The cyclic voltammetry of a series of soluble N-methylfulleropyrrolidinium salts shows that these materials are better electron-acceptors than unmodi®ed C60. The stability of mono-reduced, zwitterionic, and doubly-reduced anionic species, produced either electrochemically or chemically, has been checked by absorption spectroscopy. Langmuir±Blodgett (LB) layers of the C60 derivatives mixed with tricosanoic acid have been built up on different substrates. The optical properties of the ®lms have been characterized using absorption spectroscopy and their structure was investigated by X-ray diffraction.

Novel Fulleropyrrolidinium-Based Materials

DA ROS, TATIANA;PRATO, MAURIZIO;
2000

Abstract

The cyclic voltammetry of a series of soluble N-methylfulleropyrrolidinium salts shows that these materials are better electron-acceptors than unmodi®ed C60. The stability of mono-reduced, zwitterionic, and doubly-reduced anionic species, produced either electrochemically or chemically, has been checked by absorption spectroscopy. Langmuir±Blodgett (LB) layers of the C60 derivatives mixed with tricosanoic acid have been built up on different substrates. The optical properties of the ®lms have been characterized using absorption spectroscopy and their structure was investigated by X-ray diffraction.
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