By I Prigogine
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Cubic Pa3 structure simulating the crystal structure of SnI, (Model 12). Fig. 27. Tetragonal P42/nmc structure simulating the crystal structure of B4CI4 (Model 12). 26 a Fig. 28. Tetragonal I b r n structure (Model 12). MODELS 13-17 FOR CUBELIKE AND OCTAHEDRONLIKE MOLECULES Models 13-17 shown in Figure 29 simulate the molecules of octa (silsesquioxane) (HSi)aOl SiH-O- SiH I SiH-0-SiH /0 ’ I \ SiH-0- O\ octa (methylsilsesquioxane) tungsten hexachloride uranium hexachloride uranium hexduoride hexabromcethane tetraarsenic hexaoxide (arsenolite) tetraaatimony hexaoxide (senarmontite) sulf~r-6 Si H The shape of the molecule of octa (silsesquioxane), as well as that of octa (methylsilsesquioxane), is like a cube; the eight SiH or SiCH, radicals are on the vertexes, forming eight poles of positive charge.
Fig. 19. Monoclinic P2,/c structure simulating the crystal structure of tetracyanoethylene (Model 8). Fig. 20. Orthorhombic Pbcu structure simulating the crystal structure of benzene (Model 9). MODELS 10-12 FOR OCTOPOLAR MOLECULES Models 10-12 shown in Figure 21 are for octopolar molecules: hexamethylenetetramine silicon tetrafluoride silicon tetraiodide tetraboron tetrachloride (CH&N4 SiF4 Si14, and so on B4CI4 An octopolar sphere simulating the hexamethylenetetramine molecule can be manufactured by combining together eight pieces of magnet, four pieces being magnetized outward and the others inward.
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