Carbon fibers based onC60and their symmetry

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M. S. Dresselhaus

2002

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  • COVID-19 has impacted many institutions and organizations around the world, disrupting the progress of research
  • Carbon fibers based on the recently discovered fullerenes are proposed and their symmetry properties examined with respect to Raman- and infrared-active vibrational modes
  • Such carbon fibers are of interest as approximating the smallest possible diameter for a vapor-grown carbon fiber, and can be used for model calculations for the structure and properties of this limiting case of a carbon fiber
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