Research-Grade Fullerene Buckyballs Olive Oil Solution
As used in cutting-edge anti-aging research.
Now available locally in Australia.
Buckyballs Olive Oil
Fully-saturated buckyballs olive oil solution containing 0.8 mg/ml buckminster fullerene molecules.
What are buckyballs?
Buckyballs are tiny molecules made up of carbon atoms arranged in a ball shape, and they are sometimes also known as Carbon 60 or Buckminster Fullerene.
Buckyballs are members a family of carbon structures known as fullerenes, which also includes tubes, ellipsoids, spheres and a range of other shapes.
Buckyballs can be made of as few as 20 carbon atoms, and can also contain as many as 100 carbon atoms.
Buckyballs are of great interest to scientists for their amazing chemical properties, as well as possible industrial and technology applications.
Buckyballs were first discovered and manufactured by four scientists in 1985, who named the structures after Buckminster Fuller, an American architect who popularised the geodesic dome, which closely resemble the shape of buckyballs.