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The Simplest Patterns of Interpenetrated Honeycomb Layers – Counter examples to the Minimal Transitivity Principle?

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submitted on 19.02.2018 and posted on 19.02.2018 by Igor Baburin
The paper calls attention to the most symmetric interpenetration patterns of honeycomb layers. To the best of my knowledge, such patterns remained unknown so far. In my contribution a rigorous derivation of such patterns is given that makes use of a new approach to interpenetrating nets. The results are presented in a broad context of structural chemistry and crystal engineering.

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Email Address of Submitting Author

Igor.Baburin@chemie.tu-dresden.de

Institution

Technische Universitaet Dresden

Country

Germany

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0003-4971-7646

Declaration of Conflict of Interest

I declare no conflict of interest.

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