Ever thought about doing origami science experiments? This experiment involves a spherical 60-carbon containing molecule that is different from graphite or diamond.
About the Science
In September of 1985, Robert F. Curl, Sir Harold W. Kroto and Richard E. Smalley discovered a new kind of carbon family. The discovery was of a spherical, 60 carbon containing molecule that was very different from graphite and diamond This molecule was officially named Buckminster fullerene, or ...READ MORE!
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