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13C NMR Study of Oxygen Intercalation in C60

  • P. Bernier (a1), I. Luk'yanchuk (a1), Z. Belahmer (a1), M. Ribet (a1) and L. Firlej (a1)...

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High resolution 13C NMR has been used to investigate the properties of solid C60 after intercalation of molecular oxygen, which does not induce charge transfer with the host molecules. We show that, via the magnetic characteristics of the intercalant, information can be gained on its position and movement in the structure. In particular, molecular oxygen is found to occupy the middle of the octahedral site in the fcc structure of solid C60.

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13C NMR Study of Oxygen Intercalation in C60

  • P. Bernier (a1), I. Luk'yanchuk (a1), Z. Belahmer (a1), M. Ribet (a1) and L. Firlej (a1)...

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