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Hoffmann, T. Aste, M. Saadatfar, K. Mecke, G. In the Pursuit of Perfect Packing, Tomaso Aste and Denis Weaire take uson a tour of this familiar, yet not quite so familiar, world, with a blend ofmathematical insight, historical incident, and just plain good fun. This is seriousmathematics, written in an engaging and amusing style, that ranks at a highlevel for expository science writing. The authors are both physicists, which onlyserves to underline the fact that good mathematics and good science are neverfar apart.
One of the authors D. Weaire, FRS has the distinction of being a maincontributor in defeating the year old Kelvin conjecture.
It was the blindPlateau who, with the help of his visually unchallenged friends, laid down thegeometric principles of soap bubbles. Doubt continuedhowever, since in real foams the ideal Kelvin cell is nowhere to be found! All this and many other marvelous tales, from honeycombs, lattices, sausages,. Who would enjoy the of Perfect Packing? I think just about everyone whois mathematically inclined.