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Fullerene C70 is the primary starting material for the synthesis of organic semiconductors used in solar cells, perovskites, and bio/pharma applications.
FULLERENE C70 – SOL5070
Fullerenes C70 is the main starting material for the synthesis of organic semiconductors used in solar cells, perovskites, and bio/pharma applications.
Highly pure solvent-free C70 is offered in grades ranging from 99.0% to 99.5%, specially formulated for biological-oriented R&D and processes demanding ultra-pure fullerenes.
Solvents and volatiles are removed by subjecting the C70 to a controlled heat-cool process under dynamic, inert medical nitrogen to suppress oxidation and maintain its originality.
Is used as:
- Organic photovoltaics (OPV)
- Water purification
- Biohazard protection
- Medical researches
Grade: 98.0% (SOL5070U) – Regular grade with some residual solvent, 0.1 – 0.5% – High Purity grade for synthesis
Grade: 99.0% (SOL5070B) – Regular grade with some residual solvent, 0.1 – 0.5% – High Purity grade for synthesis
Grade: 99.5% (SOL5070A) – Regular grade with some residual solvent, 0.1 – 0.5% – High Purity grade for synthesis
Grade: 99.0% (SOL5070V) – Solvent-free* – ™ High Purity grade for synthesis.
Grade: 99.5% (SOL5070X) – Solvent-free* – ™ High Purity grade for synthesis, Bio-Pharma, Standards.
These C70 products are going through further processes in order to be highly soluble in organic solvents, oils and other related media.
*Solvents and volatiles are removed by subjecting the C70 to a controlled heat-cool process under dynamic inert medical nitrogen in order to suppress oxidation and preserve its pristine nature.
Safety Data Sheet: SDS-SOL5070
Technical Data Sheet:
|Chemical Name:||Fullerene C70|
|Color and Texture:||deep green/black crystalline powder|
|Molecular Weight:||840.7 g/mol|
|Absorption, λmax (Media):||N/A|
|Emission, λmax (Media):||N/A|
|Melting point (°C):||> 280 °C (> 536 °F) – lit|
(1) “Superconductivity in single crystals of the fullerene C70”
Schön, J., Kloc, C., Siegrist, T. et al. Superconductivity in single crystals of the fullerene C70. Nature 413, 831–833 (2001)
(2) “Polymer:fullerene bulk heterojunction solar cells”, Jenny Nelson
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Products for Research and Development. Laboratory uses only by qualified personnel. The user should read the available SDS and be aware of any precautions to take for the safe manipulation of these materials. Solarischem shall not be held responsible for any damage resulting from the use or handling of these products. Any product can be discontinued, specifications altered or price changed at any time without prior notice. The specifications and structures do not guarantee any product’s suitability for the client’s applications or uses.