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
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
Applications of diamond thin films in electrochemistry
GM Swain, AB Anderson, JC Angus
Mrs Bulletin 23 (9), 56-60, 1998
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
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
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
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
Electrochemical performance of diamond thin-film electrodes from different commercial sources
AE Fischer, Y Show, GM Swain
Analytical Chemistry 76 (9), 2553-2560, 2004
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
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
Electrochemical oxidation of polyamines at diamond thin-film electrodes
MD Koppang, M Witek, J Blau, GM Swain
Analytical Chemistry 71 (6), 1188-1195, 1999
Enhanced signal-to-background ratios in voltammetric measurements made at diamond thin-film electrochemical interfaces
JW Strojek, MC Granger, GM Swain, T Dallas, MW Holtz
Analytical chemistry 68 (13), 2031-2037, 1996
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
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