fulleride


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fulleride

(ˈfʊləˌraɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a compound of a fullerene in which atoms are trapped inside the cage of carbon atoms
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This "partial" rehydrogenation/dehydrogenation of the composite mimicking the reversibility reported for NaAl[H.sub.4] is instead likely due to the formation of a new material: sodium fulleride nano composite.
The occurrence of superconductivity in this non-cubic fulleride was rationalized in terms of hybridization between the fulleride ions and one of the two crystallographically distinct Ba ions, as revealed by the close contacts.
Electronic structures of fullerenes and fullerides. Computational Approaches in Condensed-Matter Physics, pp.
Miyamoto, "Electronic structures of [C.sub.60] fullerides and related materials," Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, vol.