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Stephan Kubowicz

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Stephan Kubowicz

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Stephan Kubowicz
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Avdeling: Materialer og nanoteknologi
Kontorsted: Oslo

Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder

Publikasjon
https://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/1833474/

Microplastic fibres (MPFs) often make up the largest fraction of microplastic pollution in aquatic environments, yet little is known about their degradative fate and persistence. This study investigates the environmentally relevant photodegradation of common MPFs: polyester (PET), polyamide (PA) and...

Forfattere Shannen Sait Lisbet Sørensen Stephan Kubowicz Kristine Vike-Jonas Susana Villa Gonzalez Alexandros Asimakopoulos Andrew Booth
År 2021
Type Vitenskapelig artikkel
Publikasjon
https://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/1825874/

The effect of Atmospheric Pressure Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (AP-PECVD) on Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM) with the precursors hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) and tetraethyl orthosilicate (TEOS) on roughness, chemical composition as well as wetting and friction properties has...

Forfattere Christian Karl Wehid Rahimi Stephan Kubowicz Andrej Lang Harald Geisler Ulrich Giese
År 2020
Type Vitenskapelig artikkel
Publikasjon
https://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/1863665/

Microplastic fibers (MPFs) from textiles significantly contribute to the microplastic (MP) load in many environmental matrices and have been shown to negatively impact the organisms therein. Most fate and effect studies to date rely on pristine reference MP materials that have limited relevance...

År 2020
Type Vitenskapelig artikkel
Publikasjon
https://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/1855096/

Microplastic fibers (MPFs) from textiles contribute significantly to the microplastic (MP) load in many environmental matrices. MPFs have been shown to be readily ingested by a wide range of organisms representing multiple trophic levels and have been shown to negatively impact organisms. Most fate...

Publikasjon
https://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/1713646/

Dry peel plies are generally used in composite manufacturing by liquid moulding techniques in the maritime sector. They allow excess resin to bleed through its weaved structure, keeping the surfaces clean, and in certain cases with the required roughness until ready for bonding. However, these plies...