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Chemical sciences

Chemistry is a branch of physical science that studies the composition, structure, properties and change of matter.

There are 15 pages tagged with Chemical sciences:

New SLU-professor wants to know if we should be concerned about organic micropollutants in drinking water

There are probably more than 100 000 organic micropollutants circulating in the aquatic environment. The newly appointed SLU professor in environmental organic chemistry, Lutz Ahrens, is dedicated to

Diss Marius Tuyishime

Phosphorus chemistry in managed forest soils-Effects of weathering and wood ash fertilization charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Marius Tuyishime defends his thesis "Phosphorus chemistry in managed forest

Lars Sonesten

lars.sonesten@slu.se I am a limnologist and ecotoxicologist working mainly with water chemistry and biology in inland waters. I am also working with the inputs of nutrients and hazardous substances

Diss Malin Ullberg

Exploring the role of granular activated carbon in drinking water production charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Malin Ullberg defends her thesis "Exploring the role of granular activated carbon in drinking

The fate of environmentally hazardous PFAS substances in the soil has been investigated

Highly fluorinated substances, or PFAS substances, are a group of chemicals that in recent years have come to be regarded as environmental contaminants of global concern. In his doctoral thesis, Hugo

Virtual excursion at Molecular Sciences

While physical travels are mainly on hold for now, virtual excursions can provide the perfect opportunity to develop new and broaden existing collaborations with scientists in different disciplines

Diss Frank Menger

Hidden in the Water : Development of screening strategies to identify new organic contaminants of emerging concern Frank, Menger defends his thesis " Hidden in the Water : Development of screening

Zaid Khan

PhD student at Disease Vector Group, Unit of Chemical Ecology, Department of Plant Protection Biology, Alnarp Sweden. The topic of my research is" The molecular basis of oviposition preference of

Åse Lundh

My interest in dairy cows, milk and dairy products has followed me since my growing up on a small dairy farm in Södermanland. My training is in agriculture, specializing in animal science and with a

Jenny Ekman

I work as a chemist in the service facility, The Biogeochemical Analyses Laboratory (BAL). My role is as project coordinator and my aim is to help internal and external researchers with chemical

Fredrik Lidman

Nature is full of elements and they all have a story to tell. By studying and comparing elements with different biogeochemical properties and sources we cannot only learn more about how they behave

Fredrik Schlyter

My main interest is insect-plant relations: how insect find the best plant using host plant kairomones and non-host plant volatiles in mixed (i.e. natural) habitats. Applications in forestry incl