His primary areas of investigation include Organic chemistry, Photochemistry, Catalysis, Luminescence and Ligand. Organic chemistry is closely attributed to Surface modification in his work. His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography, Fluorene and Electron donor.
His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pyridine, Medicinal chemistry, Imidazole and Polymer chemistry. Silvio Quici combines subjects such as Nanotechnology, Molecule and Lanthanide with his study of Luminescence. His research in Lanthanide intersects with topics in Optoelectronics, Phenanthroline and Chromophore.
Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Photochemistry, Crystallography and Polymer chemistry are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Manganese, Phase, Medicinal chemistry and Aqueous solution in addition to Catalysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Luminescence, Fluorene, Electron donor, Photoluminescence and Absorption spectroscopy.
His Luminescence study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lanthanide and Phenanthroline. His research investigates the connection between Crystallography and topics such as Ligand that intersect with problems in Metal. His work investigates the relationship between Polymer chemistry and topics such as Hydrogen bond that intersect with problems in Intramolecular force.
Silvio Quici mainly investigates Photochemistry, Luminescence, Crystallography, Molecule and Lanthanide. Silvio Quici interconnects Fluorene, Quantum yield, Electron donor and Photoluminescence in the investigation of issues within Photochemistry. His Electron donor study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electron acceptor and Chromophore.
The concepts of his Luminescence study are interwoven with issues in White light, Stereochemistry, Aqueous solution and Mineralogy. His Crystallography study incorporates themes from Ligand, Inorganic chemistry, Ring and Self-assembly. His studies in Molecule integrate themes in fields like Porosity, Benzene and Stokes shift.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Photochemistry, Photoluminescence, Fluorene and Electrochemiluminescence. He has researched Nanotechnology in several fields, including Luminescence and Molecular wire, Molecule. His Luminescence research includes themes of Porosity, Lanthanide and Soft chemistry.
His Molecule research incorporates elements of Polystyrene, Polymer and Microporous material. The Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Phthalocyanine and Electrochemistry. His Photoluminescence study typically links adjacent topics like Chromophore.
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Fast and selective oxidation of primary alcohols to aldehydes or to carboxylic acids and of secondary alcohols to ketones mediated by oxoammonium salts under two-phase conditions
Pier Lucio Anelli;Carlo Biffi;Fernando Montanari;Silvio Quici.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1987)
Design of luminescent lanthanide complexes: From molecules to highly efficient photo-emitting materials
L. Armelao;S. Quici;F. Barigelletti;G. Accorsi.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2010)
Visible and near-infrared intense luminescence from water-soluble lanthanide [Tb(III), Eu(III), Sm(III), Dy(III), Pr(III), Ho(III), Yb(III), Nd(III), Er(III)] complexes.
Silvio Quici;Marco Cavazzini;Giovanni Marzanni;Gianluca Accorsi.
Inorganic Chemistry (2005)
Highly conductive ∼40-nm-long molecular wires assembled by stepwise incorporation of metal centres
Nunzio Tuccitto;Violetta Ferri;Marco Cavazzini;Silvio Quici.
Nature Materials (2009)
Copper-catalysed aerobic oxidation of alcohols using fluorous biphasic catalysis
Gianna Ragagnin;Bodo Betzemeier;Silvio Quici;Paul Knochel.
Kharasch and Metalloporphyrin Catalysis in the Functionalization of Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkylbenzenes by t-BuOOH. Free Radical Mechanisms, Solvent Effect, and Relationship with the Gif Reaction
F. Minisci;F. Fontana;S. Araneo;F. Recupero.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
Polymer-supported phase-transfer catalysts. High catalytic activity of ammonium and phosphonium quaternary salts bonded to a polystyrene matrix
Henriette Molinari;Fernando Montanari;Silvio Quici;Pietro Tundo.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1979)
Structural, spectral, electric-field-induced second harmonic, and theoretical study of Ni(II), Cu(II), Zn(II), and VO(II) complexes with [N2O2] unsymmetrical schiff bases of S-methylisothiosemicarbazide derivatives.
Julieta Gradinaru;Alessandra Forni;Vadim Druta;Francesca Tessore.
Inorganic Chemistry (2007)
Quadratic Hyperpolarizability Enhancement of para-Substituted Pyridines upon Coordination to Organometallic Moieties: The Ambivalent Donor or Acceptor Role of the Metal
Dominique Roberto;Renato Ugo;Silvia Bruni;Elena Cariati.
Highly Luminescent Eu3+ and Tb3+ Macrocyclic Complexes Bearing an Appended Phenanthroline Chromophore
Silvio Quici;Giovanni Marzanni;Marco Cavazzini;Pier Lucio Anelli.
Inorganic Chemistry (2002)
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