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Pourquoi les groupes de Symetrie en Cristallographie. 7. Solving the phase problem when heavy atoms are in special positions. Anomolous Dispersion of X-rays in Crystallography. 8. 9. 10. Rotation Matrices and Translation Vectors in Crystallography. Metric Tensor and Symmetry operations in Crystallography. C . A . Taylor M. Wallwork A. tthier P. Krishna and D. Pandey D. Weigel L. Hohne and L. Kutchabsky S. Caticha-Ellis S. HovmSller G. Rigault SECOND SERIES PAMPHLETS (1 984) 11. The StereographicProjection.

The crystal is reduced to the trivial point group 1 of the triclinic system (Fig. 3d). It follows from the foregoing that the originally optically uniaxial ADP crystal will under the influence of an electric field behave like an optically biaxial crystal. It should be noted that the Curie principle constitutes only a special case of the general principle of the superposition of the symmetry groups. A detailed discussion of this subject, however, would go beyond the scope of this paper, one can refer to the book of Shubnikov and Koptsik.

Krishna and D. Pandey D. Weigel L. Hohne and L. Kutchabsky S. Caticha-Ellis S. HovmSller G. Rigault SECOND SERIES PAMPHLETS (1 984) 11. The StereographicProjection. E. J. W. Whittaker 12. Projections of Cubic Crystals. 13. Symmetry. Ian O. Angell and Moreton Moore L. S. Dent Glasser 14. Space Group Patterns. W. M. Meier 15. Elementary X-Ray Diffraction for Biologists. 16. The Study of Metals and Alloys by X-ray Powder Diffraction Methods. 17. 18. 19. An Introduction to Direct Methods. The Most Important Phase Relationships and their Application in Solving the Phase Problem.

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