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Irina Ya. Mittova

Academic degree, academic title, position:
Doctor of Chemistry Sciences, Professor, Professor of the Department of Material Science and Industry of Nanosystems of the Voronezh State University

Scientific specialty in accordance with Sc. D. Diploma:
02.00.01 – Inorganic Chemistry, 02.00.04 – Physical Chemistry

Key biography data:
1949 – date of birth
1972 – graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry, Voronezh State University
1976 – defense of candidate thesis in chemistry sciences
1986 – Bronze Medal Exhibition of Economic Achievements of the USSR for the development of new methods of producing dielectric layers on silicon and a sign of «Inventor of the USSR»
1989 – defense of doctoral thesis in chemistry sciences
1991 – awarded the title of professor
1994-1996, 2000-2002 – State Scientific Scholarship
2013 – Honorary title "Honored Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation"

Field of research interests:
Chemically Stimulated Oxidation of Semiconductors; Mechanism of Thermal Oxidation of Semiconductors AIIIBV and Properties of Nanolayers; Sol-Gel of Synthesis of Nano-Powders of Ferrite were Proposed of (LaFeO3 and YFeO3); Influence of the Size of Particles and Degree of Alloying (Ca+2, Sr+2, Cd+2, Y+3, La+3) on their Magnetic Properties; Solid-State Interaction in the Structures of Hydroxyapatite/TiO2/Ti and Hydroxyapatite/Ti

Number of published works:
The total number of scientific papers – 556, one 208 articles in publications of RAS

The most significant publications:

  1. Mittova I.Ya. Physical Chemistry of Thermal Oxidation of Silicon in the Presence of Impurity. Voronezh: Voronezh Univ. 1987. 198 p.
  2. Kukuev V.I. Physical Methods for the Study of Thin Films and Surface Layers / V.I. Kukuev, I.Ya. Mittova, E.P. Domashevskaya. Voronezh: Voronezh State University. 2001. 143 с.
  3. Nonlinear Effects in Processes of Activated Oxidation of GaAs: Monograph / I.Y. Mittova, V.R. Pshestanchik, V.F. Kostryukov. Voronezh: Voronezh State University. 2008. 160 p.
  4. Mittova I.Ya. History of Chemistry from Ancient Times to the End of XX Century / I.Ya. Mittova, A.M. Samoylov // Т. 1. Dolgoprydnii: ID «Intellect», 2011. 416 p.
  5. Mittova I.Ya. History of Chemistry From Ancient Times to the End of XX Century / I.Ya. Mittova, A.M. Samoylov // Т. 2. Dolgoprydnii: ID «Intellect», 2012. 624 p.
  6. Alternating Nonlinearity of the Joint Activating Effect of Binary Mixtures of P-element Oxides on the Chemically Activated Thermal GaAs Oxidation / I.Ya. Mittova, V.R. Pshestanchik, V.F. Kostryukov, N.T. Kuznetsov // Doklady Chemistry. 2001. V. 378. No. 4-6. P. 165-167.
  7. Mittova I.Ya. Synergism of the Action of NH3 and V2O5 on the Thermal Oxidation of GaAs in Humid Oxygen / I.Ya. Mittova, S.S. Lavrushina, A.A. Muratov // Doklady Chemistry. 2003. V. 391. No. 4-6. P. 219-221.
  8. Catalytic Effect of a Nanolayer of the (V2O5 + PbO) Composite in the Thermal Oxidation of InP Crystals / V.M. Ievlev, I.Ya. Mittova, A.A. Samsonov, E.V. Tomina, V.M. Kashkarov // Doklady Chemistry. 2007. V. 417. No. 2. P. 277-281.
  9. Contribution from the Solid-Phase Interactions of Activating Oxides to their Nonlinear Joint Effect on the Thermal Oxidation of GaAs / I.Ya. Mittova, V.F. Kostryukov, V.R. Pshestanchik, I.A. Donkareva, B.L. Agapov // Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry. 2008. V. 53. No. 7. P. 1018-1023.
  10. Effect of Inert Components (Y2O3, Al2O3 and Ga2O3) on the Chemistimulating Effect of the Sb2O3 Activator of GaAs Thermal Oxidation / P.K. Penskoi, V.F. Kostryukov, V.R. Pshestanchik, I.Ya. Mittova, S.V. Kutsev, I.V. Kuznetsova // Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry. 2009. V. 54. No. 10. P. 1564-1570.
  11. Thermal Oxidation of AIIIBV Semiconductors with V2O5 Nanolayers on the Surface / I.Ya. Mittova, E.V. Tomina, A.A. Lapenko, B.V. Sladkopevtsev // Glass Physics and Chemistry. 2011. V. 37. No. 2. Р. 230-234.
  12. Synthesis, Structure, and Magnetic Properties of Nanocrystalline Y3-xLaxFe5O12 (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.6) / Van Tac D., V.O. Mittova, O.V. Almjasheva, I.Ya. Mittova // Inorganic Materials. 2012.  V. 48. No. 1.  Р. 74-78.
  13. Stability of Bioactive Hydroxyapatite Films on Titanium Substrates in Physiological Buffer Solutions / A.Yu. Berezhnaya, V.O. Mittova, I.Ya. Mittova, A.V. Kostyuchenko // Inorganic Materials. 2012. V. 48. No. 11. Р. 1141-1146.
  14. High-Speed Determination of the Thickness and Spectral Ellipsometry Investigation of Films Produced by the Thermal Oxidation of InP and VxOy/InP Structures / I.Ya. Mittova, V.A. Shvets, E.V. Tomina, B.V. Sladkopevtsev, N.N. Tret’yakov, A.A. Lapenko // Inorganic Materials. 2013. V. 49. No. 2.  Р. 179–184.
  15. Mittova I.Ya. Effect of the Mild Method of Formation VXOY/InP Structures using V2O5 gel on the Process of their Oxidation and Composition of Nanosized Oxide Films / I.Ya. Mittova, E.V. Tomina, B.V. Sladkopevtcev // Nanosystems: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. 2014. V. 5. No. 2. P. 307-314.
  16. Mittova I.Ya. Influence of the Physicochemical Nature of Chemical Stimulators and the Way they are Introduced into a System on the Mechanism of the Thermal Oxidation of GaAs and InP / I.Ya. Mittova // Inorganic Materials. 2014. V. 50. No. 9. P. 874–881.
  17. Surface morphology, composition, and structure of nanofilms grown on InP in the presence of V2O5 / N.N. Tretyakov, I.Ya. Mittova, B.V. Sladkopevtsev, B.L. Agapov, D.I. Pelipenko, S.V. Mironenko // Inorganic Materials. 2015. Vol. 51. No. 7. P. 655-660.
  18. Effect of surface V2O5 nanolayers on the thermal oxidation kinetics of GaAs and the composition and morphology of resulting films / E.V. Tomina, B.V. Sladkopevtsev, I.Ya. Mittova, L.S. Zelenina, A.I. Dontsov, N.N. Tretyakov, Yu.N. Gudkova, Yu.A. Belashkova // Inorganic Materials. 2015. Vol. 51 No. 11. P. 1138-1142.
  19. Kostryukov V.F. Ammonia response of thin films grown on GaAs using PbO + Bi2O3 mixtures / V.F. Kostryukov, I.Ya. Mittova // Inorganic Materials. 2015. Vol. 51. No. 5. P. 425-429.
  20. Effect of modification of an InP surface by (V2O5 + PbO) and (NiO + PbO) oxide mixtures of different compositions on the thermal oxidation process and the characteristics of the formed oxide films / I.Ya. Mittova, E.V. Tomina, A.V. Zabolotskaya, A.A. Samsonov, V.V. Kozik, B.V. Sladkopevtsev, N.N. Tret’yakov // Russian Physics Journal. 2015. Vol. 57. No. 12. P. 1691-1696.
  21. Combined influence of chemostimulator oxides V2O5 and MnO2 introduced via the gas phase on InP thermal oxidation / I.Y. Mittova, N.N. Tretyakov, V.F. Kostryukov, B.V. Sladkopevtsev // Russian Journal of General Chemistry. 2015. Vol. 85. No. 4. P. 796-801.
  22. Mittova I.Ya. Chemostimulating effect of mixture and separate evaporation of manganese (IV) oxide compositions with lead (II) oxide and vanadium (V) oxide on GaAs thermal oxidation / I.Ya. Mittova, V.F. Kostryukov // Nanosystems: physics, chemistry, mathematics. 2015. Vol. 6. No. 3. P. 424-434.
  23. Effect of Surface V2O5 Nanolayers on the Thermal Oxidation Kinetics of GaAs and the Composition and Morphology of Resulting Films // INORGANIC MATERIALS. 2015. V. 51. No 11. P. 1138-1142. Co-authors: Tomina E.V., Sladkopevtsev B.V., et al.
  24. The Characterization of Nanosized ZnFe2O4 Material Prepared by Coprecipitation // NANOSYSTEMS-PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS. 2016. V. 7. No 3. P. 459-463.  Co-authors: Nguyen A. T., Phan Ph. H. Nh., et al.
  25. Formation of Nanosized Oxide Films via Thermal Oxidation of Co3O4/InP Heterostructures // RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENERAL CHEMISTRY. 2017. V. 87. No 1. P. 8-12.  Co-authors: Tomina E. V., Samsonov A. A., et al.
  26. Effect of the Degree of Doping on the Size and Magnetic Properties of Nanocrystals La1-xZnxFeO3 Synthesized by the Sol-Gel Method // RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 2017. V. 62. No 3. P. 281-287. Co-authors: Knurova M. V., Perov N. S., et al.
  27. Chemically Stimulated Synthesis of Gas-Sensing Films on the Surface of GaAs // INORGANIC MATERIALS. 2017. V. 53. No 5. P. 451-456. Co-authors: Kostryukov V.F., Dimitrenko A.A., et al.

The number of qualified candidates and doctors of science:
3 doctors and 17 candidates of sciences

Delivered courses:
Inorganic Chemistry; Advanced Methods of Activation of the Synthesis of Functional Materials; Modern Inorganic Chemistry; Nonequilibrium Catalysis and Conjugate in the Synthesis of New Materials; Periodic Law as the Basis for the Directed Synthesis of Materials; Kinetics and Catalysis; Chemical Stimulating Processes: Conjugation, Initiation, Catalysis

Total number of patents – 15 and 4 patent applications

Organizational and social work:

  1. Member of Russian Mendeleev’s society
  2. Expert of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research
  3. Member of the Advisory Board of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation on inorganic chemistry
  4. Expert of the Russian Science Foundation
  5. Member of Nanotechnological Society of Russia
  6. Member of the editorial board of the journal «Nanosystems: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics»
  7. Member of the editorial board of the journal "Kondensirovannye sredy i mezhfaznye granitsy"
  8. Member of the editorial board of the journal «Proceeding of Voronezh State University. Chemistry. Biology. Pharmacy».
  9. Member of the Dissertation Council D.212.038.08



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