By Joseph Shinar

Covers a number of recent fullerene functions, together with nanotubes, compounds of fullerenes with different components and buildings, and polymerized fullerenes.

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The issue of domains within the sample may be addressed by comparing measurements on thin-film and crystalline samples. Thin films prepared by thermal sublimation typically show poor long-range order, with a lattice coherence length on the order of only a few fcc unit cells [52], and may be expected to have a large number of grain boundaries within the excited volume in a time-resolved optical measurement. However, the timeresolved response in thin films was found to be identical to that observed in crystalline C 60 samples having a substantially higher degree of long-range order [24], indicating that the presence of grain boundaries or their associated domains do not affect the ultrafast dynamics.

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