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Water sample analysis:

- Arsenic concentration
- Copper concentration
- Zinc & Nickel concentration
- Cadmium levels

Biological samples:

- Total protein concentration
- RNA/DNA concentration
- Designated spectrophotometric
tests

Research Areas

- Toxicology
- Energy Sciences
- Pollution dynamics
- Water pollution circulation
- Life cycle of pollutants
- Heavy Metals
- Molecular interactions
- Environmental remediation
- Waste management
- Exotic Materials

 

 

Fjordforsk A.S. Midtun, 6894 Vangsnes, Norway.
Org.nr: 911659654 | www.fjordforsk.no

Publications


2016

Manzetti S, Andersen O. (2016). Biochemical and physiological effects from exhaust emissions. A review of the relevant literature. Pathophysiology in press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pathophys.2016.10.002

Yildirim A, Zhang J, Manzetti S and van der Spoel D. (2016): Binding of Pollutants to Biomolecules - A Simulation Study. Chem. Res. Toxicol., DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrestox.6b00189. In press

Manzetti S, Andersen O. (2016). A molecular dynamics study of nanoparticle-formation from bioethanol-gasoline blend emissions. Fuel, 183: 55-63.

Manzetti S, Yakovlev A. (2016). Mapping the electronic changes in MgO-nanoclusters using quantum mechanics: Effects on HOMO-LUMO gaps and Coulomb properties by symmetry and surface alterations. Reduced Density Matrices in Quantum Physics and Role of Fermionic Exchange Symmetry. Conference Abstracts. University of Oxford (Oxford), United Kingdom, 12-15 April 2016. P. 4.

Manzetti S, Andersen O, Garcia C, Campos E. (2016). Molecular simulation of carbon nanotubes as sorptive materials: sorption effects towards retene, perylene and cholesterol to 100 degrees Celsius and above. Molecular Simulation, In press DOI: 10.1080/08927022.2016.1155212.

Manzetti S, Patek M. (2016). The accurate wavefunction of the active space of the rhenium dimer resolved using the ab initio Brueckner coupled-cluster method. Structural Chemistry, 27(4), 1071-1080

 

Figure: The molecular simulation state of a nanoparticle in atmospheric conditions at 300 Kelvin. Yellow di-particles: Oxygen and Nitrogen, Yellow tri-particles: CO2, blue frame-particles: ethanol, pink particles: Phenanthrene. Enlarge by clicking on the image.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News

 

27 Okt.: Review on biochemical effects from exhaust emissions published in Pathophysiology. Read more

8th Sept.: New study on the binding of pollutants to human proteins published at the American Chemical Society. Read more

20 Jun.: New article on the process of nanoparticle-formation in bioethanol fuel blends. A computational study published in Fuel. Read more

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