Sune Levin

Doctoral Student at Chemical Biology

Sune Levin is since 2016 a PhD student in Fredrik Westerlund's group at the Division of Chemical Biology. His research aims to increase understanding of heterogeneous catalysis on the surface of nanoparticles. The idea is to confine single nanoparticles to specified locations in fluidic nanochannels and study chemical reactions on their surfaces with fluorescence microscopy. The aim is to measure on single nanoparticles to extend our knowledge by analysing properties that are washed out by ensemble averages when measuring on many particles.


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A nanofluidic device for parallel single nanoparticle catalysis in solution

Sune Levin, Joachim Fritzsche, Sara Nilsson et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 10 (1), p. 4426-
Journal article

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