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Andrei Navakouski

EN | RU

Senior Researcher
PhD (Chemistry)

Department: Laboratory of physical and chemical investigations
e-mail: Navakouski@bsu.by
Phone: +375 (17) 209-53-00

 

 

  • h-index (Scopus) - 4
  • h-index (Google scholar) – 5

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=MoHZf4oAAAAJ&hl=ru

Subject and Class of Degree

  • 2010-2015 – Faculty of Chemistry, Belarusian State University;
  • 2016 – Master Courses, Belarusian State University;
  • 2016-2020 – PhD courses, Belarusian State University;
  • 2020 – PhD thesis title: Interface-equilibria triggered dynamic diffusion model of the phase-boundary potential: development and application for describing the functioning of ion-selective electrodes in non-steady-state conditions

Career

  • 2015 – Engineer, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, Belarusian State University;
  • 2015 – 2016 – Trainee of Junior Researcher, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, Belarusian State University;
  • 2016 – 2021 – Junior Researcher, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, Belarusian State University;
  • 2021 – Researcher, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, Belarusian State University;
  • Since 2021 – Senior Researcher, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, Belarusian State University.

Current research activity

  • ion-selective electrodes;
  • mathematical modeling of the response of film potentiometric sensors.

List of Selected Publications:

  1. Egorov V.V.,  Novakovskii A.D., Salih F.A.,  Semenov A.V., Akayeu Y.B. Description of the effects of non‐ion‐exchange extraction and intra‐membrane interactions on the ion‐selective electrodes response within the interface equilibria‐triggered model // Electroanalysis. 2020.  Vol. 32. № 4.  P. 674–682.
  2. Egorov V.V., Novakovskii A.D. Overcoming of one more pitfall in boundary element calculations with computer simulations of ion-selective electrode responsei // ACS Omega.  2019.  Vol. 4.  P. 1617–1622.
  3. Egorov V.V., Novakovskii A.D. On the possibilities of potentiometric analysis in presence of small concentrations of highly interfering foreign ions: Ways for reducing the interference // J. Electroanal. Chem. 2019. Vol. 847. №13234.  P. 1–6.
  4. Egorov V.V., Novakovskii A.D., Zdrachek E.A. An interface equilibria-triggered time-dependent diffusion model of the boundary potential and its application for the numerical simulation of the ion-selective electrode response in real systems// Anal. Chem. 2018.  Vol. 90. P. 1309–1316.
  5. Egorov V.V., Novakovskii A.D. Application of the interface equilibria-triggered dynamic diffusion model of the boundary potential for the numerical simulation of neutral carrier-based ion-selective electrodes response // Anal. Chim. Acta. 2018. Vol. 1043. P. 20–27.
  6. Egorov V.V., Novakovskii A.D.,  Zdrachek E.A. A simple dynamic diffusion model of the response of highly selective electrodes: the effect of simulation parameters and boundary conditions on the results of calculations // Russ. J. Electrochem.  2018.  Vol. 54. P. 381–390.
  7. Egorov V.V., Novakovskii A.D., Zdrachek E.A. Modeling of the effect of diffusion processes on the response of ion-selective electrodes by the finite difference technique: Comparison of theory with experiment and critical evaluation // J. Anal. Chem. 2017. Vol. 72, №7. P. 793–802.