Papers

[1] Gold nanoparticles show electroactivity: counting and sorting nanoparticles upon impact with electrodes
YG Zhou, NV Rees, J Pillay, R Tshikhudo, S Vilakazi, RG Compton, Chemical Communications, 48, (2012), 224-226.

[2] Making contact: charge transfer during particle-electrode collisions
NV Rees, YG Zhou, RG Compton, RSC Advances, 2, (2012), 379-384.

[3] The adsorption of quinizarin on boron-doped diamond
IB Dimov, C Batchelor-McAuley, L Aldous, RG Compton, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 2375-2380.

[4] Electrochemical Behavior of Two-Electron Redox Processes by Differential Pulse Techniques at Microelectrodes
A Molina, J Gonzalez, E Laborda, Q Li, C Batchelor-McAuley, RG Compton, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, (2012), 1070-1079.

[5] New Chemical Insights Using Weakly Supported Voltammetry: Ion Pairing in the EC2 Reduction of 2,6-Diphenylpyrylium in Acetonitrile
EO Barnes, YJ Wang, SR Belding, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 13, (2012), 92-95.

[6] New Electrochemical Methods
C Batchelor-McAuley, EJF Dickinson, NV Rees, KE Toghill, RG Compton, Analytical Chemistry, 84, (2012), 669-684.

[7] Electrochemistry of Zirconium Tetrachloride in the Ionic Liquid N-Butyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium Bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide: Formation of Zr(III) and Exploitation of ZrCl4 as a Facile Ionic Liquid Drying Agent
CP Fu, L Aldous, NSA Manan, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 24, (2012), 210-213.

[8] The electrochemical detection of tagged nanoparticles via particle-electrode collisions: nanoelectroanalysis beyond immobilisation
YG Zhou, NV Rees, RG Compton, Chemical Communications, 48, (2012), 2510-2512.

[9] Generator-collector double electrode systems: A review
EO Barnes, GEM Lewis, SEC Dale, F Marken, RG Compton, Analyst, 137, (2012), 1068-1081.

[10] Investigation of the optimal transient times for chronoamperometric analysis of diffusion coefficients and concentrations in non-aqueous solvents and ionic liquids
LHJ Xiong, L Aldous, MC Henstridge, RG Compton, Analytical Methods, 4, (2012), 371-376.

[11] Volatilisation of substituted ferrocene compounds of different sizes from room temperature ionic liquids: a kinetic and mechanistic study
CP Fu, L Aldous, EJF Dickinson, NSA Manan, RG Compton, New Journal of Chemistry, 36, (2012), 774-780.

[12] Experimental comparison of the Butler-Volmer and Marcus-Hush-Chidsey formalisms of electrode kinetics: The reduction of cyclooctatetraene at mercury hemispherical electrodes via cyclic and square wave voltammetries
D Suwatchara, NV Rees, MC Henstridge, E Laborda, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 665, (2012), 38-44.

[13] Nanoparticle-electrode collision studies: Brownian motion and the timescale of nanoparticle oxidation
EJF Dickinson, NV Rees, RG Compton, Chemical Physics Letters, 528, (2012), 44-48.

[14] Redox systems obeying Marcus-Hush-Chidsey electrode kinetics do not obey the Randles-Sevcik equation for linear sweep voltammetry
MC Henstridge, E Laborda, EJF Dickinson, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 664, (2012), 73-79.

[15] Electrode kinetics at carbon electrodes and the density of electronic states
R Nissim, C Batchelor-McAuley, MC Henstridge, RG Compton, Chemical Communications, 48, (2012), 3294-3296.

[16] Asymmetric Marcus theory: Application to electrode kinetics
E Laborda, MC Henstridge, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 667, (2012), 48-53.

[17] The use of nano-carbon as an alternative to multi-walled carbon nanotubes in modified electrodes for adsorptive stripping voltammetry
TWB Lo, L Aldous, RG Compton, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 162, (2012), 361-368.

[18] The non-destructive sizing of nanoparticles via particle-electrode collisions: Tag-redox coulometry (TRC)
NV Rees, YG Zhou, RG Compton, Chemical Physics Letters, 525-526, (2012), 69-71.

[19] The hydrogen evolution reaction in a room temperature ionic liquid: mechanism and electrocatalyst trends
Y Meng, L Aldous, SR Belding, RG Compton, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 5222-5228.

[20] Mass Transport to micro- and nanoelectrodes and their arrays: a review
MC Henstridge, RG Compton, Chemical Record, 12, (2012), 63-71.

[21] The use of differential pulse voltammetries to discriminate between the Butler-Volmer and the simple Marcus-Hush models for heterogeneous electron transfer: The electro-reduction of europium (III) in aqueous solution
Y Wang, E Laborda, MC Henstridge, F Martinez-Ortiz, A Molina, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 668, (2012), 7-12.

[22] Particle-impact voltammetry: The reduction of hydrogen peroxide at silver nanoparticles impacting a carbon electrode
EJE Stuart, NV Rees, RG Compton, Chemical Physics Letters, 531, (2012), 94-97.

[23] One-step synthesis of fluorescein modified nano-carbon for Pd(II) detection via fluorescence quenching
J Panchompoo, L Aldous, M Baker, MI Wallace, RG Compton, Analyst, 137, (2012), 2054-2062.

[24] A green approach to Fenton chemistry: mono-hydroxylation of salicylic acid in aqueous medium by the electrogeneration of Fenton's reagent
J Panchompoo, L Aldous, M Kabeshow, BS Pilgrim, TJ Donohoe, RG Compton, New Journal of Chemistry, 36, (2012), 1265-1272.

[25] Electrochemical determination of glutathione: a review
JC Harfield, C Batchelor-McAuley, RG Compton, Analyst, 137, (2012), 2285-2296.

[26] The electrochemical reduction of triphenylethylene in DMSO: a mechanistic study using mercury hemispherical microelectrodes
D Suwatchara, NV Rees, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 669, (2012), 14-20.

[27] Voltammetry of multi-electron electrode processes of organic species
C Batchelor-McAuley, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 669, (2012), 73-81.

[28] The theory of cyclic voltammetry of electrochemically heterogeneous surfaces: comparison of different models for surface geometry and applications to highly ordered pyrolytic graphite
KR Ward, NS Lawrence, RS Hartshorne, RG Compton, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 7264-7275.

[29] Microwave Activation of Electrochemical Processes in Ionic Liquid Impregnated Ionomer Spheres
SEC Dale, RG Compton, F Marken, Electroanalysis, 24, (2012), 997-1002.

[30] An electrochemical thermometer: voltammetric measurement of temperature and its application to amperometric gas sensing
LHJ Xiong, AM Fletcher, S Ernst, SG Davies, RG Compton, Analyst, 137, (2012), 2567-2573.

[31] Electrochemical oxidation of nitrite: Kinetic, mechanistic and analytical study by square wave voltammetry
Y Wang, E Laborda, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 670, (2012), 56-61.

[32] Tuning solute redox potentials by varying the anion component of room temperature ionic liquids
LHJ Xiong, AM Fletcher, SG Davies, SE Norman, C Hardacre, RG Compton, Chemical Communications, 48, (2012), 5784-5786.

[33] The formal potentials and electrode kinetics of the proton/hydrogen couple in various room temperature ionic liquids
Y Meng, L Aldous, SR Belding, RG Compton, Chemical Communications, 48, (2012), 5572-5574.

[34] Square wave voltammetry at disc microelectrodes for characterization of two electron redox processes
E Laborda, A Molina, Q Li, C Batchelor-McAuley, RG Compton, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 8319-8327.

[35] Giving physical insight into the Butler-Volmer model of electrode kinetics: Application of asymmetric Marcus-Hush theory to the study of the electroreductions of 2-methyl-2-nitropropane, cyclooctatetraene and europium(III) on mercury microelectrodes
MC Henstridge, E Laborda, YJ Wang, D Suwatchara, NV Rees, A Molina, F Martinez-Ortiz, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 672, (2012), 45-52.

[36] Formic acid electro-synthesis from carbon dioxide in a room temperature ionic liquid
BC Martindale, RG Compton, Chemical Communications, 48, (2012), 6487-6489.

[37] Analytical Solutions for the Study of Multielectron Transfer Processes by Staircase, Cyclic, and Differential Voltammetries at Disc Microelectrodes
A Molina, C Serna, Q Li, E Laborda, C Batchelor-McAuley, RG Compton, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, (2012), 11470-11479.

[38] Determination of Sb(V) Using Differential Pulse Anodic Stripping Voltammetry at an Unmodified Edge Plane Pyrolytic Graphite Electrode
M Lu, NV Rees, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 24, (2012), 1306-1310.

[39] Differential pulse techniques in weakly supported media: Changes in the kinetics and thermodynamics of electrode processes resulting from the supporting electrolyte concentration
Y Wang, EO Barnes, E Laborda, A Molina, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 673, (2012), 13-23.

[40] Mass transport at electrodes of arbitrary geometry. Reversible charge transfer reactions in square wave voltammetry
A Molina, J Gonzalez, E Laborda, RG Compton, Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, 48, (2012), 600-609.

[41] Mass transport to and within porous electrodes. Linear sweep voltammetry and the effects of pore size: The prediction of double peaks for a single electrode process
MC Henstridge, EJF Dickinson, RG Compton, Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, 48, (2012), 629-635.

[42] Electrode modification using porous layers. Maximising the analytical response by choosing the most suitable voltammetry: Differential Pulse vs Square Wave vs Linear sweep voltammetry
E Laborda, A Molina, F Martinez-Ortiz, RG Compton, Electrochimica Acta, 73, (2012), 3-9.

[43] Switching transition states with changing electrode potential: Zn(II)/Zn electrodeposition on glassy carbon in the N-butyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide ionic liquid
S Ernst, MC Henstridge, RG Compton, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 16, (2012), 2329-2333.

[44] Asymmetric Marcus-Hush model of electron transfer kinetics: Application to the voltammetry of surface-bound redox systems
MC Henstridge, E Laborda, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 674, (2012), 90-96.

[45] Adsorption of bismuth ions on graphite chemically modified with gallic acid
M Vasic, B Sljukic, GG Wildgoose, RG Compton, Phyiscal Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 10027-10031.

[46] Electron transfer kinetics at single nanoparticles
J Kahk, NV Rees, J Pillay, R Tshikhudo, S Vilakazi, RG Compton, Nano Today, 7, (2012), 174-179.

[47] Easy fabrication of a vibrating foil electrode
M Lu, NV Rees, RG Compton, Analytical Methods, 4, (2012), 1932-1934.

[48] Additive Differential Double Pulse Voltammetry Applied to the Study of Multistep Electron Transfer Reactions with Microelectrodes of Different Geometries
A Molina, J Gonzalez, E Laborda, RG Compton, International Journal of Electrochemical Science, 7, (2012), 5765-5778.

[49] Determining unknown concentrations of nanoparticles: the particle-impact electrochemistry of nickel and silver
EJE Stuart, YG Zhou, NV Rees, RG Compton, RSC Advances, 2, (2012), 6879-6884.

[50] Comparative evaluation of the symmetric and asymmetric Marcus-Hush formalisms of electrode kinetics - The one-electron oxidation of tetraphenylethylene in dichloromethane on platinum microdisk electrodes
D Suwatchara, MC Henstridge, NV Rees, E Laborda, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 677, (2012), 120-126.

[51] Electrochemical Detection of Ammonia in Aqueous Solution using Fluorescamine: A Comparison of Fluorometric Versus Voltammetric Analysis
J Panchompoo, RG Compton, Journal of Electrochemistry, 18, (2012), 437-449.

[52] Giving physical insight into the Butler-Volmer model of electrode kinetics: Part 2-Nonlinear solvation effects on the voltammetry of heterogeneous electron transfer processes
E Laborda, MC Henstridge, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 681, (2012), 96-102.

[53] Direct extraction of kinetic parameters from experimental cyclic voltammetry
MC Henstridge, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 681, (2012), 109-112.

[54] The anthraquinone mediated one-electron reduction of oxygen in acetonitrile
R Nissim, C Batchelor-McAuley, Q Li, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 681, (2012), 44-48.

[55] Square Wave Electroanalysis at Generator-Collector Gold-Gold Double Hemisphere Junctions
GEM Lewis, SEC Dale, SEC Dale, B Kasprzyk-Hordern, EO Barnes, RG Compton, F Marken, Electroanalysis, 24, (2012), 1726-1731.

[56] Determination of Iron: Electrochemical Methods
M Lu, NV Rees, AS Kabakaev, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 24, (2012), 1693-1702.

[57] Nanoparticle-electrode impacts: the oxidation of copper nanoparticles has slow kinetics
B Haddou, NV Rees, RG Compton, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 13612-13617.

[58] Synthesis and characterization of carbon nanotubes covalently functionalized with amphiphilic polymer coated superparamagnetic nanocrystals
JC Bear, PD McNaughter, K Jurkschat, A Crossley, L Aldous, RG Compton, AG Mayes, GG Wildgoose, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 383, (2012), 110-117.

[59] The charge transfer kinetics of the oxidation of silver and nickel nanoparticles via particle-electrode impact electrochemistry
YG Zhou, B Haddou, NV Rees, RG Compton, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 14354-14357.

[60] A simultaneous voltammetric temperature and humidity sensor
LHJ Xiong, AM Fletcher, SG Davies, SE Norman, C Hardacre, RG Compton, Analyst, 137, (2012), 4951-4957.

[61] Steady-state voltammetry at a microdisc electrode in the absence of excess supporting electrolyte for reversible, quasi-reversible and irreversible electrode kinetics
SR Belding, E Laborda, RG Compton, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, (2012), 14635-14649.

[62] Modelling the steady state voltammetry of a single spherical nanoparticle on a surface
KR Ward, NS Lawrence, RS Hartshorne, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 683, (2012), 37-42.

[63] Cyclic voltammetry in the absence of excess supporting electrolyte: The effect of analyte charge
SR Belding, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 683, (2012), 1-13.

[64] New Chemical Insights Using Weakly Supported Voltammetry: The Reductive Cleavage of Aryl-Br Bonds is Reversible
Y Wang, EO Barnes, RG Compton, ChemPhysChem, 13, (2012), 3441-3444.

[65] Facile in situ characterization of gold nanoparticles on electrode surfaces by electrochemical techniques: average size, number density and morphology determination
Y Wang, E Laborda, C Salter, A Crossley, RG Compton, Analyst, 137, (2012), 4693-4697.

[66] Ammonium-Directed Olefinic Epoxidation: Kinetic and Mechanistic Insights
MB Brennan, TDW Claridge, RG Compton, SG Davies, AM Fletcher, MC Henstridge, DS Hewings, W Kurosawa, JA Lee, PM Roberts, AK Schoonen, JE Thomson, Journal of Organic Chemistry, 77, (2012), 7241-7261.

[67] Electrode-nanoparticle collisions: The measurement of the sticking coefficients of gold and nickel nanoparticles from aqueous solution onto a carbon electrode
YG Zhou, EJE Stuart, J Pillay, S Vilakazi, R Tshikhudo, NV Rees, RG Compton, Chemical Physics Letters, 551, (2012), 68-71.

[68] Direct Voltammetric Determination of Total Iron with a Gold Microelectrode Ensemble
EA Zakharova, EE Elesova, GN Noskova, M Lu, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 24, (2012), 2061-2069.

[69] Molecular insights into electron transfer processes via variable temperature cyclic voltammetry. Application of the asymmetric Marcus-Hush model
D Suwatchara, NV Rees, MC Henstridge, E Laborda, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 685, (2012), 53-62.

[70] Selective Curcuminoid Separation and Detection via Nickel Complexation and Adsorptive Stripping Voltammetry
DM Wray, C Batchelor-McAuley, RG Compton, Electroanalysis, 24, (2012), 2244-2248.

[71] Marcus-Hush-Chidsey theory of electron transfer applied to voltammetry: A review
MC Henstridge, E Laborda, NV Rees, RG Compton, Electrochimica Acta, 84, (2012), 12-20.

[72] A comparison of the Butler-Volmer and asymmetric Marcus-Hush models of electrode kinetics at the channel electrode
MC Henstridge, NV Rees, RG Compton, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 687, (2012), 79-83.