By Alexandru T. Balaban

ISBN-10: 0120760509

ISBN-13: 9780120760503

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S2m)9 . . , Z(H\ Sn , S2n, S^n • • • 5m«)) 9 9 (3*6) It will be seen that the group of permutations of the elements R 1? 5) is obtained in just this way, taking G and H to be S 2. Hence it is the wreath product S 2 [S2 ]. 6) instead. This is akin to using a steam-hammer to crack a nut, but it will serve to demonstrate the mechanism of the hammer. In Z(G) = 1/i(sl + s 2) we have to replace each occurrence of s x by Z{H) = Vi(s\ + s2)9and each occurrence of s2 by Vi (s2 + s4). We then have Z(S2 [s2 ]) = M s ] +s2) V + = Vs{^i + [Hs + 2s\+3 We can now resume the enumeration that we interrupted in order to define the wreath product.

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Now consider all permutations of the mn elements of M that can be obtained in the following way: (a) For each row of M choose a permutation belonging to H , and permute 34 4. ENUMERATION OF ACYCLIC CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS the elements of that row by that permutation. The permutations for the various rows are chosen independently; they need not be all the same, nor need they all be different. (b) Having permuted each row according to the permuatation chosen for it now permute the rows among themselves by a permutation belonging to G.

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