Porous Polyhedra as Molecular Models

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Embedded Polyhedra – Molecules (6/6)

Embedded Truncated Octahedron

Wooden Version of an Embedded Truncated Octahedron in the surface of  a Foil Cube

Embedded Polyhedron

Embedded Truncated Icosahedron in the surface of a Foil Dodecahedron

Embedded Truncated Octahedron

Embedded Truncated Octahedron in the surface of a Foil Cube

Embedded Truncated Tetrahedron

Embedded Truncated Tetrahedron on the surface of a Foil Tetrahedron

Embedded Crown Icosidodecahedron

Embedded Crown Icosidodecahedron (centeral embedding) in a Star Dodecahedron

Embedded Crown Icosidodecahedron

 

Embedded Crown Icosidodecahedron in Star Dodecahedron (vertice embedding)

 

These are polyhedra that are embedded in the surface of other larger polyhedra. As the size of the Foil pour increases so too does the opportunities for the embedding of larger polyhedra. Therefore, they are scalable.

 


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