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Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
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Kulyk Тetyana Volodymyrivna

 

Kulyk Тetyana Volodymyrivna

PhD in Chemistry, Senior Researcher

Head of the Laboratory of the Kinetics and Mechanisms of Chemical Transformations on Solid Surfaces

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T.V. Kulyk works at the Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine since 1988.

 

Scientific interests

Pyrolysis. Physical chemistry: kinetics, reactions/mechanisms, catalysis. Mass-spectrometry. Use of TPD-MS and linear free energy relationships for assessing the reactivity of organic molecules, biomolecules and biopolymers on nanooxides/catalysts surface. Adsorption, kinetics and mechanisms of thermal decomposition organic molecules, biomolecules and biopolymers on the surface of nanoscale materials. Synthesis of hybrid nanocomposites based on polysaccharides and nanooxides.

 

Background

1984 - graduated from the Organic Chemistry Department of Taras Schevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

2000 - PhD in Chemistry, specialty “physics and chemistry of surface” (candidate dissertation «Mass spectrometry of carbohydrate fragments - terminal groups of receptors molecules in condensed state and in adsorbed state on the surface of ultrafine silica»)

2007 - Senior Researcher, specialty “physics and chemistry of surface”.

 

Scientific work

Co-author of 60 scientific papers, supervisor of 3 PhD theses.

 

Selected publications

1. T.V. Kulik, L.R. Azizova, B.B. Palyanytsya, A.E. Zemlyakov, V.N. Tsikalova. Mass spectrometric investigation of synthetic glycoside of muramyl dipeptide immobilized on fumed silica surface // Mat. Sci. Eng. B. -2010. - V. 169. - P.114–118.

2. T.V. Borodavka, T.V. Kulik, B.B. Palyanytsya. Application of Temperature Programmed Desorption Mass Spectrometry for the Determination of the Deacetylation Degree of Chitosan // J. Anal. Chem. - 2010. - V. 65, N 13. - P.1377-1381.

3. K.S. Kulyk, V.V. Ishchenko, B.B. Palyanytsya, V.P. Khylya, M.V. Borysenko, T.V. Kulyk. A TPD-MS study of the interaction of coumarins and their heterocyclic derivatives with a surface of fumed silica and nanosized oxides CeO2/SiO2, TiO2/SiO2, Al2O3/SiO2” // J. Mass. Spectrom. - 2010. - V. 45. - P.750-761.

4. T.V. Kulik, V.N. Barvinchenko, B.B. Palyanytsya, N.A. Lipkovska, O.O. Dudik. Thermal transformations of biologically active derivatives of cinnamic acid by TPD MS investigation // J. Anal. Appl. Pyrolysis. – 2011. – V. 90. – P.219-223.

5. T.V. Kulik. Use of TPD-MS and Linear Free Energy Relationships for Assessing the Reactivity of Aliphatic Carboxylic Acids on a Silica Surface // J. Phys. Chem. C. - 2012. - V. 116.-P.570–580.

6. L.R. Azizova, T.V. Kulik, B.B. Palyanytsya, A.E. Zemlyakov, V.N. Tsikalova, V.Ya. Chirva, Investigation of chemical transformations of thiophenylglycoside of muramyl dipeptide on the fumed silica surface using TPD-MS, FTIR spectroscopy and ES IT MS // Nanoscale Research Letters.- 2014. - V. 9, N1. - P. 234-243.

7. T.V. Podust, T.V. Kulik, B.B. Palyanytsya, V.M. Gun'ko, A. Toth, L. Mikhalovska, S. Mikhalovsky, A. Menyhard, K. Laszlo. Chitosan-nanosilicas hybrid materials: preparation and properties // Appl. Surf. Sci. - 2014. - V. - 320. - P. 563–569.

 

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