Source: Tohoku Math. J. (2)
Volume 58, Number 1
This paper classifies all toric Fano $3$-folds with terminal singularities. This is achieved by solving the equivalent combinatorial problem; that of finding, up to the action of $GL(3,\Z)$, all convex polytopes in $\Z^3$ which contain the origin as the only non-vertex lattice point. We obtain, up to isomorphism, $233$ toric Fano $3$-folds possessing at worst $\Q$-factorial singularities (of which $18$ are known to be
smooth) and $401$ toric Fano $3$-folds with terminal singularities that are not $\Q$-factorial.
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