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Two Kent State Professors Help Break Record for Packing Tetrahedra


December 9, 2009

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Two Kent State University professors are part of a team of researchers who recently uncovered a way to pack tetrahedra, considered to be the simplest-shaped regular solid with its four triangular sides, more densely than ever before. Full Story

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