Nomenclature for the C60-Ih and C70-D5h(6) fullerenes (IUPAC Recommendations 2002)

@article{Powell2002NomenclatureFT,
  title={Nomenclature for the C60-Ih and C70-D5h(6) fullerenes (IUPAC Recommendations 2002)},
  author={Wade H. Powell and Franco Cozzi and Gerard Peter Moss and Carlo Thilgen and Reuben Jih-Ru Hwu and Andrey Yerin},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={74},
  pages={629 - 695}
}
Abstract Fullerenes are a new allotrope of carbon characterized by a closed-cage structure consisting of an even number of three-coordinate carbon atoms devoid of hydrogen atoms. This class was originally limited to closed-cage structures with 12 isolated five-membered rings, the rest being six-membered rings. Although it was recognized that existing organic ring nomenclature could be used for these structures, the resulting names would be extremely unwieldy and inconvenient for use. At the… 

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