fullerene

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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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The fulleride appears wholly responsible for the observed hydrogen storage reversibility (formation of Al[H.
Unlike the sodium-fulleride system, no XRD reflections were representative of a descrete lithium fulleride material.
60] mixture does not appear to undergo the same transformation to lithium fulleride as with the LiAl[H.
Alkali metal fullerides capable of reversible hydrogen absorption/desorption have been synthesized and characterized for their structural and hydrogen sorption properties.
Pattison, Structural and electronic properties of the noncubic superconducting fullerides [A'.