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May 26th, 2003

Berkeley Lab scientists determine electrical properties of carbon-60

Abstract:
Using some of the world's most advanced photoelectron spectroscopy and computing techniques, Berkeley Lab scientists gained a more precise understanding of the electrical properties of fullerenes, those famous soccer-ball-shaped molecules comprised of 60 carbon atoms.

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