Month: September 2010

Today in Science

If you entered the Google search engine webpage today, you should see a representation of buckyball instead of the usual second “O.” What Is Buckyball? Buckyball – scientifically known as Buckminsterfullerene (C60) – is a hollow, spherical carbon structures of the fullerene family, which consist of linked pentagonal or heptagonal ring-based carbon structures. Buckyball contain

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