2 article(s) from Zanetti, Marco
FTIR analysis of βNS-CDI 1:4, before and after treatment for 4 h in H2O at 40 °C, synthesized with ...
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Thermogravimetric analysis of β-CD-based carbonate nanosponges, obtained through solution (DMF) and...
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Thermogravimetric analysis of α, β and γ-CD-based carbonate nanosponges, obtained through ball-mill...
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Adsorption of organic dyes by ball-mill synthesized β-CD-based carbonate nanosponges. Conditions: a...
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ζ-Potential of bm cyclodextrin nanosponges with relative STDev (mV).
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Hydrolysis of the imidazoyl carbonyl group in water at 40 °C.
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Nitrogen content in weight % in cyclodextrins NS-CDI from ball mill synthesis. a) comparison betwee...
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Simplified schematic reaction and procedure for obtaining the dye-functionalized βNS-CDI. Surface z...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020, 16, 1554–1563, doi:10.3762/bjoc.16.127
Synthetic routes to cyclodextrin nanosponges. (a) Cyclodextrin carbonate nanosponges. (b) Cyclodext...
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Molecular structure of cyclodextrin carbonate nanosponges.
TEM microphotograph of cyclodextrin carbonate nanosponge (magnification 46,000×).
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2012, 8, 2091–2099, doi:10.3762/bjoc.8.235
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