Mikael Karlsson

Forskare at Applied Chemistry

Mikael's field of research is in the recovery of titanium dioxide. Titanium dioxide is mainly used as a white pigment in several different products such as paint, plastics and paper. The focus is the possibility of titanium dioxide recovery from various types of paint residues by solvent extraction. Mikael has previously worked in the paint industry as a research and development engineer with decorative paints and plasters. Other areas of interest include mathematical modeling, experimental design and computational fluid dynamics.

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2019

A silicon analyser for the OSIRIS spectrometer: An analytical and Monte Carlo simulation study

Adrien Perrichon, F. Fernandez-Alonso, M. Wolff et al
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment. Vol. 947
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2019

Characterisation of silicon, zirconium and aluminium coated titanium dioxide pigments recovered from paint waste

Mikael Karlsson, Zareen Abbas, Romain Bordes et al
Dyes and Pigments. Vol. 162, p. 145-152
Journal article
2019

Characterization of paint formulated using secondary TiO2 pigments recovered from waste paint

Mikael Karlsson, Ruben Alvarez-Asencio, Romain Bordes et al
Journal of Coatings Technology Research. Vol. 16 (2), p. 607-614
Journal article
2018

Surface properties of recycled titanium oxide recovered from paint waste

Mikael Karlsson, Zareen Abbas, Romain Bordes et al
Progress in Organic Coatings. Vol. 125, p. 279-286
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2015

Recovery of titanium dioxide and other pigments from waste paint by pyrolysis

Mikael Karlsson, Daniel Corr, Christer Forsgren et al
Journal of Coatings Technology Research. Vol. 12 (6), p. 1111-1122
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