(Chemical) Bonding is what makes life possible

Carlos Lodeiro


Research group
(Bio)Chemistry & Omics

Academic Staff

Researcher IDB-4793-2013
Ciência IDEF14-1F71-9406
C. Lodeiro published 280 documents (By Google Scholar) in international peer-review journals, with 6363 citations (February 2022). H index= 42. 85% of these papers were published in first quartile high impact factor publications such as Nano Res (IF: 8.515), J Mat. Chem A (IF: 10.737), J. Mat. Chem. C (IF: 6.641), J. Am. Chem Soc (IF: 14.695) and Biomaterials (IF: 10.273) and one patent. His research contributions have attracted a high number of citations (over 6000 to date (Thomson Reuters). The 2010 publication in Chem Soc Rev has alone been cited over 205 times, and 20 other papers received over 50 citations, many related to innovative emissive smart materials and nano-sensing.

Representative Publications

Novel β-functionalized mono-charged porphyrinic derivatives: Synthesis and photoinactivation of Escherichia coli
Sustainable synthesis of luminescent CdTe quantum dots coated with modified silica mesoporous nanoparticles: Towards new protein scavengers and smart drug delivery carriers
New dual colorimetric/fluorimetric probes for Hg2+ detection & extraction based on mesoporous SBA-16 nanoparticles containing porphyrin or rhodamine chromophores
Oxidation of tellurium dyes induced by mercury: More insights on the naked-eye and fluorescent Hg2+ detection
Editorial: Rational Design of Multi-Functional Nanomaterials
Emerging pollutants. II International Caparica conference on pollutant toxic ions and molecules 2nd PTIM-2017
Iron(II) as a Green Reducing Agent in Gold Nanoparticle Synthesis
Highly accessible aqueous synthesis of well-dispersed dendrimer type platinum nanoparticles and their catalytic applications
Label-free protein quantification after ultrafast digestion of complex proteomes using ultrasonic energy and immobilized-trypsin magnetic nanoparticles
Ultrasonic-assisted extraction and digestion of proteins from solid biopsies followed by peptide sequential extraction hyphenated to MALDI-based profiling holds the promise of distinguishing renal oncocytoma from chromophobe renal cell carcinoma