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The structure of a one-electron oxidized Mn(iii)-bis(phenolate)dipyrrin radical complex and oxidation catalysis control via ligand-centered redox activity, Lecarme, Laureline, Chiang Linus, Moutet Jules, Leconte Nicolas, Philouze Christian, Jarjayes Olivier, Storr Tim, and Thomas Fabrice , Dalton Trans., Volume 45, p.16325-16334, (2016)
A Structurally Characterized CuIII Complex Supported by a Bis(anilido) Ligand and Its Oxidative Catalytic Activity., Kochem, Amélie, Molloy Jennifer K., Gellon Gisèle, Leconte Nicolas, Philouze Christian, Berthiol Florian, Jarjayes Olivier, and Thomas Fabrice , Chem. Eur. J., Volume 23, Number 56, p.13929–13940, (2017)
Structural snapshots of the rearrangement of the bis(di-tert-butyl-aminophenyl)amine pincer ligand in the presence of transition metal ions, Leconte, Nicolas, Baptiste B., Philouze Christian, and Thomas Fabrice , Dalton Trans., Volume 47, p.11303-11307, (2018)
Stable Anilinyl Radicals Coordinated to Nickel: X-ray Crystal Structure and Characterization., Kochem, Amélie, Gellon Gisèle, Leconte Nicolas, Baptiste Benoit, Philouze Christian, Jarjayes Olivier, Orio Maylis, and Thomas Fabrice , Chem. - A Eur. J., Volume 19, Number 49, p.16707–16721, (2013)
A singlet ground state for a cobalt(II)-anilinosalen radical complex., Kochem, Amélie, Gellon Gisèle, Jarjayes Olivier, Philouze Christian, Leconte Nicolas, van Gastel Maurice, Bill Eckhard, and Thomas Fabrice , Chem. Commun. (Cambridge, United Kingdom), Volume 50, Number 38, p.4924–4926, (2014)
Silver-catalyzed furoquinolines synthesis: from nitrogen effects to the use of silver imidazolate polymer as a new and robust silver catalyst., Parker, Evelyne, Leconte Nicolas, Godet Thomas, and Belmont Philippe. , Chem. Commun. (Cambridge, United Kingdom), Volume 47, Number 1, p.343–345, (2011)