Carbon, Diamond and Fullerenes

Diamond is likely the most outstanding carbon allotrope. The carbon molecules are masterminded in a grid, which is a variety of the face-focused cubic precious stone structure. It has superlative physical characteristics, a large portion of which begin from the solid covalent holding between its molecules. Every carbon molecule in a precious stone is covalently clung to four different carbons in a tetrahedron. These tetrahedrons together structure a three-dimensional system of six-membered carbon rings in the seat compliance, taking into account zero bond-edge strain. This steady system of covalent bonds and hexagonal rings is the reason that jewel is as amazingly solid as a substance.

 

  • ceramics
  • Carbon material research

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