Professor of Chemistry
Science Hall 245B
Started at Wittenberg in 1993
- Ph.D. Chemistry The Ohio State University, 1993
- B.S. Mathematics Texas Lutheran University, 1988
- B.A. Secondary Education Texas Lutheran University, 1988
- Design and characterization of electrode surfaces and solid extraction phases for analytical applications.
- Detection and characterization of microplastics in environmental water samples.
- One-step Solvent-free Synthesis and Grafting of Diazonium Ions at Glassy Carbon Electrodes, Garrhett G. Via, Chelsea L. Shugart, Sophia L. Melnyk, Stephanie R. Hupman, Kristin K. Cline, Electroanalysis, 2018, 30, 2421-2426.
Investigating the Attachment of Nitroaniline to Grafted and Nongrafted Glassy Carbon Electrodes, Caroline E. Barth, Kristin K. Cline, Chicago, IL, March 4, 2020.
Preliminary Survey of Microplastics in Surface Water from Springfield, Ohio, Laura E. Stauffer, Kristin K. Cline, Chicago, IL, March 4, 2020.
A grading strategy to encourage better note-taking in the lab, Kristin K. Cline, Midwestern Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, November 7, 2019.
Investigation of Carbodiimide Coupling to Grafted Aryl Carboxylates on Glassy Carbon Electrodes, Caitlyn M. Hum, Justin C. Unternaher, Kristin K. Cline, Pittcon, Philadelphia, PA, March 20, 2019.
Teaching Analog-to-Digital Conversion with a Human Counting Circuit, Kristin K. Cline, Midwestern Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, Athens, OH, October 20, 2017.
Preconcentration of Lead and Copper Ions with Carboxylate-Modified Nonporous Graphitic Carbon, Riley Alexander, Braden Crouse, Kristin K. Cline, Pittcon, Chicago, IL, March 8, 2017.
- First Year Seminar
- Models of Chemical Systems I & II (General Chemistry, Chem 121&162)
- Analytical Chemistry (Chem 281)
- Advanced Instrumentation (Chem 382)
- Chemistry Junior & Senior Seminar (Chem 300 & 400)