His scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Spin isomers of hydrogen, Analytical chemistry, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Photochemistry. His work on Propene as part of general Catalysis study is frequently linked to Homogeneous, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Spin isomers of hydrogen research integrates issues from Heterogeneous catalysis, Spin states and Induced polarization.
His Analytical chemistry research incorporates themes from Hydrogen, Mass transfer, Egg white and Porosity. Igor V. Koptyug studies Hyperpolarization which is a part of Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Polarization, Diphenylphosphine oxide and Kinetic isotope effect.
Igor V. Koptyug mainly focuses on Spin isomers of hydrogen, Catalysis, Hyperpolarization, Analytical chemistry and Photochemistry. Igor V. Koptyug works mostly in the field of Spin isomers of hydrogen, limiting it down to topics relating to Propane and, in certain cases, Spin states, as a part of the same area of interest. His research in Catalysis intersects with topics in Inorganic chemistry, Hydrogen and Propyne.
His Hyperpolarization study improves the overall literature in Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Within one scientific family, Igor V. Koptyug focuses on topics pertaining to Porosity under Analytical chemistry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Adsorption. His research integrates issues of Triple bond, Double bond, Radical and Electron paramagnetic resonance in his study of Photochemistry.
His primary areas of study are Spin isomers of hydrogen, Hyperpolarization, Catalysis, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Induced polarization. His study in Spin isomers of hydrogen is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Polarization, Photochemistry, Molecule and Rhodium. His Hyperpolarization study combines topics in areas such as Pyridine, Spins, Diethyl ether and Analytical chemistry.
His work deals with themes such as Hydrogen, Propyne and Medicinal chemistry, which intersect with Catalysis. His studies in Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy integrate themes in fields like Isotopic labeling, Chemical reaction, Heterogeneous catalysis and Phosphonium. His Induced polarization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Molecular tweezers, Optoelectronics and Atmospheric temperature range.
Igor V. Koptyug spends much of his time researching Hyperpolarization, Spin isomers of hydrogen, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Signal amplification and Catalysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Magnetic susceptibility, Spins, Chemical substance and Electromagnetic shielding. His Spin isomers of hydrogen research incorporates elements of Polarization, Propargyl, Medicinal chemistry and Induced polarization.
His studies deal with areas such as Optoelectronics, Moiety and Solvent as well as Induced polarization. His study on Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Propane gas. His study connects Combinatorial chemistry and Catalysis.
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Development of new methods in modern selective organic synthesis: preparation of functionalized molecules with atomic precision
V. P. Ananikov;V. P. Ananikov;L. L. Khemchyan;Yu V. Ivanova;V. I. Bukhtiyarov;V. I. Bukhtiyarov.
Russian Chemical Reviews (2014)
NMR Imaging of Catalytic Hydrogenation in Microreactors with the Use of para-Hydrogen
Louis-S. Bouchard;Scott R. Burt;M. Sabieh Anwar;Kirill V. Kovtunov.
Observation of Parahydrogen‐Induced Polarization in Heterogeneous Hydrogenation on Supported Metal Catalysts
Kirill V. Kovtunov;Irene E. Beck;Valery I. Bukhtiyarov;Igor V. Koptyug.
Angewandte Chemie (2008)
para-Hydrogen-induced polarization in heterogeneous hydrogenation reactions.
Igor V. Koptyug;Kirill V. Kovtunov;Scott R. Burt;M. Sabieh Anwar.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007)
(2,4,6-TRIMETHYLBENZOYL)DIPHENYLPHOSPHINE OXIDE PHOTOCHEMISTRY. A DIRECT TIME-RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF BOTH RADICAL FRAGMENTS
Gregory W. Sluggett;Claudia Turro;Michael W. George;Igor V. Koptyug.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
Strong 31P nuclear spin hyperpolarization produced via reversible chemical interaction with parahydrogen
Vladimir V. Zhivonitko;Ivan V. Skovpin;Igor V. Koptyug.
Chemical Communications (2015)
Hyperpolarized NMR Spectroscopy: d-DNP, PHIP, and SABRE Techniques.
Kirill V. Kovtunov;Kirill V. Kovtunov;Ekaterina V. Pokochueva;Ekaterina V. Pokochueva;Oleg G. Salnikov;Oleg G. Salnikov;Samuel F. Cousin.
Chemistry-an Asian Journal (2018)
Laser Flash Photolysis and Time-Resolved ESR Study of Phosphinoyl Radical † Structure and Reactivity §
Gregory W. Sluggett;Peter F. McGarry;Igor V. Koptyug;Nicholas J. Turro.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1996)
The Feasibility of Formation and Kinetics of NMR Signal Amplification by Reversible Exchange (SABRE) at High Magnetic Field (9.4 T)
Danila A. Barskiy;Kirill V. Kovtunov;Igor V. Koptyug;Ping He.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Irreversible Catalyst Activation Enables Hyperpolarization and Water Solubility for NMR Signal Amplification by Reversible Exchange
Milton L. Truong;Fan Shi;Ping He;Bingxin Yuan.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2014)
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