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Buckyball C60 held in forceps, illustration

Buckyball C60 held in forceps, illustration

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Illustration of a buckyball C60 held in forceps. The buckyball molecule, chemical formula C60, is also known as buckminsterfullerene. Atoms are represented as spheres, with the bonds between them as rods. Fullerenes are structurally distinct forms (allotropes) of carbon that consist of carbon atoms arranged in a spherical structure consisting of interlinking hexagonal and pentagonal rings.

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