Fullerol

 hydroxylated fullerene, also known as “fullerol” English name Fullerenols
Two ingredients / composition information
Carbon, oxygen and hydrogen

CAS number-
C60(OH)n· mH2O24-28Molecular formula C 60 (OH) n · mH 2 O
0.5%1%2%Mass fraction 0.5% , 1% , 2% ,
Three properties and uses
The purpose of introducing hydroxyl groups on fullerene is to improve the water solubility of fullerene, but only when the number of hydroxyl groups reaches Only when more than one has good water solubility. DMFFullerol is hardly soluble in acetone and methanol, but soluble in DMF . Chemically similar to fullerene. 1,3 dipolar cycloaddition can also occur when the number of hydroxyl groups is small . Fullerol can strongly absorb free radicals, inhibit the toxicity of chemical poisons, resist radiation, prevent ultraviolet light damage, protect against heavy metal cell damage, resist cell oxidation,
Resists bacterial infections and absorbs free radicals to protect cells from all kinds of damage. Can be widely used in MRI, anti-
HIVHIV drugs, anticancer drugs, chemotherapeutics, cosmetics additives and scientific research.
Four physical and chemical properties
Appearance and shape: dark brown or black powder ( crystal ) 


Density: not available ; melting point: not available;
 Boiling point: Not available; Flash point ( ° C ): Not available;
Ignition point: No data; Lower explosion limit: No data;
5g/100mLSaturated vapor pressure: no information; Solubility: easily soluble in water, up to 5g / 100mL .


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