Non-Chromatographic Separation of Endohedral Metallofullerenes by Utilizing Their Redox Properties
Endohedral Fullerenes: Electron Transfer and Spin
Development of non-chromatographic separation for endohedral metallofullerenes has been put forward by many research groups with the goal of more straightforward and less expensive alternatives to HPLC. This chapter describes the progress in non-chromatographic separation approaches utilizing redox properties of EMFs, including electrolysis-assisted separation, separation with the use of redox-active solvents and redox reagents, or the use of complexation of fullerenes with Lewis acids.
Nataliya Samoylova and Steven Stevenson (2017).
Non-Chromatographic Separation of Endohedral Metallofullerenes by Utilizing Their Redox Properties. Endohedral Fullerenes: Electron Transfer and Spin. 63-79. Springer.