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suzanne lunsford, ph.d - publications


    The primary corresponding author of the published articles is in bold type.
    R=Refereed, N=Not Refereed

  1. Developing a Conductive Polymer Electrochemically that Incorporates Mercury: A REEL Experiment, Lunsford, Suzanne, K., and Kingdom. R., Chemical Educator, 15, 155-157 (2010).R

  2. Sonogel Carbon Zirconium Dioxide Electrode Sensor to Detect Dopamine, Lunsford, Suzanne, K., Nguyen, P., Kingdom, R., Dagher, J., Chemical Educator, 14, 204-207 (2009). R

  3. Characterization and Electrochemical Response of Sonogel Carbon Electrode Modified with Nanostructured Zirconium Dioxide Film, Chen Y., Lunsford, Suzanne, K., and Dionysiou, D., Sensors and Actuators B, 137, 291-296 (2009). R

  4. Electrochemical Detection of Phenol Utilizing a Synthesized Sonogel-Carbon Zirconium Oxide (ZrO2), Lunsford, Suzanne K., Yeary, A., Nguyen, P., and Kingdom, R.,  Analytical Science Digital Library, (www.aslib.org) entry 010051, 7/08. R

  5. Emphasizing Safety In The Classroom, Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Yeary, A., The Science Teacher, 75 (6), 69-78 (2008). R

  6. Photocatalytic Activity and Electrochemical Response of Titania Film with Macro/Mesoporous Texture,  Chen, Y., Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Dionysiou, D., Thin Solid Films, 516,  7930-7936 (2008). R

  7. Assessing Pre-service Middle School Teachers Science Education Utilizing an Outdoor Field Experience to Demonstrate Chemical Equilibrium Concepts, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Nedunuri, K., and Slattery, W., Chemical Educator, 13 (4) 214-219 (2008). R

  8. Detection of Catechol by Potentiometric-Flow Injection Analysis in the Presence of Interferents, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Widera, J., and Zhang, H., J. Chem. Ed., 84, 1471-1473 (2007). R

  9. Voltammetric Determination of Catechol Using a Sonogel Carbon Electrode Modified with Nanostructured Titanium Dioxide, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Choi, H., Stinson, J., Yeary, A., and Dionysiou, D., Talanta, 73, 172-177 (2007). R

  10. Electroanalytical and Spectroscopic Studies of Poly(2,2’-bithiophene)-Modified Platinum Electrode to Detect Catechol In the Presence of Ascorbic Acid,  Lunsford, Suzanne K., Speelman, N., Stinson, J., Yeary, A., Widera, J., Choi, H., and Dionysiou, D., J. Chem. Ed.85, 128-129 (2008). R

  11. Synthesis of a Sonogel-Carbon Modified Sensor Electrode with Titanium Oxide (TiO2) to  Detect Catechol in the Presence of Common Interferent by Voltammetric Studies, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Yeary, A., Stinson, J., Choi, H., and Dionysiou, D.,  Analytical Science Digital Library (www.aslib.org) entry 10045, 5/07. R

  12. Teaching Chemical Equilibrium Concepts Using Field-Lab Experiences In A Multi-Disciplinary Integrated Environment, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Nedunuri, K., and Sandy, M., Analytical Science Digital Library (www.aslib.org) entry 10044, 5/07. R

  13. Characterizing Water Quality In Students’ Own Community: An Effective Campus Field Trip, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Slattery,W., Speelman, N., and Yeary, A., J. Chem. Ed., 84, 1027-1030 (2007). R

  14. Electrochemistry and Detection of Organic and Biological Molecules Such as Catechol and Ascorbic Acid at Conducting Poly(2,2-bithiophene) Electrode,” Lunsford, Suzanne K., Stinson, J., and Widera, J., Analytical Science Digital Library (www.asdlib.org) entry 10041, 9/06.

  15. An Interactive Environmental Science Course for Education Science Majors, Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Slattery, W., J. Chem Ed., 83, 233-236 (2006). R

  16. A Project To Make the Laboratory More Accessible to Students with Disabilities, Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Bargerhuff, M.E., J. Chem. Ed., 83, 407-409  (2006). R

  17. Variable Effects During Polymerization. Lunsford, Suzanne K., J. Chem, Ed., 82, 1830-1832 (2005).  R

  18. Electrochemistry and Detection of Catechol at a Conducting Poly(3-methylthiophene) Electrode In the Presence of a Common Interferent, Ascorbic Acid.  Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Zhang, H., Chem. Educator, 1, 10-14 (2005).  R

  19. Impact of Multi-dimensional Collaboration and Dual Appointments On Teacher Preparation; The Story of SUSTAIN: Models Of Reform in Mathematics and Science Teacher Education. Basista, B., Matthews, S., Tomlin, J., Farrell, A., Lunsford, S.K., Slattery, B., Chapter in Ohio Resource Book: Wagner, S., and Meiring, S.P., www.ohiorc.org, 2004.  R

  20. Integrated Lecture and Laboratory Chemistry Components of Science Education Program for Early and Middle Childhood Education Majors. Lunsford, Suzanne K., J. Chem Ed, 81 (5), 685-687 (2004).  R

  21. A Sweet Balance, A Module Activity for Balancing Chemical Reactions. Lunsford, Suzanne K.., and Strope, C., The Science Teacher, 69 (8): 42-45 (2002).  R

  22.  In - Service Inquiry, A Professional Development Workshop Helps In-Service Teachers Bring Inquiry-Based Learning To Their Classrooms. Lunsford, Suzanne K.., The Science Teacher, 69 (2): 54-56 (2002).  R

  23. Synergistic Effects in the Flow Injection Analysis Determination of Catechol in the Presence of Excess Ascorbic Acid by Series Dual-Band Amperometric Detection. Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Zhang, H., Lunsford, S. K.,  Ceylan, O., Khaskelis, A., Hausner, S., Rubinson, J., Russell, G., Zimmer, H., Kreishman, G., Analytica Chimica Acta, 385, 281-285(1999).  R

  24. Flow Injection Amperometric Detection of Catechol Using Dual Band Poly(3-methylthiophene) Electrodes. Zhang, H., Galal, A., Rubinson, J., Marawi, I., Ridgway, T., Lunsford, S.K.,  Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr.,  Electrochimica Acta, 43 (23), 3511-3524 (1998).  R

  25. Analytical Applications of Conducting Organic Electrodes. Galal, A.,  Atta, N., Striley, C. A., Rubinson, J., Zimmer, H., Ataman, O.Y., Karagozler, A.E., Wang, Z., Lunsford, S.K., and,  Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Turkish Journal of Chemistry, 21, 21-29 (1997). R

  26. Optimization of Preparation of Poly(3-methylthiophene) Modified Pt Microelectrodes for the Detection of Catecholamines. Zhang, H., Lunsford, S. K., Marawi, I., Rubinson, J., Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 424, 101-111 (1997). R

  27. NMR Studies of the Interaction of Catechol and Ascorbic Acid with the Crown Ether. Lunsford, S.K., Striley, C.A., Ma, Y.L., Zimmer, H., Kreishman, G.,  Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Analytical Letters 29(8), 1309-1318 (1996).  R

  28. Poly(binaphthyl-20-crown-6) as Receptor Based Molecular Selective Potentiometric Electrodes for Catecholamines and Other 1,2-Dihydroxybenzene Derivatives. Ma, Y., Galal, A., Lunsford, S. K., Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr..; Huang, Z., Bishop, P., Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 10,705-715 (1995).  R

  29. Programmable Selective Inexpensive Potentiometric Detector for Flow Injection Analysis. Potassium Determination with a Nafion Membrane Modified Electrode.  Akmal, N., Lunsford, S.K., Galal, A., Karagozler, E.,  Mark, Harry B.,Jr.; Radic, N.,  Croatica Chemica Acta 68, 403-407 (1995).  R

  30. The Application of Various Immobilized Crown Ether Platinum-Modified Electrodes as Potentiometric and Amperometric Detectors for Flow Injection Analyses of Catechol and Catecholamines.  Lunsford, S.K.,  Ma, Y., Galal, A., Striley, C., Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr.., Electroanalysis ,7,1-5 (1995). R

  31. The Electrochemistry of Neurotransmitters at Conducting Organic Polymer Electrodes; Electrocatalysis and Analytical Applications.  Atta, N., Ma, Y., Lunsford, S.K.,  Petticrew, K., Rubinson, J., Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 38, 229-245 (1995).  R

  32. The Determination of Catechols in the Presence of Ascorbic Acid and Uric Acid by Flow Injection Analysis Employing Potentiometric Dibenzo-18-Crown-6 Electrode Detector.  Lunsford, S.K., Galal, A., Akmal, N., Ma, Y.,  Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Analytical Letters, 27 (11), 2141-2151 (1994).  

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