Synthesis and EPR Characterization of Exohedrally Perfluoroalkylated Paramagnetic Lanthanum Metallofullerenes: A Fluorous Phase Approach
- Conference date: 2-9 March 2002
- Location: Kirchberg, Tirol (AUSTRIA)
A strategy to chemically derivatize the outer sphere of endohedral metallofullerenes by using a modern organic technique that utilizes a fluorous synthesis‐partitioning approach has been developed. The newly synthesized materials were found to be paramagnetic species and were characterized by electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EPR), laser desorption time‐of‐flight spectrometry (LD‐TOF) and electronic absorption spectroscopy (UV‐VIS‐NIR). The systematic study of exohedrally derivatized endohedral metallofullerenes should ultimately provide technologically intriguing novel nano‐materials.
- Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy
- Absorption spectroscopy
- Laser materials
- Paramagnetic materials
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