Streams of Cylindrical Water

Morgan, Frank
June 2004
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer2004, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p70
Academic Journal
Discusses the round sphere and a cubical salt crystal as examples of Wuff shapes. Claim of A. D. Alexandrov in his theorem regarding the unit sphere; Presence of cylindrical analogs of the unduloid; Reduction of the proof to a question about curves in the plane.


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