Craig E. Banks
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Understanding voltammetry
RG Compton, CE Banks
World Scientific, 2018
13372018
Metal nanoparticles and related materials supported on carbon nanotubes: methods and applications
GG Wildgoose, CE Banks, RG Compton
Small 2 (2), 182-193, 2006
10442006
Electrocatalysis at graphite and carbon nanotube modified electrodes: edge-plane sites and tube ends are the reactive sites
CE Banks, TJ Davies, GG Wildgoose, RG Compton
Chemical Communications, 829-841, 2005
8832005
An overview of graphene in energy production and storage applications
DAC Brownson, DK Kampouris, CE Banks
Journal of Power Sources 196 (11), 4873-4885, 2011
8682011
Carbon quantum dots and their derivative 3D porous carbon frameworks for sodium‐ion batteries with ultralong cycle life
H Hou, CE Banks, M Jing, Y Zhang, X Ji
Advanced materials 27 (47), 7861-7866, 2015
7162015
Carbon nanotubes contain metal impurities which are responsible for the “electrocatalysis” seen at some nanotube‐modified electrodes
CE Banks, A Crossley, C Salter, SJ Wilkins, RG Compton
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 45 (16), 2533-2537, 2006
6192006
Analytical methods for the determination of pharmaceuticals in aqueous environmental samples
TA Ternes
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 20 (8), 419-434, 2001
6032001
New electrodes for old: from carbon nanotubes to edge plane pyrolytic graphite
CE Banks, RG Compton
Analyst 131 (1), 15-21, 2006
5912006
Graphene electrochemistry: fundamental concepts through to prominent applications
DAC Brownson, DK Kampouris, CE Banks
Chemical Society Reviews 41 (21), 6944-6976, 2012
5522012
Basal plane pyrolytic graphite modified electrodes: comparison of carbon nanotubes and graphite powder as electrocatalysts
RR Moore, CE Banks, RG Compton
Analytical chemistry 76 (10), 2677-2682, 2004
5402004
Graphene electrochemistry: an overview of potential applications
DAC Brownson, CE Banks
Analyst 135 (11), 2768-2778, 2010
5002010
Silver nanoparticle assemblies supported on glassy-carbon electrodes for the electro-analytical detection of hydrogen peroxide
CM Welch, CE Banks, AO Simm, RG Compton
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 382 (1), 12-21, 2005
4062005
Chemically modified carbon nanotubes for use in electroanalysis
GG Wildgoose, CE Banks, HC Leventis, RG Compton
Microchimica Acta 152 (3-4), 187-214, 2006
4022006
New directions in screen printed electroanalytical sensors: an overview of recent developments
JP Metters, RO Kadara, CE Banks
Analyst 136 (6), 1067-1076, 2011
3982011
Micro-sized silicon–carbon composites composed of carbon-coated sub-10 nm Si primary particles as high-performance anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
J Song, S Chen, M Zhou, T Xu, D Lv, ML Gordin, T Long, M Melnyk, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (5), 1257-1262, 2014
394*2014
Exploring the electrocatalytic sites of carbon nanotubes for NADH detection: an edge plane pyrolytic graphite electrode study
CE Banks, RG Compton
Analyst 130 (9), 1232-1239, 2005
3912005
Iron oxide particles are the active sites for hydrogen peroxide sensing at multiwalled carbon nanotube modified electrodes
B Šljukić, CE Banks, RG Compton
Nano letters 6 (7), 1556-1558, 2006
3872006
A decade of graphene research: production, applications and outlook
EP Randviir, DAC Brownson, CE Banks
Materials Today 17 (9), 426-432, 2014
3692014
Investigation of modified basal plane pyrolytic graphite electrodes: definitive evidence for the electrocatalytic properties of the ends of carbon nanotubes
CE Banks, RR Moore, TJ Davies, RG Compton
Chemical Communications, 1804-1805, 2004
3522004
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy: an overview of bioanalytical applications
EP Randviir, CE Banks
Analytical Methods 5 (5), 1098-1115, 2013
3132013
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