Ian Burgess Publication list

96. Srivastava, N. D. Boyle, G. T. Flaman, B. Ramaswami, A. van den Berg, W. van der Stam, I. J. Burgess and M. Odijk. In situ spatiotemporal characterization and analysis of chemical reactions using an ATR-integrated microfluidic reactor. Lab on a Chip. 23. 4690-4700. [pdf available]

95. Ian J. Burgess. Attenuated total reflection surface enhanced infrared absorption spectroscopy as a tool for studying modified electrode surfaces with biosensing applications. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry. 40. 101320. [pdf available]

94. Noah Atkinson, Tyler A. Morhart, Garth Wells, Grace T. Flaman, Eric Petro, Stuart Read, Scott M. Rosendahl, Ian J. Burgess and Sven Achenbach. Microfabrication Process Development for a Polymer-Based Lab-on-Chip Concept Applied in Attenuated Total Reflection Fourier Transform Infrared  Spectroelectrochemistry. Sensors. 23. 6251. [pdf available]

93. Osai J. R. Clarke, Annabel Rowley, Robert V. Fox, Abderrahman Atifi, and Ian J. Burgess. Diamonds in the Rough: Direct Surface Enhanced Infrared Spectroscopic Evidence of Nitrogen Reduction on Boron-Doped Diamond Supported Metal Catalysts. Analytical Chemistry. 95.10476-10480. [pdf available]

92. Grace T. Flaman, Nicole D. Boyle, Cyprien Vermelle, Tyler A. Morhart, Bdhanya Ramaswami, Stuart Read, Scott M. Rosendahl, Garth Wells, Liam P. Newman, Noah Atkinson, Sven Achenbach, and Ian J. Burgess. Chemical Imaging of Mass Transport Near the No-Slip Interface of a Microfluidic Device using Attenuated Total Reflection–Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy. Analytical Chemistry. 95.10476-10480. [pdf available]

91. Erick Lins, Ian R. Andvaag, Stuart Read, Scott M. Rosendahl and Ian J. Burgess. Dual-frequency comb spectroscopy studies of ionic strength effects in time-resolved ATR-SEIRAS. J. Electroanal. Chem. 921, 116672. [pdf available] 

90. Vi Thuy Thi Phan, Ian R. Andvaag, Nicole D. Boyle, Grace T. Flaman, Bipinlal Unni and Ian J. Burgess. Surface Sensitive Infrared Spectroelectrochemistry using Palladium Electrodeposited on ITO-Modified Internal Reflection Elements. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 24, 2925-2933. [pdf available] 

 This article is part of the themed collection: 2022 PCCP HOT Articles

89. Tyler A. Morhart, Kaiyang Tu, Stuart T. Read, Scott M. Rosendahl, Garth Wells, Sven Achenbach and Ian J. Burgess. Surface Enhanced Infrared Spectroelectrochemistry using a Microband Electrode. Can. J. Chem. Special Issue in Honour of Richard McCreery. available as ahead of print.

88. Arthur Situm, Xiaoxuan Guo, Burke C. Barlow, Bao Guo, Ian J. Burgess, and Andrew P.
Grosvenor. A study of the corrosion of polymethyl methacrylate coated rebar using glancing angle X-ray absorption near edge spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 12540, 22301-22311. [pdf available]

87. Ian R. Andvaag, Erick Lins and Ian JBurgess. An Effective Medium Theory Description of Surface-Enhanced Infrared Absorption from Metal Island Layers Grown on Conductive Metal Oxide Films. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 12540, 22301-22311. [pdf available]

86. Bipinlal Unni and Ian J. Burgess. Electrochemical and Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy Studies of TEMPO Self-Assembled Monolayers. Electrochimica Acta. 381. 138263. [pdf available]

85. Kaiyang Tu, Tyler A. Morhart, Stuart T. Read, Scott M. Rosendahl and Ian J. BurgessProbing Heterogeneity in ATR-SEIRAS Response with Synchrotron Infrared Microspectroscopy. Applied Spectroscopy5. 1198-1206 [pdf available]

84. Sajna Simon, Osai J.R. Clarke and Ian J. Burgess. On the Ligand Exchange, Redox, and Disproportionation Processes of Tetrachloroaurate in the Presence of a Pyridine Derivative. Electrochimica Acta. 363, 137213. [pdf available]

83.  Bao Guo, Xiaohui Lin, Ian J. Burgess, Chun Yu. Electrochemical SHINERS Investigation of the Adsorption of Butyl Xanthate and 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole on Pyrite. Applied Surface Science. available online July 2020.

82. Osai J. R. Clarke and Ian J. Burgess, Electrodeposited Gold Nanodaggers on Conductive Metal Oxide Films Provide Substrates for Dual-Modality Surface Sensitive Vibrational Spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 124, 13356-13364. [pdf available].

81. Erick Lins, Stuart Read, Bipinlal Unni, Scott M. Rosendahl and Ian J. Burgess, Microsecond Resolved Infrared Spectroelectrochemistry Using Dual Frequency Comb IR Lasers. Analytical Chemistry. 92, 6241-6244. [pdf available] [open access preprint available]

80.  W. Scott Hopkins, Victor Verzilov, German Sciaini, Ian Burgess and Mark Boland. Establishing a Canadian Free Electron Laser Research Program. Canadian Journal of Physics. 97, vii-x. [pdf-available]

79.  Burke C. Barlow, Bao Guo, Arthur Situm, Andrew P. Grosvenor and Ian J. Burgess. Shell Isolated Nanoparticle Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SHINERS) Studies of Steel Surface Corrosion. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 853, 113559 [pdf available]

78.  Tyler A. Morhart, Stuart T. Read, Garth Wells, Michael Jacobs, Scott M. Rosendahl, Sven Achenbach and Ian J. Burgess. Micromachined Multigroove Silicon ATR FT-IR Internal Reflection Elements for Chemical Imaging of Microfluidic Devices. Analytical Methods. 11, 5776-5783. [pdf-available]

77.  Jessica A. Sigrist, Erick S. Lins, Tyler A. Morhart, Jenni L. Briggs and Ian J. Burgess. Optimization of a Commercial Variable Angle Accessory for Entry Level Users of Electrochemical Attenuated Total Reflection Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy (ATR-SEIRAS). Applied Spectroscopy. 73, 1394-1402. [pdf-available]

76. Zehui Xia, April Woods, Amanda Quirk, Ian J Burgess and Boris L. T. Lau. Interactions between Polystyrene Nanoparticles and Supported Lipid Bilayers: Impact of Charge and Hydrophobicity Modification by Specific Anions. 2019. Environmental Science: Nano, 6, 1829. [pdf-available]

75. Xiaoxuan Guo, Arthur Situm, Burke C. Barlow, Bao Guo, Ian J. Burgess, Andrew P. Grosvenor.  Soft X‐ray spectromicroscopy studies of pitting corrosion of reinforcing steel bar. 2019. Surface and Interface Analysis, 51, 681. [pdf-available]

74. Arthur Situm, Xiaoxuan Guo, Bao Guo, Burke C. Barlow, Ian J. Burgess, Andrew P. Grosvenor.  A spectromicroscopy study of the corrosion of fusion‐bonded epoxy–coated rebar. 2019. Surface and Interface Analysis, 51, 525. [pdf-available]

73. Ian R. Andvaag, Tyler A. Morhart, Osai J. R. Clarke, and Ian J. Burgess. Hybrid Gold−Conductive Metal Oxide Films for Attenuated Total Reflectance Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy. 2019, ACS Applied Nano Materials, 2, 1274. [pdf-available]

72. Jessica Sigrist, Ian Burgess. ATR-IR Spectroelectrochemical Studies of Arsenic Speciation at the Ferrihydrite-Solution Interface. Canadian Journal of Chemistry, published online November 28, 2018. [pdf-available]

71. Arthur Situm, Xiaoxuan Guo, Burke Barlow, Bao Guo, Xiaoxuan Guo, Ian Burgess, Andrew Grosvenor. A spectromicroscopy study of the corrosion of polymer coated steel. 2018, Corrosion Science, 145, 35-46. [pdf-available]

70. Burke Barlow, Arthur Situm, Bao Guo, Xiaoxuan Guo, Andrew Grosvenor, Ian Burgess. X-ray Microprobe Characterization of Corrosion at the Buried Polymer-Steel Interface. 2018. Corrosion Science, 144, 198-206. [pdf-available]

69. Tyler A. Morhart, Stuart Read, Garth Wells, Michael Jacobs, Scott M. Rosendahl, Sven Achenbach and Ian J. Burgess. Attenuated Total Reflection Fourier Transform Infrared (ATR FT-IR) Spectromicroscopy Using Synchrotron Radiation and Micromachined Si Wafers for Microfluidic Applications. 2018. Applied Spectroscopy, 72, 1781-1789. [pdf-available]

68. April Woods; Amanda Quirk; Ian James Burgess. Electrochemical and SEIRAS Studies of Urea and Biuret Adsorption on Polycrystalline Gold. 2018, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 819, 152–158. [pdf-available]

67. Dan Bizzotto, Ian J. Burgess, Thomas Doneux, Takamasa Sagara, and Hua-Zhong Yu. Beyond Simple Cartoons: Challenges in Characterizing Electrochemical Biosensor Interfaces. 2018, ACS Sensors, 3, 5−12. [pdf-available]

66. Tyler A. Morhart, Bipinlal Unni, Michael J. Lardner, and Ian J. Burgess. Electrochemical ATR-SEIRAS Using Low-Cost, Micromachined Si Wafers. 2017, Analytical Chemistry, 89, 11818-11824. [pdf-available]

65. A. Morrison, J.J. Leitch, G. Szymanski, G. Moula, B. Barlow, Ian J. Burgess, B. Shobeir, H. Huang, J. Lipkowski. Electrochemical dissolution of nickel produced by the Mond method under alternating temperatures and nickel carbonyl gas pressures. 2018, Electrochimica Acta, 260, 684-694. [pdf-available]

64. Michael J. Lardner, Kaiyang Tu, Burke C. Barlow, Scott M. Rosendahl, Ferenc Borondics, Ian J. Burgess. Quantitative analysis of electrochemical diffusion layers using synchrotron infrared radiation. 2017. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 800, 184–189. [pdf-available]

63. Andrew Morrison, Grzegorz Szymanski, Golam.Moula, B.Barlow, Ian .J. Burgess, Babak Shobeir, Henry Huang, Jacek Lipkowski. Electrochemical Dissolution Behaviour and Residue Formation of Laboratory Grown Carbonyl Nickel Simulating Industrial Carbonyl Nickel Pellet Growth. 2017. Electrochimica Acta, 248, 112-122. [pdf-available]

62. Ian J. Burgess, “Investigations of Capping Agent Adsorption for Metal Nanoparticle Stabilization and the Formation of Anisotropic Gold Nanocrystals” in Nanopatterned and Nanoparticle-Modified Electrodes of the series Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering, Vol 17, R. Alkire, D.M. Kolb and J. Lipkowski editors, Wiley-VCH, Publisher, Weinheim. 2017[pdf-available]

61. Sajna Simon, Theophilus I. Olumorin, Bao Guo, and Ian J. Burgess. Role of Au(I) Intermediates in the Electrochemical Formation of Highly Anisotropic Gold Nanostructures with Near-IR SERS Applications. 2016. J. Phys. Chem. C120, 26150-26158. [pdf-available] 

60. Kaiyang Tu, Michael J. Lardner, Tyler A. Morhart, Scott M. Rosendahl, Steven Creighton and Ian J. Burgess, 2016. Journal of Physical Chemistry C120, 23640-23647. [pdf-available] 

58. Tyler A. Morhart, Amanda Quirk, Michael J. Lardner, Tim E. May, Scott M. Rosendahl and Ian J. Burgess, 2016. Femtomole Infrared Spectroscopy at the Electrfied Metal-Solution Interface. Analytical Chemistry88, 9351-9354. [pdf-available] 

57. Amanda Quirk, Bipinlal Unni; Ian Burgess. Surface Enhanced Infrared Studies of 4-Methoxypyridine Adsorption on Gold Film Electrodes, 2016. Langmuir, 32, 2184-2191. [pdf-available]

56. Amanda Quirk, Michael Lardner; Zin Tun, Ian Burgess, 2016. Surface Enhanced Infrared Spectroscopy and Neutron Reflectivity Studies of Ubiquinone in Hybrid Bilayer Membranes under Potential Control. Langmuir, 32, 2225-2235. [pdf-available]

55. Burke C. Barlow, Grzegorz Szymanski, Jacek Lipkowski, Babak Shobeir, Bruce Love and Ian J. Burgess, 2016. Pulsed Potential Dissolution Reduces Anode Residue Formation During Nickel Electroplating. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 163, C164-C170. [pdf-available]

54. Bipinlal Unni, Sajna Simon, Ian J. Burgess, 2015. Electrochemical Investigations of 4-Methoxypyridine Adsorption on Au(111) Predict Its Suitability for Stabilizing Au Nanoparticles. Langmuir31, 9882–9888. [pdf-available]

53. Michael J. Lardner, Kaiyang Tu, Scott M. Rosendahl, Ferenc Borondics, Ian J. Burgess, 2015. Spatiotemporal Mapping of Diffusion Layers Using Synchrotron Infrared Radiation. Electrochimica Acta, 162, 72-78. [pdf-available]

52. M.G. Moula, G. Szymanski, B. Shoebir, H. Huang, I.J. Burgess, A. Chen, J. Lipkowski, 2015. Electrochemical Dissolution Behaviour and the Residue Formation Mechanism of Laboratory Made Carbonyl Nickel. Electrochimica Acta, 162, 108-118. [pdf-available]

51. I. Burgess, A. Quirk, 2014. Determining the Location of Ubiquinone in a Biomimetic Membrane using Neutron Reflectometry. CINS Annual Report 2014.

50. 
K.R. Chauhan, Ian J. Burgess, Gap Soo Chang , I. Mukhopadhyay, 2014. Preparation of CdTe thin film by electrodeposition in butyl methylimidazolium bath at 80oC, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 713, 70-76. [pdf-available]

49. Scott M. Rosendahl, Ferenc Borondics, Tim E. May and Ian J. Burgess, 2013. Step-Scan IR Spectroelectrochemistry with Ultramicroelectrodes: Nonsurface Enhanced Detection of Near Femtomole Quantities Using Synchrotron Radiation. Analytical Chemistry, 85, 8722-8727. [pdf-available]

48. J.P. Vivek, Abrar Monsur and Ian J. Burgess, 2013. Differential Capacity and Chronocoulometry Studies of a Quaternary Ammonium Surfactant Adsorbed on Au(111). Surface and Interface Analysis, 45, 1402-1409. [pdf-available]

47. J.P. Vivek and Ian J. Burgess, 2012. Crystallographic Dependence of 4 Dimethylaminopyridine Electrosorption on Gold. Electrochimica Acta88688-696. [pdf-available]

46. Brook R. Danger, Donna Fan, J.P. Vivek and Ian J. Burgess, 2012. Electrochemical Studies of Capping Agent Adsorption Provide Insight into the Formation of Anisotropic Gold Nanocrystals. ACS Nano611018-11026.[pdf-available]

45. Bidraha Bagh, Nora C. Breit, Klaus Harms, Gabriele Schatte, Ian J. Burgess, Holger Braunschweig, and Jens Müller, 2012. [1.1]Ferrocenophanes and Bis(ferrocenyl) Species with Aluminum and Gallium as Bridging Elements: Synthesis, Characterization, and Electrochemical Studies. Inorganic Chemistry51, 11155-11167.[pdf-available]

44. J.P. Vivek and Ian J. Burgess, 2012. Quaternary Ammonium Bromide Surfactant Adsorption on Low-Index Surfaces of Gold. Part 2. Au(100) and the Role of Crystallographic Dependent Adsorption in the Formation of Anisotropic Nanoparticles. Langmuir28, 5040-5047.[pdf-available]

43. J.P. Vivek and Ian J. Burgess, 2012. Quaternary Ammonium Bromide Surfactant Adsorption on Low-Index Surfaces of Gold. Part 1. Au(111). Langmuir, 28, 5031-5039[pdf-available] 

42. Wenbin Zhang and Ian J. Burgess, 2012. Associated Concerted Pathways and Kinetic Isotope Effects in Proton Coupled Electron Transfer. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry668, 66-72.[pdf-available]

41. Scott M. Rosendahl, Ferenc Borondics, Tim E. May, Tor M. Pedersen, and Ian J. Burgess, 2012. Time Resolved FTIR Microspectroscopy Studies of Electrochemical Reactios. CLS Research and Activity Report 2011.Pages 26-27. [pdf-available]

 

40. Scott M. Rosendahl, Ferenc Borondics, Tim E. May, Tor M. Pedersen, and Ian J. Burgess, 2011. Interface for Time-Resolved Electrochemical Infrared Microspectroscopy Using Synchrotron Infrared Radiation. Review of Scientific Instruments82, 083105 (5 pages). [pdf-available] 

39. Wenbin Zhang and Ian J. Burgess, 2011. Step-Wise Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer Extended to Aminobenzoquinone Modified Monolayers. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.13, 2151-2159.[pdf-available]

38. Scott M. Rosendahl and Ian J. Burgess, 2011. Charge Transfer and SEIRAS Studies of 1,4-Benzoquinone Functionalized Mixed Monothiol/Dithiol Self Assembled Monolayers. Electrochimica Acta56, 4361-4368.[pdf-available]

37. Scott M. Rosendahl, Ferenc Borondics, Tim E. May, Tor M. Pedersen, and Ian J. Burgess, 2011. Synchrotron Infrared Radiation for Electrochemical External Reflection Spectroscopy (SIR-EERS) : A Case Study Using Ferrocyanide. Analytical Chemistry83, 3632-3639. [pdf-available]

36. Ian J. Burgess, “Chapter 3 : Applications of Neutron Reflectivity in Bioelectrochemistry”, in Frontiers of Bioelectrochemistry of the series Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering, Vol 13, R. Alkire, D.M. Kolb and J. Lipkowski Editors, Wiley-VCH, Publisher, Weinheim. 2011.

 

35. Brook R. Danger, Krysta Bedient, Manisankar Maiti, Ian J. Burgess, and Ronald P. Steer. (2010) Photophysics of Self-Assembled Zinc Porphyrin-Bidentate Diamine Ligand Complexes. J. Phys. Chem. A. 114, 10960–10968. [pdf-available]

34. J.P. Vivek, Ian J. Burgess. (2010). Adsorption of a Quaternary Ammonium Surfactant on Au(100). Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. Special Issue in Honour of Jacek Lipkowski. 649, 16-22. [pdf-available]

33. Tyler R. Gore, Toby Bond, Wenbin Zhang, Robert W. J. Scott and Ian J. Burgess. (2010). Hysteresis in the Measurement of Double Layer Capacitance at the Gold - Ionic Liquid Interface. Electrochemistry Communications12, 1340-1343. [pdf-available]

32. Wenbin Zhang, Scott M. Rosendahl, Ian J. Burgess. (2010). Coupled Electron/Proton Transfer Studies of Benzoquinone Modified Monolayers. J. Phys. Chem. C.114, 2738–2745. [pdf-available]

31. M. Chen, Ian. J. Burgess, J. Lipkowski, (2009). Potential controlled surface aggregation of surfactants at electrode surfaces – a molecular view. Surface Science603, 1878-1891. [pdf-available]

30. Scott M. Rosendahl, Brook R. Danger, J.P. Vivek, Ian J. Burgess, (2009). Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy Studies of DMAP Adsorption on Gold Surfaces. Langmuir25, 2241-2247. [pdf-available]

29. Jörg A. Schachner, Clinton L. Lund, Ian J. Burgess, J. Wilson Quail, Gabriele Schatte, Jens Müller, (2008). The Dynamic Indium-Bridged [1.1]Ferrocenophane [(Me2Ntsi)In(C5H4)2Fe]2. Organometallics27, 4703-4710.[pdf-available]

28. Scott M. Rosendahl, Ian J. Burgess, (2008). Electrochemical and Infrared Spectroscopy Studies of 4-Mercaptobenzoic Acid SAMs on Gold Surfaces. Electrochimica Acta53, 6759-6767. [pdf-available]

27. C.L. Lund, J.A. Schachner, Ian J. Burgess, J.W. Quail, G. Schatte, J. Müller, (2008). Synthesis and Characterization of Aluminum- and Gallium-Bridged [1.1]Chromarenophanes and [1.1]Molybdarenophanes.Inorganic Chemistry47, 5992-6000. [pdf-available]

26. J.P. Vivek, Ian J. Burgess, (2008). Insight into Chloride Induced Aggregation of DMAP-Monolayer Protected Gold Nanoparticles Using the Thermodynamics of Ideally Polarized Electrodes. J. Phys. Chem. C.112, 2872-2880. [pdf-available]

25. Vincent Tabard-Cossa, Michel Godin, Ian J. Burgess, Tanya Monga, R. B. Lennox and Peter Grütter, (2007). Microcantilever-based Surface Stress Sensors: Effect of Morphology, Adhesion and Cleanliness of the Sensing Substrate. Analytical Chemistry79, 8136-8143. [pdf-available]

24. J. Kunze, I. Burgess, R. Nichols, C. Buess-Herman and J. Lipkowski, (2007). Electrochemical Evaluation of Citrate Adsorption on Au(111) and the Stability of Citrate-Reduced Gold Colloids. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. Special Issue in Honour of Prof. David Schiffrin. 599, 147-159. [pdf-available]

23. T. Laredo, J. Leitch, I. J. Burgess, J. Lipkowski, (2007). Measurement of the Charge Number Per Adsorbed Molecule and Packing Densities of Self-Assembled Long Chain Monolayers of Thiols. Langmuir23, 6205-6211. [pdf-available]

22. C. L. Brosseau, E. Sheepwash, I. J. Burgess, E. Cholewa, J. Lipkowski and S. G. Roscoe, (2007). Adsorption of N-Decyl-N,N,N-Trimethyl Ammonium Triflate (DeTATf), a Model Cationic Surfactant, on the Au(111) Electrode Surface. Langmuir23, 1784-1791. [pdf-available]

21. B. C. Barlow and I. J. Burgess, (2007). Electrochemical Evaluation of 4-Dimethylaminopyridine Adsorption on Polycrystalline Gold. Langmuir23, 1555-1563. [pdf-available]

 

20. H. S. Mandal, I. J. Burgess, H.-B. Kraatz, (2006). Investigations of Laser Induced Photocurrent Generation Experiments. Chemical Communications46, 4802-4804. [pdf-available]

19. I. Burgess, B. Seivewright and R.B. Lennox, (2006). On the Kinetics of the Electric Field Driven Protonation/Deprotonation of Self Assembled Monolayers of Acid Terminated Thiols. Langmuir22, 4420-4428. [pdf-available]

18. V. Tabard-Cossa, M. Godin, P. Grütter, I. Burgess and R.B. Lennox, (2005). Redox-Induced Surface Stress of Polypyrrole-Based Actuators. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 109, 17531-17537. [pdf-available]

17. I. Burgess, M. Li, S.L. Horswell, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, S. Satija and J. Majewski, (2005). Influence of the Electric Field on a Biomimetic Film Supported on a Gold Electrode. Colloids and Surfaces B.40, 117-122. [pdf-available]

16. I. Zawisza, X. Cai, V. Zamlynny, I. Burgess, J. Majewski, G. Szymanski and J. Lipkowski., (2004). New Methods to Study Thin Organic Films at Electrode Surfaces. Polish Journal of Chemistry78, 1165-1181.

15. E. Cholewa, I. Burgess, J. Kunze and J. Lipkowski, (2004). Adsorption of N-Dodecyl,-N,N-Dimethyl-3-Ammonio-1-Propanesulfonate (DDAPS), a Model Zwitterionic Surfactant on the Au(111) Electrode Surface.J. Solid State Electrochemistry, special issue in honour of Prof. Z. Galus, 8, 693-705. [pdf-available]

14. I. Zawisza, I. Burgess, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, J. Majewski, S. Satija, (2004). Electrochemical, neutron reflectivity and in situ PM-FT-IRRAS studies of a monolayer of n-octadecanol at a Au(111) electrode surface.Electrochimica Acta49, 3651-3664. [pdf-available]

13. I. Burgess, M. Li, S. Horswell, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, J. Majewski, S. Satija, (2004). Electric field-driven transformations of a supported model biological membrane-An electrochemical and neutron reflectivity study. Biophysical Journal86, 1763-1776. [pdf-available]

12. Nichols, I. Burgess, K.L. Young, V. Zamlynny, J. Lipkowski, (2004). A Quantitative Evaluation of the Adsorption of Citrate on Au(111) Using SNIFTIRS. J. Electroanal. Chem563, 33-40. [pdf-available]

11. I. Burgess, V. Zamlynny, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, R. Farragher, A. Schwann, S. Satija, J. Majewski, (2003). Neutron reflectivity studies of field driven transformations in a monolayer of 4-pentadecyl pyridine at Au electrode surfaces. J. Electroanal. Chem550, 187-199. [pdf-available]

10. J. Majewski, G.S. Smith, I. Burgess, V. Zamlynny, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, S. Satija, (2002). Neutron Reflectivity Studies of Electric Field Driven Structural Transformations of Surfactants. Applied Physics A.,74, 364-367. [pdf-available]

9. I. Burgess, V. Zamlynny, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, J. Majewski, G. Smith, S. Satija, R. Ivkov, (2002). Neutron reflectivity studies in surfactants at electrode surfaces. NIST Special Publication977 : 32-33

8. I. Burgess, V. Zamlynny, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, J. Majewski, G. Smith, S. Satija, R. Ivkov, (2001). Electrochemical and Neutron Reflectivity Characterisation of Dodecyl Sulfate Adsorption and Aggregation at the Gold-Water Interface. Langmuir17, 3355-3368. [pdf-available]

7. Zamlynny, V., I. Burgess, G. Szymanski, J. Lipkowski, J. Majewski, G. Smith, S. Satija, R. Ivkov, (2000). Electrochemical and Neutron Reflectivity Studies of Spontaneously Formed Bilayers of Amphiphilic Surfactants at the Gold-Solution Interface. Langmuir16, 9861-9870. [pdf-available]

6. D. Bizzotto, V. Zamlynny, I. Burgess, C. A. Jeffrey, H.‑Q. Li, J. Rubinstein, Z. Galus, A. Nelson, B. Pettinger, A.R. Merill and J. Lipkowski, "Amphiphilic and ionic surfactants at electrode surfaces", in "Interfacial Electrochemistry, theory, experiment and applications", A.Wieckowski editor, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1999.

5. J. Lipkowski, G. Szymanski, A. Chen, I. Burgess, D. Bizzotto, X. Cai, M. Hoon-Khoshla, C. Jeffrey,  "Spectroscopic and electrochemical studies of coordination of organic molecules to gold single crystal surfaces", in NATO ASI Series, Metal ligand interactions in chemistry, physics and biology, N.Russo and D.R.Salahub (eds), Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1999.

4. C. Senaratne, J. Zhang, J. Fox, I. Burgess, M.D. Baker, (1999). Electroanalytical Chemistry with Zeolites. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials33, 281-289. [pdf-available]

3. I. Burgess, C.A. Jeffrey, G. Szymanski, Z. Galus, and J. Lipkowski, (1999). Direct Vizualization of the Potential Controlled Transformation of Hemimicellar Aggregates of Dodecyl Sulfate into a Condensed Monolayer at the Au(111) Electrode Surface. Langmuir15, 2607-2616. [pdf-available]

2. T.M. Barclay, I.J. Burgess, A. W. Cordes, R.T. Oakley, R.W. Reed, (1998). Preparation and structural characterization of naphtho [2,1­d:6,5­d'] bis([1,2,3] dithiazole) NT and pi-stacked mixed valence salt [NT]3[BF4]2, Chemical Communications18, 1939-1940. [pdf-available]

1. M.D. Baker, M. McBrien, and I. Burgess, (1998). Diffusion of Silver Ions in Zeolite Y Preceded by a Coupled Chemical Reaction : Electrochemical Observation and Modeling. Journal of Physical Chemistry B102, 2905-2907. [pdf-available]