- Modeling and synthesis of transition metals complexes containing various (O, N, P, 8) ligands.
- Study of catalytic, magnetic and phosphorescent properties of obtained complexes depending on the coordination environment of the transition metal atom.
- Establishment of direct “structure-property” and an inverse “property-synthesis” of relationships oriented toward directional generation of materials with specified properties.
- in analytical chemistry (reagents of analytical chemistry are widely used in gravimetric and titrimetry methods of analysis as precipitators and coprecipitators while declustering and concentrating of substances is used as masking agents; extraction is one of the extensive fields of reagents application; the reagents are needed for ion exchange, electrophoretic and other separation methods; the analytical reagents are important for many physical and physicochemical methods of analysis, for example, amperometry, radioactivation, chemical spectrum analysis; organic reagents have a promising application for Gas Chromatography (for fast separation and specification of elements).
- for structure evaluation of various ligands and its usage in the synthesis of new substances for the production of industrial catalysts (e.g. Ziegler-Natta, Friedel-Crafts, Grubbs, etc.)
study peculiarities of transition metals synthesis in different (O, N, P, 8) -ligand environment as well as study of catalytical, magnetic, photophysical properties of synthesized compounds and its interrelation with structure.