Christophe Lavenn

2015 Kyoto University, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu, Japan 
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Attfield M, Au VK, Brammer L, et al. (2021) Fundamental studies and design of MOFs: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
Addicoat M, Au VK, Brammer L, et al. (2021) Commercialisation and applications: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
Addicoat M, Bennett TD, Brammer L, et al. (2021) Materials breaking the rules: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
Lavenn C, Guillou N, Monge M, et al. (2016) Shedding light on an ultra-bright photoluminescent lamellar gold thiolate coordination polymer [Au(p-SPhCO2Me)]n. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 52: 9063-6
Rousseau G, Lavenn C, Cardenas L, et al. (2015) One-pot synthesis of sub-3 nm gold nanoparticle networks connected by thio-based multidentate fullerene adducts. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 51: 6730-3
Lavenn C, Okhrimenko L, Guillou N, et al. (2015) A luminescent double helical gold(i)–thiophenolate coordination polymer obtained by hydrothermal synthesis or by thermal solid-state amorphous-to-crystalline isomerization Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 3: 4115-4125
Lavenn C, Demessence A, Tuel A. (2015) Au 25 (SPh- p NH 2 ) 17 nanoclusters deposited on SBA-15 as catalysts for aerobic benzyl alcohol oxidation Journal of Catalysis. 322: 130-138
Lavenn C, Albrieux F, Tuel A, et al. (2014) Synthesis, characterization and optical properties of an amino-functionalized gold thiolate cluster: Au10(SPh-pNH2)10. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 418: 234-9
Lavenn C, Demessence A, Tuel A. (2014) Atomically well-defined Au25(SR)17/18 nanoclusters deposited on silica supports for the aerobic epoxidation of trans-stilbene Catalysis Today. 235: 72-78
Lavenn C, Albrieux F, Bergeret G, et al. (2012) Functionalized gold magic clusters: Au25(SPhNH2)17. Nanoscale. 4: 7334-7
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