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DATE

1990-09-27

AUTHORS

W. Krätschmer, Lowell D. Lamb, K. Fostiropoulos, Donald R. Huffman

ABSTRACT

A new form of pure, solid carbon has been synthesized consisting of a somewhat disordered hexagonal close packing of soccer-ball-shaped C60 molecules. Infrared spectra and X-ray diffraction studies of the molecular packing confirm that the molecules have the anticipated 'fullerene' structure. Mass spectroscopy shows that the C70 molecule is present at levels of a few per cent. The solid-state and molecular properties of C60 and its possible role in interstellar space can now be studied in detail. More... »

PAGES

354-358

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TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

6291

VOLUME

347

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