IPRI Publications

Publications

Book Chapters 1997 - 2007

  1. Chemical and Biological Sensors Based on Electrically Conducting Polymers
    Guiseppi-Elie, A., Matsue, T., Wallace, G.G.
    Handbook of Conducting Polymers, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1998.
  2. Inherently Conducting Polymers: Their role in the evolution of Intelligent Polymer Systems
    Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Wallace, G.G.
    Advances in Synthetic Metals, Ed. P. Bernier, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (1999) pp 368-390.
  3. Current State and Future Directions of Research and Development in Conducting Polymers
    Spinks, G.M., Innis, P.C., Lewis, T.W., Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Wallace, G.G.
    Materials Forum (2000), Vol. 24, pp. 125-166.
  4. Carbon Nanotube Actuators - a review
    Baughman, R.H., Dai, L.M., Spinks, G.M., Wallace, G.G.
    Electroactive Polymer Actuators, edited by Y. Bar-Cohen (SPIE Press, Bellingham, Washington, 2001), pp. 223-246.
  5. Conductive Polymers
    Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Lewis, T.W., Wallace, G.G.
    Encyclopedia of Smart Materials, John Wiley & Sons Inc, New York. (2002), Vol. 1, pp. 279-291.
  6. Factors Influencing the Performance of Inherently Conducting Polymers as Corrosion Inhibitors: The Dopant. Dominis, A., Spinks, G.M., Tallman, D.E., Wallace, G.G. Electroactive Polymers for Corrosion Control, ACS Symposium Series 843, edited by Peter Zarras, John D. Stenger-Smith and Yen Wei (2003) pp 103-123.
  7. Scanning Vibrating Electrode Studies of Electroactive Conducting Polymers on Active Metals. Tallman, D.E., He, J., Gelling, V.J., Bierwagen, G.P., Wallace, G.G.
    Electroactive Polymers for Corrosion Control, ACS Symposium Series 843, edited by Peter Zarras, John D. Stenger-Smith and Yen Wei (2003) pp 228-253.
  8. Inherently Conducting Polymer Nanostructures
    Innis, P.C., Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Wallace, G.G.
    Encylopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2004, 4, 113-130.
  9. Carbon Nanotubes Actuators: Synthesis, Properties and Performance. Spinks, G.M., Baughman, R.H., Dai, L., Wallace, G.G. Electroactive Polymer Actuators , edited by Y. Bar-Cohen (SPIE Press, Bellingham, Washington, 2001), pp. 223-246.
  10. Conductive Polymers
    Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Lewis, T.W., Wallace, G.G. Encyclopedia of Smart Materials, John Wiley & Sons Inc, New York. (2002), Vol. 1, pp. 279-291.
  11. Factors Influencing the Performance of Inherently Conducting Polymers as Corrosion Inhibitors: The Dopant.
    Dominis, A., Spinks, G.M., Tallman, D.E., Wallace, G.G. Electroactive Polymers for Corrosion Control , ACS Symposium Series 843, edited by Peter Zarras, John D. Stenger-Smith and Yen Wei (2003) pp 103-123.
  12. Scanning Vibrating Electrode Studies of Electroactive Conducting Polymers on Active Metals
    Tallman, D.E., He, J., Gelling, V.J., Bierwagen, G.P., Wallace, G.G.
    Electroactive Polymers for Corrosion Control , ACS Symposium Series 843, edited by Peter Zarras, John D. Stenger-Smith and Yen Wei (2003) pp 228-253.
  13. Inherently Conducting Polymer Nanostructures
    Innis, P.C., Kane-Maguire, L.A.P., Wallace, G.G. Encylopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2004, 4, 113-130.
  14. Wearable Textile Biofeedback Systems: Are They Too Intelligent for the Wearer?
    Munro, B.J., Steele, J.R., Campbell, T.E., Wallace, G.G. Wearable eHealth Systems for Personalised Health Management, A. Lymberis and D. de Rossi (Eds.) IOS Press, 2004, 108, 271-277.
  15. Carbon Nanotube Actuators: Synthesis, Properties and Performance. Spinks, G.M., Baughman, R.H., Dai, L., Wallace, G.G. Electroactive Polymer Actuators as Artificial Muscles: Reality, Potential and Challenges Second Edition, edited by Y. Bar-Cohen (SPIE Press, Bellingham, Washington, 2004), 223-256.
  16. Chapter 24: Wearable Biofeedback Systems. Munro B.J., Steele J.R., Campbell T.E., Wallace, G.G. in Intelligent textiles and clothing, edited by H.R. Mattila  (CRC Press Boston and Woodhead Publishing Ltd, Cambridge, England, 2006), 450-470.
  17. Electrochemical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes Moulton, S.E., Minett, A.I., Wallace, G.G. Carbon Nanotechnology L.M. Dai (Ed) Elsevier, (2006) 297-322.
Last reviewed: 15 February, 2011