76. Photophysics Modulation in Photoswitchable Metal−Organic Frameworks

Rice, A. M.; Martin, C. R.; Galitskiy, V. A.;  Berseneva, A. A.; Leith, G. A.; Shustova, N. B.

Chem. Rev., 2019, XXX, DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrev.9b00350

75. Selective Catalytic Chemistry at Rhodium (II) Nodes in Bimetallic Metal-Organic Frameworks 

Shakya, D. M.; Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Rajeshkumar, T.; Senanayake, S. D.; Brandt, A. J.; Farzandh, S.; Acharya, N.; Ebrahim, A. M.; Frenkel, A. I.; Rui, N.; Tate, G. L.; Monnier, J. R.; Vogiatzis, K. D.; Shustova, N. B.; Chen, D. A.

Angew. Chem., 2019, 131, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201908761

74. Thermodynamics and Electronic Properties of Heterometallic Multinuclear An-MOFs with “Structural Memory” 

Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Martin, C. R.; Olorunfemi, O. A; Leith, G. A.; Ly, R. T.; Rice, A. M.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Smith, M. D.; Karakalos, S. G.; Birkner, N.; Powell, B. A.; Pandey, S.; Koch, R. J.; Misture, S. T.; zur Loye, H.-C.; Phillpot, S. R.; Brinkman, K. S.; Shustova, N. B.

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2019, 141, 29, 1162811640.

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73. “Boarding-up”: Radiation Damage and Radionuclide Leaching Kinetics in Linker-Capped Metal-Organic Frameworks  

Berseneva, A. A.; Martin, C. R.; Galitskiy, V. A.; Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Leith, G. A.; Ly, R. T.; Rice, A. M.; Dolgopolova E. A.; Smith, M. D.; zur Loye, H.-C.; DiPrete, D. P.; Amoroso, J. W.; Shustova, N. B.

Inorg. Chem., 2019. DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.9b01310

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72. Heterometallic Metal–Organic Frameworks (MOFs): The Advent of Improving the Energy Landscape 

Rice, A. M.; Leith, G. A.; Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Shustova, N. B.

ACS Energy Lett. 2019, 4, 8, 1938-1946

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71. Connecting Wires: Photoinduced Electronic Structure Modulation in Metal-Organic Frameworks 

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Galitskiy, V. A.; Martin, C. R.; Gregory, H. N.; Yarbrough, B. J.; Rice, A. M.; Berseneva, A. A.; Ejegbavwo, O. A; Stephenson, K. S.; Kittikhunnatham, P.; Karakalos, S. G.; Smith, M. D.; Greytak, A. B.; Garashchuk, S.; Shustova, N. B.

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2019, 141, 13, 53505358.

70. Stack the Bowls: Tailoring Electronic Structure of Corannulene‐Integrated Crystalline Materials 

Rice, A. M.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Yarbrough, B. J.; Leith, G. A.;  Martin, C. M.; Stephenson, K. S.; Heugh, R. A.; Brandt, A. M.; Chen, D. A.; Karakalos, S. G.; Smith, M. D.; Hatzell, K. B.; Pellechia, P. J.; Garashchuk, S.; Shustova, N. B.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2018, 57, 11310–11315.

69. Flipping the Switch: Fast Photoisomerization in a Confined Environment

Williams, D. E.; Martin, C. M.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Swifton, A.; Godfrey, D. C.; Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Pellechia, P. J.; Smith, M. D.; Shustova, N. B.

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2018, 140, 7611–7622.

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68. Photochemistry and Photophysics of MOFs: Steps Towards MOF-based Sensing Enhancements

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Rice, A. M., Martin, C. M.; Shustova, N. B.

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2018, 47, 4710–4728. 

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67. Actinide-based MOFs: a Middle Ground in Solution and Solid-State Structural Motifs

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Rice, A. M.; Shustova, N. B.

Chem. Commun. 201854, 64726483.

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66. Hierarchical Materials as Tailored Nuclear Waste Forms: A Perspective 

zur Loye, H.-C.; Besmann, T.; Amoroso, J.; Brinkman, K.; Grandjean, A.; Henager, C. H.; Hu, S.; Misture, S. T.; Phillpot, S. R.; Shustova, N. B.; Wang, H.; Koch, R. J.; Morrison, G.; Dolgopolova, E. A. 

Chem. Mater., 2018, 30, 4475–4488.

65. Inkjet-Printed Photoluminescent Patterns of Aggregation-Induced-Emission Chromophores on Surface-Anchored Metal–Organic Frameworks

Baroni, N.; Turshatov, A.; Adams, M.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Schlisske, S.; Hernandez-Sosa, G.; Wöll, C.; Shustova, N. B.; Richards, B. S.; Howard, I. A. 

ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces201810, 25754–25762.

64. Multifaceted Modularity: A Key for Stepwise Building of Hierarchical Complexity in Actinide Metal-Organic Frameworks

Dolgopolova, E. A.;  Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Martin, C. R.; Smith, M. D.; Setyawan, M. W.; Karakalos, S. G.; zur Loye, H.-C.; Shustova, N. B.

 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017139, 16852–16851.

63. Electronic Properties of Bimetallic Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Tailoring the Density of Electronic States Through MOF Modularity

Dolgopolova, E. A.;  Brandt, A. J.; Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Duke, A. S.; Maddumapatabandi, T. D.; Galhenage, R. P.; Larson, B. W.; Reid, O. G.; Ammal, S. A.; Heyden, A.;  Chandrashekhar, M.; Stavila, V.; Chen, D. A.; Shustova, N. B.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017139, 5201–5209.

62. Hierarchical Corannulene-Based Materials: Energy Transfer, and Solid-State Photophysics

Rice, A. M.; Fellows, B. W.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Greytak, A. B.; Vannucci, A. K.; Smith, M. D.; Karakalos S. G.; Krause, J. A.; Avdoshenko, S. M; Popov, A. A.; Shustova, N. B.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201756, 4525–4529.

61. Fulleretic Materials: Buckyball- and Buckybowl-Based Crystalline Frameworks

Rice, A. M.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Shustova, N. B.

Chem. Mater. 201729, 7054–7061.

60. A Metal-Organic Framework as a Flask: Photophysics of Confined Chromophores with a Benzylidene Imidazolinone Core

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Moore, T.; Ejegbavwo, O. A.; Pellechia P. J.;  Shustova, N. B.

Chem. Commun. (Emerging Investigator Issue) 201753, 7361–7364.

59. Metal-Organic Framework Photophysics: Optoelectronic Devices, Photoswitches, Sensors, and Photocatalysts

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Shustova, N. B.

MRS Bull. 201641, 890–896.

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58. Photophysics, Dynamics, and Energy Transfer in Rigid Mimics of GFP-based Systems

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Rice, A. M.; Smith, M. D.; Shustova, N. B.

Inorg. Chem. 201655, 7257–7264.

57. Fulleretic Well-Defined Scaffolds: Donor-Fullerene Alignment Through Metal Coordination and Its Effect on Photophysics

Williams, D. E.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Godfrey, D. C.; Ermolaeva, E. D. Pellechia, P. J.; Greytak, A. B.; Smith, M. D.; Avdoshenko, S. M; Popov, A. A.; Shustova, N. B.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201655, 9070–9074.

56. Photophysics of GFP-related Chromophores Imposed by a Scaffold Design

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Moore, T. M.; Fellows, W. B.; Smith, M. D.; Shustova, N. B.

Dalton Trans. (New Talents: Americas)201645, 9884–9881.   

55. Redox-Active Corannulene Buckybowls in a Crystalline Hybrid Scaffold

Fellows, B. W.; Rice, A. M; Williams, D. E.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Vannucci, A. K.; Pellechia, P.J.; Smith, M. D.; Krause, J. A.;  Shustova, N. B.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201655, 2195–2199.

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54. A Bio-inspired Approach for Chromophore Communication: Ligand-to-Ligand and Host-to-Guest Energy Transfer in Hybrid Crystalline Scaffolds

Dolgopolova, E. A.; Williams, D. E.; Greytak, A. B.; Rice, A. M.; Smith, M. D.; Krause, J. A.; Shustova, N. B.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201554, 13639–13643.

53. A Mimic of the Green Fluorescent Protein β-barrel: Photophysics and Dynamics of Confined Chromophores Defined by a Rigid Porous Scaffold

Williams, D. E.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Pellechia, P.J.; Palukoshka, A.; Wilson, T. J.; Tan, R.; Maier, J. M.; Greytak, A. B.; Smith, M. D.;  Krause, J. A.;  Shustova, N. B.

J. Am. Chem. Soc2015137, 2223–2226.

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52. Metal-Organic Frameworks as a Versatile Tool To Study and Model Energy Transfer Processes

Williams, D. E.; Shustova, N. B.

Chem. Eur. J. 201521, 15474–15479.

51. Active Sites in Copper-based Metal-Organic Frameworks: Understanding Substrate Dynamics, Redox Processes, and Valence-Band Structure

Duke, A. S.; Dolgopolova, E. A.; Galhenage, R. P.; Ammal, S. C.; Heyden, A.; Smith, M. D.; Chen, D. A.; Shustova, N. B.

J. Phys. Chem. C2015119, 27457–27466.

50. Supramolecular Assembly of Metal-Organic Tubes Constructed from the Ditopic Heteroscorpionate Ligand (4-NH2C6H4)CHpz2 (pz = Pyrazol-1-yl) and Silver(I)

Gardinier, J. R.; Hewage, J. S.; Hoffman, J. H; Lindeman, S. V.; Williams, D. E.; Shustova, N. B.

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2016, 2615–2625.

49. Energy Transfer on Demand: Photoswitch-Directed Behavior of Metal−Porphyrin Frameworks

Williams, D. E.; Rietman, J. A.; Maier, J. M.; Tan, R.; Greytak, A. B.; Smith, M. D.; Krause, J. A.; Shustova, N. B.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014136, 11886–11889.

48. Perfluoroalkylfullerenes 

Boltalina, O. V., Kuvychko, I. V.; Popov A. A.; Shustova, N. B.; Strauss, S. H. 

Chem. Rev. 2015115, 1051–1105.

 

47. An Elusive Fulvene 1,7,11,24-C60(CF3)4 and Its Unusual Reactivity  

Whitaker, J. B.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Shustova, N. B.; Chen, Y.-S.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

Chem. Commun. 201450, 1205–1208.

 

46. Selective Turn-On Ammonia Sensing Enabled by High-Temperature Fluorescence in Metal–Organic Frameworks with Open Metal Sites

Shustova, N. B.; Cozzolino, A. F.; Reineke, S.; Baldo, M.; Dincă, M.   

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013135, 13326–13329.

 

45. Regioselective Sequential Additions of Nucleophiles and Electrophiles to Perfluoroalkylfullerenes: Which Cage C Atoms Are the Most Reactive and Why?

Clikeman, T. T.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Shustova, N. B.; Chen, Y.-S.; Popov, A. A.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H. 

Chem. Eur. J. 201319, 5070–5080.

 

44. Structure of 7,9,12,15,18,20,39,24,45,57-C60(CF3)10(1,2:3,4-O)2. The First Regiospecific Diepoxidation of a Fullerene Derivative

Whitaker, J. B.; Shustova, N. B.; Strauss, S. H; Boltalina, O. V.  

Acta Chim. Slov. 201360, 577–582 (a special issue in honor of Prof. Žemva).

 

43. Phenyl Ring Dynamics in a Tetraphenylethylene-Bridged Metal-Organic Framework: Implications for the Mechanism of Aggregation-Induced Emission

Shustova, N. B.; Ong, T.-C.; Cozzolino, A. F.; Michaelis, V. K.; Griffin, R. G.; Dincă, M.

 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012134, 15061–15070.

 

42. Conformational Locking by Design: Relating Strain Energy with Luminescence and Stability in Rigid Metal–Organic Frameworks

Shustova, N. B.; Cozzolino, A. F.; Dincă, M.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012134, 19596–19599. 

 

41. Turn-On Fluorescence in Tetraphenylethylene-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks: an Alternative to Aggregation-Induced Emission 

Shustova, N. B.; McCarthy, B. D.; Dincă M.     

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011133, 20126–20129.

 

40. Poly(perfluoroalkylation) of Metallic Nitride Fullerenes Reveals Addition-Pattern Guidelines: Synthesis and Characterization of a Family of Sc3N@C80(CF3)n (n = 2−16) and Their Radical Anions 

Shustova, N. B.; Peryshkov, D. V.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Chen, Y.-S.; Mackey, M. A.; Coumbe, C. E.; Heaps, D. T.; Confait, B. S.; Heine, T.;   

Phillips, J. P.; Stevenson, S.; Dunsch, L.; Popov, A. A.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011133, 2672–2690.

 

39. Nitrogen Directs Multiple Radical Additions to 9,9'-Bi-1-aza(C60-Ih)[5,6]fullerene: X-ray Structure of 6,9,12,15,18-C59N(CF3)5

Shustova, N. B.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Popov, A. A.; Delius, M.; Dunsch, L.; Anderson, O. P.; Hirsch, A.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201150, 5537–5540.

 

38. Chemical Tailoring of Fullerene Acceptors: Synthesis, Structures and Electrochemical Properties of Perfluoroisopropylfullerenes 

Shustova, N. B.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Peryshkov, D. V.; Whitaker, J. B.; Larson, B. W.; Chen, Y.-S.; Dunsch, L.; Seppelt, K.; Popov, A. A.;

Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

Chem. Commun. 201147, 875–877. 

 

37. Substituent Effects in a Series of 1,7-C60(RF)2 Compounds (RF = CF3, C2F5n-C3F7i-C3F7n-C4F9s-C4F9n-C8F17): Electron affinities, Reduction Potentials and E(LUMO) Values Are Not Always Correlated

Kuvychko, I. V.; Whitaker, J. B.; Larson, B. W.; Folsom, T. C.; Shustova, N. B.; Avdoshenko, S. M.; Chen, Y.-S.; Wen, H.; Wang, X.

B.; Dunsch, L.; Popov, A. A.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H. 

Chem. Sci. 20123, 1399–1407.

 

36. In Search of Fullerene-Based Superacids: Synthesis, X-ray Structure, and DFT study of C60(C2F5)H 

Kuvychko, I. V.; Shustova, N. B.; Avdoshenko, S. M.; Popov, A. A.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.  

Chem. Eur. J. 201117, 8799–8802.

 

35. Saturnene Revealed : X-ray Crystal Structure of D5d-C60F20 Formed in Reactions of C60 with AxMFy Fluorinating Agents (A = Alkali Metal; M = 3d Metal)

Shustova, N. B.; Mazej, Z.; Chen, Y.-S.; Popov, A. A.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.  

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201049, 812–815. 

 

34. High-Temperature and Photochemical Syntheses of C60 and C70 Fullerene Derivatives with Linear Perfluoroalkyl Chains

Shustova, N. B.; Kareev, I. E.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Whitaker, J. B.; Lebedkin, S. F.; Popov, A. A.; Dunsch, L.; Chen, Y.-S.; Seppelt, K.; Strauss, S.H.; Boltalina O. V. 

 J. Fluorine Chem. 2010131, 1198–1212.

 

33. Soluble Chlorofullerenes C60Cl2,4,6,8,10. Synthesis, Purification, Compositional Analysis, Stability, and Experimental/Theoretical Structural Elucidation, Including the X-ray Structure of C1-C60Cl10

Kuvychko, I. V.; Streletskii, A. V.; Shustova, N. B.; Seppelt, K.; Drewello, Popov, A. A.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V. 

 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 6443–6462.

 

32. Redox-Tuning Endohedral Fullerene Spin States: From the Dication to the Trianion Radical of Sc3N@C80(CF3)2 in Five Reversible Single-Electron Steps

Popov, A. A.; Shustova, N. B.; Svitova, A. L.; Mackey, M. A.; Coumbe, C. E.; Phillips, J. P.; Stevenson, S.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.; Dunsch, L.  

Chem.-Eur. J. 201016, 4721–4724.

 

31. Unraveling the Electron Spin Resonance Pattern of Nonsymmetric Radicals with 30 Fluorine Atoms: Electron Spin Resonance and Vis-Near Infrared Spectroelectrochemistry of the Anion Radicals and Dianions of C60(CF3)2n (2n = 2–10) Derivatives and Density Functional Theory-Assisted Assignment

Popov, A. A.; Kareev, I. E.; Shustova, N. B.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.; Dunsch, L.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 1709–11721. 

 

 30. Sc3N@(C80-Ih(7)(CF3)14 and Sc3N@(C80-Ih(7))(CF3)16. Endohedral Metallofullerene Derivatives with Exohedral Addends on Four and Eight Triple-Hexagon Junctions. Does the Sc3N Cluster Control the Addition Pattern or Vice Versa?

Shustova, N. B.; Chen, Y.-S.; Mackey, M. A.; Coumbe C. E.; Phillips, J. P.; Stevenson, S.; Popov, A. A.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009131, 17630–17637.

 

29. C1-(C84-C2(11))(CF3)12: Trifluoromethylation Yields Structural Proof of a Minor C84 Cage and Reveals a Principle of Higher Fullerene Reactivity

Kareev, I. E.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Shustova, N. B., Lebedkin, S. F.; Bubnov, V. P.; Anderson, O. P.; Popov, A. A.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.  

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2008120, 6204–6207.

 

28. Synthesis and X-ray or NMR/DFT Structure Elucidation of Twenty-One New Trifluoromethyl Derivatives of Soluble Cage Isomers of C76,  C78, C84, and C90 

Kareev, I. E.; Popov, A. A.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Shustova, N. B., Lebedkin, S. F.; Bubnov, V. P.; Anderson, O. P.; Seppelt, K.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008130, 13471–13489.

 

27. Molecular and Crystal Structure of the C60F18 Adducts with Bromine and Carbon Disulfide

Shustova, N. B.; Serov, M.; Troyanov, S. I.

Fullerenes Nanotubes Carbon Nanostruct. 200816, 597–602.

 

26. 1,7,16,30,36,47-Hexakis(perfluoroisopropyl)-1,7,16,30,36,47-hexahydro(C60Ih)[5,6]fullerene

Shustova, N. B.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H. 

Acta Cryst. 2007E63, o4575. 

 

25. ESR-Vis-NIR Spectroelectrochemical Study of C70(CF3)2−· and C70(C2F5)2−· Radical Anions

Popov, A. A.; Shustova, N. B.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.; Dunsch, L.

ChemPhysChem 20089, 431–438.

 

24. Synthesis, Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Characterization, and DFT Study of Seventeen C70(CF3)n Derivatives (n = 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12)

Popov, A. A.; Kareev, I. E.; Shustova, N. B.; Lebedkin, S. F.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.; Dunsch, L.

Chem. Eur. J200814, 107–121.

 

23. 1,3,7,10,14,17,21,28,31,42,52,55-Dodecakis(trifluoromethyl)-1,3,7,10,14,17,21,28,31,42,52,55-dodecahydro(C60-Ih)[5,6]fullerene

Shustova, N. B.; Anderson, O. P.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H. 

Acta Cryst. 2007E64, o159.

 

22. Radical Trifluoromethylation of Sc3N@C80

Shustova, N. B.; Popov, A. A.; Mackay, M. A.; Coumbe, C. E.; Phillips, J. P.; Stevenson, S.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007129, 11676–11677.

 

21. Trifluoromethyl Derivatives of Insoluble Small-HOMO-LUMO-Gap Hollow Higher Fullerenes. NMR and DFT Structure Elucidation of C2-(C74-D3h(CF3)12, Cs-(C76-Td)(CF3)12, C2-(C78-D3h(5))(CF3)12, Cs-(C80-C2v(5))(CF3)12, and C2-(C82-C2(5))(CF3)12

Shustova, N. B.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Bolskar, R. D.; Seppelt, K.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006128, 15793–15798.

 

20. Discovering and Verifying Fullerene Cage Isomers: Structures of C2-p11-(C74-D3h)(CF3)12 and C2-p11-(C78-D3h(5))(CF3)12

Shustova, N. B.; Newell, B. S.; Miller, S. M.; Anderson, O. P.; Bolskar, R. D.; Seppelt, K.; Popov, A. A.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 200746, 4111–4114.

 

19. Electrochemical, Spectroscopic, and DFT Study of C60(CF3)n Frontier Orbitals (n = 2–18): The Link between Double Bonds in Pentagons and Reduction Potentials

Popov, A. A.; Kareev, I. E.; Shustova, N. B.; Stukalin, E. B.; Lebedkin, S. F.; Seppelt, K.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.; Dunsch, L.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007129, 11551–11568.

 

18. Thermally-Stable Perfluoroalkylfullerenes With the Skew-Pentagonal Pyramid Pattern: C60(C2F5)4O, C60(CF3)4O, and C60(CF3)6

Kareev, I. E.; Shustova, N. B.; Kuvychko, I. V.; Lebedkin, S. F.; Miller, S. M.; Anderson, O. P.; Popov, A. A.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006128, 12268–12280. 

 

17.1,6,11,18,24,27,33,51,54,60-Decakis(trifluoromethyl)-1,6,11,18,24,27,33,51,54,60-decahydro(C60-Ih)[5,6]fullerene

Shustova, N. B.; Peryshkov, D. V.; Popov, A. A.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.     

Acta Cryst. 2007E63, o3129.

 

16.1,6,11,18,24,27,33,51,54,60-Octakis(trifluoromethyl)-1,6,11,18,24,27,33,-51,54,60-octahydro(C60-Ih)[5,6]fullerene Deuterochloroform Solvate

Shustova, N. B.; Peryshkov, D. V.; Kareev, I. E.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.

Acta Cryst. 2007, E63, o3398. 

 

15.1,4,7,11,18,21,24,31,35,39,51,58,61,64-Tetradecakis(trifluoromethyl)-1,4,7,11,18,21,24,-31,35,39,51,58,61,64-tetradecahydro(C70D5h[5,6]fullerene p-xylene Trisolvate

Shustova, N. B.; Peryshkov, D. V.; Kareev, I. E.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.

Acta Cryst2007E63, o3928–o3929.

 

14. X-ray Structure and DFT Study of C1-C60(CF3)12. A High-Energy Kinetically-Stable Isomer Prepared at 500 °C

Kareev, I. E.; Shustova, N. B.; Peryshkov, D. V.; Lebedkin, S. F.; Miller, S. M.; Anderson, O. P.; Popov, A. A.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H. 

Chem. Commun. 2007, 1650–1652. 

 

13.1,4,10,19,25,41,55,60,67,69-Decakis(trifluoromethyl)-1,4,10,19,25,41,55,60,67,69-decahydro(C70-D5h)[5,6]fullerene

Shustova, N. B.; Peryshkov, D. V.; Boltalina, O. V.; Strauss, S. H.

Acta Cryst. 2007E63, o4073. 

 

12.1,6,11,18,24,27,52,55-Octakis(trifluoromethyl)-1,6,11,18,24,27,52,55-octahydro(C60-Ih)[5,6]fullerene

Kareev, I. E.; Shustova, N. B.; Newell, B. S.; Miller, S. M.; Anderson, O. P.; Strauss, S. H.; Boltalina, O. V. 

Acta Cryst. 2006E62, o3154–o3156.

 

11. Structure of Halofullerenes Using Experimental and Theoretical Approaches

Troyanov, S.; Shustova, N.; Popov, A.; Ioffe, I.; Kemnitz, E. 

Acta Cryst. 2005A61, 19–20.

 

10. Crystal Structure C60 Prepared by a Reaction C60 with POCl3

Shustova, N. B.; Chernyshev, D. Y.; Troyanov S. I.

Mendeleev Commun. 20064, 209–210.

 

9. Preparation and Structural Characterization of Two Kinetically Stable Chlorofullerenes, C28Cl60 and C60Cl30

Troyanov, S. I.; Shustova, N. B.; Popov, A. A.; Sidorov, L. N.; Kemnitz, E.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 200544, 432–435. 

 

8. Preparation and Crystallographic Characterization of C60Cl24

Shustova, N. B.; Popov, A. A.; Sidorov, L. N.; Turnbull, A. P.; Kemnitz, E.; Troyanov, S. I. 

Chem. Commun. 2005, 1411–1413.

 

7. Synthesis and Structure of the Highly Chlorinated [60]fullerene C60Cl30 with a Drum-Shaped Carbon Cage 

Troshin, P. A.; Lyubovskaya, R. N., Ioffe, I. N.; Shustova, N. B.; Kemnitz, E.; Troyanov, S. I.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 200544, 234–237.

 

6. Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Highly Chlorinated C70, C70Cl28

Troyanov, S. I.; Shustova, N. B.; Ioffe, I. N.; Turnbull, A. P.; Kemnitz, E.        

Chem. Commun. 2005, 72–74. 

 

5. Synthesis and Structure of C60 Fullerene Chlorides 

Troyanov, S. I.; Shustova, N. B.; Popov, A. A.; Sidorov, L.N.

Russ. Chem. Bull. 200554, 1656–1666. 

 

4. Electron Affinity and Suppression Effect in Analysis of Chlorofullerenes by MALDI Mass Spectrometry

Sidorov, L. N.; Livadaris, V.; Shustova, N. B.; Ioffe, I. N.; Kemnitz, E.; Troyanov, S. I. 

Russ. Chem. Bull. 200554, 1121–1124.

 

3. Synthesis and Properties of Inorganic Compounds Fullerene C60 and C70 Chlorination using Chlorides SbCl5 and VCl4

Troyanov, S. I.; Shustova, N. B., Popov, A. A.; Feist, M.; Kemnitz, E. 

Russ. J. Inorg. Chem. 200449, 1303–1307.

 

2. Negative Ions of Trifluoromethyl Fullerene Derivatives: First Thermodynamic Data

Alyoshina V. E., Borshchevsky A. Ya., Dorozhkin E. I., Goryunkov A. A., Astakhov A. V., Shustova N. B., Ovchinnikova N. S.

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostruct. 200312, 201–207.

 

1. Fluorination of the Cubic and Hexagonal C60 Modifications by Crystalline Manganese Trifluoride

Aleshina, V. E.; Borschevskii, A. Ya.; Skokan, E. V.; Arhangelskii, I. V.; Astahov, A. V.; Shustova, N. B.  

Phys. Solid State 200244, 629–630.

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