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Francesco Giacalone
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Fullerene polymers: synthesis and properties
F Giacalone, N Martin
Chemical reviews 106 (12), 5136-5190, 2006
4752006
Supported proline and proline-derivatives as recyclable organocatalysts
M Gruttadauria, F Giacalone, R Noto
Chemical Society Reviews 37 (8), 1666-1688, 2008
4652008
Water in stereoselective organocatalytic reactions
M Gruttadauria, F Giacalone, R Noto
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 351 (1‐2), 33-57, 2009
3572009
Low-loading asymmetric organocatalysis
F Giacalone, M Gruttadauria, P Agrigento, R Noto
Chemical Society Reviews 41 (6), 2406-2447, 2012
3312012
Exceptionally small attenuation factors in molecular wires
F Giacalone, JL Segura, N Martín, DM Guldi
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (17), 5340-5341, 2004
2152004
Diphenylmethanofullerenes: new and efficient acceptors in bulk‐heterojunction solar cells
I Riedel, E von Hauff, J Parisi, N Martín, F Giacalone, V Dyakonov
Advanced Functional Materials 15 (12), 1979-1987, 2005
2002005
Polystyrene-supported proline and prolinamide. Versatile heterogeneous organocatalysts both for asymmetric aldol reaction in water and α-selenenylation of aldehydes
F Giacalone, M Gruttadauria, AM Marculescu, R Noto
Tetrahedron letters 48 (2), 255-259, 2007
1622007
Electronic Communication through π‐Conjugated Wires in Covalently Linked Porphyrin/C60 Ensembles
G de la Torre, F Giacalone, JL Segura, N Martín, DM Guldi
Chemistry–A European Journal 11 (4), 1267-1280, 2005
1592005
New concepts and applications in the macromolecular chemistry of fullerenes
F Giacalone, N Martín
Advanced Materials 22 (38), 4220-4248, 2010
1352010
Probing Molecular Wires: Synthesis, Structural, and Electronic Study of Donor–Acceptor Assemblies Exhibiting Long‐Range Electron Transfer
F Giacalone, JL Segura, N Martín, J Ramey, DM Guldi
Chemistry–A European Journal 11 (16), 4819-4834, 2005
1292005
New simple hydrophobic proline derivatives as highly active and stereoselective catalysts for the direct asymmetric aldol reaction in aqueous medium
F Giacalone, M Gruttadauria, PL Meo, S Riela, R Noto
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 350 (17), 2747-2760, 2008
1272008
Novel prolinamide‐supported polystyrene as highly stereoselective and recyclable organocatalyst for the aldol reaction
M Gruttadauria, F Giacalone, AM Marculescu, R Noto
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 350 (9), 1397-1405, 2008
1112008
Hydrophobically Directed Aldol Reactions: Polystyrene‐Supported L‐Proline as a Recyclable Catalyst for Direct Asymmetric Aldol Reactions in the Presence of Water
M Gruttadauria, F Giacalone, A Mossuto Marculescu, P Lo Meo, S Riela, ...
European journal of organic chemistry 2007 (28), 4688-4698, 2007
1092007
Covalently supported ionic liquid phases: an advanced class of recyclable catalytic systems
F Giacalone, M Gruttadauria
ChemCatChem 8 (4), 664-684, 2016
1032016
Fullerene polymers: synthesis, properties and applications
M Prato
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
1032009
Single-walled carbon nanotube–polyamidoamine dendrimer hybrids for heterogeneous catalysis
F Giacalone, V Campisciano, C Calabrese, V La Parola, Z Syrgiannis, ...
ACS nano 10 (4), 4627-4636, 2016
1012016
“Release and catch” catalytic systems
M Gruttadauria, F Giacalone, R Noto
Green chemistry 15 (10), 2608-2618, 2013
1012013
Palladium Supported on Cross‐Linked Imidazolium Network on Silica as Highly Sustainable Catalysts for the Suzuki Reaction under Flow Conditions
C Pavia, E Ballerini, LA Bivona, F Giacalone, C Aprile, L Vaccaro, ...
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 355 (10), 2007-2018, 2013
1002013
New ionic liquid-modified silica gels as recyclable materials for l-proline-or H–Pro–Pro–Asp–NH 2-catalyzed aldol reaction
C Aprile, F Giacalone, M Gruttadauria, AM Marculescu, R Noto, JD Revell, ...
Green Chemistry 9 (12), 1328-1334, 2007
962007
Multi‐Layered, Covalently Supported Ionic Liquid Phase (mlc‐SILP) as Highly Cross‐Linked Support for Recyclable Palladium Catalysts for the Suzuki Reaction in Aqueous Medium
M Gruttadauria, LF Liotta, AMP Salvo, F Giacalone, V La Parola, C Aprile, ...
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 353 (11‐12), 2119-2130, 2011
872011
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