Doping of fullerite with molecular oxygen at low temperature and pressure View Full Text


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2006-04

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Yu. M. Shul’ga, V. M. Martynenko, A. F. Shestakov, S. A. Baskakov, S. V. Kulikov, V. N. Vasilets, T. L. Makarova, Yu. G. Morozov

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Two methods are described for doping of fullerite C60 with molecular oxygen at a pressure of ∼104 Pa and at temperature 20–30 °C. It was found by mass spectrometry using oxygen 18O as dopant that a portion of molecular oxygen absorbed by the pre-decontaminated fullerite (first method) is removed as CO and CO2 at the heating temperature ≤200 °C. Doping during fullerite precipitation from the liquid phase (second method) makes it possible to prepare samples with the oxygen content ≥1.2 at.%. The fullerite doped with oxygen to this level is diamagnetic. The paramagnetic properties of an O2 molecule disappear when O2 is incorporated into the fullerene lattice. This is interpreted on the basis of quantum chemical calculations as a sequence of equilibrium formation of the adduct C60O2. Calculations showed that the subsequent chemical transformation of C60O2 resulting in the O-O bond cleavage is energetically favorable, enabling prerequisites for the formation of products of incomplete (CO) and deep (CO2) oxidation of fullerene under mild conditions. More... »

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687-696

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