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The beginning of research in the field of chemical sciences at the university dates back to the time of the founding of the chemical laboratory – 1928. In 1933, the Faculty of Chemistry was established at the university. In two years, the Institute of Chemical Research will start working there. His laboratories conduct research on important sections of chemistry: inorganic, organic, analytical, physical and colloidal chemistry.
Scientific research in the field of organic chemistry was started in the 1920s by Professor L.N.Parfentiev. In the field of synthesis in the period 1933-1941 he studied the properties of some organophosphorus compounds (L.N.Parfentiev, M.X.Shadiev, A.A.Samshurin), organic sodium (S.P.Lagerev, A.N.Bin), olefins (K.M.Shodmonov) and their derivatives (A.A.Shamshurin, R.A.Ibodulin).
A very important place is occupied by research works on the plant resources of the Zarafshan valley (M.M.Abramov, S.M.Strepkov) among those who made a great contribution to the development of research in the field of chemistry of plant substances - Prof. G.V.Lazarevsky (later Academician of the Republic of Moldova) and Academician O.S.Sadykov initiated the study of alkaloids of plant raw materials central Asian republics.
From 1933 to 1941, about 200 students studied, during these years 125 students graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry, more than 12 of them defended their candidate dissertations. V.I.Ezdakov, N.Ilyasov, B.Kruglov, S.Yusupov defend doctoral dissertations. K.Veselov receives the title of professor.
With the outbreak of World War II in 1941, the Faculty of Chemistry, like other faculties of the University, ceased to exist. Students and all educational equipment enter the Saga (Central Asian State University).
In 1944, Uzsu was restored, but the chemical faculty was not restored, and only the interfaculty Department of General Chemistry was opened. The department is headed by a former student of the Faculty of Chemistry, Associate Professor Ibodulin Rashid Abdurakhmanovich. In 1959, he entered the evening department of chemistry. Students of this department and the Department of General Chemistry were part of the Faculty of Biology.
In the academic year 1960-1961, the Faculty of Chemistry again begins its activities as part of the university, and in the same year students are admitted to both full-time and evening departments, and chemistry as an independent faculty is completely separated from the Faculty of Biology. R.A.Ibodullin was elected the first dean of the chemical faculty restored after the war. In 1959-1964 R.A.Ibodullin as the head of the faculty, his merits in the development, improvement of the educational process, staffing the faculty with highly qualified teachers and laboratory assistants are invaluable.
In connection with the opening of the Architectural and Construction Institute in Samarkand in 1964, domlu was invited to work there, given his great organizational skills. First as vice-rector, and then for the rest of his life as dean. In 1964-1974 he served as Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry. M.M.Abramov performs. During this period, the Faculty of Chemistry became one of the most mature faculties of the university. In this M.M., the merits of Abramov as dean and head of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry are great.
1974 Acting Dean of ASSOC. X.I.Mardeev performs. In 1975, associate professor of the Department of Organic Chemistry N.V.Abdullayev was elected dean and held this position until 1983. Sh.V.Abdullayev, the second graduate of the Faculty of Chemistry after the restoration after the war, was a young senior.
The years 1970-1980 coincide with the present heyday of the Faculty of Chemistry. Of those who graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry during this period, 64 people will defend their dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Chemical Sciences, one person-D.I.Ivnitsky successfully defended his doctoral dissertation at Moscow State University. He was the first Doctor of Chemistry to graduate from that time.
Since 1970, the annual contingent of the faculty has reached 550 people, of which 250 were full-time students, and 300 were evening students. Even now, about 200 students graduate from the Faculty of Chemistry annually.
The faculty staff also strives to conduct a large and diverse educational, educational work for the same purpose. Samarkand chemists, scientists and trainers work enthusiastically in the spirit of independence and constantly strive to train mature chemists in new specialties.