Rostyslav Linnik

Rostyslav Linnik


Ph. D.

researcher
   Analytical Chemistry Department
   Faculty of Chemistry
   Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University

Staff Editor of scientific journal
   Methods and objects of chemical analysis ("Metody ta objekty khimichnoho analizu")

address: 64, Volodymyrska street, 01033 Kyiv, Ukraine

.: +38(044)239-33-11
e-mail: linnik_ros@univ.kiev.ua

Journal "Methods and objects of chemical analysis" on-line

Research interests:

- investigation of metal speciation in natural surface waters;

- kinetic (chemiluminescent), voltammetric, and chromatographic methods of the investigation of element speciation;

- study of metal ions complexation with dissolved organic matters of natural water;

- environmental chemical analysis, ecological monitoring of water bodies.


Education and degrees:

Ph. D., analytical chemistry, 2004

M.Sc. (honoured): analytical chemistry, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, 2000

Bachelor (honoured): analytical chemistry, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, 1999


Professional Appointments:

since 2009 - researcher, Ph.D., analytical chemistry department

2005-2008 - young researcher, Ph.D., analytical chemistry department

2005 - young researcher, assistant professor, analytical chemistry department

2003-2004 - young researcher, analytical chemistry department

2000-2003 - post-graduate student, analytical chemistry department

1995-2000 - student, the faculty of chemistry of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, "analytical chemistry" speciality


Dissertation thesis for a Candidates degree in chemical science

"Hyphenated spectroscopic methods for the determination of vanadium, iron, cobalt and copper speciation in natural water"

Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, 2004

Advisor: Prof. Olga Zaporozhets

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Publications:

40 scientific papers including 2 reviews, 15 original articles, 2 textbooks and manuals for students, and 21 abstracts of the reports at the conferences and symposia.

   Articles:

1. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A., Linnik P.N. Forms of existence of dissolved cobalt in water of the Dnieper reservoirs and its some tributaries // Khimiya i Tekhnologiya Vody (Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology). - 1999. - 21, 5. - P. 471-484.
2. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A. Calculating and experimental methods of investigation of the cobalt and nickel coexisting forms in the Dnipro reservoirs // Hydrology, hydrochemistry and hydroecology. - yiv, Nica-Centr, 2001. - V. 2. - P. 441-450.
3. Zaporozhets O.A., Linnik R.P. Chemiluminiscent determination of trace amounts of sulphide-ions // Visnyk Kyivskogo natsionalnogo universytetu imeni Tarasa Shevchenka. Khimia (Bull. Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. Chemistry). - 2002. - Vol. 38. - P. 26-29.
4. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A. Solid-phase reagent for molecular spectroscopic determination of heavy metal speciation in natural water // Anal. Bioanal. Chem. - 2003. - 375. - P. 1083-1088 (full-text, pdf, 0,47 Mb)
5. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A. Comparative estimation of calculated and experimental data of coexisting forms of iron, cobalt, and nickel in fresh surface waters // Ekologicheskaja khimia (Ecological chemistry). - 2003. - 12, 2. - P.79-92 (full-text, pdf, 0,69 Mb)
6. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A. Photochemical sample preparation as important step in investigation of iron(III) and cobalt(II) in natural waters // Visnyk Kyivskogo natsionalnogo universytetu imeni Tarasa Shevchenka. Khimia (Bull. Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. Chemistry). - 2003. - Vol. 39. - P. 19-22.
7. Linnik R.P., Vasylchuk T.A., Zaporozhets O.A. Vanadium speciation in natural waters // Khimiya i Tekhnologiya Vody (Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology). - 2003. - V. 25, 6. - P.549-563.
8. Linnik P.N., Vasilchuk T.A., Linnik R.P. Humic Substances of Natural Waters and Their Importance for Aquatic Ecosystems: a Review // Hydrobiol. J. - 2004. - Vol. 40, 1. - . 81-107.
9. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A., Linnik P.N. Methodological peculiarities of the investigation of speciation of metals in different oxidation states in natural waters // The Black Sea ecological problems: Collected papers. - Odesa: SCSEIO, 2004. - P.301-305.
10. Linnik P.N., Vasilchuk T.A., Linnik R.P. The role of humic substances in aquatic ecosystems // Bull. of Ternopil National Pedagogical University. "Biology", issue "Hydroecology". - 2005. - 3 (26). - P. 244-246.
11. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A. Vanadium, iron, cobalt and copper coexisting forms in water of the Dnieper reservoirs and some ukrainian river // Bull. of Ternopil National Pedagogical University. "Biology", issue "Hydroecology". - 2005. - 3 (26). - P. 246-248.
12. Linnik R.P., Linnik P.N., Zaporozhets O.A. Methods of investigation of metal speciation in natural waters (Review) // Metody i obiekty khimicheskogo analiza (Methods and objects of chemical analysis). - 2006. - V.1, 1. - P. 4-26. (full-text, pdf, 0,77 Mb)
13. Zaporozhets O.A., Linnik R.P., Volovenko O.B., Radzievska T.M. 1-(4-adamantyl-2-thiasolylazo-)-2-naphtol immobilized on silica surface in copper speciation analysis in natural // Metody i objekty himicheskogo analiza. - 2007. - V.2, 1. - P. 40-50.
14. Linnik R.P., Zaporozhets O.A. Chemiluminescent and sorption-spectrophotometric methods as effective tools for monitoring of water bodies metal pollution // Bull. of Ternopil National Pedagogical University. "Biology", issue "Evaluation of the ecological status of water bodies and hydrobionts adaptation". - 2008. - 3(37). - P.87-92.
15. Linnik P.N, Vasilchuk T.A., Linnik R.P.,Ignatenko I.I. The co-existing forms of heavy metals in surface waters of Ukraine and the role of organic matter in their migration // Metody i objekty himicheskogo analiza. - 2007. - V. 2, 2. - P. 130-145.
16. Linnik P.M, Zhezherya V.., Linnik R.P. Al(III) complexation with humic substances as an important factor of its migration in surface water bodies // Hydrology, hydrochemistry and hydroecology. Kyiv, 2009. - Issue 17. - P. 127-133.
17. Linnik P.N., Zhezherya V.., Linnik R.P. About some features of Al(III) complexation with humic substances // Metody ta objekty khimichnoho analizu (Methods and objects of chemical analysis). - 2009. - V. 4, 1. - P. 73-84.

   Textbooks and lab manuals for students:

1. Zaporozhets O.A., Linnik R.P.
"Methodological approaches to speciation of metals in natural waters", selected chapters of the course "Metal species in environmental objects and the methods of their investigation", textbook, 2005, 47 p.
2. Zaporozhets .., Nadzhafova O.Yu., Smyk N.I., Zin`ko L.S., Lysenko O.M., Doroschuk V.O., Verba V.V., Kostenko L.S., Ischenko V.B. Practicum in analytical chemistry, 2005, 50 p. (full-text, pdf, 2,2 Mb)


   all publications


Participation in conferences:

   Oral (6):

1st 2nd All-Ukrainian student and post-graduate student conferences "Modern problems of chemistry" (Kyiv, May 2000, 2001)

All-Russian conference "Actual problems of analytical chemistry" (Moscow, Russia, 2002)

1st and 2nd All-Ukrainian scientific conferences "Hydrology, hydrochemistry and hydroecology" (Kyiv, 2001 and 2003)

International conference "Analytical chemistry and chemical analysis", AC&CA-05 (Kyiv, September 2005)

   Poster (13):

9th Annual Meeting of SETAC-Europe "Quality of Life and Cultured Landscapes" (Leipzig, Germany, 1999)

12th Annual Meeting of SETAC-Europe "Challenges in environmental Risk Assessment and Modelling: Linking Basic and Applied Research" (Vena, Austria, 2002)

Euroanalysis XII (Dortmund, Germany, 2002)

5th All-Russian conference on the analysis of environmental objects "Ecoanalytics-2003" (Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2003)

International forum "Analytics and Analysts" (Voronezh, Russia, 2003)

International Congress on Analytical Sciences ICAS-2006 (Moscow, Russia, 2006)

   abstracts of conference reports (included in the full list of publications)


Awards and honours:

II award of the scientific student conference (Kyiv, May 1999)

Young Europeans Environmental Research (YEER) grant for the participation in 9th Annual Meeting of SETAC-Europe "Quality of Life and Cultured Landscapes" (Leipzig, Germany, 1999)

National Academy of Science of Ukraine award for student (March 2000)

I award of the 2d All-Ukrainian student and post-graduate student conference "Modern problems of chemistry", (Kyiv, May 2001)

Grant of Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) for the participation in the All-Russian conference "Actual problems of analytical chemistry" (Moscow, Russia, 2002)

Grant of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) for the participation in Euroanalysis XII (Dortmund, Germany, 2002)

Grant of the President of Ukraine for talanted youth for the realization of the project "Immobilized organic reagents for the express-control of the contents of heavy metal toxic forms in natural waters" (2003-2004)

Grant of the President of Ukraine for young scientists for the support of scientific researches "The modern methods and approaches to the improvement of the ecoanalytical monitoring of the water bodies of Ukraine" (2006)


Teaching:

Labs and seminars in analytical chemistry for the I year students of the faculty of biology (2002)

Labs "Kinetic methods of analysis" for the 5th year students of the faculty of chemistry (2003-2006).

Lecture course and seminars, "Analytical Chemistry" for the 3d year students of the faculty of geography (2004).

Labs and seminars in analytical chemistry for the II year students of the faculty of chemistry (2004-05)


Social records:

Born September 20, 1978 in Kyiv, Ukraine
Family: married
Language abilities: Ukrainian, Russian, German, English


Hobbies:

photography, travels, wood-carving.
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