Edward C. Kirby
Nico Van Cleemput
Here you will find all the azulenoids enumerated in the paper
G.Brinkmann, O.Delgado-Friedrichs, E. Kirby and N. Van Cleemput, A Catalogue of Periodic Fully-Resonant Azulene-Transitive Azulenoid Tilings Analogous to Clar Structures, Croat. Chem. Acta 82 (4), 2009, pp. 781-789 (link) or (direct link)
The azulenoids are available in two formats:
The file azulenoids.pg can be viewed using the program PGVisualizer. This program uses Java 5.0 and is available for Windows and UNIX (GNU Linux and Mac OS X).
There is also a short video available which demonstrates the basic functionality of PGVisualizer.
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