Saturday, May 19, 2007

Example of Triple Stranded Helical Nanotube


The helix is derived from a Dnh torus (2,2,2,4) with shifting in outer rim by 2 units. Each strand contains 10 unit cells.

1 comment:

Bih-Yaw Jin said...

This is really amazing. I am curious about the size of pitch and width of the triple-stranded helix.