Electronic properties of charged fullerenes characterized by EPR and Vis-NIR spectroscopy View Full Text


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DATE

1996-06

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M. Baumgarten, L. Gherghel

ABSTRACT

EPR and Vis-NIR absorption spectra have both been measured for clarification of contradictory statements about the para-and diamagnetic states of fullerenes. Thereby identification of one sharp EPR signal in solution at room temperature to C60−(g=2.000±4.0001; ΔB=0.07±0.01 mT) could be made upon using different fullerene sources (TechnoCarbo, Hoechst) and methods of anion generation (chemically, electrochemically, and photochemically). This fact is also supported by the similar observation for a monosubstituted derivative (g=1.9999; ΔB=0.10 mT), in which a small broadening of this sharp signal is found originating from additional1H hyperfine interactions. Furthermore theg-values of the radical anions of C60 increase with charge (g(C60− More... »

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171-182

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