Dr Clovia Holdsworth
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Chapters In A Book (1 outputs)
Chapter in A1 Book (B1) (1 outputs)
|2011||Booker Katherine Marie, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, Bowyer Michael Christian, McCluskey Adam, 'Ionic liquids as porogens in the synthesis of molecularly imprinted polymers', Applications of Ionic Liquids in Science and Technology, Intech, Croatia, 197-212 (2011) [B1]|
Journal Articles (20 outputs)
Refereed Article in a Scholarly Journal (C1) (20 outputs)
|2012||Beh Eric John, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, 'A visual evaluation of a classification method for investigating the physicochemical properties of Portuguese wine', Current Analytical Chemistry, 8 205-217 (2012) [C1]|
|2012||Diah Anang W M, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, Holdsworth John Lionel, Belcher Warwick John, Quirino Joselito P, 'Capillary electrophoresis with photodiode array detection of processable poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)/polystyrene sulfonate aqueous dispersions', Journal of Chromatography A, 1267 246-251 (2012) [C1]|
|2012||Kennedy Eric Miles, Kundu Sazal Kumar, Mackie John Charles, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, Molloy Thomas Scott, Gaikwad Vaibhav Vijay, Dlugogorski Bogdan Zygmunt, 'Conversion of fluorine-containing ozone-depleting and greenhouse gases to valuable polymers in a nonthermal plasma', Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 51 11279-11283 (2012) [C1]|
|2012||Turner Nicholas William, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, McCluskey Adam, Bowyer Michael Christian, 'N-2-propenyl-(5-dimethylamino)-1-naphthalene sulfonamide, a novel fluorescent monomer for the molecularly imprinted polymer-based detection of 2,4-dinitrotoluene in the gas phase', Australian Journal of Chemistry, 65 1405-1412 (2012) [C1]|
|2010||Pepels Mark P F, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, Pascual Sagrarion, Monteiro Michael J, 'RAFT-mediated emulsion polymerization of styrene with low reactive xanthate agents: Microemulsion-like behavior', Macromolecules, 43 7565-7576 (2010) [C1]|
|2010||Turner Nicholas William, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, Donne Scott Wilfred, McCluskey Adam, Bowyer Michael Christian, 'Microwave induced MIP synthesis: comparative analysis of thermal and microwave induced polymerisation of caffeine imprinted polymers', New Journal of Chemistry, 34 686-692 (2010) [C1]|
|2009||Turner Nicholas William, Holmes Natalie Patricia, Brisbane Carrie Emma, McGeachie Andrew B, Bowyer Michael Christian, McCluskey Adam, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, 'Effect of template on the formation of phase-inversed molecularly imprinted polymer thin films: An assessment', Soft Matter, 5 3663-3671 (2009) [C1]|
|2009||Zayas Hazit Alabata, Bowyer Michael Christian, Gordon Christopher Peter, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, McCluskey Adam, 'Synthesis of biaryl-styrene monomers by microwave-assisted Suzuki coupling', Tetrahedron Letters, 50 5894-5895 (2009) [C1]|
|2007||Booker Katherine Marie, Bowyer Michael Christian, Lennard C J, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, McCluskey Adam, 'Molecularly imprinted polymers and room temperature ionic liquids: Impact of template on polymer morphology', Australian Journal of Chemistry, 60 51-56 (2007) [C1]|
|2007||McCluskey Adam, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, Bowyer Michael Christian, 'Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs): sensing, an explosive new opportunity?', Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 5 3233-3244 (2007) [C1]|
|2006||Booker Katherine Marie, Bowyer Michael Christian, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, McCluskey Adam, 'Efficient preparation and improved sensitivity of molecularly imprinted polymers using room temperature ionic liquids', Chemical Communications 1730-1732 (2006) [C1]
This is the first report on the use of ionic liquids as solvents in molecular imprinting which improved the overall performance of the molecular imprinted polymers. This research gained considerable attention in two international conferences - the 2nd Australasian Ionic Liquid Symposium, May 11-12,2006, Melbourne and MIP 2006, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Sept. 2006. This paper has been published in a high impact journal (IF = 5.14, 2007) and has been cited first by a paper that appeared in a very prominent journal, Advanced Materials (IF=9.107,2005).
|2006||Schwarz Lachlan John, Bowyer Michael Christian, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, McCluskey Adam, 'Synthesis and evaluation of a molecularly imprinted polymer selective to 2,4,6-trichloroanisole', Australian Journal of Chemistry, 59 129-134 (2006) [C1]|
|2005||Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, Bowyer Michael Christian, Lennard C, McCluskey Adam, 'Formulation of cocaine-imprinted polymers utilizing molecular modelling and NMR analysis', Australian Journal of Chemistry, 58 315-320 (2005) [C1]
The first paper published by our group applying molecular imprinting technology to illicit drugs and has resulted in an ARC Linkage grant (Development of In-field Detection Devices for Illicit Drugs) with the AFP Forensic services. This paper has been listed in June 2006 as #17 in the 'most read and downloaded papers list of Aus J Chem in 2006. I contributed about 90% to this output having done all the experimental work and written the manuscript.
|2004||Schwarz Lachlan John, Holdsworth Clovia Isabel, McCluskey Adam, Bowyer Michael Christian, 'Synthesis and Evaluation of a Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Selective to 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol', Australian Journal of Chemistry, 57 759-764 (2004) [C1]
This paper was the output from the first industry-funded (Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation) molecular imprinting project,subsequently,the group has received funding from 2 ARC-Linkage grants, with the Australian Federal Police Forensic Services (development of in-field detection kit for illicit drugs) and BSES Limited (formerly Bureau of Sugar Experiment Stations). This is also the first molecular imprinting research output in Australia. I was a co-supervisor of the student who was responsible for the experimental work leading to its production.
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