NewsResearchers create long-sought zigzag-edged carbon
nanobelts

22nd April 2021by admin0
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NUS chemists have developed a strategy for the
atomically precise synthesis of fully conjugated zigzag-edged
carbon nanobelts (CNBs). The obtained molecule, known as
octabenzo[12]cyclacene, is acknowledged as one of the first fully
characterized synthetic segments of zigzag-edged (12,0) carbon
nanotube. Such molecular structures have been elusive targets for
synthetic chemists for the past 35 years.

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