Greg M. Swain
Greg M. Swain
Professor of Chemistry, Michigan State University
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Electrochemistry and the environment
K Rajeshwar, JG Ibanez, GM Swain
Journal of applied electrochemistry 24 (11), 1077-1091, 1994
The electrochemical activity of boron-doped polycrystalline diamond thin film electrodes
GM Swain, R Ramesham
Analytical chemistry 65 (4), 345-351, 1993
Standard electrochemical behavior of high-quality, boron-doped polycrystalline diamond thin-film electrodes
MC Granger, M Witek, J Xu, J Wang, M Hupert, A Hanks, MD Koppang, ...
Analytical chemistry 72 (16), 3793-3804, 2000
Conductive diamond thin-films in electrochemistry
M Hupert, A Muck, J Wang, J Stotter, Z Cvackova, S Haymond, Y Show, ...
Diamond and Related Materials 12 (10-11), 1940-1949, 2003
Conductive diamond: synthesis, properties, and electrochemical applications
N Yang, S Yu, JV Macpherson, Y Einaga, H Zhao, G Zhao, GM Swain, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 48 (1), 157-204, 2019
Peer reviewed: boron-doped diamond thin-film electrodes
J Xu, MC Granger, Q Chen, JW Strojek, TE Lister, GM Swain
Analytical Chemistry 69 (19), 591A-597A, 1997
The influence of surface interactions on the reversibility of Ferri/Ferrocyanide at boron‐doped diamond thin‐film electrodes
MC Granger, GM Swain
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 146 (12), 4551, 1999
Applications of diamond thin films in electrochemistry
GM Swain, AB Anderson, JC Angus
Mrs Bulletin 23 (9), 56-60, 1998
The susceptibility to surface corrosion in acidic fluoride media: a comparison of diamond, HOPG, and glassy carbon electrodes
GM Swain
Journal of the electrochemical society 141 (12), 3382, 1994
Anthraquinonedisulfonate electrochemistry: a comparison of glassy carbon, hydrogenated glassy carbon, highly oriented pyrolytic graphite, and diamond electrodes
J Xu, Q Chen, GM Swain
Analytical Chemistry 70 (15), 3146-3154, 1998
Activation of colonic mucosal 5-HT4 receptors accelerates propulsive motility and inhibits visceral hypersensitivity
JM Hoffman, K Tyler, SJ MacEachern, OB Balemba, AC Johnson, ...
Gastroenterology 142 (4), 844-854. e4, 2012
Polycrystalline diamond electrodes: basic properties and applications as amperometric detectors in flow injection analysis and liquid chromatography
MC Granger, J Xu, JW Strojek, GM Swain
Analytica Chimica Acta 397 (1-3), 145-161, 1999
Electrochemical performance of diamond thin-film electrodes from different commercial sources
AE Fischer, Y Show, GM Swain
Analytical Chemistry 76 (9), 2553-2560, 2004
Cyclic voltammetric studies of charge transfer reactions at highly boron-doped polycrystalline diamond thin-film electrodes
S Alehashem, F Chambers, JW Strojek, GM Swain, R Ramesham
Analytical chemistry 67 (17), 2812-2821, 1995
Characterization and electrochemical responsiveness of boron-doped nanocrystalline diamond thin-film electrodes
Y Show, MA Witek, P Sonthalia, GM Swain
Chemistry of Materials 15 (4), 879-888, 2003
Scanning electrochemical microscopy and conductive probe atomic force microscopy studies of hydrogen-terminated boron-doped diamond electrodes with different doping levels
KB Holt, AJ Bard, Y Show, GM Swain
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (39), 15117-15127, 2004
A comparison of boron-doped diamond thin-film and Hg-coated glassy carbon electrodes for anodic stripping voltammetric determination of heavy metal ions in aqueous media
EA McGaw, GM Swain
Analytica Chimica Acta 575 (2), 180-189, 2006
Electrochemical modification of boron‐doped chemical vapor deposited diamond surfaces with covalently bonded monolayers
TC Kuo, RL McCreery, GM Swain
Electrochemical and solid-state letters 2 (6), 288, 1999
Effect of sp2-bonded nondiamond carbon impurity on the response of boron-doped polycrystalline diamond thin-film electrodes
JA Bennett, J Wang, Y Show, GM Swain
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 151 (9), E306, 2004
Electrochemical oxidation of polyamines at diamond thin-film electrodes
MD Koppang, M Witek, J Blau, GM Swain
Analytical Chemistry 71 (6), 1188-1195, 1999
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