Alexander Idström

Post doc at Applied Chemistry

Alexander Idström has a doctoral degree in Materials Science and in his role he supports researchers in the Chalmers Area of Advance – Materials Science with questions where nuclear magnetic resonance, or NMR, can be useful. The work involves analysis using both solution-state NMR, to determine e.g. the product and yield of a reaction or the diffusion of a molecule in a material, and solid-state NMR, to determine e.g. the structure or composition of a material.

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A polysaccharide utilization locus from the gut bacterium dysgonomonas mossii encodes functionally distinct carbohydrate esterases

Cathleen Kmezik, Scott Mazurkewich, Tomke Meents et al
Journal of Biological Chemistry. Vol. 296
Journal article

Interphase Design of Cellulose Nanocrystals/Poly(hydroxybutyrate- ran-valerate) Bionanocomposites for Mechanical and Thermal Properties Tuning

Chiara Magnani, Alexander Idström, Lars Nordstierna et al
Biomacromolecules. Vol. 21 (5), p. 1892-1901
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Methane Adsorption and Methanol Desorption for Copper Modified Boron Silicate

Xueting Wang, Alexander Shishkin, Felix Hemmingsson et al
RSC Advances. Vol. 8 (63), p. 36369-36374
Journal article

13C NMR assignments of regenerated cellulose from solid-state 2D NMR spectroscopy

Alexander Idström, Staffan Schantz, Johan Sundberg et al
Carbohydrate Polymers. Vol. 151, p. 480-487
Journal article

Solid-state NMR to quantify surface coverage and chain length of lactic acid modified cellulose nanocrystals, used as fillers in biodegradable composites

Sofie Gårdebjer, Anna Bergstrand, Alexander Idström et al
Composites Science and Technology. Vol. 107, p. 1-9
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Chemical and ultrastructural changes in cotton cellulose induced by laundering and textile use

Anna Palme, Alexander Idström, Lars Nordstierna et al
Cellulose. Vol. 21 (6), p. 4681-4691
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Effect of methylimidazole on cellulose/ionic liquid solutions and regenerated material therefrom

Carina Olsson, A. Hedlund, Alexander Idström et al
Journal of Materials Science. Vol. 49 (9), p. 3423-3433
Journal article

Influence of water on swelling and dissolution of cellulose in 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate

Carina Olsson, Alexander Idström, Lars Nordstierna et al
Carbohydrate Polymers. Vol. 99, p. 438-446
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Nano-cellulosic materials: The impact of water on their dissolution in DMAc/LiCl

Merima Hasani, U. Henniges, Alexander Idström et al
Carbohydrate Polymers. Vol. 98 (2), p. 1565-1572
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Modification of crystallinity and pore size distribution in coagulated cellulose films

Åsa Östlund, Alexander Idström, Carina Olsson et al
Cellulose. Vol. 20 (4), p. 1657-1667
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Cellulolytic enzyme interaction with lignocellulose. Insight to factors limiting enzymatic hydrolysis

Ausra Peciulyte, Alexander Idström, Helen Fink et al
Gordon Conference: Cellulosomes, Cellulases & Other Carbohydrate Modifying Enzymes internal database
Conference poster

CP/MAS C-13 NMR study of pulp hornification using nanocrystalline cellulose as a model system

Alexander Idström, H. Brelid, Magnus Nydén et al
Carbohydrate Polymers. Vol. 92 (1), p. 881-884
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Vinylimidazole copolymers: coordination chemistry, solubility, and cross-linking as function of Cu2+ and Zn2+ complexation

Markus Andersson, Örjan Hansson, Lars Öhrström et al
Colloid and Polymer Science. Vol. 289 (12), p. 1361-1372
Journal article

Solid-state NMR, a solution for structure elucidation

Alexander Idström, Lars Nordstierna
European Cells and Materials. Vol. 21 (SUPPL.1), p. 21-
Conference poster

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