Doctoral StudentDepartment of Chemistry & Molecular
About Viktor Andersson
I have a degree in master of science in Innovatine and Sustainable Chemical Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology. Nowadays I am a PhD student at the institution of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Atmospheric science division at University of Gothenburg.
I am part of a research group that develops new measurement techniques for detection of alkali metals. A vital component in the bio-fuel process.
These measurement techniques are essential to understand, develop and optimize thermochemical conversion of biomass. A process that can replace the fossil fuels we are depending on today.
A Novel Method for On-Line Characterization of Alkali Release and Thermal Stability of Materials Used in Thermochemical Conversion
Viktor Andersson, Yaxin Ge, Xiangrui Kong, Jan B. C. Pettersson
Energies - 2022
Centredness in health care: A systematic overview of
Caroline Feldthusen, Emma Forsgren, Sara Wallström, Viktor Andersson, Noah Löfqvist, RIchard Sawatzky, Joakim Öhlen, Eva Jakobsson Ung
Health Expectations - 2022
Relating person-centredness to quality-of-life assessments and patient-reported outcomes in healthcare: A critical theoretical
Viktor Andersson, RIchard Sawatzky, Joakim Öhlén
Nursing Philosophy - 2022
Alkali interactions with a calcium manganite oxygen carrier used in chemical looping
Viktor Andersson, Amir Soleimanisalim, Xiangrui Kong, Henrik Leion, Tobias Mattisson, Jan B. C. Pettersson
Fuel processing technology - 2022
Alkali-wall interactions in a laboratory-scale reactor for chemical looping combustion
Viktor Andersson, Amir Soleimanisalim, Xiangrui Kong, Fredrik Hildor, Henrik Leion, Tobias Mattisson, Jan B. C. Pettersson
Fuel processing technology - 2021
Combined manganese oxides as oxygen carriers for biomass combustion — Ash
Ivana Stanicic, Viktor Andersson, M. Hanning, Tobias Mattisson, Rainer Backman, Henrik Leion
Chemical Engineering Research and Design - 2019