Axis-dependent magnetic behavior of C60 and C6010+. consequences of spherical aromatic character
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The magnetic response of C60 has been studied and compared to its spherical aromatic counterpart C6010+, focusing on the overall and local shielding tensors. A high axis dependence behavior at the outside region of the structure is characterized, unravelling a characteristic pattern of the local chemical shift anisotropy as a consequence of the spherical aromatic behavior. © 2015 The Royal Society of Chemistry.
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