Fullerene: molecule composed solely of an even number of carbon atoms, which form a closed cage-like fused-ring polycyclic system with 12 five-membered rings and the rest six-membered rings. Note 1: Adapted from the definition in the IUPAC Compedium of Chemical Terminology. Note 2: A well-known example is C60, which has a spherical shape with an external dimension of about 1 cm (ISO/TS 80004-3:2010). A fullerene is a specific-type of carbon nanoparticle.

Manufacturing Methods: 
  • Arc Discharge
  • Combustion
  • Thermal CVD
  • Laser Ablation

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