Ananieva E.A.

Ananieva Elena A.

Degree: Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Chemistry
Academic title: Associate Professor

Associate Professor

Department of General Chemistry (19) / Institute of General Professional Training
Works at MEPhI since 1986

Education

1969 — Moscow State University of Fine Chemical Technologies

Courses

1. Chemistry
2. Chemistry (Radiation Chemistry)
3. Modern Issues in Physical Chemistry
4. Organic Chemistry
5. Physical Chemistry

Publication activity

5
h-index (Web of Science)
2
h-index (Scopus)
  1. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Research of the component of the hybrid alumosilicic reagent - Aluminum sulfate in the process of water treatment // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2018 Vol. 1099, No. 1, Q4 doi
  2. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Reagent purification and pre-treatment of water in water supply systems with desalination complex // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2018 Vol. 1099, No. 1, Q4 doi
  3. Article
    MEPhI publication
    Methodological aspects of including information about the latest scientific and technological achievements in chemistry course for engineering physics training programs // Phisics in Higher Education, 2017 Vol. Т. 23, No. N 1 pp. 159-170
  4. Article
    MEPhI publication
    Incoming Control of Knowledge in Chemistry - the First Step to the Formation of Professional Competences of Physical Engeneering Specialities // Phisics in Higher Education, 2017 Vol. Т. 23, No. N 2 pp. 143-153
  5. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Crystallization of calcium carbonate with the filtration of aqueous solutions through a microporous membrane // Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2017 Vol. 91, No. 11, Q4 pp. 2121-2123 doi
  6. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Investigation of application possibility of quasi-softening for scale formation decrease // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2016 Vol. 751, No. 1 doi
  7. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    On the interrelation between the methodologies of chemistry and physics // Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2016 Vol. 90, No. 2, Q4 pp. 511-516 doi
  8. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Nonlinear contribution of hydrophobic hydration in osmotic coefficients of electrolyte solutions // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 72 pp. 73-78 doi