Martina Petranikova

Forskarassistent at Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Nuclear Chemistry

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 15 publications

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

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

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
Conference contribution

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Showing 12 research projects

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

2018–2020

Development of energy saving materials from alternative sources

Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
Formas

2017–2019

Li-ion battery materil recycling technical research

Martina Petranikova Nuclear Chemistry
Britt-Marie Steenari Nuclear Chemistry
Northvolt AB

2017–2018

Utvinning av molybden som ett tilläggsvärde vid stålproduktion

Martina Petranikova Industrial Materials Recycling
VINNOVA

2017–2018

Unused outputs generated by current industries as alternative sources for the development of advanced materials used in energy-saving applications

Martina Petranikova Industrial Materials Recycling
ÅForsk (Ångpanneföreningens Foundation for Research and Development)

2016–2017

Utveckling av en selektiv hydrometallurgisk process för återvinning av Zn från ståltillverkningsdamm

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
Teodora Retegan Nuclear Chemistry
Burcak Ebin Nuclear Chemistry
Martina Petranikova 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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