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The structural behavior of the liquid system based on a C70 in an N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone–toluene mixture has been analyzed, by using the small-angle neutron scattering method. The experimental results testify to the selective solvation in the system. The corresponding mechanisms have been discussed.
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