13 C NMR and EPR of carbon nanofoam
The 13C NMR spectra of a carbon nanofoam sample, exhibiting a peak in the ZFC magnetic susceptibility, show a single 13C line at room temperature and a two peak structure at 100 K. The splitting and the NMR shifts are however much too small to be associated with true ferromagnetism as for instance observed in TDAE-C60 below TC. The X-band EPR spectra show the presence of a least three different paramagnetic clusters with ga = 2.0016, gb = 2.0031, gc = 2.0036 and very different electronic...[Show more]
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