Peer-reviewed Journal Articles since joining The University of Akron
*refers to corresponding author

  1. A. Rodriguez, C.M. Miller, H. Cong, E. K. Wujcik, C.N. Monty*, “Laboratory techniques for evaluating the effectiveness of salt neutralizers for the corrosion prevention of winter maintenance equipment,” Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials, Vol. 63 Iss 6 pp. 499 – 507, 2016.
  2. B. Miller II, C. Giai, M. Iannuzzi, C.N. Monty, and J.M. Senko*, “Microbial reduction of Cr(VI) in the presence of chromate conversion coating constituents,” Bioremediation Journal, Vol 20 (3), 174-182, 2016.
  3. R.B. Miller, A. Sadek, A.A. Rodriguez, M. Iannuzzi, C. Giai, J.M. Senko, C.N. Monty*, “Corrosion assessment of UNSG10180 via Split Cell Technique exposed to Shewanella oneidensis,” PLOSONE, 11 (1), 2016.
  4. E.K. Wujcik, S.E. Duirk, G.G. Chase, and C.N. Monty*, “A visible colorimetric sensor based on nanoporous polypropyelene fiber membranes for the determination of trihalomethanes in treated drinking water,” Sensors and Actuators B, 223, 1-8, 2016.
  5. I.Afreh, E.K. Wujcik, N.J. Blasdel, B.Sauer, S.Kaya, S.Duirk, C.N.Monty*, “A Non-biological Inhibition Based Sensing (NIBS) Technique for the Detection of Toxic Halogenated Organics in Water,” Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 70 (7), 825-830, 2015.
  6. N.J. Blasdel, E.K. Wujcik, J. Carletta, K.S. Lee, C.N. Monty*, “Fabric Nanocomposite Resistance Temperature Detector”, IEEE Sensors Journal, 15(1), 2015.
  7. E.K. Wujcik, N.J. Blasdel, D. Trowbridge, C.N. Monty*, “Ion Sensor for the Quantification of Sodium in Sweat Samples, IEEE Sensors Journal, 13(9), 3430-3436, September 2013.
  8. E.K. Wujcik, C.N. Monty*, “Nanotechnology for implantable sensors: carbon nanotubes and graphene in medicine,” Wiley Interdisciplicary Reviews-Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology, 5(3), 233-249, May-June 2013.
  9. E.K. Wujcik, N. Londono, C.N. Monty*, S.E. Duirk, R.I. Masel, “An Acetylcholinesterase-Inspired Biomimetic Toxicity Sensor,” Chemosphere, 91(8), 1176-1182, May 2013.
  10. C.N. Monty*, N. Londoño, and R.I. Masel, “Non-biological inhibition-based sensing (NIBS) demonstrated for the detection of toxic arsenic compounds,” Chemosphere, 82, 1644-1648. 2011.

Book Chapters

  1. Blasdel, N.J., Wujcik E.K., and Monty C.N., “Flexible sensor for device used for real-time, accurate diagnosis of cystic fibrosis comprises nanocomposite and top layer in which sensor provides in-situ detection in sweat or other aqueous body fluids at skin surface”, US2013197319-A1, 2013.

Patent Applications

  1. Blasdel, N.J., Wujcik E.K., and Monty C.N., “Flexible sensor for device used for real-time, accurate diagnosis of cystic fibrosis comprises nanocomposite and top layer in which sensor provides in-situ detection in sweat or other aqueous body fluids at skin surface”, US2013197319-A1, 2013.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles prior to joining The University of Akron

  1. C. N. Monty, I. Oh, and R. I. Masel, “Optimization of a Multi-phase Sensor for Detection of Phosphonates in Air,” AIChE Journal, 2010, 56, 241-247.
  2. C. N. Monty, N. Londoño, and R.I. Masel, “Non-biological Inhibition Based Sensing (NIBS) Demonstrated for the Detection of Toxic Sulfides,” Analytical Chemistry, 2009, 81(15), 6416-6421.
  3. C. N. Monty, I. Oh, and R. I. Masel, “Acetylcholinesterase-based Electrochemical Multiphase Microreactor for Detection of Trace Toxic Vapors,” IEEE Sensors, Vol. 8(5), 2008, 580-585.
  4. C. N. Monty, and R. I. Masel, “Electrochemical Multiphase Microreactor as Fast, Selective, and Portable Chemical Sensor of Trace Toxic Vapors,” IEEE Sensors, Vol. 8(5), 2008, 522-526.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles Currently Under Review

  1. A.A. Rodriguez, Q. Zhou, C.N. Monty*, “EIS Evaluation and Surface Characterization of a High Performance UV-cured Coating for Winter Maintenance Equipment as a Function of Wash Treatment,” Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, (In preparation for resubmission)