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The point groups
Contents Chapter 7 Application of pointgroup symmetries to crystals
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angle appearance arrangement atoms axes axis called cell Chapter characteristic column combinations component consistent contains convenient coordinate system coordinates corresponding crystal crystal systems crystallography derived described designated diagram dipyramid direction discussed displaced distinct duplicate edges enantiomorphic equipoint equivalent Example of form faces form development four geometry given glide plane hexagonal homogeneous indices inversion center involving kind lations lattice points listed mirror monoclinic motif motif units Multiplicity namely normal object occur operations orientation origin parallel pattern pinacoid placed plane lattices point group position by symmetry possible present prism pyramid reflection Repetition represented requires respect result rotation screw screw axes seen sequence shape shown in Fig shows sort space groups space lattices Special positions specific symbols symmetry elements Table tetragonal transformations translations trigonal trisoctahedron types various т т т