Richard P. Buck mainly focuses on Membrane, Electrode, Inorganic chemistry, Analytical chemistry and Nanotechnology. Richard P. Buck combines subjects such as Electrolyte, Potentiometric titration, Electrochemistry and Flow injection analysis with his study of Membrane. His research in Electrode intersects with topics in Electrical impedance, Chemical engineering and Polymer chemistry.
The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Voltammetry, Reaction rate constant, Ion, Oxidizing agent and Reaction mechanism. His Raman spectroscopy study in the realm of Analytical chemistry interacts with subjects such as Human Immunoglobulin G. As a part of the same scientific family, Richard P. Buck mostly works in the field of Nanotechnology, focusing on Chemical nomenclature and, on occasion, Piezoelectricity.
Analytical chemistry, Membrane, Inorganic chemistry, Electrode and Ion are his primary areas of study. His Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics, Capacitance, Electrolyte, Electrical impedance and Electrochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ion exchange, Potentiometric titration, Chromatography and Ion selective electrode.
His studies deal with areas such as Aqueous solution, Adsorption and Raman spectroscopy as well as Inorganic chemistry. His research investigates the connection with Electrode and areas like Chemical engineering which intersect with concerns in Poly vinyl chloride. His study in Ion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Molecular physics, Nitrobenzene, Phase and Liquid liquid.
His main research concerns Analytical chemistry, Membrane, Amperometry, Chromatography and Nanotechnology. His work deals with themes such as Electrical impedance, Electrolyte, Ionophore and Ion, Potentiometric titration, which intersect with Analytical chemistry. His work is dedicated to discovering how Membrane, Inorganic chemistry are connected with Selectivity and other disciplines.
His Amperometry research entails a greater understanding of Electrode. His work on Detection limit and Quantitative analysis as part of general Chromatography study is frequently linked to Diamine oxidase, Putrescine oxidase activity and Enzyme assay, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Chemical sensor, Chemical nomenclature and Ion selective electrode.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Chromatography, Ion, Sarcosine oxidase and Creatinase. The various areas that Richard P. Buck examines in his Nanotechnology study include Chemical nomenclature and Ion selective electrode. Within one scientific family, Richard P. Buck focuses on topics pertaining to Biocompatibility under Ion selective electrode, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Electrode.
His study of Potentiometric titration is a part of Electrode. His study connects Inorganic chemistry and Chromatography. The study incorporates disciplines such as Detection limit, Capacitance, Molecular physics, Membrane and Selectivity in addition to Ion.
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Electronic semiconducting oxides as pH sensors
Agner Fog;Richard P. Buck.
Sensors and Actuators (1984)
Flexible (Kapton-based) microsensor arrays of high stability for cardiovascular applications
Ernö Lindner;Vasile V. Cosofret;Stefan Ufer;Richard P. Buck.
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions (1993)
Numerical solution of the Nernst-Planck and poisson equation system with applications to membrane electrochemistry and solid state physics
Timothy R. Brumleve;Richard P. Buck.
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry (1978)
Kinetics of bulk and interfacial ionic motion: microscopic bases and limits for the nernst—planck equation applied to membrane systems☆
Richard P. Buck.
Journal of Membrane Science (1984)
PLASTICIZED POLY(VINYL CHLORIDE) PROPERTIES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF VALINOMYCIN ELECTRODES. 1. HIGH-FREQUENCY RESISTANCES AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES.
George. Horvai;Etelka. Graf;Klara. Toth;Erno. Pungor.
Analytical Chemistry (1986)
Electrodeposited iridium oxide pH electrode for measurement of extracellular myocardial acidosis during acute ischemia.
Sayed A. M. Marzouk;Stefan Ufer;Richard P. Buck;Timothy A. Johnson.
Analytical Chemistry (1998)
Microfabricated sensor arrays sensitive to pH and K+ for ionic distribution measurements in the beating heart
Vasile V. Cosofret;Miklos. Erdosy;Timothy A. Johnson;Richard P. Buck.
Analytical Chemistry (1995)
Responses of site-controlled, plasticized membrane electrodes
Erno Lindner;Etelka Graf;Zsuzsa Niegreisz;Klara Toth.
Analytical Chemistry (1988)
Interpretation of Finite‐Length‐Warburg‐Type Impedances in Supported and Unsupported Electrochemical Cells with Kinetically Reversible Electrodes
Donald R. Franceschetti;J. Ross Macdonald;Richard P. Buck.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (1991)
Analytical aspects of chemically modified electrodes: Classification, critical evaluation and recommendations (IUPAC Recommendations 1998)
W. Kutner;J. Wang;Maurice L'her;R. P. Buck.
Pure and Applied Chemistry (1998)
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