TY - JOUR UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:8509418 ID - pug01:8509418 LA - eng TI - Decoration of the truncated tetrahedron - an Archimedean polyhedron - to produce a new class of convex equilateral polyhedra with tetrahedral symmetry PY - 2016 JO - (2016) SYMMETRY-BASEL SN - 2073-8994 PB - 2016 AU - Schein, Stan AU - Yeh, Alexander J AU - Coolsaet, Kris WE02 001980172447 AU - Gayed, James M AB - The Goldberg construction of symmetric cages involves pasting a patch cut out of a regular tiling onto the faces of a Platonic host polyhedron, resulting in a cage with the same symmetry as the host. For example, cutting equilateral triangular patches from a 6.6.6 tiling of hexagons and pasting them onto the full triangular faces of an icosahedron produces icosahedral fullerene cages. Here we show that pasting cutouts from a 6.6.6 tiling onto the full hexagonal and triangular faces of an Archimedean host polyhedron, the truncated tetrahedron, produces two series of tetrahedral (T-d) fullerene cages. Cages in the first series have 28n(2) vertices (n >= 1). Cages in the second (leapfrog) series have 3 x 28n(2). We can transform all of the cages of the first series and the smallest cage of the second series into geometrically convex equilateral polyhedra. With tetrahedral (T-d) symmetry, these new polyhedra constitute a new class of "convex equilateral polyhedra with polyhedral symmetry". We also show that none of the other Archimedean polyhedra, six with octahedral symmetry and six with icosahedral, can host full-face cutouts from regular tilings to produce cages with the host's polyhedral symmetry. ER -Download RIS file
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245 | a Decoration of the truncated tetrahedron - an Archimedean polyhedron - to produce a new class of convex equilateral polyhedra with tetrahedral symmetry | ||
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520 | a The Goldberg construction of symmetric cages involves pasting a patch cut out of a regular tiling onto the faces of a Platonic host polyhedron, resulting in a cage with the same symmetry as the host. For example, cutting equilateral triangular patches from a 6.6.6 tiling of hexagons and pasting them onto the full triangular faces of an icosahedron produces icosahedral fullerene cages. Here we show that pasting cutouts from a 6.6.6 tiling onto the full hexagonal and triangular faces of an Archimedean host polyhedron, the truncated tetrahedron, produces two series of tetrahedral (T-d) fullerene cages. Cages in the first series have 28n(2) vertices (n >= 1). Cages in the second (leapfrog) series have 3 x 28n(2). We can transform all of the cages of the first series and the smallest cage of the second series into geometrically convex equilateral polyhedra. With tetrahedral (T-d) symmetry, these new polyhedra constitute a new class of "convex equilateral polyhedra with polyhedral symmetry". We also show that none of the other Archimedean polyhedra, six with octahedral symmetry and six with icosahedral, can host full-face cutouts from regular tilings to produce cages with the host's polyhedral symmetry. | ||
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