Polyhedron Category C8: Antiprismatics


This category consists of compounds of antiprisms based off of the square, pentagon, and pentagram. They form four pairs, where the first is the single version and the second is a doubled version. Gassic and sassid are chiral. Gadsid and gidasid are flexible. Gassic and gidsac have cubic symmetry and the other three have doic symmetry with 60 vertices for the singles and 120 for the doubles. All of these are orientable and their verfs are trapezoids or crossed trapezoids for the starp compounds.

C46. Gassic - (GAS sic) great snub cube. Faces are 6 squares and 24 snub triangles. It is a compound of 3 square antiprisms. It is the cubic version of siddid and has 24 vertices.

C47. Gidsac - (GID sac) great disnub cube. Faces are 12 squares (paired) and 48 snub triangles. It is a compound of 6 square antiprisms. It has 48 vertices.

C48. Gassid - (GAS sid) great snub dodecahedron. Faces are 12 pentagons and 60 snub triangles. It is a compound of 6 pentagon antiprisms.

C49. Gadsid - (GAD sid) great disnub dodecahedron. Faces are 24 pentagons (paired up) and 120 snub triangles. It is a compound of 12 pentagon antiprisms.

C50. Gissed - (GIST) great inverted snub dodecahedron. Faces are 12 stars and 60 snub triangles. It is a compound of 6 star retroprisms (starp).

C51. Gidasid - (GIDE a sid) gread inverted disnub dodecahedron. Faces are 24 stars (paired up) and 120 snub triangles. It is a compound of 12 starps.

C52. Sassid - (SAS sid) small snub dodecahedron. Faces are 12 stars and 60 snub triangles. It is a compound of 6 star antiprisms (stap).

C53. Sadsid - (SAD sid) small disnub dodecahedron. Faces are 24 stars (paired up) and 120 snub triangles. It is a compound of 12 staps.


No Uniform Conjugate: sassid and sadsid.

Self Conjugate: gassic and gidsac.

Conjugate Pairs: gassid-gissed and gadsid-gidasid.


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