Fulleranes: The Hydrogenated Fullerenes by Franco CataldoFulleranes: The Hydrogenated Fullerenes by Franco Cataldo

Fulleranes: The Hydrogenated Fullerenes

byFranco Cataldo

Paperback | June 28, 2012

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Fulleranes are a special class of carbon molecules derived from fullerenes whose double bonds are partially or at least theoretically fully saturated by hydrogen. The hydrogenation changes the chemical properties of fullerenes which can become susceptible to substitution reactions as opposed to addition reactions to the double bonds (present in common fullerenes). One of the most intriguing aspects of fulleranes is the fact that they have been thought to exist in the interstellar medium or even in certain circumstellar media. "Fulleranes: The Hydrogenated Fullerenes" presents the state of the art research, synthesis and properties of these molecules.This book also includes astrophysicists' and astrochemists' expectations regarding the presence of these molecules in space.
Title:Fulleranes: The Hydrogenated FullerenesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:350 pagesPublished:June 28, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400732090

ISBN - 13:9789400732094

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Table of Contents

1. Fulleranes and Carbon Nanostructures in the Interstellar Medium (Susana Iglesias Groth, Franco Cataldo).- 2. Infrared and Ultraviolet Spectra of Fulleranes: Hreels Studies and Implications for the Interstellar Medium (Carlo Carraro, Roya Maboudian, Conrad Stoldt).- 3. The Potential Role Played by Fullerene-Like Structures of Interstellar Carbon Dust in the Formation of Molecular Hydrogen in Space (Franco Cataldo, Susana Iglesias-Groth).- 4. Thermodynamic Properties of Fullrene Hydrides C60H2n and Equilibria of Their Reactions (Gennady J. Kabo, Larisa Karpushenkava, Yauheni Paulechka).- 5. Fulleranes by Direct Reaction with Hydrogen Gas at Elevated Conditions (Alexandr Talyzin).- 6. Chemical Methods to Prepare [60]Fulleranes (Jonathan B. Briggs and Glen P. Miller).- 7. Synthesis Stability and Spectroscopy of Perdeuterofulleranes: C60H36 and C70H38. Evidences of Isotope Effects (Franco Cataldo, Susana Iglesias-Groth, Arturo Manchado).- 8. Isotope Effect in the UV Photolysis of Hydrogenated and Perdeuterated Fulleranes (Franco Cataldo, Susana Iglesias-Groth, Arturo Manchado).- 9. Characterization of Fulleranes by NMR Spectroscopy (Dan Johnels, Thomas Wågberg and Mattias Hedenström).- 10. Low Temperature Spectroscopy of C60 and C70 Fullerenes and Fullerane C60H18 (Franco Cataldo, Susana Iglesias-Groth, Arturo Manchado).- 11. High-Pressure Hydrogenated Carbon Nanostructures (A.V. Bazhenov, I.O. Bashkin, K.P. Meletov).- 12. Topological Modeling of Hydrogenated Fullerenes (Ottorino Ori, Franco Cataldo, Susana Iglesias-Groth, Ante Graovac).

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From the reviews:"Buch hydrogenation was one of the very first reactions of fullerenes, reported by Haufler, Smalley, and numerous co workers in 1990. . the reader gets an overview of the role of fulleranes and related carbon nanostructures in absorption lines and hydrogen formation in the interstellar medium . . Overall, this book is a worthwhile investment for individuals or libraries who want a quick look at the state of the art of hydrogenated fullerenes." (John P. Selegue, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 133, 2011)