Alexander Logunov

Birth day: 21.07.1983

Post: IRCIMA Senior researcher

Academic degree: PhD in Chemistry

Telephone: +7(831)462-33-14,   +7-920-298-01-33

E-mail: logunov@phys.unn.ru

 

 

Thesis: Neodymium and dysprosium diiodide hydrides in the synthesis of lanthanide-organic compounds.

Research interests: photochemistry of organic compounds and transition metal complexes, rare-earth element chemistry, polymeric materials with metal and semiconductor nanoparticles.

Primary publications:

  • S.V. Zelentsov, A.A. Logunov. A Study on the Photochemical Transformations of p- and m-Nitrosonitrobenzenes // High Energy Chemistry. 2005. Vol. 39. №4. P. 244–249.
  • M.N. Bochkarev, A.A. Logunov, M.E. Burin. Synthesis and some properties of neodymium(III) and dysprosium(III) iodide hydrides LnI2H. // Russian Chemical Bulletin. 2007. Vol. 56. №10. P. 1953–1955.
  • A.A. Logunov, M.E. Burin, M.N. Bochkarev. Lanthanide complexes with N, P – containing ligands. Synthesis, structure and properties. // International conference on Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry, Nizhny Novgorod, September 2-8, 2008. P.P66.
  • M.A. Katkova, M.E. Burin, A.A. Logunov, V.A. Ilichev, G.K. Fukin, M.N. Bochkarev. Lanthanide imidodiphosphinate complexes. Synthesis, structure and electroluminescent properties // Synthetic Metals V.159. 2009. P.1398-1402.
  • M.E. Burin, A.A. Logunov, G.K. Fukin, M.N. Bochkarev. Metathesis reactions of neodymium and dysprosium diiodide-hydrides with organopotassium compounds: structure of [K(THF)2][(η5-C5H5)3Nd(μ-H)Nd(η5-C5H5)3] and [K(THF)2][Nd3(PhO)10(THF)4]. // Journal of Coordination Chemistry V.62. No.19. 2009. P.3134–3141.

Biography:

In 2006 Alexander Logunov graduated from Chemical Faculty of Lobachevsky University. He defended his master's thesis on "Photochemical reactions of aromatic nitroso compounds" (scientific adviser - Dr.Sc. prof. S.V. Zelentsov).  In the same year Alexander Logunov entered postgraduate study in G.A. Razuvaev Institute of Organometallic Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences. In 2010 he defended his thesis for the degree of chemical sciences candidate in specialty "Chemistry of organoelement compounds"

A Study on the Photochemical Transformations of p- and m-Nitrosonitrobenzenes