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Buckytube

Another name for "nanotube" because they were discovered while making Buckyballs. See nanotube, Buckyball and nanotechnology.
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This work overcomes such problems by decoupling the active device region made of a monolayer of pentacene from the metallic electrodes using a buffer layer made of metallized buckyballs (C60).
Buckyballs are made up of 60 carbon atoms arranged in patterns of hexagons and pentagons matching a traditional football shape.
Buckyballs -- the small magnetic balls that can mold into different shapes and are used to relieve stress or for game activities -- have been in the spotlight for the last two years for more reasons than just their amusing nature and genius design.
85) According to Zucker, Buckyballs "were never intended, designed or marketed for children; so we labeled them for ages 13+ to make that clear.
Today Buckyballs are a sad chapter in the history of consumer product regulation.
2) Ahmari describes how Zucker and his partner launched the Buckyballs business, then how the CPSC intimidated numerous retailers into dropping the product and ultimately forced Zucker out of business.
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 magnets.
Los Alamos study, researchers studied plain buckyballs, as well as two
The makers of Buckyballs and Buckycubes are at it again with .
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has sued to stop the sale of high-powered magnetic toys known as Buckyballs and Buckycubes, saying that dozens of young children and teens have required surgery after swallowing multiple tiny magnets.
A new research by Universite Paris-Sud suggests that Buckminsterfullerene - also known as buckyballs - could be used to make us live longer.
Technology: The new material is made from metal atoms and buckyballs, tiny carbon-60 molecules shaped like footballs.