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- Functionalization of nanotubes
- Organiic synthesis
- Polyelectrolytes
- TEM imaging

Environmental chemistry:

- Analysis of pollutants
- Purification methods
- Soil and water samples


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. 911659654 |

Metallopolymers for moldable antenna-devices.


Project duration: 2015 -


Project description:

Metallopolymers are key components in microelectronics, aeronautic devices, nanoelectronic parts and are used in the electronic engineering industry world wide. The properties of metals and polymeric compounds can provide a series of physical, chemical and electrical properties which are not possible with regular metallic materials, or with polymer materials. Combinations of various elements in such polymers can provide speciic properties such as voltaic, phonon-scattering as well as resielence in the properties of the material and be unique and applicable in nanotechnology, nanoelectronics and also spintronics systems. The project develops a series of new metallopolymers for industrial applications, with particular emphasis on antenna and phonon-scattering applications for industrial electronics. Developed materials in our lab are evaluated and tested for various properties, such as conductivity and signalling-properties. These systems are in turn prepared for applications in cross-country collaborations and materials engineering.


Project leader: Manzetti S.


Keywords: Metallopolymers, resilience, nanotechnology, electronics.



Fjordforsk is a member of the American Chemical Society. Please visit the society following the logo below.

Ongoing programs



Industrial Doctorate program in Environmental Chemistry at Uppsala University.

Dr. Phil. program in Mathematics at University of Oslo.

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