Research

  • Development of advanced peroxide-based systems and novel technologies for concentration, storage and transport of hydrogen peroxide and peroxocompounds.
  • Stabilization of hydrogen peroxide and peroxide-containing compounds in solid and liquid systems.
  • Peroxo complexes of the p-block elements: synthesis, structure and properties.
  • Peroxide-containing gels and crystalline solids: synthesis, structure and properties.
  • Peroxide-containing nanomaterials.
  • Preparation of nanomaterials, including oxide- and sulfide-based composite materials, from peroxide-containing precursors.​
  • Peroxosolvates: Synthesis and structure, the study of H2O2 hydrogen bonding and isomorphism with the corresponding hydrates.
  • Preparation of concentrated (>90 wt%) and anhydrous hydrogen peroxide.

Members

Head of Laboratory
PhD, DSc
prikhman@gmail.com
skype: prikhman

PhD, in 2005-2015 the Head of the Peroxide Compounds and Related Materials Division

Tatyana A. Tripol’skaya

PhD, senior researcher

Elena A. Mel’nik

PhD, senior researcher

Alexander G. Medvedev

PhD, senior researcher

Alexey A. Mikhaylov

Researcher

Irina V. Shabalova

Researcher

Dmitri A. Grishanov

MSc, PhD student

pavel a. egorov

Student, Higher School of Economics — National Research University

Ivan A. Buldashov

Student, D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Higher Chemical College RAS

Timur M. fazlieV

Student, Moscow State University

Student, D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Higher Chemical College RAS

Yuriy A. Khoroshilov

Collaboration

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

School of Materials Science and Engineering,
Professor Madhavi Srinivasan, Dr. Arun Nagasubramanian

Deakin University, Australia

The Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM),
Dr. Alexey M. Glushenkov

Durham University, England, UK

Professor Judith A. K. Howard

Aarhus University, Denmark

Department of Chemistry,
Professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen

The Chuvash State University

Faculty of chemistry and pharmaceutics, Department of environmental protection and natural resources, Department of general, inorganic and analytical chemistry.

Collaboration

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

School of Materials Science and Engineering,
Professor Madhavi Srinivasan,
Dr. Arun Nagasubramanian
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Deakin University, Australia

The Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM),
Dr. Alexey M. Glushenkov

Durham University, England, UK

Professor Judith A. K. Howard

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Aarhus University, Denmark

Department of Chemistry,
Professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen
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The Chuvash State University

Faculty of chemistry and pharmaceutics, Department of environmental protection and natural resources, Department of general, inorganic and analytical chemistry.

Useful links

Physical and chemical properties of hydrogen peroxide, analytical methods, storage and handling guidelines.

The Essential Chemical Industry Online

Applications and industrial data.

Contact

IGIC RAS
31 Leninsky prospect,
Moscow 119991, Russia
prikhman@gmail.com
skype: prikhman

Our page on IGIC RAS website.