Papers

[1] A new method for the study of processes at the liquid-liquid interface using an array of microdroplets on a Au electrode
AO Simm, FG Chevallier, O Ordeig, FJ del Campo, FX Muñoz, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 2585-2592.

[2] Palladium sub-nanoparticle decorated 'bamboo' multi-walled carbon nanotubes exhibit electrochemical metastability: Voltammetric sensing in otherwise inaccessible pH ranges
XB Ji, CE Banks, AF Holloway, K Jurkschat, CA Thorogood, GG Wildgoose, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 2481-2485.

[3] Removal of toxic metal-ion pollutants from water by using chemically modified carbon powders
L Xiao, GG Wildgoose, A Crossley, R Knight, JH Jones, RG Compton, Chemistry-An Asian Journal, 1, (2006), 614-622.

[4] Electrochemistry in room temperature ionic liquids: A review and some possible applications
DS Silvester, RG Compton, Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie-International Journal Of Research In Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics, 220, (2006), 1247-1274.

[5] A microfluidic channel flow cell for electrochemical ESR
AJ Wain, RG Compton, R Le Roux, S Matthews, K Yunus, AC Fisher, Journal Of Physical Chemistry B, 110, (2006), 26040-26044.

[6] Regular arrays of microdisk electrodes: Numerical simulation as an optimizing tool to maximize the current response and minimize the electrode area used
FG Chevallier, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 2369-2374.

[7] The electrochemistry of vitamin B-12 in ionic liquids and its use in the electrocatalytic reduction of vicinal dibromoalkanes
MC Lagunas, DS Silvester, L Aldous, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 2263-2268.

[8] Electrochemical studies of gold and chloride in ionic liquids
L Aldous, DS Silvester, C Villagrán, WR Pitner, RG Compton, MC Lagunas, C Hardacre, New Journal Of Chemistry, 30, (2006), 1576-1583.

[9] Edge plane sites on highly ordered pyrolytic graphite as templates for making palladium nanowires via electrochemical decoration
XB Ji, CE Banks, W Xi, SJ Wilkins, RG Compton, Journal Of Physical Chemistry B, 110, (2006), 22306-22309.

[10] Understanding the electrochemical reactivity of bamboo multiwalled carbon nanotubes: the presence of oxygenated species at tube ends may not increase electron transfer kinetics
CE Banks, XB Ji, A Crossley, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 2137-2140.

[11] Multiwalled carbon nanotubes resist intercalation whereas pyrolytic graphite can exfoliate in propylene carbonate: Electroanalysis without the deleterious effects of intercalation for the detection of ammonia
XB Ji, CE Banks, G Hu, A Crossley, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 2141-2147.

[12] An electrochemical study of PCl3 and POCl3 in the room temperature ionic liquid [C(4)mpyrr][N(Tf)(2)]
DS Silvester, L Aldous, MC Lagunas, C Hardacre, RG Compton, Journal Of Physical Chemistry B, 110, (2006), 22035-22042.

[13] Designer interfaces: diffusional protection of electrodes using chemical architectures
GG Wildgoose, FG Chevallier, L Xiao, CA Thorogood, SJ Wilkins, A Crossley, L Jiang, TTG Jones, JH Jones, RG Compton, Journal Of Materials Chemistry, 16, (2006), 4103-4106.

[14] Voltammetric sizing of a sphere
N Fietkau, FG Chevallier, L Jiang, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 2162-2167.

[15] Designer electrode interfaces simultaneously comprising three different metal nanoparticle (Au, Ag, Pd)/carbon microsphere/carbon nanotube composites: progress towards combinatorial electrochemistry
X Dai, GG Wildgoose, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 1241-1247.

[16] Effect of deposited bismuth on the potential of maximum entropy of Pt(111) single-crystal electrodes
V Climent, N Garcia-Araez, RG Compton, JM Feliu, Journal Of Physical Chemistry B, 110, (2006), 21092-21100.

[17] Experimental cyclic voltammetry at partially blocked electrodes: Elevated cylindrical blocks - Significantly blocked and non-flat electrodes can appear to show one-dimensional diffusion
FG Chevallier, N Fietkau, J del Campo, R Mas, FX Muñoz, L Jiang, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 596, (2006), 25-32.

[18] Electrochemical reduction of nitrobenzene and 4-nitrophenol in the room temperature ionic liquid [C(4)dmim][N(Tf)(2)]
DS Silvester, AJ Wain, L Aldous, C Hardacre, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 596, (2006), 131-140.

[19] Iron(III) oxide graphite composite electrodes: Application to the electroanalytical detection of hydrazine and hydrogen peroxide
B Sljukic, CE Banks, A Crossley, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 1757-1762.

[20] Tagging of model amphetamines with sodium 1,2-naphthoquinone-4-sulfonate: Application to the indirect electrochemical detection of amphetamines in oral (saliva) fluid
A Goodwin, CE Banks, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 1833-1837.

[21] Fickian diffusion constrained on spherical surfaces: Voltammetry
M Thompson, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 1964-1970.

[22] Electroanalysis of Bromate, iodate and chlorate at tungsten oxide modified platinum microelectrode arrays
O Ordeig, CE Banks, FJ Del Campo, FX Muñoz, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 1672-1680.

[23] Microwave induced jet boiling investigated via voltammetry at ring-disk microelectrodes
MA Ghanem, M Thompson, RG Compton, BA Coles, S Harvey, KH Parker, D O'Hare, F Marken, Journal Of Physical Chemistry B, 110, (2006), 17589-17594.

[24] 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
X Dai, GG Wildgoose, C Salter, A Crossley, RG Compton, Analytical Chemistry, 78, (2006), 6102-6108.

[25] Diffusional protection of electrode surfaces using regular arrays of immobilised droplets: overcoming interferences in electroanalysis
AO Simm, O Ordeig, J del Campo, FX Muñoz, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 987-989.

[26] Abrasively modified electrodes: mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of electrochemical dissolution/growth processes under cyclic voltammetric conditions
FG Chevallier, A Goodwin, CE Banks, L Jiang, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, Journal Of Solid State Electrochemistry, 10, (2006), 857-864.

[27] Cryovoltammetrically probing functional group reductive cleavage: alkyl-sulfur versus aryl-sulfur bond cleavage in an alkyl naphthyl thioether under single electron-transfer is temperature switchable
CA Paddon, FL Bhatti, TJ Donohoe, RG Compton, Chemical Communications, , (2006), 3402-3404.

[28] Cryo-electrochemistry in tetrahydrofuran: The regioselective electrochemical reduction of a phenyl sulfone: Fast-scan cyclic voltammetry investigations
N Fietkau, CA Paddon, FL Bhatti, TJ Donohoe, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 593, (2006), 131-141.

[29] Trace metal detection in Sibenik Bay, Croatia: Cadmium, lead and copper with anodic stripping voltammetry and manganese via sonoelectrochemistry. A case study
D Omanovic, Z Kwokal, A Goodwin, A Lawrence, CE Banks, RG Compton, S Komorsky-Lovric, Journal Of The Iranian Chemical Society, 3, (2006), 128-139.

[30] Apparent 'electrocatalytic' activity of multiwalled carbon nanotubes in the detection of the anaesthetic halothane: occluded copper nanoparticles
X Dai, GG Wildgoose, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 901-906.

[31] Iron oxide particles are the active sites for hydrogen peroxide sensing at multiwalled carbon nanotube modified electrodes
B Sljukic, CE Banks, RG Compton, Nano Letters, 6, (2006), 1556-1558.

[32] The linear sweep voltammetry of random arrays of microdisc electrodes: Fitting of experimental data
O Ordeig, CE Banks, TJ Davies, J del Campo, FX Muñoz, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 592, (2006), 126-130.

[33] Linear sweep voltammetry at the tubular electrode: Theory of EC2 mechanisms
I Streeter, M Thompson, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 591, (2006), 133-140.

[34] Electroanalytical methods for the determination of sulfite in food and beverages
A Isaac, C Livingstone, AJ Wain, RG Compton, J Davis, TRaC-Trends In Analytical Chemistry, 25, (2006), 589-598.

[35] Electroanalytical applications of boron-doped diamond microelectrode arrays
NS Lawrence, M Pagels, A Meredith, TGJ Jones, CE Hall, CSJ Pickles, HP Godfried, CE Banks, RG Compton, L Jiang, Talanta, 69, (2006), 829-834.

[36] The theory of non-cottrellian diffusion on the surface of a sphere or truncated sphere
M Thompson, GG Wildgoose, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 1328-1336.

[37] Oxygenated edge plane sites slow the electron transfer of the ferro-/ferricyanide redox couple at graphite electrodes
XB Ji, CE Banks, A Crossley, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 1337-1344.

[38] Graphite micropowder modified with 4-amino-2,6-diphenylphenol supported on basal plane pyrolytic graphite electrodes: Micro sensing platforms for the indirect electrochemical detection of (9)-tetrahydrocannabinol in saliva
A Goodwin, CE Banks, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 1063-1067.

[39] Oxidation of electrodeposited copper on Boron Doped Diamond in acidic solution: Manipulating the size of copper nanoparticles using voltammetry
CM Welch, AO Simm, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 965-970.

[40] Electrochemical rate constants in room temperature ionic liquids: The oxidation of a series of ferrocene derivatives
N Fietkau, AD Clegg, RG Evans, C Villagrán, C Hardacre, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 1041-1045.

[41] Nano-electrochemical detection of hydrogen or protons using palladium nanoparticles: Distinguishing surface and bulk hydrogen
C Batchelor-McAuley, CE Banks, AO Simm, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 1081-1085.

[42] Cryo-electrochemistry in tetrahydrofuran: The electrochemical reduction of a phenyl thioether: [(3-{[trans-4-(methoxymethoxy)cyclohexyl]oxy}propyl)thio]benzene
CA Paddon, FL Bhatti, TJ Donohoe, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 589, (2006), 187-194.

[43] Gold ultra-microelectrode arrays: Application to the steady-state voltammetry of hydroxide ion in aqueous solution
O Ordeig, CE Banks, TJ Davies, FJ del Campo, FX Muñoz, RG Compton, Analytical Sciences, 22, (2006), 679-683.

[44] Electroanalytical sensing of green tea anticarcinogenic catechin compounds: Epigallocatechin gallate and epigallocatechin
A Goodwin, CE Banks, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 849-853.

[45] Screen printed electrodes and screen printed modified electrodes benefit from insonation
B Sljukic, NA Malakhova, KZ Brainina, CE Banks, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 928-930.

[46] Electroanalysis of trace manganese via cathodic stripping voltammetry: Exploration of edge plane pyrolytic graphite electrodes for environmental analysis
CM Welch, CE Banks, S Komorsky-Lovric, RG Compton, Croatica Chemica Acta, 79, (2006), 27-32.

[47] Graphite impurities cause the observed 'electrocatalysis' seen at C-60 modified glassy carbon electrodes in respect of the oxidation of L-cysteine
RT Kachoosangi, CE Banks, RG Compton, Analytica Chimica Acta, 566, (2006), 1-4.

[48] Simultaneous determination of uric acid and ascorbic acid using edge plane pyrolytic graphite electrodes
RT Kachoosangi, CE Banks, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 741-747.

[49] Microwave activation of processes in mesopores: The thiourea electrooxidation at mesoporous platinum
MA Ghanem, BA Coles, RG Compton, F Marken, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 793-800.

[50] Voltammetric reduction of perinaphthenone in aqueous and non-aqueous media: An electrochemical ESR investigation
AJ Wain, L Drouin, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 589, (2006), 128-138.

[51] Direct electrodeposition of gold nanoparticles onto indium tin oxide film coated glass: Application to the detection of arsenic(III)
X Dai, RG Compton, Analytical Sciences, 22, (2006), 567-570.

[52] Electrochemically polymerised composites of multi-walled carbon nanotubes and poly(vinylferrocene) and their use as modified electrodes: Application to glucose sensing
B Sljukic, CE Banks, C Salter, A Crossley, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 670-677.

[53] The electrochemistry of tetraphenyl porphyrin iron(III) within immobilized droplets supported on platinum electrodes
RAA Muñoz, CE Banks, TJ Davies, L Angnes, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 649-654.

[54] Ultrafast chronoamperometry of single impact events in acoustically agitated solid particulate suspensions
AD Clegg, NV Rees, CE Banks, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 807-811.

[55] Carbon nanotubes contain metal impurities which are responsible for the ""electrocatalysis"" seen at some nanotube-modified electrodes
CE Banks, A Crossley, C Salter, SJ Wilkins, RG Compton, Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, 45, (2006), 2533-2537.

[56] Acoustically fabricated random microelectrode assemblies
S Ward-Jones, AO Simm, CE Banks, RG Compton, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 13, (2006), 261-270.

[57] Trace detection of mercury(II) using gold ultra-microelectrode arrays
O Ordeig, CE Banks, J del Campo, FX Muñoz, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 573-578.

[58] Electrochemistry inside microdroplets of kerosene: Electroanalysis of (methylcyclopentadienyl) manganese(I) tricarbonyl(I)
RAA Muñoz, CE Banks, TL Davies, L Angnes, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 621-626.

[59] Mathematical modelling and simulation of adsorption processes at spherical microparticles
FG Chevallier, B Sljukic, GG Wildgoose, L Jiang, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 697-703.

[60] AFM studies of metal deposition: Instantaneous nucleation and the growth of cobalt nanoparticles on boron-doped diamond electrodes
AO Simm, XB Ji, CE Banks, ME Hyde, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 704-709.

[61] Detection of As(III) via oxidation to As(V) using platinum nanoparticle modified glassy carbon electrodes: arsenic detection without interference from copper
X Dai, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 516-521.

[62] The ammonia-free partial reduction of substituted pyridinium salts
TJ Donohoe, DJ Johnson, LH Mace, RE Thomas, JYK Chiu, JS Rodrigues, RG Compton, CE Banks, P Tomcík, MJ Bamford, O Ichihara, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 4, (2006), 1071-1084.

[63] The thermodynamics of sequestration of toxic copper(II) metal ion pollutants from aqueous media by L-cysteine methyl ester modified glassy carbon spheres
B Sljukic, GG Wildgoose, A Crossley, JH Jones, L Jiang, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, Journal Of Materials Chemistry, 16, (2006), 970-976.

[64] The direct electrochemical oxidation of ammonia in propylene carbonate: A generic approach to amperometric gas sensors
XB Ji, CE Banks, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 449-455.

[65] Regular arrays of microdisc electrodes: simulation quantifies the fraction of 'dead' electrodes
O Ordeig, CE Banks, TJ Davies, J del Campo, R Mas, FX Muñoz, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 440-445.

[66] Focused microwaves in electrochemical processes
F Marken, UK Sur, BA Coles, RG Compton, Electrochimica Acta, 51, (2006), 2195-2203.

[67] Voltammetric and electrochemical ESR studies of oxidation reactions mediated by tris(4-bromophenyl)amine in acetonitrile
AJ Wain, I Streeter, M Thompson, N Fietkau, L Drouin, AJ Fairbanks, RG Compton, Journal Of Physical Chemistry B, 110, (2006), 2681-2691.

[68] A kinetic study of the reaction between N,N-dimethyl-p-toluidine and its electrogenerated radical cation in a room temperature ionic liquid
RG Evans, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 488-496.

[69] The use of nanoparticles in electroanalysis: a review
CW Welch, RG Compton, Analytical And Bioanalytical Chemistry, 384, (2006), 601-619.

[70] Comparative solubilisation of potassium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate and sodium carbonate in hot dimethylformamide: application of cylindrical particle surface-controlled dissolution theory
CL Forryan, RG Compton, OV Klymenko, CM Brennan, CL Taylor, M Lennon, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 8, (2006), 633-641.

[71] Electrochemistry of phenol in bis{(trifluoromethyl)sulfonyl}amide ([NTf2](-)) based ionic liquids
C Villagrán, L Aldous, MC Lagunas, RG Compton, C Hardacre, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 588, (2006), 27-31.

[72] Sulfite determination at in situ plated copper modified gold ultramicroelectrode arrays
O Ordeig, CE Banks, FJ del Campo, FX Muñoz, J Davis, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 247-252.

[73] Linear sweep voltammetry at the tubular electrode: Theory of EC mechanisms
M Thompson, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 587, (2006), 186-192.

[74] Hydrodynamic cryoelectrochemical ESR: The reduction of ortho-bromonitrobenzene in acetonitrile
AJ Wain, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 587, (2006), 203-212.

[75] The electrochemical reaction mechanism of arsenic deposition on an Au(111) electrode
Z Jia, AO Simm, X Dai, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 587, (2006), 247-253.

[76] Mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of cyclic voltammetry at an electrode covered with an insulating film containing cylindrical micropores
FG Chevallier, L Jiang, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 587, (2006), 254-262.

[77] Metal nanopartictes and related materials supported on carbon nanotubes: Methods and applications
GG Wildgoose, CE Banks, RG Compton, Small, 2, (2006), 182-193.

[78] Extended electrochemical windows made accessible by room temperature ionic liquid/organic solvent electrolyte systems
MC Buzzeo, C Hardacre, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 7, (2006), 176-180.

[79] Theory of cyclic voltammetry in tubular electrodes under no flow conditions
M Thompson, J Davis, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 587, (2006), 56-59.

[80] Electrochemical response of cobalt(II) in the presence of ammonia
XB Ji, MC Buzzeo, CE Banks, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 18, (2006), 44-52.

[81] Multiwalled carbon nanotubes with molybdenum dioxide nanoplugs - New chemical nanoarchitectures by electrochemical modification
K Jurkschat, SJ Wilkins, CJ Salter, HC Leventis, GG Wildgoose, L Jiang, TGJ Jones, A Crossley, RG Compton, Small, 2, (2006), 95-98.

[82] Chemically modified carbon nanotubes for use in electroanalysis
GG Wildgoose, CE Banks, HC Leventis, RG Compton, Microchimica Acta, 152, (2006), 187-214.

[83] New electrodes for old: from carbon nanotubes to edge plane pyrolytic graphite
CE Banks, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 15-21.

[84] The electroanalytical detection of hydrazine: A comparison of the use of palladium nanoparticles supported on boron-doped diamond and palladium plated BDD microdisc array
C Batchelor-McAuley, CE Banks, AO Simm, TGJ Jones, RG Compton, Analyst, 131, (2006), 106-110.

[85] The electrochemistry of redox systems within immobilised water droplets
TJ Davies, SJ Wilkins, RG Compton, Journal Of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 586, (2006), 260-275.

[86] Oxidation of anthracene on platinum macro- and micro-electrodes: Sonoelectrochemical, cryoelectrochemical and sonocryoelectrochemical studies
CA Paddon, CE Banks, IG Davies, RG Compton, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 13, (2006), 126-132.