Nuclear and Radiation Chemical Approaches to Fullerene Science by Tibor BraunNuclear and Radiation Chemical Approaches to Fullerene Science by Tibor Braun

Nuclear and Radiation Chemical Approaches to Fullerene Science

EditorTibor Braun

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The serendipitous discovery of the fullerenes by Kroto, Curl and Smalley in 1985, and the isolation and characterization of C60 by Krätschmer and Huffman in 1990 has caused an epidemic of research in this field. As a result, basic research on fullerenes has generated new knowledge as published in thousands of journal papers. The nuclear and radiation approaches, however, have been somewhat neglected in books dedicated to fullerene sciences, although these approaches have generated very interesting knowledge on the structure and composition of these new all-carbon molecules. This monograph intends to bridge this gap by dealing with the various aspects of nuclear sciences as applied to the generation of new knowledge in fullerene sciences. Ten chapters appear in this volume and were chosen to present a panoramic view and to provide theoretical perspectives, research methods, and experimental results on the topic. This book will serve both as an introduction to the subfield and as an aid to setting an agenda for scientists interested in this area of research. This is the first volume in a new series devoted to the developments in fullerene science.
Title:Nuclear and Radiation Chemical Approaches to Fullerene ScienceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:218 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.04 inPublished:December 7, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Part I: The Structure of Fullerenes in Solid State. 1. Positron Annihilation in Fullerenes; C.S. Sundar. 2. Muon (muSR) Spectroscopy of the Fullerenes; E.J. Ansaldo. 3. Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Fullerene Compounds; Z. Klencsár, A. Vértes. 4. Radiotracers and Nuclear Decay Phenomena in the Study of Metallofullerenes; H. Nakahara, K. Sueki. Part II: The Structure of Fullerenes in Solution. 5. Radiation Chemical Studies of Fullerenes and Derivatives in Solution. Redox Processes, Excited States and Radical Reactions; K.-D. Asmus, D.M. Guldi. Part III: The Composition of Fullerenes: Endohedral Fullerenes. 6. Endohedral Rare-Gas Radiofullerenes by Nuclear Recoil; G.E. Gadd. 7. The Study of Endohedral Fullerenes and Heterofullerenes by Nuclear Recoil and MD Simulation; T. Ohtsuki, K. Ohno. 8. Fullerenes Radiolabelled on the Carbon Cage; K. Masumoto, et al. 9. Fullerene Radiopharmaceuticals; G.J. Ehrhardt, L.J. Wilson. Part IV: The Composition of Fullerenes: Impurities in Fullerenes. 10. Elemental Impurities in and the Effect of Neutron Irradiation on Fullerenes. Keyword index.