Research presentation

Mikael Björling

Mikael Björling är docent i kemi vid ATM.

Research presentation

Mikael Björling

Accociate Professor in Physical Chemistry
Senior Lecturer in Chemistry

Research subject: Kemi
Research domain: Environmental engineering

Mikael Björling belongs to the research group environmental technology and is interested in, among other things, air quality. Mikael also conducts research in subject didactics and learning of natural sciences.

CURRENT RESEARCH

Right now, Mikael Björling is involved in a research project on ventilation and conservation in collaboration with the University of Oslo prior to the remodeling of the Viking Museum in Oslo and a project on ventilation in schools in New Zealand in collaboration with the University of Auckland. Mikael is also the lead supervisor for Dan Wahlborg, who researches the release of allergens from birch pollen.

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Scholarly articles, refereed

Alsins, J., Björling, M., Furó, I. & Egle, V. (1999). Dimer formation of a stilbenesulphonic acid salt in aqueous solution. Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 12 (3), 171-175. [More information]
Björling, M., Pellicane, G. & Caccamo, C. (1999). On the application of Flory-Huggins and integral equation theories to asymmetric hard sphere mixtures. Journal of Chemical Physics, 111 (15), 6884-6889. [More information]
Herslöf-Björling, Å., Björling, M. & Sundelöf, L. (1999). The Counter- and Colon Influence on the Interaction between Sodium Hyaluronate and Tetradecyltrimethylammonium Bromide. Langmuir, 15 (2), 353-357. [More information]
Björling, M. (1998). Using end-confined chains to model end-absorbing, triblock copolymers : 1. Analytical approach. Macromolecules, 31 (25), 9026-9032. [More information]
Björling, M. & Stilbs, P. (1998). Using end-confined chains to model end-absorbing, triblock copolymers : 2. Numerical approach. Macromolecules, 31 (25), 9033-9043. [More information]
Björling, M., Herslöf-Björling, A. & Stilbs, P. (1995). An NMR Self-Diffusion Study of the Interaction between Sodium Hyaluronate and Tetradecyltrimethylammonium Bromide. Macromolecules, 28 (20), 6970-6975. 10.1021/ma00124a038 [More information]
Halle, B. & Björling, M. (1995). Microemulsions as macroelectrolytes. Journal of Chemical Physics, 103 (4), 1655-1668. [More information]
Lisiecki, I., Bjorling, M., Motte, L., Ninham, B. & Pileni, M. (1995). Synthesis of Copper Nanosize Particles in Anionic Reverse Micelles : Effect of the Addition of a Cationic Surfactant on the Size of the Crystallites. Langmuir, 11 (7), 2385-2392. 10.1021/la00007a012 [More information]
Björling, M. (1992). Interaction between Surfaces with Attached Poly(ethylene oxide) Chains. Macromolecules, 25 (15), 3956-3970. 10.1021/ma00041a019 [More information]
Björling, M. & Linse, P. (1992). Self-consistent-field theory for hard-sphere chains close to hard walls. Journal of Chemical Physics, 97 (9), 6890-6900. [More information]
Björling, M., Karlström, G. & Linse, P. (1991). Conformational adaption of poly(ethylene oxide). A 13C NMR study. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95 (17), 6706-6709. [More information]
Linse, P. & Björling, M. (1991). Lattice Theory for Multicomponent Mixtures of Copolymers with Internal Degrees of Freedom in Heterogeneous Systems. Macromolecules, 24 (25), 6700-6711. 10.1021/ma00025a022 [More information]
Björling, M., Linse, P. & Karlström, G. (1990). Distribution of segments for terminally attached poly(ethylene oxide) chains. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 94 (1), 471-481. [More information]
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