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MST fullerene production has these stages:
- First we synthesize fullerene or fullerene-containing soot by the arc method.
- Then follows extraction.
- Separation and purification of each molecule.
- Synthesis of derivates.
- And other post-processing; for example dispersion into the matrix.
What Are Its Main Characteristics?
This molecule consists of 70 carbon atoms. Its structure is formed by 25 hexagons and 12 pentagons. There is a carbon atom at the vertices of each polygon and a bond along each polygon edge. It resembles rugby ball and was intentionally prepared by Harry Kroto, Richard Smalley, Robert Curl, James R. Heath and Sean O’Brian. That was shortly after the breakthrough discovery of C₆₀ Buckminsterfullerene in 1985.
As other fullerenes, also C₇₀ is moderately soluble in many aromatic solvents (toluene, carbon disulfide and others), but it is not soluble in water.
|Molar Mass||840.77 g·mol−1|
|Appearance||Dark needle-like crystals|
|Melting Point||Sublimates at ~850 °C|
|Solubility in Water||Insoluble in water|
|Band Gap||1.77 eV|
This molecule can undergo plenty of novel chemical reactions. It promptly accepts and gives the electrons, which suggests many possible applications.
What is the use of our carbon 70?
In fact this molecule behaves like an electron deficient alkenes and therefore willingly reacts with electron rich species.
- As organic photovoltaics (OPV). They are very powerful antioxidants that react promptly and at high rate with free radicals to prevent the cell damage or death. In fact the use of fullerenes in medicine is the most important application. Their molecules can be used in drug delivery, because the fullerene surface can be covered with chemotherapeutic agent that finds the cancer cell and target it directly and therefore lower the side effects of chemotherapy. Thanks to their extraordinary structure, antioxidant effects and biological compatibility, they can be used as anti-viral agents as well. There is also possible use in osteoporosis treatment thanks to their preferential localization.
- In water purifications and biohazard protection.
- Portable power
- In cosmetics as anti-aging and anti-damage agents.