Julia Järlebark

Doctoral Student at Applied Chemistry

My project is about mercury decontamination from water and acids by electrochemical alloying with platinum or copper. The aim is to further develop the understanding of fundamental processes of the alloy formation, as well as to optimise the mercury removal process for practical applications. My examiner and supervisor is Björn Wickman.

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Polymer brush functionalised nanopore sensors

Julia Järlebark
Licentiate thesis

Stable trapping of multiple proteins at physiological conditions using nanoscale chambers with macromolecular gates

Justas Svirelis, Zeynep Adali, Gustav Emilsson et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 14 (1)
Journal article

Chemically functionalised nanopores for protein trapping

Julia Järlebark, John Andersson, Andreas Dahlin
European Biophysics Journal. Vol. 52 (SUPPL 1), p. S187-S187
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Polymer Brushes on Silica Nanostructures Prepared by Aminopropylsilatrane Click Chemistry: Superior Antifouling and Biofunctionality

John Andersson, Julia Järlebark, Sriram Kesarimangalam et al
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Vol. 15 (7), p. 10228-10239
Journal article

Temperature and concentration dependence of the electrochemical PtHg4 alloy formation for mercury decontamination

Emma Feldt, Julia Järlebark, Vera Roth et al
Separation and Purification Technology. Vol. 319
Journal article

Pore performance: artificial nanoscale constructs that mimic the biomolecular transport of the nuclear pore complex

John Andersson, Justas Svirelis, Jesper Medin et al
Nanoscale Advances. Vol. 4 (23), p. 4925-4937
Review article

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