Chemistry and the forms aesthetics

Müller A, Patrut A (2001)
REVISTA DE CHIMIE 52(6): 289-298.

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The paper presents the complex problem of the relationship between the molecules of the chemist and their models, on the one hand, and the so-called aesthetics of forms, on the other. In this sense, molecules with suggestive names, such as Fullerenes, Superfullerenes, Keplerates, giant spheres and giant wheels are presented and discussed. The existence of connections between the beautiful molecules with high degree of symmetry, corresponding to the Platonic and Archimedean solids, and similar forms found in nature, in living systems, are established.
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Müller A, Patrut A. Chemistry and the forms aesthetics. REVISTA DE CHIMIE. 2001;52(6):289-298.
Müller, A., & Patrut, A. (2001). Chemistry and the forms aesthetics. REVISTA DE CHIMIE, 52(6), 289-298.
Müller, A., and Patrut, A. (2001). Chemistry and the forms aesthetics. REVISTA DE CHIMIE 52, 289-298.
Müller, A., & Patrut, A., 2001. Chemistry and the forms aesthetics. REVISTA DE CHIMIE, 52(6), p 289-298.
A. Müller and A. Patrut, “Chemistry and the forms aesthetics”, REVISTA DE CHIMIE, vol. 52, 2001, pp. 289-298.
Müller, A., Patrut, A.: Chemistry and the forms aesthetics. REVISTA DE CHIMIE. 52, 289-298 (2001).
Müller, Achim, and Patrut, Adrian. “Chemistry and the forms aesthetics”. REVISTA DE CHIMIE 52.6 (2001): 289-298.
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