A textbook of inorganic chemistry vol.XI part II

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1997. ʋ 4. Ɋ. 679-683. 5. Ɇ. Transformations in fullerene-intermetallic compound-hydrogen systems // Zhurn. neorg. khimii. 1997. Vol. 42. P. 920. 6. A. Hydrogenation of fullerenes C60 and C70 in presence of hydride-forming metals and metallic compounds // J. Alloy and Comp. 1997. Vol. 25. P. 253-254. 7. V. Promotion of fullerene hydride synthesis by intermetallic compounds // Proceed. 12th World Hydrogen Energy Conf. Buenos Aires. Argentine. 1998. Vol. 2. P. 1221. 8. P. Mechanism of hydrogenation of fullerite-metallic compositions // Zhurn.

Hydrogen power engineering is actual and wide and manysided field of contemporary science. It is excellent that during the conference we discuss many problematic tasks and questions of hydrogen and carbon chemistry. Need of rapidly developing new equipment in substances with given properties promoted development of a number of new fields of chemistry, including hydrogen materials studies and chemistry of carbon nanomaterials. The main direction for provision of protection of air basin is creation of ecologically pure transport by the way of utilization of different types of nontraditional fuel, including hydrogen.

Objective of the work C60 and C70 fullerenes are good electron acceptors [9, 10]. They are reduced readily and reversibly in the basis and exited states [11-15]. Owing to their electron-seeking properties, fullerenes form charge-transfer complexes with the substances capable for donating their electrons [16-19]. A large body of experimental research in different countries has revealed that aromatic hydrocarbons with extensively studied electron-donor capacity are the best solvents for C60 fullerene [6, 20].

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