, the Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Scientist Researcher of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry; State Registration Number: 0117U007192.

KhN -88R “Universal measuring complexes for electrochemical, corrosion and electroanalytical investigations”. Research Supervisor: Pavlo Yuriiovych Demchenko, the Senior Scientist Researcher, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Leading Researcher of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry; State Registration Number: 0119U002208.

In 2019, the personnel of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry were working at two scientific grants:

Project NKh – 010316 “Search for new structural types” (March 01, 2016 – December 31, 2019). Scientific Adviser: Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences R. Ye. Hladyshevskyi, the Corresponding Member of the NAS of Ukraine, Laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology. The Funding Source is the Company “Material Phases Data System” (Witznau, Switzerland).

The grant from the International Center for Diffraction Data (ICDD Grant-in-Aid) “X-ray powder diffractograms of new intermetallic compounds” (April 01, 2019 – February 22, 2020). Scientific Adviser: Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences R. Ye. Hladyshevskyi, the Corresponding Member of the NAS of Ukraine, Laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology. The Funding Source is the International Center for Diffraction Data, ICDD (USA).

The personnel of the Sub-department organized and held fourteen conferences on crystal chemistry of intermetallic compounds (five All-Union conferences in 1971, 1974, 1978, 1983, 1989 with the invitation of foreign scientists and eight international conferences in 1995, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019). The last conference, held in September 2019, was attended by 140 crystal chemistry specialists from renowned scientific centers in 20 countries: Austria, Israel, Italy, Canada, China, Germany, Norway, Poland, Tunisia, Romania, Slovak Republic, USA, Tajikistan, France, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Japan and Ukraine. Leading scientists in the area of crystal chemistry delivered 14 plenary lectures. 19 oral and 104 poster reports were also made, covering the following scientific sections: state diagrams, crystalline structures, physical properties, crystal-chemical features of compounds and databases. Oral and poster reports were evaluated by the jury and two and four best reports were selected, respectively. The presenting authors were awarded certificates and gifts. The conference materials will be published in the Book of Abstracts; also, they will be published in the journal “Chemistry of Metals and Alloys”.

Equipment

The scientific equipment of the Sub-department of Inorganic Chemistry are education laboratories well-equipped with instruments and materials, various X-ray machines (including polycrystalline and single crystal automatic diffractometers), an electric arc melting furnace, muffle furnaces, units for thermal analysis, metal microscopes, and instruments for measuring electric and magnetic properties.

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