Prototypes of new catalysts and photocatalysts based on newly synthesized nanoscale metal oxides obtained, kinetic regularities of redox processes in which they participate in waste water determined. The experimental dependence of the degree of photocatalytic purification in model wastewater and the nature of the pollutant concentration established. Substantiation of technological parameters of the liquid-phase oxidation-reduction processes wastewater from the pollutants of various origins determined.
Developed environmentally efficient and resource-saving technology for producing and finishing fundamentally new wear-resistant composite parts for use in nodes of post-printing equipment based on the grinding of waste aluminum alloys - silumins with solid lubricant (or without) allows to manufacture new parts that wear resistance significantly exceed the known parts which operatt in similar conditions. Developed technology is based on the use of powder metallurgy processing steps in combination with precision machining of the friction parts’ working surfaces.
Highly effective sorbent materials were received with the help of modification of their surface by quaternary ammonium salts, inorganic polyhydroxocomplexes of metals and iron compounds for water purification contaminated with heavy metals and natural radionuclides. There were defined the basic principles of nanomaterials' synthesis on the base of dispersions of layered silicates with specified physical and chemical characteristics and structure.