Chemical Modelling Applications and Theory, Vol. 8 by Michael Springborg, Jan-Ole Joswig, Irmgard Frank, Pratim

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21 It was developed from C80 fullerene, which has 12 pentagons and 30 hexagons. 32 | Chem. , 2011, 8, 1–44 Fig. 18 Transition from carbon to boron fullerenes. C80 itself can be generated from the C60 fullerene by rotating the pentagons so that the edges of neighboring pentagons are parallel, then adding a dodecahedron of 20 carbon atoms having the same distance to the center of the C60 cage. The C80 cage has 42 faces (12 pentagons and 30 hexagons). The number of hexagons n can be calculated after (n=a/2 – 10), where a is the number of boron atoms of the sphere.

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