Book Chapters, Peer-Reviewed

  • Ekberg, C., Nilsson, M., Retegan, T. (2016). Concluding Remarks (Ch. Chapter 8). In Chagnes, A., Cote, G., Ekberg, C., Nilsson, M., Retegan, T. (Eds.) WEEE Recycling – Research, Development and Policies (1st ed., pp. 209 – 212). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier. 978-0-12-803363-0. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/978-0-12-803363-0.00014-6.
  • Nash, K. L., Nilsson, M. (2015) Introduction to the reprocessing and recycling of spent nuclear fuels. In R. J. Taylor (Ed.), Reprocessing and Recycling of Spent Nuclear Fuels for Advanced Nuclear Fuel Cycles. 1st edition. Chapter 1a, Introduction. (pp. 3-25). Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy: Number 79. Cambridge, UK. Woodhead Publishing Limited. ISBN: 978-1-78242-212-9.
  • Nilsson, M., Zalupski, P., Antonio, M. (2013). Supramolecular Aspects of Stable Water in Oil Microemulsions in Chemical Separations. In B. Moyer (Ed.), Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction: A Series of Advances. Vol. 21. Chapter 6. (pp. 183-254). CRC Press.
  • Herbst, R. S., Baron, P., Nilsson, M. (2011). Standard and advanced separation: PUREX processes for nuclear fuel reprocessing. In K. L. Nash, G. J. Lumetta (Eds.), Advanced separation techniques for nuclear fuel reprocessing and radioactive waste treatment. 1st edition. Chapter 6. Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy: Number 2. (pp. 141-175). Cambridge, UK. Woodhead Publishing Limited.
  • Fermvik, A., Nilsson, M., Christian, E. (2010). Radiolytic degradation of heterocyclic nitrogen containing ligands from low dose rate gamma sources. In C. Wai, B. Mincher (Eds.), Nuclear Energy and the Environment. 18. Vol. ACS symposium series 1046. (pp. 215-230). USA. American Chemical Society.