[seqfan] Re: Question regarding some sequences
njasloane at gmail.com
Mon Dec 26 17:18:33 CET 2016
A036672 is taken from a well-known quite recent book from a major
publisher. It has a number of important articles on the connections
between chemistry and graph theory, and is probably in every university
I certainly have a copy myself, and I could scan the article at some point.
But it is quite a long article:
R. C. Read, The Enumeration of Acyclic Chemical Compounds, pp. 25-61 of A.
T. Balaban, ed., Chemical Applications of Graph Theory, Ac. Press, 1976;
see p. 60.
That is Chapter 4 of the book. Chapter 5, another long chapter, also has
many sequences (including A001998).
A. T. Balaban, Enumeration of Cyclic Graphs, pp. 63-105 of A. T. Balaban,
ed., Chemical Applications of Graph Theory, Ac. Press, 1976; see p. 75.
If someone is in a rush to see these articles, maybe they could borrow the
book from a library and scan them in! Or maybe it is available on-line by
now. Natan, did you check?
Neil J. A. Sloane, President, OEIS Foundation.
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On Mon, Dec 26, 2016 at 5:57 AM, Frank Adams-Watters <franktaw at netscape.net>
> Sorry, I can't help with your question.
> Please try to make subject lines meaningful in their context. A large
> fraction of the notes on this mailing list are questions regarding one or
> more sequences. Something like "Question regarding molecular sequences"
> would have been fine.
> Franklin T. Adams-Watters
> P.S. Someone should really look at the reference in A036672 and update the
> sequence. The sequence is marked as easy, but there's no formula, no
> program, and only a few terms.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Natan Consigli <origami.experience at gmail.com>
> To: seqfan <seqfan at list.seqfan.eu>
> Sent: Mon, Dec 26, 2016 3:08 am
> Subject: [seqfan] Question regarding some sequences
> 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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