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Lancianesi, Stefano (2015) Arylsulfonyl based compounds for the synthesis and functionalization of nitrogen containing heterocycles. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical Sciences (XXVII cycle).

Di Nicola, Matteo (2015) Surface Modifications: from Heterogeneous Catalysis in Nitrogen Heterocycles Synthesis to Polymer Nanocomposites Interface Design. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical Sciences (XXVII cycle).

Jadhav, Milind Suresh (2014) Development of Enantioselective Methodologies for the Synthesis of Bioactive Small Molecules: A New Route for LNA. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXVI cycle).

Properzi, Roberta (2014) Synthesis of Pharmaceutically Active Heterocycles and Lipid Targets: Novel Rearrangements and Methods for Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXVI cycle).

Sorana, Federico (2014) Role of organic chemistry in the study and preparation of small molecules: new synthetic methodologies, mechanistic aspects and synthesis of new molecular entities for sar studies. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXVI cycle).

Ponou Kemvoufo, Beaudelaire (2013) Phytochemical investigation of secondary metabolites from three Camerounian medicinal plants: Terminalia ivorensis A. Chev., Cussonia bancoensis Aurev. & Pellegr. and Cordyline fructicosa. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXV cycle).

Marsili, Laura (2013) Development of new Synthetic Methodologies aimed to poly-functionalize Heterocyclic Compounds having Biological Activity. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXV cycle).

Diomedi, Simone (2013) Developments in the synthesis of polyfunctionalized heteroaromatic systems and applications in asymmetric catalysis. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXV cycle).

Cipolletti, Roberto (2013) Importance of metals in organic synthesis: development of new methodologies for bond formation mediated by Lewis acid. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXV cycle).

Fratoni, Davide (2012) Amino Alcohols and Diamines: Novel Syntheses of Enantiopure Molecules useful in Catalysis. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXIV cycle).

Mari, Margherita (2012) Organic/inorganic systems: improving the efficiency of organic reactions and industrial curing systems. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctoral course in Chemical sciences (XXIV cycle).

Gabrielli, Serena (2011) Aliphatic Nitro compounds as Key Starting Materials for the One-Pot Synthesis of Cyclic and Heterocyclic Fine Chemicals. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctorate course in Chemical sciences (XXIII cycle).

Fiocchi, Roberto (2011) Study of the importance of the catalysis in organic synthesis and industrial applications in Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) production. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctorate course in Chemical sciences (XXIII cycle).

Paoletti, Melissa (2008) Lewis acids in the preparation of the heterocyclic compounds: synthesis and characterization of the impurities of API. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIE - Doctoral course in Chemical Sciences (XX cycle).

Giuli, Sandra (2008) New Developments on CeCl3-Promoted Reactions in the Synthesis of Heterocycles. PhD thesis, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES - Doctorate course in Chemical Sciences (cycle XXI).

Foglia, Gioia (2007) Analysis and applications of inorganic surfaces in the organic synthesis and in the rheology of industrial products. PhD thesis, Universita' di Camerino.

Palmieri, Alessandro (2007) Study of Eco-Friendly Conditions and Processes in the Formation of New C-C Bonds by Stabilized Carbanions. PhD thesis, Universita' di Camerno.

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