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, 72 (17), 6526-33

Open-cage Fullerene Derivatives Having 11-, 12-, and 13-membered-ring Orifices: Chemical Transformations of the Organic Addends on the Rim of the Orifice

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Open-cage Fullerene Derivatives Having 11-, 12-, and 13-membered-ring Orifices: Chemical Transformations of the Organic Addends on the Rim of the Orifice

Manolis M Roubelakis et al. J Org Chem.

Abstract

A novel open-cage [60]fullerene derivative, having two sulfur atoms on the rim of its 13-membered-ring orifice, has been isolated and characterized. Extensive studies on the N-MEM group reactivity of this as well as other previously reported open-cage [60]fullerene derivatives led to several new open-cage [60]fullerene adducts.

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