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Laboratory of BioInorganic Chemistry

chemistry department

 

 

Current Research Fields

  • Metalloporphyrins as very close proximity π- systems.
  • Metal-metal bonding and one-dimensional materials with porphyrinic units.
  • Metalloporphyrins in biocompatible catalytic conversion of polyene-polymers and Modeling of active centers of biological processes.
  • New metalloporphyrinic complexes with DNA affinity (synthesis, physical-chemical characterization and applications).
  • Preparation of new chelated agents for cations with therapeutic interest.
  • Aqueous biphasic catalysis by transition metal complexes with new metallo (Rh,Ru,Pt) hydrosoluble porphyrins.
  • Porphyrin-nanocarbon hybrid materials.
  • Bioinspired photosynthesized systems (hybrids) for solar cells.
  • Photo Hydrogen production

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