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Cagey about water: NMR in a fullerene

The all-carbon, soccerball-shaped fullerene, C60, molecule provides the most compact of cryoscopic NMR tubes for studying the behaviour of water, according to researchers at the Universities of Nottingham and Southampton, in UK and Columbia University in New York, USA.

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