Professor Pavel N. Nesterenko
Professor Pavel N. Nesterenko
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Adsorption and desorption of methylene blue on porous carbon monoliths and nanocrystalline cellulose
X He, KB Male, PN Nesterenko, D Brabazon, B Paull, JHT Luong
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (17), 8796-8804, 2013
2642013
Recent developments and emerging directions in ion chromatography
PR Haddad, PN Nesterenko, W Buchberger
Journal of Chromatography A 1184 (1-2), 456-473, 2008
2092008
Recent developments in 3D printable composite materials
U Kalsoom, PN Nesterenko, B Paull
RSC advances 6 (65), 60355-60371, 2016
1932016
Chemistry of grafted surface compounds
GV Lisichkin, AY Fadeev, AA Serdan, PN Nesterenko, PG Mingalev, ...
Moscow, Russia: FIZMATLIT, 2003
1462003
High-performance chelation ion chromatography: A new dimension in the separation and determination of trace metals
P Jones, PN Nesterenko
Journal of Chromatography A 789 (1-2), 413-435, 1997
1451997
Ion chromatographic determination of hydrolysis products of hexafluorophosphate salts in aqueous solution
L Terborg, S Nowak, S Passerini, M Winter, U Karst, PR Haddad, ...
Analytica chimica acta 714, 121-126, 2012
1242012
Investigation of the properties of hypercrosslinked polystyrene as a stationary phase for high-performance liquid chromatography
NA Penner, PN Nesterenko, MM Ilyin, MP Tsyurupa, VA Davankov
Chromatographia 50 (9), 611-620, 1999
1221999
On-line preconcentration of pharmaceutical residues from large volume water samples using short reversed-phase monolithic cartridges coupled to LC-UV-ESI-MS
J Bones, K Thomas, PN Nesterenko, B Paull
Talanta 70 (5), 1117-1128, 2006
1142006
Zwitterionic ion-exchangers in liquid chromatography
PN Nesterenko, PR Haddad
Analytical sciences 16 (6), 565-574, 2000
1052000
New possibilities in ion chromatography using porous monolithic stationary-phase media
B Paull, PN Nesterenko
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 24 (4), 295-303, 2005
1022005
Separation of uranium (VI) and lanthanides by capillary electrophoresis using on-capillary complexation with arsenazo III
M Macka, P Nesterenko, P Andersson, PR Haddad
Journal of Chromatography A 803 (1-2), 279-290, 1998
1021998
A 3D printable diamond polymer composite: a novel material for fabrication of low cost thermally conducting devices
U Kalsoom, A Peristyy, PN Nesterenko, B Paull
RSC advances 6 (44), 38140-38147, 2016
932016
Isocratic separation of lanthanides and yttrium by high-performance chelation ion chromatography on iminodiacetic acid bonded to silica
PN Nesterenko, P Jones
Journal of Chromatography A 804 (1-2), 223-231, 1998
881998
Simultaneous determination of dihydroxybenzenes, aminophenols and phenylenediamines in hair dyes by high-performance liquid chromatography on hypercross-linked polystyrene
NA Penner, PN Nesterenko
Analyst 125 (7), 1249-1254, 2000
872000
3D printed metal columns for capillary liquid chromatography
S Sandron, B Heery, V Gupta, DA Collins, EP Nesterenko, PN Nesterenko, ...
Analyst 139 (24), 6343-6347, 2014
852014
Zwitterionic ion-exchangers in ion chromatography: A review of recent developments
EP Nesterenko, PN Nesterenko, B Paull
Analytica chimica acta 652 (1-2), 3-21, 2009
832009
New chiral stationary phase with macrocyclic glycopeptide antibiotic eremomycin chemically bonded to silica
SM Staroverov, MA Kuznetsov, PN Nesterenko, GG Vasiarov, ...
Journal of Chromatography A 1108 (2), 263-267, 2006
812006
Sorption of noble-metal ions on silica with chemically bonded nitrogen-containing ligands
TI Tikhomirova, VI Fadeeva, GV Kudryavtsev, PN Nesterenko, VM Ivanov, ...
Talanta 38 (3), 267-274, 1991
811991
Fast ion chromatography of inorganic anions and cations on a lysine bonded porous silica monolith
E Sugrue, PN Nesterenko, B Paull
Journal of Chromatography A 1075 (1-2), 167-175, 2005
762005
Current and future impact of 3D printing on the separation sciences
U Kalsoom, PN Nesterenko, B Paull
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 105, 492-502, 2018
742018
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