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Professor Patrick Unwin


Professor Julie Macpherson


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Postdoctoral Research Assistants


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Dr Cameron Bentley

Nanoscale Electrochemistry in Ionic Liquids (NEIL)

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Dr Tania Read

The Development of Boron Doped Diamond Sensors for Real World Analysis

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Dr Anthony Lucio

The Development of Boron Doped Diamond Electrochemical Sensors for Chlorine Analysis

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Dr Slava (Viacheslav) Shkirskiy

Nanoscale Electrochemistry on Light Metallic Alloys

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Dr Gabriel Meloni

Functional Nanoscale Imaging: New Techniques to Probe Living Cells

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Dr Ian McPherson

Crystallisation in the Real World: Delivering Control through Theory and Experiment

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Dr Minkyung Kang

Towards Better Electrocatalysts for a Greener Future

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Dr Haytham Hussein

The Development and Application of Diamond Electroanalytical Sensors for the Detection and Removal of Metals from Pharmaceutical Solutions

PhD Students


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Tom Scott

Developing Techniques for Studying the Humid Creep Inhibition Effect of Different Additives on Plaster

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Harriet Pearce

Quantitative Visualisation of Dissolution and Crystallisation: Size, Mass Transport, Kinetic and Surface Effects in Particulate Ensembles

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Development of Conductivity Sensors with Simultaneous Temperature Monitoring for the Marine Environment

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Bryn Jones

Using Electrochemical Imaging Techniques to Investigate Acid Erosion and Caries

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Sam Cobb

Development of Smart Diamond Windows for Electrochemical Sensing in Real Environments

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Lewis Yule

Using Nanoscale Electrochemical Imaging Methods to Investigate the Relationship Between Corrosion Processes and Microstructure on Steels

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Enrico Daviddi

Nanoscale Correlative Electrochemical Imaging: New Approaches to Understanding Metal Reactivity and Corrosion

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Baoping Chen

Single Entity Electrochemistry: From Single Nanoparticle to Single Molecule

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Alexandra Borrill

Engineered Diamond for Spectroelectrochemistry

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Shrina Bhagat

Determination of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Release Mechanisms During Dissolution of Oral Medication

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James Edmondson

Development of a Novel Electrochemical Scanning Tunnelling Microscope for use in High-Resolution Functional Mapping

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Dalia Swinya

Using Pulse-Potential SICM for Controllable Delivery of Ascorbic Acid to Carbon Fiber Ultramicroelectrode

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Binglin Tao

Electrochemical Imaging of
Energy Storage and Conversion Materials

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Emily Braxton

Applications of Electrochemistry in Pharmaceutical Research and Development

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Nicole Reily

Electroanalytical Chemistry meets Lake Biogeochemistry: pH and Heavy Metal Concentration Monitoring in Lakes with Deep-Water Anoxia

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Georgia Wood

Boron Doped Diamond Micro- and Nano-Particles for Electrochemical Applications

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Josh Tully

The Production of Thin Film Diamond Membranes for Combined Optical-Electrochemical Sensing

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Peter Morris

Electrochemically Controlled Crystallisation of Calcium Carbonate

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Kelsey Cremin

Analysis of Cellular Metabolism at Single Cell Resolution

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Jonatan Benarroch

Probing the Electrochemical Dynamics of Germination in Bacillus Subtilis Spores

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Oluwasegun (Segun) Wahab

Using Electrochemical Imaging Techniques to Investigate Antibiotic Resistance and Drug Action

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Teena Rajan

Bioanalytical Applications of Diamond Electrodes

Masters Students


 

Marlene Hill

New Approaches to Visualizing Dissolution from Subsurface Dental Lesions: Towards a Nanoscale Understanding of Tooth Decay

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Shay Chaudhuri

Deconvolution of non-faradic and faradic processes in square wave voltammetry

Group Visitors


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James Teahan

PhD student in Nikola Chmel's group, learning about electrochemical techniques for the characterisation of impurities in pharmaceuticals

   

 

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