Mario Ciampolini
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Five-Coordinated High-Spin Complexes of Bivalent Cobalt, Nickel, andCopper with Tris (2-dimethylaminoethyl) amine
M Ciampolini, N Nardi
Inorganic chemistry 5 (1), 41-44, 1966
10001966
Spectra of 3d five-coordinate complexes
M Ciampolini
Structure and Bonding, 52-93, 1969
2041969
45. Pseudo-tetrahedral structure of some α-branched copper (II) chelates with Schiff bases
L Sacconi, M Ciampolini
Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed), 276-280, 1964
1971964
Five-coordinated complexes of the transition elements from manganese to zinc with bis (2-dimethylaminoethyl) methylamine
M Ciampolini, GP Speroni
Inorganic Chemistry 5 (1), 45-49, 1966
1901966
A crystal field model for high-spin five-coordinated nickel (II) complexes
M Ciampolini
Inorganic chemistry 5 (1), 35-40, 1966
1651966
Studies in coordination chemistry. IX. 1 Investigation of the stereochemistry of some complex compounds of cobalt (II) with N-substituted salicylaldimines
L Sacconi, M Ciampolini, F Maggio, FP Cavasino
Journal of the American Chemical Society 84 (17), 3246-3248, 1962
1601962
The Existence of Tetrahedral α-Branched Bis-(RN-salicylaldimino)-nickel (II) Chelates
L Sacconi, P Paoletti, M Ciampolini
Journal of the American Chemical Society 85 (4), 411-416, 1963
1531963
Structure mimicry in solid solutions of 3d metal complexes with N-methylsalicylaldimine (Msal-Me)
L Sacconi, M Ciampolini, GP Speroni
Journal of the American Chemical Society 87 (14), 3102-3106, 1965
1411965
Trigonal bipyramidal complexes of bivalent manganese, iron, and zinc with tris (2-dimethylaminoethyl) amine
M Ciampolini, N Nardi
Inorganic Chemistry 5 (7), 1150-1154, 1966
1371966
Dinickel and dicopper complexes with N, N-linked bis (cyclam) ligands. An ideal system for the investigation of electrostatic effects on the redox behavior of pairs of metal ions
M Ciampolini, L Fabbrizzi, A Perotti, A Poggi, B Seghi, F Zanobini
Inorganic Chemistry 26 (21), 3527-3533, 1987
1121987
Complexes of bivalent iron, cobalt, nickel, and copper with bis (2-dimethylaminoethyl) oxide
M Ciampolini, N Nardi
Inorganic Chemistry 6 (3), 445-449, 1967
941967
Five-coordinated complexes of 3d bivalent metal ions with polyamines
M Ciampolini, N Nardi, GP Speroni
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 1 (1-2), 222-233, 1966
941966
Magnetic Investigation of Some Tetracoordinated Nickel (II) and Copper (II) Complexes between 80 and 300░ K.
L Sacconi, M Ciampolini, U Campigli
Inorganic Chemistry 4 (3), 407-409, 1965
931965
Steric effects on the solution chemistry of nickel (II) complexes with N-monomethylated 14-membered tetraaza macrocycles. The blue-to-yellow conversion and the oxidation andá…
M Ciampolini, L Fabbrizzi, M Licchelli, A Perotti, F Pezzini, A Poggi
Inorganic Chemistry 25 (23), 4131-4135, 1986
851986
High-spin hexa-, penta-, and tetracoordinated complexes of cobalt (II) with Schiff bases formed from salicylaldehydes and N, N-substituted ethylenediamines
L Sacconi, M Ciampolini, GP Speroni
Inorganic Chemistry 4 (8), 1116-1119, 1965
771965
Sustained self-regulation of energy intake. Loss of weight in overweight subjects. Maintenance of weight in normal-weight subjects
M Ciampolini, D Lovell-Smith, M Sifone
Nutrition & metabolism 7 (1), 4, 2010
742010
Thermochemical Studies. I. Thermodynamic Functions of Solutions of Pyridine Bases in Water1
L Sacconi, P Paoletti, M Ciampolini
Journal of the American Chemical Society 82 (15), 3828-3831, 1960
741960
Investigation on the Occurrence of tetrahedral Forms of Substitued Bis (N-alkylsalicylaldimino) nickel (II) Complexes
L Sacconi, M Ciampolini, N Nardi
Journal of the American Chemical Society 86 (5), 819-823, 1964
681964
Training to estimate blood glucose and to form associations with initial hunger
M Ciampolini, R Bianchi
Nutrition & Metabolism 3 (1), 42, 2006
632006
Studies in Co÷rdination Chemistry. VII. Recent Investigations on the Magnetically Anomalous Nickel (II) Complexes of N-Alkylsalicylaldimines
L Sacconi, R Cini, M Ciampolini, F Maggio
Journal of the American Chemical Society 82 (14), 3487-3491, 1960
631960
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