Papers - 1964-1969

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1. T.M. Birshtein, P. L. Luisi


Conformation of optically active isotactic macromolecules (in Russian)

Vysokomol. Soed. 7, 1238-1243 (1964)


2. P. L. Luisi, G. Montagnoli, M. Zandomeneghi

Distribution of (R) and (S) monomeric units in macromolecules of a random copolymer obtained from a racemic monomer mixture (in Italian)

Gazz. Chim. Ital. 97, 222-229 (1967)


3. FA. Bonner, P. L. Luisi

Thermal diffusion measurements of stereoregular poly-a-olefins in isooctane

Arkiv von Kemi 27, 129-137 (1967)


4. S. Pucci, M. Aglietto, P. L. Luisi, P. Pino

Conformational rigidity in aliphatic paraffins. Synthesis and Determination of absolute configuration of (3S, 5S)- and (3R, 5S) -2,2,3,5-tetramethylheptane

J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 89, 2787-2788 (1967)


5. P. Pino, P. L. Luisi

Optical activity and conformation in stereoregular vinyl polymers

J. Chim. Phys. 65, 130-139 (1968)


6. P. L. Luisi, E. Chiellini, P.F. Franchini, M. Orienti

Stereoregularity and dipole moment of optically active poly-alkyl-vinyl-ethers

Macromol. Chem. 112, 197-209 (1968)


7. P. L. Luisi

Optically active isotactic vinyl polymers in solution. A simple model for interpreting the dependence of optical activity on molecular weight and/or stereoregularity.

Polymer Letters 6, 177-180 (1968)


8. P. Pino, P. Salvadori, E. Chiellini, P. L. Luisi

Optical activity and optical rotatory dispersion in synthetic polymers

Pure and Appl. Chem. 16, 469-490 (1968)


9. P. L. Luisi, P. Pino

Conformational properties of optically active poly-a-olefins in solution

J. Phys. Chem. 72, 2400-2405 (1968)


10. P. L. Luisi, R. M. Mazo

Statistical model of Stereospecific polymerization of vinyl monomers

J. Polymer Sci. 7, 775-782 (1969)

Pier Luigi Luisi

Pier Luigi received his scientific education at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy. In 1970, he became professor at the Institut für Polymere at the ETH-Zürich and since 2006 he is part of the biology department of the University of Roma Tre. As a biochemist, he pioneered an active research in the self-organization of synthetic and biological systems, the origin of life, and semi-synthetic cellular systems (the so-called "mininal life"). Interested in the interface between science and humanities, in 1985 he founded Cortona week, legacy to this Todi-week, and participated, in 1987, to the foundation of Mind and Life in Dharamsala, India, with Francisco Varela and the Dalai Lama.

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