Dmitry Kovalenko

Dmitry Kovalenko
Francisk Skorina Gomel State University · Physics and Information Technology

PhD

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Introduction
Dmitry Kovalenko currently works at the Physics and Information Technology, Gomel State University. Dmitry does research in Solid State Physics, Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics. Their current project is 'Dmitry kovalenko'.

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The present work presents the results of the investigation of multiferroic materials (BiFeO3 and Bi1-xSmXFeO3) with perovskite structure, which possesses two types of orderings: ferromagnetic and ferroelectric. Also, the obtained samples were investigated by Raman spectroscopy to provide detailed information about chemical structure, phase purity a...
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The paper describes the sol-gel method for producing photocatalytic materials based on titanium oxide. The temperature-time regimes of heat treatment of the obtained materials are determined. The surface properties of the resulting coatings were studied by scanning electron microscopy and asthmatic force microscopy. The photocatalytic properties of...
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The present work aims to design and study novel functional materials with multiferroic properties required in electric applications, such as magnetic and magnetoresistive sensors, actuators, microwave electronic devices, phase shifters, mechanical actuators etc. Complex oxides BiFeO3 and Bi0,9La0,1FeO3 for analysis of its structural properties were...
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The present work aims to design and study novel functional materials with multiferroic properties required in electric applications, such as magnetic and magnetoresistive sensors, actuators, microwave electronic devices, phase shifters, mechanical actuators etc. Complex oxides BiFeO 3 for analysis of its magnetic properties were synthesized by sol-...

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Develop recognition mechanisms for Degree programmes meeting TUNING criteria aimed at developing internationalization of HEIs