After exploring for 25-years, scientists have solved the question of how the iconic family of caged-carbon molecules known as buckyballs form.
The results from the Florida State University and the National Science Foundation-supported National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, or Mag Lab, in Tallahassee, Fla., shed fundamental light on the self-assembly of carbon networks.
But what caused the 'K-T extinction' is an issue that has divided scientists into two camps.
Some say it was the result of extraterrestrial objects hitting the earth, a theory originally proposed by the Nobel physicist Luis Alvarez.
Indeed, the molecule represents the iconic image of “chemistry.” But how these often highly symmetric, beautiful molecules with extremely fascinating properties form in the first place has been a mystery.
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