Fullerene

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Fullerenes – one of the most outstanding achievements of the late 20th century in chemistry, is an allotropic modification of carbon. The fullerene molecule is
a spheroidal hollow framework molecule of an even number of
covalently bonded carbon atoms located at the vertices of
hexagons or pentagons. Inside the molecule, there is
a cavity into which atoms and molecules of other substances can be introduced. In their own way,
Fullerenes are similar in structure to aromatic compounds. Fullerenes usually available as:

  • A mixture of fullerenes (a mixture of fullerenes C60 + C70 in a ratio of 70% C60 and 30% C70)
  • Fullerene C60 (Nanopowder (crystals) of fullerene C60 of various purities from 99%)
  • Fullerene C70 (Nanopowder (crystals) of fullerene C70 of various purities from 98%)
  • Fullerenol (Water-soluble derivatives of fullerene containing hydroxy-OH groups from 12 to 24, – C60 (OH) 24,
  • C70 (OH) 12, carboxylated fullerene C60 (C (COOH) 2) 3)
  • Functionalized fullerenes (Water-soluble derivatives of fullerene with grafted amino acids and polymers (C60-Gly2 C60-Lys2 C60-Met2 C60-Arg8 C60-Thr3 C70-Thr PCBM (C60))
  • Endohedral fullerenes (Fullerenes in the cavity of a molecule of which one or more atoms, for example, metals, are placed)