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Citations

  • Total citations       80

N. Krivoňáková – A. Šoltýsová – M. Tamáš – Z. Takáč – J. Krahulec – A. Ficek – M. Gál – M. Gall – M. Fehér – A. Krivjanská – I. Horáková – N. Belišová – A. Butor Škulcová – P. Bímová – T. Mackuľak: Mathematical modeling based on RT‑qPCR analysis of SARS‑CoV‑2 in wastewater as a tool for epidemiology. Scientific Reports, no. art. no. 19456, vol. 11, pp. 1–10, 2021.
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  • Cluzel, Nicolas – Courbariaux, Marie – Wang, Siyun – Moulin, Laurent – Wurtzer, Sebastien – Bertrand, Isabelle – Laurent, Karine – Monfort, Patrick – Gantzer, Christophe – Le Guyader, Soizick – Boni, Mickael – Mouchel, Jean-Marie – Marechal, Vincent – Nuel, Gregory – Maday, Yvon – Obepine Consortium: A nationwide indicator to smooth and normalize heterogeneous SARS-CoV-2 RNA data in wastewater. Environment International, no. 106998, vol. 158, 2022.
M. Malček – B. Vénosová – I. Jelemenská – J. Kožíšek – M. Gall – L. Bučinský: Coordination bonding in dicopper and dichromium tetrakis(mu-acetato)-diaqua complexes: Nature, strength, length, and topology. Journal of Computational Chemistry, no. 7, vol. 41, pp. 698–714, 2020.
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  • Dong, Z.-Q. – Yang, J.-H. – Liu, B.: Chromous carbonates containing a square-grid layer of {Cr2(CO3)4}: N 4 n -Based on a dichromium(ii,ii) paddlewheel core. Dalton Transactions, no. 7, vol. 50, pp. 2387-2392, 2021.
T. Csanádi – M. Gall – M. Vojtko – A. Kovalčíková – M. Hnatko – J. Dusza – P. Šajgalík: Micro scale fracture strength of grains and grain boundaries in polycrystalline La-doped β-Si3N4 ceramics. Journal of the European Ceramic Society, no. 14, vol. 40, pp. 4783–4791, 2020.
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  • Mollaei, Z. – Kermani, F. – Moosavi, F. – Kargozar, S. – Khakhi, J.V. – Mollazadeh, S.: In silico study and experimental evaluation of the solution combustion synthesized manganese oxide (MnO2) nanoparticles. Ceramics International, no. 2, vol. 48, pp. 1659-1672, 2022.
  • Lee, C.-E. – Kim, M.-J. – Park, Y.-J. – Ko, J.-W. – Kim, H.-N. – Bae, S.: The effect of silicon particle size on the characteristics of porous sintered reaction bonded silicon nitride. International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials, no. 105647, vol. 101, 2021.
  • Yang, P. – Wu, S. – Wu, H. – Lu, D. – Zou, W. – Chu, L. – Shao, Y. – Wu, S.: Prediction of bending strength of Si3N4 using machine learning. Ceramics International, no. 17, vol. 47, pp. 23919-23926, 2021.
  • Emdadi, A. – Asle Zaeem, M.: Phase-field modeling of crack propagation in polycrystalline materials. Computational Materials Science, no. 110057, vol. 186, 2021.
P. Herich – L. Bučinský – M. Breza – M. Gall – M. Fronc – V. Petříček – J. Kožíšek: Electronic structure of two isostructural “paddle-wheel” complexes: a comparative study.. Acta Crystallographica Section B-Structural Science, no. 6, vol. 74, pp. 681–692, 2018.
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  • Scatena, R. – Guntern, Y.T. – Macchi, P.: Electron Density and Dielectric Properties of Highly Porous MOFs: Binding and Mobility of Guest Molecules in Cu3(BTC)2 and Zn3(BTC)2. Journal of the American Chemical Society, no. 23, vol. 141, pp. 9382-9390, 2019.
  • Scatena, R. – Johnson, R.D. – Manuel, P. – Macchi, P.: Formate-mediated magnetic superexchange in the model hybrid perovskite [(CH3)2NH2]Cu(HCOO)3. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, no. 37, vol. 8, pp. 12840-12847, 2020.
  • Healy, C. – Patil, K.M. – Wilson, B.H. – Hermanspahn, L. – Harvey-Reid, N.C. – Howard, B.I. – Kleinjan, C. – Kolien, J. – Payet, F. – Telfer, S.G. – Kruger, P.E. – Bennett, T.D.: The thermal stability of metal-organic frameworks. Coordination Chemistry Reviews, no. 213388, vol. 419, 2020.
  • Scatena, R. – Johnson, R.D. – Manuel, P. – Macchi, P.: Formate-mediated magnetic superexchange in the model hybrid perovskite [(CH3)2NH2]Cu(HCOO)3. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, no. 37, vol. 8, pp. 12840-12847, 2020.
  • Torubaev, Y.V. – Skabitsky, I.V.: A new supramolecular heterosynthon [C-IOC(carboxylate)] at work: Engineering copper acetate cocrystals. CrystEngComm, no. 40, vol. 22, pp. 6661-6673, 2020.
  • Sarmah, N. – Baruah, S. – Malakar, A. – Chakrabortty, M. – Banik, B. – Das, B.K.: Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial properties of [Cu2(μ-O2CC9H19)4(4-CNpy)2]. Asian Journal of Chemistry, no. 2, vol. 33, pp. 453-458, 2021.
  • Scatena, R. – Guntern, Y.T. – Macchi, P.: Electron Density and Dielectric Properties of Highly Porous MOFs: Binding and Mobility of Guest Molecules in Cu3(BTC)2 and Zn3(BTC)2. Journal of the American Chemical Society, no. 23, vol. 141, pp. 9382-9390, 2019.
A. Soroceanu – M. Cazacu – S. Shova – C. Turta – J. Kožíšek – M. Gall – M. Breza – P. Rapta – T. Mac Leod – A. Pombeiro – J. Telser – A. Dobrov – V. Arion: Copper(II) Complexes with Schiff Bases Containing a Disiloxane Unit: Synthesis, Structure, Bonding Features and Catalytic Activity for Aerobic Oxidation of Benzyl Alcohol. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, pp. 1458–1474, 2013.
  • Number of citations       30
  • Zhang, G. – Li, L. – Yang, C. – Liu, E. – Golen, J.A. – Rheingold, A.L.: Copper(II) complexes derived from bidentate N,O-ligands for catalytic aerobic oxidation. Inorganic Chemistry Communications, vol. 51, pp. 13-16, 2015.
  • Zhang, G. – Proni, G. – Zhao, S. – Constable, E.C. – Housecroft, C.E. – Neuburger, M. – Zampese, J.A.: Chiral tetranuclear and dinuclear copper(ii) complexes for TEMPO-mediated aerobic oxidation of alcohols: Are four metal centres better than two?. Dalton Transactions, no. 32, vol. 43, pp. 12313-12320, 2014.
  • Guan, J. – Liu, J.: A Copper(II) Schiff base complex immobilized onto SBA-15 silica for selective oxidation of benzyl alcohol. Transition Metal Chemistry, no. 2, vol. 39, pp. 233-238, 2014.
  • Guan, J. – Liu, J.: Bis(8-quinolinolato)copper(II) immobilized onto amino-modified SBA-15 for the selective oxidation of benzyl alcohol. Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis, no. 2, vol. 111, pp. 751-761, 2014.
  • Freitag, L. – Knecht, S. – Keller, S.F. – Delcey, M.G. – Aquilante, F. – Bondo Pedersen, T. – Lindh, R. – Reiher, M. – González, L.: Orbital entanglement and CASSCF analysis of the Ru-NO bond in a Ruthenium nitrosyl complex. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, no. 22, vol. 17, pp. 14383-14392, 2015.
  • Gaona, M.A. – Montilla, F. – Álvarez, E. – Galindo, A.: Synthesis, characterization and structure of nickel and copper compounds containing ligands derived from keto-enehydrazines and their catalytic application for aerobic oxidation of alcohols. Dalton Transactions, no. 14, vol. 44, pp. 6516-6525, 2015.
  • Chen, T. – Cai, C.: Selective Oxidation of Benzyl Alcohols to Aldehydes with a Salophen Copper(II) Complex and tert-Butyl Hydroperoxide at Room Temperature. Synthetic Communications, no. 11, vol. 45, pp. 1334-1341, 2015.
  • Das, O. – Paine, T.K.: Copper catalysts for aerobic oxidation of alcohols. RSC Green Chemistry, no. 28, vol. 2015-January, pp. 40-69, 2015.
  • Han, S. – Wang, Y.: Synthesis, structural characterization and catalytic oxidation property of schiff base copper(II) complexes. Journal of the Chilean Chemical Society, no. 4, vol. 59, pp. 2753-2755, 2015.
  • Lu, P. – Yu, Y.-H. – Chen, Z.-J. – Hou, G.-F. – Chen, Y.-M. – Ma, D.-S. – Gao, J.-S. – Gong, X.-F.: Syntheses, structures, catalytic and antitumor activities of a series of pyrimidine derivatives coordination complexes. Synthetic Metals, vol. 203, pp. 164-173, 2015.
  • Huidobro-Meezs, I.L. – Segovia-Poncelis, M. – Barquera-Lozada, J.E.: The Role of Bulkiness in Haptotropic Shifts of Metal–Cumulene Complexes. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, no. 26, vol. 2016, pp. 4226-4233, 2016.
  • Novak, M.S. – Büchel, G.E. – Keppler, B.K. – Jakupec, M.A.: Biological properties of novel ruthenium- and osmium-nitrosyl complexes with azole heterocycles. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, no. 3, vol. 21, pp. 347-356, 2016.
  • Castellarin, A. – Zorzet, S. – Bergamo, A. – Sava, G.: Pharmacological activities of ruthenium complexes related to their NO scavenging properties. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, no. 8, vol. 17, 2016.
  • Benferrah, N. – Hammadi, M. – Philouze, C. – Berthiol, F. – Thomas, F.: Copper(II) complex of a Schiff base of dehydroacetic acid: Characterization and aerobic oxidation of benzyl alcohol. Inorganic Chemistry Communications, vol. 72, pp. 17-22, 2016.
  • Clarke, R.M. – Herasymchuk, K. – Storr, T.: Electronic structure elucidation in oxidized metal–salen complexes. Coordination Chemistry Reviews, vol. 352, pp. 67-82, 2017.
  • Antony, R. – Marimuthu, R. – Vishnoi, P. – Murugavel, R.: Ethoxysilane appended M(II) complexes and their SiO2/MCM-41 supported forms as catalysts for efficient oxidation of secondary alcohols. Inorganica Chimica Acta, vol. 469, pp. 173-182, 2018.
  • del Mar Conejo, M. – Cantero, J. – Pastor, A. – Álvarez, E. – Galindo, A.: Synthesis, structure and properties of nickel and copper complexes containing N,O-hydrazone Schiff base ligand. Inorganica Chimica Acta, vol. 470, pp. 113-118, 2018.
  • Chaudhary, N.K. – Mishra, P.: Metal Complexes of a Novel Schiff Base Based on Penicillin: Characterization, Molecular Modeling, and Antibacterial Activity Study. Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications, no. 6927675, vol. 2017, 2017.
  • Conejo, M.D.M. – Ávila, P. – Álvarez, E. – Galindo, A.: Synthesis and structure of nickel and copper complexes containing the N-allyl-o-hydroxyacetophenoniminato ligand and the application of copper complex as catalyst for aerobic alcohol oxidations. Inorganica Chimica Acta, vol. 455, pp. 638-644, 2017.
  • Racles, C. – Zaltariov, M.-F. – Iacob, M. – Silion, M. – Avadanei, M. – Bargan, A.: Siloxane-based metal–organic frameworks with remarkable catalytic activity in mild environmental photodegradation of azo dyes. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 205, pp. 78-92, 2017.
  • do Pim, W.D. – Ribeiro-Santos, T.A. – Jardim, I.S. – de Castro, M.C.M. – Braga, A.H. – do Nascimento, G.M. – Binatti, I. – Stumpf, H.O. – Lorençon, E. – Araujo, M.H. – Pereira, C.L.M.: Bistable copper(II) metallosurfactant as molecular machine for the preparation of hybrid silica-based porous materials. Materials and Design, vol. 160, pp. 876-885, 2018.
  • Mohapatra, R.K. – Das, P.K. – Pradhan, M.K. – Maihub, A.A. – El-ajaily, M.M.: Biological aspects of Schiff base–metal complexes derived from benzaldehydes: an overview. Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society, no. 10, vol. 15, pp. 2193-2227, 2018.
  • Saxena, P. – Murugavel, R.: Bulky 2,6-dibenzhydryl-4-methylphenyl β-diiminato derived complexes of Pd(II) and Cu(II): Efficient catalysts for Suzuki coupling and alcohol oxidation. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, vol. 868, pp. 76-85, 2018.
  • Mahmoud, W.H. – Mohamed, G.G. – El-Sayed, O.Y.: Coordination compounds of some transition metal ions with new Schiff base ligand derived from dibenzoyl methane. Structural characterization, thermal behavior, molecular structure, antimicrobial, anticancer activity and molecular docking studies. Applied Organometallic Chemistry, no. 2, vol. 32, 2018.
  • Miller, S.A. – Bisset, K.A. – Leadbeater, N.E. – Eddy, N.A.: Catalytic Oxidation of Alcohols Using a 2,2,6,6-Tetramethylpiperidine-N-hydroxyammonium Cation. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, no. 6, vol. 2019, pp. 1413-1417, 2019.
  • Beyramabadi, S.A. – Saadat-Far, M. – Faraji-Shovey, A. – Javan-Khoshkholgh, M. – Morsali, A.: Synthesis, experimental and computational characterizations of a new quinoline derived Schiff base and its Mn(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II) complexes. Journal of Molecular Structure, no. 127898, vol. 1208, 2020.
  • Yavari, M. – Beyramabadi, S.A. – Morsali, A. – Reza Bozorgmehr, M.: (E)-4-(((2-Amino-5-chlorophenyl)imino)methyl)-5-(hydroxymethyl)-2-methylpyridin-3-ol and its Cu(II) complex: Synthesis, DFT calculations and AIM analysis. Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, no. 8, vol. 85, pp. 1033-1046, 2020.
  • Barma, A. – Bhattacharjee, A. – Roy, P.: Dinuclear Copper(II) Complexes with N,O Donor Ligands: Partial Ligand Hydrolysis and Alcohol Oxidation Catalysis. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, no. 23, vol. 2021, pp. 2284-2292, 2021.
  • Salih, K.S.M. – Shraim, A.M. – Al-Mhini, S.R. – Al-Soufi, R.E. – Warad, I.: New tetradentate Schiff base Cu(II) complexes: synthesis, physicochemical, chromotropism, fluorescence, thermal, and selective catalytic oxidation. Emergent Materials, no. 2, vol. 4, pp. 423-434, 2021.
  • Bracci, M. – Bruzzese, P.C. – Famulari, A. – Fioco, D. – Guidetti, A. – Liao, Y.-K. – Podvorica, L. – Rezayi, S.F. – Serra, I. – Thangavel, K. – Murphy, D.M.: Paramagnetic species in catalysis research: A unified approach towards (the role of EPR in) heterogeneous, homogeneous and enzyme catalysis. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, vol. 27, pp. 1-46, 2021.
L. Bučinský – G. Büchel – R. Ponec – P. Rapta – M. Breza – J. Kožíšek – M. Gall – S. Biskupič – M. Fronc – K. Schiessl – O. Cuzan – D. Prodius – C. Turta – S. Shova – D. Zajac – V. Arion: On the electronic structure of mer,trans-[RuCl3(1H-indazole)2(NO)], a hypothetical metabolite of the antitumor drug sandidate KP1019: an experimental and DFT study. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, pp. 2505–2519, 2013.
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  • Freitag, L. – Knecht, S. – Keller, S.F. – Delcey, M.G. – Aquilante, F. – Bondo Pedersen, T. – Lindh, R. – Reiher, M. – González, L.: Orbital entanglement and CASSCF analysis of the Ru-NO bond in a Ruthenium nitrosyl complex. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, no. 22, vol. 17, pp. 14383-14392, 2015.
  • Oszajca, M. – Mrugała, B. – Brindell, M.: Aqueous behavior and reactivity towards nitric oxide of NAMI-A type complexes bearing bulky N-heterocyclic ligands. Inorganica Chimica Acta, vol. 460, pp. 119-126, 2017.
  • Castellarin, A. – Zorzet, S. – Bergamo, A. – Sava, G.: Pharmacological activities of ruthenium complexes related to their NO scavenging properties. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, no. 8, vol. 17, 2016.
  • Oszajca, M. – Kuliś, E. – Stochel, G. – Brindell, M.: Interaction of the NAMI-A complex with nitric oxide under physiological conditions. New Journal of Chemistry, no. 8, vol. 38, pp. 3386-3394, 2014.
  • Li, H. – Wang, D. – Zhao, X. – Lu, L.-N. – Liu, C. – Gong, L.-D. – Zhao, D.-X. – Yang, Z.-Z.: Reaction mechanism of NO with hydrolysates of NAMI-A: an MD simulation by combining the QM/MM(ABEEM) with the MD-FEP method. Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2018.
  • Li, H. – Wang, D. – Zhao, X. – Lu, L.-N. – Liu, C. – Gong, L.-D. – Zhao, D.-X. – Yang, Z.-Z.: Reaction mechanism of NO with hydrolysates of NAMI-A: an MD simulation by combining the QM/MM(ABEEM) with the MD-FEP method. Journal of Computational Chemistry, no. 10, vol. 40, pp. 1141-1150, 2019.
  • Freitag, L. – Lindenbauer, L. – Oppel, M. – González, L.: A Density Matrix Renormalization Group Study of the Low-Lying Excited States of a Molybdenum Carbonyl-Nitrosyl Complex. ChemPhysChem, no. 22, vol. 22, pp. 2371-2377, 2021.
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  • Stewart, Frederick F.: Phosphazenes. In Organophosphorus Chemistry, Vol 43, pp. 366-412, 2014.
  • Nikovskii, I.A. – Chistyakov, E.M. – Tupikov, A.S.: Phosphazene-Containing Ligands and Complexes on Their Base. Russian Journal of General Chemistry, no. 3, vol. 88, pp. 474-494, 2018.
  • Vidal, A. – Battistin, F. – Milani, B. – Balducci, G. – Alessio, E.: Stereoisomeric Control in [RuCl2(PTA)2(2L)] Complexes (2L=2py or bpy): From Theoretical Calculations to a 2+2 Metallacycle of Pyridylporphyrins. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, no. 4, vol. 2021, pp. 321-334, 2021.
  • Kaviani, S. – Shahab, S. – Sheikhi, M. – Khaleghian, M. – Al Saud, S.: Characterization of the binding affinity between some anti-Parkinson agents and Mn2+, Fe3+ and Zn2+ metal ions: A DFT insight. Inorganic Chemistry Communications, no. 108582, vol. 128, 2021.
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  • Khatri, P.K. – Jain, S.L.: Multiple oxo-vanadium schiff base containing cyclotriphosphazene as a robust heterogeneous catalyst for regioselective oxidation of naphthols and phenols to quinones. Catalysis Letters, no. 8, vol. 142, pp. 1020-1025, 2012.
  • Yang, Y.: Metal-ligand coordination in subphthalocyanines and phthalocyanines: DFT, AIM and ELF analyses. Polyhedron, no. 1, vol. 33, pp. 310-318, 2012.
  • Uslu, A. – Güvenaltin, S.: The investigation of structural and thermosensitive properties of new phosphazene derivatives bearing glycol and amino acid. Dalton Transactions, no. 44, vol. 39, pp. 10685-10691, 2010.
  • Uslu, A. – Kiliç, A. – Güvenaltin, Ş.: The investigation of structural and thermosensitive properties of new phosphazene derivative bearing glycol and aminoalcohol. Inorganica Chimica Acta, no. 14, vol. 363, pp. 3721-3726, 2010.
  • Sedaghat, T. – Tarassoli, A. – Mojaddami, A.: New organotin(IV) complexes with a potentially multi-site ligand based on the cyclotriphosphazene platform: Synthesis and spectral studies. Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society, no. 2, vol. 7, pp. 371-375, 2010.
  • Davidson, R.J. – Ainscough, E. – Brodie, A.M. – Harrison, J.A. – Waterland, M.R.: The nature of the phosphazene nitrogen-metal bond: DFT calculations on 2-(Pyridyloxy)cyclophosphazene complexes. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, no. 11, pp. 1619-1625, 2010.
  • Baryshnikov, G.V. – Minaev, B.F. – Minaeva, V.A. – Nenajdenko, V.G.: Single crystal architecture and absorption spectra of octathio[8]circulene and sym-tetraselenatetrathio[8]circulene: QTAIM and TD-DFT approach. Journal of Molecular Modeling, no. 10, vol. 19, pp. 4511-4519, 2013.
  • Uslu, A. – Ün, Ş.Ş. – Kiliç, A. – Yilmaz, Ş. – Yuksel, F. – Hacivelioǧlu, F.: The synthesis and characterization of 4-isopropylanilino derivatives of cyclotriphosphazene. Inorganica Chimica Acta, vol. 405, pp. 140-146, 2013.
  • Zoghaib, W.M. – Husband, J. – Soliman, U.A. – Shaaban, I.A. – Mohamed, T.A.: Analysis of UV and vibrational spectra (FT-IR and FT-Raman) of hexachlorocyclotriphosphazene based on normal coordinate analysis, MP2 and DFT calculations. Spectrochimica Acta - Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, vol. 105, pp. 446-455, 2013.
  • Turkyilmaz, M. – Genc, F.: Multistep synthesis of phosphazene derivative of chenodeoxycholicacid (CDCA). Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements, no. 11, vol. 189, pp. 1723-1731, 2014.
  • Elmas, Gamze – Okumus, Aytug – Sevinc, Pelin – Kilic, Zeynel – Acik, Leyla – Atalan, Mustafa – Turk, Mustafa – Deniz, Gokberk – Hokelek, Tuncer: Phosphorus-nitrogen compounds. Part 37. Syntheses and structural characterizations, biological activities of mono and bis(4-fluorobenzyl)spirocyclotetraphosphazenes. New Journal of Chemistry, no. 13, vol. 41, pp. 5818-5835, 2017.
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  • Davarcı, D.: Design and construction of one-dimensional coordination polymers based on the dispiro-dipyridyloxy-cyclotriphosphazene ligand. Polyhedron, vol. 146, pp. 99-107, 2018.
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  • Davarcı, D. – Tümay, S.O. – Şenkuytu, E. – Wörle, M. – Zorlu, Y.: New one-dimensional mercury(II) coordination polymers built up from dispiro-dipyridyloxy-cyclotriphosphazene: Structural, thermal and UV–Vis absorption properties. Polyhedron, vol. 161, pp. 104-110, 2019.
  • Davarcı, D. – Şenkuytu, E. – Zorlu, Y.: Mercury(II) coordination polymers based on aniline-substituted tetra pyridyloxy cyclotriphosphazene: Syntheses, characterizations and UV–Vis absorption properties. Polyhedron, no. 114138, vol. 173, 2019.
  • Alkorta, I. – Elguero, J.: Theoretical calculations of the chemical shifts of cyclo[n]phosphazenes for n = 2, 3, 4 and 5 (X2PN)n with X = CH3, F, Cl and Br: the effect of relativistic corrections. Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements, 2019.
  • Cabacı, İ. – Davarcı, D. – Zorlu, Y.: Ligand effects on the dimensionality of cyclophosphazene-based mercury(II) coordination polymers: Structures, UV–Visible absorption and thermal properties. Polyhedron, no. 114823, vol. 192, 2020.
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  • Davarcı, D. – Doğan, N. – Cabacı, İ. – Zorlu, Y.: Manganese(II), cobalt(II) and nickel(II) complexes constructed from a pyridyloxy-functionalized hexapodal cyclophosphazene ligand: Structural and magnetic studies. Polyhedron, no. 115557, vol. 211, 2022.
  • da Silva, F.D. – Cabral, B.N. – Hennemann, A.L. – Pineda, N.R. – Burrow, R.A. – Piquini, P.C. – Lang, E.S. – dos Santos, S.S.: Synthesis and structural characterization of two exotic examples of aryltellurolate cluster compounds: [Ag4Hg(µ-TeoPy-κTe)3(µ3-TeoPy-κTe)2(µ3-TeoPy-κN,Te)(PPh3)2] and [{Cu(phen)}3(µ3-TePh)3(CuCl)]⋅0.5C2H6O. Inorganic Chemistry Communications, no. 109024, vol. 134, 2021.
  • Mirzaeva, I.V.: Large relativistic effects in 119Sn NMR parameters: A case study of complex anions [Cp*M(SnCl3)nCl3−n]−, where M = Rh, Ir; n = 1, 2, 3. Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, no. 113432, vol. 1205, 2021.
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