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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 discovery could be a serious set back for the bucky ball - dubbed The World's Most Beautiful Molecule.
for --Lubricant grinding and cutting hard objects --Electrodes in cells/batteries BUCKY BALL CARBON NANOTUBE CARBON-ONLY MATERIALS SYNTHETIC (NANOTECHNOLOGY) STRUCTURE EXAMPLES OF USES --Traps drugs or fuel --Very strong fibre for slow release in systems --Electronics (good conductors of heat --Super-molecular ball and electricity) bearings as lubricants --As sensors injected --As catalysts and into cells for cancer superconductors drugs Table 3) Suggested outline of concepts and activities for Years 6-9 students YEAR LEVEL 6 7/8 9 VELS LEVEL 4 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 6 INTRODUCTION Probe (i) what students know: open discussions about the meaning of nanotechnology (ii) use stimulus statements e.g.
Craig Zucker started Bucky Balls in 2009 but later faced concern from the (https://www.cpsc.gov/) Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) regarding possible safety risks.
Buckminster Fuller have the same geometry, leading scientists to refer to C60 as 'buckminsterfullerene' or 'bucky balls.'...
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Lon Wilson, PhD, also from Rice University, has looked at the therapeutic and imaging possibilities of carbon-based molecular scaffolds, specifically fullerenes (bucky balls) and carbon-based nanotubes.