Myroslav Holovko

Head of department
Institute for Condensed Matter Physics, Department for Theory of Solutions
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Fields of interest:

  • Soft Matter Theory Simple
  • Complex Liquids
  • Electrolyte and Nonelectrolyte Solutions
  • Solvation and Associative Phenomena
  • Cation Hydrolysis
  • Self-assembling Liquids
  • Microemulsions, Micelles
  • Colloids
  • Anisotropic Liquids
  • Liquids on the Surface and in Porous Media


Recent publications:

M. Holovko:
Concept of ion association in the theory of electrolyte solutions,
In: D. Henderson, M. Holovko and A. Trokhymchuk (Eds.):
Ionic Soft Matter: Modern trends in theory and applications,
NATO Science Series. II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 206, Springer 2005, pp. 43-81.

M. Holovko, J.P. Badiali and D. di Caprio:
Contact conditions for the charge in the theory of the electrical double layer,
J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 123, (2005), 234705.

M. Holovko, M. Druchok and T. Bryk:
Primitive model for cation hydrolysis; A molecular dynamic study,
J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 123, (2005), pp. 15405-15413.

M. Holovko, M. Druchok and T. Bryk:
A molecular dynamics modelling of cation hydrolysis effects,
J. Electroanalytical Chem., Vol. 582, (2005), pp. 50-56.

T. Patsahan, A. Trokhymchuk and M. Holovko:
Application of association theory to liquid/vapor coexistence in a simple fluid adsorbed in porous media,
J. Mol. Liquids, Vol. 105(2-3), (2003), pp. 227-230.

E.V. Vakarin, M.F. Holovko and P. Piotrowiak:
Ion­pairing effects in intramolecular electron transfer,
Chem. Phys. Lett., Vol. 363, (2002), pp. 7-12.

M.F. Holovko:
Association and clusterization in liquids and solutions. A multidensity integral equation approach,
J. Mol. Liq., Vol. 96-97, (2002), pp. 65-85.

J. Barthel, H. Krienke, R. Neuder and M.F. Holovko:
The role of ion­aggregate formation in the calculation of physical properties of electrolyte solutions,
Fluid Phase Equilibria, Vol. 194-197, (2002), pp. 107-122.

M.F. Holovko, V. Kapko, D. Henderson and D. Boda:
On the influence of ionic association on the capacitance of an electrical double layer,
Chem. Phys. Lett., Vol. 342, (2001), pp. 363-368.

T.G. Sokolovska, R.O. Sokolovskii and M.F. Holovko:
Nematic model in the presence of a finite disorienting field: Integral equation approach,
Phys. Rev. E., Vol. 64, (2001), pp. 051710-051717.