1. What is the structure of Buckministerfullerene?
- A spherical simple molecular structure with 50 carbon atoms and 70 sides.
- A spherical simple molecular structure with 60 carbon atoms and 32 sides
- A nanotube with 33 carbon atoms and 60 sides
- A spherical giant molecular structure with 100 carbon atoms and 42 sides
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2. What are nanotubes being used in, aside from the destruction of cancerous cells?
- Cosmetic preparations
- An oxidising agent
- Electrode material
3. What is Amorphous carbon?
- A type of nanoparticle
- A deep black powder that occurs as a component of coal
- A type of fullerene
- A variety of diamond
4. What is Graphite often used for?
- Lead in pencils
5. What is an issue with the use of nanotubes?
- They may remove the protective layer of the skin when reacting with other chemicals.
- They may make cancer worse
- They may allow other substances to enter the bloodstream and brain
- They may burn