Associate Professor, Analytical Chemistry
B.S., Moorhead St. Univ. – 1989
Ph.D., IA St. Univ. – 1994
Dr. Dobberpuhl is interested in the voltammetric characterization and electrochemical detection of aliphatic compounds that have industrial, biological, or pharmacological significance. He utilizes the following techniques: liquid chromatographic separation and pulsed electrochemical detection of analytes in biological matrices, stripping voltammetry of organic compounds, and dual electrodes with liquid chromatography
Selected Publications are:
- Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Johnson, D.C. "Pulsed Electrochemical Detection at Alkanolamines Separated by Multimodal High-Performance Liquid
Chromatography," J. Chromatogr. A 1995, 694, 91-398.
- Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Johnson, D.C. "Pulsed Electrochemical Detection at the Ring of a Ring-Disk Electrode Applied to a Study of Amine Adsorption at Gold Electrodes," Anal. Chem. 1995, 67, 1254-1258.
- Jackson, W.A.; LaCourse, W.R.; Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Johnson, D.C. "Pulsed Amperometric Detection of Carbohydrates, Amines, and Sulfur Species in Ion Chromatography--The Current State of Research," Electroanalysis 1991, 3, 607.
- Johnson, D.C.; Dobberpuhl, D.A.; Roberts, R.; Vandeberg, P. "Voltammetric Response of Ethanolamine at Gold Electrodes in Alkaline Media," J.Chromatogr. 1993, 640, 79.