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Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Department of Chemistry, NTNU

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The Environmental and Analytical Chemistry field of study has two main disciplines:

• Environmental Chemistry, with investigation of the effects of chemical compounds in nature ( air, water, soil, food chains and organisms)

• Analytical Chemistry, with the development of analytical methods to be used to solve problems in environmental chemistry, like environmental monitoring and studies of the quality of water and contents of effluents.

Contact: Ardelan, Murat Van

Short Stay

María del Camino Martin Torre, FPI Grant, July-November, 2014. Advisor: Prof. Murat V. Ardelan. Department of Chemistry at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Scientific adviser in SINTEF, Marine Environmental Technology. Trondheim, Norway.

 

Conferences

M. Camino Martín-Torre, M. Cruz Payán, Berta Galán, Alberto Coz, Javier R. Viguri, Leaching test as a useful tool to assess metal release from contaminated marine sediment under CO2 leakages from CCS, 2013; M. Camino Martín-Torre, M. Cruz Payán, Berta Galán, Alberto Coz, Inmaculada Riba, Diana Fernández de la Reguera, T. Ángel del Valls, Javier R. Viguri, “Risk assessment of sediment-seawater acidification due to potential CO2 leakages from CCS systems”, 2013. Poster Presentation: 7th Trondheim Carbon Capture and Sequestration Conference, (7TCCS) www.sintef.no