A narrow band or strongly correlated electronic system and degenerated ground states are important points to understand in explaining superconductivity in fullerene solids. When the inter-electron repulsion U is greater than the bandwidth, an insulating localized electron ground state is produced in the simple Mott–Hubbard model. This explains the absence of superconductivity at ambient pressure in caesium-doped C 60 solids.  Electron-correlation-driven localization of the t 1u electrons exceeds the critical value, leading to the Mott insulator. The application of high pressure decreases the interfullerene spacing, therefore caesium-doped C 60 solids turn to metallic and superconducting.
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Skalny has completed his PhD at the age of 28 and at the age of 38. He is the vice-president of Trace Element – Institute for UNESCO, head of medical elementology chair of RUDN University, president of ANO Centre for Biotic Medicine, vise-president of Federation of European Societies on Trace Elements and Minerals, chairman of Russian Society of Trace Elements in Medicine, editor-in-chief «Trace Elements in Medicine» (Russia), member of editorial boards of "Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology" (Elsevier), and "Biological Trace Element Research" (Springer). He has published more than 400 papers, h-index 27 (RU).