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February 27th, 2005
Nuts, knots and vertex spirals - three aspects of fullerenes
The Department of Mathematics and the Department of Chemistry, in collaboration with the Malta Chamber of Scientists will be hosting a lecture entitled "Nuts, Knots and Vertex Spirals - three Aspects of Fullerenes" delivered by Professor Patrick W. Fowler, Professor of Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Exeter, UK. This lecture should be of particular interest to chemists and mathematicians, as it will discuss how mathematics (in particularly spectral graph theory) can be applied to chemistry.
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