Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Another photo of the smallest HG fullerene


Photo taken by J.-H. Hwang.

4 comments:

Mandy said...

I would love to make this, do you have a pattern? I love your blog!

Bih-Yaw Jin said...

We don't have step-by-step patterns for these complicated 3D structures. Instead, we usually have a simulated 3D structure to start with. Please take a look at posts with labels:
High-Genus Fullerenes, or more specifically, the post "Ih-Symmetric C380 : The Smallest Stable 11-Genus Graphenoid", which contains quite detailed description about this particular structure.

freebird7100 said...

Hello, I am a beader & I love the designs, I truly wish you could give pictorial tutorials for your designs, as a beader i love to learn things having to do with design & beading, math is an added bonus :), but just telling us to get hints from the pictures is like me telling you to solve this math problem but don't write it out, don't read it, don't use a calculator & don't touch it. then I show you a picture of a car! without some guidance you are lost on the desired answer to the question. I really love your eye candy & maybe tutes are not your specialty but still take pics for each step you do & that will cross any language barrier & do more for us who are drooling on our keyboard. Thank you for the eye candy :)

Bih-Yaw Jin said...

Thanks for the comments. Please check here for high-genus fullerene:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/61280066/Paper-114