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Selective oxidative conversion of triaryldihydro[C59N]fullerenes: a model case for oxygenation of carbon allotropes.

The photooxidation of triaryldihydro[C sub(59)N]fullerenes was achieved by treatment with air and light leading to a new selective core functionalization of azafullerenes, which serves as a model case for oxygenation of carbon allotropes.

Journal Title: Chemical communications (Cambridge England), February 25, 2014, Vol.50(16), pp.2021-2023
Main Author: Eigler, Regina
Other Authors: Heinemann, Frank W , Hirsch, Andreas
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Language: English
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