A graduate of the Department of Physical and Colloid Chemistry, Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, RUDN, Russia (field of study - "Chemistry" (supervisor – V.M. Gryaznon, Academician of the RAS).
Defended his thesis for the Candidate of Chemical Sciences degree in "Physical Chemistry" on "The effect of disperse layers of nickel, ruthenium and rhodium on the catalytic activity in the reaction of carbon dioxide with hydrogen and on hydrogen permeability of palladium-ruthenium alloys".
Was awarded the academic title of Senior research fellow.
Defended his doctoral thesis in "Physical Chemistry” on "Composite membranes for hydrogen extraction from gas mixtures, catalytic systems for steam and carbon dioxide conversion of methane, detoxification of exhaust gases and hydrogenation of carbon oxides".
Was elected Head of the Department of Physical and Colloid Chemistry, RUDN, Russia.
Lectures on the following courses: "Chromatography", "Foundations of Ecological Expertise", "Actual problems of modern chemistry", "Catalysis", "Heterogeneous catalysis", "Chromatography in catalysis", "Chromatographic analysis methods".
- Under Y. Serov’s supervision studies are carried out on the development of a new-generation of catalysts on the systems of metal nanoparticles in inert matrices; on membrane catalysis, membrane methods of separation, purification and concentration of substances, as well as on gas chromatographic analysis of toxic organic substances content in the environment
- The development of highly efficient and selective hydrodehydrogenation catalysts and the production of olefins from carbon oxides; search for catalysts for low-temperature cracking of hydrocarbons; the development of chromatographic methods for the analysis of the content of anthropogenic organic pollutants in air, water and soil;
- On the results of the studies, Professor Serov has published more than 90 scientific articles
- In 2015 he was awarded the honorary diploma of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation
- On the results of the studies, Professor Serov has received 16 certificates for inventions
- - Member of the editorial board of “Butlerov Communications” journal
- The use of nanosystems for the development of promising membrane-catalytic and catalytic processes
- Studies on the development of a new-generation of catalysts on the system of metalnanoparticle in inert matrices; studies on the development of highly efficient processes for the production of light olefins from irrationally used gases and on carbon dioxide conversion of methane on their basis;
- Membrane catalysis, membrane methods of substances separation, purification and concentration, gas chromatography analysis of toxic organic substances content in the environment
- The development of highly efficient and selective catalysts for hydro-dehydrogenation and obtaining olefins from carbon oxides, search for catalysts for low-temperature cracking of hydrocarbons
- The development of chromatographic methods for the analysis of the content of anthropogenic organic pollutants in air, water and soil
Gryaznov V., Serov Yu.
GREENHOUSE GASES AND EMISSIONS CONTROL BY NEW CATALYSTS FREE OF PRECIOUS METALS
Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis. 2000.
Abstract:The usage of carbon dioxide as a chemical raw material is very important for the elimination of man-caused damage to the atmosphere. A systematic study of the catalytic properties of super-dispersed powders of iron group metals made at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia shows its activity in dry methane reforming and in the hydrogenation of carbon oxides with the C2-C3 olefins formation. The method for obtaining and distributing metal powders effect on the catalytic activity and selectivity, as well as the nature of refractory oxides powders used to fabricate matrices with metal powders, is observed in the article. The correct choice of matrix material allows to minimize the formation of the cooking solution during methane dry reforming.
T.F. Sheshko, Yu. M. Serov et al.
"HYDROGENATION" Edited by Iyad Karame
InTech 2012 1 - 369
Abstract: The possibility of obtaining olefins from a mixture of carbon oxides with hydrogen at atmospheric pressure, as well as determining the impact of the composition and characteristics of catalysts containing transition metal nanoparticles (Fe, Co, Ni, and Mn) on their activity and olefin selectivity is studied in this article. It is shown that active carbon formed as a result of dissociative adsorption of carbon oxides on the catalyst surface, is involved in the synthesis of hydrocarbons. The differences in the catalytic activity and selectivity of bimetallic samples are probably due to the different spillover rate of weakly bounded hydrogen (HI), as well as the rate of CHx radicals jumper- effect from one center to the others, where further hydrogenation undergoes. An increase of the catalyst dispersion can lead to a redistribution of the HI: HII ratio to weakly bonded hydrogen, which causes an olefin selectivity increase.
E. B. Markova, O. K. Krasilnikova, T. Yu. Grankina, and Yu. M. Serov
Effect of Conditions of Thermal Treatment on the Porous Structure of an Aluminum Oxide-Containing Nanofibrous Aerogel
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, Vol. 90, No. 8. 2016. З. p.1637 - 1641
Abstract: The effect the conditions of the thermal treatment have on the specific surface and the number of the primary adsorption centers. The relationship between changing adsorption characteristics and changes in the structure of nanofibrous aluminum oxide is considered.
T. F. Sheshko, Yu. M. Serov, TA Kryuchkova, IA Khairullina, IV Chislova, IA Zvereva
INTERACTION BETWEEN CARBON OXIDES, HYDROGEN AND FE2O3 AND AN + 1FENO3n + 1 (A = Gd, Sr, n = 1, 2, ...,)
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, V. 90, №6. 2016. P.1137-1 1142
Abstract: The interaction of hydrogen and oxygen with the surface of FO (III) and complex oxides An+1FenO3n+1 (A=Gd, Sr, n+1,2…. – the number of perovskite layers)was studied by the method of thermos programmable desorption. It was shown that in the case of carbon oxides molecular (forming carbonate-carboxylate complexes), and dissociative absorption occur. The ratio of the adsorption forms of the both oxides is determined by the structure of ferrites, the number of perovskite layers, by the valence state of iron and its coordination saturation. The presence of weakly and firmly bounded hydrogen was established and it was assumed that hydrogen dissolves in the perovskite volume.
T.F. Sheshko, Yu. M. Serov, M.V. Dement'eva, A. Shul'ga, I.V. Chislova, and I.A. Zvereva
Catalytic Hydrogenation of Carbon Monoxide over Nanostructured Perovskite-Like Gandolinium and Strontium Ferrites
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, Vol. 90, No. 5 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. 2016 p. 926 - 931
Abstract: The catalytic properties in the hydrogenation of carbon monoxide of perovskite-like ferrites (An + 1BnO3n + 1, where n = 1,2,3, ..., ∞, A = Gd, Sr, B = Fe) synthesized by ceramic and sol-gel technologies were studied . A relationship between catalytic activity, olefin selectivity and synthesis methods for complex oxides, the number of perovskite layers, the size of crystallites, the composition and the valence state of iron was established.
Serov Yu.M., Polyanskii N.B., Kabanov I.A., Berdonosov S.S.,., Gryaznov V.M.
HYDROGENATION OF CARBON OXIDES ON ULTRAFINE α-IRON PARTICLES
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A.2001.
Abstract :In this paper, a new approach to the process of hydrogenation of carbon oxides by α-iron catalyst has been shown; a comparative analysis of various catalysts as well as the influence of nature, bulk density and support surface properties on the catalytic characteristics of iron catalysts as has been considered.