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Jasmina Hafizovic Cavka

Research Manager

Jasmina Hafizovic Cavka

Research Manager

Jasmina Hafizovic Cavka
Phone: 450 33 419
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Department: Process Technology
Office: Oslo

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1656918/

The potential impregnation of Al(0) nanoparticles in the pores of three different metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), MIL-53-Al, HKUST-1, and UiO-67, was investigated through the suspension of the MOFs in AlH3•NMe2Et (1), followed by filtration, toluene wash, and heating to 150 °C under vacuum...

Authors Eirin Langseth Ole Swang Bjørnar Arstad Anna Maria Lind Jasmina Hafizovic Cavka Tomas Lunde Jensen Tor Erik Kristensen John Fredrik Moxnes Erik Unneberg Richard H Heyn
Year 2019
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1354948/

When SAPO-34 is used as an industrial MTO catalyst, structural transformations leading to permanent deactivation are inevitable. The performance loss is linked principally to a redistribution of Si in the material, leading to the formation of Si-islands/aggregates with a concomitant loss of Brønsted...

Authors Bjørnar Arstad Anna Maria Lind Jasmina Hafizovic Cavka Knut Thorshaug Duncan Akporiaye David Wragg Helmer Fjellvåg Arne Grønvold Terje Fuglerud
Year 2016
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1260838/

Some of the most important nanoporous materials that are used for industrial applications are formed as intergrowths between structurally related phases. Further, the specific properties and functions are often strongly related to the nature of these intergrowths. By their nature such structures are...

Authors Rachel L. Smith Wojciech Andrzej Slawinski Anna Maria Lind David Wragg Jasmina Hafizovic Cavka Bjørnar Arstad Helmer Fjellvåg Martin P. Attfield Duncan Akporiaye Michael W. Anderson
Year 2015
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1312554/

In-situ atomic force microscopy has been used to investigate the dissolution behavior of industrially relevant silicoaluminophosphate catalysts SAPO-34 and SAPO-18. Spiral growth is prevalent on these materials and it is common for the spirals to be composites of multiple dislocation sources. The...

Authors Rachel L. Smith Jasmina Hafizovic Cavka Anna Maria Lind Duncan Akporiaye Martin P. Attfield Michael W. Anderson
Year 2015
Type Academic article