Maria Quant

Doctoral Student at Applied Chemistry
Image of Maria Quant

Showing 9 publications


Scalable Synthesis of Norbornadienes via in situ Cracking of Dicyclopentadiene Using Continuous Flow Chemistry

Jessica Orrego Hernandez, Helen Hölzel, Maria Quant et al
European Journal of Organic Chemistry. Vol. In Press
Journal article

Macroscopic heat release in a molecular solar thermal energy storage system

Zhihang Wang, Anna Roffey, Raul Losantos et al
Energy and Environmental Sciences. Vol. 12 (1), p. 187-193
Journal article

Solvent effects on the absorption profile, kinetic stability, and photoisomerization process of the norbornadiene-quadricyclanes system

Maria Quant, Alice Hamrin, Anders Lennartsson et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 123 (12), p. 7081-7087
Journal article

Norbornadiene - quadricyclane systems for molecular solar thermal energy storage

Maria Quant, Kasper Moth-Poulsen
Other conference contribution

Low Molecular Weight Norbornadiene Derivatives for Molecular Solar-Thermal Energy Storage

Maria Quant, Anders Lennartsson, Ambra Dreos et al
Chemistry - A European Journal. Vol. 22 (37), p. 13265-13274
Journal article

A Convenient Route to 2-Bromo-3-chloronorbornadiene and 2,3-Dibromonorbornadiene

Anders Lennartsson, Maria Quant, Kasper Moth-Poulsen
Synlett. Vol. 26 (11), p. 1501-1504
Journal article

Design, Synthesis and Evaluation of 2,5-Diketopiperazines as Inhibitors of the MDM2-p53 Interaction

Mariell Pettersson, Maria Quant, J. Min et al
PLoS ONE. Vol. 10 (10)
Journal article

Download publication list

You can download this list to your computer.

Filter and download publication list

As logged in user (Chalmers employee) you find more export functions in MyResearch.

You may also import these directly to Zotero or Mendeley by using a browser plugin. These are found herer:

Zotero Connector
Mendeley Web Importer

The service SwePub offers export of contents from Research in other formats, such as Harvard and Oxford in .RIS, BibTex and RefWorks format.

There are no projects.
There might be more projects where Maria Quant participates, but you have to be logged in as a Chalmers employee to see them.