C60 oxide as a key component of aqueous C60 colloidal suspensions.

@article{Murdianti2012C60OA,
  title={C60 oxide as a key component of aqueous C60 colloidal suspensions.},
  author={Befrika S Murdianti and Joshua T Damron and Martha E Hilburn and R. Maples and Rangika S Hikkaduwa Koralege and Satish I Kuriyavar and Kevin D. Ausman},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2012},
  volume={46 14},
  pages={7446-53}
}
Stable aqueous fullerene colloidal suspensions (nC(60)) are demonstrated to rely on the [6,6]-closed epoxide derivative of the fullerene (C(60)O) for stability. This derivative is present, though often unrecognized, in small quantities in nearly all C(60) starting materials due to a reaction with air. The low-yield formation of nC(60) from organic solvent solutions results from a preferential partitioning and thus enrichment of C(60)O in the colloidal particles. This partitioning is… CONTINUE READING
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