Dr. Kristin Cline
Professor, Analytical Chemistry
Science Hall 245B
Started at Wittenberg in 1993
- B.S./B.A. Texas Lutheran University (1988)
- Ph.D. The Ohio State University (1993)
Design and characterization of electrode surfaces and solid extraction phases for analytical applications.
Nonaqueous Synthesis and Reduction of Diazonium Ions (without Isolation) to Modify Glassy Carbon Electrodes Using Mild Electrografting Conditions, Kristin K. Cline, Lauren Baxter, Dawn Lockwood, Rachel Saylor, Alison Stalzer, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2009, 633, 283-290.
Grafted and Untreated Activated Carbon for Use as Solid Phase Extraction Media for Preconcentrating Copper and Lead Ions, Margaret Cole, Kristin K. Cline, Pittcon, Atlanta, GA, March 9, 2016.
Does Grinding Glassy Carbon Electrodes in Diazonium Salts Lead to Covalently Bonded Groups? Chelsea L. Horvath, Kristin K. Cline, Pittcon, Atlanta, GA, March 9, 2016.
Investigation of a One-Step Synthesis-Grafting Method to Modify Glassy Carbon Electrodes, Garrhett G. Via, Kristin K. Cline, Pittcon, New Orleans, LA, March 9, 2015.
One-Step Solvent-Free Synthesis and Grafting of Diazonium Ions onto Electrode Surfaces, Garrhett G. Via, Benjamin P. Hagen, Kristin K. Cline, Pittcon, Chicago, IL, March 3, 2014.
Using Clinical Chemistry Topics to Make Real Life Connections in the Quantitative Analysis Course, Kristin K. Cline, Midwestern Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, South Bend, IN, October 11, 2013.
Electrografting, Spontaneous Grafting and Solvent-Free Modification of Carbon Electrodes Using Aryldiazonium Tosylates, Jonathan Price, Thomas Mori, Kristin K. Cline, Pittcon, Philadelphia, PA, March 20, 2013.
- Chemistry 100
- Chemistry 121
- Chemistry 162
- Chemistry 281
- Chemistry 382
- Chemistry 300
- Chemistry 400