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With the successful isolation of TiSc(2)N@C(80), the first Ti-containing nitride clusterfullerene (NCF), a non-group-III metal is stabilized in a NCF for the first time.
Since the first proposal that fullerenes are capable of hosting atoms, ions, or clusters by the late Smalley in 1985, tremendous examples of endohedral metallofullerenes (EMFs) have been reported.… (More)
Review: classification, synthesis, separation, molecular structure, properties and potential applications; 121 refs.
The recently isolated TiSc(2)N@C(80) was used to study the spin state of a Ti(3+) ion in a mixed metal nitride cluster in a fullerene cage. The electronic state of the new clusterfullerene is… (More)
The unique structural and electronic properties of endohedral metallofullerenes (EMFs) make them candidates for applications in nanoscience and biomedicine, and the functionalization of EMFs has… (More)
Three C(90) fractions were isolated by multi-step HPLC from fullerene soot obtained from direct current (DC) arc discharge of undoped graphite rods. C(90) of each fraction was chlorinated with VCl(4)… (More)
Titanium/yttrium mixed metal nitride clusterfullerene (MMNCF) TiY(2)N@C(80) has been successfully synthesized, representing the first Ti-containing non-scandium MMNCF. TiY(2)N@C(80) has been isolated… (More)
Clusterfullerenes represent a novel branch of endohedral fullerenes, which are characterized by a robust fullerene cage with metal clusters encaged in its hollow. Since the discovery of nitride… (More)