February 18th, 2015

Baykov Yu. M.My name is Yurii Baikov
(or by passport Yury Baykov, or in Russian Юрий Михайлович Байков).
I was born 9th September 1933 in old russian sity Pskov. I have studied physics, physical chemistry, electrochemistry and engineering of the separation of isotopes in Leningrad Polytechnical Institute (now St-Petersburg Technical University) in 1952 -1958. Up to ~1970 I have worked in applied direction of Ioffe Physical Technical Institute of the Academy Science of USSR, namely isotopic analysis of lithium and working out of original model installation for deuterium enrichment of water. In 1973 I have received PhD degree Ioffe Physical Technical Institute of the Academy Science of USSR. After this my scientific interest was formed in basic research in the field of physical chemistry of stable isotopes of light chemical elements. From 1983 me was senior scientist and the head of special research team, which activity was directed to study of hydrogen in oxides: perovskite-proton conductors, oxide superconductors, manganates with colossal magnetoresistance. These investigations was performed in collaboration with Imperial College (UK), Risoe National Laboratory (Denmark), University of Oslo, Forschungzentrum Jülich, MPI für Festkörperforschung (Stuttgart).
From 2005 I am the head of the project aimed to study both basic and applied aspects of inorganic protonic conductors. My team has applied his effort to study new type of such materials, based on complex compounds of alkali hydroxides. These materials has turned out interesting from both basic point of view (protonic heterojunctions) and as promising electrolyte for electrochemical cells at room temperature and without noble metals.
I am the member of International Electrochemistry Society (ID 9831).
My main papers are presented on this site.
For instance:
i)BaikovYu.M. “Solid-hydroxide-proton conductors in new electrochemical cells “hydrogenated metal-protonics”” Solid State Ionics 2010, V 181 545-550
ii)Baikov Yu.M. “New electrochemical cells with membrane-electrode-assembly generating protonic heterojunctions “inorganic proton conductor-hydrogenated metal”” Journal of Power Sources 2009, V 193 371-375.
The number of my papers are near 100.

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