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Hexagonal diamond has also been synthesized in the laboratory, by compressing and heating graphite either in a static press or using explosives. It can also be produced by the thermal decomposition of a polymer, poly hydridocarbyne , at atmospheric pressure, under inert gas atmosphere e. Cyclo[18]carbon C 18 was synthesised in The system of carbon allotropes spans an astounding range of extremes, considering that they are all merely structural formations of the same element.

Despite the hardness of diamonds, the chemical bonds that hold the carbon atoms in diamonds together are actually weaker than those that hold together graphite. The difference is that in diamond, the bonds form an inflexible three-dimensional lattice. In graphite, the atoms are tightly bonded into sheets, but the sheets can slide easily over each other, making graphite soft.

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Natural Fullerenes and Related Structures of Elemental Carbon

The Age. Archived from the original on 4 November JETP Letters. Popular Science : Allotropes of carbon. Only a few low doublets of C are connected to the ground doublet by an allowed transition Table 6 of Bendale et al. Previous spectra by Kato et al. Basing the analysis of the optical properties of fullerenes on those of C 60 may be misleading because its high symmetry relative to other fullerenes makes its spectrum somewhat unique. The next most stable fullerene, C 70 , with a lower symmetry, represents a more realistic model for the intricate details of the electronic spectroscopy.

While its strongest absorption transitions are also located in the UV, it shows a significantly stronger absorption in the visible than C From the original discovery experiment Kroto et al.

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Dunk et al. This should be kept in mind for interstellar fullerenes by considering all such values of N C , since it is possible that the prominence of C 60 abundance might remain relatively limited in astrophysical contexts Sects. Such a similarity of various cages is reflected in the values of their first and second ionization potentials IP; e.

Compared to the value for C 60 7. One can expect similar resemblances in electron affinities, bond strengths, vibration frequencies, chemical properties, etc. However, the lower symmetry may have various consequences including increasing chemical activity and the number of active IR modes and shortening the time constant for IR energy emission. More importantly, variations in the electron number with N C introduces basic differences in filling the HOMO shell and thus in the actual properties of the ground state and the optical spectra of various pure fullerenes.

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But their known optical absorption spectra generally do not display prominent features in the visible range Koponen et al. Such calculated data seem to still be lacking for most of their cations. But for C , Fulara et al. At shorter visible wavelengths, it remains difficult to infer the actual gas-phase spectrum of C either from the spectrum studied in an oleum solvent Cataldo et al.

It is not impossible that the situation be the same for other cages.

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SAMO states of fullerenes other than C 60 do not seem to have been addressed yet. However, one may infer that they should be similar to those of C 60 and its ions and not contribute to the visible absorption of neutrals and cations. Anions might be considered in a similar way to C Appendix F. For each value of N C , fullerene cages may exist in an impressive number of different isomers. However, activation barriers for transformations to the most stable forms — albeit substantial, 7.

One may therefore expect that interstellar fullerene cages reorganize into their most stable isomer, for instance by simultaneous absorption of two UV photons Sect. One key property of fullerenes is the exceptional stability of their carbon cage.