Professor Stephen Martin, Chairman of the Editorial Board of Tetrahedron
Journals, said on announcing this year's winner, "The Tetrahedron
Prize for 2015 honors Professor William Jorgensen of Yale University for his outstanding contributions to the general field of computational chemistry and its applications to organic and medicinal chemistry, including chemical reactions, host-guest interactions, protein-ligand interactions, and drug discovery.
By application of the Gauss divergence theorem to the tetrahedron
, one can write:
3+] position would distort the oxygen tetrahedron
much less than [Mn.
If a microscopic droplet of water is cooled very fast, it forms what is called a glass -- low-density amorphous ice -- in which all the tetrahedrons
of water molecules are not lined up to form perfect crystals.
We're basically turning that on its head," says Julie Zimmerman, also of Yale and a coauthor of the paper in Tetrahedron
But colour yellow scored poorly for all shapes with one exception: the tetrahedron
Note that for every boundary triangle f [member of] F, there exists exactly one tetrahedron
This flower is self-dual, like the tetrahedron
it is similar to, and so a dual ASTER, interchanging nodes with 4-cycles and lines with 3-cycles could be superimposed on the graph.
The ribs of our tetrahedron
indicate various probabilities.
4-O-Benzyl-2,3-O-isopropylidene-L-threose: A Useful Building Block for Stereoselective Synthesis of Monosaccharides, Tetrahedron
To have a fire, the necessary legs of the fire tetrahedron
must all be present: heat, oxygen and fuel.
The cube, tetrahedron
, and dodecahedron are attributed to Pythagoreans while the octahedron and the icosahedron are attributed to the mathematician Theaetetus.