Square tiling antiprism
|Square tiling antiprism|
|Cells||2 square tilings |
|Vertex figure||Square antipodium|
|Abstract & topological properties|
The square tiling antiprism is a scaliform slab honeycomb of the Euclidean plane. It consists of 2 square tilings, ∞ square pyramids, and ∞ tetrahedra. Each vertex joins 1 square tiling, 5 square pyramids, and 4 tetrahedra. It is an antiprism based on the square tiling. It can also be formed by alternation of the square tiling prism.
It appears as a segment of the tetrahedral-octahedral honeycomb.
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- Wikipedia Contributors. "Convex uniform honeycomb#Scaliform honeycomb".