Alexey Kapustin

Pryazovskyi State Technical University, Mariupol, Ukraine
Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor
Head of Department of Chemical Technology and Engineering

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Researcher ID: CWU-1155-2022
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Selected Publications:

  1. Malchevskiy, V. A., Beregovoi, V. A., Boldyrev, S. A., Kapustin, A. E., Subbotin, A. M., Petrov, S. A. (2021). The use of an additive of exometabolite of the bacillus cereus microorganism, obtained from watered-down soils, as a plasticizer to improve the strength of cement solutions. BAIKAL – GATEWAY TO ASIA, 122–126. doi: 

  2. Butenko, E. O., Kapustin, A. E. (2020). Mercarbide Catalyst for Alcohol Ethoxylation. Journal of Siberian Federal University. Chemistry, 13 (3), 330–339. doi: 

  3. Dan, O., Butenko, E., Kapustin, A. (2015). Neutralisation of hydrogen sulfide from industrial waste water by oxidation. Water and Ecology, 3, 49.

  4. Kolyada, Yu. E., Fedun, V. I., Tyutyunnikov, V. I., Savinkov, N. A., Kapustin, A. E. (2013). Formation mechanism of the metallic nanostructures using pulsed axial electrothermal plasma accelerator. Problems of Atomic Science and Technology, 4, 297–300.

  5. Butenko, É. O., Kapustina, E. V., Kapustin, A. E., Kravchenko, V. S., Gromilov, S. A., Guegan, R. (2011). Changes in the structure of Mg x Al y (OH) z layered double hydroxides during the adsorption of organic compounds. Journal of Structural Chemistry, 52 (2), 436–438. doi: 

  6. Kapustin, A. (2010). Mercarbide: An unusual organomercury polymer. Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 254 (11-12), 1290–1294. doi: 

  7. Kapustina, E. V., Kozlovskij, R. A., Shvets, V. F., Kapustin, A. E. (2005). Active centers of carbon in reaction of hydrogenizing the carboxylic compounds. Khimicheskaya Promyshlennost, 4, 209–215.

  8. Zvereva, M. V., Makarov, M. G., Kapustin, A. E. (1998). Reaction of alcohols with α-oxides in the presence of layered double catalysts. Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters, 65 (2), 349–354. doi: 

  9. Kapustin, A. E. (1991). Inorganic anion exchangers. Russian Chemical Reviews, 60 (12), 1398–1416. doi: