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a form of carbon having a large molecule consisting of an empty cage of sixty or more carbon atoms

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One of the most important applications of fullerene derivatives is the elimination of HIV virus.
The report, Global Fullerene Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from various industry experts.
The cages have faces of 12 regular pentagons and up to 480 irregular hexagons, which puts them into a category of shapes called fullerenes.
Differential thermal analysis was conducted for carbon nanofiber, fullerene and carbon-fullerene coating in air and nitrogen atmospheres.
A host guest complex can be formed by adding the guest during any stage of the process, as long as the guest such as fullerene can be introduced into the interior of the spiral.
Fullerene is a molecule composed entirely of carbon.
The SEM of all epoxy polymers unmodified and modified with fullerene [C.
60] fullerene, it is difficult to synthesize endohedral [C.
This work presents research on carbon 60, the fullerene molecule.
That's why buckyballs have been showing up in some cosmetic products, such as Zelens Fullerene C-60 Day Cream[TM].
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 15, 2007 - (JCN) - The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) announced their recent discovery that high-order fullerene C82 and metal-containing fullerene (both Nano-Carbons) can efficiently remove singlet oxygen (which causes oxidation).
60] fullerene in rats found that intravenously administered water-miscible fullerene was distributed mainly to the liver (91.
Science journals are calling the Fullerene capsules "buckyballs.
Carbon nanotubes recently were discovered in the byproducts of carbon fullerene (Bucky balls) production.
The team, led by Hisanori Shinohara of Nagoya University and Kuk Young of Seoul National University, investigated the electrical properties of fullerene, which consists of 82 atoms of carbon and one atom of metallic gadolinium, when it is inserted into a so-called nanotube.