As a graduate student under the supervision of Prof. Willi Simon, the experimental subject of the thesis was to interface and characterize a potentiometric microsensor as a miniaturized detector for capillary electrophoresis. The principle was reported for the first time in 1990 and received worldwide recognition in various handbooks and review articles.
A list of publications about the work is given below:
– Haber, C.; Scheidegger, D.; Röösli, S. Müller, S.; Tsuda, T.; Simon, W.; The Potentiometric Microelectrode as a Detector in Fast LC and CZE, 12th International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography, Kobe (Japan), September 11-14, 1990.
– Haber, C.; Müller, S.; Scheidegger, D.; Simon, W.; Fast Separations with Open Tubular Ion Exchange Capillary Columns, J. High Res. Chrom. 1991, 14, 174-177.
– Haber, C.; Silvestri, I.; Röösli, S.; Simon, W.; Potentiometric Detector for Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, Chimia 1991, 45, 117-121.
– Silvestri, I.; Haber, C.; Simon, W.; Capillary Zone Electrophoretic Separation of Biogenic Amines using an Ion-Selective Microelectrode as Detector, Anal. Methods and Instrumentation 1993, 1 (1), 14.