Thursday, December 18, 2008

Small Sierpiski beaded fullerene


(created by Q.-R. Huang)

3 comments:

mark said...

That is really good and attract the Small sierpiski beaded fullerene.
butFullerenes are a family of carbon allotropes consisting of molecules composed entirely of carbon atoms arranged in the form of hollow spheres, ellipsoids, or tubes.

Bih-Yaw Jin said...

You are certainly right about fullerenes. There are indeed many possible sp3 based fullerene structures. We have recently published a few papers on the systematics of toroidal CNT, helical CNT and High-Genus fullerenes. I personally doubt the possible existence Sierpinski fullerenes. But, mathematically speaking, it is still an interesting generalization. I have never seen any work on this possibility. As far as I know, the most popular ones are Sierpinsky pyramid and cube.

Marcus Busby said...

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