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On Molecular Topological Characterization of Triangular and Rhombus Shaped Kekulene Tessellations
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  • Arulperumjothi M,
  • Savari Prabhu,
  • Jia-bao Liu,
  • Lakshmi V,
  • Manimozhi V
Arulperumjothi M
Saveetha Engineering College (Autonomous)

Corresponding Author:marulperumjothi@gmail.com

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Savari Prabhu
Rajalakshmi Engineering College
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Jia-bao Liu
Anhui Xinhua University
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Lakshmi V
Rajalakshmi Engineering College
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Manimozhi V
Panimalar Engineering College
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Cycloarenes are a particular category of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons that have intrigued the experimental world for decades owing to the distinctiveness of their atomic and electrical configurations. They are suitable venues for investigating fundamental problems of aromaticity, particularly those involving the π-electron distribution in complex aromatic structures. Cycloarenes have recently attracted much attention due to their distribution as analogs for graphene pores. Kekulene is the member of this family that has been studied the most. For decades, its electrical structure has been a source of contention. It’s a doughnut-shaped chemical structure of circularly stacked benzene rings with interesting structural characteristics that lend themselves to experimental investigations like π-electron conjugation circuits. To predict their properties, topological characterization of such structures is required. This paper discusses two new series of big polycyclic compounds made by tessellating many kekulene doughnuts to make a hypothetical molecular belt with multiple cavities