The application of molecular recognition is a central topic in our research. We have reported on several new host-guest chemistry systems and their practical application for chemical sensing. We have broad intersts in analytical chemistry, materials science, and polymer chemistry.

Recent Publications

10 Publications in the last 12 months!

Three Dimensionally Ordered Mesoporous (3DOm) Carbon Materialas Electrodes for Electrical Double-Layer Capacitors with Ionic Liquid Electrolytes, Anh Vu,  Xiaoyue Li, John Phillips, Aijie Han, William H. Smyrl, Philippe Bühlmann, Andreas Stein Chem. Mater., Accepted, September 2013

  • Reference Electrodes with Salt Bridges Contained in Nanoporous Glass: An Underappreciated Source of Error, Maral P.S. Mousavi and Philippe Bühlmann, Anal. Chem. 2013, 85 (19), pp 8895–8901
  • Solid Contact Ion-Selective Electrodes With a Well- Controlled Co(II)/Co(III) Redox Buffer Layer;Xu U. Zou , Jia H. Cheong , Brandon James Taitt , and Philippe Bühlmann, Anal. Chem., 2013, 85 (19), pp 9350–9355.
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Introdutory Tutorial on Ion-Selective Electrodes!

Philippe Buhlmann's and Li D. Chen's recent review and tutorial: Ion-Selective Electrodes With Ionophore-Doped Sensing Membranes covers topics essential for graduate students or others starting work in the field of ion selective electrodes. It also contains a review of recent work in this field.

A PDF can be downloaded here.

This review will be a chapter in the eight volume book series:

Supramolecular Chemistry: From Molecules to Nanomaterials