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Robert F. Curl Jr., Harold Kroto, Richard Smalley

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1996 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Robert F. Curl Jr., Harold Kroto, Richard Smalley News

New Class of Carbon Allotropes Positioned To Transform Electronics Industry

PR Newswire (press release)
... and graphene as a conductor, this breakthrough is expected to transform industry and marks the first new carbon allotrope classification since that of Fullerenes by Nobel Laureates Robert F. Curl Jr., Sir Harold W. Kroto, and Richard E. Smalley in ...

1996 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Robert F. Curl Jr., Harold Kroto, Richard Smalley News

Emirati researcher helps in carbon discovery

The National
Researcher is part of a team that has uncovered a new form of the element that could provide far reaching benefits for modern industry. Similar discoveries have led to Nobel Prize awards for the scientists involved. An Emirati researcher has helped to ...

1996 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Robert F. Curl Jr., Harold Kroto, Richard Smalley News

Obituary: Harry Kroto, Nobel Prize-winning chemist

The Independent
He was researching the carbon molecules in interstellar space when he initiated a fruitful collaboration with two American chemists at Rice University in Houston: Richard E. Smalley and Robert F. Curl Jr. The three, who together would receive the Nobel ...

1996 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Robert F. Curl Jr., Harold Kroto, Richard Smalley News

Harold Kroto, Nobel Prize-Winning Chemist, Is Dead at 76

New York Times
His Nobel Prize-winning discovery, which he shared with Richard E. Smalley and Robert F. Curl Jr. of Rice University in Houston, was the Buckminsterfullerene molecule, a cage of 60 carbon atoms made of interlocking pentagons and hexagons. Dr. Kroto ...


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