CIMP : Chimie Inorganique Moléculaire et Précurseurs (A. Fateeva)


LMI-UMR 5615 CNRS / UCBL Domaine Scientifique de la Doua

Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1

Bâtiment Chevreul

6 rue Victor Grignard

69622 Villeurbanne CEDEX




Porphyrins/ metal organic frameworks/ diffraction studies/ porous materials/ heterogeneous catalysis


5 publications from the last two years

  1.  “Supramolecular assemblies of phenolic metalloporphyrins: Structures and electrochemical studies” C. Quan, M. Denis, B. Abeykoon, J.-B. Tommasino, E. Jeanneau, C. Journet, T. Devic*, and A. Fateeva*, Porphyrins Phthalocyanines 2019; 23: 1–14
  2.  “Confinement of Fe-Al-PMOF catalytic sites favours the formation of pyrazoline from ethyl diazoacetate with an unusual sharp increase of selectivity upon recycling.Abeykoon, T. Devic, J.-M.Grenèche, A.Fateeva* and A.B.Sorokin*, Chemical Communications, 2018, 54, 10308-10311.
  3. “Adaptability of the metal(III,IV) 1,2,3-trioxobenzene rod secondary building unit for the production of chemically stable and catalytically active MOFs” Mouchaham, B. Abeykoon, M.Gimenez-Marques, S. Navalon, A. Santiago-Portillo, M. Affram, N. Guillou, C. Martineau, H. Garcia, A. Fateeva and T.Devic, Chemical Communications, 2017, 53, 7661– 7664.
  4. “Insights into the mechanism of electrocatalysis of oxygen reduction reaction by a porphyrinic metal organic framework” Lions, J.-B. Tommasino, R. Chattot, B. Abeykoon, N. Guillou, T. Devic, A. Demessence, L. Cardenas, F. Maillard and A. Fateeva*, Chemical Communications, 2017, 53, 6496 – 6499.
  5.  ”  Iron and porphyrin Metal Organic Frameworks: Insight into structural diversity, stability and porosity” A. Fateeva*, J. Clarisse, G. Pilet, J.-M. Grenèche, F. N. Eouar, B. K. Abeykoon, F. Guegan, C. Goutaudier, D. Luneau, J. E. Warren, M. J. Rosseinsky, T. Devic, Crystal Growth and Design, 2015, 15, 1819-1826.

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