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Binding for endohedral-metallofullerene superatoms induced by magnetic coupling



Binding for endohedral-metallofullerene superatoms induced by magnetic coupling



Chemical Communications 54(95): 13383-13386



To design new materials based on artificial superatoms, clarifying their involved interaction is particularly important. In this study, we discuss first-principle calculations to show that the interaction between endohedral metallofullerenes (EMFs) of U@C28 can lead to different chemical and physical adsorption structures. Especially, these structures are derived from different magnetic coupling resonances, and they can transform by changing the distance between U@C28 superatoms. These findings will promote the future development for bottom-up assembling of new functional materials and even devices.

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DOI: 10.1039/c8cc08200f


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