Continuous Transformation of Cubic Minimal Surfaces
Although the primitive (P), diamond (D) and gyroid (G) minimal surfaces form the structural basis for a multitude of self-assembling phases, such as the bicontinuous cubics, relatively little is known regarding their geometrical transformations, beyond the existence of the Bonnet isometry. Here their highest symmetry deformation modes, the rhombohedral and tetragonal distortions, are fully elucidated to provide a unified description of these simplest minimal surface families, with all...[Show more]
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