New Special Issue in Applied Sciences. Guest Editor: Dr Liliya Dunyushkina

Solid oxide-based electrochemical devices, such as fuel cells, electrolyzers, supercapacitors, batteries, pumps, sensors, and so on, are becoming increasingly important in efforts to solve green energy, environmental, and healthcare issues. Solid oxide fuel cells are promising devices for clean energy production by conversion of the chemical energy of a fuel into electricity. Solid oxide-based electrolysis …

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Electrochemical Energy Materials – Special Issue of Materials

Dear Colleagues, Currently, the chemistry and electrochemistry of molten salts and solid oxide materials are of paramount importance due to their possible application for various purposes, including hydrogen and atomic energy. Revealing deep relationships between composition, structure and functional properties of high-temperature materials by means of theoretical and experimental approaches allows the determination of key …

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Vivat to the grant holder!

Artem Tarutin, the junior researcher of the Laboratory of Cross-Cutting Technologies in Distributed Power Generation (InEnergy)   of the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry of the UB RAS,  became a grant-holder of the Government and the President of the Russian Federation. The  mainstream of his research is the development and study of high-performance electrode materials for …

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The Breakthrough electrochemistry

 The latest technology for reprocessing  the spent nuclear fuel is created in Urals In Seversk, Tomsk Region, at the  Siberian Chemical Combine, a significant event took place: within the framework of Breakthrough, the large-scale Rosatom project , the construction of a pilot demonstration power complex (ODEC) with a unique fast neutron reactor BRESTOD-300 was launched. …

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Our researchers in Applied Science journal

Dear Colleagues! Andrei Suzdaltsev (suzdaltsev_av@ihte.uran.ru),Head of the  Radiochemistry lab, PhD in chemistry,  and Oksana Rakhmanova (oksana_rahmanova@ihte.uran.ru), researcher of the Electrolysis Processes Lab, PhD in physics and math,  became editors of the special issue of the Applied Sciences journal  (Impact Factor 2.474). This journal is published on the online open access platform MDPI. The topic of the special issue …

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Our Guest Editors at Applied Sciences Special Issue

Dear Colleagues, Dr. Andrey Suzdaltsev  PhD (Chemistry), head of teh Laboratory of Radiochemistry and Dr. Oksana Rakhmanova, PhD (Physcis and Meth) invite to publish your valuuable reasearch in the Special Issue of Applied Sciences entitled “Metal-Based Composite Materials: Preparation, Structure, Properties, and Applications” Metal_Based_Materials (2) This Special Issue is focused on analyzing modern trends and recent advances in the synthesis …

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Happy holiday

 The employees of the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry cheerfully celebrated their professional holiday – the Day of the Chemist. This year’s celebrations took place a little earlier, on May 22, on the shore of the Shartash lake. According to the established tradition, the holiday was organized by the Council of Young Scientists and the …

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Celebrating the Victory Day

 The Day of Victory in the Great Patriotic War is the holiday, which is widely celebrated by all Russians, and the existence of this day was paid by everyone. Our Institute also contributed to the expedition of the Victory.        During the Second World War many workers of the Institute took part in …

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The youth trend

On the 16th April, Dmitry Chernyshenko, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation , Valery Falkov, Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Yakushev, Plenipotentiary Representative of the President in the Ural Federal District  and Evgeniy Kuyvashev, Governor of the Sverdlovsk Region  visited the youth laboratories of the Institute of High …

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The winners of the young scientists competition

On  the 7th April, a traditional competition for young scientists was held at the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Fourteen researchers from different laboratories of the institute presented their achievements online via videoconference meeting.  Young scientists conduct research in various prospects: anodes for lithium-ion batteries, …

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