Presentation List for Paul A. Flowers

(presenting author underlined, undergraduate students marked with asterisk*)

 

 

 

1.         Submicroliter Electrochemistry and Spectroelectrochemistry using Standard Electrodes and a Polymer Electrolyte Salt Bridge” Paul A. Flowers and David A. Blake; 2012 Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society; 14 November 2012; Raleigh NC.

2.         “New Tools for Microscale Chemical Analysis”, David A. Blake* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Sixth Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium, UNCP, 20 April 2012.

3.         “Ionic Liquids for Carbon Dioxide Recycling:  Life Support Applications for Deep Space Exploration”, Michelle Kerestes*  and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Sixth Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium, UNCP, 20 April 2012.

 

1.         “Toward the Development of a Microscale Apparatus for Infrared Spectroelectrochemistry”, Joshua Ellerbe* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Fifth Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 13 April 2011.

2.         “Ionic Liquid Media for the Electrolysis of Carbon Dioxide:  Converting Metabolic Waste to Rocket Fuel”, Cilia Iluku* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Fifth Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 13 April 2011.

3.         "Development of a Spectroelectrochemical Assay for Serum Bilirubin", Megan Alexander* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at both the 5th Annual State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research Symposium; University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 21 November 2009 (poster) and at the Fourth Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 7 April 2010 (won the award for best oral presentation).

4.         Microspectrophotometry Laboratory Projects for Undergraduate Instrumental Analysis”, Paul A. Flowers, Fall 2009 Meeting of the NC Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 24 October 2009.

5.         “Fabrication and Characterization of an Electrochemical Cell for Microscopic Samples”, Paul A. Flowers and Jordan Strickland*, presented at the Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity (PURC) Symposium, 6 April 2009, UNCP.

6.         “Absorbance Measurements Using a Microspectrophotometer”, Paul A. Flowers and Cilia Iluku*, presented at the Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity (PURC) Symposium, 6 April 2009, UNCP.

7.         “Toward Development of a Sensitive Gas Chromatographic Method for Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide”, Joshua D. Locklear* and Paul A. Flowers.  Presented at both an on-campus end-of-summer undergraduate research symposium (August 2007) and at the 2008 PittCon Conference and Exposition (March 2008, New Orleans, LA).

8.         “Toward Development of Ambient Pressure Sampling Mass Spectrometry for Determination of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide”, Emily K. Howden* and Paul A. Flowers.  Presented at both an on-campus end-of-summer undergraduate research symposium (August 2007) and at the 2008 PittCon Conference and Exposition (March 2008, New Orleans, LA).

9.         “Toward Development of a Voltammetric Sensor for Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide”, Shane Gutierrez* and Paul A. Flowers.  Presented at both an on-campus end-of-summer undergraduate research symposium (August 2007) and at the 2008 PittCon Conference and Exposition (March 2008, New Orleans, LA).

10.      “Construction and Initial Characterization of a Microspectrophotometer for Biomedical Applications”, Paul A. Flowers and Josie Torrence*, presented at the Second Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity (PURC) Forum, April 2008, UNCP.

11.      “Mass Spectrometry for the Determination of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide”, Sarah S. Subaran* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Second Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity (PURC) Forum, April 2008, UNCP.

12.      "Development of a Sensitive Gas Chromatographic Method for Determination of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide", Jamie N. Hardee* and Paul A. Flowers, First Annual Undergraduate Research & Creativity Forum, UNC Pembroke (16 April 2007).

 

13.       "Fiber Optic Spectroelectrochemical Sensing for in-situ Determination of Metal Ions", Kristen A. Arnett* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the First Annual Pembroke Undergraduate Research & Creativity Forum, UNC Pembroke (16 April 2007)  and the 2007 Posters on the Hill (CUR), Washington, DC, April 25, 2007.

14.      "Construction and Characterization of a Fiber Optic Spectroelectrochemical Fluorescence Sensor for In-Situ Metal Ion Determinations", Kristen A. Arnett* and Paul A. Flowers, Twentieth Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, University of North Carolina at Asheville, April 6-8, 2006.

15.      "Development of a Fiber Optic Spectroelectrochemical Absorbance Sensor for In-Situ Metal Ion Determinations", Marquita N. Lilly* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the 1st Annual State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research Symposium; North Carolina State University, 12 November 2005, and the Twentieth Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, University of North Carolina at Asheville, April 6-8, 2006.

16.      “Construction and Characterization of a Fiber Optic Spectroelectrochemical Fluorescence Sensor for In-situ Metal Ion Determinations”, Kristen Arnett*  and Paul A. Flowers; presented at the 20th Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, University of North Carolina at Asheville, April 6 – 8, 2006, and the 58th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Augusta, GA, November 1-4, 2006.

17.      “Research on Chemical and Radiation Sensors: An REU Site Program at UNC Pembroke”; Paul A. Flowers; 229th ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 13-17, 2005.

18.      "Hollow Fiber Membrane Extraction of Aqueous Caffeine"; April Garner* and Paul A. Flowers; abstract no. 842, 56th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society; Research Triangle Park, NC; November 10-13, 2004.

19.      "Design and Performance of a Fiber Optic Spectroelectrochemical Fluorescence Sensor for in Situ Metal Ion Determinations"; James F. Evans III* and Paul A. Flowers; abstract no. 841, 56th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society; Research Triangle Park, NC; November 10-13, 2004.

20.      "Sorption Studies of Metal Ions on Flat Sheet Membranes"; Brian Bachner*, Matthan Easterlin*, Siva Mandjiny and Paul A. Flowers; abstract no. 849, 56th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society; Research Triangle Park, NC; November 10-13, 2004.

21.      "Feasibility of Carbon Dioxide Absorption by Modified Nafion"; Megan Grimsley* and Paul A. Flowers; abstract no. 815, 56th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society; Research Triangle Park, NC; November 10-13, 2004.

22.      “Toward Development of a Fiber Optic Spectroelectrochemical Sensor for In-Situ Metal Ion Determinations”, P. Flowers, B. Pier*, O. Tarkington, L. Stanley, 55th Annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Atlanta, GA, November 16-19, 2003.

23.      “Permeation Membrane Sampling of Aqueous Copper (II) Using a Commercial Nafion Gas Dryer”, Kimberly Bullock* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Annual Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Conference, UNC Pembroke, April 4, 2003, and the 54th Annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Charleston, SC, November 13-16, 2002.

24.      “Design and Performance of a Fiber Optic Spectroelectrochemical Sensor for On-Site Measurements in Natural Waters”, Olga Tarkington* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Annual Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Conference, UNC Pembroke, April 4, 2003, and the 54th Annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Charleston, SC, November 13-16, 2002.

25.       “Development of a Spectroelectrochemical Assay for Bilirubin in Human Serum”, Leanne Stanley* and Paul A. Flowers, Annual Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Conference, UNC Pembroke, April 4, 2003.

26.       “Permeation Membrane Sampling of Aqueous Copper (II) Using a Commercial Nafion Gas Dryer”, Kimberly Bullock* and Paul A. Flowers, presented at the Annual Research in the Capital Forum, Legislative Building, Raleigh, NC, April 22, 2003, and the Conference of the NC Consortium for Undergraduate Research, November 8, 2002, NCCU, Durham, NC.

27.      Molten Ammonium Salt Hydrates as Carbon Dioxide Absorbents for Environmental Control and Life Support Systems”, Tammy Schwab* and Paul A. Flowers, Conference of the NC Consortium for Undergraduate Research, November 8, 2002, NCCU, Durham, NC

28.      “Electrochemical Behavior of Nafion and Ion Exchanged Derivatives”; Flowers, Paul A.; May, Shanna M.*,  222nd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 26-30, 2001.

29.      “Easily Constructed Spectroelectrochemical Cell for Batch and Flow Injection Analyses”, D. Owens* and P. Flowers, 2000 Meeting of the North Carolina Consortium for Undergraduate Research, Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, NC

30.      “Molten Alkylammonium Salt Hydrates as Media for the Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide”, R. Thornhill* and P. Flowers, 2000 Meeting the North Carolina Section of the American Chemical Society, April 1, 2000, Durham, NC.

31.      “Construction and Characterization of a Long Optical Path Thin Layer Spectroelectrochemical Flow Cell”, M. Maynor* and P. Flowers, 2000 Meeting the North Carolina Section of the American Chemical Society, April 1, 2000, Durham, NC

32.      “Molten Alkylammonium Salt Hydrates as Media for the Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide”, R. Thornhill* and P. Flowers, NC LSAMP meeting, April 14, 2000, Winston-Salem State University, NC

33.      “Easily Constructed Long Optical Path Thin Layer Spectroelectrochemical Flow Cell”, M. Maynor* and P. Flowers, 1999 Meeting in Miniature in conjunction with the Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Knoxville, TN, October 17-20, 1999.

34.      “Undergraduate Research in Chemistry at UNC Pembroke"; Paul A. Flowers, Fall National Meeting of the American Chemical Society; August 23‑27, 1998; Boston, MA.

35.      “Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Studies of Carbon Dioxide in Molten Alkylammonium Salts”, H. Mark Brown* and Paul A. Flowers, Fall National Meeting of the American Chemical Society; August 23-27, 1998; Boston, MA.

36.      “Lab Intensive Format for Instrumental Analysis” ; Paul A. Flowers, NSF-UTK Symposium on Research/Teaching Synergy, July 17-19, 1997, Knoxville, TN.

37.      “The Pedagogical Value of Undergraduate Research”, Paul A. Flowers, UNCP Faculty Forum, October 1997.

38.      “Construction and Characterization of a Miniature Spectroelectrochemical Cell” Chad Brenneman* and Paul A. Flowers, National Conference on Undergraduate Research, UNC-Asheville, April 1996.

39.      “Construction and Characterization of an Attenuated Total Reflectance Infrared Spectroelectrochemical Cell” Brandon Davis* and Paul A. Flowers, National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Asheville, NC, April 1996.

40.      "A Diverse Sampling of FTIR Experiments for Analytical Chemistry", Paul A. Flowers, Fall National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, August 1995.

41.      "Analytical Spectroelectrochemistry of Selected Analytes",Sherry-Ann Callender* and Paul A. Flowers, National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Union College, Schenectady, NY, April 1995.

42.      "Step-Scan FTIR Spectroscopy for Dynamic Spectroelectrochemistry", Paul A. Flowers, University of Tennessee's Summer Science Program visitor's day, Knoxville, TN, June 25, 1993.

43.      "Spectroelectrochemistry for Clinical Analysis", Paul A. Flowers, North Carolina Section of the American Chemical Society Spring meeting, Raleigh, April 1993.

44.      Spectroelectrochemical Studies of Uric Acid”, Hildelisa Woods* and Paul A. Flowers, Second Annual North Carolina Conference on Undergraduate Research, Durham, NC, November 1992.

45.      “Differential Thermal Analyzer for Cryoscopic Studies”, Edwin F. Jackson* and Paul A. Flowers, North Carolina Consortium for Undergraduate Research Fall Conference, Durham, November 1992.

46.      Cryoscopic Studies of Molten Alkylammonium Bromides”, B. Gilley Boaz* and Paul A. Flowers, North Carolina Consortium for Undergraduate Research Fall Conference, Durham, November 1992.

47.      "Infrared Spectroscopic Studies in Molten Quaternary Ammonium Bromides", B. Gilley Boaz*, Edwin F. Jackson* and Paul A. Flowers, First Annual North Carolina Conference on Undergraduate Research, Durham, NC, October 1991.

48.      "Ionically Modified Electrodes for Voltammetry in Resistive Media", D. E. Niehaus, R. M. Wightman, P. A. Flowers; Pittsburgh Conference, March 1991, Chicago, IL

49.      “Cold Fusion Update”, Paul A. Flowers, UNCP Faculty Forum, March 1991.

50.      "Cylindrical Thin-Layer Cell for Spectroelectrochemistry", Paul A. Flowers, 104th NC Sectional Amercian Chemical Society Meeting, Duke University, Durham, NC, April 7, 1990.

51.      "Use of Several Spectroelectrochemical Techniques for the Characterization of Electrochemical Intermediates in Molten Salt Solutions", E. M. Hondrogiannis, G. Mamantov, P. A. Flowers, D. S. Trimble, J. E. Coffield, A. G. Edwards; 42nd SE/46 SW Combined Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, December 5-7, 1990, New Orleans, LA.

52.      "Electrical Conductance Measurements of CaCl2-Based Molten Salt Systems", T. P. Blanchard, P. A. Flowers, G. Mamantov; 42nd SE/46th SW Combined Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, December 5-7, 1990, New Orleans, LA.

53.      “Investigation of Some Aspects of Chemistry in Alkali Chloroaluminate Melts”, G. Mamantov, L.J. Tortorelli, P.A. Flowers, B.L. Harward, D.S. Trimble, E.M. Hondrogiannis, J.E. Coffield, A.G. Edwards, L.N. Klatt, 7th International Symposium on Molten Salts (Electrochemical Society), 1990, Montreal, Quebec (Canada).

54.      “Infrared Spectroscopic Determination of Oxide in Molten Chloroaluminate Salts”, presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Molten Salt Chemistry, Camerino, Italy (August, 1986), and the Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Louisville, KY (October 1986).