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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 166: Trends and Advances in Electrochemiluminescence Nanobiosensors

09-Jan-2018 | Rizwan, Mohammad ; Mohd-Naim, Noor Faizah; Ahmed, Minhaz Uddin, Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 166: Trends and Advances in Electrochemiluminescence Nanobiosensors Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18010166 Authors: Mohammad Rizwan Noor Faizah Mohd-Naim Minhaz Uddin Ahmed The rapid and increasing use of the nanomaterials (NMs), nanostructured materials (NSMs), ...

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Materials, Vol. 10, Pages 1449: Hard Chrome-Coated and Fullerene-Doped Metal Surfaces in Orthopedic Bearings

20-Dec-2017 | Sonntag, Robert ; Feige, Katja ; dos Santos, Claudia Beatriz; Kretzer, Jan Philippe, Materials, 2017

Materials, Vol. 10, Pages 1449: Hard Chrome-Coated and Fullerene-Doped Metal Surfaces in Orthopedic Bearings Materials doi: 10.3390/ma10121449 Authors: Robert Sonntag Katja Feige Claudia dos Santos Jan Kretzer Metal-on-metal bearings for total hip replacements have been ...

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Lewis Acid–Base Adducts of Sc2C2@C3v(8)-C82/N-Heterocyclic Carbene: Toward Isomerically Pure Metallofullerene Derivatives

06-Dec-2017 | Lipiao Bao; Muqing Chen; Wangqiang Shen; Le Yang; Peng Jin; Xing Lu, Inorganic Chemistry, 2017

The addition of a bulky N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) to Sc2C2@C3v(8)-C82 affords two monoadducts (2a and 2b) quantitatively and regioselectively, representing the first examples of Lewis acid–base pairs of metal carbide cluster fullerenes. 2b is likely a kinetically favorable labile product that ...

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Dependence of the Electrochemical Redox Properties of Fullerenes on Ionic Liquids

14-Nov-2017 | Hiroyuki Ueda; Tomoaki Yoshimura; Katsuhiko Nishiyama; Soichiro Yoshimoto, Langmuir, 2017

Control of the electrochemical properties of fullerenes via the chemical modification approach has attracted considerable attention. However, surface modification of fullerene cages with various functional groups can lead to the destruction of their original structures. Herein, we report a simple ...

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Assembly of silver Trigons into a buckyball-like Ag180 nanocage [Chemistry]

14-Nov-2017 | Zhi Wang; Hai-Feng Su; Yuan-Zhi Tan; Stan Schein; Shui-Chao Lin; Wei Liu; Shu-Ao Wang; Wen-Guang Wang; Chen-Ho Tung; ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2017

Buckminsterfullerene (C60) represents a perfect combination of geometry and molecular structural chemistry. It has inspired many creative ideas for building fullerene-like nanopolyhedra. These include other fullerenes, virus capsids, polyhedra based on DNA, and synthetic polynuclear metal ...

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On the existence of HeHe bond in the endohedral fullerene Не2@C60

06-Sep-2017 | Tymofii Yu. Nikolaienko, Eugene S. Kryachko, Grygoriy A. Dolgonos, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2017

Twenty years have already been passed since the endohedral fullerene's void ceaselessly attracts attention of both, experimentalists and theoreticians, computational chemists and physicists in particular, who direct their efforts on computer simulations of encapsulating atoms and molecules into ...

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The templation effect as a driving force for the self-assembly of hydrogen-bonded peptidic capsules in competitive media

05-Sep-2017 | M. Grajda; M. J. Lewińska; A. Szumna, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2017

Peptide-based cavitands (resorcin[4]arenes substituted with histidine and glutamine hydrazides) exist as monomeric species in polar solvents (DMSO and methanol). Upon complexation of fullerenes, the cavitands wrap around the hydrophobic guests forming dimeric capsular shells (as evidenced by ...

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Chlorination‐promoted Transformation of Isolated Pentagon Rule C78 into Fused‐pentagons‐ and Heptagons‐containing Fullerenes

29-Aug-2017 | Victor A. Brotsman, Daria V. Ignat'eva, Sergey I. Troyanov, Chemistry - An Asian Journal, 2017

Abstract Cage transformations in fullerenes are rare phenomena which are still not fully understood. We report the first skeletal transformation of an Isolated‐Pentagon‐Rule (IPR) isomer of C78 fullerene upon high‐temperature chlorination which proceeds by six‐step Stone–Wales rearrangements ...

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A Computational Study of the Intermolecular [2+2+2] Cycloaddition of Acetylene and C60 Catalyzed by Wilkinson's Catalyst

29-Aug-2017 | Albert Artigas, Agustí Lledó, Anna Pla‐Quintana, Anna Roglans, Miquel Solà, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2017

The functionalization of fullerenes helps to generate fullerene derivatives with promising properties. DFT calculations proved that the attachment of a cyclohexadiene ring to a [6,6] bond of C60 by a Rh‐catalyzed intermolecular [2+2+2] cycloaddition of C60 and two acetylene molecules is an ...

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Ball and Socket Assembly of Binary Superatomic Solids Containing Trinuclear Nickel Cluster Cations and Fulleride Anions

28-Aug-2017 | Jessica L. Shott; Matthew B. Freeman; Nemah-Allah Saleh; Daniel S. Jones; Daniel W. Paley; Christopher Bejger, Inorganic Chemistry, 2017

The superlattice structures of hierarchical cluster solids are dictated by short-range interactions between constituent building blocks. Here we show that shape complementary sites, as well as halogen and chalcogen bonding between exposed capping ligands and fullerides, govern the packing ...

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