I have a lifelong interest and fascination with molecular interactions at liquid-solid interfaces in equilibrium and under dynamic conditions. Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is an excellent analytical method for separation and identification of complex mixtures and it is also a very powerful tool for studying intermolecular interactions, kinetics of adsorption processes, surface effects and flow dynamics. My research focuses on the development of HPLC theory, study of retention mechanism on the basis of adsorption from solutions and the study of the influence of specific factors such as salt type, concentration, hydrophobicity of ions on the retention of different analytes.
- Ph.D., Moscow State University
- M.S., Moscow State University
- "Surface Area of Reversed-Phase HPLC Columns", Analytical Chemistry, 80(16) 6358- 6364, DOI 10.1021/ac800772s, July 2008
- "Enhancing Productivity in the Analytical Laboratory Through the use of Ultra Fast HPLC in Preformulation/Formulation Development", Journal of Liquid Chromatography, 31(15), 2253- 2285, June 2008
- "Liophilic Mobile Phase Additives in Reversed-Phase HPLC", Journal of Liquid Chromatography, 31(11) and (12), 1522- 1567, May 2008