Nicholas Madhiri, PhD
Ph.D. Analytical/Physical Electrochemistry, West Virginia University
B.S. Chemistry, with Honors, University of Zimbabwe
Nicholas Madhiri and Harry O. Finklea “Proton Coupled Electron Transfer of Redox Centers Attached to Self-assembled Monolayers on electrodes”, Abs. 1215, 209th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, 2006.
Nicholas Madhiri and Harry. O. Finklea “Potential, pH and Isotope Dependence of Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer of an Osmium Aquo Complex Attached to Electrode”, Special Issue-Langmuir - 2006. Vol. 22, pp 10643–10651
Mingjia Zhi, Nicholas Madhiri, Harry Finklea, Ismail Celik, Bruce Kang, Xingbo Liu,Christopher Johnson, Nianqiang Nick Wu, Effect of Phosphorus Impurity on performance of Ni-YSZ Anode of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, Abstract submitted to the 212 meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Washington DC, 2007.
Harry O. Finklea and Nicholas Madhiri, Reorganization energies of TEMPO dot/TEMPO+ in water, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2008 (621), 129-33.
Mingjia Zhi, Harry Finklea, Nicholas Madhiri, Ishmail Celik, Bruce Kang, Xingbo Liu, Richard Bajura, and Nianqiang Nick Wu, Impedance Analysis of Phosphorus Impurity Effect on Performance of N-YSZ Anode of SOFC, ECS Transactions, 11 (33) 71-77, 2008.
Nicholas Madhiri, Rotimi Olojo and Reuben Simoyi “Oxyhalogen-sulfur chemistry: kinetics and mechanism of the oxidation of Formamidine disulfide by acidic Bromate”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2003,4149-56
Nicholas Madhiri, Ph.D., loves to read, travel, and spend time in nature. He is married to Embe Madhiri, nutrition professor at Southwestern Adventist University. They have three children: two boys one girl. They are originally from Zimbabwe.