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Tanuma, Y., Maekawa, T. & Ewels, C. (2021) Methodological Investigation for Hydrogen Addition to Small Cage Carbon Fullerenes. Crystals, 11 1334. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.3390/cryst11111334
Clé BibTeX: Tanuma2021a
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Catégories: INTERNATIONAL, PMN
Mots-clés: dft, Fullerene, functionalisation, growth, hydrogenation, interstellar, REBO, xTB
Créateurs: Ewels, Maekawa, Tanuma
Collection: Crystals
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Indice de consultation : 13%
Indice de popularité : 3.25%
Liens URLs     https://www.mdpi.c ... 73-4352/11/11/1334
Résumé     
Hydrogenated small fullerenes (Cn, n < 60) are of interest as potential astrochemical species, and as intermediates in hydrogen-catalysed fullerene growth. However, the computational identification of key stable species is difficult due to the vast configurationally space of structures. In this study, we explored routes to predict stable hydrogenated small fullerenes. We showed that neither local fullerene geometry nor local electronic structure analysis was able to correctly predict subsequent low-energy hydrogenation sites, and sequential stable addition searches also sometimes failed to identify most stable hydrogenated fullerene isomers. Of the empirical and semi-empirical methods tested, GFN2-xTB consistently gave highly accurate energy correlations (r > 0.99) to full DFT-LDA calculations at a fraction of the computational cost. This allowed identification of the most stable hydrogenated fullerenes up to 4H for four fullerenes, namely two isomers of C28 and C40, via “brute force” systematic testing of all symmetry-inequivalent combinations. The approach shows promise for wider systematic studies of smaller hydrogenated fullerenes.
  
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Number: 11 Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
  
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