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About Fullerenes

Carbon is found in abundance on Earth. Carbon atoms have been known to be able to form complex, sometimes large molecules. A molecule composed entirely of carbon in the form of a hollow sphere was a great discovery. That’s exactly what a fullerene looks like. It resembles the ball used in soccer, that is made of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons. That’s the structure of C60, the most stable fullerene, that is also known as buckminsterfullerene, named after Richard Buckminster Fuller, whose geodesic domes it resembles. The discovery of fullerenes is perhaps the most amazing discovery of the XX century. A group of English and American chemists – Richard Smalley, Robert Curl and Harold Kroto – was awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering fullerenes in 1996.Carbon is found in abundance on Earth. Carbon atoms have been known to be able to form complex, sometimes large molecules. A molecule composed entirely of carbon in the form of a hollow sphere was a great discovery. That’s exactly what a fullerene looks like. It resembles the ball used in soccer, that is made of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons. That’s the structure of C60, the most stable fullerene, that is also known as buckminsterfullerene, named after Richard Buckminster Fuller, whose geodesic domes it resembles. The discovery of fullerenes is perhaps the most amazing discovery of the XX century. A group of English and American chemists – Richard Smalley, Robert Curl and Harold Kroto – was awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering fullerenes in 1996.

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Fullerenes have many fields of use due to their structure. A fullerene resembles a ball that can absorb whatever you want it to absorb, from parts of genetic codes, vitamins and pharmaceutical compositions to various gases. Fullerenes have an amazing ability to embed in cell membranes. Unique antioxidants, they can also transport various substances, which is why they are extensively used in science and medicine.

The image below shows how a fullerene surrounds itself with water clusters.

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With the help of fullerenes, physicists design solar batteries, superconductors, chemical lasers, and more.

Fullerenes are used in medicine and biology as a method of delivery of various medical substances, antibiotics, hormones, and even genes.

Chemical experiments with fullerenes working as catalyzers, as well as a new type of absorbents, yield excellent results as well.

Aware of the amazing antioxidant properties of fullerenes, we’ve done our best to be the first to supply fullerene-activated water for daily use. It’s the easiest way for people to live a long, healthy life, and we’re happy to offer each of you an opportunity to experience the technology of the future today.