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Researcher: Reedy, BJ (Dr Brian Reedy)

Fields of Research

Instrumental methods (excl. immunological and bioassay methods)
Atmospheric composition, chemistry and processes
Bioinorganic chemistry
Sensor technology (incl. chemical aspects)
Bacteriology
Structure and dynamics of materials
Main group metal chemistry
Enzymes
Protein trafficking
Inorganic chemistry
Zoology
Medicinal and biomolecular chemistry
Resources engineering and extractive metallurgy
Comparative physiology

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the chemical sciences
Scientific instruments
Other mineral resources (excl. energy resources)
Environmentally sustainable mineral resource activities
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Other environmental management
Diagnosis of human diseases and conditions
Fisheries - wild caught

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A new model for tin oxide gas sensor response; Australian International Symposium on Analytical Science
A new model for tin oxide gas sensor response; 6'th Annual Conference
Cu(II) and Fe(III) analysis Using A Novel Field-Portable Sequential Flow Injection Potentiometric Detector; RACI 14th Australian Symposium on Analytical Chemistry
Field-portable flow injection potentiometric detection of multiple analytes in aqueous solution; 6'th Annual Conference
Isocyanides as ligand-directed indicators of Cu(I) coordination in copper proteins - probing the inequivalence of the Cu(I) centers in reduced dopamine-beta-monooxygenase; Journal of the American Chemical Society
Structural investigations on the coordination environment of the active-site copper centers of recombinant bifunctional peptidylglycine alpha-amidating enzyme; Biochemistry
Temperature modulation in semiconductor gas sensing

Research Projects

Sulfate isotopomer studies of the mechanism of oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds by inorganic and bacterial agents; Australian Research Council (ARC)

Research Candidate Supervision

Kinetic, spectroscopic and potentiometric studies of the redox reactions of the iron (III) and copper (II) thiosulfate complexes
Mechanisms of Tin Oxide Gas Sensor esponse