His Chromatography research is linked to Analytical Chemistry (journal) and Detection limit. Borrowing concepts from Electrochemistry, Shigeru Amemiya weaves in ideas under Analytical Chemistry (journal). He merges Electrochemistry with Scanning electrochemical microscopy in his research. His Detection limit study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Chromatography. His study ties his expertise on Ionophore together with the subject of Membrane. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Biochemistry and Molecule. Shigeru Amemiya connects Molecule with Membrane in his research. He connects Physical chemistry with Chemical physics in his study. His research combines Scanning electrochemical microscopy and Electrode.
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Shigeru Amemiya incorporates Electrode and Tafel equation in his studies. He performs multidisciplinary study in Tafel equation and Electrochemistry in his work. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Electrochemistry and Voltammetry. Voltammetry is closely attributed to Electrode in his research. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Physical chemistry and Chemical physics. Shigeru Amemiya performs multidisciplinary studies into Chemical physics and Physical chemistry in his work. Nanotechnology and Nanoscopic scale are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. While working in this field, Shigeru Amemiya studies both Nanoscopic scale and Nanotechnology. His Artificial intelligence study typically links adjacent topics like Perspective (graphical).
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Potentiometric Selectivity Coefficients of Ion-Selective Electrodes. Part I. Inorganic Cations (Technical Report)
Yoshio Umezawa;Philippe Bühlmann;Kayoko Umezawa;Koji Tohda.
Pure and Applied Chemistry (2000)
A Chloride Ion-Selective Solvent Polymeric Membrane Electrode Based on a Hydrogen Bond Forming Ionophore
Kang Ping Xiao;Philippe Bühlmann;Seiichi Nishizawa;Shigeru Amemiya.
Analytical Chemistry (1997)
Cationic or anionic sites? Selectivity optimization of ion-selective electrodes based on charged ionophores
Shigeru Amemiya;Philippe Buhlmann;Ernö Pretsch;Bruno Rusterholz.
Analytical Chemistry (2000)
Voltammetric heparin-selective electrode based on thin liquid membrane with conducting polymer-modified solid support.
Jidong Guo;Shigeru Amemiya.
Analytical Chemistry (2006)
Scanning electrochemistry microscopy (SECM) in the study of electron transfer kinetics at liquid/liquid interfaces: Beyond the constant composition approximation
Anna L. Barker;Patrick R. Unwin;Shigeru Amemiya;Jungfen Zhou.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1999)
High lipophilicity of perfluoroalkyl carboxylate and sulfonate: implications for their membrane permeability.
Ping Jing;Patrick J. Rodgers;Shigeru Amemiya.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Stripping analysis of nanomolar perchlorate in drinking water with a voltammetric ion-selective electrode based on thin-layer liquid membrane.
Yushin Kim;Shigeru Amemiya.
Analytical Chemistry (2008)
Voltammetry of the phase transfer of polypeptide protamines across polarized liquid/liquid interfaces.
Shigeru Amemiya;Xiting Yang;Tracy L. Wazenegger.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Origin of non-Nernstian anion response slopes of metalloporphyrin-based liquid/polymer membrane electrodes.
Erich D. Steinle;Shigeru Amemiya;Philippe Buhlmann;Mark E. Meyerhoff.
Analytical Chemistry (2000)
Biological applications of scanning electrochemical microscopy: chemical imaging of single living cells and beyond
Shigeru Amemiya;Jidong Guo;Hui Xiong;Darrick A. Gross.
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2006)
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