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" MILLER'S account of these forms is this: " The ' Holohedral Forms' of any system are those which possess the highest degree of symmetry of which the system admits. ' Hemihedral Forms ' are those which may be derived from a Holohedral Form, by supposing... "
A System of Crystallography,: With Its Application to Mineralogy - Page 93
by John Joseph Griffin - 1841 - 489 pages
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A Treatise on Crystallography

William Hallowes Miller - Crystallography - 1839 - 139 pages
...symbol {hkl} will be used to express the form bounded by the face (hk I) and its coexistent faces. The " holohedral forms " of any system are those which...of the latter omitted according to a certain law. The figure bounded by the faces of any number of forms, is called a " combination" of those forms....
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A System of Crystallography: With Its Application to Mineralogy

John Joseph Griffin - Crystallography - 1841 - 469 pages
...Tetartohedral or Quarter Forms; while the original forms are called Homohedral Forms." Elemmte der Krystallographie, p. 5. 255. Professor MILLER'S...certain law." Treatise on Crystallography, page 21. 256. Both of these sets of definitions leave the matter entirely open for subsequent explanation,...
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A system of crystallography, with its application to mineralogy

John Joseph Griffin - Science - 1841 - 469 pages
...forms are called Homohedral Forms." Elemente der Krystallographie, p. 5. 255. Professor MILIEU'S account of these forms is this: " The ' Holohedral...certain law." Treatise on Crystallography, page 21. In the present case, however, I propose to treat this subject with some detail under the general...
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An Elementary Introduction to Mineralogy

William Phillips - Mineralogy - 1852 - 700 pages
...crystallization, are required to coexist with it. A form will be denoted by the symbol of any one of its faces. The 'holohedral forms- of any system are those which...of the latter omitted according to a certain law. The figure bounded by the faces of any number of forms is called a 'combination- of those forms. 31....
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Elements of chemistry pt. 1 1855, Part 1

William Allen Miller - 1855
...OF CRYSTALS. FIG. 45Homo/1edral, or Holohedral forms, arc those which, like the cube and octahedron, possess the highest degree of symmetry of which the system admits. Hemihedral forms, on the other hand, are those which may be derived from a holohedral form, as the tetrahedron is from...
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Elements of Chemistry: Chemical physics

William Allen Miller - Chemistry - 1855
...CLASSIFICATION OF CRYSTALS. FIG. Homohedral, or Holohedral forms, are those which, like the cube and octahedron, possess the highest degree of symmetry of which the system admits. Hemihedral forms, on the other hand, are those which may be derived from a holohedral form, as the tetrahedron is from...
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Elements of Chemistry

William James Rolfe - Chemistry - 1870 - 421 pages
...to the Dodecahedron. Homohedral, or Holohedral forms, are those which, like the cube and octohedron, possess the highest degree of symmetry of which the system admits. Hemihedral forms, on the other hand, are those which may be derived from a holohedral form, as the tetrahedron is from...
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