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Richard P. Baldwin


Richard P. Baldwin
Division: Analytical Chemistry
Specialty: Electroanalytical Chemistry
Phone: 502-852-5892

Education and Research Experience

1970 B.A.   Thomas More College
1976 Ph.D. Purdue University

Research Interests

Electroanalytical Chemistry

Electrochemical Instrumentation for HPLC and Capillary Electrophoresis Detection

Chemically Modified Electrodes and Other Novel Electrode Materials

Electrophoresis-Based Assay for Biologically Important Compounds

Preparative-Scale Applications of Chemically Modified Electrodes

Publications (recent and/or significant)

Design and development of microfabricated capillary electrophoresis devices with electrochemical detection
R. S. Keynton, T. J. Roussel, M. M. Crain, D. J. Jackson, D. B. Franco, J.F. Naber, K. M. Walsh and R. P. Baldwin
Anal. Chim. Acta.
2004, 507, 95-105

Detection of pesticides using an amperometric biosensor based on ferrophthalocyanine chemically modified carbon paste electrode and immobilized bienzymatic system
Anton A. Ciucu, Carmela Negulescu and Richard P. Baldwin
Biosens. Bioelectron.
2003, 18, 303-310

Portable High-Voltage Power Supply and Electrochemical Detection Circuits for Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis
Douglas J. Jackson, John F. Naber, Thomas J. Roussel, Jr., Mark M. Crain, Kevin M. Walsh, Robert S. Keynton and Richard P.
Baldwin Anal. Chem. 2003, 75, 3643-3649
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