Taras Shevchenko National University

Kyiv, Ukraine
Department of Analytical Chemistry

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OKSANA  YURIIVNA  NADZHAFOVA

Associate professor (docent)

Department of Analytical Chemistry,

National Taras Shevchenko University,

64 Volodymyrska St.,  Kyiv, 01033

Ukraine

Phone: 380 44 239 34 44  

Fax: 380 44 239 33 45                                                                           

e-mail: nadzhafova@univ.kiev.ua or onadzh@iatp.kiev.ua

 

Research interests

  •    Determination of trace amounts of inorganic and organic pollutants in the environmental objects (water, soil) using chromatographic, spectroscopic and electrochemical techniques.

  •   Synthesis of modified with organic reagents and biomolecules porous sorbents, silica gel in particular using adsorption and sol- gel technique. Development on the base of obtained sorbents active elements of optical and electrochemical  sensors for the express  determination of heavy metal labile species and organic compounds  in natural and tap waters, biological  and pharmaceutical objects.

  •  Bioanalytical chemistry

 Education

 

        Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry, Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev, Ukraine (1992)

        M.Sc., Analytical Chemistry, Taras Shevchenko University,  Kiev, Ukraine (1989)

        B.Sc., Analytical Chemistry,  Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev, Ukraine (1987)

 

Professional Appointments:

 

       Associate Professor, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev,  Ukraine (1997 present time)

      Assistant Professor, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev,  Ukraine (1992  - 1997)

      Engineer, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Ukraine National Academy of  Sciences Kiev, Ukraine (1989)

 

Previous Research and study abroad

     Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT,

           USA (summer 2003)

        Visiting Scientist, Department of Chemistry, Tufts University, Boston, MA, USA          (May  - June - July 2000)

       Visiting  Fellow, Graduate School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale               University, New Haven, CT, USA ( September 1999 May 2000)

 

Honors and Awards

         Fellowship for research work, Department of Chemistry University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA, summer 2003

        Scholarship of  the Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP),  American Councils  for International Education ACTR/ ACCELS (1999  - 2000)

        Junior scientists stipend in the field of natural sciences, National Committee of the Scientific and Technical Development of Ukraine  (1997)

 

Lecture Activity

       Lecture courses: Analytical Chemistry (Geography Department); Environmental Chemistry, Basics of the Modern Analytical Chemistry Bioanalytical Chemistry (Chemistry Department)

        Labs: Spectrophotometric Methods of Analysis; Water Quality Control; Methods of Investigation of Complexes in Solution; Analytical Chemistry.

 

Other Activity

Membership:  Ukrainian Chemical Society (1992- present time), American Chemical Society (1999- 2000)


 

LIST OF  SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  1.            Nadzhafova O.Yu., Zaporozhets O. A., Rachinska I. V.,  Fedorenko L.L and Yusupov N. Silica  Gel  Modified With  Lumogallion for Aluminum  Determination by Spectroscopic Methods. TALANTA, (67 ) P. 767-772 ,  2005

  2.            Nadzhafova O. Yu., Gordienko V. V. Chemical - Analytical Characteristics of thin films based on silica and poly(vinylsulfonic) acid  UKR. KHIM. ZHURN. (70) P. 70, .113-119,  2004.(Rus)

  3.            Nadzhafova O. Yu., Zaitsev V.N., Drozdova M. V., Vaze A., Rusling J. F., Heme proteins sequestered in silica sol- gels using surfactants feature direct electron transfer and peroxides activity, ELECTROCHEM COMM., (6) P. 205- 209, 2004

  4.            Kounaves S., Nadzhafova O.,  Tarasov V., Tan S. Ultramicroelectrode Arrays Modified with Ionomer Entrapped Silica Film as Perspective Voltammetric Sensors for Copper, Lead and Selenium, Analytical Sciences, 2001, 17, P. i1031- i1034.

  5.           Nadzhafova O.Yu., Lagodzinskaya S.V. and Sukhan V.V.Indicator paper for test  determination of aluminum (III) in solutions ZHURN. ANALYT. KHIMII, 55: (12), P. 1298 1302, 2000

  6.           Zaporozhets O.A, Shulga O.V, Nadzhafova O.Y, Turov V.V. and Sukhan V.V.The nature of the binding of high-molecular weight aminoammonium and quaternary ammonium salts with the amorphous silica surface COLLOID SURFACE A 168: (2) 103-108 AUG 10, 2000

  7.           Zaporozhets O.A, Nadzhafova O.Y, Verba V.V, Zinchenko N. M and V.V. Sukhan Silica gel and cellulose loaded with bis-quaternary ammonium salts as sensitive reagents for iron, bismuth and anionic surfactants determination in water  INT J ENVIRON AN CH 74: (1-4) 243-254 1999

  8.          Belikov K.N, Blank A.B, Shevtsov N.I, Nadzhafova O.Yu. and Tananaiko M.M.X-ray fluorescence determination of mobile forms of Cu, Zn and Co in soils with preconcentration on silica gel modified by didecylaminoethyl-beta-tridecylammonium iodide ANAL CHIM ACTA 383: (3) 277-281 MAR 15 1999

  9.           Zaporozhets O.A, Nadzhafova O.Y, Verba V.V, Dolenko S.A., Keda T.Ye. and Sukhan V.V. Solid-phase reagents for the determination of anionic surfactants in water ANALYST 123: (7) 1583-1586 JUL 1998  

  10.         Turov V.V, Zaporozhets O.A, Nadzhafova O.Y and Sukhan V.V. Interaction of water-insoluble quaternary ammonium salts with the hydrated silica surface TEOR EKSP KHIM 32: (6) 376-379 1996

  11.         Zaporozhets O.A., Nadzhafova O.Yu., Zubenko A.I., Ishchenko V.B., Trachevskiy V.V. and Sukhan V.V. Application of high molecular  weight quaternary ammonium salt for pre concentration of heavy metal ions as acido complexes UKR. KHIM ZURN., 14 (9) 64-69, 1995

  12.         Zaporozhets O.A., Nadzhafova O.Yu., Zinchenko N.M. and Sukhan V.V. Solid Phase Reagent for determination of trace amounts of bismuth in water KHIM I  TECHNOL  VODY, 17 (6) 588 591, 1995

  13.         Zaporozhets O.A, Nadzhafova O.Y, Zubenko A.I, and Sukhan V.V. Analytical  application of  silica-gel modified with didecylaminoethyl-beta-     tridecylammonium iodide TALANTA 41: (12) 2067-2071 DEC 1994

  14. .        Savransky L.I., Rodionova T.V. and Nadzhafova O.Yu.Determination of aluminum in water using Chromazurol  S and mixture of surfactants in flow system KHIM I  TECHNOL  VODY, 15 (11-12) 740 745, 1993

  15. .        Savransky L.I and  Nadzhafova O.Y. Spectrophotometric  investigation of complexation of  Cu, Fe and  Al with chromazurol S  in the presence of a mixture of cationic and nonionicv surface-active agents J ANAL CHEM+ 47: (9) 1179-1183 Part 1 SEP 1992

  16.         Sukhan V.V., Savransky L.I, Zaporozhets O.A, and Nadzhafova O.Y. Sorption-photometrical  determinatiom of  cobalt  using  modified silica-gel UKR KHIM ZH+ 58: (11) 990-994 1992

  17. O. Nadzhafova Environmental Analytical chemistry. Part 1. Chemistry of Environmental Pollutants. Supplementary Material for the Fourth Year Students, Specialization environmental analytical chemistry, Chemical Dept, Taras Shevchenko Kiev University. 1998. 40 p. 

Patents

 1.      V. Sukhan, O. Nadzhafova,  O. Zaporozhets, A. Bugrim. Method of Cobalt Determination in Water. Ukrainian Patent N 5274.

 2.      O. Zaporozhets, V. Verba, O. Nadzhafova and V. Sukhan Method of Sodium Dodecylsulfate etermination.Patent of  Ukraine N 22886A.

 3.      O. Zaporozhets, V. Verba, O. Nadzhafova and V. Sukhan Methods of determination of alkylsulfates and alkylsulfonates Patent of Ukraine. 28610

 4.      V.V.  Sukhan  O.A. Zaporozhets, O.Yu. Nadzhafova Method of cobalt determination in water. Patent of Ukraine  27835.

 5.      O. Zaporozhets, O. Nadzhafova and V. Sukhan. Method of  test determination of iron (III) in water. Patent of Ukraine 35725

 6.      O. Zaporozhets, O. Nadzhafova, A. Velichko and V. Sukhan. Method of sorption- spectroscopic determination of iron (III) in water. Patent of Ukraine 39785A.


 

 

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