Учреждение БГУ "Научно-исследовательский институт физико-химических проблем" (НИИ ФХП БГУ)

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Научно-исследовательский институт физико-химических проблем Белорусского государственного университета (НИИ ФХП БГУ)
Научно-исследовательский институт физико-химических проблем Белорусского государственного университета (НИИ ФХП БГУ)

Laboratory of cellulose solutions and products of their treatment

Лаборатория растворов целлюлозы
и продуктов их переработки

The laboratory was established in 1988, The Head of the laboratory is D. Grynshpan, D.Sc., Professor, Honored Worker of BSU.

Directions of the research activity:

• establishment of scientific bases of processes of reception and processing of cellulose solutions and other polymers in fibers, films, membranes, composites;
• development of new approaches for the production  of the quickly  disintegrated solid and soft dosage form on the basis of activated carbon and water soluble polymers;
• development of new methods for polluted waters treatment: removal of the surface active substances  and oil spill response, production composite biofuel on the basis of hydrolytic lignin and oil and oil containing waste.

Main achievements:

• mechanisms for the direct dissolution of cellulose in mono- and bicomponent system of different chemical nature have been established;
• new criteria for the evaluation of dissolving capacity of aqueous and non-aqueous systems according to natural polymer have been proposed;
• common concept for the solvation mechanism of cellulose dissolution in the solvents of different  chemical nature has been formulated;
• new methods for the cellulose dissolution and stabilization of the solution of two incompatible polymers have been developed;
• new method for cellulose esters synthesis in the solution has been worked out, this method allows to synthesize low substituted cellulose derivatives with the uniform distribution of the substituents and complete solubility in aqueous and aqueous-organic media;
• homogeneous synthesis of the mixed esters of cellulose, chitosan and chitin with liquid crystalline structures in the super concentrated solutions has been developed.


• environmentally safe, closed, non-carbon-disulfide technology for producing hydrate cellulose and structurally mixed with chitosan self-extinguishing fibers and filaments, (gold medal on the International Exhibition-congress «Hi-Tech. Investments. Innovations», St. Petersburg-2012);
• technology for production of fibers, films, membranes and membrane-filtration of tissue from kinetically stable cellulose mixtures with other high-molecular compounds;
• medications on the basis of  activated carbon and a water-soluble cellulose derivative («Grand Prix» at the international exhibition in Moscow, 2006 y.):
- pills «Ultrasorb» for complex treatment of acute urticaria, atopic dermatitis, angioedema and others,
- hydrophilic ointment «Prednisolone Gel 0.5%» designed for complex treatment of inflammatory and allergic skin diseases;
• water-soluble derivatives of cellulose, chitin and chitosan for production fast-disintegrating drugs of a new generation;

• the purification technology of surface, ground and waste water using solid composite reagents:
- mobile autonomous water treatment facility (gold medal on the International Exhibition-congress «Hi-Tech. Investments. Innovations», St. Petersburg-2007);
- regenerable filter-elements and compact filter devices on their basis;
- portable cleaning kits for over contaminated surface and underground water;
- fast-dispersible carbon sorbent and carbon coagulant for wastewater treatment;
• sorbent «Lignosorb» for removal of oil and oil spill response and composite fuel based on it.



2016 г.

1. Huo P., SavitskayaT., ReznikovI., HrynshpanD., Tsygankova N.Telysheva, G. Arshanitsa  A.  Hydrolysis Lignin as a Sorbent and Basis for Solid Composite Biofuel // Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology.  2016.  Vol. 7.  P. 501-530. DOI: 10.4236/abb.2016.711046(IF  0,87)http://file.scirp.org/pdf/ABB_2016113010023004.pdf
2. Shakhno E.A., Savitskaya T.A., Pokrovskaya T.G., Yakushev V.I., Pokrovskii M.V., Grinshpan D.D. Use of L-arginine immobilised on activated carbon for pharmacological correction of endothelial disfunction // Research result: pharmacology and clinical pharmacology.  2016. Vol. 2, №1 (2).  P. 30-35  http://rr.bsu.edu.ru/en/farmacology/annotation/33/
3. Savitskaya T.,  Reznikov I., Grinshpan D. Rheological Behavior of Lignin Based Dispersions Intended for Composite Fuel Production // Appl. Rheol.  2016.  Vol. 26 (6).  P.63476 (7 pages). DOI: 10.3933/ApplRheol-26-63476(IF 0.38) http://www.complexfluids.ethz.ch/AR/GOOGLE/DOI:10.3933/ApplRheol-26-63476-extract.pdf  

2015 г.

1.Huo P., Savitskaya T.A., Gotina L.A., Grinshpan D.D., Reznikov I.V. Rheological Properties of Casting Solutions for Starch Edible Films Production // Open Journal of Fluid Dynamics. 2015.Vol.5.P.58-67 (IF 0.65).www.bsu.by/sm.aspx?guid=353553

2014 г.

1. Grinshpan D.D., Gonchar A.N., Savitskaya T.A., Tsygankova N.G., Makarevich S.E. Rheological Properties of Cellulose-Chitosan-Phosphoric Acid Systems in Different Phase States // Polymer Science. Ser. A. 2014. Vol.56. №. 2. P.137-145http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S0965545X14020059

2013 г.

1. Krivova M. G., Grinshpan D.D. , Hedin N. Adsorption of CnTABr surfactants on activated carbons // Colloid and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects – 2013. Vol. 436. Р.62–70. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0927775713004536

2012 г.

1. Ivanets M.G., Savitskaya T.A., Nevar T.N., Grinshpan D.D. Adsorption of sodium dodecylsulfate on modified carbon adsorbents  //Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 2012. Vol. 86, № 11. Р. 1710–1715.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S0036024412110143
2. Ivanets M.G., Savitskaya T. A., Grinshpan D. D., Tsygankova N. G., Savkin A.E. Simulation of Adsorption-Coagulation Purification of Liquid Radioactive Waste to remove Surfactants // Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry. 2012. Vol. 85, № 1. P. 46–51. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1070427212010090
3. Savitskaya T.A., Reznikov I.V., Shcheglov V.A., Tsygankova N.G., Telysheva G.M., Grinshpan D.D. Rheological properties of disperse systems based on hydrolyzed lignin and oil // Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics.  2012.  Vol. 85,№ 4.  P. 662-667.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10891-012-0699-5

2011 г.

1. Ivanets M.G., Savitskaya T.A., Nevar T.N., Grinshpan D.D.  Adsorptive and structural characteristics of carbon sorbents // Inorganic Materials.  2011.  V. 47,  № 10.  P. 1061-1065.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S0020168511100098
2. Grinshpan D.D.  , Gonchar A.N., Tsygankova N.G., Makarevich S.E., Savitskaya T.A., Sheimo, E.V.  Rheological properties of concentrated solutions of cellulose and its mixtures with other polymers in orthophosphoric acid // Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics. 2011. Vol. 84, №3. P. 594-598.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10891-011-0510-z

2010-2001 гг.

  1. Grinshapn D., Savitskaya T., Tsygankova N., Makarevich S., Tresiakova S., Nevar T. Cellulose acetate sulfate as a lyotropic liquid crystalline polyelectrolyte: synthesis, properties and application // International Journal of Polymer Science. 2010Article ID 831658, 17 pages.https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijps/2010/831658/
  2. Shybaila T.N., Savitskaya T.A., Kislyakova T.A., Albulov A.I., Grinshpan D.D.  Chitosan-cellulose sulfate acetate complexation in acetic acid solutions // Colloid Journal.  2008.  V. 70, № 5. P. 661-665.www.bsu.by/sm.aspx?guid=348683
  3. Grinshpan D.D., Nevar T.N., Savitskaya T.A., Boiko A.V., Kapralov N.V., Sholomitskaya, I.A. Comparison of acid-neutralizing properties of anti-acid preparations of various compositions // Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal.  2008.  Vol. 42, №7. P. 400-404.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11094-008-0139-1
  4. Grinshpan D., Tsygankova N., Savitskaya T., Nevar T., Makarevich S., Telysheva G., Dizhbite T. The Flexible Technology for Obtaining of Drinking Water from Surface Polluted Water and Waste Water / 7th International Conference Environmental Engineering, Vilnius, May 22–23, 2008.  P. 538–542.
  5. Syrtsova D.A., Borisevich O.B., Shkrebko O.A., Teplyakov V.V., Grinshpan D.D., Khotimskii V.S., Roizard D. The permeability of gases and light hydrocarbons through new polymeric composite membranes based on poly (1-trimethylsilylpropyne) // Separation and Purification Technology.  2007.  Vol. 57, № 3.  P. 435-439.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1383586606001444
  6. Nevar, T.N., Savitskaya, T.A., Osipova, A.V., Makarevich, S.E., Tsigankova, N.G., Grinshpan, D.D. Effects of colloidal-chemical properties of activated charcoals on their therapeutic efficacy // Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal.  2007.  Vol. 41, №6.  P. 332-336.link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.../s11094-007-0075-5.pdf
  7. Syrtsova D., Shkrebko O., Teplyakov V., Khotimslii V., Roizard D., Grinshpan D. Removing of light hydrocarbons from gas mixtures using polymeric composite membranes based on poly(1-trimethylsilylpropyne) // Desalination.  2006.  Vol. 200, № 1-3.  P. 253-255.http://www.lenntech.com/abstracts/1813/removing-of-light-hydrocarbons-from-gas-mixtures-using-polymeric-composite-membranes-based.html
  8. Savitskaya T.A., Nevar T.N., Grinshpan D.D. The effect of water-soluble polymers on the stability and rheological properties of suspensions of fibrous activated charcoal // Colloid Journal.  2006.  Vol. 68, № 1.  P. 86-92.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S1061933X0601011X
  9. Tret'yakova S.M., Tsygankova N.G., Selevich A.F., Klavsut' G.N., Savitskaya T.A., Grinshpan D.D. Thermal properties of films and solutions of cellulose sulfate acetate salt forms // Vysokomolekularnye Soedineniya. Ser.A Ser.B Ser.C - Kratkie Soobshcheniya.  2005.  Vol. 47, № 5.  P. 875-876.www.researchgate.net/publication/257192192_Thermal_Properties_of_Films_and_Solutions_of_Cellulose_Sulfate_Acetate_Salt_Forms
  10. Grinshpan, D.D., Tret'yakova, S.M., Tsygankova, N.G., Makarevich, S.E., Savitskaya, T.A. Phase equilibria in sodium salt of cellulose acetate sulfate-water-alcohol systems and a criterion of the formation of the liquid crystalline state // Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A. – 2005. – V. 79, Issue 11. – P. 1728-1733.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/286973632_Phase_equilibria_in_sodium_salt_of_cellulose_acetate_sulfate-water-alcohol_systems_and_a_criterion_of_the_formation_of_the_liquid_crystalline_state
  11. Savitskaya, T.A., Nevar, T.N., Grinshpan, D.D. Simulation of the rheological behavior of enterosorbents in the gastroenteric tract in vitro // Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics.  2005.  Vol. 78, №  5. – P. 989-993.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10891-006-0023-3
  12. Grinshpan D.D., Tret'yakova S.M., Tsygankova N.G., Makarevich S.E., Savitskaya T.A. Rheological studies of high-concentration cellulose sulfate-acetate solutions // Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics.  2005. Vol. 78, №5. P. 878-884.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10891-006-0007-3
  13. Tret'yakova, S.M., Tsygankova, N.G., Selevich, A.F., Klavsut', G.N., Savitskaya, T.A., Grinshpan, D.D. Thermal properties of films and solutions of cellulose sulfate acetate salts // Polymer Science - Series B. – 2005. – V. 47, Issue 5-6. – P. 155-158.
  14. Zhbankov R.G., Firsov S.P., Kolosova T.E., Prihodchenko L.K., Grinshpan D.D., Baran J., Marchewka M.K., Ratajczak H. Fourier-transform Raman spectroscopy of biological molecules: Weak intermolecular interactions // Journal of Molecular Structure.  2003.  Vol. 656, №1-3.  P. 275-286.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022286003003557
  15. Zhbankov R.G., Firsov S.P., Grinshpan D.D., Baran J., Marchewka M.K., Ratajczak H. Vibrational spectra and noncovalent interactions of carbohydrates molecules // Journal of Molecular Structure.  2003.  Vol. 645, № 1. Р.9-http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S002228600200409X
  16. Grinshpan D.D., Tsygankova N.G., Tret'yakova S.M., Savitskaya T.A. The formation of lyotropic mesophase in aqueous solutions of the sodium salt of cellulose acetate sulfate // Vysokomolekularnye Soedineniya. Ser.A Ser.B Ser.C - Kratkie Soobshcheniya.  2002. – Vol. 44, № 1.  P.137-140.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/289047493_The_formation_of_lyotropic_mesophase_in_aqueous_solutions_of_the_sodium_salt_of_cellulose_acetate_sulfate
  17. Savitskaya T.A., Knypikova L.A., Grinshpan D.D. A new method for the stabilization of cellulose acetate-synthetic polymer blends in solution // Cellulose Chemistry and Technology.  2001.  Vol. 34, №5-6.  P. 491-503.http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=1097808
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