Laboratories IKBFU

Laboratory of magnetic resonance methods in substance research

General information

Major research areas

  1. Nuclear quadrupole resonance. New approaches to study size effects, surface diffusion, glass and magnetically ordered materials; identification of nitrogen containing compounds (drugs, explosives)

  2. High resolution NMR

  3. NMR in a weak magnetic field

  4. Development of methods of NQR / NMR signal digital processing in order to increase sensitivity of the NQR / NMR methods

  5. The development of EPR, FMR techniques to study nanoscale structures.

Patents

  1. Mozzhukhin G., Mershiev I., Molchanov S., Kupriyanova G. A method of detecting NQR/NMR signals . G01N24 / 08 (2006.01) № 2490618, registered 20 August 2013

  2. Mershiev I., Kupriyanova G. Portable NMR relaxometer. The patent for utility model. 2015100995/28, 12.01.2015

  3. Sinyavsky N., Dolinenkov F., Method of measuring the size of microcrystals. Patent RU 2539775 C1, published:. 01.27.2015, issue # 3.

N. Sinyavsky's Projects

Over the past 10 years he has been leading the Russian Fund for Fundamental Research projects:

  • 05-03-33264-a "Two-dimensional correlation radiospectroscopy and research in orientation tensor interactions in solids", 2005 -2006.

  • 08-03-00433-a "Manifestation of the Berry phase in radiospectroscopy of nuclear quadrupole and nuclear magnetic resonance", 2008 -2009.

  • 11-03-00124-a "Development of new approaches to the study of disordered structures such as As-Sb-Se, As-Se-Te, Ge-Sb-Se NQR and EPR" 2011 -2012.

  • 14-03-00038-a "Two-dimensional relaxometer of nuclear quadrupole resonance and study of diffusion of the nuclear magnetization in micro crystals", 2014-2015

  • 16-03-00060-a "Nuclear quadrupole resonance with the inversion of the Laplace transform and relaxation studies of porous and composite media", 2016

Mershiev's Grants

2014-2015 "Two-dimensional relaxometer of nuclear quadrupole resonance and study of diffusion of the nuclear magnetization in micro crystals" , RFFR grant.

2012-2014 "Development of a portable NMR spectrometer," a grant of the Fund for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises in Science and Technology

2010-2012 "Study of the magnetic properties of the synthesized multilayered ferromagnetic structures for creating spintronic devices", a grant of Ministry of Education.

G.Kupriyanova's Grants

15-32-50369.

Project title: "Study of the iron oxide nanoparticles obtained by laser evaporation method, and derivative ferrofluids", 2015

2010-2012 Federal Program "Study of the magnetic properties of the synthesized multilayered ferromagnetic structures to create spintronic devices", a grant of the Ministry of Education.

Equipment

  1. NMR spectrometer Varian 400

    The device for measuring the spectra of 1D and 2D NMR spectra of liquids and solids.

    Sensors of direct and inverse monitoring.

  2. NMR / NQR Tecmag spectrometer

    Device for NQR / NMR signals monitoring, and 1D and 2D spectra in the frequency range from 1 MHz to 400 MHz in liquids and solids. The instrument comprises Apollo-double resonance NQR / NMR console, linear power amplifiers in 250 kHz -12 MHz from 5 to 200MHz; dual-frequency transducer; single-frequency transducer with frequency adjustment; NQR low-temperature sensor and the low-temperature thermostatic model STVP-200T.

    Indirect nuclear quadrupole resonance research complex

  3. "Radiopan" upgraded EPR spectrometer with the rotary device (goniometer) in two planes, with digital signal processing

Research Team
  1. Куприянова Г.С.Kupriyanova G., Dr. of Physics and Mathematics, Professor of the Department of Radio Physics and Information Security; E-mail: GKupriyanova@kantiana.ru

    Area of research interest: Relaxation in NMR / NQR issues; cross-correlation and cross-relaxation effects; study size effects;  NMR / NQR identifying compounds methods; FMR in nanostructures.

  2. Sinyavsky N.,. Dr. of Physics and Mathematics, Professor of the Department of Radio Physics and Information Security; E-mail: NSinyavskii@kantiana.ru

    Area of research interest: Nutating NQR spectroscopy, development of new NQR / EPR methods for research in disordered structures,  dimensional relaxometry of nuclear quadrupole resonance and research diffusion of the nuclear magnetization in micro crystals

  3. Shpilevoy A., PhD in Physics and Mathematics, director of the Institute of Physics and Technologies; E-mail: AlSHpilevoi@kantiana.ru

    Area of research interests: Indirect methods of NQR signal registration, development of techniques and methods of recording the nuclear quadrupole resonance signals in polycrystalline compounds, including application of nuclear magnetic double - nuclear quadrupole resonance.

  4. Mershiev I., assistant professor for the Department of Radio Physics and Information Security; E-mail: IMershiev@kantiana.ru

    Area of research interests: digital signal processing; the development of new detection methods in NQR; Stochastic resonance in NQR.

  5. Bogaychuk A. postgraduate student of the Department of Radio Physics and Information Security; E-mail: ABogaichuk@stud.kantiana.ru

    Area of research interests: NMR in biological fluids; NMR 2H, 1H, relaxation; study of metabolic processes in the presence of quadrupolar nucleus.

  6. Orlova A., postgraduate student of the Department of Radio Physics and Information Security; E-mail: AnNiOrlova@stud.kantiana.ru
    Area of research interests: FMR in nanostructures, spintronics.

  7. Mamadazizov S., postgraduate student Department of Radio Physics and Information Security; E-mail: SShodi@stud.kantiana.ru

    Area of research interests:
    The development of new approaches in identifying nitrogen-containing compounds with dual-frequency NQR methods

  8. Severin E., master student of the Institute of Physics and Technologies; E-mail: ASeverin@kantiana.ru

    Area of research interests: NMR in weak magnetic field; development of methods for identification of hazardous liquids; NMR relaxation.

  9. Molchanov V.,master student of the Institute of Physics and Technologies; E-mail: VMolchanov@kantiana.ru

    Area of research interests: NMR in weak magnetic field; development of methods for identification of hazardous liquids; NMR relaxation.

  10. Burmistrov V., Lecturer of the Department of Telecommunications,  the Institute of Physics and Technologies; E-mail: VBurmistrov@kantiana.ru
    Area of research interests: Microwave devices; digital signal processing, development of technology and techniques of recording the nuclear quadrupole resonance signals in polycrystalline compounds, including using nuclear magnetic double - nuclear quadrupole resonance

Publications
  1. G. Kupriyanova, A. Zyubin, A. Astashonok, A. Orlova and E. Prokhorenko, The magnetic-resonance properties study of nanostructures for spintronics by FMR, Journal of Physics: 324 (2011) 012012

  2. A. Zyubin, A. Orlova, A. Astashonok, G. Kupriyanova and V. Nevolin, Fe / Ni thin films temperature investigation with MgO and SiO2 interfaces by ferromagnetic resonance. Journal of Physics: 324 (2011) 012013

  3. S.Molchanov, G. Mozzhukhin, I.Mershiev, G.Kupriyanova, Improving NQR signal wavelet processing with modified Morlet basis functions. Bulletin of the I.Kant Russian State University. Kant: Physical and mathematical sciences series. Issue 5, p.69-76 (2011)

  4. Anisimov A.. A. Yu. Goikhman. G.Kupriyanova. V.Nevolin. A.Popov and V. Rodionova, Change in the magnetic properties of polycrystalline thin-film magnetite upon introduction of an iron sublayer . Physics of the Solid State. V. 54, N 6 (2012), 1153-1159, DOI: 10.1134 / S1063783412060030

  5. G.Kupriyanova, G.Mozzhukhin, V.Molchanov, E.Severin, A.Shmelev, The method of recording multi-pulse signals in an inhomogeneous magnetic field. I.Kant BFU Bulletin,2012, 4, pp 118-125

  6. G.Kupriyanova, V.Molchanov, EASeverin, I.Mershiev. Composes pulses in inhomogeneous field NMR. In Magnetic Resonance Detection of Explosives and illicit Materials. Springer 2014, p.137-147

  7. I.Shikhman, M.Shelyapina, G.Kupriyanova. A Density Functional Theory Study of the Fe / Fe3O4 (001) Interface. Solid State Phenomena 194 (2013) 288-291.

  8. Y.Veremeichik, D.Shurpik, G.Kupriyanov, V.Plemenkov, Structural identification of sulfanamids by IR and NMR spectroscopy. I.Kant BFU Bulletin,4, 2013 p.52.

  9. A.Zyubin, A.Astashenok, G.Kupriyanova. Application of radio-physical methods for the diagnosis of functional properties of magnetic tunnel junctions. Bulletin of the I.Kant Russian State University. Physical and mathematical sciences series. Issue 4, p.43-51 (2013)

  10. G.Mozzhukhin, V.Rameev, G.Kupriyanova, P.Aksu, B.Aktas. Cross- relaxation enhances NQR Ammonium Nitrite in low magnetic field. In Magnetic Resonance Detection of Explosives and illicit Materials. Springer 2014, p 45-59

  11. N.Sinyavsky, P.Dolinenkov, G.Kupriyanova. T1 and T2 relaxation times distridution for 35 CL and 14N NQR in micro-composites and in porous materials. Appl. Magn. Reson. 2014, V.45 N5 p.471-482

  12. N. Sinyavsky, I.Mershiev and G.Kupriyanova. The effect of diffusion of the nuclear magnetization distribution of relaxation times in the microcrystals. University News Physics, # 8, v. 57, p. 129-130, 2014.

  13. G.Mozzhukhin, J.Barras, G.Kupriyanova, V.Rameev, Two-Frequency Nuclear Resonance for Line Identification. Applied Magnetic Resonance. V.45, N12 2015, p. 261-165

  14. N. Sinyavsky, I.Mershiev and G.Kupriyanova. Application of nuclear quadrupole resonance relaxometry to study the influence of the environment on the surface of the crystallites of powder. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung 70 (6) A, (2015) 451-457

  15. N.Sinyavsky, Effect of diffusion of the nuclear magnetization distribution in microscopic relaxation times, University News. Physics, # 8, v. 57, p. 129-130 2014

  16. N. Sinyavsky, P. Dolinenkov, I. Korneva, The distribution change of relaxation times in 35Cl NQR for phase transitions in p-Dichlorobenzene, Apll. Magn. Reson., 2015, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp 17-24

  17. N. Sinyavsky, I.Mershiev, G.Kupriyanov, Features of inversion recovery methodology application for the broad NQR lines, University News. Physics, 2015 № 12)

  18. N. Sinyavsky, N. Kostrikova, The Geometrical Phase in the PEANUT Experiments for the NQR Spectroscopy for the Spins I = 3/2, Appl Magn Reson, 47 (1) (2015) 63-76, DOI 10.1007 / s00723-015 -0731-y

  19. N.Sinyavsky, G.Mozzhukhin, and F.Dolinenkov, Size Effect in 14N Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy, T. Apih et al. (Eds.), Magnetic Resonance Detection of Explosives and Illicit Materials, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics, Springer Science Business Media Dordrecht 2014 69-76

  20. O.Bolebrukh, N. N.Sinyavsky, I.Korneva, B. Dobosz, M. Ostafin, B. Nogaj, R. Krzyminiewski, Experimental study of the structure of chalcogenide glassy semiconductors in threecomponent systems of Ge-As-Se and As-Sb-Se by means of NQR and EPR spectroscopy, Central European Journal of Physics, Volume 11, Issue 12, P.1686-1693 (2013)

  21. N. Sinyavsky, I.Mershiev, I.Korneva, Investigation of Corrosion Inhibitors by Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Relaxometry Method, TransNav Journal Vol. No. 9 4, 597-590.

  22. F.Dolinenkov, N.Sinyavsky, Effect of powder crystallites size in the NQR relaxation times, Journal of I.Kant Baltic Federal University. Kaliningrad, 2012, vol. 10, p. 119-126

  23. N.Sinyavsky, G.Kupriyanova, F.Dolinenkov, Distribution of NQR relaxation times in the rotating coordinate system of micro-crystals, I.Kant BFU Bulletin (physics and mathematics), 2015, №4, 18-24.