Martina Petranikova

Associate Professor at Energy and Material

Martina's work deals with hydrometallurgical process to recover valuable metals from primary sources (ores, concentrates) and secondary sources (spent portable and car batteries, steel making dust, mining waste, waste of electric and electronic equipment, etc.). The research is based on the development of hydrometallurgical technologies involving processes such as: leaching, solvent extraction, precipitation, electrowinning, etc. Developed processes are scaled up and optimized. To scale up solvent extraction processes, mixer-settlers of different size and pulse columns are used.

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Showing 34 publications

2021

Hydrometallurgical recycling of EV lithium-ion batteries: Effects of incineration on the leaching efficiency of metals using sulfuric acid

Nathalia Cristine Vieceli, Raquel Casasola, Gabriele Lombardo et al
Waste Management. Vol. 125, p. 192-203
Journal article
2021

Innovative recycling of organic binders from electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries by supercritical carbon dioxide extraction

Yuanpeng Fu, Jonas Schuster, Martina Petranikova et al
Resources, Conservation and Recycling. Vol. 172
Journal article
2021

Optimization of manganese recovery from a solution based on lithium-ion batteries by solvent extraction with d2ehpa

Nathalia Cristine Vieceli, Niclas Reinhardt, Christian Ekberg et al
Metals. Vol. 11 (1), p. 1-20
Journal article
2021

An Overview on the Recovery of Cobalt from End-of-life Lithium Ion Batteries

Marcelo Borges Mansur, Alexandre Silva Guimarães, Martina Petranikova
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review. Vol. In Press
Review article
2021

Waste of batteries management: Synthesis of magnetocaloric manganite compound from the REEs mixture generated during hydrometallurgical processing of NiMH batteries

Moufida Mansouri, Francesco Cugini, Cristian Tunsu et al
Sustainable Materials and Technologies. Vol. 28
Journal article
2020

Production of energy saving materials from the waste mixtures of REEs

Moufida Mansouri, Cristian Tunsu, Burcak Ebin et al
Minerals, Metals and Materials Series, p. 67-76
Paper in proceeding
2020

Vanadium sustainability in the context of innovative recycling and sourcing development

Martina Petranikova, A. H. Tkaczyk, A. Bartl et al
Waste Management. Vol. 113, p. 521-544
Review article
2020

Novel process for decontamination and additional valorization of steel making dust processing using two-step correlative leaching

Martina Petranikova, Vincent Ssenteza, Cláudio M. Lousada et al
Journal of Hazardous Materials. Vol. 384
Journal article
2020

Lithium-ion batteries – Current state of the art and anticipated developments

Michel Armand, Peter Axmann, Dominic Bresser et al
Journal of Power Sources. Vol. 479
Journal article
2019

Spent Pot Lining -CYCLE - novel zero waste technology

Burcak Ebin, Martina Petranikova, D. Klinar et al
Proceedings of the 10th European Metallurgical Conference, EMC 2019. Vol. 4, p. 1706-1707
Paper in proceeding
2019

Recovery of critical materials from mine tailings: A comparative study of the solvent extraction of rare earths using acidic, solvating and mixed extractant systems

Cristian Tunsu, Yannick Menard, Dag Øistein Eriksen et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 218, p. 425-437
Journal article
2019

BizMet: Competitive sustainable business from metal recycling - Bizmet academy

Martina Petranikova, A. Mrotzek-Bloess, A. Haas et al
Proceedings of the 10th European Metallurgical Conference, EMC 2019. Vol. 4, p. 1704-1705
Paper in proceeding
2019

Selective recovery of cobalt from the secondary streams after NiMH batteries processing using Cyanex 301

Martina Petranikova, Burcak Ebin, Cristian Tunsu
Waste Management. Vol. 83, p. 194-201
Journal article
2019

Chemical Transformations in Li-Ion Battery Electrode Materials by Carbothermic Reduction

Gabriele Lombardo, Burcak Ebin, Mark Foreman et al
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. Vol. 7 (16), p. 13668-13679
Journal article
2019

Recovery of industrial valuable metals from household battery waste

Burcak Ebin, Martina Petranikova, Britt-Marie Steenari et al
Waste Management and Research. Vol. 37 (2), p. 168-175
Journal article
2018

Perspectives for the recovery of critical elements from future energy-efficient refrigeration materials

Cristian Tunsu, Martina Petranikova
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 197, p. 232-241
Journal article
2018

SUPPLY AND SUBSTITUTION OPTIONS FOR SELECTED CRITICAL RAW MATERIALS: COBALT, NIOBIUM, TUNGSTEN, YTTRIUM AND RARE EARTHS ELEMENTS

Andreas Bartl, Alan H. Tkaczyk, Alessia Amato et al
DETRITUS. Vol. 3 (September), p. 37-42
Journal article
2018

Physical separation, mechanical enrichment and recycling-oriented characterization of spent NiMH batteries

Burcak Ebin, Martina Petranikova, Christian Ekberg
Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management. Vol. 20 (4), p. 2018-2027
Journal article
2018

Comparative study of the application of traditional and novel extractants for the separation of metals from MSWI fly ash leachates

Jinfeng Tang, Rikard E Ylmén, Martina Petranikova et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 172, p. 143-154
Journal article
2018

Investigation of the effects of thermal treatment on the leachability of Zn and Mn from discarded alkaline and Zn-C batteries

Martina Petranikova, Burcak Ebin, Sofia Mikhailova et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 170, p. 1195-1205
Journal article
2018

Sustainability evaluation of essential critical raw materials: cobalt, niobium, tungsten and rare earth elements

A. H. Tkaczyk, A. Bartl, A. Amato et al
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. Vol. 51 (20)
Journal article
2017

Mixer-settler system for the recovery of copper and zinc from MSWI fly ash leachates: An evaluation of a hydrometallurgical process

Jinfeng Tang, Martina Petranikova, Christian Ekberg et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 148, p. 595-605
Journal article
2017

Investigation of zinc recovery by hydrogen reduction assisted pyrolysis of alkaline and zinc-carbon battery waste

Burcak Ebin, Martina Petranikova, Britt-Marie Steenari et al
Waste Management. Vol. 68, p. 508-517
Journal article
2017

Separation of rare earths and other valuable metals from deep-eutectic solvents: a new alternative for the recycling of used NdFeB magnets

S. Riano, Martina Petranikova, B. Onghena et al
RSC Advances. Vol. 7 (51), p. 32100-32113
Journal article
2017

Hydrometallurgical processes for recovery of valuable and critical metals from spent car NiMH batteries optimized in a pilot plant scale

Martina Petranikova, Irena Herdzik Koniecko, Britt-Marie Steenari et al
Hydrometallurgy. Vol. 171, p. 128-141
Journal article
2016

A hydrometallurgical process for the recovery of rare earth elements from fluorescent lamp waste fractions

Cristian Tunsu, Martina Petranikova, Christian Ekberg et al
Separation and Purification Technology. Vol. 161, p. 172-186
Journal article
2016

Production of zinc and manganese oxide particles by pyrolysis of alkaline and Zn–C battery waste

Burcak Ebin, Martina Petranikova, Britt-Marie Steenari et al
Waste Management. Vol. 51, p. 157-167
Journal article
2016

Effects of gas flow rate on zinc recovery rate and particle properties by pyrolysis of alkaline and zinc-carbon battery waste

Burcak Ebin, Martina Petranikova, Britt-Marie Steenari et al
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis. Vol. 121, p. 333-341
Journal article
2015

Lithium Batteries Recycling

Christian Ekberg, Martina Petranikova
Lithium Process Chemistry, p. 233-267
Book chapter
2015

Reclaiming rare earth elements from end-of-life products: A review of the perspectives for urban mining using hydrometallurgical unit operations

Cristian Tunsu, Martina Petranikova, Marino Gergoric et al
Hydrometallurgy. Vol. 156, p. 239-258
Journal article
2015

Lithium Process Chemistry

Christian Ekberg, Martina Petranikova
Book
2014

Hydrometallurgical technology for recovery of metals from spent car NiMH batteries

Martina Petranikova, Irena Herdzik Koniecko, Kristian Larsson et al
Abstract of Papers of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 247
Other conference contribution

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Showing 10 research projects

2019–2021

Demonstration of a liquid cooled battery system for Electric Vehicles

Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
Swedish Energy Agency

2018–2021

SPL‐CYCLE: Closing the loop of the Spent Pot‐line (SPL) in Al smelting process

Burcak Ebin Nuclear Chemistry
Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
EIT RawMaterials

2017–2018

Utvinning av molybden som ett tilläggsvärde vid stålproduktion

Martina Petranikova Industrial Materials Recycling
VINNOVA

2016–2017

Zinc metal extraction from alkaline battery waste by pyrochemistry

Burcak Ebin Nuclear Chemistry
Britt-Marie Steenari Nuclear Chemistry
Christian Ekberg Nuclear Chemistry
Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
VINNOVA

2015–2018

Flexible and efficient (hydrometallurgical) recycling of Li-ion batteries of different chemistry

Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
Swedish Energy Agency

2015–2015

Recovery of valuable metals from EAF steel making dust by hydrometallurgy

Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
Christian Ekberg Nuclear Chemistry
Britt-Marie Steenari Nuclear Chemistry
Burcak Ebin Nuclear Chemistry
VINNOVA

2015–2017

Recycling Processes for Alkaline and Zn-C Batteries

Christian Ekberg Nuclear Chemistry
Burcak Ebin Nuclear Chemistry
Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
Teodora Retegan Vollmer Nuclear Chemistry
Swedish Energy Agency

2013–2015

Hydrochemical and pyrochemical recycling of metals from batteries

Christian Ekberg Nuclear Chemistry
Burcak Ebin Nuclear Chemistry
Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
Swedish Energy Agency

2012–2014

Development of two hydrochemical pilot scale processes

Christian Ekberg Nuclear Chemistry
Britt-Marie Steenari Nuclear Chemistry
Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
VINNOVA

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