Fullerene has 70 carbon atoms with a cage-like fused-ring structure resembling a rugby ball. Fullerenes are sparingly soluble in an aromatic solvent, e.g., toluene and carbon disulfide. It is similar to electron-deficient alkenes. It also reacts with electron-rich species. C70 Fullerene can also be used in the quantitative analysis of river sediment and soils. They are also incorporated into titanium oxide-based nanowires forming the nanocomposites for light-responsive photocatalysts. Other applications include antioxidants, antimicrobial activities, and drug delivery.