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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 18, Number 2, March 2010

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Characterization of Hydrogenated Fullerene Mixture of C60Hx and C70Hx
pp. 97-106(10)
Authors: Cataldo, Franco; Iglesias-Groth, Susana

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The PI and Edge Szeged Polynomials of an Infinite Family of Fullerenes
pp. 107-116(10)
Authors: Ashrafi, A. R.; Ghorbani, M.; Jalali, M.

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A Simple Synthesis of C60H18 from C60 Fullerene and Hydrogen Iodide
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Authors: Cataldo, Franco; Iglesias-Groth, Susana

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Ultra Highly Selective Synthesis of Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
pp. 137-147(11)
Authors: Bystrzejewski, M.; Huczko, A.; Kowalczyk, P.; Rogala, M.; Szybowicz, M.; Rummeli, M. H.; Gemming, T.; Lange, H.

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Applying the Multiple Linear Regressions and Taguchi Design Method for Controlled Fabrication of Carbon Nanotubes in Solution
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Discrete and Continuous Approximations for Nanobuds
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