French-Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry

The Editorial Board of  French-Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry is pleased to welcome you to our website.

The journal was created in 2013 after more than 15 years of fruitful collaboration between French and Ukrainian chemists. The first International Research Network (GDRI) in molecular chemistry was established in 2008 and renewed in 2012. The GDRI has since grown to include many countries and hundreds of participating researchers. The purpose of the journal is to publish novel results from collaborating scientists as well as from researchers who are not associated with the GDRI.

Cooperation between scientists from different countries - it is always a unique combination of skills and knowledge. Every scientist comes from specific research group, which is known in the scientific community by their narrowly specialized investigations. Collaboration of scientists from different research institutions working on various scientific problems always brings interesting and often important for the world community results.

Precisely because we will glad to see among the authors of French-Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry representatives from different countries, who are working towards the chemistry and related sciences, such as physics, biology, etc.

Publication is absolutely free of charge. And all papers will be passed by an external referring.

French-Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry is an open-access online-only journal and will publish articles, short communications and reviews from different fields of chemistry and frontier disciplines.

The French-Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry is published by Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

 

Announcements

 

Vol 6, No 1 (2018): Hydrogen energy: towards better materials for higher efficiency

 

We are glad and proud to present this special issue of the French Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry, dedicated to the Hydrogen energy and other chemical problems.

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Posted: 2018-07-24 More...
 

Special Issue - Hydrogen energy: towards better materials for higher efficiency

 
Special Issue
Hydrogen energy: towards better materials for higher efficiency

We are pleased to announce a special issue of the French Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry, dedicated to hydrogen energy.
This field of clean energy technologies is developing very rapidly and requires constant attention from chemists to improve existing materials and processes and create new ones.
This year, for the first time, a specific session dedicated to hydrogen energy was held during the International conference in chemistry Kyiv-Toulouse 2017. It received much attention and interest from Ukrainian scientists, working in the field of hydrogen technologies. Therefore, it was decided to create a special issue of the journal.

We invite authors, working in chemistry-related research for hydrogen energy, to submit their papers on fuel cells, hydrogen production, purification, storage and related subjects.

The deadline for submissions is 11 February
Accepted papers will be issued in the Volume 6 Issue 1 of the French Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry.
 
Posted: 2017-10-27 More...
 
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Vol 6, No 1 (2018): Hydrogen energy: towards better materials for higher efficiency

Special Issue

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Articles

Artem Krynytskyi, Larysa Shcherbakova, Kateryna Hraivoronska, Anatolii Sameliuk, Yurii Solonin
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1-6
Ganna Fedosenko, Alla Yegorova, Yulia Scrypynets, Inna Leonenko, Ekaterina Vitukova
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7-15
Oleksandr Vasylyev, Yehor Brodnikovskyi, Oleg V'yunov, Leonid Kovalenko, Oleg Yanchevskii, Anatolii Belous
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16-20
Yana Alexandrovna Svishchova, Sergey Andreevich Shapovalov
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21-30
Olga Ershova, V. Dobrovolsky, Y. Solonin
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31-55
Lyudmyla Potikha
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56-66
Alexander Denisenko, Anton Tverdokhlebov
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67-73
Irina Svitozarivna Kostiv
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74-81
Vasylii Larin, Lilya Egorova
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82-91
Victor Derevianko, Natalia Kondratieva, Hanna Hryshko
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92-100
Kirill Petko, Andrey Filatov
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101-108
Nikolay Bondarev
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109-114
Viktoriya Podhurska, Bogdan Vasyliv, Andrij Ivasyshyn, Orest Ostash, Oleksandr Vasylyev, Tetyana Prikhna, Volodymyr Sverdun, Yehor Brodnikovskyi
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115-127
Iryna Brodnikovska, Mykola Brychevskyia, Yehor Brodnikovskyi, Dmytro Brodnikovskyi, Oleksandr Vasylyev, Alevtina Smirnova
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128-141
Yrii Basaraba, Mykolay Brychevskyi, Yehor Brodnikovskyi, Oleksandr Vasylyev, Ivan Perekopskyi
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142-150
Victor Solovey, Mykola Mykolaevich Zipunnikov, Andrii Shevchenko, Irina Vorobjova, Anatolii Kotenko
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151-156
V. Smilyk, Sergey Stanislavovich Fomanyuk, I. Rusetsky, G. Kolbasov
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157-166