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    • An order-disorder phase transition in the van der Waals based solvate of C60 and CClBrH2 

      Ye, Jin; Barrio Casado, María del; Céolin, René; Qureshi, Navid; Negrier, Philippe; Rietveld, Ivo B.; Tamarit Mur, José Luis (2018-04-04)
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      The co-crystal of C60·2CBrClH2 possesses a monoclinic (C2/m) structure at room temperature with both molecular entities, C60 and CBrClH2, orientationally ordered. At 322 K, it transforms reversibly into a hexagonal (P6/mmm) ...
    • Ordered and disordered solvates of C 60 and CBrCl 2 H 

      Ye, Jin; Barrio Casado, María del; Céolin, René; Qureshi, Navid; Negrier, Philippe; Rietveld, Ivo B.; Tamarit Mur, José Luis (2019-01-01)
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      The formation of co-crystals is often unexpected; however, the Buckminster fullerene, for which many solvates are known,is an excellent system to study this tendency. In the present paper, C60 and CBrCl2H co-crystals have ...
    • Orientational order in the stable buckminster fullerene solvate C60·2CBr2H2 

      Ye, Jin; Barrio Casado, María del; Negrier, Philippe; Qureshi, Navid; Rietveld, Ivo B.; Céolin, René; Tamarit Mur, José Luis (2017-04-01)
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      Crystals of the solvate C60·2CBr2H2 (monoclinic C2/m), which is stable in air, were grown by slow evaporation of solutions of C60 in CBr2H2 at room temperature. The high enthalpy change for the complete desolvation process, ...
    • Solid-state studies on C60 solvates 

      Ye, Jin (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2017-11-23)
      Doctoral thesis
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      This thesis focuses on the thermodynamic and crystallographic characterization of C60 solvates formed with small organic molecules (CBr2(CH3)2, CBr2Cl2, CBr2H2, CBrCl2H and CBrClH2) Chapter I provides an introduction ...
    • Van-der-Waals based solvates of C-60 with CBr2Cl2 and CBr2(CH3)(2) 

      Ye, Jin; Barrio Casado, María del; Céolin, René; Qureshi, Navid; Rietveld, Ivo B.; Tamarit Mur, José Luis (2016-09-30)
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      We demonstrate that solvates of fullerene C60 form very predictable structures with finely tunable properties through the choice of the second component or solvent. Cubic co-crystals of C60·12CCl2Br2 and C60·12CBr2(CH3)2 ...