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January 14th, 2005

Kyoto Univ. researchers trap hydrogen in fullerene

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The researchers, led by Prof. Koichi Komatsu of the Kyoto University Institute for Chemical Research, said they successfully made a hole in the carbon fullerene, trapped a hydrogen molecule inside, and closed the opening, all through chemical and thermal reactions, in a report in U.S. journal Science published Friday.

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