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Functionalization of fullerene at room temperature: toward new carbon vectors with improved physicochemical properties

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In this work, fullerene has been functionalized with cyanuric chloride at room temperature by a nitrene mediated [2 + 1] cycloaddition reaction. The adduct after functionalization is inherently in the form of azafulleroid and shows broad UV absorption in the wavelength range of 200–800 nm, as well as photothermal conversion and fluorescence with a high quantum yield.

Graphical abstract: Functionalization of fullerene at room temperature: toward new carbon vectors with improved physicochemical properties

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Submitted
21 Sep 2016
Accepted
21 Nov 2016
First published
23 Nov 2016

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2016,6, 112771-112775
Article type
Communication

Functionalization of fullerene at room temperature: toward new carbon vectors with improved physicochemical properties

Z. Beiranvand, A. Kakanejadifard, I. S. Donskyi, A. Faghani, Z. Tu, A. Lippitz, P. Sasanpour, F. Maschietto, B. Paulus, W. E. S. Unger, R. Haag and M. Adeli, RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 112771
DOI: 10.1039/C6RA23419D

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