M.T. Kartel
M.T. Kartel
академік НАН України, професор, доктор хімічних наук
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Mechanism of reductive oxygen adsorption on active carbons with various surface chemistry
VV Strelko, NT Kartel, IN Dukhno, VS Kuts, RB Clarkson, BM Odintsov
Surface science 548 (1-3), 281-290, 2004
Evaluation of pectin binding of heavy metal ions in aqueous solutions
MT Kartel, LA Kupchik, BK Veisov
Chemosphere 38 (11), 2591-2596, 1999
A new test method for the evaluation of total antioxidant activity of herbal products
OA Zaporozhets, OA Krushynska, NA Lipkovska, VN Barvinchenko
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52 (1), 21-25, 2004
Adsorption of anionic and cationic dyes by activated carbons, PVA hydrogels, and PVA/AC composite
SR Sandeman, VM Gun’ko, OM Bakalinska, CA Howell, Y Zheng, ...
Journal of colloid and interface science 358 (2), 582-592, 2011
Nanomaterials and supramolecular structures
AP Shpak, PP Gorbyk
Physics chemistry and applications.(Springer, 2009), 2010
Characterization of synthetic carbons activated with phosphoric acid
AM Puziy, OI Poddubnaya, A Martı́nez-Alonso, F Suárez-Garcı́a, ...
Applied surface science 200 (1-4), 196-202, 2002
Preparation of porous carbons by chemical activation of polyethyleneterephthalate
MT Kartel, NV Sych, MM Tsyba, VV Strelko
Carbon 44 (5), 1019-1022, 2006
Water interactions with hydrophobic versus hydrophilic nanosilica
VM Gun’ko, VV Turov, EM Pakhlov, TV Krupska, MV Borysenko, MT Kartel, ...
Langmuir 34 (40), 12145-12153, 2018
Catalytic performance of carbon nanotubes in H2O2 decomposition: Experimental and quantum chemical study
K Voitko, A Tóth, E Demianenko, G Dobos, B Berke, O Bakalinska, ...
Journal of colloid and interface science 437, 283-290, 2015
Walnut shells as a potential low-cost lignocellulosic sorbent for dyes and metal ions
V Halysh, O Sevastyanova, AV Riazanova, B Pasalskiy, T Budnyak, ...
Cellulose 25, 4729-4742, 2018
Sugarcane bagasse and straw as low-cost lignocellulosic sorbents for the removal of dyes and metal ions from water
V Halysh, O Sevastyanova, S Pikus, G Dobele, B Pasalskiy, VM Gun’ko, ...
Cellulose 27, 8181-8197, 2020
Influence of hydrophobic nanosilica and hydrophobic medium on water bound in hydrophilic components of complex systems
VV Turov, VM Gun’ko, EM Pakhlov, TV Krupska, MD Tsapko, B Charmas, ...
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 552, 39-47, 2018
Morphological and chemical features of nano and macroscale carbons affecting hydrogen peroxide decomposition in aqueous media
KV Voitko, RLD Whitby, VM Gun’ko, OM Bakalinska, MT Kartel, K Laszlo, ...
Journal of colloid and interface science 361 (1), 129-136, 2011
New composite sorbents for caesium and strontium ions sorption
M Kartel, V Galysh
Chemistry Journal of Moldova, 37-44, 2017
Blends of amorphous/crystalline nanoalumina and hydrophobic amorphous nanosilica
VM Gun'ko, VV Turov, EM Pakhlov, AK Matkovsky, TV Krupska, MT Kartel, ...
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 500, 351-358, 2018
Combined and hybrid adsorbents: fundamentals and applications
JM Loureiro, MT Kartel
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
Influence of the “wetting–drying” compaction on the adsorptive characteristics of nanosilica A-300
TV Krupskaya, VV Turov, VM Barvinchenko, KO Filatova, LA Suvorova, ...
Adsorption Science & Technology 36 (1-2), 300-310, 2018
Kinetics of Valeric Acid Ketonization and Ketenization in Catalytic Pyrolysis on Nanosized SiO2, γ‐Al2O3, CeO2/SiO2, Al2O3/SiO2 and TiO2/SiO2
K Kulyk, B Palianytsia, JD Alexander, L Azizova, M Borysenko, M Kartel, ...
ChemPhysChem 18 (14), 1943-1955, 2017
Effect of combined activation on the preparation of high porous active carbons from granulated post-consumer polyethyleneterephthalate
NV Sych, NT Kartel, NN Tsyba, VV Strelko
Applied surface science 252 (23), 8062-8066, 2006
Chemical modification of pectin to improve its sorption properties
LA Kupchik, NT Kartel’, ES Bogdanov, OV Bogdanova, MP Kupchik
Russian journal of applied chemistry 79, 457-460, 2006
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