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Normal tetrahedral structures with elements
More complicated normal tetrahedral structures
Defect tetrahedral structures
The problems with the concept of filled tetrahedral
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Page 164 - The numerical symbol of close packing of spheres and its application in the theory of close packings.
Page 162 - X-ray diffraction patterns from crystalline substances at very high hydrostatic pressures,
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