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Giselle Sandi

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionRush University, Rush Medical College
DepartmentMicrobial Pathogens and Immunity
AddressChicago IL 60719
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    2019Award for Education, The Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference
    2016Manager of the Quarter , Rush University Medical Center
    2013Women @ Energy , United States Department of Energy, Office of Economic Impact and Diversity
    2013Highest Contributor to Science, Technology, and Diversity , Office of the Major, San Jose, Costa Rica
    2013Recognizing the Work of Others , Today's Honoree
    2011Pinnacle of Education Award , UChicago Argonne LLC Board of Governors
    2004Luminary Honoree Award for Excellence in Science, Engineering, and Leadership, The Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference
    2004Professional of the Week for Excellence in Science and Engineering, The Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference
    1992Electrochemical Society Award, Electrochemical Society

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    In 1994, Giselle Sandi received her PhD in electrochemistry and joined Argonne National Laboratory as a postdoctoral fellow. For over 19 years, she led fundamental research at Argonne in the areas of energy storage, materials for hydrogen storage, electrocatalytic membranes, nuclear forensics, sensor development and nanoscale engineering. She was also an adjunct professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology, where she mentored several graduate students, many of whom are now faculty members at national and international institutions. She also founded a postdoctoral program (350 post-docs from 15 different areas of research), a program that, under her direction, was ranked number five in the country by The Scientist magazine and expanded to include the mentoring of junior faculty. The UChicago Argonne LLC Board of Governors honored Sandi with the Pinnacle of Education Award for her contributions and leadership in establishing Argonne’s postdoctoral program.

    She is the recipient of the 2004 Luminary Award for Excellence in Science, Engineering, and Leadership, granted by the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference (HENAAC), as well as several awards from the Chicago Chapter of the Electrochemical Society. She was appointed as the Women in Science and Engineering Program Initiator of Argonne in 2012. Through this program, she provided support for the success of women in science and pushed for gender equity for women scientists. She was also a founding member and past president of and advisor to Argonne’s Hispanic Latino Club, which was developed to mentor middle school students and to help researchers serve as role models to students who are interested in STEM career opportunities.

    In 2013, Sandi became the Director of the Office of Rush Mentoring Programs, the mission of which is to support the successful transition of junior faculty to independent investigators. Under her leadership, mentoring programs at the university underwent critical transformations, and currently host programs in mentoring for researchers (junior faculty and postdoctoral fellows), educators and educational scholars, and women faculty. She is also the mentoring liaison for the Rush Initiative to Maximize Student Development, a National Institutes of Health-funded PhD training grant for underrepresented minority students. Sandi has written more than 80 research publications and three book chapters, holds three US patents, and has delivered over 100 invited and contributed talks.


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    1. G. Sandí, L. Washington, J. Westrick, S. Chubinskaya, L. L. Barnes, and R. C. Shah. Group on Faculty Affairs, American Association of Medical Colleges. Saint Louis, Mis-souri. July 12-15, 2018. Online Training Curriculum to Prepare Junior Faculty for NIH K Awards. 2018.
    2. G. Sandí and S. Chubinskaya. Paving the Way to Independent Researcher: from Junior Faculty to Independent Investiga-tor at Rush University Medical Center. 2017.
    3. G. Sandí, R. C. Shah, L. Zhao, C. Miller, S. Chubinskaya, and L.L. Barnes. A Collaborative Approach to Develop an Education/Research Training Curriculum for Junior Faculty. 2016.
    4. G. Sandí and S. Chubinskaya. Providing Professional Development to Diverse Faculty by an Interdisciplinary Teaching Excellence Course. 2016.
    5. G. Sandí, K. Keller, R. McGee, and S. Chubinskaya. Training Junior Faculty: A Collaborative and Novel Approach to Grant Writing. 2016.
    6. Buchholz SW, Ingram D, Wilbur J, Fogg L, Sandi G, Moss A, Ocampo EV. Bilingual Text4Walking Food Service Employee Intervention Pilot Study. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2016 Jun 01; 4(2):e68. PMID: 27251878.
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    7. S. W. Buchholz, J. Wilbur, D. Ingram, A. Moss, G. Sandí, E. Ocampo, and L. Fogg. A Bilingual Text4Walking Food Service Employee Intervention: Results from a Pilot Study. 2016.
    8. G. Sandí and S. Chubinskaya. Rush Women Mentoring Program: Rush Women Mentoring Program: Supporting Women Faculty to Achieve Career Goals. 2015.
    9. M. Kaminski, M. Dietz, G. Sandí, C. Hawkins, A. Park, and I. Shkrob. On the Reusability of Diphonix and Sr Resin for Separation of Sr from Urine. 2015.
    10. S. W. Buchholz, D. Ingram, G. Sandí, A. Moss, J. Wilbur, and E. Ocampo. A Bilingual Text4Walking Intervention for Food Service employees: Study Design and Baseline Characteristics. 2015.
    11. Buchholz SW, Sandi G, Ingram D, Welch MJ, Ocampo EV. Bilingual Text Messaging Translation: Translating Text Messages From English Into Spanish for the Text4Walking Program. JMIR Res Protoc. 2015 May 06; 4(2):e51. PMID: 25947953.
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    12. S. W. Buchholz, A. Moss, D. Ingram, L. Fogg, G. Sandí, J. Wilbur, E. Ocampo. Study Design and Baseline Characteristics of a Bilingual Text4Walking Intervention for Food Service Employees. 2015.
    13. G. Sandí and S. Chubinskaya. Rush Women Mentoring Program: A Survey to Assess the Needs of Women Faculty. 2015.
    14. D. Ingram, S. W. Buchholz, G. Sandí, E. Ocampo, and A. Manning. Use of Focus Group Methodology for the Translation and Transcreation of Bilingual Physical Activity Text Messages. 2015.
    15. S. W. Buchholz, A. Moss, D. Ingram, L. Fogg, G. Sandí, J. Wilbur, and E. Ocampo. Study Design and Baseline Characteristics of a Bilingual Text4Walking Intervention for Food Service Employees. 2015.
    16. G. Sandí. Use of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy to Characterize Materials and Interfaces. 2015.
    17. G. Sandí, D. Shelledy, L. Vasquez, R. Kaur, and S. Chubinskaya. Teaching Excellence Short Course at Rush University. 2014.
    18. S. Chubinskaya, S. Sacriste, C. Catrambone, G. Cs-Szabo, T. Friese, N. Russo, G. Sandí, and K. Tessler. The Office of Faculty Affairs: Where to start and what to face. Three years review. 2014.
    19. S. Chubinskaya, S. Sacriste, C. Catrambone, G. Cs-Szabo, T. Friese, N. Russo, G. Sandi, and K. Tessler. Teaching Academy Program: Facts and Analysis. 2014.
    20. G. Sandí, A. Bobadilla, L. Ocola, A. Sumant, J. Seminario, C. Mertz, and M. Kaminski. Detection of Uranium and Plutonium by Graphene-Based Nanosensors. 2013.
    21. A. Bobadilla, G. Sandí, L. Ocola, A. Sumant, J. Seminario, M. Kaminski, and C. Mertz. Uranium and Plutonium Detection by Plasmonic Graphene-Based Nanosensors. 2013.
    22. G. Sandí. Graduate School from an Adviser’s Point of View. 2012.
    23. M. Thackeray, D. Kim, G. Sandí, Z. Chen, J. Croy, P. Chupas, K. Chapman, M. Su-chomel, R. Benedek, H. Iddir, and Y. Shao-Horn. ABR quarterly report: Battery and Cell Material Development. 2012.
    24. M. M. Thackeray, J. R. Croy, D. Kim, G. Sandí, K. G. Gallagher, and M. Balasubramani-an. High Capacity, Lithium- and Manganese-Rich Metal Oxide Electrodes: Challenges and Opportunities. 2012.
    25. G. Sandí, D. Kim, J. Croy, M. M. Thackeray, M. R. Suchomel, K. Chapman, and P. Chupas. Synthesis and Characterization of High-Capacity Cathode Materials for Lithium Ion Cells. 2012.
    26. M. Thackeray, D. Kim, K. Gallagher, G. Sandí, P. Chupas, K. Chapman, M. Suchomel, Y. Shao-Horn, C. Carlton. ABR quarterly report: Battery and Cell Material Development. 2012.
    27. Németh K, Chapman KW, Balasubramanian M, Shyam B, Chupas PJ, Heald SM, Newville M, Klingler RJ, Winans RE, Almer JD, Sandi G, Srajer G. Efficient simultaneous reverse Monte Carlo modeling of pair-distribution functions and extended x-ray-absorption fine structure spectra of crystalline disordered materials. J Chem Phys. 2012 Feb 21; 136(7):074105. PMID: 22360234.
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    28. M. Thackeray, D. Kim, K. Gallagher, G. Sandí, P. Chupas, K. Chapman, M. Suchomel, Y. Shao-Horn, and C. Carlton. ABR quarterly report: Battery and Cell Material Development. 2012.
    29. B. Shyam, K. Chapman, S. Pol, R. Klingler, S. Heald, M. Balasubramanian, G. Sandí, G. Srajer, and P. Chupas. Insights into the Lithiation of Nano-Sized a-Fe2O3: A Combined X-ray Absorption Spec-troscopy and Pair Distribution Function Study. 2011.
    30. D. Kim, K. Gallager, J. Croy, G. Sandí, S.-H. Kang and M. Thackeray. USDrive Electrochemical Energy Storage Tech Team Review. 2011.
    31. D. Chamberlain, G. Sandí, and M. Goldberg. Handheld X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer. 2011.
    32. J. L. Steeb, C. J. Mertz, G. Sandí, D. A. Bass, and M. M. Goldberg. Age Dating Method Development for Cesium and Barium using Microseparations. 2011.
    33. B. Shyam, O. Borkiewicz, K. Chapman, S. Pol, R. Klingler, R. E. Winans, S. Heald, M. Balasubramanian, G. Sandí, G. Srajer, and P. Chupas. Insights into the Lithiation of Nanoscale a-Fe2O3: A Combined X-ray Absorption Spec-troscopy and Pair Distribution Function Study. 2011.
    34. Giselle Sandí-Tapia, Kathleen Carrado Gregar, and Riza Kizilel. Catalytic Membranes for CO Oxidation used in Fuel Cells. 2010.
    35. Scanlon LG, Feld WA, Balbuena PB, Sandi G, Duan X, Underwood KA, Hunter N, Mack J, Rottmayer MA, Tsao M. Hydrogen storage based on physisorption. J Phys Chem B. 2009 Apr 09; 113(14):4708-17. PMID: 19275199.
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    36. Lamonte K, Gómez Gualdrón DA, Cabrales-Navarro FA, Scanlon LG, Sandi G, Feld W, Balbuena PB. Molecular dynamics simulations of H2 adsorption in tetramethyl ammonium lithium phthalocyanine crystalline structures. J Phys Chem B. 2008 Dec 11; 112(49):15775-82. PMID: 19367822.
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    37. L. G. Scanlon, W. A. Feld, P.B. Balbuena, G. Sandí, F. Duan, K.A. Underwood, J. Mack, M. A. Rottmayer, and M. Tsao. Hydrogen Storage Based on Physisorption Using Dilithium Phthalocyanine. 2008.
    38. G. Sandí. In Situ SAXS and GISAXS Studies of Polymeric Membranes for Energy Applications. 2006.
    39. Giselle Sandí-Tapia and Kathleen Carrado Gregar. Polymer Nanocomposites for Lithium Ion Applications. 2006.
    40. L. G. Scanlon, P. B. Balbuena, Y. Zhang, G. Sandí, C. K. Back, W. A. Feld, J. Mack, M. Tsao, M. A. Rottmayer, J. L. Riepenhoff. Investigation of Molecular Hydrogen Storage with Planar Aromatic Molecules via Compu-tational Chemistry and Experimentation. 2006.
    41. K. A. Carrado, G. Sandí, R. Kizilel, S. Seifert, and B. Lee. Metal Nanoclusters in Clays and Polymer-Clay Nanocomposites Films. 2006.
    42. G. Sandí, C-K. Back, H. Joachin, N. de Souza, J. Prakash. QENS Studies of the Hydrogen Storage Capacity of Novel Sepiolite-Derived Carbonaceous Materials. 2006.
    43. C-K. Back, J. Prakash, and G. Sandí. Understanding Hydrogen Storage in Pd-doped Carbon Nanostructures. 2006.
    44. Scanlon LG, Balbuena PB, Zhang Y, Sandi G, Back CK, Feld WA, Mack J, Rottmayer MA, Riepenhoff JL. Investigation of corannulene for molecular hydrogen storage via computational chemistry and experimentation. J Phys Chem B. 2006 Apr 20; 110(15):7688-94. PMID: 16610862.
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    45. G. Sandí. Novel Carbon Nonofibers as Potential Candidates for Hydrogen Storage. 2005.
    46. L. G. Scanlon, P. B. Balbuena, Y. Zhang, G. Sandí, W. A. Feld, J. Mack, and M. A. Rottmayer. Investigation of Corannulene as Molecular System for Hydrogen Storage. 2005.
    47. C-K Back, J. Prakash, and G. Sandí. Pd-doped Carbon as Hydrogen Storage Material. 2005.
    48. L. G. Scanlon, P. B. Balbuena, Y. Zhang, G. Sandí, C. Back, W. A. Feld, J. Mack, and M. Rottmayer. Investigation of Corannulene for Molecular Hydrogen Storage via Computational Chemis-try and Experimentation. 2005.
    49. D. A. Grossie, W. A. Feld, L. G. Scanlon, G. Sandí, and Z. Wawrzak. A Crystallographic Examination of Dilithium Phthalocyanine. 2005.
    50. G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, R. Kizilel, N. Castagnola, B. Lee, and S. Seifert. In situ SAXS and GISAXS Studies of Polymer Nanocomposite Membranes for Energy Ap-plications. 2005.
    51. A. V. Gelis, K. L. Nash, G. Sandí, A. H. Bond, M. P. Jensen, J. C. Sullivan, L. Rao, and A. Y. Garnov. Electrochemical Investigations of An(V, VI, VII) in Alkaline Media. 2005.
    52. G. Sandí, R. Kizilel, K. A. Carrado, R. Fernández-Saavedra, and N. Castagnola. Effect of the Silica Precursor on the Conductivity of Hectorite-Derived Polymer Nanocom-posites. 2004.
    53. L. G. Scanlon and G. Sandí. Investigation of Lithium-Corannulene Complex via AB Initio Calculations as Molecular System for Hydrogen Storage. 2004.
    54. G. Sandí, R. Kizilel, K. A. Carrado, and N. Castagnola. Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of Novel Nanocomposite Polymeric Membranes. 2004.
    55. L. G. Scanlon, L. R. Lucente, W. A. Feld, G. Sandí, P. Balbuena, and A. Turner. Lithium ion conducting channel as solid-state electrolyte for rechargeable lithium batteries. 2004.
    56. G. Sandí. In Situ SAXS and GISAXS Studies of Polymeric Membranes for Energy Applications. 2004.
    57. G. Sandí. Catalytic Nanocomposite Membranes. 2004.
    58. R. E. Winans, K. A. Carrado, G. Sandí, and N. A. Tomczyk. Chemical transformation mechanisms. 2004.
    59. G. Sandí, H. Joachin, M. Castagnola, H. Yang, and J. Prakash. Electrochemical Performance of Sepiolite-Derived Carbon Coated with Silver Nanoparti-cles. 2004.
    60. L. G. Scanlon, L. R. Lucente, W. A. Feld, G. Sandí, A. Turner, J. Scofield and B. Tsao. Preparation of a Thin Film Solid State Electrochemical Cell with Li2Pc as the Electrolyte. 2004.
    61. R. E. Gerald II, K. J. Ruscic, D. N. Sears, R. J. Klingler, J. W. Rathke, and G. Sandí. Ceramic Monolith Provides Unidirectional Ion-Conducting Channels for Lithium-Ion Cells. 2004.
    62. K. A. Carrado, R. Kizilel, G. Sandí, C. L. Marshall, and M. Castagnola. Catalytic Nanocomposite Membranes for CO Abatement in Fuel Cell Applications. 2004.
    63. G. Sandí, R. Kizilel, R. Fernández-Saavedra, N. Castagnola, and K. A. Carrado. Effect of the Silica Precursor on the Conductivity of Hectorite-Derived Nanocomposites. 2004.
    64. R. Kizilel, G. Sandí, H. Joachin, K. A. Carrado, V. H. Pérez-Luna. Catalytic Membranes for CO Toleration in Fuel Cell Applications. 2003.
    65. G. Sandí, N. Khalili, and I. Barsukov. Physicochemical and Electrochemical Properties of Carbon-Based Materials Produced from Paper Mill Sludge. 2003.
    66. G. Sandí, R. Kizilel, H. Joachin, H. Yang, L. G. Scanlon, L. R. Lucente, W. A Feld, P. B. Balbuena, S. Seifert, and A. Turner. In Situ SAXS Studies of the Structural Changes of Dilithium Phthalocyanine (Li2Pc) Solid State Electrolyte Used in Rechargeable Systems. 2003.
    67. M. Villar, G. Sandí. Synthesis and Characterization of Polymer Nanocomposites Used in Lithium-Ion Batteries. 2003.
    68. C. S. Johnson, K. Lauzze, N. Kanakaris, A. Kahaian, M. M. Thackeray, G. Sandí, S. A. Hackney, and R. O. Rigney. Electrochemical Performance of Ni/Cu-Metallized & Carbon-Coated Graphites for Lithi-um Batteries. 2003.
    69. R. Fernández-Saavedra, K. A. Carrado, E. Ruiz-Hitzky, G. Sandí, and C. L. Marshall. Synthesis and Characterization of Unique Clays for Lithium Conductivity and Catalytic Applications. 2003.
    70. G. Sandí, H. Joachin, H. Yang, and J. Prakash. Electrochemical Performance of Full Cells Prepared with Sepiolite-Derived Carbon and Lithium Transition Metal Oxide Positive Electrodes. 2003.
    71. G. Sandí, H. Yang, H. Joachin, K. A. Carrado, R. E. Winans, and J. Prakash. Determination of the Hydrogen Storage Capacity of Novel Sepiolite-Derived Carbona-ceous Materials. 2003.
    72. G. Sandí, Z. Gu, P. B. Balbuena. Characterization of Polymeric Catalytic Membranes for Fuel Cell Applications. 2003.
    73. N. A. Tapan, B. Gurau, G. Sandí, and J. Prakash. Investigation of Methanol Oxidation Electrokinetics on Pt:Ru Anode Catalyst. 2003.
    74. P. Moon, D. Stevens, G. Sandí, and R. Kizilel. Computational Simulation of Lithium Ions Transport through Polymer Nanocomposite Membranes. 2003.
    75. G. Sandí. Development of New Anodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries and Their Characteriza-tion by Raman and NEXAFS Spectroscopy. 2003.
    76. G. Sandí, R. Kizilel, H. Joachin, K. A. Carrado, Sönke Seifert, H. Yang, L. G. Scanlon, L. R. Lucente, and W. A. Feld. In Situ SAXS Studies of the Structural Changes of Electrode Materials Used in Rechargeable Systems. 2003.
    77. L. J. Smith, J.-M. Zanotti, G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, D. L. Price, and M.-L. Saboungi. Polymer Clay Nanocomposite Membrane Dynamics Characterization via combined NMR and Neutron Scattering Studies. 2003.
    78. L. G. Scanlon, L. R. Lucente, W. A. Feld, G. Sandí and A. Turner. Composite Cathode with Li2Pc. 2003.
    79. G. Sandí, R. Kizilel, H. Joachin, K. A Carrado, S. Seifert, L. J. Smith, and R. E. Gerald. Characterization of Polymer Nanocomposites Used in Rechargeable Systems. 2003.
    80. R. Kizilel, N. Khalili, G. Sandí, and R. J. Selman. Application of SANS in Analysis of Fuel Cell Cathode Ion Exchange Membranes. 2003.
    81. L. J. Smith, J-M. Zanotti, G. Sandí , K.A. Carrado, P. Porion, A. Delville, D. L. Price, and M-L. Saboungi. Characterization of Polymer Clay Nanocomposite Electrolyte Motions via combined NMR and Neutron Scattering Studies. 2002.
    82. G. Sandí, R.E. Gerald, L. J. Smith, and M.-L. Saboungi. NMR Characterization of Polymer Nanocomposites Used in Lithium Ion Cells. 2002.
    83. P. Moon, G. Sandí, Deborah Stevens, and Riza Kizilel. Computational Modeling of Polymer Nanocomposites. 2002.
    84. P. Moon, D. Stevens, and G. Sandí. Computational Modeling of Ionic Transport through Polymeric Membranes by Batch and Continuous Electrodialysis (ED). 2002.
    85. K. C. Littrell, N. R. Khalili, M. Campbell, G. Sandí, and P. Thiyagarajan. Structural Characterization of Activated Carbon Adsorbents Prepared from Paper Mill Sludge. 2002.
    86. G. Sandí, N. R. Khalili, W. Lu, and Jai Prakash. Electrochemical Performance of Carbons Derived from Paper Mill Sludge. 2002.
    87. G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, H. Joachin, and W. Lu. Polymer Nanocomposites for Lithium Batteries Applications. 2002.
    88. L. G. Scanlon, L. R. Lucente, W. A. Feld, G. Sandí, R.E. Gerald, and R. Klingler. Specific Conductivity as a Function of Temperature for Dilithium Phthalocyanine (Li2Pc) from -50°C to +100°C. 2002.
    89. G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, H. Joachin, R. Kizilel, and S. Seifert. Temperature Dependence Studies of Polymer Nanocomposites Films. 2002.
    90. R. Kizilel, N. R. Khalili, G. Sandí, K. Littrell, and R. J. Selman. Microstructure Analysis of Fuel Cell Cathode/Ion Exchange Membranes Used in the Re-moval of Contaminants by SANS. 2002.
    91. G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, H. Joachin, and W. Lu. In Situ SAXS Studies of Polymer Nanocomposites. 2002.
    92. R. Kizilel, N. R. Khalili, G. Sandí, K. Littrell, and R. Selman. SANS Characterization of Fuel Cell Cathode/Ion Exchange Membranes Used on the Removal of Contaminants. 2002.
    93. K. C. Littrell, N. R. Khalili, M. Campbell, G. Sandí, and P. Thiyagarajan. International Workshop on Nanocomposites: Materials, Neutrons, and Data Interpreta-tion. Argonne, IL, March 28-30, 2002. The Characterization Using SANS and BET of the Controlled Production of the Pore Structure in Catalytic Carbons Prepared from Paper-mill-Sludge. 2002.
    94. M. Miaomiao, V. S. Donepudi, J. Prakash, G. Sandí, G. Wurtz, and G. P. Wiederrecht. Electrodeposition of a Nano-Structured Ni-W Alloy and Characterization of Electrocatalytic Properties. 2001.
    95. G. Sandí. Development of New Anodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries. 2001.
    96. R. Kizilel, N. R. Khalili, G. Sandí, and R. J. Selman. Removal of Contaminants by Using a Fuel Cell Cathode/Ion Exchange Membrane. 2001.
    97. R. E. Gerald, G. Sandí, C. S. Johnson, R. J. Klingler, J. W. Rathke. Anisotropic Spin Interactions for 7Li Nuclei in Manganese Oxides: Prospects for In-Situ NMR Investigations in a Stationary Electrochemical/NMR Detector. 2001.
    98. G. Sandí, C. S. Johnson, R. Gerald, K. A. Carrado, and R. E. Winans. Electrochemical Performance of a Sepiolite-Derived Carbon/Lithiated Cathode. 2000.
    99. Giselle Sandí, Randall E. Winans, and Kathleen Carrado Gregar. Carbon-Based Anodes for Lithium Batteries using Sepiolite Clay as a Template. 2000.
    100. R. A. Guidotti, F. W. Reinhardt, and G. Sandí. Comparison of the Electrochemical Properties of Several Commercial Graphites with a Templated Disordered Carbon. 2000.
    101. A. V. Gelis, K. L. Nash, G. Sandí, A. H. Bond, M. P. Jensen, J. C. Sullivan, L. Rao. Electrochemical Investigations of An(V,VI,VII) in Alkaline Media. 2000.
    102. G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, R. E. Winans, S. Seifert, and C. S. Johnson. Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Studies of Carbon Anodes Used in Lithium Rechargeable Batteries. 2000.
    103. G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, R. E. Winans, S. Seifert, and C. S. Johnson. Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Studies of Carbon Anodes Used in Lithium Rechargeable Batteries. Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Studies of Carbon Anodes Used in Lithium Rechargeable Batteries. 2000; 45(2):370.
    104. G. Sandí, N. R. Khalili, K. Littrell, and P. Thiyagarajan. Pore Structure of Activated Carbons and Catalysts Produced from Paper Mill Sludge Using Small Angle Neutron Scattering. 2000.
    105. G. Sandí, N. R. Khalili, K. Littrell, and P. Thiyagarajan. Pore Structure of Activated Carbons and Catalysts Produced from Paper Mill Sludge Us-ing Small Angle Neutron Scattering. Pore Structure of Activated Carbons and Catalysts Produced from Paper Mill Sludge Us-ing Small Angle Neutron Scattering. 2000; 45(2):383.
    106. J. F. Schneider, G. Sandí, H. J. O'Neill, L. Schiff, E. Vickers, and H. Elbaum. Lewisite Purity Determination by Coulometric Titration. 2000.
    107. L. G. Scanlon and G. Sandí. Influence of Corannulene's Curved Carbon Lattice (C20H10) on Lithium Intercalation. 2000.
    108. H. Jain, N. R. Khalili, H. Arastoopour, and G. Sandí. NOx Removal Using a Novel Carbon Based Catalyst Produced from Paper Mill Sludge. 1999.
    109. R. E. Gerald II, G. Sandí, R. J. Klingler, and J. W. Rathke. NMR Spectroscopy and Imaging of an Electrochemical Cell with a Carbon Working Electrode. 1999.
    110. R. E. Winans, S. Seifert, P. Thiyagarajan, and G. Sandí. Characterization of Carbons and Coals by Small Angle X-Ray Scattering. 1999.
    111. G. Sandí, R. E. Gerald II, and L. G. Scanlon. Molecular Orbital and Li-7 NMR Investigation of the Influence of Curved Lattices in Lithium Intercalated Carbon Anodes. 1999.
    112. M. Campbell, N. R. Khalili, H. Arastoopour, and G. Sandí. Impact of Chemical Activation on Surface Properties of Activated Carbons Produced from Paper Mill Sludge. 1999.
    113. G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, R. E. Winans, C. S. Johnson and K. D. Kepler. Carbons for Lithium Ion Cells Prepared Using Sepiolite as an Inorganic Template. 1998.
    114. G. Sandí, R. E. Gerald, R. J. Klingler, J. W. Rathke, K. A. Carrado, and R. E. Winans. Studies of Electrolyte Penetration in Carbon Anodes by NMR Techniques. 1998.
    115. L. G. Scanlon and G. Sandí. Influence of Corannulene's Curved Carbon Lattice (C20H10) on Lithium Intercalation. 1998.
    116. R. E. Gerald II, R. J. Klingler, J. W. Rathke, G. Sandí, and K. Woelk. In Situ NMR Analysis of Charge Carriers in Polymer Electrolytes. 1998.
    117. R. E. Gerald II, R. J. Klingler, J. W. Rathke, G. Sandí, and K. Woelk. Toroid Cavity NMR Detector: Application to Electrochemical Systems. 1998.
    118. G. Sandí, R. E. Gerald II, L. G. Scanlon, K. A. Carrado, and R. E. Winans. Computational, Electrochemical and 7Li NMR Studies of Lithiated Disordered Carbon Electrodes in Lithium Ion Cells. 1997.
    119. G. Sandí, P. Thiyagarajan, R. E. Winans, and K. A. Carrado. Small Angle Neutron and X-Ray Scattering Studies of Carbons Prepared Using Inorganic Templates. 1997.
    120. M. Pam, N. R. Khalili, and G. Sandí. Determination of the Surface Fractal Dimensions of Activated and Disordered Carbons Using Gas and Liquid Phase Isotherm Data. 1997.
    121. R. E. Winans, G. Sandí, K. A. Carrado, and P. Thiyagarajan. Structure of Carbons Prepared with Pillared Clay Templates. 1997.
    122. G. Sandí, R. E. Winans, C. Johnson, P. Stair, and C. Lin. Intercalation Compounds Used as Anodes in Lithium Secondary Batteries. 1996; 96(2):1061.
    123. G. Sandí, R. E. Winans and K. A. Carrado. Synthesis and Characterization of New Carbonaceous Materials Utilized in Lithium Ion Batteries. 1995.
    124. R. E. Winans, K. A. Carrado, P. Thiyagarajan, G. Sandí, J. E. Hunt, and G. W. Zajac. Designer Carbons as Potential Anodes for Lithium Secondary Batteries. 1995.
    125. P. Vanýsek and G. Sandí. Characterization of polyaniline conductive films. 1994; 94(2).
    126. G. Sandí. Impedance and Voltammetric Studies of Film Nanostructures: Polyaniline Conductive Films and Polycarbonate Insulator Membranes. 1994.
    127. G. Sandí and P. Vanýsek. Characterization of conductive membranes. 1993.
    128. G. Sandí and P. Vanýsek. Electrochemical impedance of conductive films. 1992.
    129. G. Sandí and P. Vanýsek. Synthesis and electrochemical characterization of conductive films. 1992; 92(1):45.
    130. G. Sandí. Determination of Cd, Pb, Zn, Cu, Fe, Mn, and Cr in Sea Water from the Coral Reefs of the Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica, via Anodic Stripping Voltammetry and Atomic Absorption. 1990.
    131. G. Sandí and P. Vanýsek. Electrochemical properties of polyaniline conductive films. 1990.
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