Mikaela Lindgren

Doktorand at Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry



Hydrogen pick-up in zirconium alloys

Hans-Olof Andrén Materials Microstructure
Gustav Sundell Materials Microstructure
Mikaela Lindgren Environmental Inorganic Chemistry
Mattias Thuvander Materials Microstructure
Itai Panas Environmental Inorganic Chemistry
Westinghouse Electric Sweden AB

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Oxygen Vacancy Formation, Mobility, and Hydrogen Pick-up during Oxidation of Zirconium by Water

Mikaela Lindgren, Itai Panas,
Oxidation of Metals. Vol. 87 (3-4), p. 355-365
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Toward a Comprehensive Mechanistic Understanding of Hydrogen Uptake in Zirconium Alloys by Combining Atom Probe Analysis With Electronic Structure Calculations

Mikaela Lindgren, Gustav Sundell, Itai Panas et al
ASTM 17th International Symposium on Zirconium in the Nuclear Industry, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, 3-7 February 2013. Vol. STP 1543, p. 515-539
Conference paper - peer reviewed

Confinement dependence of electro-catalysts for hydrogen evolution from water splitting

Mikaela Lindgren, Itai Panas,
Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. Vol. 5, p. 195–201
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

On the fate of hydrogen during zirconium oxidation by water: Effect of oxygen dissolution in α-Zr

Mikaela Lindgren, Itai Panas,
RSC Advances. Vol. 4 (22), p. 11050-11058
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Impact of Additives on Zirconium Oxidation by Water: Mechanistic insights from first principles

Mikaela Lindgren, Itai Panas,
RSC Advances. Vol. 3 (44), p. 21613-21619
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed