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Murielle Chavarot-Kerlidou

Dr. Murielle Chavarot-Kerlidou
Chargée de Recherches au CNRS (CR1)
Laboratoire Chimie et Biologie des Métaux
17 rue des martyrs
38 054 Grenoble cedex 09
Phone: (33) 4 38 78 91 07

Murielle Chavarot-Kerlidou received her Ph.D. degree in 1998 from the University Joseph Fourier (Grenoble).
After a post-doctoral period in the group of Dr. Zoe Pikramenou (University of Birmingham, UK) studying photo-induced supramolecular processes based on luminescent metallocyclodextrins, she spent two years in the group of Marc Fontecave to develop chiral-at-metal ruthenium catalysts for enantioselective oxidation.
She obtained in 2002 a CNRS position at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris), where her research interests dealt with the development of new applications of the arene-tricarbonyl metal complexes.
In 2009, she moved to the Laboratory of Chemistry and Biology of Metals (University Joseph Fourier, CNRS, CEA, Grenoble) to work on hydrogen photoproduction.

Selected publications

Kaeffer N, Windle CD, Brisse R, Gablin C, Leonard D, Jousselme B, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Artero V
Insights into the mechanism and aging of a noble-metal free H2-evolving dye-sensitized photocathode.
Chemical Science, 2018, 9(32): 6721-38

Schindler J, Traber P, Zedler L, Zhang Y, Lefebvre JF, Kupfer S, Gräfe S, Demeunynck M, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Dietzek B
Photophysics of a ruthenium complex with a
π-extended dipyridophenazine ligand for DNA quadruplex labeling.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2018, 122(32): 6558-6569

Windle CD, Massin J, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Artero V
A protocol for quantifying hydrogen evolution by dye-sensitized molecular photocathodes and its implementation for evaluating a new covalent architecture based on an optimized dye-catalyst dyad.
Dalton Transactions, 2018, 47(31): 10509-10516

Andreiadis ES, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Fontecave M and Artero V
Artificial photosynthesis: From molecular catalysts for light-driven water splitting to photoelectrochemical cells.
Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2011, 87: 946–964

Cetiner D, Jacques B, Payet E, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Rose-Munch F, Rose E, Tranchier JP and Herson P
First example of an enantiopure planar chiral ligand built on a (η5-cyclohexadienyl)Mn(CO)3 scaffold.
Dalton Transaction, 2009, 27-29

Jacques B, Chavarot M, Rose-Munch F and Rose E
Lithiation/electrophilic quench of (η5-cyclohexadienyl)Mn(CO)3: Versatile functionalization and resolution of planar chirality in the organomanganese Series.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2006, 45: 3481-3484

Chavarot M, Rivard M, Rose-Munch F, Rose E and Py S
First asymmetric SmI2-induced cross-coupling of Cr(CO)3-complexed nitrones with carbonyl compounds.
Chemical Communications, 2004: 2330-2331

Chavarot M, Ménage S, Hamelin O, Charnay F, Pécaut J and Fontecave M
“Chiral-at-metal” octahedral ruthenium(II) complexes: Enantioselective catalysts with achiral ligands.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2003, 42: 4810-4816

Haider JM, Chavarot M, Weidner S, Sadler I, Williams RM, De Cola L and Pikramenou Z
Metallocyclodextrins as building blocks in non-covalent assemblies of photoactive units for the study of photoinduced intercomponent processes.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2001, 40: 3912-3921

Chavarot M, Byrne JJ, Chavant PY and Vallée Y
Sc(BINOL)2Li: A new heterobimetallic catalyst for the asymmetric Strecker reaction.
Tetrahedron: Asymmetry, 2001, 12: 1147-1150

Chavarot M, Byrne JJ, Chavant PY, Pardillos-Guindet J and Vallée Y
Self-organization of ligands in multi-components titanium catalysts for the enantioselective ene-reaction of glyoxylates.
Tetrahedron: Asymmetry, 1998, 9: 3889-3894

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