Carbon seen bonding with six other atoms for the first time
By Rebecca Boyle TEAR up that old textbook. A pyramid-shaped carbon molecule that contradicts one of the most basic chemistry lessons we learn at school has been studied for the first time. It contains a carbon atom that bonds to six other atoms instead of the four we have been told carbon is limited to. Atoms form molecules by sharing electrons. Carbon...
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