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RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

Adding alumina to the conventional soda lime silicate glass composition improves many properties, however, also increases the viscosity. Alumina doping of soda lime silicate glasses is investigated and its implications t...

  • Stefan Karlsson, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
Published: 2021-09-10
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RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

As TiO2 is replacing SiO2 it has a slight suppressing effect on the viscosity until the limit when Na2O/TiO2 ratio is less than 2, indicating a transformation of the structure of TiO2, a remarkable increase in the fragil...

  • Stefan Karlsson, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
Published: 2021-07-09
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Stockholm University

Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) and anisotropy of remanence magnetization (AARM and AIRM) are efficient and versatile techniques to indirectly determine rock fabrics. Yet, deciphering the source of a magnetic...

  • Tobias Mattsson, Stockholm University, Department of Geological Sciences
  • Benoît Petri, Université de Strasbourg, CNRS
  • Bjarne Almqvist, Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences
Published: 2021-03-01
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Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Forests of the world constitute one third of the total land area and are critical for e.g. carbon balance, biodiversity, water supply, and as source for bio-based products. Although the terrain within forest land has a g...

  • Mikael Lundbäck, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Biomaterials and Technology
  • Henrik Persson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Resource Management
  • Carola Häggström, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Biomaterials and Technology
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Published: 2020-06-17
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Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Examine methylation of mercury in a west-east gradient in southern Sweden to cover a natural sulfur-deposition gradient. Peat samples were taken at a depth of 5-30 cm below the surface between May 15 and June 12 in 2003.

  • Staffan Åkerblom, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Published: 2020-03-23
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Uppsala University

In 2008, a 22 km long high resolution reflection seismic profile was acquired over the Burträsk fault in Northern Sweden. The Burträsk fault formed at the end of the last glacial, triggered by the rapid melting of the Sc...

  • Christopher Juhlin, Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences
  • Ruth Beckel, Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences
  • Björn Lund, Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences
Published: 2019-04-17
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