HoO@C: HoO Cluster Expands within a Small Non-IPR Fullerene Cage of C(13333)-C.

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Summary of "HoO@C: HoO Cluster Expands within a Small Non-IPR Fullerene Cage of C(13333)-C."

Steering the cluster configuration inside a fullerene cage has been one of most interesting topics in the field of fullerenes, since the physical property of a cluster fullerene may be modified accordingly. It has been well-recognized that the cluster configuration can be tuned via altering the cage size. Typically, the carbide cluster and the oxide cluster are experimentally seen to be curled up within a small fullerene cage whereas they are expanded in a large cage. In this work, a new oxide cluster fullerene HoO@ C(13333)-C is prepared and isolated. The single-crystal X-ray diffraction (XRD) study reveals that the HoO cluster, however, expands within the small non-IPR cage of C(13333)-C with a Ho-O-Ho angle of >170°, indicating that cluster configuration is highly related to the cage shape and cage structure as well. The DFT computation demonstrates that the cluster-to-cage electron-transfer obviously enhances the aromaticity of the motif containing the fused-pentagon pair and hence stabilizes the non-IPR cage of C(13333)-C. In addition, the electrochemical and magnetic properties of HoO@ C(13333)-C are studied to further investigate the effect of endohedral HoO cluster.


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Name: Inorganic chemistry
ISSN: 1520-510X


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