His work blends Organic chemistry and Environmental chemistry studies together. In his articles, Pier Giorgio Zambonin combines various disciplines, including Environmental chemistry and Organic chemistry. Nanotechnology is often connected to Thin film in his work. His Thin film study frequently links to related topics such as Nanotechnology. His Glutaraldehyde research extends to the thematically linked field of Chromatography. In most of his Glutaraldehyde studies, his work intersects topics such as Chromatography. Biochemistry and Immobilized enzyme are commonly linked in his work. Pier Giorgio Zambonin incorporates Immobilized enzyme and Enzyme in his research. He incorporates Enzyme and Membrane in his research.
Organic chemistry and Catalysis are two areas of study in which Pier Giorgio Zambonin engages in interdisciplinary work. Pier Giorgio Zambonin conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Catalysis and Organic chemistry through his works. By researching both Chromatography and High-performance liquid chromatography, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. While working on this project, Pier Giorgio Zambonin studies both Physical chemistry and Inorganic chemistry. While working on this project, he studies both Inorganic chemistry and Physical chemistry. His work blends Composite material and Polymer studies together. Polymer and Composite material are two areas of study in which Pier Giorgio Zambonin engages in interdisciplinary research. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Electrode and Amperometry in his work. Borrowing concepts from Electrode, he weaves in ideas under Amperometry.
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Glucose fast-response amperometric sensor based on glucose oxidase immobilized in an electropolymerized poly(o-phenylenediamine) film
Cosimino. Malitesta;Francesco. Palmisano;Luisa. Torsi;Pier Giorgio. Zambonin.
Analytical Chemistry (1990)
Molecularly imprinted electrosynthesized polymers: new materials for biomimetic sensors.
Cosimino Malitesta;Ilario Losito;Pier Giorgio Zambonin.
Analytical Chemistry (1999)
Multi-parameter gas sensors based on organic thin-film-transistors
L. Torsi;Ananth Dodabalapur;L. Sabbatini;P. G. Zambonin.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2000)
Simultaneous monitoring of glucose and lactate by an interference and cross-talk free dual electrode amperometric biosensor based on electropolymerized thin films.
F. Palmisano;R. Rizzi;D. Centonze;P.G. Zambonin.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2000)
Infrared spectroscopy in the mineralogical characterization of ancient pottery
G.E. De Benedetto;R. Laviano;L. Sabbatini;P.G. Zambonin.
Journal of Cultural Heritage (2002)
Antibacterial activities of peptides from the water-soluble extracts of Italian cheese varieties.
C.G. Rizzello;I. Losito;M. Gobbetti;T. Carbonara.
Journal of Dairy Science (2005)
An x‐ray photoelectron spectroscopic study of some chromium–oxygen systems
E. Desimoni;C. Malitesta;P. G. Zambonin;J. C. Rivière.
Surface and Interface Analysis (1988)
Synthesis, analytical characterization and bioactivity of Ag and Cu nanoparticles embedded in poly-vinyl-methyl-ketone films
N. Cioffi;N. Ditaranto;L. Torsi;R. A. Picca.
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2005)
SPECIATION OF MERCURY IN DOLPHIN LIVER: A TWO-STAGE MECHANISM FOR THE DEMETHYLATION ACCUMULATION PROCESS AND ROLE OF SELENIUM
F. Palmisano;N. Cardellicchio;P.G. Zambonin.
Marine Environmental Research (1995)
Correlation between permselectivity and chemical structure of overoxidized polypyrrole membranes used in electroproduced enzyme biosensors
F. Palmisano;C. Malitesta;D. Centonze;P. G. Zambonin.
Analytical Chemistry (1995)
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