Karine Elihn

Radiation safety officer, Exchange coordinator
Associate professor
Room: V217
Phone: +46 8 674 7763

About me

Nanoparticles in work environment

Latest scientific papers

Correlation between airborne particle concentrations in seven industrial plants and estimated respiratory tract deposition by number, mass and elemental composition

2011 | J Aerosol Sci | 42 (2) (127-141)

Surface characteristics, copper release and toxicity of nano- and micron sized copper and copper(II)oxide particles, -A cross-disciplinary study

Midander, K.; Cronholm, P.; Karlsson, H.; Elihn, K.; Möller, L.; Leygraf, C.; Odnevall Wallinder, I.
2009 | Small | in press

Exposure to Ultrafine Particles in Asphalt Work

Elihn, K.; Ulvestad, B.; Hetland, S.; Wallén, A.; Randem, B.G.
2008 | J Occup Environ Hyg | 5 (771-779) | ISBN: 1545-9632 online

All publications

Atmospheric Science

The life cycle and impact of tiny atmospheric particles known as aerosols – both indoors as well as outdoors.