Mikhail S Tyumentsev

Doktorand at Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Nuclear Chemistry

Mikhail is working on design and synthesis of new environmental friendly extractant for rare earth metals recycling. His PhD research is a part of European Rare Earth (Magnet) Recycling Network (EREAN) which is the FP7 Marie-Curie Initial Training Network Project.

Source: chalmers.se



European Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Network (EREAN)

Britt-Marie Steenari Nuclear Chemistry
Mikhail S Tyumentsev Nuclear Chemistry
Marino Gergoric Nuclear Chemistry
Mark Foreman Nuclear Chemistry
European Commission (FP7)

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Coordination of Trivalent Lanthanides with Bismalonamide Ligands: Implications for Liquid-Liquid Extraction

Mikhail S Tyumentsev, Mark Foreman, A. M. Z. Slawin et al
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (37), p. 4285-4298
Journal article

A comparison of two methods of recovering cobalt from a deep eutectic solvent: Implications for battery recycling

F. J. Albler, K. Bica, Mark Foreman et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 167, p. 806-814
Journal article

The solvent extraction of rare earth elements from nitrate media with novel polyamides containing malonamide groups

Mikhail S Tyumentsev, Mark Foreman, Christian Ekberg et al
Hydrometallurgy. Vol. 164, p. 24-30
Journal article

Disassembly of old radium sources and conversion of radium sulfate into radium carbonate for subsequent dissolution in acid

Artem Matyskin, Burcak Ebin, Mikhail S Tyumentsev et al
Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry. Vol. 310 (2), p. 589-595
Journal article