The following is a list of selected publications related to my research in analytical chemistry and chemical education. This includes original research papers, editorials, and other published works. They are grouped under the following categories:
- Chemical Education
- Conducting Sensors
- Flow Injection Analysis
- Surface Acoustic Wave Sensors
- Research Text
- “Dumber students or dumber teaching: where will our future analytical chemists come from?”, David C. Stone, Analyst, 2005, 130, 419-420. (guest editorial DOI: 10.1039/b502363g)
- “Teaching chromatography using virtual chromatography exercises”, David C. Stone, J. Chem. Ed., 2007, 84(9), 1488-1496.
- “High to low tide: The high school–university transition”, David C. Stone, Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, 2010, 3, 133-139. (Journal web site)
Chemometrics and Signal Processing
- “Application of Median Filtering to Noisy Data”, D. C. Stone, Can. J. Chem., 1995, 73, 1573-1581.
- “Applications of Electronic Noses and Tongues in Food Analysis”, Anil K. Deisingh, David C. Stone and Michael Thompson, Int. J. Food Sci. Tech., 2004, 39, 587-604.
Conducting Polymers & Sensors
- “Poly N-(2-cyanoethyl)pyrrole as a Selective Film for the Thickness-Shear Mode Acoustic Wave Sensor”, Zhiping Deng, David C. Stone and Michael Thompson, Can. J. Chem., 1995, 73, 1427-1435.
- “Selective Detection of Aroma Components by Acoustic Wave Sensors Coated with Conducting Polymer Films”, Z. Deng, D. C. Stone and M. Thompson, Analyst, 1996, 121, 671-679. (DOI: 10.1039/AN9962100671)
- “Effect of Redox State on the Response of Poly-N-(2-cyanoethyl)pyrrole Coated Thickness-Shear Mode Acoustic Wave Sensors to Organic Vapours”, Zhiping Deng, David C. Stone and Michael Thompson, Analyst, 1996, 121, 1341-1348. (DOI: 10.1039/AN9962101341)
- “Characterization of Polymer Films of Pyrrole Derivatives for Chemical Sensing by Cyclic Voltammetry, X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Vapour Sorption Studies Applications”, Z. Deng, D. C. Stone and M. Thompson, Analyst, 1997, 122, 1129-1138. (DOI: 10.1039/a703165c)
Flow Injection Analysis (FIA)
Flow injection analysis is a technique for automating sample analysis on a micro or semimicro scale. Sample volumes and flowrates are similar to those used in HPLC, although FIA is essentially a low pressure technique. FIA may be used as a sample introduction and reaction interface in most conventional instrumental analysis techniques. It is the historical precursor of microfluidics and the "Lab on a chip" concept.
- “Flow Cell and Diffusion Coefficient Effects in Flow Injection Analysis”, D. C. Stone and J. F. Tyson, Anal. Chim. Acta, 1986, 179, 427-432.
- “Models for Dispersion in Flow Injection Analysis: Part 1. Basic Requirements and Study of Factors Affecting Dispersion”, D. C. Stone and J. F. Tyson, Analyst, 1987, 112, 515-521.
- “Models for Dispersion in Flow Injection Analysis: Part 2. Two Tanks in Parallel Model”, D. C. Stone and J. F. Tyson, Analyst, 1989, 114, 1453-1458.
Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Vapour Sensors
- “Surface Acoustic Wave Detector for Screening Molecular Recognition by Gas Chromatography”, M. Thompson and D. C. Stone, Anal. Chem., 1990, 62, 1895-1899.
- “Interdigital Capacitance and Surface Acoustic Wave Sensors”, D. C. Stone and M. Thompson, Anal. Chem., 1993, 65, 352-362.
- “Study of Bimolecular Interactions by Molecular Modelling and Surface Acoustic Wave Device”, M. Thompson, M. D. Frank and D. C. Stone, Electroanalysis, 1997, 9, 1054-1061.
- “Sensor Response and Computational Molecular Modeling”, Michael Thompson, M. Donata Frank and David C. Stone, NATO ARW "Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring", D. P. Nikolelis et al (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell MA, USA, 1998, 27-40.
- “Surface-launched Acoustic Wave Devices: Chemical Sensing and Thin Film Characterization”, Michael Tompson and David C. Stone, Chemical Analysis, J. D. Winefordner (Ed.), Vol. 144, Wiley, New York NY, April 1997. (publisher's information)