[seqfan] Re: Question regarding some sequences
njasloane at gmail.com
Mon Dec 26 20:40:13 CET 2016
I am scanning the Read article and will add it to the couple of dozen
sequences that it mentions
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On Mon, Dec 26, 2016 at 1:57 PM, Sean A. Irvine <sairvin at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a copy of the reference, but no way to scan.
> The definition of A036672 is the counting series for the stereo-isomers of
> all acyclic hydrocarbons. n is almost certainly the number of carbon atoms.
> The acyclic part should be added to the title. And A0036673 is the same
> thing, but with triple bonds excluded. The reference gives a complicated
> looking three-variable generating function and cycle-index over A4 which
> can produce both these sequences. There are dependencies on earlier
> generating functions as well (i.e. probably not a five minute job to extend
> these sequences via that formula or even to type the formula in). These
> sequences might be simple sums of some of the other counting series already
> present in the OEIS since the reference (as Neil mentions) contains a large
> number of sequences many of which are for counting various forms of
> alkanes, alkenes, etc.
> I will look into this further, but might be a few days.
> On 26 December 2016 at 16:25, Natan Consigli <origami.experience at gmail.com
> > Dear Seqfans,
> > I've come across A036672, A014236, I'm having a hard time
> > understanding which molecules are counted. Can someone explain me what
> > those sequences are exactly?
> > I think I could better understand it if someone could show me which
> > ones are counted in the case of 4 carbon atoms.
> > thanks in advance,
> > Natan Consigli
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