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International tables for crystallography : volume A, space-group symmetry / edited by Theo Hahn

Contributor(s): Hahn, Theo [] | International Union of Crystallography.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Dordrecht [etc.] : Published for the International Union of Crystallography by Springer Publishers, 2005Edition: 5th ed.Description: XX, 911 p. : il.ISBN: 0-7923-6590-9.Subject(s): Cristalʺlografia -- Tablas
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

International Tables for Crystallography is the definitive resource and reference work for crystallography and structural science.

Each of the eight volumes in the series contains articles and tables of data relevant to crystallographic research and to applications of crystallographic methods in all sciences concerned with the structure and properties of materials. Emphasis is given to symmetry, diffraction methods and techniques of crystal-structure determination, and the physical and chemical properties of crystals. The data are accompanied by discussions of theory, practical explanations and examples, all of which are useful for teaching.

Volume A treats crystallographic symmetry in direct or physical space. It contains extensive tabulations and illustrations of the 17 plane groups, the 230 space groups and the 32 crystallographic point groups. Parts 1-5 of the volume present introductory material, including lists of symbols and terms, a guide to the use of the space-group tables, and the determination of space groups. Later parts discuss aspects of symmetry theory, such as crystal lattices and normalizers of space groups.

Thoroughly updated and improved, the latest edition of Volume A includes an additional chapter on further properties of lattices.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Preface to the Fifth, Revised Edition
  • Part 1 Symbols and Terms used in this Volume: Printed symbols for crystallographic items 1.1.1. Vectors, coefficients and coordinates
  • Directions and planes
  • Reciprocal space
  • Functions
  • Spaces
  • Motions and matrices
  • Groups - Printed symbols for conventional centring types
  • Printed symbols for the conventional centring types of one-, two- and three-dimensional cells
  • Notes on centred cells
  • Printed symbols for symmetry elements
  • Printed symbols for symmetry elements and for the corresponding symmetry operations in one, two and three
  • dimensions - Notes on symmetry elements and symmetry operations
  • Graphical symbols for symmetry elements in one, two and three dimensions -(1.4.1. Symmetry planes normal to the plane of projection (three dimensions) and symmetry lines in the plane of thefigure (two dimensions)
  • Symmetry planes parallel to the plane of projection
  • Symmetry planes inclined to the plane of projection (in cubic space groups of classes 4 ++-+3m and m3 ++-+m only)
  • Notes on graphical symbols of symmetry planes
  • Symmetry axes normal to the plane of projection and symmetry points in the plane of the figure
  • Symmetry axes parallel to the plane of projection
  • Symmetry axes inclined to the plane of projection (in cubic space groups only)
  • References -
  • Part 2 Guide To The Use Of The Space-Group Tables : Classification and coordinate systems of space groups
  • Introduction
  • Space-group classification
  • Conventional coordinate systems and cells
  • Contents and arrangement of the tables
  • General layout
  • Space groups with more than one description
  • Headline
  • International (Hermann+óG+¼"Mauguin) symbols for plane groups and space groups (cf
  • Chapter 12 2)
  • Patterson symmetry
  • Space-group diagrams
  • Origin
  • Asymmetric unit
  • Symmetry operations .. .. No. 2 P1 ++-+ -No. 4 P21 (unique axis b only) -No. 12 C2/m (unique axis b only) - P21/c (unique axes b and c) -No. 15 C2/c (unique axes b and c) -No. 18 P21212 -No. 35 Cmm2 -No. 43 Fdd2 -No. 53 Pmna No. 62 Pnma No. 64 Cmce (Cmca)
  • Inside front and back covers
  • Generators
  • Positions
  • Oriented site
  • symmetry symbols
  • Reflection conditions
  • Symmetry of special projections
  • Maximal subgroups and minimal supergroups
  • Monoclinic space groups
  • Crystallographic groups in one dimension
  • References-
  • Part 3 Determination of Space Group
  • 3.1 Space
  • group determination and diffraction symbols
  • Introduction
  • Laue class and cell
  • 3.1.3 Reflection conditions and diffraction symbol
  • Deduction of possible space groups
  • Diffraction symbols and possible space groups
  • Space-group determination by additional methods
  • References -
  • Part 5 Transformations in Crystallography:
  • Transformations of the coordinate system (unit-cell transformations)
  • Introduction
  • Matrix notation
  • General transformation
  • Transformations of symmetry operations (motions)
  • Transformations
  • Invariants
  • Example: low cristobalite and high cristobalite
  • References -
  • Part 6 The 17 Plane Groups (Two-Dimensional Space Groups) -
  • Part 7 Examples From The 230 Space Groups:No. 2 P1 ++-+ -No. 4 P21 (unique axis b only) -No. 12 C2/m (unique axis b only) -No. 14 P21/c (unique axes b and c)-No. 15 C2/c (unique axes b and c) 106-No. 18 P21212-No. 19 P21 21 21 -No. 35 Cmm2 -No. 43 Fdd2 No. 53 Pmna -No. 62 Pnma -No. 64 Cmce (Cmca)
  • Inside front and back covers

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