Paola Ceroni
Paola Ceroni
Professor, Department of Chemistry "G. Ciamician", University of Bologna
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Dendrimers and other dendritic polymers
JMJ Frechet, DA Tomalia
Wiley, 2001
20102001
Ru (II)-bipyridine complexes in supramolecular systems, devices and machines
V Balzani, G Bergamini, F Marchioni, P Ceroni
Coordination chemistry reviews 250 (11-12), 1254-1266, 2006
2762006
Dendrimers based on photoactive metal complexes. Recent advances
V Balzani, P Ceroni, A Juris, M Venturi, S Campagna, F Puntoriero, ...
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 219, 545-572, 2001
2732001
Photochemistry and photophysics: concepts, research, applications
V Balzani, P Ceroni, A Juris
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
2472014
Luminescent lanthanide ions hosted in a fluorescent polylysin dendrimer. Antenna-like sensitization of visible and near-infrared emission
V Vicinelli, P Ceroni, M Maestri, V Balzani, M Gorka, F Vögtle
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (22), 6461-6468, 2002
2402002
Light‐Harvesting Dendrimers: Efficient Intra‐and Intermolecular Energy‐Transfer Processes in a Species Containing 65 Chromophoric Groups of Four Different Types
U Hahn, M Gorka, F Vögtle, V Vicinelli, P Ceroni, M Maestri, V Balzani
Angewandte Chemie 114 (19), 3747-3750, 2002
2252002
Light-harvesting dendrimers
V Balzani, P Ceroni, M Maestri, V Vicinelli
Current opinion in chemical biology 7 (6), 657-665, 2003
2132003
Rigidification or interaction-induced phosphorescence of organic molecules
M Baroncini, G Bergamini, P Ceroni
Chemical Communications 53 (13), 2081-2093, 2017
1942017
Dendrimers as fluorescent sensors with signal amplification
V Balzani, P Ceroni, S Gestermann, C Kauffmann, M Gorka, F Vögtle
Chemical Communications, 853-854, 2000
1762000
Photoinduced reversible switching of porosity in molecular crystals based on star-shaped azobenzene tetramers
M Baroncini, S d'Agostino, G Bergamini, P Ceroni, A Comotti, P Sozzani, ...
Nature chemistry 7 (8), 634-640, 2015
1702015
Turn-on phosphorescence by metal coordination to a multivalent terpyridine ligand: a new paradigm for luminescent sensors
A Fermi, G Bergamini, M Roy, M Gingras, P Ceroni
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (17), 6395-6400, 2014
1672014
Coordination of Co2+ ions in the interior of poly (propylene amine) dendrimers containing fluorescent dansyl units in the periphery
F Vögtle, S Gestermann, C Kauffmann, P Ceroni, V Vicinelli, V Balzani
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (42), 10398-10404, 2000
1562000
Energy Up‐Conversion by Low‐Power Excitation: New Applications of an Old Concept
P Ceroni
Chemistry–A European Journal 17 (35), 9560-9564, 2011
1522011
Luminescent dendrimers. Recent advances
V Balzani, P Ceroni, M Maestri, C Saudan, V Vicinelli
Dendrimers V, 159-191, 2003
1502003
Synthesis of a covalent monolayer sheet by photochemical anthracene dimerization at the air/water interface and its mechanical characterization by AFM indentation
P Payamyar, K Kaja, C Ruiz‐Vargas, A Stemmer, DJ Murray, CJ Johnson, ...
Advanced materials 26 (13), 2052-2058, 2014
1442014
Photoswitchable dendritic hosts: a dendrimer with peripheral azobenzene groups
F Puntoriero, P Ceroni, V Balzani, G Bergamini, F Vögtle
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (35), 10714-10719, 2007
1432007
Luminescence as a tool to investigate dendrimer properties
P Ceroni, G Bergamini, F Marchioni, V Balzani
Progress in polymer science 30 (3-4), 453-473, 2005
1412005
Photoinduced Electron Transfer in a Tris(2,2′‐bipyridine)‐C60‐ruthenium(II) Dyad: Evidence of Charge Recombination to a Fullerene Excited State
M Maggini, DM Guldi, S Mondini, G Scorrano, F Paolucci, P Ceroni, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 4 (10), 1992-2000, 1998
1391998
Old Molecules, New Concepts: [Ru(bpy)3]2+ as a Molecular Encoder–Decoder
P Ceroni, G Bergamini, V Balzani
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (45), 8516-8518, 2009
1372009
Intelligent materials
M Shahinpoor, HJ Schneider
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008
1372008
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