U03, Piano: P04, Stanza: 4046
Piazza della Scienza 2 - 20126 MILANO
Tenured Assistant Professor
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  • Arrigoni, F., Filippi, G., Bertini, L., De Gioia, L., & Zampella, G. (In corso di stampa). On the reactivity of the most efficient iron-based catalyst for CO2 hydrogenation: a DFT picture. Intervento presentato a: International workshop “Interface between experimental and theoretical approaches to energy-related enzyme catalysis”, University College London, London, UK.
  • Arrigoni, F., Bertini, L., De Gioia, L., Zampella, G., Mazzoni, R., Cingolani, A., et al. (2020). On the importance of cyanide in diiron bridging carbyne complexes, unconventional [FeFe]-hydrogenase mimics without dithiolate: An electrochemical and DFT investigation. INORGANICA CHIMICA ACTA, 510.
  • Villa, A., Doglia, S., De Gioia, L., Bertini, L., & Natalello, A. (2019). Anomalous Intrinsic Fluorescence of HCl and NaOH Aqueous Solutions. THE JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS, 10(22), 7230-7236.
  • Arrigoni, F., Bertini, L., Bruschi, M., Greco, C., De Gioia, L., & Zampella, G. (2019). H2 Activation in [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Cofactor Versus Diiron Dithiolate Models: Factors Underlying the Catalytic Success of Nature and Implications for an Improved Biomimicry. CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL, 25(5), 1227-1241.
  • Arrigoni, F., Bertini, L., De Gioia, L., & Zampella, G. (2018). Quantum Chemistry serving biotechnologies: the interesting case of metalloenzyme active sites. In 1° WORKSHOP Abstracts del convegno I CHIMICI PER LE BIOTECNOLOGIE Bologna, 23 Febbraio 2018 Dipartimento di Chimica G. Ciamician (pp.5-5).