Georgii Sokolsky

Professor, Doctor of Chemistry

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Biography: Georgii Sokolsky currently is a professor of physical chemistry department of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (since 2018). He is a lecturer of disciplines: “Physical Chemistry”, “Scientific work on the topic of Master’s dissertation” for “Chemical Technology and Engineering” specialty students. His recent activities include research internship and lectures at the University of Cordoba (Spain, Erasmus+ programme, June 15-25, 2019); research internship, lectures at the University of Palermo (Italy, Erasmus+ programme, November 11-25, 2019) and participation in the EWCC 2019 conference 13-15.11.2019.

Research interests: Generally, research interests are related closely to the relationship between synthesis conditions — composition — structure — functional property in oxide (photo-, electro-) catalysts and other materials, including dispersed systems for cosmetics and food additives.

The main directions of researches are the following:

  • electrolytic doping as a tool for the functionality of manganese (IV) oxide materials in the electrode processes of reduction and release of oxygen;
  • physicochemical properties, photoelectrocatalysis of TiO2 and its composites with materials of doped tunnel structures of the Mn (IV) -O system for degradation of ecotoxicants;
  • design of composite nanomaterials based on halloysite nanotubes and doped tunnel structures of the Mn (IV) -O system;
  • relationship of structural disorder with the functional properties of oxide materials of transition metals, electrochemistry of electrode materials intended for chemical power sources, fuel cells;
  • stabilization of Pickering emulsions (effect of 50% of hydrophobic silica, Janus nanoparticles); “Anti-aging” components of cosmetics based on coordination compounds of transition metals with amino acid ligands and cross-linking effects in collagen; functionality of nanosized titanium (IV) oxide in cosmetics (as a UV filter) and food and etc.

            He has experience of work in the National Academy of Science, and several universities of Ukraine. He is also the Candidate of Science(1999) in electrochemistry, Doctor of Science(2013) in physical chemistry. Georgii’s total number of research and methodical publications is 140, including 3 textbooks and 19 methodical works, 50 papers in professional journals, 9 patents of Ukraine. The main research and teaching activities as an associate professor were in National Aviation University, Kyiv (200-2015). Later he was also the head of the Department of Physical and Colloidal Chemistry of the National University of Food Technologies (2014-2018).

Contacts: National Technical University of Ukraine Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute
Faculty of Chemical Technology
Peremogy Avenue, 37, bldg. 4,
Kyiv 03056.
Room 263

Selected Publications:

  1. Sokolsky G. V. et al. Effects of electrolyte doping on electrodeposited nanostructured manganese oxide and chromium oxide //Surface and Coatings Technology. – 2020. – P. 126211.
  2. Sokolsky, G. V. Photoelectrocatalytic degradation of amino-azodyes by titanium dioxide with surface states of Ti3+/ Georgii V. Sokolsky, Мaksym N. Zahornyi, Тatyana F. Lobunets, Nadiya І. Tyschenko, Alexander. V. Shyrokov, Аndrey V. Ragulya, Serhii V. Іvanov, Nadezhda V. Gayuk, Vladimir Е. Sokol’skii, Luiza V. Zudina // Journal of Chemistry and Technologies. — 2019. — 27, n. 2. — Р. 130 139.
  3. Sokolsky, G.V. Toward TiO2 — MnO2 nanocomposite photoelectrodes for organic dye degradation / G.V. Sokolsky, N.V. Gayuk, M.N. Zahornyi, E.I. Boldyrev, L.V. Zudina, T.A. Kamenskaya, A.I. Melnik // inPromising Materials and Processes in Applied Electrochemistry – 2019 : Monograph, ed.-in-chief V. Z. Barsukov. Kyiv: KNUTD, 2019 – 48—58.
  4. O. Chygyrynets, G. Sokolsky, V. Vorobyova, N. Gauk, M. Zahornyi, M. Kompanets, O. Korniakova. Green polymer packaging coating on metals with volatile inhibitors and improved degradation rate // EastWest Chemistry Conference (EWCC2019, 13-15 November). Abstract book. — 2019 — S-010. — P. 29-30.
  5. Sokolsky, G. FTIR Study of Non-Enzymatic Collagen Cross-Links Formation Induced by Aminoacid Copper Coordination Compound / G. Sokolsky, V. Andreev, T. Tomila, M. Kompanets, O. Chygyrynets, M. Trubchaninova. // EastWest Chemistry Conference (EWCC2019, 13-15 November). Abstract book. — 2019. — P-19. — P.81-83.
  6. Sokolsky, G.V. Instruments of electrolytic doping for multifunctional manganese(IV) oxide nanodispersed materials / G.V. Sokolsky, L.V. Zudina, N.V. Gauk // Нанорозмірні системи: Будова, Властивості, Технології (НАНСИС-2019). — Тези VI Наук. Конф. (Київ, 4-6 грудня 2019 р.) — С. 46.
  7. G. Sokolsky, V. Andreev, M. Kompanets, O. Kichata. Active Cu, Zn-L-Lysine Coordination Compounds Additive for Anti-Ageing Cream // RSC Twitter Poster Conference (4 — 6 March, 2019).
  8. Sokolsky, G., Zudina, L., Boldyrev, E., Miroshnikov, O., Gauk, N., Кiporenko, O. ORR Electrocatalysis by Cr3+, Fe2+, Co2+–Doped Manganese (IV) Oxides // Acta Physica Polonica, A. — 2018. —133. DOI: 10.12693/APhysPolA.133.1097
  9. Kashyrina, Y. Obtaining and stabilization properties of nanosized silica(IV) oxide hydrophobized by 50% (in Ukrainian)/ Y. Kashyrina, A. Muratov, O. Miroshnikov, A. Marinin, G. Sokolsky// Scientific Works of NUFT. — 2018. — Volume 24, Issue 3. — P. 247—255. DOI: 10.24263/2225-2924-2018-24-3-29
  10. Білоус, А. Г. Літієвий акумулятор на основі твердого електроліту титанату лантану-літію. / Білоус А. Г., Колбасов Г. Я., Болдирєв Є. І., Коваленко Л. Л.; Кобилянська С. Д., Cокольський Г.В. МПК (2006): H01M 6/00, H01M 6/06 (2006.01),H01M 6/50 (2006.01), H01M /52 (2006.01) Патент на корисну модель №124081. Інститут загальної та неорганічної хімії ім. В.І. Вернадського Національної Академії Наук України, опубліковано 26.03.2018, бюл. № 6/2018.
  11. Kashyrina, Ya. Mathematical modeling of Pickering emulsions stabilization process by solid nanoparticles / Ya. Kashyrina. A. Muratov, G. Sokolsky, O. Miroshnikov // Ukrainian Journal of Food Science. —2017. — 6, №3. —Р. 524-533. DOI: 10.24263/2304-974X-2017-6-3-12
  12. Sokolsky, G.V. Manganese(II) ions voltammetry in fluoride electrolyte. Effect of sodium ions (in Ukrainian) / Sokolsky, G.V., Ivanov, S.V., Velichenko, A.B., Ivanova, N.D., Boldyrev, E.I. // Voprosy Khimii i Khimicheskoi Tekhnologii— 2015. — V 1 (99) — P. 33-37.
  13. Сокольський, Г.В. До проблеми симетрійних принципів фазових переходів при анодній електрокристалізаціі структур оксидних сполук чотиривалентного манґану / Г.В. Сокольський, С. В. Іванов, Є. І. Болдирєв, Н. Д. Іванова Сучасні проблеми електрохімії: освіта, наука, виробництво : збірник наукових праць. – Харків: НТУ «ХПІ», 2015. – 269-270 с.
  14. Sokolsky, G. / Rechargable xLi2MnO3 (1 – x) Li4/3Mn5/3O4 electrode nanocomposite material as a modification product of chemical manganese dioxide by lithium additives / Georgii V Sokolsky, Sergiy V Ivanov, Eudgene I Boldyrev, Natalya D Ivanova, Oksana  Ya Kiporenko // Materials Research Bulletin. – 2015 – 72 – Р.133-142.
  1. Sokolsky, G. Li+-Doping Induced Changes Phase Composition in Electrodeposited Manganese (IV) Oxide Materials / Sokolsky, G., Ivanov S.,  Boldyrev E. I, Natalya D Ivanova, Tatyana F Lobunets // Solid State Phenomena. – 2015 — 230. – P. 85-92
  2. Toward Stimulated by Defects Functionality in Manganese(IV) Oxide Materials // 2014 IEEE International Conference on Oxide Materials for Electronic Engineering (OMEE-2014, Lviv, 2014, 19-24 June, Ukraine).
  3. Boldyrev E. I. Thin-film cathode material based on oxide compounds of chromium for recharge able and primary batteries / E. I. Boldyrev, G. V. Sokolsky, N. D. Ivanova, S. V. Ivanov, O.  A. Stadnik // J. Solid State Electrochemistry — Berlin: Springer. —  2013. — 17 (8) — P. 2213-2221.
  4. Sokol’skii, G.V., Ivanova, S.V., Ivanova, N.D. et al. Doped manganese (IV) oxide in processes of destruction and removal of organic compounds from aqueous solutions. J. Water Chem. Technol. 34, 227–233 (2012).
  5. Sokolsky, G.V. Cobalt Additives Influence on Phase Composition and Defect Structure of Manganese Dioxide Prepared from Fluorine Containing Electrolytes / Sokolsky GV, Ivanov SV, Ivanova ND, Boldurev YI, Kobulinskaya OV, Demchenko MV // Acta Physica Polonica A. 2010;117(1):86-90. DOI: 10.12693/APhysPolA.117.86
  6. G. Sokolsky, N. Ivanova, S. Ivanov, T. Tomila, Ye. Boldyrev. Phase Composition and Crystallinity Degree of Nanostructured Products of anode oxidation of manganese(II) ions doped by ions of lithium and cobalt(II) // Science of Sintering. — 2007. —  39 (3), 273-279 DOI: 10.2298/SOS0703273S
  7. Investigation of cathodic materials based on different types of MnO2/Carbon New Carbon Based Materials for Electrochemical Energy Stor age Systems: Batteries, Supercapacitors and Fuel Cells/ eds. I.V. Barsukov et al. — Netherlands: Spinger, 2006. — P. 481-486.
  8. Sokol’skii, G.V. Effects of electrochemical doping of manganese dioxide with copper and lithium on the physicochemical properties/ Sokol’skii G.V., Ivanov S.V., Ivanova N.D., Boldirev E.I. // Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics. 45, No 3-4 (2006) 158-162.
  9. Kakazey M, Ivanova N, Boldurev Y, Ivanov S, Sokolsky G, Gonzalez-Rodriguez JG, Vlasova M. Electron paramagnetic resonance in MnO2 powders and comparative estimation of electric characteristics of power sources based on them in the MnO2–Zn system. Journal of Power Sources. 2003 Feb 25; 114(1):170-5.
  10. Ivanova, N.D., Ivanov, S.V., Boldyrev, E.I. et al. Thin-Film Cathode Materials Based on Chromium Oxides. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry 76, 1067–1069 (2003).
  11. Ivanova, N.D., Boldyrev, E.I., Ivanov, S.V. et al. Comparative Characteristics of Chemical Power Cells Based on MnO2-Zn Systems with Various Manganese Dioxide Samples. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry 75, 935–938 (2002).
  12. Ivanova, N.D., Ivanov, S.V., Boldyrev, E.I. et al. High-Performance Manganese Oxide Catalysts for CO Oxidation. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry 75, 1420–1423 (2002).
  13. Kakazey M, Ivanova N, Sokolsky G, Gonzalez-Rodriguez JG. Electron paramagnetic resonance of MnO2 powders. Electrochemical and Solid State Letters. 2001;4(5):J1-4.