My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Photoelectrochemistry of nanostructured hybrid materials
heterogeneous charge transfer
light energy conversion
“A Microfluidic- Colorimetric Sensor for Continuous Monitoring of Reactive Environmental Chemicals”
Rui Wang, Amlendu Prabhakar, Rodrigo A. Iglesias, Xiaojun Xian, Xiaonan Shan, Francis Tsow, Erica S. Forzani, Nongjian Tao
Sensors Journal, IEEE, PP-99 (2011) 1-7. DOI: 10.1109/JSEN.2011.2174218
3. “Ultrasensitive detection of nitrogen oxides over a nanoporous membrane”
Prabhakar A, Iglesias RA, Wang R, Tsow F, Forzani ES, Tao N.
Anal Chem. 82 (2010) 9938-40.
4. “Novel Monitor Paradigm for Real-Time Exposure Assessment”
I. Negi, F. Tsow, K. Tanwar, L. Zhang, R. Iglesias, C. Chen, A. Rai, E. Forzani, N. Tao.
Environmental Health Perspectives. 16 June 2010. doi:10.1038/jes.2010.35.
5. “Imaging local electrochemical current”
X. Shan, U. Patel, S. Wang, R. Iglesias, N. Tao.
Science. 327 (2010) 1363-1366.
6. “A Hybrid Nanosensor for TNT Vapor Detection”
A. Aguilar, E. Forzani, M. Leright, F. Tsow, A. Cagan, R. Iglesias, L. Nagahara, I. Amlani, R. Tsui, N. Tao.
Nano Letters 10 (2010) 380-384.
7. “Hybrid Separation and Detection Device for Analysis of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylenes in Complex Samples”
R. Iglesias, F. Tsow, R. Wang, E. Forzani, N. Tao.
Analytical Chemistry 81 (2009) 8930–8935.
8. “A Hybrid Electrochemical-Colorimetric Sensing Platform for Detection of Explosives”
Erica S. Forzani, Donglai Lu, Matthew J. Leright, Alvaro Diaz Aguilar, Francis Tsow, Rodrigo A. Iglesias, Qian Zhang, Jin Lu, Jinghong Li, and Nongjian Tao.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2009, 131 (4), 1390–1391.
9. “Charge neutralization process of mobile species developed during potentiodynamic conditions. Part 2: Simulation and fit of probe beam deflection experiments”
F. Garay, R.A. Iglesias, C.A. Barbero.
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 624 (2008) 211-217.
10. “Thionine immobilized in crosslinked chitosan films”
Leandro Gerbino, Julieta Riva, Miriam Strumia, Rodrigo A. Iglesias, Ana M. Baruzzi
Sensors and Actuators B 131 (2008) 455-461.
11. “Spectroscopic characterization of thionine species in different media”
VE Nicotra, MF Mora, RA Iglesias, AM Baruzzi
Dyes and pigments 76 (2008) 315-318.
12. “Two-grain nanoindentation using the Quasicontinuum Method: 2D model approach”
R Iglesias, E Leiva
Acta Materialia 54 (2006) 2655-2664.
13. “Effect of ligand protonation on the facilitated ion transfer reactions across oil|water interfaces. III. Digital simulation and experimental approach”
JI García, RA Iglesias, SA Dassie
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 586 (2006) 225-236.
14. “Spectroelectrochemical analysis of the Thionine transfer coupled to a photoinduced chemical reaction across the water|1,2-dichloroethane interface”
R.A. Iglesias, M.F. Mora, A.M. Baruzzi
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 585 (2005) 113-119.
15. “Facilitated Ion Tranfer reactions across oil|water interfaces based on different competitive ligands”
J.I. García, R.A. Iglesias, S.A. Dassie
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 580 (2005) 255-264
16. “Optical and voltammetric detection of a coupled chemical reaction after the transfer through a liquid-liquid interface”
Rodrigo A. Iglesias, Sergio A. Dassie, Ana M. Baruzzi
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 556 (2003) 23-33.
17. “Competitive facilitated ion transfer reactions across oil|water interfaces”
R.A. Iglesias, S.A. Dassie
Journal of Electronalytical Chemistry 533 (2002) 1-17.
18. “Ion-Transfer Processes Across Liquid/Liquid Interfaces Promoted by Convective Flux”
N. Wilke, R.A. Iglesias, S.G. Chesniuk, S.A. Dassie and A.M. Baruzzi
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan. 75 (2002) 235-240.
19. “Adsorption Behavior of Charged Zinc-Porphyrins at the Water-1,2 Dichloroethane Interface Studied by Potential Modulated Fluorescence Spectroscopy”
H. Nagatani, R.A. Iglesias, D.J. Fermin, P.F. Brevet, H.H. Girault
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 104 (2000) 6869-6876.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
INFIQC. Physical Chemistry Department. National University of Córdoba
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