203rd Meeting - Paris, France

April 27-May 2, 2003


R7 - Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures

Monday, April 28, 2003

Espace Arn-en-Ciel, Level 4, Le Palais des Congres (First Floor, Hotel Concorde La Fayette)

Co-Chairs: H. Shinohara and T. Akasaka

10:201493 Thin Films of Endohedral Fullerenes: Conductivity and Air Sensitivity of Li@C60 and La@C82 - E. Campbell, V. Popok, A. Lassesson, A. Gromov (Goteborg University and Chalmers University of Technology), A. Taninaka, and H. Shinohara (Nagoya University)
10:501494 Langmuir-Blodgett Films of the Endohedral Metallofullerene Dy@C82 Mixed with Metallophthalocyanine and Their Photoelectrochemistry - S. Yang and S. Yang (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
11:051495 Are the Motion of La Atoms Inside C80 Controllable by Exohedral Addition ? - K. Kobayashi, S. Nagase (Institute for Molecular Science), Y. Maeda, T. Wakahara, and T. Akasaka (University of Tsukuba)
11:201496 Direct Isolation of Metallofullerenes by Chemical Reduction - L. Huanjun, S. Baoyun, S. Zujin, and G. Zhennan (Peking University)
11:351497 Study on the Electron Spin State of La_2@C80 Anion - T. Kato (Institute for Molecular Science), S. Okubo (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies), H. Matsuoka (Institute for Molecular Science), and K.P. Dinse (Darmstadt University of Technology)
11:501498 New Routes to Stable Endohedral Nitride Cluster Fullerenes - L. Dunsch, P. Georgi, J. Naock, and M. Krause (IFW Dresden)

Co-Chairs: T. Sugai and R. Bolskar

13:301499 Endofullerenes in Liquid Crystals - P. Jakes, N. Weiden, and K.-P. Dinse (Darmstadt University of Technology)
13:501500 Magnetic Force Microscopy of Carbon Nanotube Peapods - P.-W. Chiu (Max-Planck Institut for Solid State Research), T. Okazaki (Nagoya University), K. Suenaga (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), S. Yang, S. Yang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), D. Carroll (School of Materials Science and Engineering,), H. Shinohara (Nagoya University), and S. Roth (Max-Planck Institut for Solid State Research)
14:101501 X-ray Charge Density Studies of Sc2@C66, Sc3N@C68 and Gd@C82 - M. Takata, E. Nishibori, S. Narioka, K.-I. Iwata, M. Sakata, and H. Shinohara (Nagoya University)
14:301502 Growth Dynamics of Fullerenes and Related Materials - Y. Achiba, S. Suzuki, and H. Kataura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
14:501503 Production of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes by the Hot-Filament Assisted CVD Method - T. Okazaki and H. Shinohara (Nagoya University)
15:101504 Synthesis of Open-Cage Fullerene Derivatives and Encapsulation of Small Molecules - K. Komatsu, Y. Murata, and M. Murata (Kyoto University)
15:201505 Structures and Electronic Properties of Metallofullerene-Peapods - H. Shinohara (Nagoya University)
15:401506 Quantum Computing with Endohedral Fullerene Peapods - J. Dennis, M. Kanai (University of London), A. Briggs, K. Porfyriakis, A. Khlobystov (University of Oxford), and A. Weidinger (Hahn-Meitner Institute)
16:00 Fifteen-Minute Intermission

Co-Chairs: M. Krause and J. Dennis

16:151507 {}13C NMR Study of Ca@C74: Cage Structure and Dynamics of a Ca Atom Inside the Cage - T. Kodama, R. Fujii, Y. Miyake, S. Suzuki, H. Nishikawa, I. Ikemoto, K. Kikuchi, and Y. Achiba (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
16:301508 Mutual Stabilization of Trimetal Nitride Clusters and I_h-C80 Fullerene - M. Krause, P. Georgi, J. Noack (Leibniz-Institut fur Festkorper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden), K. Vietze, G. Seifert (Technische Universitat Dresden), and L. Dunsch (Leibniz-Institut fur Festkorper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden)
16:451509 Controllable Fullerene-Encapsulation Inside Various Kinds of Carbon Nanotubes Using Different-Polarity Ion Plasmas - H. Rikizo, G.-H. Jeong, T. Hirata, and K. Tohji (Tohoku University)
17:001510 Production and Purification of Double-wall Carbon Nanotubes by High-temperature Pulsed Arc Discharge - T. Sugai, H. Yoshida, T. Shimada, T. Okazaki, S. Bandow (Nagoya University), and H. Shinohara (Meijo University)
17:301511 Endohedral Fullerene Dimers as Potential Building Blocks for a Quantum Computer - K. Porfyrakis, D.A. Britz, G.A.D. Briggs (University of Oxford), S. Narwas, and T.J.S. Dennis (University of London)
17:451512 Chemical Redox and Exohedral Derivatization: Powerful Tools for Accessing "Insoluble" Endohedral Fullerenes - R. Bolskar, M. Diener, and M. Alford (TDA Research, Inc.)