Charles N. Reilley

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
analytical chemistry
"Charles Norwood Reilley"

(1925 - 1981)

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Hanafey MK, Scott RL, Ridgway TH, et al. (1978) Analysis of electrochemical mechanisms by finite difference simulation and simplex fitting of double potential step current, charge, and absorbance responses Analytical Chemistry. 50: 116-137
Brandt ES, Untereker DF, Reilley CN, et al. (1978) A comparison of carbon contaminant buildup on conductors and insulators in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena. 14: 113-120
Surprenant HL, Ridgway TH, Reilley CN. (1977) Convolution and deconvolution in the synthesis and analysis of staircase voltammograms Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 75: 125-134
Van Duyne RP, Ridgway TH, Reilley CN. (1976) The spectroelectrochemical response for first-order E.C. processes with electrode product and reactant adsorption following double potential step excitation Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 69: 165-180
Ridgway TH, Van Duyne RP, Reilley CN. (1976) A theoretical investigation of double potential step techniques as applied to the first order, one-half regeneration mechanism at planar electrodes: Chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry and chronoabsorptometry Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 67: 1-10
Stephen Woodward W, Ridgway TH, Reilley CN. (1974) An instrumentation-orientated micro-computer: An extremely inexpensive data acquisition computer optimised for the automated laboratory The Analyst. 99: 838-852
Wightman RM, Scott RL, Reilley CN, et al. (1974) Computer controlled rapid scanning stop flow spectrometer Analytical Chemistry. 46: 1492-1499
Woodward WS, Ridgway TH, Reilley CN. (1974) Device for the automatic compensation of current transducer and integrator errors for chronocoulometry and related techniques Analytical Chemistry. 46: 1151-1154
Woodward WS, Ridgway TH, Reilley CN. (1973) Instrumental activation analysis using high-resolution .gamma.-spectrometry and automated data analysis Analytical Chemistry. 45: 288-292
Van Duyne RP, Ridgway TH, Reilley CN. (1972) Double potential step chronocoulometry. Part II. Measurement of the chemical reaction rate in an EC mechanism when both electrode reactant and product are adsorbed Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 34: 283-295
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