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Figovsky O.,International Nanotechnology Research Center Polymate | Gotlib E.,Kazan State Technical University | Pashin D.,Kazan State Technical University | Makeev A.,Kazan State Technical University
Chemistry and Chemical Technology | Year: 2012

A new super deep penetration (SDP) method of polymer nanomembranes production was developed. Its advantages as compared to nuclear methods were discussed. They are connected with simplicity and low price of SDP application. SDP method implies the use of explosion for track membranes forming. As a result, a plurality of holes are formed in polymer matrixes. Removal of the residual particles of water-soluble salt is done by washing the pierced membrane with water. © Figovsky O., Gotlib E., Pashin D., Makeev A., 2012. Source


Figovsky O.,International Nanotechnology Research Center Polymate | Pashin D.,Kazan State Technical University | Nasyrov I.,Kazan State Technical University | Khalitov Z.,Kazan State Technical University | Valeeva D.,Kazan State Technical University
Chemistry and Chemical Technology | Year: 2012

The quantitative theory of diffraction by azimuthally ordered circular nanotubes of any chemical composition is offered. The pseudoorthogonality effect, earlier found out experimentally, is considered. The obtained results are compared with X-ray diffraction patterns of oriented preparations of chrysotile nanotubes. © Figovsky O., Pashin D., Nasyrov I., Khalitov Z., Valeeva D., 2012. Source


Figovsky O.,International Nanotechnology Research Center Polymate | Pashin D.,Kazan State Technical University | Khalitov Z.,Kazan State Technical University | Semenov E.,Kazan State Technical University
Chemistry and Chemical Technology | Year: 2012

Spectral dependences and distributions of diffraction intensity of short-wave radiation (X-ray, particles of corresponding energies) by non-chiral, chiral, spiral and radial lattices in the internal hole of nanotube are calculated. The significant increase of intensity, diffracted by some kinds of nanotubes at characteristic lengths of waves, is shown. Differences and abnormal character of radiation propagation through the hole are determined. © Figovsky O., Pashin D., Nasyrov I., Khalitov Z., Semenov E., 2012. Source


Figovsky O.,International Nanotechnology Research Center Polymate | Pashin D.,Kazan State Technological University | Khalitov Z.,Kazan State Technological University | Valeeva D.,Kazan State Technological University | Chkanov A.,Kazan State Technological University
Chemistry and Chemical Technology | Year: 2013

The cylindrical superlattices are realized on a basis of mixed-layer nanotubes SnS/SnS2. The superperiod is formed due to the longitudinal goffering of nanotubes structure as a result of lattices disproportion of cylindrical layers SnS and SnS2. The simple model of structure is proposed, specific diffraction effects are analyzed. © Figovsky O., Pashin D., Khalitov Z., Valeeva D., Chkanov A., 2013. Source


Figovsky O.,International Nanotechnology Research Center Polymate | Pashin D.,International Nanotechnology Research Center Polymate | Pashin D.,Kazan State Technical University | Khalitov Z.,Kazan State Technical University | Valeeva D.,Kazan State Technical University
Chemistry and Chemical Technology | Year: 2012

The quantitative theory of diffraction by separate chiral nanotubes of arbitrary chemical composition is offered. The pseudoorthogonality effect and dependence of diffraction on the azimuthal ordering are considered. The calculated diffraction patterns for the case of electron microdiffraction by separate chrysotile nanotubes are adduced. © Figovsky O., Pashin D., Khalitov Z., Valeeva D., 2012. Source

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