IPRI Publications

Publications

Journal Articles 2005.

  1. Novel electrode substrates for rechargeable lithium/polypyrrole batteries.
    Wang, J., Too, C.O., Zhou, D., Wallace, G.G.
    Journal of Power Sources 2005, 140, 162-167.

  2. Metal transport studies on inherently conducting polymer membranes containing cyclodextrin dopants. Reece, D.A., Ralph, S.F., Wallace, G.G.
    Journal of Membrane Science 2005, 249, 9-20.

  3. Photoelectrochemical Cells Based on Inherently Conducting Polymers
    Wallace, G.G., Too, C.O., Officer, D.L., Dastoor, P.C. MRS Bulletin 2005, 30, 46-49.

  4. An Amperometric Enzyme Biosensor Fabricated from Polyaniline Nanoparticles
    Morrin, A., Ngamna, O., Killard, A.J., Moulton, S.E., Smyth, M.R., Wallace, G.G.
    Electroanalysis 2005, 17 (5-6), 423-430.

  5. Force generation from polypyrrole actuators
    Spinks, G.M., Campbell, T.E., Wallace, G.G.
    Smart Materials and Structures 2005, 14, 406-412.

  6. Micro-humidity sensors based on a processable polyaniline blend
    McGovern, S.T., Spinks, G.M., Wallace, G.G.
    Sensors and Actuators B 2005, 107, 657-665.

  7. “Stuffed” conducting polymers
    Winther-Jensen, B., Chen, J., West, K., Wallace, G.G. Polymer 2005, 46, 4664-4669.

  8. Effect of growth conditions on the photovoltaic efficiency of poly(terthiophene) based photoelectrochemical cells
    Tsekouras, G., Too, C.O., Wallace, G.G.
    Electrochimica Acta 2005, 50, 3224-3230.

  9. Biomolecules as selective dispersants for carbon nanotubes
    Moulton, S.E., Minett, A.I., Murphy, R., Ryan, K.P., McCarthy, D., Coleman, J.N., Blau, W.J., Wallace, G.G.
    Carbon 2005, 43, 1879-1884.

  10. Novel biosensor fabrication methodology based on processable conducting polyaniline nanoparticles
    Morrin, A., Wilbeer, F., Ngamna, O., Moulton, S.E., Killard, A.J., Smyth, M.R., Wallace, G.G. Electrochemistry Communications 2005, 7, 317-322.

  11. Actuation behaviour of layered composites of polyaniline, carbon nanotubes and polypyrrole
    Spinks, G.M., Xi, B., Troung, V.-T., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 151, 85-91.

  12. Electrochemically-induced fluid movement using polypyrrole
    Causley, J., Stitzel, S., Brady, S., Diamond, D., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 151, 60-64.

  13. Autopolymerization of Pyrrole in the Presence of a Host/Guest Calixarene
    Reece, D.A., Pringle, J.M., Ralph, S.F., Wallace, G.G. Macromolecules 2005, 38, 1616-1622.

  14. Mechanical properties of carbon nanotube paper in ionic liquid and aqueous electrolytes
    Whitten, P.G., Spinks, G.M., Wallace, G.G.
    Carbon 2005, 43, 1891-1896.

  15. Liquid Crystals of DNA-Stabilized Carbon Nanotubes
    Badaire, S., Zakri, C., Maugey, M., Derre, A., Barisci, J.N., Poulin, P., Wallace, G.G.
    Advanced Materials 2005, 17, 1673-1676.

  16. Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells based on Polyterthiophenes Containing Porphyrins using Ionic Liquid Electrolyte
    Chen, J., Officer, D.L., Pringle, J., MacFarlane, D.R., Too, C.O., Wallace, G.G.
    Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters 2005, 8 (10), A528-A530.

  17. Hydrogen generation using PPy-FMS modified PVDF membrane and other substrates
    Yang, C., Chen, J., Swiegers, G.F., Too, C.O., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 154, 69-72.

  18. An HRP based biosensor using sulphonated polyaniline
    Ngamna, O., Morrin, A., Moulton, S.E., Killard, A.J., Smyth, M.R., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 153, 185-188.

  19. The influence of carbon nanotubes on mechanical and electrical properties of polyaniline fibers
    Mottaghitalab, V., Spinks, G.M., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 152, 77-80.

  20. The Development and Characterisation of Conducting Polymeric-based Sensing Devices
    Brady, S., Lau, K.T., Megill, W., Diamond, D., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 154, 25-28.

  21. Electrochemical synthesis of polypyrrole films using stainless steel mesh as substrate for battery application
    Wang, J., Chen, J., Wang, C.Y., Zhou, D., Too, C.O., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 153, 117-120.

  22. Purification and characterisation of poly(2-methoxyaniline 5-sulfonic acid)
    Masdarolomoor, F., Innis, P.C., Ashraf, S., Wallace, G.G.
    Synthetic Metals 2005, 153, 181-184.

  23. Investigation of Ig.G Adsorption and the Effect on Electrochemical Responses at Titanium Dioxide Electrode
    Moulton, S.E., Barisci, J.N., Bath, A., Stella, R., Wallace, G.G.
    Langmuir 2005, 21, 316-322.

  24. A highly flexible polymer fibre battery
    Wang, J., Too, C.O., Wallace, G.G.
    Journal of Power Sources 2005, 150, 223-228.

  25. Carbon Nanotube Based Electronic and Electrochemical Sensors, Moulton, S.E., Minett, A.I., Wallace, G.G.Sensor Letters 2005, 3, 183-193.

  26. TITAN : A Conducting Polymer Based Microfluidic Pump Wu, Y., Zhou, D., Spinks, G.M., Innis, P.C., Megill, W.M., Wallace, G.G. Smart Materials and Structures 2005, 14, 1511-1516.

  27. Asymmetric proliferation with optically active polyanilines. Pornputtkul, Y., Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Innis, P.C., Wallace, G.G. Chemical Communications 2005, 36, 4539-4541.

  28. Optically Active Polymer Carbon Nanotube Composite. in het Panhuis, M., Sainz, R., Innis, P.C., Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Benito, A.M., Martinez, M.T., Moulton, S.E., Maser, W.K., Wallace, G.G. J. Phys. Chem. B. 2005, 109 (48), 22725-22729.

  29. Conducting polymer coated lycra, Wu, J., Zhou, D., Too, C.O., Wallace, G.G. Synthetic Metals 2005, 155, 698-701.
Last reviewed: 10 September, 2009