Welcome to Applied Physical Chemistry

In July 2011 four divisions - Physical, Analytical, Nuclear and Inorganic Chemistry - were merged to one division. Initials suggestions for the new division name included PANIC, but the lowest common denominator of all research groups involved is ‘Applied Physical Chemistry’ which subsequently was chosen as the name of the new division.

Applied Physical Chemistry consists of more than 50 co-workers, of which about 15 are academic staff and about 30 PhD students. Fundamental science plays an important role and covers everything from quantum chemistry, spectroscopy and spectrometry, to materials and interfaces. Being at an engineering university, all research groups are also involved in more applied projects adhering to small and grand challenges, including pharmaceuticals, wood science, transport properties in materials, solar energy and bioanalysis. Interaction with Swedish and international industry is an integrated activity at the division, as well as international collaboration. The academic staff is also extensively involved in teaching at undergraduate and graduate level.

Head of the Division

Deputy Head of the Division

Stf Avdelningschef Åsa Emmer

Some recent publications from Applied Physical Chemistry

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A. Filippov et al., "Acceleration of diffusion in ethylammonium nitrate ionic liquid confined between parallel glass plates," Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics - PCCP, vol. 19, no. 38, s. 25853-25858, 2017.
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A. Filippov et al., "Acceleration of diffusion in ethylammonium nitrate ionic liquid confined between parallel glass plates," Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics - PCCP, vol. 19, no. 38, s. 25853-25858, 2017.
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Y. Fang, P. V. Yushmanov och I. Furo, "Assessing the potential of 2D electrophoretic mobility spectroscopy (2D MOSY) for analytical applications," Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, vol. 55, 2017.
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L. Josefsson, "Bioanalytical separation using capillary electrophoresis : Applications with microbubbles and proteins," Licentiatavhandling Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA-CHE-Report, 2017:32, 2017.
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F. Elwinger, "Characterizing Chromatography Media : NMR-based Approaches," Doktorsavhandling Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA CHE Report, 2017:20, 2017.
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M. Safdari, "Chemical Structure and Physical Properties of Organic-Inorganic Metal Halide Materials for Solid State Solar Cells," Doktorsavhandling : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA-CHE-Report, 2017:4, 2017.
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Y. Fang, M. Giesecke och I. Furo, "Complexing Cations by Polyethylene Oxide. Binding Site and Binding Mode," Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2017.
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Y. Fang, M. Giesecke och I. Furo, "Complexing Cations by Poly(ethylene oxide) : Binding Site and Binding Mode," Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 121, no. 9, s. 2179-2188, 2017.
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J. Halldin Stenlid et al., "Computational Analysis of the Early Stage of Cuprous Oxide Sulphidation : A Top-Down Process," Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology, vol. 52, no. S1, s. 50-53, 2017.
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J. Halldin Stenlid, "Computational Studies of Chemical Interactions: Molecules, Surfaces and Copper Corrosion," Doktorsavhandling Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA-CHE-Report, 2017:35, 2017.
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C. Chen et al., "Cu(II) Complexes as p-Type Dopants in Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells," ACS ENERGY LETTERS, vol. 2, no. 2, s. 497-503, 2017.
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