The wonderful world of beaded fullerenes
I don't know if this is interesting as a chemical structure model (I'm not a chemist), but I have created a buckyball sphere that's not exactly a Sierpinski structure, but where the spheres represent the vertices, not the edges of the buckyball, and so would seem to represent the carbon atoms, not the bonds between them. It's at http://eporiginals.blogspot.com/2010/07/blue-ball-shown-here-is-i-think-my-most.html
It is an interesting artwork. You seem to use a dodecahedron to represent a carbon atom. So in this structure, 60 edge-sharing dodecahedrons represent a buckyball.
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