Minna Hakkarainen
Minna Hakkarainen
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From lactic acid to poly (lactic acid)(PLA): characterization and analysis of PLA and its precursors
S Inkinen, M Hakkarainen, AC Albertsson, A Södergård
Biomacromolecules 12 (3), 523-532, 2011
Aliphatic polyesters: abiotic and biotic degradation and degradation products
M Hakkarainen
Degradable aliphatic polyesters, 113-138, 2002
Weight losses and molecular weight changes correlated with the evolution of hydroxyacids in simulated in vivo degradation of homo-and copolymers of PLA and PGA
M Hakkarainen, AC Albertsson, S Karlsson
Polymer Degradation and Stability 52 (3), 283-291, 1996
Degradable polyethylene: fantasy or reality
PK Roy, M Hakkarainen, IK Varma, AC Albertsson
Environmental science & technology 45 (10), 4217-4227, 2011
Rapid (bio) degradation of polylactide by mixed culture of compost microorganisms—low molecular weight products and matrix changes
M Hakkarainen, S Karlsson, AC Albertsson
Polymer 41 (7), 2331-2338, 2000
Molecular weight changes and polymeric matrix changes correlated with the formation of degradation products in biodegraded polyethylene
AC Albertsson, B Erlandsson, M Hakkarainen, S Karlsson
Journal of environmental polymer degradation 6 (4), 187-195, 1998
Environmental degradation of polyethylene
M Hakkarainen, AC Albertsson
Long term properties of polyolefins, 177-200, 2004
Polylactide stereocomplexation leads to higher hydrolytic stability but more acidic hydrolysis product pattern
SR Andersson, M Hakkarainen, S Inkinen, A Södergård, AC Albertsson
Biomacromolecules 11 (4), 1067-1073, 2010
Designed to degrade
AC Albertsson, M Hakkarainen
Science 358 (6365), 872-873, 2017
Tuning the release rate of acidic degradation products through macromolecular design of caprolactone-based copolymers
M Hakkarainen, A Höglund, K Odelius, AC Albertsson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (19), 6308-6312, 2007
Microwave heating causes rapid degradation of antioxidants in polypropylene packaging, leading to greatly increased specific migration to food simulants as shown by ESI-MS and …
J Alin, M Hakkarainen
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 59 (10), 5418-5427, 2011
Porosity and pore size regulate the degradation product profile of polylactide
K Odelius, A Höglund, S Kumar, M Hakkarainen, AK Ghosh, ...
Biomacromolecules 12 (4), 1250-1258, 2011
Environmentally friendly plasticizers for poly (vinyl chloride)—Improved mechanical properties and compatibility by using branched poly (butylene adipate) as a polymeric …
A Lindström, M Hakkarainen
Journal of applied polymer science 100 (3), 2180-2188, 2006
Customizing the hydrolytic degradation rate of stereocomplex PLA through different PDLA architectures
S Regnell Andersson, M Hakkarainen, S Inkinen, A Södergård, ...
Biomacromolecules 13 (4), 1212-1222, 2012
Oligomeric isosorbide esters as alternative renewable resource plasticizers for PVC
B Yin, M Hakkarainen
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 119 (4), 2400-2407, 2011
Migration and hydrolysis of hydrophobic polylactide plasticizer
A Höglund, M Hakkarainen, AC Albertsson
Biomacromolecules 11 (1), 277-283, 2010
Heterogeneous biodegradation of polycaprolactone–low molecular weight products and surface changes
M Hakkarainen, AC Albertsson
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 203 (10‐11), 1357-1363, 2002
Dicarboxylic acids and ketoacids formed in degradable polyethylenes by zip depolymerization through a cyclic transition state
S Karlsson, M Hakkarainen, AC Albertsson
Macromolecules 30 (25), 7721-7728, 1997
Thermostable and impermeable “nano-barrier walls” constructed by poly (lactic acid) stereocomplex crystal decorated graphene oxide nanosheets
H Xu, D Wu, X Yang, L Xie, M Hakkarainen
Macromolecules 48 (7), 2127-2137, 2015
Type of polypropylene material significantly influences the migration of antioxidants from polymer packaging to food simulants during microwave heating
J Alin, M Hakkarainen
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 118 (2), 1084-1093, 2010
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