carbyne


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carbyne

[′kär‚bīn]
(chemistry)
Elemental carbon in a triply bonded form.
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on technology transfer that will enable Armscor to create a facility for the manufacturing of weapons KEREM IT Solutions and Carbyne Ltd.
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Colmenares, "Two-step radical reactions that switch low multiplicity channels leading to the carbene and carbyne species detected for Ru([sup.5]F) + C[H.sub.4-n][F.sub.n] (n = 2-4) interactions under matrix isolation conditions," RSC Advances, vol.
Unlike the previous mentioned cyclodehydrogenation reactions, bottom-up synthesis of dehydrogenative coupling usually produces organometallic intermediates at a relatively low temperature, for example, a successful on-surface synthesis of metalized carbyne chains by dehydrogenative coupling of ethyne molecules and copper atoms on a Cu(110) surface [19].
Mingos, "Metal d[pi]-ligand [pi] conflicts in octahedral oxo, carbyne, and carbonyl complexes," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Herein, we prepared a novel carbyne polysulfide material containing a conducting carbon skeleton and energy-storing sulfur side chain without other elements by coheating carbyne and sulfur.
According to the research done by Boris Yakobson and colleagues from Rice University, Houston, who have calculated the material's properties, carbyne's tensile strength and ability to withstand stretching surpasses "any other known material", the BBC reported.
Chemists, physicists, and other physical scientists from Europe, Asia, and North America offer a range of perspectives on the polyyne class of molecules and the related carbon allotrope carbyne. Polyynes represent another carbon allotrope, can serve as building blocks for new molecules with interesting properties, and have been detected in the molecular clouds of the interstellar media and in the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan.
Our approach is enabled by the photocatalytic generation of a previously elusive electrophilic carbyne radical, Which is able to induce c-h bond cleavage.
Carbyne Fiber has announced it will receive orders for four new encrypted email and data products in September.