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Alexander Roshal

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V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine

Doctor of Sciences, Senior Researcher, Head of Department

Research Institute of Chemistry, Department of Physical Organic Chemistry


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Selected Publications:

1. Ponomarev, O. A., Sanin, E. V., Chepeleva, L. V., Roshal, A. D. (2018). Electronic absorption spectra and fluorescent properties of non-associated 16,17-bis(alkoxy)violanthrone dyes and their dependence on the nature of substituent and solvent's parameters. Dyes and Pigments, 156, 45–52. doi: 

2. Serdiuk, I. E., Wera, M., Roshal, A. D. (2018). Structural and Spectral Features of 4′-Substituted 2′-Hydroxychalcones in Solutions and Crystals: Spectroscopic and Theoretical Investigations. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 122 (8), 2030–2038. doi: 

3. Glibitskiy, D. M., Gorobchenko, O. A., Nikolov, O. T., Cheipesh, T. A., Roshal, A. D., Zibarov, A. M. et. al. (2018). Effect of gamma-irradiation of bovine serum albumin solution on the formation of zigzag film textures. Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 144, 231–237. doi: 

4. Serdiuk, I. E., Roshal, A. D. (2017). Exploring double proton transfer: A review on photochemical features of compounds with two proton-transfer sites. Dyes and Pigments, 138, 223–244. doi: 

5. Kaliteevskaya, E., Krutyakova, V., Razumova, T., Roshal, A., Starovoytov, A. (2017). Optical properties and component composition of layers of cyanine dyes on dielectric supports: influence of asymmetry of the molecular electron density distribution. Optical and Quantum Electronics, 49 (1). doi: 

6. Mchedlov-Petrossyan, N. O., Cheipesh, T. A., Roshal, A. D., Doroshenko, A. O., Vodolazkaya, N. A. (2016). Fluorescence of aminofluoresceins as an indicative process allowing one to distinguish between micelles of cationic surfactants and micelle-like aggregates. Methods and Applications in Fluorescence, 4 (3), 034002. doi: 

7. Mishurov, D., Voronkin, A., Roshal, A., Brovko, O. (2016). Relaxation behavior and nonlinear properties of thermally stable polymers based on glycidyl derivatives of quercetin. Optical Materials, 57, 179–184. doi: