100 Years in Chemistry - DSCM students

100 Years in Chemistry - DSCM students

Gli allievi del 1° anno di dottorato DSCM celebreranno l'anniversario del premio Nobel conferito a Niels Bohr con l'iniziativa "Niels Bohr and the atomic model: 100 years from the Nobel...

Al Dott. Gianluca Casotti il premio C.I.N.M.P.I.S. per la miglior Tesi di dottorato 2022

Al Dott. Gianluca Casotti il premio  C.I.N.M.P.I.S. per la miglior Tesi di dottorato 2022

Il Dott. Gianluca Casotti, attualmente assegnista di ricerca presso i laboratori Molecolab/SoS&PePsy del nostro dipartimento DCCI, è stato premiato dal C.I.N.M.P.I.S., Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale di ricerca in Metodologie e Processi...

Bando per il 38° ciclo - Call for 38th cycle

Bando per il 38° ciclo - Call for 38th cycle

Il bando per il 38° ciclo del Dottorato è stato pubblicato sul sito UNIPI https://dottorato.unipi.it/index.php/it/concorsi-d-ammissione-a-a-2022-2023/item/667.html con scadenza 8 Agosto.The call for the 38th cycle of the PhD has been published...


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iron gall inkCongratulations to our PhD student Adele Ferretti for her publication entitled "A model iron gall ink: an indepth study of ageing processes involving gallic acid". Iron gall inks have been among the most used writing materials, thus representing an important element of historical and artistic heritage of our society. Conversely, many conservation issues arise from the presence of iron gall inks in manuscripts and drawings, as a conspicuous fading of the text and paper acidification and degradation.

arylation azolesCongratulations to our Ph.D. student Elisabetta Rosadoni for her publication "Ligandless Palladium-Catalyzed Direct C-5 Arylation of Azoles Promoted by Benzoic Acid in Anisole" on Molecules. In this paper we report a selective C-5 arylation procedure involving anisole as an EHS green reaction solvent. In addition, the beneficial role of benzoic acid in this reaction as an additive is also highlighted. The palladium-catalyzed direct arylation of azoles with (hetero)aryl halides is nowadays one of the most versatile and efficient procedures for the selective synthesis of heterobiaryls.

acidic dessCongratulations to our Ph.D. student Marco Rollo for his scientific publication entitled "Depolymerization of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) under mild conditions by Lewis/Brønsted acidic deep eutectic solvents" in Chemical Engineering Journal. Bifunctional Lewis/Brønsted acidic DESs composed of FeCl3⋅6H2O, cheap and scarcely toxic, in combination with a variety of acids, both mineral and organic, have been prepared for PET depolymerization. LBDES formed with methanesulfonic acid and para-toluenesulfonic acid are capable of quantitatively depolymerizing PET under mild conditions, with a temperature of 100 °C and a reaction time of 1 h, affording high purity terephthalic acid in high yield.

pigment waterborneCongratulations to our Ph.D. student Alberto Picchi for his publication entitled: “Waterborne Acrylic Resin Containing Luminescent Eu3+ Pigments for Luminescent Solar Concentrators”. Promising semi-transparent thin-film LSCs are obtained by drop-casting a dispersion of a commercially available Eu3+ chelate pigment in an aqueous acrylic resin.

dalton binacchiCongratulations to our Ph.D. student Francesca Binacchi for her scientific publication entitled “A biophysical study of the interactions of palladium(II), platinum(II) and gold(III) complexes of aminopyridyl-2,2′-bipyridine ligands with RNAs and other nucleic acid structures” in Dalton Transactions. Metal compounds form an attractive class of ligands for a variety of nucleic acids. Five metal complexes bearing aminopyridyl-2,2′-bipyridine tetra dentate ligands and possessing a quasi-planar geometry were challenged toward different types of nucleic acid molecules including RNA polynucleotides in duplex or triplex form, an RNA Holliday four-way junction, natural double helix DNA and DNA G-quadruplex.

ruthenium anticancer mitochondriaCongratulations to our Ph.D. student Alberto Gobbo for his scientific publication entitled “Ruthenium (II)–Tris-pyrazolylmethane Complexes Inhibit Cancer Cell Growth by Disrupting Mitochondrial Calcium Homeostasis” in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. Studies on the medicinal potential of ruthenium complexes containing a tridentate tris(1-pyrazolyl)methane ligand are almost absent in the literature. A straightforward route to access a family of novel, robust and water-soluble cationic ruthenium(II)–tpm complexes was developed. One key ligand modulates both the amphiphilic character and the strength of the ruthenium–chloride bond, which may be implicated in the activation mechanism.

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