David Dobberpuhl, Ph.D.
Rigge Science Building 221 email@example.com
Dr. Dobberpuhl is interested in the voltammetric characterization and electrochemical detection of aliphatic compounds that have industrial, biological, or pharmacological significance. He utilizes the following techniques: liquid chromatographic separation and pulsed electrochemical detection of analytes in biological matrices, stripping voltammetry of organic compounds, and dual electrodes with liquid chromatography..
Ph.D. (1994) Iowa State University
B.S. (1989) Moorhead State University
Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Johnson, D.C. "Pulsed Electrochemical Detection at Alkanolamines Separated by Multimodal High-Performance Liquid Chromatography," J. Chromatogr. A, 694, 91-398, (1995).
Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Johnson, D.C. "Pulsed Electrochemical Detection at the Ring of a Ring-Disk Electrode Applied to a Study of Amine Adsorption at Gold Electrodes," Anal. Chem., 67, 1254-1258, (1995).
Jackson, W.A.; LaCourse, W.R.; Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Johnson, D.C. "Pulsed Amperometric Detection of Carbohydrates, Amines, and Sulfur Species in Ion Chromatography--The Current State of Research," Electroanalysis, 3, 607, (1991).
Johnson, D.C.; Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Roberts, R.; Vandeberg, P. "Voltammetric Response of Ethanolamine at Gold Electrodes in Alkaline Media," J.Chromatogr., 640, 79, (1993).