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Danil de Namor, Angela, Abou Hamdan, W, Webb, O, Bance- Soualhi, R, Howlin, Brendan and Al Hakawati, N (2018) Calix(4)arene urea derivatives: the pathway from fundamental studies to the selective removal of fluorides and phosphates from water Journal of Hazardous Materials.

Danil de Namor, AF, El Gamouz, A, Frangie, S, Martinez, V, Valiente, L and Webb, OA (2012) Turning the volume down on heavy metals using tuned diatomite. A review of diatomite and modified diatomite for the extraction of heavy metals from water. J Hazard Mater, 241-24. pp. 14-31.

Danil de Namor, AF and Khalife, R (2010) Calixpyrrole chemistry: a study of a new ditopic receptor highlighting some fundamental concepts in assessing thermodynamic selectivity. Phys Chem Chem Phys, 12 (3). pp. 753-760.

de Araujo, AS, Piro, OE, Castellano, EE and Danil de Namor, AF (2008) Combined crystallographic and solution molecular dynamics study of allosteric effects in ester and ketone p-tert-butylcalix[4]arene derivatives and their complexes with acetonitrile, Cd(II), and Pb(II). J Phys Chem A, 112 (46). pp. 11885-11894.

Danil de Namor, AF and Chaaban, JK (2008) A partially substituted calix[4]resorcarene receptor and its selective recognition for soft metal cations (silver and mercury). J Phys Chem B, 112 (7). pp. 2070-2077.

Danil de Namor, AF, Abbas, I and Hammud, HH (2007) A new calix[4]pyrrole derivative and its anion (fluoride)/cation (mercury and silver) recognition. J Phys Chem B, 111 (12). pp. 3098-3105.

Danil de Namor, AF, Chaaban, JK and Abbas, I (2006) Cation/anion recognition by a partially substituted lower rim calix[4]arene hydroxyamide, a ditopic receptor. J Phys Chem A, 110 (31). pp. 9575-9584.

Danil de Namor, AF, Shehab, M, Abbas, I, Withams, MV and Zvietcovich-Guerra, J (2006) New insights on anion recognition by isomers of a calix pyrrole derivative. J Phys Chem B, 110 (25). pp. 12653-12659.

Danil de Namor, AF, Abbas, I and Hammud, HH (2006) Anion complexation by calix[3]thieno[1]pyrrole: the medium effect. J Phys Chem B, 110 (5). pp. 2142-2149.

Danil de Namor, AF, Chaaban, JK, Piro, OE and Castellano, EE (2006) Resorcarene-based receptor: versatile behavior in its interaction with heavy and soft metal cations. J Phys Chem B, 110 (5). pp. 2442-2450.

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