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Dinnebier S. Billinge First Published: Kern First Published: Synchrotron radiation and powder diffraction A. Fitch First Published: Neutron powder diffraction C. Howard E. Kisi First Published: Space-group determination and diffraction symbols. Introduction to the synoptic tables.
Symbols for plane groups two-dimensional space groups. Symbols for space groups.
Transformations of the coordinate system unit-cell transformations. Transformations of symmetry operations motions. The 17 plane groups two-dimensional space groups. The space groups.
Basic concepts. Classifications of space groups, point groups and lattices. Special topics on space groups.
Bases, lattices, Bravais lattices and other classifications. Reduced bases.
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Further properties of lattices. Crystallographic and noncrystallographic point groups.
Point-group symmetry and physical properties of crystals. Point coordinates, symmetry operations and their symbols.
Derivation of symbols and coordinate triplets. Point-group symbols. Space-group symbols. Properties of the international symbols.
Changes introduced in space-group symbols since Isomorphic subgroups. Derivative lattices. Introduction and definition.
Symbols and properties of lattice complexes. Applications of the lattice-complex concept. Introduction and definitions.
Euclidean and affine normalizers of plane groups and space groups.
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Examples of the use of normalizers. Normalizers of point groups. Back Matter Pages About this book Introduction Volume A treats crystallographic symmetry in direct or physical space.This volume is not intended exclusively for the specialist crystallographer.
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Changes introduced in space-group symbols since