ELECTROSTATIC SCREENING IN FULLERENE MOLECULES

@article{Gonzlez1993ELECTROSTATICSI,
  title={ELECTROSTATIC SCREENING IN FULLERENE MOLECULES},
  author={J W Gonz{\'a}lez and Francisco Guinea and Mar'ia A. H. Vozmediano},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters B},
  year={1993},
  volume={07},
  pages={1593-1599}
}
The screening properties of fullerene molecules are described by means of a continuum model which uses the electronic wave functions of planar graphite as a starting point. The long-distance behavior of the system gives rise to a renormalizable theory, which flows towards a nontrivial fixed point. Its existence implies an anomalous dielectric constant. The screening properties are neither metallic nor insulating. Alternatively, the intramolecular screening is obtained from a simple… Expand
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