1997 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Paul W. Bohn mostly deals with Analytical chemistry, Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Membrane and Optoelectronics. His Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Self-assembly, Monolayer and Fluorescence. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hyperpolarizability, Porous silicon, Silicon and Scale.
His Silicon research incorporates themes from Doping, Luminescence, Layer, Metal and Chemical engineering. His research integrates issues of Analyte and Nanofluidics in his study of Microfluidics. His study looks at the relationship between Optoelectronics and fields such as Etching, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His main research concerns Analytical chemistry, Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Raman spectroscopy and Optoelectronics. The various areas that Paul W. Bohn examines in his Analytical chemistry study include Monolayer, Thin film, Adsorption and Electrochemistry, Electrode. His work deals with themes such as Membrane, Electrophoresis and Analyte, which intersect with Microfluidics.
His Raman spectroscopy research includes elements of Confocal, Molecular physics, Mass spectrometry and Microscopy. Paul W. Bohn has researched Optoelectronics in several fields, including Etching and Porous medium. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Porous silicon, Silicon and Chemical engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Analytical chemistry, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry, Electrode and Nanopore. His work in the fields of Mass spectrometry overlaps with other areas such as Biofilm. His study in Nanotechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nano- and Microscale chemistry.
The concepts of his Electrochemistry study are interwoven with issues in Electrolyte, Redox, Analyte and Electron transfer. His Electrode study incorporates themes from Detection limit, Hydroquinone and Microchannel. His research in Nanopore intersects with topics in Ion and Focused ion beam.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Analytical chemistry, Electrode, Electrochemistry, Redox and Biofilm. A large part of his Analytical chemistry studies is devoted to Mass spectrometry. In Electrode, he works on issues like Nanopore, which are connected to Reference electrode.
His Electrochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inorganic chemistry, Electrolyte and Ionic strength. His Redox research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Working electrode, Photochemistry, Electron transfer and Fluorescence. When carried out as part of a general Biofilm research project, his work on Biofilm matrix is frequently linked to work in Analyte, In situ and Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Metal-assisted chemical etching in HF/H2O2 produces porous silicon
X. Li;P. W. Bohn.
Applied Physics Letters (2000)
Gateable Nanofluidic Interconnects for Multilayered Microfluidic Separation Systems
Tzu Chi Kuo;Donald M. Cannon;Yanning Chen;Joseph J. Tulock.
Analytical Chemistry (2003)
In-plane control of morphology and tunable photoluminescence in porous silicon produced by metal-assisted electroless chemical etching
Soma Chattopadhyay;Xiuling Li;Paul W. Bohn.
Journal of Applied Physics (2002)
Manipulating Molecular Transport through Nanoporous Membranes by Control of Electrokinetic Flow: Effect of Surface Charge Density and Debye Length
Tzu Chi Kuo;Lisa A. Sloan;Jonathan V Sweedler;Paul W. Bohn.
Nanofluidics in chemical analysis
Aigars Piruska;Maojun Gong;Jonathan V. Sweedler;Paul W. Bohn.
Chemical Society Reviews (2010)
Hybrid three-dimensional nanofluidic/microfluidic devices using molecular gates
Tzu Chi Kuo;Donald M. Cannon;Mark A. Shannon;Paul W. Bohn.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2003)
Experimental Factors Controlling Analyte Ion Generation in Laser Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectrometry on Porous Silicon
Rebecca A. Kruse;Xiuling Li;Paul W. Bohn;Jonathan V. Sweedler.
Analytical Chemistry (2001)
Dynamic Monolayer Gradients: Active Spatiotemporal Control of Alkanethiol Coatings on Thin Gold Films
Roger H. Terrill;Karin M. Balss;and Yumo Zhang;Paul W. Bohn.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Temperature-Controlled Flow Switching in Nanocapillary Array Membranes Mediated by Poly( N -isopropylacrylamide) Polymer Brushes Grafted by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization †
Ishika Lokuge;Xuejun Wang;Paul W. Bohn.
Aspects of Structure and Energy Transport in Artificial Molecular Assemblies
Paul W. Bohn.
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry (1993)
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