In 2014 a new Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry was established by merging the former departments of Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and General Chemistry.
World-class scientific research, training of highly qualified Bachelor, Master’s and Doctoral students who are marketable at national and international levels and able to apply their acquired knowledge to scientific and practical activities.
The department employs highly qualified lecturers who perform intense scientific activities and participate in study and scientific projects.
The department trains Bachelor students in a Chemical Technology and Engineering programme and Master’s students in Chemical Engineering and Chemical programmes. It also actively participates in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry Doctoral programmes.
The Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry consists of divisions of General Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical and Inorganic Chemistry. There are three scientific groups working in these divisions which are formed according to the work fields and topics.
Division of General Chemistry: The main field of work in this division is the electrolytic deposition of manganese and its alloys and research of received coatings, aiming to use them as anode protection steel coatings and as solder for diffusion welding of various kinds of metals and their alloys.
Scientific research at the Division of General Chemistry is carried out by the technical issues in electrochemistry scientific group. The main areas of scientific research of this group include electrolytic deposition of manganese, its alloys, their corrosion resistance and research into CuxS layers on plastics.
The organic synthesis and technologies scientific group works in cooperation with other departments. The main areas of scientific research of this group includes the synthesis of n-substituted amino acids and their derivatives and the cyclisation of received compounds, the synthesis of alkyl quinoline derivatives and the characteristics of received compounds and the creation and complex research of eco-friendly, effective technologies for leather processing.
The Division of Physical Chemistry carries out research related to KTU’s priority field New High Tech Materials. Two sub-topics can be distinguished, which includes research into special multi-component systems and their application:
The physical chemical characteristics of oxide systems of transition metals and their use aims to create new absorbents, catalysts and coatings, determining their physical chemical characteristics and use.
The production, characteristics and use of compound fertilisers. Research is carried out into expanding the assortment of fertilisers, containing natural unconventional easily accessible raw materials (dolomite, zeolite and ash) or other production waste.
Division of Inorganic Chemistry: The field of scientific work this division carries out is related to the synthesis of new chalcogenide compounds and the production of chalcogenide coatings and research into their characteristics. The main field of work of the scientific group is related to the main taught subjects including inorganic chemistry and chemical analysis, the forming of the elements of new compounds of V, VI, VIIA group elements, non-metals, their chemical and physical-chemical characteristics, composition and structure, adaptation of these elements and their compounds of low degree oxidation if forming of semiconductors and layers of binary compounds of electrically conductive thin d-metal-non-metal (sulphides, selenides, tellurides), composite materials distinguished by new characteristics and the forming of the surface of dielectrics, which are relevant for nanoscience and technology.
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