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

Inter-comparison of personal monitors for nanoparticles exposure at workplaces and in the environment

Todea, A. M.; Beckmann, S; Kaminski, H.; Bard, D.; Bau, B.; Clavaguera, S.; Dahmann, D.; Dozol, H.; Dziurowitz, N.; Elihn, K.; Fierz, M.; Lidén, G.; Meyer-Plath, A.; Monz, C.; Neumann, V.; Pelzer, J.; Simonow, B. K.; Thali, P.; Tuinman, I.; van der Vleuten, A.; Vroomen, H.; Christof Asbach, C.
2017 | Sci. Total Environ. | 605-606 (929-945)

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.