benoit colasson

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univ paris descartes 
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Inthasot A, Brunetti E, Lejeune M, et al. (2016) Kinetic and Thermodynamic Stabilization of Metal Complexes by Introverted Coordination in a Calix[6]azacryptand Chemistry - a European Journal
Rebilly JN, Colasson B, Bistri O, et al. (2015) Biomimetic cavity-based metal complexes Chemical Society Reviews. 44: 467-489
Danjou PE, De Leener G, Cornut D, et al. (2015) Supramolecular Assistance for the Selective Demethylation of Calixarene-Based Receptors Journal of Organic Chemistry. 80: 5084-5091
Colasson B, Credi A, Ragazzon G. (2015) Light-driven molecular machines based on ruthenium(II) polypyridine complexes: Strategies and recent advances Coordination Chemistry Reviews
Schäfer C, Ragazzon G, Colasson B, et al. (2015) An Artificial Molecular Transporter Chemistryopen
LePoul N, Colasson B. (2015) Electrochemically and Chemically Induced Redox Processes in Molecular Machines Chemelectrochem. 2: 475-496
Rebilly JN, Hessani A, Colasson B, et al. (2014) A versatile strategy for appending a single functional group to a multifunctional host through host-guest covalent-capture Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry. 12: 7780-7785
Brugnara A, Topić F, Rissanen K, et al. (2014) Selective recognition of fluoride anion in water by a copper(ii) center embedded in a hydrophobic cavity Chemical Science. 5: 3897-3904
Brugnara A, Fusaro L, Luhmer M, et al. (2014) An induced-fit process through mechanical pivoting of aromatic walls in host-guest chemistry of calix[6]arene aza-cryptands Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry. 12: 2754-2760
Maurin A, Varatharajan S, Colasson B, et al. (2014) A water-soluble calix[4]arene-based ligand for the selective linear coordination and stabilization of copper(I) ion in aerobic conditions Organic Letters. 16: 5426-5429
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