Chemistry, Ames Laboratory
Journal or Book Title
Double-Friauf polyhedra (DFPs) which play important roles in quasicrystal (QC) models are the unique building blocks in the novel 1/0 AC, CaAu3+ΔGa1−Δ (Δ ≈ 0–0.13) [Pa3̅; a = 9.0875(3)–9.1107(5) Å]. The packing of DFPs generates interpenetrating networks of condensed three-dimensional Penrose tiles, the geometry of which is close to that assumed for QCs.
American Chemical Society
Lin, Qisheng and Corbett, John D., "Interpenetrating Networks of Three-dimensional Penrose Tiles in CaAu3Ga, the Structurally Simplest Cubic Approximant of an Icosahedral Quasicrystal" (2008). Chemistry Publications. 964.