Photoinduced electron transfer in Nano-Saturn complexes of fullerene

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The photoinduced electron transfer is studied computationally in several Saturn-shaped inclusion complexes of carbo-aromatic rings and C60 fullerene - C72⊃C60, C96⊃C60, C120⊃C60, and C168⊃C60. Analysis of their structural and electronic properties shows that the charge separation process is efficient in C120⊃C60 and C168⊃C60 where the host molecule resembles the conjugated [24]circulene unit. In contrast, the electron transfer is not feasible in the oligophenylene-based rings C72⊃C60 and C96⊃C60 complexes ​
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