Maurizio Licchelli
Maurizio Licchelli
Professore di Chimica, UniversitÓ di Pavia
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Nature of urea− fluoride interaction: incipient and definitive proton transfer
M Boiocchi, L Del Boca, DE Gˇmez, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, E Monzani
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (50), 16507-16514, 2004
8552004
What anions do to N− H-containing receptors
V Amendola, D Esteban-Gˇmez, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli
Accounts of chemical research 39 (5), 343-353, 2006
7992006
Why, on interaction of urea-based receptors with fluoride, beautiful colors develop
D Esteban-Gomez, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli
The Journal of organic chemistry 70 (14), 5717-5720, 2005
5232005
The design of luminescent sensors for anions and ionisable analytes
L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, G Rabaioli, A Taglietti
Coordination chemistry reviews 205 (1), 85-108, 2000
3832000
Urea vs. thiourea in anion recognition
DE Gˇmez, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, E Monzani
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 3 (8), 1495-1500, 2005
3762005
Molecular recognition of carboxylate ions based on the metal–ligand interaction and signaled through fluorescence quenching
G De Santis, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, A Poggi, A Taglietti
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 35 (2), 202-204, 1996
3531996
Light-emitting molecular devices based on transition metals
V Amendola, L Fabbrizzi, F Foti, M Licchelli, C Mangano, P Pallavicini, ...
Coordination chemistry reviews 250 (3-4), 273-299, 2006
3482006
Transition metals as switches
L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, P Pallavicini
Accounts of chemical research 32 (10), 846-853, 1999
3291999
Fluorescent sensors for transition metals based on electron‐transfer and energy‐transfer mechanisms
L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, P Pallavicini, A Perotti, A Taglietti, D Sacchi
Chemistry–A European Journal 2 (1), 75-82, 1996
3151996
Some guidelines for the design of anion receptors
V Amendola, M Bonizzoni, D Esteban-Gomez, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, ...
Coordination chemistry reviews 250 (11-12), 1451-1470, 2006
2872006
Anion‐Induced Urea Deprotonation
M Boiocchi, L Del Boca, D Esteban‐Gˇmez, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 11 (10), 3097-3104, 2005
2612005
An anthracene‐based fluorescent sensor for transition metal ions
L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, P Pallavicini, A Perotti, D Sacchi
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 33 (19), 1975-1977, 1994
2361994
Molecular switches of fluorescence operating through metal centred redox couples
R Bergonzi, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, C Mangano
Coordination chemistry reviews 170 (1), 31-46, 1998
2311998
Sensing of transition metals through fluorescence quenching or enhancement. A review
L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, P Pallavicini, D Sacchi, A Taglietti
Analyst 121 (12), 1763-1768, 1996
1641996
Molecular events switched by transition metals
V Amendola, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, C Mangano, P Pallavicini, L Parodi, ...
Coordination chemistry reviews 190, 649-669, 1999
1191999
Vinylic Polymerization of Norbornene by Late Transition Metal‐Based Catalysis
MC Sacchi, M Sonzogni, S Losio, F Forlini, P Locatelli, I Tritto, M Licchelli
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 202 (10), 2052-2058, 2001
1132001
A fluorescent chemosensor for the copper (II) ion
G De Santis, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, C Mangano, D Sacchi, N Sardone
Inorganica chimica acta 257 (1), 69-76, 1997
1111997
A fluorescent molecular thermometer based on the nickel (II) high-spin/low-spin interconversion
M Engeser, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, D Sacchi
Chemical Communications, 1191-1192, 1999
981999
Controllable intramolecular motions that generate fluorescent signals for a metal scorpionate complex
L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, P Pallavicini, L Parodi
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 37 (6), 800-802, 1998
931998
Fluorescence sensing of ionic analytes in water: From transition metal ions to Vitamin B13
L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, F Mancin, M Pizzeghello, G Rabaioli, A Taglietti, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 8 (1), 94-101, 2002
922002
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