 About 47 results  books.google.com 620. Cubicuboctahedron. where two of the ROOTS of the equation coincide (and
all three are therefore real), i.e., y0a(x(r1)2(x(r2) 0a[x3((2r 1 'r 2)x2'r 1(r1 '2r2 )x(r2
1r2]: See also CUBICAL CONIC SECTION, CUBICAL ELLIPSE, CUBICAL ... 

 books.google.com Figure 2.7: Polyhedral models based on the rhombicuboctahedron
Rhombicuboctahedron Rhombicuboctahedron edgeskeleton Small
cubicuboctahedron (compound 1) Small rhombihexahedron (compound 2) The
Platonic and ... 

 books.google.com ... 68 Octahemioctahedron (37) 103 69 Small cubicuboctahedron (38) 104 70
Small ditrigonal icosidodecahedron (39) 106 71 Small icosicosidodecahedron (
40) 108 72 Small dodecicosidodecahedron (42) 1 10 73 Dodecadodecahedron (
45) ... 

 books.google.com ... icosahedron Dodecadodecahedron Ditrigonal dodecadodecahedron Great
ditrigonal icosidodecahedron Small ditrigonal icosidodecahedron 94 Great
icosidodecahedron 69 Small cubicuboctahedron 86 Small rhombihexahedron
Photo ... 

 books.google.com The cubicuboctahedral SBB composes of six ZnOCPP moieties that are linked
by eight Zn (CO 2 ) 2 3 SBUs with window dimensions of 7.831× 8.048 Å 2
andinternal diameter of 21.528Å in MMPF4. The octahemioctahedral SBB in
MMPF4 ... 

 books.google.com is a directed slope line pointing in the direction of decreasing values of the level
curves. small circle A circle on a sphere whose center does not coincide with the
center of the sphere. small cubicuboctahedron A NONCONVEX UNIFORM ... 

 books.google.com ... for a moment, you will realize that beyond the circle, square, and triangle, it's
not easy to recall many geometric shapes in a hurry, and very few people will
think to draw an elongated pentagonal cupola inside a stellated
cubicuboctahedron. 

 books.google.com ... the present invention is directed to a supramolecular assembly comprising a
metalorganic molecular framework and a heterocyclic macrocycle guest
molecule. The metalorganic molecular framework comprises cubicuboctahedral
... 

 books.google.com Figure 15a. Truncated cuboctahedron and mainline stellations 1—6. Figure 15b.
Rhombicuboctahedi'on: first stellation. Figure 15c. Great cubicuboctahedron and
mainline stellations. cross covers the central part of the cubic faces. 

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