Maltseva Olga V.

Position: 
Researcher
Degree: 
Phd in chemistry
Phone: 
+7 (4932) 336990
About:

 

Education:

  • 1999  - Bachelor’s degree, specialization “Chemistry”, High Chemical College of Russian Academy Science at Ivanovo University State of Chemistry and Technology, Russia.

  • 2000 - Terminal qualification is “Chemists. Teacher”, High Chemical College of Russian Academy Science at Ivanovo University State of Chemistry and Technology, Russia.

 Career/Employment:

2004–present

Research scientist at the Laboratory of Coordination Chemistry of Solution of Aromatic Compounds, Institute of Solution Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

2004

PhD degree in chemistry, Institute of Solution Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Ivanovo, Russia. Thesis: “Complexformation of meso-substituted tetrabenzoporphyrins with metal cations in organic solvents” (supervisor Prof. Berezin B. D., Institute of Solution Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Ivanovo, Russia). 

2000

PhD student of Institute of Solution Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ivanovo, Russia.

 

His research interests:

Specialisation:

 

General: Porphyrin Chemistry: synthesis and physical-chemical properties. 

 

Specific: Synthesis and design of tetrapyrrolic compounds for molecular recognition of ions and small organic molecules of different nature.

Synthesis and properties of azaporphyrins, new complexes with p- and d-metals in nonaqueous solutions.

Coordination chemistry of tetrabenzoporphyrins and N-substituted porphyrins.

Acid-base interactions of tetrabenzoporphyrin and its meso-phenylsubstituted derivatives in proton donative acetic and sulfuric acid containing systems.

 

Compounds: Calixpyrrolporphyrins and crown-etherporphyrins, complexes of azaporphyrins and tetrabenzoporphyrins

 

Work experience: Synthesis of metalloporphyrins, infrared (IR) and UV-Vis spectroscopy, 1H-NMR, method of molecular dynamic simulation.

 

Keywords: Porphyrins, complexformation, organic solvents, synthesis of metalloporphyrins, ultraviolet-vis spectroscopy.

Participation in grants and programs:

 

  • “Synthesis, structure and binding ability of porphyrin based nanosized systems” (Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Grant № 05-03-32055, 2005 – 2007), (executor).
  • “Chemistry and physico-chemistry of supramolecular systems and atomic clusters”, Department of Chemistry and Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2006-2007, (executor).
  • “Design of the new controlled photochromic materials on the base of tetrapyrrolic compounds and optimization of their parameters”, Russian Foundation for Basic Research – Foundation for Basic Research of Republic Belarus, Grant № 06-03-81001-Bel_a, 2006-2007, (executor).
  • “Development of the scientific basises for creation of nanosized functional materials on the base of macroheterocyclic compounds” (Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Grant № 08-03-97501-r-centre-a, 2008 – 2010), (executor).
The most important publications:

 

Publications:

 

  1. Ivanova Yu.B., Toldina О.V., Sheinin V.B., Mamardashvili N.Zh.,  Zh. Org. Khim. (Russ. J. Org. Chem.) 2007, 43, 1401-1406.
  2. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V. and Berezin B. D., J. Porphyrin & Phtalocyanines, 2006, V. 10, p. 561
  3. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V. and Berezin B. D. Koord. Khim. (Russ. J. Coord. Chem.) 2006, 32 (7), 557-560.
  4. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V. and Berezin B. D. Neorg. Khim. (Russ. J. Inorg. Chem.) 2006, Т. 51. № 11. С. 1837-1843.
  5. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V. and Berezin B. D. Zh. Obsch. Khim. (Russ. J. Gen. Chem.) 2006, Т. 76. Вып. 10. С. 1740-1744.
  6. Berezin D.B., Toldina O.V., Shukhto O.V. and Berezin B.D., J. Porphyrin & Phtalocyanines, 2004, V. 8, p. 342
  7. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V., Kumeev, R. S. Zh. Fiz. Khim. (Russ. J. Phys. Chem.) 2004, 78 (8), 1427-1432.
  8. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V. Koord. Khim. (Russ. J. Coord. Chem.) 2004, 30 (8), 611-615.
  9. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V. Koord. Khim. (Russ. J. Coord. Chem.) 2004, 30 (8), 616-620.
  10. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V., Kudrik, E. V. Zh. Obsch. Khim. (Russ. J. Gen. Chem.) 2003, 73, 1383-1389.
  11. Berezin D. B., Toldina O. V. Zh. Neorg. Khim. (Russ. J. Inorg. Chem.) 2002, 47, 2075-2081.

 

Reports: about 20 research report. Some of the publications: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

 

  1. Porphyrin-crown-[6] as new receptor on K+ / XVI Intern. Conf. on Chem. Thermod. In Russia (RCCT) 2007, Suzdal, 4/S-363
  2. Design and synthesis of new receptors for alkali cations on the base of tetrapyrrolic compounds / International Summer School “Supramolecular Systems in Chemistry and Biology”, Tuapse (Russia), 2006, Serptember, 25 – 29, с. 95
  3. Catalysis of metalloporphyrin formation reactions using trans-effect / IV International Conference on Porphyrin and Phtalocyanines ICPP-4, Rome, 2006, July 2-6.
  4. Design and synthesis of new receptors for alkali cations on the base of tetrapyrrolic compounds / IVth International Symposium “Design and synthesis of Supramolecular Architectures”, Kazan (Russia), 2006, May, 13 – 17.
  5. Influence trans-effect on the chemical activity of solvatosalts of 3d-metals in reaction of complexformation / Undergraduate and Postgraduate Student International Conference in Fundamental Science “Lomonosov 2005”, Moscow State University (Russia), 2005, April, 12 – 15.
  6. Tetrabenzoporphyrins As Compounds Related To Both Porphyrins And Phthalocyanines / IV International Conference on Porphyrin and Phtalocyanines ICPP-3, New Orleans, 2004
  7. Acid-base interactions of tetrabenzoporphyrin and its meso-phenylsubstituted derivatives in proton donative acetic and sulfuric acid based systems / IX International Conference on Porphyrin Chemistry, Suzdal’, 2003
  8. Influence proton donative medium on the complexformation properties of meso-phenyltetrabenzopophyrins / IX International scientific conference of the students, PhD-students and young scientists “Lomonosov 2002”, Moscow State University (Russia), 2002, April, 9 – 12.