Carbon Jelly: C60's Latest Trick� - Technology Review: Royall and Williams answer this question by creating a computer model of this substance and then seeing whether it is stable. And their conclusion is that it can. "We have presented numerical evidence that C60, under the right conditions can form a gel," they say.
Such a substance would be a bizarre chemical curiosity. It means that in addition to forming diamond, graphite, graphene and an infinite number of carbon chickenwire structures such as tubes and footballs, carbon can also be a jelly.