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Dr. Salvatore Mamone, Dr. Maria Concistrè, Dr. Ivo Heinmaa, Dr. Marina Carravetta, Dr. Ilya Kuprov, Gary Wall, Dr. Mark Denning, Dr. Xuegong Lei, Dr. Judy Y.-C. Chen, Dr. Yongjun Li, Prof. Yasujiro Murata, Prof. Nicholas J. Turro  and Prof. Malcolm H. Levitt Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Hydrogen Molecules Trapped inside C70 Fullerene Cages ChemPhysChem 14

Version of Record online: 20 JUN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201300269

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Rattling the cage: A solid-state NMR study of H2 molecules confined inside the cavity of C70 fullerene cages over a wide range of temperatures (300 K to 4 K) is presented. The proton NMR spectra are consistent with a model in which the dipole–dipole coupling between the ortho-H2 protons is averaged over the rotational/translational states of the confined quantum rotor.

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