Selected Presentations and Publications:

Riehl, J, et al., “Characterization of a SWCNT/W-MWCNT/W Microelectrode for Electrochemical Applications,” Electrochemical Society, Fall 2007 Meeting

Jones, Craig, et al., “Use of High-Purity Metal Catalyst Free Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes to Avoid Potential Experimental Misinterpretations,”
Langmuir, Vol. 23, Issue 18, August 2007

Blubaugh, E, et al., “Non-Enzymatic Based Detection of Degradation Products From Chemical Warfare Agents via Electrochemical Chemiluminescence
at an Aligned Carbon Nanotube Array,” Electrochemical Society Conference, Spring 2007 Meeting

Riehl, B, et al., “Characterization of a SWCNT/W-MWCNT/W Microelectrode for Li Ion Battery and Fuel Cell Applications,” Electrochemical Society
Conference, Spring 2007 Meeting

Boeckl, J, et al., “Catalyst-free growth of carbon nanotubes on nonplanar polycrystalline silicon carbide substrates for electrochemical and
photochemical applications,” IEEE, Spring 2007 Meeting

Riehl, B., et al., “A Novel New Carbon Nano Material Based Electrode for the Generation and Storage of Electrochemical Energy,” SAMPE International
Symposium, Spring 2008

Riehl, B, et al., “Solid Carbon NanoRods – A Novel Electrode Material,” Electrochemical Society Conference, Spring 2008

Highton, L, et al., “Metallic Free Carbon Nanotube Cluster Modified Screen Printed Electrodes for the Sensing of Nicotine in Artificial Saliva,”
Electroanalysis, Volume 21, Issue 21, pp 2387-2389, November 2009

Riehl, B, et al., “Raman Characterization of High Edge Plane Carbon Nanotubes,” Electrochemical Society Conference, Spring 2010

Riehl, B, et al., “Electrochemical Characterization of a Robustly Attached, Non Aligned Carbon Nanotube Array,” Electrochemical Society, Fall 2010
Meeting

Hallam, P, et al., “Solid carbon nanorod whiskers: application to the electrochemical sensing of biologically relevant molecules,” RSC Adv., 1, pp93-99,
May 2011

Yue, W., et al., “Anodic Stripping Voltammetry of Heavy Metals on a Metal Catalyst Free Carbon Nanotube Electrode,” Electroanalysis, Volume 24, Issue
5, pp 1039-1046, May 2012

Yue, W, et al., “Manganese Detection with a Metal Catalyst Free Carbon Nanotube Electrode: Anodic vs Cathodic Stripping Voltammetry,”
Electroanalysis, Volume 24, Issue 10, pp 1909-1914, October 2012

Wang, T, et. al., “Electrochemical Studies of Catalyst Free Carbon Nanotube Electrodes,” Electroanalysis, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp 983-990, April 2013

Wang, T, et al., “Simplified Nitrate-Reductase Based Nitrate Detection by a Hybrid Thin-Layer Controlled Potential Coulometry/Spectroscopy Technique,”
Analytical Chemistry, Volume 85, Issue20, pp 9486-9492, September 2013

Yue, W, et al., “The Application of Nafion Metal Catalyst Free Carbon Nanotube Modified Gold Electrode: Voltammetric Zinc Detection in Serum,”
Electroanalysis, Volume 25, Issue10, pp 2259-2267, October 2013.

Riehl, B, et. al., Electrode and sensor having carbon nanostructures, US20110102002 A1

Riehl, B, et al., “Carbon Nanostructured Yarn Based Electrode,” Electrochemical Society Conference, Fall 2013 Meeting

Riehl, B, et al., Method for production of carbon nanostructures, US 8252264 B2, 28 Aug 2012

Wang, T, et al., “Carbon Nanotube-Loaded Nafion Film Electrochemical Sensor for Metal Ions: Europium,” Analytical Chemistry, Volume 86, Issue9, pp
4354-4361, April 2014

Riehl, B, et al., Process for the Production of Nanostructured Carbon Materials, US20140030184 A1
About SCNTE LLC

Bill L Riehl, PhD PE founded SCNTE LLC in 2008 with the goal of engineering and manufacturing the next generation, ultra high performance nanocarbon
specifically for energy storage (batteries and electrochemical double layer capacitors) and transmission (nanocarbon based yarns and textiles).

SCNTE LLC is committed to the development and production of cutting edge carbon nanomaterials specifically for advanced multifunctional applications,
battery/fuel cell/sensor electrodes, and electronic applications.

At SCNTE we believe the future of materials science and engineering is with advances in carbon nanotechnology.
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bulk, chirality, batteries, sensors, capacitors, carbon
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electrochemical, sensor, catalyst, cvd
Sustainable Carbon NanoTechnology and Engineering LLC
Engineered NanoCarbon Materials for Power Storage and Transmission                       
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