Crystallization in Nanosystems (CN2002)

Venue: Ivanovo

Location: Ivanovo, Russia

Event Date/Time: Sep 10, 2002 End Date/Time: Sep 12, 2002
Registration Date: Apr 10, 2002
Early Registration Date: Mar 20, 2002
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 20, 2002
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The International Scientific Conference on Crystallization in Nanosystems will be held from 10 till 12 September 2002 in Ivanovo, Russia. The Conference is organized by the Scientific Council on Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Solution Chemistry of RAS, Ivanovo State University of Chemical Technology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, and the Mendeleev Russian Chemical Society

The programme of the conference includes:

  • Plenary Lectures (~ 30 min);

  • Oral Communications (~ 15 min);

  • Posters.

The official languages of the Conference will be Russian and English.

Section 1. Mechanisms of formation of nanodispersed solid substance

  • Kinetics of cluster formation in supersaturated vapor

  • Nucleation, structure of oversaturated liquids, crystal dilution.

  • Liquid crystals

  • Nanocrystal growth

  • Nanocrystal aggregation, colloidal crystals

  • Magnetic colloids

Section 2. Optimization of construction of reactors for production of nanodispersed
solid substance by different methods

  • Synthesis by sol-gel method

  • Mechanochemical synthesis

  • Synthesis by vapor condensation

  • Electrochemical synthesis

Section 3. Crystallization in nanotechnology

  • Epitaxial nanocrystallization, nucleation and growth of the crystals on the substrate

  • Surface recrystallization

  • Surface mobility of nanocrystals

  • Chemical degradation of the crystal layers on the substrate

  • Structure formation at ultraspeed cooling of the metal melts

Section 4. Nanocrystallization in biological systems

  • Crystallization of proteins. Intramolecular crystallization in protein systems

  • Crystallization in supramolecular systems

  • Interaction of nanocrystals with cells and living organisms tissue

  • Methods of application of nanocrystallization in medicine

Section 5. Methodology of nanossytem characterization

  • Results of investigations by atomic, tunneling and autoionic microscopy methods

  • Using of electronic microscopy

  • Problems of extrapolation of data from macrosystems to nanosystems

Section 6 Mathematical modeling of nanocrystallization