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Release of the Water Molecule Encapsulated Inside an Open‐Cage Fullerene through Hydrogen Bonding Mediated by Hydrogen Fluoride

A reversible wetting/dewetting procedure is reported for an open‐cage fullerene with an 18‐membered orifice. In a homogeneous mixture of HO/EtOH/CHCl, water was encapsulated into the cavity of the open‐cage compound quantitatively at 80 °C. Addition of aqueous hydrogen fluoride into the water‐encaps... Full description

Journal Title: Chemistry – A European Journal 21 September 2015, Vol.21(39), pp.13539-13543
Main Author: Xu, Liang
Other Authors: Ren, Hongjiang , Liang, Sisi , Sun, Jiahao , Liu, Yajun , Gan, Liangbing
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0947-6539 ; E-ISSN: 1521-3765 ; DOI: 10.1002/chem.201502306
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title: Release of the Water Molecule Encapsulated Inside an Open‐Cage Fullerene through Hydrogen Bonding Mediated by Hydrogen Fluoride
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  • Xu, Liang
  • Ren, Hongjiang
  • Liang, Sisi
  • Sun, Jiahao
  • Liu, Yajun
  • Gan, Liangbing
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  • Fullerenes
  • Hydrogen Bonds
  • Hydrogen Fluoride
  • Open‐Cage Fullerenes
  • Water Encapsulation
ispartof: Chemistry – A European Journal, 21 September 2015, Vol.21(39), pp.13539-13543
description: A reversible wetting/dewetting procedure is reported for an open‐cage fullerene with an 18‐membered orifice. In a homogeneous mixture of HO/EtOH/CHCl, water was encapsulated into the cavity of the open‐cage compound quantitatively at 80 °C. Addition of aqueous hydrogen fluoride into the water‐encapsulated complex removed the encapsulated water completely at room temperature. H‐bonding between the trapped water and fluoride is shown to play a key role for the water release process. : Quantitative encapsulation and removal of a single water molecule in an open‐cage fullerene has been observed under mild conditions through processes assisted by ethanol and hydrogen fluoride, respectively.
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abstractA reversible wetting/dewetting procedure is reported for an open‐cage fullerene with an 18‐membered orifice. In a homogeneous mixture of HO/EtOH/CHCl, water was encapsulated into the cavity of the open‐cage compound quantitatively at 80 °C. Addition of aqueous hydrogen fluoride into the water‐encapsulated complex removed the encapsulated water completely at room temperature. H‐bonding between the trapped water and fluoride is shown to play a key role for the water release process. : Quantitative encapsulation and removal of a single water molecule in an open‐cage fullerene has been observed under mild conditions through processes assisted by ethanol and hydrogen fluoride, respectively.
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