Recursive generation of IPR fullerenes
We describe a new construction algorithm for the recursive generation of all non-isomorphic IPR fullerenes. Unlike previous algorithms, the new algorithm stays entirely within the class of IPR fullerenes, that is: every IPR fullerene is constructed by expanding a smaller IPR fullerene unless it belongs to a limited class of irreducible IPR fullerenes that can easily be made separately. The class of irreducible IPR fullerenes consists of 36 fullerenes with up to 112 vertices and 4 infinite...[Show more]
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