Robin L. McCarley

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Analytical, Surface, and Materials Chemistry
Barbara Womack LSU Alumni Professor
(b. 1964)
LSU Faculty Fellow
B.A. Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL, 1986
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1990
National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Texas, 1990-1992

Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh Award, 1993

LSU College of Basic Sciences Research Award, 1998
LSU College of Basic Sciences Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2002
LSU Distinguished Faculty Award, 2003

Fellow of the AAAS, 2010

LSU Distinguished Research Master in Engineering, Science and Technology, 2011
Lake Forest College Richard W. Hantke Alumni Teacher Award, 2011


The general theme of the research that is carried out in our laboratories is the chemistry of supramolecular systems in solution and on surfaces.  Our desire is to be able to control the properties of materials by manipulating the structure of the materials on the molecular scale.  

For instance, our group is interested in constructing stimuli-sensitive molecular architectures based on dendrimers, surfactants (liposomes and micelles), and polymers that can be used to trap, contain, and release molecules; through the use of redox-responsive and temperature-responsive functionalities at the exterior of dendrimers and liposomes, we are able to regulate the transport of materials from the interior of the host system to the exterior, surrounding solution.  In addition, other redox-responsive or temperature-responsive moieties can be placed on a variety of materials for use in chemical sensing applications; see a Chemical and Engineering News article highlighting our work in this area. This NSF- and NIH-funded project involves the use of a variety of analytical methods, such as NMR methods, fluorescence spectroscopy, and infrared spectroscopy, and synthetic strategies for making the host systems. Recent results indicate that such materials will be useful in the delivery of molecules in the body and in miniaturized analytical systems. In addition, we have been exploring the properties of the stimuli-responsive moeities using MALDI-MS, in particular, their end groups and molecular weight.   Warren Solfiell, Fabi Mendoza, Will Silvers, James Winter, Dr. Martin Loew and  Dr. Sreelatha Balamurugan will be happy to discuss this project.

In another area, we are interested in controlling the surface properties of polymer substrates used in the fabrication of microanalytical devices by immobilizing nanometer-thick layers of organic and biological molecules on the surface of the plastic substrate; such surface modification protocols are of great importance to microanalytical devices geared towards genomic, proteomic, and environmental analyses.  This project is funded through the National Institutes of Health and NSF and is a collaborative effort with the Soper Group at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina (Biomedical Engineering and Chemistry), as well as groups in Mechanical Engineering.  In addition, we are working with several groups in physics, biology, and engineering to build nanoscopic sensors and pumps/actuators. For more information, contact  Dr. Subramanian Balamurugan.

In addition to these more applied directions, we are interested in understanding the fundamentals of adsorbate interactions (alkanethiols, isocyanides) with metal surfaces (Pt, Au, Ag, Cu) and the interactions of metals (evaporated, electrolessly deposited, nanoclusters) with "sticky" (chemically modified so as to present a binding ligand to the depositing metal) surfaces.  For example, we are looking at ways to photopattern surfaces so that metal deposition is confined to a given area (micrometer to nanometer square areas).  Both areas are of interest to the microelectronics industry, as well as the microanalytical device and sensor communities.  

Related to this binding of metals on surfaces is the template-assisted formation of metal nanoclusters using dendrimers as the template.  We have recently shown that ~1 nm diameter Cu nanoclusters can be made by reduction of Cu(II)-amine-dendrimer complexes.  By varying the Cu(II):dendrimer ratio, we have been able to make extremely monodisperse metal and metal oxide nanoclusters.  This work will be used to lay the groundwork for future studies of bi-metallic clusters and metal oxide nanoparticles that can be used for catalysis applications, including those associated with environmental concerns.  This project is a collaborative effort with Professors Dellinger, Poliakoff, Hall from chemistry and his students and involves the use of our synchrotron radiation source, CAMD. Please feel free to contact Dr. Eli Mitran and Nuwan Balapitiya about this work. 

Students within the McCarley Group gain a great deal of experience in a number of areas in chemistry, biology, and materials science due to the diverse, interdisciplinary nature of the research efforts.  For example, you are apt to find someone doing organic synthesis on a surface or solution one day, and then discover them carrying out surface infrared spectroscopy, scanning probe microscopy, X-ray spectroscopy, or mass spectrometry the next day!  Or you might find someone making a microdevice, and then a few minutes later see that they are performing photopatterning of the plastic surface to immobilize proteins or DNA.  In addition, Professor McCarley is an associate of the Macromolecular Studies Group at LSU.  Thus, the student who carries out research in the McCarley Group will become well-versed in a variety of topics related to analytical, physical, inorganic, macromolecular, biological, and organic chemistries.

As a result of their training, students in the McCarley Group have gone on to outstanding careers in chemistry and materials science.  

  • Dr. John Peanasky is a scientist at Corning in Corning, NY and is carrying out work on optically-based biosensors.

  • Dr. Robert Willicut ('97) is a scientist in the Health and Beauty Care Division at Proctor and Gamble, Cincinnati, OH, and is working on polymer rheology and surface analysis of non-traditional materials.

  • Dr. Tamara Nauman has been an Instructor at LSU since 1997.

  • Dr. Song Lin ('00) is currently employed in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Dr. Cory Schomburg ('00) is on the staff of Columbian Chemicals Company in Marietta, Georgia, where he researches support materials for fuel cells.

  • Dr. Pierre Floriano ('01) is a Research Assistant Professor at Rice University and formerly with Professor John McDevitt at the Beckman Center for Sensing at the University of Texas.

  • Dr. Sonya Caston-Pierre ('01) is a faculty member at Dillard University in New Orleans.

  • Dr. Alyssa Henry ('01) is a staff scientist at ARA in Virginia.

  • Dr. Charles O. Noble ('01) is currently at Merrimack Pharmaceuticals in San Francisco, CA. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California in San Francisco, CA where he worked on liposome-based drug release agents.

  • Dr. Jed Aucoin ('04) is a scientist at Lockheed-Martin Space Systems Company in their Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, where he is working on materials characterization for the US Space Shuttle Project.

  • Dr. Bikas Vaidya is currently a scientist at Lynntech at their facility in Bryan, TX where is working on a variety of projects dealing with fuel cells. He received his Ph.D. under the direction of Marc D. Porter at Iowa State University.

  • Dr. Amy Donaldson Morara ('05) is Senior Chemist for SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation) in Arkansas.

  • Dr. Mariah J. McMasters ('06) was a Scientist at Alberto Culver in Jonesboro, AR and recently moved to Owen Biosciences in Baton Rouge.

  • Dr. Suying Wei ('06) was a postdoctoral fellow with Professor Michael Sailor at the University of California at San Diego working in biomaterials, and she has recently become an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Lamar University in Beaumont, TX.

  • Dr. Eden Pacsial-Ong (PD, 2005-2006) works as a Senior Scientist at Smith's Detection in Boston, MA.

  • Dr. Rebecca Brauch ('06) is a Scientist at the Clorox Company in Pleasanton, CA working on mass spectrometry.

  • Dr. Henry Wiggins ('07) is a Scientist at Halliburton in Oklahoma where he is working on analysis methods applied to the petrochemical industry.

  • Dr. Guofang Chen (PD, 2004-2007) was a postdoctoral researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and is now a faculty member at St. John's University.

  • Dr. Winston Ong (PD, 2004-2007) was a Scientist at TransForm Pharmaceuticals (a Johnson and Johnson Company) working on early drug development, and he recently began work at Kala Pharmaceuticals, a new start-up pharmaceutical company in Boston.

  • Dr. Yuming Yang ('08) is a Scientist at the Clorox Company in Pleasanton, CA and is involved in developing surfactant systems.

  • Dr. Jowell Bolivar ('08) was a Scientist at Fuji Health Science in New Jersey and recently moved to The Wright Group in Lafayette, LA.

  • Dr. Elizabeta Mitran ('09) is the Training Core Coordinator for the LSU NIEHS Superfund Research Program.

  • Dr. Jennifer S. Macalindong De Guzman ('10) is a postdoctoral fellow at Pennington Biomedical Research Center.

  • Dr. Nicole Hollabaugh Carrier ('11) is a faculty member at Southeastern Louisiana University.

  • Dr. Jerimiah Forsythe is a postdoctoral fellow at Rice University in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

  • Dr. C.J. Dubois, Jr. (BS at LSU, '98) is a scientist at DuPont Central Research in Wilmington, DE working on a variety of polymeric display projects. He received his Ph.D. under the direction of Professor John Reynolds at the University of Florida, and was an LSU undergraduate researcher.

  • Dr. Stefanie M. Chaplin was in the chemical, bio-, and materials engineering department at Arizona State University from 1998 to 2004 (PhD, 2004) where she studied Si wafer processing techniques.

  • Benjamin Boussert (BS at LSU, '99) was a graduate student in the group of Paul Alivisatos at the University of California at Berkeley. Tragically, Ben perished in an automobile accident on July 16, 2005 after participating in the graduation exercises in May of 2005.

 

Selected Publications from the McCarley Laboratories

R. L. McCarley
Redox-responsive Delivery Systems
Annu. Rev. Anal. Chem. 2012, 5:X--X
DOI: 10.1146/annurev-anchem-062011-143157

W. C. Silvers, A. Payne, and R. L. McCarley,
Shedding Light by Redox –
NAD(P)H:quinone Oxidoreductase 1 Activation of a Cloaked Fluorescent Dye,
Chem. Commun.
2011, DOI: 10.1039/C1CC14578A

S. Balamurugan, N. Kim, W. Lee, D. A. Spivak, D. E. Nikitopoulos, S. A. Soper, and R. L. McCarley,
Surface Modification of Polymeric Microfluidic Devices for the Stable and Continuous Generation of Aqueous Droplets in Two-phase Flows,
Langmuir 2011, 27 (12), 7949–7957, DOI: 10.1021/la200298n

E. Mitran, B. Dellinger, and R. L. McCarley,
Well-defined Nickel Nanoparticles from Poly(propylene imine) Dendrimer–Ni(II) Complexes,
Chem. Mater
. 2010, 22 (24), 6555–6563. DOI: 10.1021/cm102030p

J. M. De Guzman, S. A. Soper, and R. L. McCarley,
Assessment of Glycoprotein Interactions on Aminoethylcarbomoylphenyl-Boronic Acid Surfaces by Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectrometry,
Anal. Chem. 2010, 82 (21), 8970–8977. DOI: 10.1021/ac101911a

S. Lomnicki, H. Wu, S. N. Osborne, J. M. Pruett, E. D. Poliakoff,
R. L. McCarley, and B. Dellinger,Size-Selective Synthesis of Immobilized Copper Oxide Nanoclusters on Silica,
Mat. Sci. Eng. B-Solid
2010, 175 (2), 136–142. DOI: 10.1016/j.mseb.2010.07.016

C. K. Bett, J. Ngunjiri, W. Serem, K. Fontenot,  J. G. Garno, R. L. McCarley, and R. P. Hammer,
Structure-Activity Relationships in Peptide Modulators of Amyloid ß-Protein Aggregation: Variation in α,α-Disubstitution Results in Altered Aggregate Size and Morphology,
Chem. Neuro.
2010, 1 (9), 608–626. DOI: 10.1021/cn100045q

N. Edwin, R. P. Hammer, R. L. McCarley, and P. S. Russo,
Reversibility of beta-Amyloid Self-Assembly: Effects of pH and Added Salts Assessed by Fluorescence Photobleaching Recovery,
Biomacromolecules
, 2010, 11 (2), 341–347. DOI: 10.1021/bm900833b

S. Balamurugan, A. Obubuafo, S. A. Soper, R. L. McCarley and D. A. Spivak,
Effect of Linker Structure on Surface Density of Aptamer Monolayers and their Corresponding Protein Binding Efficiency,
Anal. Chem., 2008, 80(24), 9630–9634.
DOI: 10.1021/ac8009559

J.G. Bolivar, S.A. Soper and R.L. McCarley,
Nitroavidin as a Ligand for the Surface Capture
and Release of Biotinylated Proteins
,
Anal. Chem., 2008, 80(23), 9336-9342.
DOI: 10.1021/ac801750d

W. Ong, Y. Yang, A.C. Cruciano and R.L. McCarley,
Redox-Triggered Contents Release from Liposomes,
J. Am. Chem. Soc.
2008, 130(44), 14739–14744.
DOI: 10.1021/ja8050469

A. Obubuafo, S. Balamurugan, H. Shadpour, D. Spivak,
R. L. McCarley and S. A. Soper,
Poly(methyl methacrylate) microchip affinity capillary gel electrophoresis of aptamer-protein complexes for the analysis of thrombin in plasma,
Electrophoresis 2008, 29(16), 3436-3445.
DOI: 10.1002/elps.200700854

A.A. Adams AA, P. Okagbare, J. Feng, M.L. Hupert, D. Patterson, J. Gottert, R.L. McCarley, D. Nikitopoulos, M.C. Murphy and S.A. Soper,
Highly efficient circulating tumor cell isolation from whole blood and label-free enumeration using polymer-based microfluidics with an integrated conductivity sensor,
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2008, 130(27), 8633-8641.
DOI: 10.1021/ja8015022

F. Xu, P. Datta, H. Wang, S. Gurung, M. Hashimoto, S. Wei, J. Goettert, R.L. McCarley and S.A. Soper,
Polymer microfluidic chips with integrated waveguides for reading microarrays
,
Anal. Chem., 2008, 79(23), 9007-9013.
DOI: 10.1021/ac7016597

G. Chen, G.T. McCandless, R.L. McCarley and S.A. Soper,  
Integration of large-area polymer nanopillar arrays into microfluidic devices using in situ polymerization cast molding,
Lab On A Chip,
2007, 7(11), 1424-1427.
DOI: 10.1039/b713324c

G. Chen, S.A. Soper and R.L. McCarley,  
Free-Standing, Erect Ultra-high-aspect-ratio Polymer Nanopillar and Nanotube Ensembles,
Langmuir, 2007, 23(23), 11777-11781.
DOI: 10.1021/la701502m

G. Chen, R.L. McCarley, S.A. Soper, C. Situma and J. Bolivar, 
Functional Template-Derived Poly(methyl methacrylate) Nanopillars for Solid-Phase Biological Reactions,
Chem. Mater., 2007, 19(16), 3855-3857.
DOI: 10.1021/cm0702870

M.A. Etienne, N.J. Edwin, J.P. Aucoin, P.S. Russo, R.L. McCarley, R.P. Hammer,
b-Amyloid Protein Aggregation. Methods in Molecular Biology (Totowa, NJ, United States) 2007, 386(Peptide Characterization and Application Protocols), 203-225.

E. Pacsial-Ong, W. Wang, R.M. Strongin and R.L. McCarley,
Electrochemical Detection of Glutathione Using Redox Indicators,
Anal. Chem.
, 2006, 78(21), 7577-7581;
DOI: 10.1021/ac061451q

W. Ong and R.L. McCarley,
Chemically- and Electrochemically-Mediated Release of Dendrimer End Groups,
Macromolecules
, 2006, 39(21), 7295-7301;
DOI:
10.1021/ma061341l

M.A. Witek, S.D. Llopis, A. Wheatley, R.L. McCarley and S.A. Soper,
Purification and preconcentration of genomic DNA from whole cell lysates using photoactivated polycarbonate (PPC) microfluidic chips
,
Nucl. Acids Res.
2006, 34(10), e74. DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkl146

S. Balamurugan, A. Obubuafo, S.A. Soper, R.L. McCarley, and D.A. Spivak,
Designing Highly Specific Biosensing Surfaces Using Aptamer Monolayers on Gold,
Langmuir 2006; 22(14), 6446-6453. DOI: 10.1021/la060222w

 A.D. Morara and R.L. McCarley,        
TEO-Pyrrole-Terminated Dendrimer Hosts – Synthesis and Characterization,
Org. Lett. 2006, 8(10), 1999-2002. DOI: 10.1021/ol060288i

G.B. Bantchev, P.S. Russo, R.L. McCarley, and R.P. Hammer,
A Simple, Multi-angle, Multi-correlator Depolarized Dynamic Light Scattering Apparatus
,
Rev. Sci. Inst.
2006, 77(4), 043902/1-043902/6.
DOI: 10.1063/1.2186807
 

X. S. Wu, P. W. Adams, Y. Yang, and R. L. McCarley,
Interface Spin-Orbit Coupling in a Non-centrosymmetric Thin-Film Superconductor,          
Phys. Rev. Lett.
2006, 96(12), 127002/1-127002/4. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.127002
 

R.P. Hammer, M.A. Etienne, Jed P. Aucoin, and R.L. McCarley,
Stoichiometric Inhibition of Amyloid b-Protein Aggregation with Peptides Containing Alternating a,a-Disubstituted Amino Acids,
J. Am. Chem. Soc.
2006, 128, 3522-3523.
DOI:
10.1021/ja0600678

S.A. Soper, M. Hashimoto, C. Situma, M.C. Murphy, and R.L. McCarley,
Fabrication of DNA Microarrays onto Polymer Substrates Using UV Modification Protocols with Integration into Microfluidic Platforms for the Sensing of Low-Abundant DNA Point Mutations,
Methods 2005, 37, 103-113.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ymeth.2005.07.004 

N.J. Edwin, G.B. Bantchev, P.S. Russo, Robert P. Hammer, and R.L. McCarley,
Elucidating the Kinetics of b-Amyloid Fibril Formation In New Polymeric Materials; L.S. Korugic-Karasz, W.J. MacKnight, and E. Martuscelli, Eds.; ACS Symposium Series 916; American Chemical Society: Washington, D.C., 2005, pp. 106-118.

W. Ong and R.L. McCarley,
Redox-driven Shaving of Dendrimers
Chem. Comm. 2005, (37), 4699-4701. DOI: 10.1039/b506724c

S. Wei, B. Vaidya, A.B. Patel, S.A. Soper, and R.L. McCarley,           
Photochemically Patterned Poly(methyl methacrylate) Microanalytical Devices
J. Phys. Chem. B. 2005, 109(35), 16988-16996.
DOI:
10.1021/jp051550s

***S.S. Balamurugan, G.B. Bantchev, Y. Yang, and R.L. McCarley,
Highly Water-Soluble Thermally Responsive Poly(thiophene)-based Brushes,
Angewandte Chemie 2005, 44,
4872-4876. DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500867

M. J. McMasters, R.P. Hammer and R.L. McCarley,
Surface-Induced Aggregation of Beta Amyloid Peptide by

-Substituted Alkanethiol Monolayers Supported on Gold
,
Langmuir 2005, 21(10), 4464-4470.
DOI:
10.1021/la047044w

C. Situma, Y. Wang, M. Hupert, F. Barany, R.L. McCarley and S.A. Soper,
Fabrication of DNA microarrays onto poly(methyl methacrylate) with ultraviolet patterning and microfluidics for the detection of low-abundant point mutations,
Anal. Biochem. 2005, 340(1),123-135.

W. Ong and R.L. McCarley,
Positive Dendritic Effects on the Electron-Donating Potencies of Poly(propylene imine) Dendrimers,
Organic Letters 2005, 7(7), 1287-1290.
DOI: 10.1021/ol0500564

R.L. McCarley, B. Vaidya, S. Wei, A.F. Smith, A.B. Patel, J. Feng, M.C. Murphy and S.A. Soper,
Resist-free Patterning of Surface Architectures in Polymer-based Microanalytical Devices,
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 842-843.
DOI: 10.1021/ja0454135

M.A. Witek, S.Wei, B. Vaidya, A.A. Adams, L. Zhu, W. Stryjewski, R.L. McCarley and S.A. Soper,
Cell Transport via Electromigration in Polymer-based Microfluidic Devices,
Lab on a Chip 2004, 4, 464-472.

E.E. Doomes, R.W. Zurales, R.L. McCarley, and E.D. Poliakoff,
Correlations Between Heterocycle Ring Size and X-ray Spectra,
J. Chem. Phys. 2003, 119, 4399-4404.

E.E. Doomes,
P.N. Floriano, R.W. Tittsworth, R.L. McCarley, and E.D. Poliakoff,
Anomalous XANES Spectra of Octadecanethiol Adsorbed on Ag(111),
J. Phys. Chem. B, 2003
107, 10193-10197.
DOI:
10.1021/jp021510d


B. Vaidya
, S.A. Soper, and R.L. McCarley, Surface Modification and Characterization of Microfabricated Poly(carbonate) Devices: Manipulation of Electroosmotic Flow,
The Analyst 2002, 127, 1289-1292.

S.A. Soper, A.C. Henry, B. Vaidya, M. Galloway, M. Wabuyele, and R.L. McCarley, Surface Modification of Polymer-Based Microfluidic Devices,
Anal. Chim. Acta. 2002, 470, 87-99.

S.L. Caston and R.L. McCarley, Characteristics of Nanoscopic Band Electrodes,
J. Electroanal. Chem. 2002, 529, 124-134.

M. Galloway, W. Stryjewski, A. Henry, S.M. Ford, S. Llopis, R.L. McCarley, S.A. Soper, Contact Conductivity Detection in Poly(methyl methacylate)-Based Microfluidic Devices for Analysis of Mono- and Polyanionic Molecules,
Anal. Chem. 2002, 74, 2407-2415. 

P.N. Floriano, C.O. Noble, IV, J.M. Schoonmaker, E.D. Poliakoff, and R.L. McCarley,
Cu(0) Nanoclusters Derived from Poly(propylene imine) Dendrimer Complexes of Cu(II),
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2001, 123, 10545-10553.

T.D. McCarley, C.J. Dubois, Jr., C.O. Noble, IV, and R.L. McCarley, MALDI-MS of Poly(3-hexylthiophene) Synthesized by Chemical Oxidative with FeCl3,
Macromolecules 2001, 34, 7999-8004.

A.C. Henry and R.L. McCarley, Selective Deposition of Metals on Plastics Used in the Construction of Microanalytical Devices—Photo-Directed Formation of Metal Features on PMMA,
J. Phys. Chem. B 2001, 105, 8755-8761.

I.I. Negulescu, R.L. McCarley, C.C. Delatte, P. N. Floriano, and J. Jiechao, Coloration of Natural and Synthetic Fibers with Metallic Nanoparticles
Polymeric Materials: Science & Engineering
2001, 84, 471-472.

S. Hasegawa, T. Horigome, K. Yakushi, H. Inokuchi, K. Okudaira-Kamiya, N. Ueno, K. Seki, R.J. Willicut, R.L. McCarley, E. Morikawa and V. Saile, Angle-Resolved Photoemission Measurements of Omega-(N-pyrrolyl)alkanethiol Self-Assembled Monolayers Using In-Situ Sample Preparation Apparatus
J. Electron. Spectrosc. 2001, 113, 101-107.

K. Cory Schomburg and R.L. McCarley, Surface-Confined Monomers on Electrode Surfaces. 11. Electrochemical and Infrared Spectroscopic Characteristics of Aniline-Terminated Alkanethiol Monolayers on Au Electrochemically Treated in Non-aqueous Media,
Langmuir 2001, 17, 1993-1998.

K. Cory Schomburg and R.L. McCarley, Surface-Confined Monomers on Electrode Surfaces. 10. Electrochemical and Infrared Spectroscopic Characteristics of Aniline-Terminated Alkanethiol Monolayers on Au Electrochemically Treated in Aqueous Solution,
Langmuir 2001, 17, 1983-1992.

K. C. Schomburg and R.L. McCarley. Electrochemical and Infrared Analysis of Alkoxyaniline Derivative Monolayers on Gold. In Interfacial Properties on the Submicron Scale, Jane Frommer and Rene Overney, Eds.; ACS Symposium Series 781; American Chemical Society:Washington, DC; 2001, pp 306-320.

A.C. Henry, T.J. Tutt, C.S. McWhorter, Y. Davidson, S.A. Soper, and R.L. McCarley, Chemical Modification of Poly(methyl methacrylate) Used in the Construction of Microanalytical Devices,
Anal. Chem. 2000 72, 5331-5337.

S.A. Soper, S.M. Ford, S. Qi, R.L. McCarley, K. Kelly, and M.C. Murphy, Microelectromechanical Systems Fabricated in Polymeric Materials: Applications in Chemistry and Life Sciences,
Anal. Chem.
2000 72, 643A-651A.

C.O. Noble, IV and R. L. McCarley, Pyrrole-Terminated Diaminobutane (DAB) Dendrimer Monolayers on Gold—Oligomerization of Peripheral Groups and Adhesion Promotion of Poly(pyrrole) Films,
J. Am. Chem. Soc.
, 2000, 127, 6518-6519.

P.N. Floriano, O. Schlieben, E.E. Doomes, I. Klein, J. Janssen, J. Hormes, E.D. Poliakoff and R.L. McCarley, A Grazing Incidence Surface X-ray Absorption Fine Structure (GIXFAS) Study of Alkanethiols Adsorbed on Au, Ag, and Cu,
Chem. Phys. Lett
., 2000, 321, 175-181.

C.O. Noble, IV and R. L. McCarley, Surface-Confined Monomers on Electrode Surfaces. 7. Synthesis of Pyrrole-Terminated Poly(propylene imine) Dendrimers,
Organic Letters
, 1999, 1, 1021-1023.

A.C. Henry, R. L. McCarley, S. S. Das, and C. G. Khan Malek, Characteristics of Commercial PMMA Sheets Used in the Fabrication of Extreme High-Aspect-Ratio Microstructures,
J. Electrochem. Soc., 1999, 146, 2631-2636.

S. Lin and R. L. McCarley, Surface-Confined Monomers on Electrode Surfaces. 6. Adsorption and Polymerization of 1,6-Diisocyanohexane on Au and Pt,
Langmuir
, 1999, 15, 151-159.

T.D. McCarley, M. W. Lufaso, L. S. Curtin, and R. L. McCarley, Multiply Charged Redox-Active Oligomers in the Gas Phase: Electrolytic Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Metallocenes,
J. Phys. Chem. B
, 1998, 103, 10078-10086.

T.D. McCarley, P.A. Limbach, and R. L. McCarley, Electron-Transfer Ionization in Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectrometry,
Anal. Chem.
1998, 70, 4376-4379.

C.J. DuBois and R. L. McCarley, Characterization of Polymeric Films Derived from a- and b-Substituted N-Vinylpyrroles,
J. Electroanal. Chem.
1998, 454, 99-105.

R. L. McCarley and R.J. Willicut, Tethered Monolayers of Poly(N-pyrrolyl)alkanethiol) on Au,
J. Am. Chem. Soc.
1998, 120, 9296-9304.

A.C. Henry, R.L. McCarley D.S. Poche, Sudipta Das, and C. Khan Malek, Structural Changes in PMMA Under Hard X-ray Irradiation and the Interfacial Consequences of Enhanced PMMA Adhesion,
Microsystem Technologies
1998, 4, 104-109.

J. S. Peanasky and R. L. McCarley, Surface-Confined Monomers on Electrode Surfaces. 4. Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Characterization of Undec-10-ene-1-thiol Self-Assembled Monolayers on Au,
Langmuir
1998, 14, 113-123.

P. Moberg and R. L. McCarley Electroless Deposition of Metals onto Organosilane Monolayers,
J. Electrochem. Soc.
1997, 144, L151-153.

 


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