Q: Which allotrope of carbon has the shape of a soccer ball?

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a football or any type of ball ========================= Any kind of ball with a ballular shape. The [American] football is not one of them.

a ball

A ball has the shape known in mathematics as a sphere. (Unless it's an American football.)

It is the total number of edges divided by 2. This is because a seam connects to edges. There are a total of 32 shapes on a soccer ball with 12 pentagons. There are 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons. Here are the calculations: (12*5/2)+(20*6/2)=180/2=90 So there are 90 seams on a soccer ball with 12 pentagons.

What is a tesselation? The answer is very basic. Tesselations are a shape, whether regular or unregular, placed in a repeated fashion. For example, hexagons, a regular shape, is placed in a tesselation, on a soccer ball. The properties of a tesselation, is that the same as, what is a tesselation? I guess the properties of a tesselation are just shapes or objects fitting into each other to form a tesselation. Hope it helped! By audreeso

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A hollow soccer ball

There are eight allotropes of carbon. Bucky ball is one of the allotrope of carbon. Bucky ball is also called fullerene

A buckyball, nickname for an allotrope of carbon properly known as a Buckminsterfullerene, consists of 60 carbon atoms linked together to form an almost spherical ball with 60 panels similar to those on a soccer ball.A polygon with 9 sides is called a nonagon or an enneagon.The name enneagon comes from Greek enneagonon.

no, he is the guy who discovered the fullerene (C60). It was named after him. He like made the model for it. But Richard Smalley, Robert Curl, and Harold Kroto discovered it with their new magnifying glass they made on accident. And then they found this new element. They are also know as buckytubes and buckyballs.

A circle.

A regulation soccer ball is comprised of both hexagons and pentagons.

The shape of a soccer ball is a sphere. The stitching pattern of a traditional ball is that of a truncated icosahedron cocentric with the sphere with the pattern projected onto the sphere.

This is called buckminsterfullerene and it has nothing to do with the Bucky Balls that are strong magnets. This a structure of interlocking hexagons and pentagons, identical to those of a soccer ball. Because this idea was inspired by the geodesic dome, they named this C60 allotrope of carbon, buckminsterfullerene. Since it is composed of carbon, it is a part of organic chemistry. Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon and the other elements that it is found with.

it represents a persons head in a ball shape!

Anyone who wants to (including me!) That is in good shape and can kick a soccer ball !

The soccer ball is round in three dimensions. It's a sphere. (The Laws of the Game actually specify a spherical ball.)

fullerene.