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2008

  1. Using Capsaicin Modified Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Based Electrodes and p-Chloranil Modified Carbon Paste Electrodes for the Determination of Amines: Application to Benzocaine and Lidocaine,
    Roohollah T. Kachoosangi, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2008, 20, 2495-2500

  2. The use of copper(II) oxide nanorod bundles for the non-enzymatic voltammetric sensing of carbohydrates and hydrogen peroxide,
    Christopher Batchelor-McAuley, Yi Du, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Sensors Act. B, 2008, 135, 230-235

  3. Direct electrochemistry of horseradish peroxidase immobilized in a chitosan–[C4mim][BF4] film: Determination of electrode kinetic parameters,
    Jenny S. Long, Debbie S. Silvester, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Annette-E. Surkus, Gerd-Uwe Flechsig and Richard G. Compton,
    Bioelectrochem., 2008, 74, 183-187

  4. Homoleptic Permethylpentalene Complexes: “Double Metallocenes” of the First-Row Transition Metals,
    Andrew E. Ashley, Robert T. Cooper, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Jennifer C. Green and Dermot O’Hare,
    J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2008, 130, 15662–15677

  5. The Fabrication and Characterization of a Bismuth Nanoparticle Modified Boron Doped Diamond Electrode and Its Application to the Simultaneous Determination of Cadmium(II) And Lead(II),
    Kathryn E. Toghill, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Amir Moshar, Chris Mulcahy and Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2008, 20, 1731-1737

  6. Investigating the voltammetric reduction of methylviologen at gold and carbon based electrode materials. Evidence for a surface bound adsorption mechanism leading to electrode “protection” using multi-walled carbon nanotubes,
    Lei Xiao, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    New J. Chem., 2008, 32, 1628-1633

  7. Removal of palladium ions from aqueous systems by chemically modified cysteine carbon powder,
    Poobalasingam Abiman, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Alison Crossley and Richard G. Compton,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2008, 18, 3948-3953

  8. Adsorptive Stripping Voltammetric Determination of 4-Hexylresorcinol in Pharmaceutical Products Using Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Based Electrodes,
    Roohollah Torabi Kachoosangi, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2008, 20, 1714-1718

  9. Unusual Voltammetry of the Reduction of O2 in [C4dmim][N(Tf)2] Reveals a Strong Interaction of O2 •− with the [C4dmim]+ Cation,
    Alexander S. Barnes, Emma I. Rogers, Ian Streeter, Leigh Aldous, Christopher Hardacre, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2008, 112, 13709–13715

  10. The Convenient Determination of Palladium at a Solid Electrode via Adsorptive Stripping Voltammetry at a Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with a Random Array of Mercury Nanodroplets,
    Poobalasingam Abiman, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Lei Xiao and Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2008, 20, 1607-1609

  11. Developing Random Network Theory for Carbon Nanotube Modified Electrode Voltammetry: Introduction and Application to Estimating the Potential Drop between MWCNT−MWCNT Contacts,
    Andrew F. Holloway, David A. Craven, Lei Xiao, Javier Del Campo and Gregory G. Wildgoose,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2008, 112, 13729–13738

  12. Cyclic voltammetry on electrode surfaces covered with porous layers: An analysis of electron transfer kinetics at single-walled carbon nanotube modified electrodes,
    Ian Streeter, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Lidong Shao and Richard G. Compton,
    Sensors Act. B, 2008, 133, 462-466

  13. The influence of substrate effects when investigating new nanoparticle modified electrodes exemplified by the electroanalytical determination of aspirin on NiO nanoparticles supported on graphite,
    Christopher Batchelor-McAuley and Gregory G. Wildgoose,
    Electrochem. Commun., 2008, 10, 1129-1131

  14. Fabricating random arrays of boron doped diamond nano-disc electrodes: Towards achieving maximum Faradaic current with minimum capacitive charging,
    Lei Xiao, Ian Streeter, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Sensors Act. B, 2008, 133, 118-127

  15. An electrochemical comparison of manganese dioxide microparticles versus alpha and beta manganese dioxide nanorods: mechanistic and electrocatalytic behaviour,
    Christopher Batchelor-McAuley, Lidong Shao, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Malcolm L. H. Green and Richard G. Compton,
    New J. Chem., 2008, 32, 1195-1203

  16. A mechanistic investigation into the covalent chemical derivatisation of graphite and glassy carbon surfaces using aryldiazonium salts,
    Poobalasingam Abiman, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    J. Phys. Org. Chem., 2008, 21, 433-439

  17. The influence of edge-plane defects and oxygen-containing surface groups on the voltammetry of acid-treated, annealed and “super-annealed” multiwalled carbon nanotubes,
    Andrew F. Holloway, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton, Lidong Shao and Malcolm L. H. Green,
    J. Solid State Electrochem., 2008, 12,1337-1348

  18. Design, fabrication, characterisation and application of nanoelectrode arrays,
    Richard G. Compton, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Neil V. Rees, Ian Streeter and Ronan Baron,
    Chem. Phys. Lett., 2008, 459, 1-17

  19. Carbon nanotube-based electrochemical sensors for quantifying the “heat” of chilli peppers: the adsorptive stripping voltammetric determination of capsaicin,
    Roohollah Torabi Kachoosangi, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Analyst, 2008, 133, 888-895

  20. Electrochemical Opening of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Filled with Metal Halides and with Closed Ends,
    Andrew F. Holloway, Kathryn Toghill, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton, Michael A. H. Ward, Gerard Tobias, Simon A. Llewellyn, Belén Ballesteros, Malcolm L. H. Green and Alison Crossley,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2008, 112, 10389–10397

  21. Sensitive electrochemical detection of arsenic (III) using gold nanoparticle modified carbon nanotubes via anodic stripping voltammetry,
    Lei Xiao, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Anal. Chim. Act., 2008, 620, 44-49

  22. The contrasting behaviour of polycrystalline bulk gold and gold nanoparticle modified electrodes towards the underpotential deposition of thallium,
    Christopher Batchelor-McAuley, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    New. J. Chem., 2008, 32, 941-946

  23. Copper oxide nanoparticle impurities are responsible for the electroanalytical detection of glucose seen using multiwalled carbon nanotubes,
    Christopher Batchelor-McAuley, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton, Lidong Shao and Malcolm L.H. Green
    Sensors Act. B, 2008, 132, 356-360

  24. Sensitive adsorptive stripping voltammetric determination of paracetamol at multiwalled carbon nanotube modified basal plane pyrolytic graphite electrode,
    Roohollah Torabi Kachoosangi, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Anal. Chim. Act., 2008, 618, 54-60

  25. The Electrocatalytic Properties of Arc-MWCNTs and Associated Carbon “Onions”,
    Martin C. Henstridge, Lidong Shao, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton, Gerard Tobias and Malcolm L. H. Green,
    Electroanalysis, 2008, 20, 498-506

  26. Investigating the Mechanism for the Covalent Chemical Modification of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes Using Aryl Diazonium Salts,
    Poobalasingam Abiman, Gregory G. Wildgoose and Richard G. Compton,
    Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 2008, 3, 104-117

  27. Gold Nanoparticle-Modified Carbon Nanotubes-Modified Electrodes. Using Voltammetry to Measure the Total Length of the Nanotubes,
    Ian Streeter, Lei Xiao, Gregory G. Wildgoose, and Richard G. Compton,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2008, 112, 1933–1937
2007

  1. Contrasting pKa of protonated Bis(3-aminopropyl)-terminated polyethylene glycol "Jeffamine" and the associated thermodynamic parameters in solution and covalently attached to graphite surfaces
    Poobalasingam Abiman, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Alison Crossley, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    Chem. Eur. J., 2007, 13, 9663-9667

  2. The expansion/contraction of gold microparticles during voltammetrically induced amalgamation leads to mechanical instability
    Laura Barrosse-Antle, Lei Xiao, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Ronan Baron, Chris J. Salter, Alison Crossley, Richard G. Compton,
    New J. Chem., 2007, 31, 2071-2075

  3. A New Method of Studying Ion Transfer at Liquid|Liquid Phase Boundaries Using a Carbon Nanotube Paste Electrode with a Redox Active Binder
    Roohollah T. Kachoosangi, Lei Xiao, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Frank Marken, Philip C. B. Page, Richard G. Compton
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2007, 111, 18353-18360

  4. Electrolysis of ammonium carbamate: a voltammetric and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic investigation into the modification of carbon electrodes
    Gregory G. Wildgoose, Adam T. Masheter, Alison Crossley, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 2007, 2, 809-819

  5. Differentiating between ortho- and para-Quinone Surface Groups on Graphite, Glassy Carbon, and Carbon Nanotubes Using Organic and Inorganic Voltammetric and X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Labels
    Charles A. Thorogood, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Alison Crossley, R. M. J. Jacobs, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton
    Chem. Mater., 2007, 19, 4964-4974

  6. Voltammetric and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic fingerprinting of carboxylic acid groups on the surface of carbon nanotubes via derivatisation with arylnitro labels
    Adam. T. Masheter, Lei Xiao, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Alison Crossley, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2007, 17, 3515-3524

  7. Room temperature ionic liquid carbon nanotube paste electrodes: overcoming large capacitive currents using rotating disk electrodes
    Roohollah T. Kachoosangi, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2007, 19, 1483-1489

  8. A facile method of modifying graphite powder with aminophenyl groups in bulk quantities
    Adam T. Masheter, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Alison Crossley, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2007, 17, 3008-3014

  9. Investigating the reactive sites and the anomalously large changes in surface pKa values of chemically modified carbon nanotubes of different morphologies
    Adam T. Masheter, Poobalasingam Abiman, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Elicia Wong, Lei Xiao, Neil V. Rees, Robert Taylor, Gary A. Attard, Ronan Baron, Alison Crossley, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2007, 17, 2616-1626

  10. Identifying quinone-like species on the surface of graphitic carbon and multi-walled carbon nanotubes using reactions with 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine to provide a voltammetric fingerprint
    Charles A. Thorogood, Gregory G. Wildgoose, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    New J. Chem., 2007, 31, 958-965

  11. Investigating the Thermodynamic Causes Behind the Anomalously Large Shifts in pKa Values of Benzoic Acid-Modified Graphite and Glassy Carbon Surfaces
    Poobalasingam Abiman, Alison Crossley, Gregory G. Wildgoose, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    Langmuir, 2007, 23, 7847-7852

  12. The voltammetric determination of peroxynitrite at a mercury film electrode
    Elza A. Zakharova, Tatyana A. Yurmazova, Boris F. Nazarov, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    New J. Chem., 2007, 31, 394-400

  13. Electroanalytical exploitation of nitroso phenyl modified carbon-thiol interactions: application to the low voltage determination of thiols
    Poobalasingam Abiman, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2007, 19, 437-444

  14. Triple component carbon epoxy pH probe
    Nathan S. Lawrence, Markus Pagels, Simon F. J. Hackett, Sean McCormack, Andrew Meredith, Timothy G. J. Jones, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2007, 19, 424-428


2006

  1. Palladium sub-nanoparticle decorated 'bamboo' multi-walled carbon nanotubes exhibit electrochemical metastability: voltammetric sensing in otherwise inaccessible pH ranges
    Xiaobo Ji, Craig E. Banks, Andrew F. Holloway, Kerstin Jurkschat, Charles A. Thorogood, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    Electroanalysis, 2006, 18, 2481-2485

  2. Removal of toxic metal-ion pollutants from water by using chemically modified carbon powders
    Lei Xiao, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Alison Crossley, Robert Knight, John H. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    Chem. Asian J., 2006, 1, 614-622

  3. Designer electrode interfaces simultaneously comprising three different metal nanoparticle (Au, Ag, Pd)/carbon microsphere/carbon nanotube composites: progress towards combinatorial electrochemistry
    Xuan Dai, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    Analyst, 2006, 131, 1241-1247

  4. Designer interfaces: diffusional protection of electrodes using chemical architectures
    Gregory G. Wildgoose, François G. Chevallier, Lei Xiao, Shelley J. Wilkins, Alison Crossley, Li Jiang, Timothy G. J. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2006, 16, 4103-4106

  5. Electroanalysis Using Macro-, Micro-, and Nanochemical Architectures on Electrode Surfaces. Bulk Surface Modification of Glassy Carbon Microspheres with Gold Nanoparticles and Their Electrical Wiring Using Carbon Nanotubes
    Xuan Dai, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Chris J. Salter, Alison Crossley, Richard G. Compton,
    Anal. Chem., 2006, 78, 6102-6108

  6. Apparent 'electrocatalytic' activity of multiwalled carbon nanotubes in the detection of the anaesthetic halothane: occluded copper nanoparticles
    Xuan Dai, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    Analyst, 2006, 131, 901-906

  7. The theory of non-Cottrellian diffusion on the surface of a sphere or truncated sphere
    Mary Thompson, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Richard G. Compton,
    ChemPhysChem, 2006, 7, 1328-1336

  8. Mathematical modelling and simulation of adsorption processes at spherical microparticles
    François, G. Chevallier, Biljana Šljukić, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Li Jiang, Timothy G. J. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    ChemPhysChem, 2006, 7, 697-703

  9. The thermodynamics of sequestration of toxic copper(II) metal ion pollutants from aqueous media by L-cysteine methyl ester modified glassy carbon spheres
    Biljana Šljukić, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Alison Crossley, John H. Jones, Li Jiang, Timothy G. J. Jones, Richard G. Compton,
    J. Mater. Chem., 2006, 16, 970-976

  10. Metal nanopartictes and related materials supported on carbon nanotubes: Methods and applications
    Gregory G. Wildgoose, Craig E. Banks, Richard G. Compton,
    Small, 2006, 2, 182-193

  11. Chemically modified carbon nanotubes for use in electroanalysis
    Gregory G. Wildgoose, Craig E. Banks, Henry C. Leventis, Richard G. Compton,
    Microchim. Act., 2006, 152, 187-214

  12. Multiwalled carbon nanotubes with molybdenum dioxide nanoplugs - new chemical nanoarchitectures by electrochemical modification
    Kerstin Jurkschat, Shelley J. Wilkins, Chris J. Salter, Henry C. Leventis, Gregory G. Wildgoose, Li Jiang, Timothy G. J. Jones, Alison Crossley, Richard G. Compton,
    Small, 2006, 2, 95-98