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Fullerene Research 1994-1996 C A Computer-Generated Cross-Indexed Bibliography of the Journal Literature (Advanced Series in Fullerene , Vol 5) by A. Schubert

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Published by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English


  • Bibliographies, catalogues, discographies,
  • Chemistry,
  • c 1990 to c 2000,
  • Chemistry - Inorganic,
  • Inorganic Chemistry,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Reference,
  • Fullerenes,
  • Bibliographies & Indexes,
  • Chemistry - General,
  • Bibliography

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsTibor Braun (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages517
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9194765M
ISBN 109810233450
ISBN 109789810233457

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But in , it gave a very good summary of what was known about C60 and its many variants. Already then, there was great recognition of its manifold promises for industrial uses. As the title suggests, the book explores these, under physics, microbiology and nanotech. But the book also gives a retrospective.4/5(1). This is a follow-up to the computerized fullerene bibliography related to the period. The book provides an overview of the journal literature on a topic for which the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded. The discovery of caged carbon structures, in , established a whole new field of carbon chemistry. Unlike graphite and diamond, these structures known as fullerenes are finite in structure and are relevant to a wide variety of fields including supramolecular assemblies, nanostructures, optoelectronic devices and a whole range of biological activities. Fullerene chemistry has become a very active research field, largely because of the uniqueness of the C 60 molecule and the variety of fullerene derivatives that appear to be possible.

Purchase Fullerenes, Volume 48 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Fullerene (C 60) is a carbon-based molecule that is spherical in morphology and made up of carbon atoms held together via sp 2 hybridization. Generally, the other fullerenes (0D), such as C 76, C 80, C , etc, are synthesized from larger numbers of carbon atoms. Fullerenes are comprised of between 28 and carbon atoms that form spherical structures. Mikhail N. Uvarov, Jan Behrends and Leonid V. Kulik, Higher triplet state of fullerene C 70 revealed by electron spin relaxation, The Journal of Chemical Physics, /, , . View Fullerenes Research Papers on for free.

  Research in the US and Europe has now confirmed the existence of a third previously unknown form - buckminsterfullerene (C60) and its relatives, the fullerenes (C24, C28, C32, C70 etc). The story of fullerene chemistry, physics and materials science began in , almost twenty years after the existence of a spherical carbon cluster was first Book Edition: 1. The 12C and 13C Isotopes 23 HYBRIDIZATION AND THE sp3 CARBON BOND 23 The Carbon Bond 23 Hybridization of the Carbon Atom 25 The Carbon Covalent sp3 Bond 30 THE TRIGONAL sp2 AND DIGONAL sp CARBON BONDS 33 The Trigonal sp2 Orbital 33 The Carbon Covalent sp2 Bond 34 The Digonal-sp Orbital and the sp Bond Mathematics and Topology of Fullerenes presents a comprehensive overview of scientific and technical innovations in theoretical and experimental studies. Topics included in this multi-author volume include: Clar structures for conjugated nanostructures; counting polynomials of fullerenes; topological indices of fullerenes; the wiener index of nanotubes; toroidal fullerenes and nanostars; C "The Discovery of Fullerenes" commemorative booklet produced by the National Historic Chemical Landmarks program of the American Chemical Society in (PDF). An Idea and a Machine Carbon, the basis of life, is one of the most common elements and one of the most studied; it comprises the whole discipline of organic chemistry.