This spring the Exploratorium in San Francisco presents Buckyball
, a towering, 25-foot illuminated sculpture that features two nested geodesic spheres.
Also known as buckminsterfullerene (or the "buckyball
") they were were discovered at Rice University, Texas, in 1985.
Researchers discover boron "buckyball
" The discovery of buckyballs
helped usher in the nanotechnology era.
Over the next eighteen months the company continued to expand, introducing new products including Buckycubes and colored Buckyballs
. Major chains, including Macy's, Brookstone, and Urban Outfitters, began carrying the company's products and Buckyball
sales totaled in the millions in 2011.
Here, we calculate the nature of the image-potential states in a spherical electron gas (SEG) confined to the surface of a buckyball
in a similar fashion as in the case of a nanotube.
In January, an unnamed doctor sent a report to the Consumer Product Safety Commission about a 2-year-old who spent a week in intensive care and faced multiple surgeries after swallowing 62 Buckyball
example, if a buckyball
structure is determined to be safe for use as a
Theoretical predictions of the existence of buckyball
molecules appeared in the late 1960s and early 1970s, but these predictions were largely unnoticed.
We rendered buckyball
volume data defined on a [32.sup.3] uniform voxel grid using Marching Cube algorithm.
Google Doodles are only for special occasions and the latest doodle the 'Buckyball
'marked the 25th anniversary of its discovery.
En 1985 la investigacion interdisciplinar permitio el advenimiento del buckyball
y en 1991 aparecen los nanotubes de carbono.
Professor Kroto, winner of 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and a member of the MESF International Advisory Council, shared his scientific discovery in relation to the Buckyball
with teachers and students.