Definición de buckminsterfullerene en inglés:

buckminsterfullerene

Silabificación: buck·min·ster·ful·ler·ene
Pronunciación: /ˌbəkminstərˈfo͝oləˌrēn
 
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sustantivo

Chemistry
A form of carbon having molecules of 60 atoms arranged in a polyhedron resembling a geodesic sphere. See also fullerene.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Nobel prize was awarded in 1996 to their discoverers, who had formally named the molecule buckminsterfullerene for its resemblance to the geodesic domes of architect R. Buckminster Fuller.
  • The first fullerene, a sixty-atom cage called buckminsterfullerene, was discovered in 1985.
  • When 12 of buckminsterfullerene's 60 carbons are replaced by nitrogens, it can link up with other ‘buckyballs ‘to form a strong and springy material.’

Origen

1980s: named after Richard Buckminster Fuller (see Fuller, R. Buckminster).

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