1. Chandra, S. and K.B. Walsh, Microplastics in water: Occurrence, fate and removal. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 2024. 264: p. 104360.

  2. Capper, A., S. Alahakoon, C. Aiken, R. Nunes, S. Chandra, and S. Moore. Electro-flocculation of aquaculture wastewater microalgal communities reduces nutrient loading. Bioresource Technology. 2023. 130109.

  3. Batley, R. J. and Chandra, S. Nanotechnologically relevant aspects of COVID-19 vaccines. Frontiers in Bioscience. 2023: 15(1): 1-6. UNDERGRADUATE PAPER

  4. Tan, J. F., Johnson, J. B., Naiker, M., & Chandra, S. Miniaturized Sensing Strategies for Next-Generation Nitrogen Monitoring. In P. Chandra & K. Mahato (Eds.), Miniaturized Biosensing Devices: Fabrication and Applications. 2022. (pp. 309-332). Springer Nature Singapore.

  5. Tan, J., Anastasi, A. and Chandra, SElectrochemical Detection of Nitrate, Nitrite and Ammonium for On-site Water Quality Monitoring. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, 2022: 32(100926). |Quartile 1, Impact Factor 7.271|

  6. Power, A. C., Chapman, J., Chandra, S., Roberts, J. J., Dambergs, R., & Cozzolino, D. 5 – The assessment of grape products (berry, juice, and wine) quality using vibrational spectroscopy coupled with multivariate analysis. In A. G. Reynolds (Ed.), Managing Wine Quality (Second Edition). Woodhead Publishing. 2022: 187-206.

  7.  Tupiti, W., Jones, C. E. and Chandra, S. Guilty by association: Assessment of environmental loadings on arsenic distribution in two Pacific Island rivers. Science of the Total Environment, 2021; 796, 148969. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor 7.963|

  8. Chandra S, Naiker M. Applications of infrared spectroscopy in environmental contamination. Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry: Elsevier; 2021.

  9. Mangwanda, T.; Johnson, J. B.; Mani, J. S.; Jackson, S; Chandra, S.; McKeown, T.; White, S. and Naiker, M. “Processes, challenges and optimisation of rum production from molasses—A contemporary review.Fermentation, 2021; 7(1), 1-21.

  10. Chandra, S. and Adeloju, S. A new sensor for detecting microrna 133B (Parkinson’s disease biomarker), Sensors International, 2020; 1: 100005.

  11. Chapman, J.; Power, A.; Chandra, S.; Roberts, J. and Cozzolino, D. Application of Cluster Analysis in Food Science and Technology. In: Mathematical and Statistical Applications in Food Engineering [Internet], CRC Press, 2020.

  12. Reddy, P.; Sharma, B.; Chandra, S. Student readiness and perception of tablet learning in higher education in the Pacific- a case study of Fiji and Tuvalu: Tablet learning at USP. Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) 2020; 22: 52-69.

  13. Johnson, J.; Collins, T.; Power, A.; Chandra, S.; Skylas, D.; Portman, D.; Panozzo, J.; Blanchard, C.; Naiker, M., Antioxidative properties and macrochemical composition of five commercial mungbean varieties in Australia. Legume Science, 20202(e27), 1-11.

  14. Maeaba, W.; Prasad, S.; Chandra, S., First assessment of metals contamination in road dust and roadside soil of Suva City, Fiji. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 2019; 77 (2), 249-262.

  15. Power, A. C.; Chapman, J.; Chandra, S.; Cozzolino, D., 6 – Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy for food quality analysis. In Evaluation Technologies for Food Quality, Zhong, J.; Wang, X., Eds. Woodhead Publishing: 2019; 91-104.

  16. Ball N, Teo W-P, Chandra S, Chapman J. Parkinson’s Disease and the Environment. Frontiers in Neurology2019; 10 (218), 1-8. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor 3.508|

  17. Johnson, J, Atkin, D, Lee, K, Sell, M, Chandra, SDetermining meat freshness using electrochemistry: Are we ready for the fast and furious? Meat Science 2019; 150, 40-46. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 2.821| UNDERGRADUATE PAPER

  18. Gordon, R., Chapman, J., Power, A., Chandra, S., Roberts, J. and D. Cozzolino, Mid-infrared spectroscopy coupled with chemometrics to identify spectral variability in Australian barley samples from different production regions. Journal of Cereal Science, 2019, 85, 41-47.

  19. Chapman J, Power A, Chandra S, Cozzolino D. Meat consumption and green gas emissions: A chemometrics analysis. Food Analytical Methods. 2019;12(2), 469-474.

  20. Rajapaksha, P., Chandra, S., Power, A., and Chapman, J.,Graphene, electrospun and granular activated carbon membranes for eliminating heavy metals, pesticides and bacteria in water and wastewater treatment processes. Analyst, 2018, 143, 5629-5645. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 3.885|

  21. Gordon, R., Chapman, J., Power, A., Chandra, S., Roberts, J. and Cozzolino, D. Comparison of ultrasound-assisted extraction with static extraction as pre-processing method before gas chromatography analysis of cereal lipids. Food Analytical Methods. 2018, 11(11), 3276-3281. |Impact Factor: 2.245|

  22. Gordon, R., Power, A., Chapman, J., Chandra, S. and Cozzolino, D., A review on the source of lipids and their interactions during beer fermentation that affect beer quality. Fermentation 2018, 4 (4), 89-98.

  23. Fletcher, B.; Mullane, K.; Platts, P.; Todd, E.; Power, A.; Roberts, J.; Chapman, J.; Cozzolino, D.; Chandra, S., Advances in meat spoilage detection: A short focus on rapid methods and technologies. CyTA – Journal of Food 2018, 16 (1), 1037-1044. UNDERGRADUATE PAPER.

  24. Power, A., Chapman, J., Chandra, S., Roberts, J. and Cozzolino, D., Illuminating the flesh of bone identification – An application of near infrared spectroscopy, Vibrational Spectroscopy, 2018, 98, 64-68.

  25. Roberts, J., Power, A., Chandra, S., Chapman, J. and Cozzolino, D. Handling Complexity in Animal and Plant Science Research—From Single to Functional Traits: Are We There Yet?, High Throughput, 2018, 7(2), 1-9.

  26. Chapman, J., Power, A., Chandra, S., Roberts, J., Cozzolino, D. Countering the ‘Fake News’ of Food: The Role of Chemometrics With Vibrational Spectroscopy Techniques. In Reference Module in Food Science, Elsevier: 2018.

  27. Roberts, J., Power, A., Chapman, J., Chandra, S and Cozzolino, D. Vibrational Spectroscopy Methods for Agro-Food Product Analysis, Applied Sciences, Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, 2018, 80; 51-68.

  28. Roberts, J., Power, A., Chapman, J., Chandra, S and Cozzolino, D. A short update on the advantages, applications and limitations of hyperspectral and chemical imaging in food authenticationApplied Sciences, 2018, 8(4), 1-7.

  29. Chandra, S. and Sharma, B. Near, far, wherever you are: Chemistry via distance in the South Seas, American Journal of Distance Education, 2018, 32(2), 80-95. |Quartile 1|

  30. Gordon, R., Power, A., Roberts, J., Chapman, J., Chandra, S. and Cozzolino, D. Unfrazzled by fizziness: Identification of beers using attenuated total reflectance mid-infrared spectroscopy and multivariate analysis, Food Analytical Methods, 2018, 11; 2360-2367. |Impact Factor: 2.038|

  31. Roberts, J., Power, A., Chandra, S., Chapman, J. and Cozzolino, D., The use of UV-Vis spectroscopy in bioprocess and fermentation monitoring, Fermentation, 2018, 4(1), 1-8.

  32. Tupiti, W., Chandra, S. and Prasad, S. Sensitive inorganic arsenic speciation on a voltammetric platform in mines water samples in the Pacific, Microchemical Journal, 2018, 139; 301-305. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 3.213|

  33. Cozzolino, D., Chandra, S. Roberts, J. J., Power, A., Rajapaksha, P. and Gordon, R. There is gold in them hills: predicting potential acid mine drainage events through the use of chemometrics, Science of the Total Environment, 2018, (619-620), 1464-1472. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 4.900|

  34. Chapman, J., Power, A., Kiran, K. and Chandra, S., New twists in the plot: Recent advances in electrochemical genosensors for disease screening, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2017, 164, (13), B665-673. |Quartile 1, Impact factor: 3.259|

  35. Power, A., Gorey, B., Chandra, S. and Chapman, J. Carbon nanomaterials and their application in electrochemical sensors; a review, Nanotechnology Reviews, 2017, 7, (1), 19-41. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 2.044|

  36. Chandra, S., Siraj, S., Wong, D. K. Y. Recent advances in biosensing for neurotransmitters and disease biomarkers using microelectrodes,ChemElectroChem, 2017, 4,(4), 822-833. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 3.506|

  37.  Bunney, J., Williamson, S., Atkin, D., Jeanneret, M., Cozzolino, D., Chapman, J., Power, A. and Chandra, S., The use of electrochemical biosensors in food analysisCurrent Research in Nutrition and Food Science, 2017, 5(3), 183-195. (UNDERGRADUATE PAPER)

  38. Gordon, R., Cozzolino, D., Chandra, S., Power, A., Roberts, J. and Chapman, J., Analysis of Australian beers by fluorescence spectroscopy, Beverages, 2017, 3(4), 57-66. |Impact factor: 2.690|

  39. Chandra, S., Power, A., Roberts, J. and Cozzolino, D. The application of state of the art analytic tools in beverage and food fermentation process monitoring, Fermentation, 2017, 3, (4), 1-12. |Quartile 2, Impact Factor: 2.690|

  40. Chandra, S., Chapman, J., Power, A., Roberts, J. and Cozzolino, D. Origin and regionality of wines – the role of molecular spectroscopyFood Analytical Methods, 2017, 10, (12), 3947-3955. |Quartile 2, Impact Factor: 2.038|

  41. Chapman, J., Anastasi, A., Power, A.,Chandra, S., Voss, L., Rajapaksha, P. and Cosford, S. Detection methods for faecal contamination events: the gap for australia: Trends in pathogen detection and recent developments in the field of pathogenic bacteria detectionAustralian Water Association, 2016, 1 (4).

  42. Chandra, S., Gangaiya, P., Togamana, C. and Prasad, S. Study of heavy metal fractionation in the Lami municipal disposal facility, FijiThe South Pacific Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2016, 34 (1), 21- 28.

  43. Chandra, S., Tupiti, W., Singh, S., Naaz, Z., Kishor, P. K., Goundar, A., Fakraufon, M. and Prasad, S.An undergraduate-level electrochemical investigation of gold nanoparticles-modified physically small carbon electrodesWorld Journal of Chemical Education, 2016, 4 (5), 93 – 100. (UNDERGRADUATE PAPER)

  44. Gangadoo, S.,Chandra, S., Power, A., Hellio, C., Watson, G., Watson, A., Green, D. W. and  Chapman, J. Biomimetics for early stage biofouling prevention: templates from insect cuticlesJournal of Materials Chemistry B, 2016, 4, 34, 5747-5754 |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 4.453|

  45. Chandra, S., Gangaiya, P., Togamana, C. and Prasad, S. First screening study of metal content in soil from a mixed waste receptacle,The South Pacific Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2016, 33, 2, 7-12.

  46. Brown, S., White, S., Sharma, B. Wakeling, L., Naiker, M., Chandra, S., Gopalan, R. and Bilimoria, V. B. Attitude to the study of chemistry and its relationship with achievement in an introductory undergraduate course Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2015, 15 (2), 33 – 41.

  47. Brown, S., Sharma, B. N., Wakeling, L., Naiker, M.,Chandra, S., Gopalan, R. D. and Bilimoria, V., Quantifying attitude to chemistry in students at the University of the South PacificChemistry Education Research and Practice, 2014, 15, 184-191. |Quartile 2, Impact Factor: 1.802|

  48. Chandra, S., Miller, A. D., Bendavid, A., Martin, P. J. and Wong, D. K. Y. Minimizing fouling at hydrogenated conical-tip carbon electrodes during dopamine detection in vivoAnalytical Chemistry201486 (5), 2443–2450. |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 5.636|

  49. Chandra, S., Miller, A. D. and Wong, D. K. Y. Evaluation of physically small p-phenylacetate-modified carbon electrodes against fouling during dopamine detection in vivoElectrochimica Acta, 2013, 101, 225-231 |Quartile 1, Impact Factor: 4.504|

  50. Britz, D.,Chandra, S., Strutwolf, J. and Wong, D. K. Y. Diffusion-limited chronoamperometry at conical-tip microelectrodes,  Electrochimica Acta, 2010, 55 (3), 1272-1277.  |Quartile 1, Impact Factor 4.504|

  51.  Chandra, S.; Wong, D. K.Y. Electrochemical detection of neurotransmitters at structurally small electrodes. In Nanostructured Materials for Electrochemical Biosensors, Umasankar, Y.; Kumar, S. A.; Chen, S.-M., Eds. Nova Publishers: New York, 2009; 317-337.