As the publication list is large it has been broken down chronologically into three parts:

1963–1993 | 1994–2000 | 2001–current

  1. R N Dixon and H W Kroto, ‘High resolution study of the spectrum of the CBr radical’, Trans Faraday Soc, 59, 1484-1489 (1963).
  2. R N Dixon and H W Kroto, ‘The electronic spectrum of nitrosomethane, CH­3NO’, Roy. Soc., 283, 423-432 (1965).
  3. H W Kroto, ‘Singlet and triplet states of NCN in the flash photolysis of cyanogen azide’, J. Chem. Phys., 44, 831-832 (1966).
  4. H W Kroto, ‘The 1πu1g electronic spectrum of NCN’, Can. J. Phys., 45, 1439-1450 (1967).
  5. H W Kroto and D P Santry, ‘CNDO molecular-orbital theory of molecular structure. I. The virtual-orbital approximation to excited states’, J. Chem. Phys., 47, 792-797 (1967).
  6. H W Kroto and D P Santry, ‘Semiempirical molecular-orbital spectra. II. Approximate open-shell theory’, J. Chem. Phys., 47, 2736-2743 (1967).
  7. H W Kroto and Y-H Pao, ‘Effect of intermolecular interactions on line shapes and depolarization factors of highly polarized Raman lines’, J. Optical Society of America, 58, 479-483 (1968).
  8. H J Clase and H W Kroto, ‘The effect of intermolecular interactions on the isotope structures of the Raman bands of CHCl3 , CCl3F and CCl3CN’, Mol. Phys., 15, 167-172 (1968).
  9. P R Carey, H W Kroto and M A Turpin, ‘Chlorine isotope effects on the 19F resonance of CCl3F and the use of this signal as a reference in high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance’, Chem. Comm., 1188 (1969).
  10. H W Kroto and J J C Teixeira-Diaz, ‘Theory of the effect of intermolecular interactions on the Raman spectra of liquid CHCl3 and CFCl3 ‘, Mol. Phys., 16, 773-782 (1970).
  11. H W Kroto, T F Morgan and H H Sheena, ‘Flash photolysis of cyanogen azide, NCN3‘, Trans. Faraday Soc., 66, 2237-2243 (1970).
  12. G H King, H W Kroto and R J Suffolk, ‘The photo-electron spectrum of a short-lived species in the decomposition products of CS2‘, Chem. Phys. Letts., 13, 457-458 (1972).
  13. J P Jesson, H W Kroto and D A Ramsay, ‘Quasiplanarity of pyridine in its first excited singlet state’, J. Chem. Phys., 56, 6257-6258 (1972).
  14. H W Kroto and J J C Teixeira-Dias, ‘The effects of intermolecular interactions in the Raman spectrum of liquid CS2‘, Spectrochim. Acta., 28A, 1497-1502 (1972).
  15. H W Kroto and R J Suffolk, ‘The photoelectron spectrum of an unstable species in the pyrolysis products of dimethyldisulphide’, Chem. Phys. Letts., 15, 545-548 (1972).
  16. C C Costain and H W Kroto, ‘Microwave spectrum, structure and dipole moment of cyanogen azide, NCN3‘, Can. J. Phys., 50, 1453-1457 (1972).
  17. A J Careless, M C Green and H W Kroto, ‘The microwave spectrum of trimethylsilyl isocyanate (CH3)3SiNCO’, Chem. Phys. Letts., 16, 414-418 (1972).
  18. H W Kroto and R J Suffolk, ‘The photoelectron spectrum of F2CS and fluorine substitution shifts’, Chem. Phys. Letts., 17, 213-216 (1972).
  19. A J Careless, H W Kroto and B M Landsberg, ‘The microwave spectrum, structure and dipole moment of thiocarbonyl fluoride, F2CS’, Chem. Phys., 1, 371-375 (1973).
  20. H W Kroto, R J Suffolk and N P C Westwood, ‘The photo-electron spectrum of thioborine, HBS’, Chem. Phys. Letts., 22, 495-498 (1973).
  21. K Georgiou, H W Kroto and B M Landsberg, ‘Microwave spectrum of thioketene, H2C=C=S’, Chem. Commun., p739-740 (1974).
  22. H W Kroto, B M Landsberg, R J Suffolk and A Vodden, ‘The photoelectron and microwave spectra of the unstable species thioacetaldehyde, CH3CHS, and thioacetone, (CH3)2CS’, Chem. Phys. Letts., 29, 265-269 (1974).
  23. H W Kroto, ‘Molecular Rotation Spectra’, (monograph, pp311) John Wiley, London (1975).
  24. A J Careless and H W Kroto, ‘Rotational transitions in degenerate vibrational states of C3v symmetric top molecules with application to CH3CN’,J. Mol. Spectrosc., 57, 189-197 (1975).
  25. A J Careless and H W Kroto, ‘Analysis of the microwave rotation spectrum of silyl cyanide, SiH3CN in its ground and vibrationally excited states’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 57, 198-214 (1975).
  26. H W Kroto, M F Lappert, M Maier, J B Pedley, M Vidal and M F Guest, ‘The HeI photoelectron spectra of mixed boron trihalides and the microwave spectrum of BClF2‘, Chem. Commun., 810-812 (1975).
  27. L W Avery, N W Broten, J M MacLeod, T Oka and H W Kroto, ‘Detection of the heavy interstellar molecule cyanodiacetylene’, Astrophys. J., 205, L173-175 (1976).
  28. M J Hopkinson, H W Kroto, J F Nixon and N P C Simmons, ‘The detection of unstable molecules by microwave spectroscopy: phospha-alkenes CF2=PH, CH2=PCl and CH2=PH’, J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 513-515 (1976).
  29. M J Hopkinson, H W Kroto, J F Nixon and N P C Simmons, ‘The detection of the reactive molecule 1-phosphapropyne, CH3C≡P, by microwave spectroscopy’, Chem. Phys. Letts., 42, 460-461 (1976).
  30. A J Alexander, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, ‘The microwave spectrum, substitution structure and dipole moment of cyanobutadiyne, HC5N’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 62, 175-180 (1976).
  31. H W Kroto and B M Landsberg, ‘The Microwave Spectrum, Substitution Structure, Internal Rotation Barrier and Dipole Moment of Thioacetaldehyde, CH3CHS’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 62, 346-363 (1976).
  32. H W Kroto and M Maier, ‘The Microwave Spectrum, Structure and Quadrupole Coupling Constants of Boronchloridedifluoride, BClF2‘, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 65, 280-288 (1977).
  33. D C Frost, H W Kroto, C A McDowell and N P C Westwood, ‘The HeI Photoelectron Spectra of the Isoelectronic Molecules, Cyanogenazide NCN3 and Cyanogen isocyanate NCNCO’, J. Electron Spectrosc., 11, 147-156 (1977).
  34. J N Murrell, H W Kroto and M F Guest, ‘Double-bonded divalent silicon’, J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 619-620 (1977).
  35. H W Kroto, C Kirby, D R M Walton, L W Avery, N W Broten, J M MacLeod and T Oka, ‘The Detection of Cyanohexatriyne, HC7N, in Heiles’ Cloud 2′, Astrophysics J., 219, L133-L137 (1978).
  36. H W Kroto, J N Murrell, A Al-Derzi and M F Guest, ‘Calculated Structures and Microwave Frequencies of HNSi and HSiN, Astrophysical J., 219, 886-890 (1978).
  37. C Kirby and H W Kroto, ‘Microwave and Photoelectron Study of cis- and trans-Isocyanatoethene CH2=CHNCO (vinylisocyanate)’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 70, 216-228 (1978).
  38. M Hutchinson and H W Kroto, ‘The Microwave Spectrum, Structure and Barrier to Internal Rotation of Selenoacetaldehyde, CH3CHSe’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 70, 347-356 (1978).
  39. H W Kroto, J F Nixon, N P C Simmons and N P C Westwood, ‘FC≡P, 1-Fluorophosphaethyne: Preparation and Detection by Photoelectron and Microwave Spectroscopy’, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 100, 446-448 (1978).
  40. A J Alexander, H W Kroto, M Maier and D R M Walton, ‘The Microwave Spectra of Symmetric Top Polyacetylenes: 1,3,5-Heptatriyne CH3C6H and 1-Cyano-2,4-Pentadiyne CH3C4CN’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 70, 84-90 (1978).
  41. C Kirby, H W Kroto and N P C Westwood, ‘The Detection of Chlorothioborine, ClBS, a New Unstable Triatomic Molecule by Photoelectron and Microwave Spectroscopy’, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 100, 3766-3768 (1978).
  42. C Kirby, H W Kroto and M J Taylor, ‘The Detection of the New Reactive Molecule Methyl(sulphido)boron CH3BS, by Microwave Spectroscopy’, J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 19-20 (1978).
  43. N W Broten, T Oka, L W Avery, J M MacLeod and H W Kroto, ‘The Detection of HC9N in Interstellar Space’, Astrophys. J., 223, L105-107 (1978).
  44. H W Kroto, ‘Chemistry between the Stars’, New Scientist 79, 400-403 (1978); [No.1115, 10 Aug.].
  45. K Georgiou, B M Landsberg and H W Kroto, ‘The Microwave Spectrum Structure and Dipole Moment of Thioketene CH2=C=S’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 77, 365-373 (1979).
  46. N P C Westwood, H W Kroto, J F Nixon and N P C Simmons, ‘Formation of 1-Phosphapropyne CH3CP by Pyrolysis of Ethyl Dichlorophosphine: a He(I) Photoelectron Spectroscopic Study’, J.C.S. Dalton, 1405-1408 (1979).
  47. H W Kroto, J F Nixon and N P C Simmons, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of 1-Phosphapropyne, CH3C≡P: Molecular Structure, Dipole Moment and Vibration Rotation Analysis’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 77, 270-285 (1979).
  48. H E Hosseini, J F Nixon, H W Kroto, S Brownstein, J R Morton and K F Preston, ’19F and 31P NMR characterisation of Phospha-alkene and Phospha-alkyne Intermediates in the Hydrolysis of Perfluoroalkyl-phosphines’, J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 653-654 (1979).
  49. H E Hosseini, H W Kroto, J F Nixon, O Ohashi, ‘ 19F and 31P NMR Characterisation of the Phosphaalkene CF3P=CF2, Intermediates in the alkaline hydrolysis of Bis(trifluoromethyl) phosphine’, J. Organometallic Chem., 181, C1-C3 (1979).
  50. H W Kroto, ‘The Detection of Unstable Species using Microwave, Photoelectron and Radioastronomy Techniques’, 14th International Symposium on Free Radicals, Sanda, Japan., 147-156 (1979).
  51. T Cooper, H W Kroto, J F Nixon and O Ohashi, ‘The Detection of C-Cyanophosphaethyne NCCP, by Microwave Spectroscopy’, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm., 333-334 (1980).
  52. H W Kroto, J F Nixon and N P C Simmons, ‘Microwave Spectrum, Structure, Dipole Moment and Vibrational Satellites of FCP’, Mol. Spectrosc. 82, 185-192 (1980).
  53. M Hutchinson, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, ‘Rotation-Vibration Analysis of the Microwave Spectrum of Cyanobutadiyne, HC5N’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 82, 394-410 (1980).
  54. C Kirby and H W Kroto, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of Methyl-Sulphido-Boron, CH3B=S: Substitution Structure, Dipole Moment and Vibration-Rotation Analysis’, Mol. Spectrosc., 83, 1-14 (1980).
  55. K Georgiou and H W Kroto, ‘The Microwave Spectrum Structure and Dipole Moment of Trans 2-Propenethial (Trans-thioacrolein), CH2=CHCH=S, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 83, 94-104 (1980).
  56. C Kirby and H W Kroto, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of Chloro-Sulphido-Boron ClB=S: Molecular Structure, Dipole Moment, Quadrupole Moment and Vibration-Rotation Analysis’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 83, 130-147 (1980).
  57. C Kirby, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of Cyanohexatriyne, HC7N’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 83, 261-265 (1980).
  58. M King and H W Kroto, ‘Microwave Study of the Thermal Isomerisation of Sulphurdicyanide, S(CN)2 to Cyano-isothiocyanate, NCNCS, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm., 606 (1980).
  59. H W Kroto, J F Nixon, K Ohno and N P C Simmons, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of Phosphaethene, CH2=PH’, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm., 709 (1980).
  60. H W Kroto, C Kirby, D R M Walton, L W Avery, N W Broten, J M McLeod and T Oka, ‘Detection of a Complex New Interstellar Species with a Molecular Weight of 99’, in Les Spectres des Molecules Simples Au Laboratoire et en Astro-Physique, XXI Colloque Int. Astr. 1977, 83-86 (1980).
  61. H W Kroto, ‘The Detection of Unstable Species Using Microwave Photoelectron and Radioastronomy Techniques’, Chimia, 34, 313 (1980).
  62. H Eshtiagh-Hosseini, H W Kroto, J F Nixon, M L Maah and M J Taylor, ‘Synthesis of Phospha-alkene Transition Metal Complexes’, J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 199-200 (1981).
  63. T A Cooper, M A King, H W Kroto and R J Suffolk, ‘The Detection of Unstable Monomeric Selenidoborons: Chloroselenidoboron ClB=Se’, J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 353-354 (1981).
  64. M A King, H W Kroto, J F Nixon, D Klapstein, J P Maier and O Marthaler, ‘Emission Spectra of the Phosphaethyne Cations, HCP+ and DCP+’, Chem. Phys. Letts., 82, 543 (1981).
  65. H W Kroto and J F Nixon, ‘Phosphaalkenes, R2C=PR and Phosphaalkynes, RCP’, A C S Symposium Series 171 (ed. L D Quin and J Verkade) No.79, 383-390, J Am. Chem. Soc.
  66. J C T R Burckett-St.Laurent, P B Hitchcock, H W Kroto and J F Nixon, ‘Novel Transition Metal Phosphaalkyne Complexes. X-Ray Crystal and Molecular Structure of a Side-bonded ButCP Complex of Zerovalent Platinum, Pt(PPh2)2(ButCP), J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 1141-1143 (1981).
  67. H W Kroto, J F Nixon and K Ohno, ‘The Microwave Spectrum, Structure and Dipole Moment of the Unstable Molecule Phosphaethene, CH2=PH’,J. Mol. Spectrosc., 90, 367-373 (1981).
  68. K Ohno, H W Kroto and J F Nixon, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of 1-Phosphabut-1-yne-3-ene, CH2=CHCP’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 90, 507-511 (1981).
  69. H W Kroto, J F Nixon and K Ohno, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of Phosphabutadiyne, HCCCP’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 90, 512-516 (1981).
  70. H W Kroto, ‘The Spectra of Interstellar Molecules’, International Reviews in Physical Chemistry, 1, 309-376 (1981).
  71. J C T R Burckett-St.Laurent, H W Kroto, J F Nixon and K Ohno, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of 1-Phenylphosphaethyne, C6H5CP’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 92, 158-161 (1982).
  72. H W Kroto, ‘Molecules in Space’ Case Study 3 S247, Science Second Level Course, Open University 1981.
  73. H W Kroto, J F Nixon, M J Taylor, A A Frew and K W Muir, ‘Synthesis and NMR spectra of some platinum(II) complexes of the phospha-alkene, (mesityl)P=CPh2‘, Polyhedron, 1, 89-95 (1982).
  74. J C T R Burckett-St.Laurent, T A Cooper, H W Kroto, J F Nixon, O Ohashi and K Ohno, ‘The Detection of Some New Phospha-alkynes, RCP, using microwave spectroscopy’, J. Mol. Struct., 79, 215 (1982).
  75. M A King, D Klapstein, H W Kroto, J P Maier and J F Nixon, ‘Emission spectra of the phosphaethyne cations of HCP+ and DCP+’, J. Mol. Struct., 80, 23-28 (1982).
  76. H W Kroto, ‘Polyine im Universum’, Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab., 30, 765-770 (1982).
  77. K Ohno, H Matsuura, H W Kroto and H Murata, ‘Infra-red spectra of C-fluorophosphaethyne FCP and C-difluorophosphaethene CF2=PH’, Chemistry Letters, 981-984 (1982).
  78. H W Kroto, ‘The interaction between chemistry and astronomy’, in Submillimetre Wave Spectroscopy, J E Beckman and J P Phillips (eds.), Cambridge University Press, 203-217 (1982).
  79. J C T R Burckett-St.Laurent, P B Hitchcock, H W Kroto, M F Meidine and J F Nixon, ‘Novel transition metal phospha-alkyne complexes: tBuCP acting as 6 electron donor ligand. Synthesis, [C2(CO)6(mu-tBuCP)W(CO)5]’, J. Organometallic Chem., 238, C82-C84 (1982).
  80. H W Kroto, ‘Semistable Molecules in the Laboratory and in Space’, Royal Society of Chemistry Tilden Lecture; Chem. Soc. Revs., 11, 435-491 (1982).
  81. J C T R Burckett-St.Laurent, M A King, H W Kroto, J F Nixon and R J Suffolk, ‘Photoelectron Spectra of the Phospha-alkynes: 3,3-dimethyl-1-phosphabutyne, t-BuCP and 1-phenylphosphaethyne, PhCP’, J.C.S. Dalton, 755 (1983).
  82. S I Al-Resayes, S I Klein, H W Kroto, M F Meidine and J F Nixon, ‘Synthesis of and Phospha-alkene-transition metal complexes and the first examples of complexes containing only ligated phospha-alkenes and phospha-alkynes’, J.C.S. Chem. Comm., 930 (1983).
  83. M A King, D Klapstein, H W Kroto, R Kuhn and J P Maier, ‘The Spectroscopic Detection of the Ions XBS+ and XCP+ (X=H, F, Cl)’, Bull. Soc. Chim. Belg., 92, 607 (1983).
  84. K Ohno, H Matsuura, H Murata and H W Kroto, ‘The Vibration-Rotation Spectrum of C-Fluorophoethyne FCP; Fermi Resonance and a Harmonic Force Field, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 100, 403-415 (1983).
  85. J C T R Burckett-St.Laurent, P B Hitchcock, M A King, H W Kroto, M F Meidine, S I Klein, S I Al Resayes, R J Suffolk and J F Nixon, ‘Synthesis, Structures and Photoelectron Spectra of Phospha-alkenes and Phospha-alkynes and their Transition Metal Complexes’, Phosphorus and Sulphur, 18, 259-262 (1983).
  86. H W Kroto, J F Nixon, O Ohashi and N P C Simmons, ‘The Microwave Spectrum of 1-chloro- phosphaethene CH2=PCl’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 103, 113-124 (1984).
  87. H W Kroto, ‘Long Carbon Chains in Space’, European Spectroscopy News, 53, 18-20 (1984).
  88. T A Cooper, C Kirby, H W Kroto and P C Westwood, ‘A Photoelectron Spectroscopic Study of the (FBS)n System (n=1-3)’, J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans., 1047-1052 (1984).
  89. H W Kroto, D McNaughton and O I Osman, ‘The Detection of the New Molecule Prop-2-ynylidenamine, HC2CH=NH, by Microwave Spectroscopy’, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm., 993-994 (1984).
  90. M A King, D Klapstein, H W Kroto, R Kuhn, J P Maier and J F Nixon, ‘Emission Spectrum of the C-Fluorophosphaethyne Cation FCP+’, J. Chem. Phys., 80(6), 2332-2335 (1984).
  91. H W Kroto, ‘A Discrepancy in the Fit between Bacterial and Interstellar Spectra’, Observatory, 104, 135-136 (1984).
  92. M A King and H W Kroto, ‘He I Photoelectron Study of Cyanogen Isothiocyanate, NCNCS, Produced by Thermal Isomerization of Sulfur Dicyanide, S(CN)2‘, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 106, 7347-7351 (1984).
  93. H W Kroto, S I Klein, M F Meidine, J F Nixon, R K Harris, K J Packer and P Reams, ‘1- and 2-Coordination in Phospha-alkeneplatinum(0) Complexes. High Resolution Solid State 31P NMR Spectrum (Triphenylphosphine)Platinum(0)’, J. Organo-metal. Chem., 280, 281-287 (1985).
  94. H W Kroto, D McNaughton, L T Little and N Matthews, ‘Long-Chain Hydrocarbon Molecules in the Interstellar Medium: Search for 1-cyanobut-3-ene-1-yne, CH2=CHC3N’, Mon. Not. R. Astr. Soc., 213, 753-759 (1985).
  95. M C Durrant, H W Kroto,D McNaughton and J F Nixon ‘The New Molecule 1-Cyano-4-Phosphabutadiyne, NC4P, Produced by Copyrolysis of PCl3 and CH3C3N: Detection and Vibration- Rotation Analysis by Microwave Spectroscopy’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 109, 8-14, (1985).
  96. K Ohno, H Matsuura, D McNaughton and H W Kroto, ‘Infrared Spectra of 1-Phosphapropyne, CH3CP, and its Perdeuteride CD3C=P’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 111, 415-424, (1985).
  97. M A King, H W Kroto and B M Landsberg, ‘Microwave Spectrum of the Quasilinear Molecule Cyanogen Isothiocyanate, NCNCS’, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 113, 1-20, (1985).
  98. H E Hosseini, H W Kroto, J F Nixon and O Ohashi, ’31P, 19F and 1H NMR Spectroscopic study of the Reaction of Bis(Trifluoromethyl)Phosphine and solid KOH. Synthesis of the Phosphaalkene CF3P=CF2‘,J. Organometallic Chem., 296, 351-355, (1985).
  99. H W Kroto and D McNaughton, ‘Photoelectron Spectra of the Amino difluoroboranes NH2=BF2 , NHMe=BF2 and NMe2=BF2‘, J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans., 1767. (1985)
  100. H W Kroto, J R Heath, S C O’Brien, R F Curl and R E Smalley, ‘C60: Buckminsterfullerene’, Nature, 318(No.6042), 162-163,(1985) [cover illustration].
  101. Lanthanum complexes of spheroidal carbon shells; J. R. Heath, S. C. O’Brien, Q. Zhang, Y. Liu, F. R. Curl, H. W. Kroto, F. K. Tittle and R. E. Smalley, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 107, 7779-7780 (1985).
  102. Negative carbon cluster ion beams; new evidence for the special nature of C60; Y. Liu, S. C. O’Brien, Q. Zhang, J. R. Heath, F., K. Tittle, R. F. Curl, H. W. Kroto and R. E. Smalley,Chem. Phys. Lett., 126, 215-217 (1986).
  103. Reactivity of large carbon clusters: spheroidal carbon shells and their possible relevance to the formation and morphology of soot; Q. L. Zhang, S. C. O’Brien, J. R. Heath, Y. Liu, R. F. Curl, H. W. Kroto and R. E. Smalley, J. Phys. Chem., 90, 525-528 (1986).
  104. A reply to “Magic Numbers” in Cn+and Cn abundance distributions based on experimental observations; S. C. O’Brien, J. R. Heath, H. W. Kroto, R. F. Curl and R. E. Smalley, Chem. Phys. Lett. 132, 99-102 (1986).
  105. Chemistry between the stars; H. W. Kroto, Proc. Roy. Institution, 58, 45-72 (1986)
  106. The formation of long carbon chain molecules during laser vapourisation of graphite; J. R. Heath, Q. Zhang, S. C. O’Brien, R. F. Curl, H. W. Kroto and R. E. Smalley, J. Am. Chem. Soc.,109, 359-363, (1987).
  107. The stability of the Fullerenes Cn(n = 24, 28, 32, 50, 60 and 70); H. W. Kroto, Nature,329, 529-531 (1987).
  108. Long carbon chain molecules in circumstellar shells; H. W. Kroto, J. R. Heath, S. C. O’Brien, R. F. Curl and R. E. Smalley, Astrophys. J., 314, 352-355 (1987).
  109. Carbon condensation; H. W. Kroto, Comments Cond. Mat. Phys., 13, 119-141 (1987).
  110. Chains and grains in interstellar space; H. W. Kroto in A. Leger, L. d’Hendecourt and N. Boccara, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Astrophysics, Reidel, 1987, pp197-206.
  111. The formation of quasi-icosohedral spiral shell carbon particles; H.W. Kroto and K.G. McKay, Nature, 331, 328-331 (1988).
  112. Space, stars, C60and soot; H.W. Kroto, Science, 242, 1139-1145 (1988).
  113. C60: Buckminsterfullerene, other Fullerenes and the icospiral shell; H.W. Kroto,Computers and Math. Applic., 17, 417-423 (1988).
  114. The chemistry of the interstellar medium; H.W. Kroto, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc., Lond. A.,325, 405-421 (1988).
  115. The role of linear and spheroidal carbon molecules in interstellar grain formation; H.W. Kroto, Ann. Phys. Fr., 14, 169-179 (1989).
  116. Giant Fullerenes; H.W. Kroto, Chem. Brit., 26, 40-42 (1990)
  117. Dust around AFGL 2688, molecular shielding, and the production of carbon chain molecules; M. Jura and H.W. Kroto, Astrophys. J., 351, 222-229 (1990).
  118. C60, Fullerenes, giant Fullerenes and soot; H.W. Kroto, Pure Appl. Chem., 62, 407-415 (1990).
  119. The formation and structure of interstellar dust; H.W. Kroto in S. Chang (Ed.) ‘Carbon in the Galaxy’; Proc. Conf. NASA Aims Research Center, Nov 5-6 1987, Publ. 1990.
  120. Possible assignment of the 11.3 m UIR feature in emission from soot-like microparticles with internal hydrogens, S.P. Balm and H.W. Kroto, Mon. Not. Roy. Astronom. Soc., 245, 193-197 (1990).
  121. Isolation, separation and characterisation of the Fullerenes C60and C70; the third form of carbon; R. Taylor, J.P. Hare, A.K. Abdul-Sada and H.W. Kroto, J. Chem. Soc. Chem.,Commun., 1423-1425 (1990).
  122. Fullerene cage clusters. The key to the structure of solid carbon; H.W. Kroto, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 86, 2465-2468 (1990).
  123. The discovery of C60 ; H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Univ. Sussex Ann. Rep., 6-8 (1990-91).
  124. The analysis of comet mass spectrometric data; S.P. Balm, J.P. Hare and H.W. Kroto,Space Sci. Revs., 56, 185-189 (1991)
  125. Potential-energy function of large carbon clusters; S.P. Balm, A.W. Allaf, H.W. Kroto and J.N. Murrell, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 86, 803-806 (1991).
  126. Preparation and UV/VIS spectra of Fullerenes C60and C70; J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto and R. Taylor, Chem. Phys. Lett., 177, 394-398 (1991).
  127. The IR spectra of Fullerene-60 and -70; J.P. Hare, T.J. Dennis, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor, A.W. Allaf, S. Balm and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 412-413 (1991).
  128. Thermodynamic evidence for a phase transition in crystalline fullerene C60; A. Dworkin, H. Szwarc, S. Leach, J.P. Hare, T.J. Dennis, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, C. R. Acad., Sci. Paris, t.312, Ser II, 979-982 (1991).
  129. Degradation of C60by light; R. Taylor, J.P. Parsons, A.G. Avent, S.P. Rannard, T.J. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, Nature, 351, 277 (1991).
  130. Thermodynamic characterisation of the crystallinity of footballene C60; A. Dworkin, C. Fabre, D. Schutz, G. Kriza, R. Ceolin, H. Szwarc, P. Bernier, D. Jerome, S. Leach, A. Rassat, J.P. Hare, T.J. Dennis, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, C. R. Acad., Sci. Paris, t.313, Ser II, 1017 (1991).
  131. Fluorination of Buckminsterfullerene; J.H. Holloway, E.G. Hope, R. Taylor, J.G. Langley, A.G. Avent, T.J. Dennis, J.P.Hare, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 966-969 (1991).
  132. C60: the celestial sphere that fell to earth; H.W. Kroto, Nanotechnology, 1, 1-2 (1991).
  133. The magnetic circular dichroism and absorption spectra of C60isolated in argon matrices; Z. Gasyna, P.N. Schatz, J.P. Hare, T.J. Dennis, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M.Walton,Chem. Phys. Lett., 183, 283-291 (1991).
  134. Hypothetical twisted structure for C60F60; P.W. Fowler, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 87, 2685-2686 (1991).
  135. Crystal structure and bonding of ordered C60; W.I.F. David, R.M. Ibberson, J. Matthewman, K. Prassides, T.J. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton,Nature, 353, 156-158 (1991).
  136. Large infrared nonlinear optical response of C60; W.J. Blau, H.J. Byrne, D.J. Cardin, T.J. Dennis, J.P. Hare, J. Tomkinson, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Phys. Rev. Lett.,67, 1423-1425 (1991).
  137. The vibrational Raman spectra of C60and C70; T.J. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor, D.R.M. Walton and P.J. Hendra, Spectrochim. Acta, 47A, 1289-1292 (1991).
  138. Inelastic neutron scattering spectrum of the fullerene C60; K. Prassides, T.J.S. Dennis, J.P. Hare, J. Tomkinson, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 187, 455-458 (1991).
  139. C60Buckminsterfullerene; H W Kroto, A W Allaf and S P Balm, Chem. Revs., 91, 1213-1235 (1991)
  140. Electronic spectra and transitions of the fullerene C60; S. Leach, M. Vervloet, A. Despres, E. Breheret, J.P. Hare, T.J. Dennis, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton; Chem. Phys.,160, 451-466 (1992).
  141. No lubricants from fluorinated C60; R. Taylor, A.G. Avent, T.J. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto, D.R.M. Walton, J.H. Holloway, E.G. Hope, and G.J. Langley, Nature, 355, 27 (1992).
  142. C60: Buckminsterfullerene, the celestial sphere that fell to earth; H.W. Kroto, Angew. Chem. Internat. Edit. Engl., 31, 111-129 (1992).
  143. A postbuckminsterfullerene view of carbon in the galaxy; J.P. Hare and H.W. Kroto,Accounts Chem. Res., 25, 106-112 (1992).
  144. Nucleophilic substitution of fluorinated C60; R. Taylor, J.H. Holloway, E.G. Hope, A.J. Avent, G.J. Langley, T.J. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 665-667 (1992).
  145. Formation of C60Ph12by electrophilic aromatic substitution; R. Taylor, G.J. Langley, M.F. Meidine, J.P. Parsons, A.K. Abdul-Sada, T.J. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M.Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 667-668 (1992).
  146. The post-Buckminsterfullerene graphite horizon; H.W. Kroto, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 2141-2143 (1992)
  147. Astrophysical Problems involving Carbon Re-appraised; J.P. Hare and H.W. Kroto in P.D. Singh (Ed.) ‘Astrochemistry of cosmic phenomena’ IAU, The Netherlands, 1992, pp. 47-54.
  148. Fullerene physics; K. Prassides and H.W. Kroto, Physics World, 5, 44-49 (1992).
  149. Preparation and characterisation of C60Br6and C60Br8; P.R. Birkett, P.B. Hitchcock, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Nature, 357, 479-481 (1992).
  150. Post-Fullerene organic chemistry; H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, in E. Osawa and O. Yonemitsu (Eds.), ‘Carbocyclic cage compounds’, VCH, 1992, pp 91-100.
  151. A mass spectrometric/NMR study of Fullerene-78 isomers; R. Taylor, G.J. Langley, T.J.S. Dennis, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1043-1046 (1992).
  152. Fullerenes: physics and astrophysics studies; H.W. Kroto, K. Prassides, M. Endo and M. Jura in C. Taliani, G. Ruani and R. Zamboni (Eds.) Fullerenes; status and perspectives, Proc. 1st Italian Workshop, Bologna (Feb. 6-7 1992) World Scientific Advanced Series in Fullerenes – Vol.2, 1992, pp1-12.
  153. Neutron scattering studies of Fullerenes and alkali-metal doped Fullerides, K. Prassides, C. Christides, J. Tomkinson, M.J. Rosseinsky, D.W. Murphy, R.C. Haddon, T.J.S. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton in C. Taliani, G. Ruani and R. Zamboni (Eds.)Fullerenes; status and perspectives, Proc. 1st Italian Workshop, Bologna (Feb. 6-7 1992) World Scientific Advanced Series in Fullerenes – Vol. 2, 1992, pp147-160.
  154. Single crystal x-ray structure of benzene-solvated C60; M.F. Meidine, P.B. Hitchcock, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1534-1537 (1992).
  155. Simulated transmission electron microscope images and characterisation of the ‘Icospiral’; K.G. McKay, H.W. Kroto and D.J. Wales, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 88, 2815-2821 (1992).
  156. An end to the search for the ground state of C84? D.E. Manolopoulos, P.W. Fowler, R.Taylor, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 88, 3117-3118 (1992).
  157. Isolation and spectroscopy of fullerenes; H.W. Kroto, K. Prassides, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Physica Scripta, T45, 314-318 (1992).
  158. Circumstellar and interstellar fullerenes and their analogues; H.W. Kroto and M. Jura,Astron. Astrophys., 263, 275-280 (1992)
  159. Introduction; H.W. Kroto, Carbon, 30, 1139-1141 (1992).
  160. Fullerenes and fullerides in the solid state; neutron scattering studies; K. Prassides, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor, D.R.M. Walton, W.I.F. David, J. Tomkinson, R C Haddon, M.J. Rosseinsky and D.W. Murphy, Carbon, 30, 1277-1286 (1992).
  161. Formation of carbon nanofibers; M Endo and H W Kroto, J. Phys. Chem., 96, 6941-6944 (1992).
  162. Preparation and characterisation of C60(ferrocene)2; J.D. Crane, P.B. Hitchcock, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1764-1765 (1992).
  163. Mu@C70; monitoring the dynamics of fullerenes from inside the cage; K. Prassides, T.J.S. Dennis, C. Christidies, E. Roduner, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Phys. Chem., 96, 10600-10602 (1992).
  164. Isolation, characterisation and chemical reactions of fullerenes; R. Taylor, A.G. Avent, P.R. Birkett, T.J.S. Dennis, J.P. Hare, P.B. Hitchcock, J.H. Holloway, P.G. Hope, H.W. Kroto, G.J. Langley, M.F. Meidine, J.P. Parsons and D.R.M. Walton, Pure Appl. Chem., 65, 135 (1992).
  165. Discovery; H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Univ. Sussex Ann. Rep., 6 (1992).
  166. Hydrogenation of carbon clusters; A.W. Allaf, R.A. Hallett, S.P. Balm and H.W. Kroto,Internat. J. Mod. Phys. B, 6, 3595 (1992).
  167. Optical emission from carbon clusters in a supersonic expansion; S.P. Balm, R.A. Hallett, A.W. Allaf, A.J. Stace and H.W. Kroto, Internat. J. Mod. Phys. B, 6, 3757 (1992).
  168. Fullerene studies at Sussex; H.W. Kroto, K. Prassides, A.J. Stace, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton in W.E. Billups and M.A. Ciufolini (Eds.) Buckminsterfullerenes, VCH, 1993, Ch 2, pp 21-57.
  169. The Raman spectra of C60Br24, C60Br8and C60Br6; P.R. Birkett, I. Gross, P.J. Hendra, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 205, 399-404 (1993).
  170. The structural characterisation of buckminsterfullerene compounds; P.R. Birkett, J.D. Crane, P.B. Hitchcock, H.W. Kroto, M.F. Meidine, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Mol. Struct., 292, 1 (1993)
  171. Polyynes and the formation of fullerenes; H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. Ser. A, 343, 103-112 (1993)
  172. Highly oxygenated derivatives of fluorinated C60, and the mode of fragmentation of the fluorinated cage under electron impact conditions; R. Taylor, G.J. Langley, A.K. Brisdon, J.H. Holloway, E.G. Hope, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 875-878 (1993)
  173. 13C NMR spectroscopy of C76, C78, C84, and mixtures of C86-C102; anomalous chromatographic behaviour of C82and evidence for C70H12; R. Taylor, G.J. Langley, A.G. Avent, T.J.S. Dennis, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2, 1029 (1993).
  174. Preparation and 13C NMR characterisation of C60Cl6; P.R. Birkett, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1230 (1993).
  175. Formation and stabilisation of the hexa-adduct of cyclopentadiene with C60; M.F. Meidine, R. Roers, G.J. Langley, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, S. Firth, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1342 (1993).
  176. Preparation and single crystal structure determination of the solvated intercalate C60.I2.toluene; P.R. Birkett, C. Christidies, P.B. Hitchcock, H.W. Kroto, K. Prassides, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin 2, 1407 (1993).
  177. Enthalpies of formation of Buckminsterfullerene (C60) and of the parent ions C60+, C602+, C603+and C60; H.P. Diego, M.E.M. da Piedade, T.J.S. Dennis, J.P. Hare, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 89, 3541, (1993).
  178. The C60-catalysed oxidation of hydrogen sulphide to sulphur; A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Fullerene Sci. & Tech., 1, 571 (1993).
  179. Stable derivatives of small fullerenes; H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett.,214, 353 (1993).
  180. Isolation, characterisation and chemical reactions of fullerenes; R. Taylor, A.G. Avent, P.R. Birkett, T.J.S. Dennis, J.P. Hare, P.B. Hitchcock, J.H. Holloway, E.G. Hope, H.W. Kroto, G.J. Langley, M.F. Meidine, J.P. Parsons and D.R.M. Walton, Pure Appl. Chem., 65, 135 (1993).
  181. Neutron scattering and SR studies of fullerenes and their derivatives; K. Prassides,Physica Scripta, T49, 735 (1993).
  182. The production and structure of pyrolytic carbon nanotubes (PCNTs); M Endo, K Takeuchi, S Igarashi, K Kobori, M Shiraishi and H W Kroto, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 54, 1841 (1993)

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