Cellulose, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Adsorption and Quartz crystal microbalance are her primary areas of study. Her research integrates issues of Surface plasmon resonance, Composite material, Nanotechnology and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in her study of Cellulose. She combines subjects such as Organic chemistry and Polymer with her study of Chemical engineering.
Her Polymer chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Kraft paper, Polymerization, Inorganic chemistry, Kraft process and Monomer. She works mostly in the field of Adsorption, limiting it down to topics relating to Polyelectrolyte and, in certain cases, Analytical chemistry. Her study in Quartz crystal microbalance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ionic strength, Hydrolysis, Enzymatic hydrolysis and Mineralogy.
Janne Laine mainly focuses on Cellulose, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Adsorption and Composite material. The Cellulose study combines topics in areas such as Kraft process, Quartz crystal microbalance and Lignin. Her Quartz crystal microbalance study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chitosan, Thin film and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
Her research investigates the connection between Chemical engineering and topics such as Polyelectrolyte that intersect with problems in Flocculation. Her research integrates issues of Copolymer, Methacrylate, Polymerization, Ionic strength and Polystyrene in her study of Polymer chemistry. Her Adsorption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Colloid, Spin coating, Surface modification and Polyacrylamide.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cellulose, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Composite material and Adsorption. Her work in the fields of Cellulose, such as Nanocellulose, overlaps with other areas such as Carboxymethyl cellulose. The study incorporates disciplines such as Thin film and Organic chemistry in addition to Chemical engineering.
Janne Laine has researched Polymer chemistry in several fields, including Copolymer, Methacrylate, Polymerization, Transmission electron microscopy and Quartz crystal microbalance. Her Composite material study incorporates themes from Modified cellulose and Flocculation. Her Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Inorganic chemistry, Nano- and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
Her primary areas of investigation include Cellulose, Nanocellulose, Chemical engineering, Carboxymethyl cellulose and Composite material. Her work deals with themes such as Nanotechnology, Covalent bond, Polymer chemistry, Adsorption and Surface plasmon resonance, which intersect with Cellulose. The concepts of her Polymer chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Colloidal gold, Quartz crystal microbalance and Hybrid material.
Her studies in Adsorption integrate themes in fields like Inorganic chemistry and Nanomaterials. Her work in the fields of Chemical engineering, such as Silver nanoparticle, Transmission electron microscopy and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, intersects with other areas such as Electrostatics and Inductively coupled plasma. Her work carried out in the field of Composite material brings together such families of science as Microemulsion, Cellulosic ethanol, Hydrogen bond and Ethylenediamine.
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Effect of microfibrillated cellulose and fines on the drainage of kraft pulp suspension and paper strength
Tero Taipale;Monika Österberg;Antti Nykänen;Janne Ruokolainen.
Comprehensive elucidation of the effect of residual lignin on the physical, barrier, mechanical and surface properties of nanocellulose films
Ester Rojo;Maria Soledad Peresin;William W. Sampson;Ingrid C. Hoeger.
Green Chemistry (2015)
Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) brushes grafted from cellulose nanocrystals via surface-initiated single-electron transfer living radical polymerization.
Justin Orazio Zoppe;Youssef Habibi;Orlando J. Rojas;Richard A. Venditti.
A fast method to produce strong NFC films as a platform for barrier and functional materials.
Monika Österberg;Jari Vartiainen;Jessica Lucenius;Ulla Hippi.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2013)
Model Films from Native Cellulose Nanofibrils. Preparation, Swelling, and Surface Interactions
Susanna Ahola;J. Salmi;Leena-Sisko Johansson;Janne Laine.
Cellulose nanofibrils - Adsorption with poly(amideamine) epichlorohydrin studied by QCM-D and application as a paper strength additive
Susanna Ahola;Monika Österberg;Janne Laine.
Surface characterization of unbleached kraft pulps by means of ESCA
Janne Laine;Per Stenius;Gilbert Carlsson;Göran Ström.
Valorization of residual Empty Palm Fruit Bunch Fibers (EPFBF) by microfluidization: production of nanofibrillated cellulose and EPFBF nanopaper.
Ana Ferrer;Ilari Filpponen;Alejandro Rodríguez;Janne Laine.
Bioresource Technology (2012)
Studies on topochemical modification of cellulosic fibres.Part 1.Chemical conditions for the attachment of carboxymethyl cellulose onto fibres
Janne Laine;Tom Lindström;Gunborg Glad Nordmark;Gunnel Risinger.
Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal (2000)
Modification of cellulose films by adsorption of CMC and chitosan for controlled attachment of biomolecules.
Hannes Orelma;Ilari Filpponen;Leena Sisko Johansson;Janne Laine.
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