Aromaticity as the driving force for the stability of non-IPR endohedral metallofullerene Bingel-Hirsch adducts

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We have studied the relative stabilities of Bingel-Hirsch non-IPR endohedral metallofullerene monoadducts having one, two, or three adjacent pentagon pairs. The most stable addition always leads to an open adduct and never occurs on [5,5] bonds. Our results show that the thermodynamics of the addition is governed by the additive local aromaticity of the rings of the final adducts ​
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