|The violation of the Stokes–Einstein relation in supercooled water|
SH Chen, F Mallamace, CY Mou, M Broccio, C Corsaro, A Faraone, L Liu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (35), 12974-12978, 2006
|Evidence of the existence of the low-density liquid phase in supercooled, confined water|
F Mallamace, M Broccio, C Corsaro, A Faraone, D Majolino, V Venuti, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 104 (2), 424-428, 2007
|Confined water as model of supercooled water|
S Cerveny, F Mallamace, J Swenson, M Vogel, L Xu
Chemical reviews 116 (13), 7608-7625, 2016
|The anomalous behavior of the density of water in the range 30 K< T< 373 K|
F Mallamace, C Branca, M Broccio, C Corsaro, CY Mou, SH Chen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (47), 18387-18391, 2007
|Raman scattering and structure of normal and supercooled water|
G d’Arrigo, G Maisano, F Mallamace, P Migliardo, F Wanderlingh
The journal of chemical physics 75 (9), 4264-4270, 1981
|Appearance of a fractional Stokes–Einstein relation in water and a structural interpretation of its onset|
L Xu, F Mallamace, Z Yan, FW Starr, SV Buldyrev, H Eugene Stanley
Nature Physics 5 (8), 565-569, 2009
|Transport properties of glass-forming liquids suggest that dynamic crossover temperature is as important as the glass transition temperature|
F Mallamace, C Branca, C Corsaro, N Leone, J Spooren, SH Chen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (52), 22457-22462, 2010
|The fragile-to-strong dynamic crossover transition in confined water: nuclear magnetic resonance results|
F Mallamace, M Broccio, C Corsaro, A Faraone, U Wanderlingh, L Liu, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 124 (16), 2006
|Mesoscopic Structure of meso-Tetrakis(4-sulfonatophenyl)porphine J-Aggregates|
N Micali, F Mallamace, A Romeo, R Purrello, L Monsů Scolaro
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 104 (25), 5897-5904, 2000
|The glass-to-glass transition and its end point in a copolymer micellar system|
SH Chen, WR Chen, F Mallamace
Science 300 (5619), 619-622, 2003
|Kinetic glass transition in a micellar system with short-range attractive interaction|
F Mallamace, P Gambadauro, N Micali, P Tartaglia, C Liao, SH Chen
Physical Review Letters 84 (23), 5431, 2000
|NMR evidence of a sharp change in a measure of local order in deeply supercooled confined water|
F Mallamace, C Corsaro, M Broccio, C Branca, N González-Segredo, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (35), 12725-12729, 2008
|Role of the solvent in the dynamical transitions of proteins: The case of the lysozyme-water system|
F Mallamace, SH Chen, M Broccio, C Corsaro, V Crupi, D Majolino, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 127 (4), 2007
|Interaction and percolation in the L64 triblock copolymer micellar system|
L Lobry, N Micali, F Mallamace, C Liao, SH Chen
Physical Review E 60 (6), 7076, 1999
|The puzzling unsolved mysteries of liquid water: Some recent progress|
HE Stanley, P Kumar, L Xu, Z Yan, MG Mazza, SV Buldyrev, SH Chen, ...
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 386 (2), 729-743, 2007
|A singular thermodynamically consistent temperature at the origin of the anomalous behavior of liquid water|
F Mallamace, C Corsaro, HE Stanley
Scientific reports 2 (1), 993, 2012
|Energy landscape in protein folding and unfolding|
F Mallamace, C Corsaro, D Mallamace, S Vasi, C Vasi, P Baglioni, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (12), 3159-3163, 2016
|Dynamical crossover and breakdown of the Stokes− Einstein relation in confined water and in methanol-diluted bulk water|
F Mallamace, C Branca, C Corsaro, N Leone, J Spooren, HE Stanley, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114 (5), 1870-1878, 2010
|The low-temperature dynamic crossover phenomenon in protein hydration water: simulations vs experiments|
M Lagi, X Chu, C Kim, F Mallamace, P Baglioni, SH Chen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (6), 1571-1575, 2008
|Fractal structures in homo-and heteroaggregated water soluble porphyrins|
N Micali, A Romeo, R Lauceri, R Purrello, F Mallamace, LM Scolaro
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 104 (40), 9416-9420, 2000