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Flytande helium NMR spektrometer
"Filling of liquid helium into a superconducting magnet of a Chemagnetics 360 NMR spectrometer": from left to right: Shubhankar Bhattacharyya, Oleg N. Antzutkin, Faiz Ullah Shah, Vasantha Gowda and Mamoun Taher. View original picture , opens in new tab/window

Chemistry of Interfaces

We develop new types of ionic liquids that are a revolutionary, environmentally friendly and effective type of lubricant with applications in the entire tribology area. We study and develop environmentally friendly functional collectors for the separation of minerals and environmentally friendly flame retardants from naturally occurring substances.

The research discipline Chemistry of Interfaces uses spectroscopy and potentiometry to study surface adsorption processes in various applications.

Chemistry of Interfaces Oct 2020 at Luleå University of Technology Photo: Richard Renberg
Chemistry of Interfaces Oct 2020 at Luleå University of Technology Photo: Richard Renberg

From right to left: Oleg N. Antzutkin, Preeti Jain, Manishkumar Shimpi, Mukhtiar Ahmed, Inayat Ali Khan, Andrei Filippov, Anuttam Patra, Aleksis Nevanperä Ymerstam and Faiz Ullah Shah. Absent: Lars Gunneriusson, Eva Gunneriusson and Anna-Carin Larsson.

RSC Advances, Vol. 10, nr. 13, s. 7585-7599
ChemistrySelect, Vol. 5, nr. 29, s. 8882-8891
Molecules, Vol. 25, nr. 10
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