Jonna Hynynen

Visiting Researcher at Chemical Technology

Jonna Hynynen is a post doc in Diana Bernin group at the chemical engineering division. The research is dedicated to the transition from a fossil to a bio-based society. The group focuses on developing energy-efficient processes for producing bio-based chemicals and fuels from waste products such as lignin and sawdust from, for example, the paper and pulp industry.

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'Lignin and extractives first' conversion of lignocellulosic residual streams using UV light from LEDs

Jonna Hynynen, Alexander Michael Riddell, Abdenour Achour et al
Green Chemistry. Vol. In Press
Journal article

High Thermoelectric Power Factor of Poly(3-hexylthiophene) through In-Plane Alignment and Doping with a Molybdenum Dithiolene Complex

Viktoriia Untilova, Jonna Hynynen, Anna Hofmann et al
Macromolecules. Vol. 53 (15), p. 6314-6321
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UV-to-IR Absorption of Molecularly p-Doped Polythiophenes with Alkyl and Oligoether Side Chains: Experiment and Interpretation Based on Density Functional Theory

Ihor Sahalianov, Jonna Hynynen, Stephen Barlow et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Vol. 124 (49), p. 11280-11293
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Enhanced Thermoelectric Power Factor of Tensile Drawn Poly(3-hexylthiophene)

Jonna Hynynen, Emmy Järsvall, Renee Kroon et al
ACS Macro Letters. Vol. 8 (1), p. 70-76
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Double doping of conjugated polymers with monomer molecular dopants

David Kiefer, Renee Kroon, Anna Hofmann et al
Nature Materials. Vol. 18 (2), p. 149-155
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Influence of crystallinity on the thermoelectric power factor of P3HT vapour-doped with F4TCNQ

Jonna Hynynen, David Kiefer, Christian Müller
RSC Advances. Vol. 8 (3), p. 1593-1599
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Additive-like amounts of HDPE prevent creep of molten LDPE: Phase-behavior and thermo-mechanical properties of a melt-miscible blend

Mattias Andersson, Jonna Hynynen, Mats Andersson et al
Journal of Polymer Science, Part B: Polymer Physics. Vol. 55 (2), p. 146-156
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Bulk Doping of Millimeter-Thick Conjugated Polymer Foams for Plastic Thermoelectrics

Renee Kroon, Jason Ryan, David Kiefer et al
Advanced Functional Materials. Vol. 27 (47)
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Highly Insulating Polyethylene Blends for High-Voltage Direct-Current Power Cables

Mattias Andersson, Jonna Hynynen, Mats Andersson et al
ACS Macro Letters. Vol. 6 (2), p. 78-82
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Enhanced Electrical Conductivity of Molecularly p-Doped Poly(3-hexylthiophene) through Understanding the Correlation with Solid-State Order

Jonna Hynynen, David Kiefer, Liyang Yu et al
Macromolecules. Vol. 50 (20), p. 8140-8148
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Thermoelectric plastics: from design to synthesis, processing and structure-property relationships

Renee Kroon, Desalegn Alemu Mengistie, David Kiefer et al
Chemical Society Reviews. Vol. 45 (22), p. 6147-6164
Review article

Invariant Dielectric Strength upon Addition of Low Amounts of HDPE to LDPE

Mattias Andersson, Xiangrong Chen, Jonna Hynynen et al
2016 Ieee Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena, p. 711-714
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