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Raman Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis
- R. McCreery
- 30 June 2000
This volume by McCreery gives a very well balanced and authoritative account of Raman microscopy in all its different variants, and the ability to form images is the one that will capture a large share of devotees.
Advanced carbon electrode materials for molecular electrochemistry.
- R. McCreery
- Materials Science, ChemistryChemical reviews
- 17 June 2008
This paper presents a meta-analyses of the physical and chemical properties of Boron-Doped Diamond for Electrochemistry as well as a mechanistic analysis of the properties of the diamond itself and some of its applications.
Raman Spectroscopy of Carbon Materials: Structural Basis of Observed Spectra
calculations of the phonon density of states, Al-Jishi and Dresselha~s~~~~~ have attributed the second-order bands
Potential oxidative pathways of brain catecholamines.
Qualitatively the fast chemical reactions of the initial oxidation products, the o-quinones, are examined and support oxidation pathways recently reported in [3H]-norepinephrine binding to particulate cell fractions.
Raman spectroscopy of normal and diseased human breast tissues.
Differences between benign and malignant lesions were smaller than those between normal and IDC specimens, but were still reproducible and the possibility of rapid diagnosis with Raman spectroscopy is considered.
Photoresist‐Derived Carbon for Microelectromechanical Systems and Electrochemical Applications
Photopatterned resists pyrolyzed at different temperatures and different ambient atmospheres can be used as a carbonaceous material for microelectromechanical systems. Carbon films were prepared by…
Electron Transfer Kinetics at Modified Carbon Electrode Surfaces: The Role of Specific Surface Sites
The electron transfer (El') kinetics of Ru(NH~)~~+/~+, II-C~~~-/~-, Fc?(CN)~~-/~-, Feaq2+/3+, and Vaq2+l3+ were examined on several modified glassy carbon surfaces. The kinetics of the aquated ions…
Chemistry of a Chromate Conversion Coating on Aluminum Alloy AA2024‐T3 Probed by Vibrational Spectroscopy
Infrared and Raman spectroscopy were used to characterize a chromate conversion coating (CCC) on 2024-T3 aluminum aircraft alloy with a long range objective of determining the anticorrosion mechanism…
Photometric Standards for Raman Spectroscopy
- R. McCreery
- 15 August 2006
Correction of Raman spectra for instrument response to produce a spectrum with reliable relative peak intensities is not commonly performed, in part because of experimental difficulty and lack of…
Mono- and multilayer formation by diazonium reduction on carbon surfaces monitored with atomic force microscopy "scratching".
The results are consistent with a conductance increase in the growing film, which yields a partially conductive layer that can support further diazonium ion reduction and additional layer growth.