Additions and corrections

A variety of combinatorially linkable units as disposition: from a giant icosahedral Keplerate to multi-functional metal–oxide based network structures

Achim Müller, Paul Kögerler and Christoph Kuhlmann

Chem. Commun., 1999, 1347.

Please note that on page 1347, 6th to 9th lines from the bottom of the right-hand column, the phrase “where central Mo positions of the {(Mo)Mo5} pentagons define the 12 corners, and the {MoV2O4}2+ groups the 30 edges of an icosahedron (in agreement with Euler's well known formula)” should read “where central Mo positions of the 12 {(Mo)Mo5} pentagons define the 12 corners of the icosahedron and the 30 {MoV2O4}2+ groups the 60 corners of a truncated icosahedron”.

The Royal Society of Chemistry apologises for these errors and any consequent inconvenience to authors and readers.

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