THE BEADED MOLECULES 串珠分子模型的美妙世界
The wonderful world of beaded fullerenes
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Molecular rugby ball vs molecular baseball
I noticed that the last two of C36's fifteen isomers, namely C36:14 (point group, D2d) and C36:15 (D6h), are very similar to a baseball and a rugby ball, respectively. Also, a Stone-Wales transformation can bring one of them to the other.
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