## International Tables for X-ray Crystallography: Mathematical tablespublished for the International Union of Crystallography by The Kynoch Press, 1967 - Science |

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### Contents

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1 10 1 A Example of the NewtonRaphson Method | 23 |

2 1 6B Series for Linear Interpolation for Cosine | 39 |

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accuracy Acta Cryst angle application approximate atoms axes Bragg angle Buerger calculated camera centre Change sign chart co-ordinates coefficients column components constant convolution corresponding cos2 cosines crystal crystallographic Decimal points omitted defined density determinant diffraction direction distance distribution dyadic elements equation example expressed formulae Fourier series Fourier transform fractional function goniometer hexagonal incident beam indices integral Interplanar inverse Laue linear Lipson Lorentz factor matrix measurements method multiplication normal normally distributed notation obtained operations orthogonal parallel parameters perpendicular photograph plane points omitted throughout positive Precession Quadratic Form quantity radians radius random variable reciprocal lattice reciprocal-lattice reduced reflection rhombohedral roots rotation axis scalar scale Section Sign as given sin2 solution space group specimen spherical square structure factors summation symmetry systematic errors Table Tetragonal tion triclinic twin unit cell values variance vector Weissenberg X-ray zero