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Pumera, Martin
หน่วยงาน Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
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# หัวเรื่อง
ปี พ.ศ. 2558
1 Chemical energy powered nano/micro/macromotors and the environment
2 Inherent electrochemistry of layered post-transition metal halides : the unexpected effect of potential cycling of PbI2
3 Labeling graphene oxygen groups with europium
4 Misfit-layered Bi1.85Sr2Co1.85O7.7−δ for the hydrogen evolution Reaction : beyond van der Waals heterostructures
5 Thiofluorographene-hydrophilic graphene derivative with semiconducting and genosensing properties
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6 Rational design of carboxyl groups perpendicularly attached to a graphene sheet : a platform for enhanced biosensing applications
7 Regeneration of a conjugated sp2 graphene system through selective defunctionalization of epoxides by using a proven synthetic chemistry mechanism
8 Biomimetic artificial inorganic enzyme-free self-propelled microfish robot for selective detection of Pb2+ in water
9 Cytotoxicity profile of highly hydrogenated graphene
10 Oxygen-free highly conductive graphene papers
11 Fluorographites (CFx)n exhibit improved heterogeneous electron-transfer rates with increasing level of fluorination : towards the sensing of biomolecules
12 Cytotoxicity profile of highly hydrogenated graphene
13 Towards graphane applications in security: the electrochemical detection of trinitrotoluene in seawater on hydrogenated graphene
14 Capacitance of p- and n-doped graphenes is dominated by structural defects regardless of the dopant type
15 Cytotoxicity of exfoliated transition-metal dichalcogenides (MoS2, WS2, and WSe2) is lower than that of graphene and its analogues
16 Graphene oxides prepared by Hummers’, Hofmann’s, and Staudenmaier’s methods : dramatic influences on heavy-metal-ion adsorption
17 Graphene oxides : transformations in natural waters over a period of three months
18 Mycotoxins : simultaneous detection of zearalenone and citrinin by voltammetry on edge plane pyrolytic graphite electrode
19 Direct voltammetric determination of redox-active iron in carbon nanotubes
20 Heteroatom modified graphenes : electronic and electrochemical applications
21 Iridium-catalyst-based autonomous bubble-propelled graphene micromotors with ultralow catalyst loading
22 Precise tuning of the charge transfer kinetics and catalytic properties of MoS2 materials via electrochemical methods
23 Lithium intercalation compound dramatically influences the electrochemical properties of exfoliated MoS2
24 Simultaneous anodic and cathodic voltammetric detection of patulin and ochratoxin A on well-defined carbon electrodes
25 Light and atmosphere affect the quasi-equilibrium states of graphite oxide and graphene oxide powders
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26 Electrocatalytic effect of ZnO nanoparticles on reduction of nitroaromatic compounds
27 Self-propelled nanojets via template electrodeposition
28 Concentric bimetallic microjets by electrodeposition
29 Large-scale quantification of CVD graphene surface coverage
30 Poisoning of bubble propelled catalytic micromotors : the chemical environment matters
31 Unscrolling of multi-walled carbon nanotubes : towards micrometre-scale graphene oxide sheets
32 Unusual inherent electrochemistry of graphene oxides prepared using permanganate oxidants
33 Transition metal (Mn, Fe, Co, Ni)-doped graphene hybrids for electrocatalysis
34 Thrombin aptasensing with inherently electroactive graphene oxide nanoplatelets as labels
35 An insight into the hybridization mechanism of hairpin DNA physically immobilized on chemically modified graphenes
36 The toxicity of graphene oxides : dependence on the oxidative methods used
37 Artificial micro-cinderella based on self-propelled micromagnets for the active separation of paramagnetic particles
38 Biomarkers detection on hydrogenated graphene surfaces : towards applications of graphane in biosensing
39 Biorecognition on graphene : physical, covalent, and affinity immobilization methods exhibiting dramatic differences
40 “Metal-free” catalytic oxygen reduction reaction on heteroatom-doped graphene is caused by trace metal impurities
41 Blood proteins strongly reduce the mobility of artificial self-propelled micromotors
42 Carcinogenic organic residual compounds readsorbed on thermally reduced graphene materials are released at low temperature
43 Could carbonaceous impurities in reduced graphenes be responsible for some of their extraordinary electrocatalytic activities?
44 Detection of silver nanoparticles on a lab-on-chip platform
45 Halogenation of graphene with chlorine, bromine, or iodine by exfoliation in a halogen atmosphere
46 Highly hydrogenated graphene through microwave exfoliation of graphite oxide in hydrogen plasma : towards electrochemical applications
47 Precise tuning of surface composition and electron-transfer properties of graphene oxide films through electroreduction
48 Selective removal of hydroxyl groups from graphene oxide
49 Concurrent phosphorus doping and reduction of graphene oxide
50 Transition metal-depleted graphenes for electrochemical applications via reduction of CO2 by lithium
51 Chemically modified graphenes as detectors in lab-on-chip device
52 Surfactant capsules propel interfacial oil droplets: an environmental cleanup strategy
53 Surfactant capsules propel interfacial oil droplets : an environmental cleanup strategy
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54 Nanoporous carbon as a sensing platform for DNA detection : the use of impedance spectroscopy for hairpin-DNA based assay
55 Impedimetric immunoglobulin G immunosensor based on chemically modified graphenes
56 Graphene, carbon nanotubes and nanoparticles in cell metabolism
57 Thermally reduced graphenes exhibiting a close relationship to amorphous carbon
58 Noble metal (Pd, Ru, Rh, Pt, Au, Ag) doped graphene hybrids for electrocatalysis
59 High-pressure hydrogenation of graphene : towards graphane
60 Electroactivity of graphene oxide on different substrates
61 Inherently electroactive graphene oxide nanoplatelets as labels for single nucleotide polymorphism detection
62 Electrochemical properties of carbon nanodiscs
63 Stripping voltammetry at chemically modified graphenes
64 Impedimetric thrombin aptasensor based on chemically modified graphenes
65 Graphenes prepared by Staudenmaier, Hofmann and Hummers methods with consequent thermal exfoliation exhibit very different electrochemical properties
66 Detection of DNA hybridization on chemically modified graphene platforms
67 Metal-based impurities in graphenes : application for electroanalysis
68 Comparison of the electroanalytical performance of chemically modified graphenes (CMGs) using uric acid
69 Graphane electrochemistry : electron transfer at hydrogenated graphenes
70 Graphene/carbon nanotube composites not exhibiting synergic effect for supercapacitors : the resulting capacitance being average of capacitance of individual components
71 Oxidation of DNA bases is influenced by their position in the DNA strand
72 Surfactants show both large positive and negative effects on observed electron transfer rates at thermally reduced graphenes
73 Reynolds numbers exhibit dramatic influence on directionality of movement of self-propelled systems
74 Influence of parent graphite particle size on the electrochemistry of thermally reduced graphene oxide
75 Introducing dichlorocarbene in graphene
76 Micromotors with built-in compasses
77 Impurities in graphenes and carbon nanotubes and their influence on the redox properties
78 Lithium aluminum hydride as reducing agent for chemically reduced graphene oxides
79 Renewal of sp2 bonds in graphene oxides via dehydrobromination
80 Graphene oxide reduction by standard industrial reducing agent : thiourea dioxide
81 Graphene for impedimetric biosensing
82 Chemically reduced graphene contains inherent metallic impurities present in parent natural and synthetic graphite
83 Metallic impurities in graphenes prepared from graphite can dramatically influence their properties
84 90 years of polarography : back to the future
85 Bioavailability of metallic impurities in carbon nanotubes is greatly enhanced by ultrasonication
86 Graphite oxides : effects of permanganate and chlorate oxidants on the oxygen composition
87 Nanographite impurities in carbon nanotubes : their influence on the oxidation of insulin, nitric oxide, and extracellular thiols
88 Nucleic acid functionalized Graphene for biosensing
89 On oxygen-containing groups in chemically modified graphenes
90 Redox-active nickel in carbon nanotubes and its direct determination
91 Friedel-Crafts acylation on graphene
92 Graphene sheet orientation of parent material exhibits dramatic influence on Graphene properties
93 Inherent electrochemistry and activation of chemically modified graphenes for electrochemical applications
94 Macroscopic self-propelled objects
95 Nanoporous carbon materials for electrochemical sensing
96 The inherent electrochemistry of nickel/nickel-oxide nanoparticles
97 Gold nanospacers greatly enhance the capacitance of electrochemically reduced graphene
98 Graphenes prepared by Hummers, Staudenmaier and Hofmann methods for analysis of TNT-based nitroaromatic explosives in seawater
99 Oxidation of DNA bases influenced by the presence of other bases
100 Size dependant electrochemical behavior of silver nanoparticles with sizes of 10, 20, 40, 80 and 107 nm
101 Liquid–liquid interface motion of a capsule motor powered by the interlayer Marangoni effect
102 Reduction pathways of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene : an electrochemical and theoretical study
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103 Electrochemistry of folded graphene edges
104 Graphene in biosensing
105 Graphene materials preparation methods have dramatic influence upon their capacitance
106 Surfactants used for dispersion of graphenes exhibit strong influence on electrochemical impedance spectroscopic response
107 Number of graphene layers exhibiting an influence on oxidation of DNA bases : analytical parameters
108 Voltammetry of carbon nanotubes and graphenes : excitement, disappointment, and reality
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109 Graphene for electrochemical sensing and biosensing
110 Graphene-based electrochemical sensor for detection of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) in seawater: the comparison of single-, few-, and multilayer graphene nanoribbons and graphite microparticles