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Topological Indices of 3-Generalized Fullerenes

  • Z. Mehranian
  • A. R. AshrafiEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Carbon Materials: Chemistry and Physics book series (CMCP, volume 9)

Abstract

A molecular graph G is said to be three connected if there does not exist a two-element set of vertices whose removal disconnects the graph. A three-connected cubic planar graph G = (V;E) is called m-generalized fullerene if it has two m-gons and all other faces are pentagons and hexagons. The aim of this chapter is to compute some distance topology of eight infinite sequences of 3-generalized fullerene.

Keywords

Generalize Fullerene Molecular Graph Topological Index Wiener Index Fullerene Graph 
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Notes

Acknowledgment

The second author is partially supported by the University of Kashan under grant no 464092/5.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of QomQomIran
  2. 2.Department of Nanocomputing, Institute of Nanoscience and NanotechnologyUniversity of KashanKashanIran
  3. 3.Department of Pure Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical SciencesUniversity of KashanKashanIran

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