Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes

Mattay J, Torres-Garcia G, Averdung J, Wolff C, Schlachter I, Luftmann H, Siedschlag C, Luger P, Ramm M (1997)
Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 58(11): 1929-1937.

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The methodology for exohedral functionalization of fullerenes and their monosubstituted derivatives is discussed (functionalization of first and second generation). Two examples ol easily accessible synthetic building blocks are presented, i.e. the cyclohexadione fused [60]fullerene and the aziridino-[60]fullerene. Both are precursors for a variety of higher functionalized fullerene derivatives with interesting properties. In addition, a new approach to azafullerenes in the gas phase is presented starting from an activated monofunctionalized [60]fullerene. (C) 1997 Elsevier Science Ltd.
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Mattay J, Torres-Garcia G, Averdung J, et al. Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids. 1997;58(11):1929-1937.
Mattay, J., Torres-Garcia, G., Averdung, J., Wolff, C., Schlachter, I., Luftmann, H., Siedschlag, C., et al. (1997). Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 58(11), 1929-1937.
Mattay, J., Torres-Garcia, G., Averdung, J., Wolff, C., Schlachter, I., Luftmann, H., Siedschlag, C., Luger, P., and Ramm, M. (1997). Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 58, 1929-1937.
Mattay, J., et al., 1997. Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 58(11), p 1929-1937.
J. Mattay, et al., “Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes”, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, vol. 58, 1997, pp. 1929-1937.
Mattay, J., Torres-Garcia, G., Averdung, J., Wolff, C., Schlachter, I., Luftmann, H., Siedschlag, C., Luger, P., Ramm, M.: Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids. 58, 1929-1937 (1997).
Mattay, Jochen, Torres-Garcia, G, Averdung, J, Wolff, C, Schlachter, I, Luftmann, H, Siedschlag, C, Luger, P, and Ramm, M. “Progress in fullerene chemistry: Exohedral functionalization of first and second generation and a new approach to aza-heterofullerenes”. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 58.11 (1997): 1929-1937.
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