## Contemporary crystallography |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

The geometrical nature of order in crystals | 14 |

The diffraction of xrays by crystals | 45 |

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Additional reading amplitude angle arrangement of atoms Bragg Bragg's law centrosymmetrical crystals Chapter computed cone-axis coordinates corresponding crystal structure crystallographic derived determined diffraction symbol dimensions electron density equipoints example extinction Fhki Fhki's Fourier series Fourier synthesis Fourier transform Friedel symmetry geometrical glide plane Harker heavy atom integers intensity inversion isogonal lattice array lattice points lattice type Laue cone locations M. J. Buerger magnitude measured molecule motif motion Notes on history orientation origin parallel parameters pattern Patterson function peaks phase photographic film point groups precession precession photographs primitive cell produce radiation rational axis rays reciprocal lattice reciprocal-lattice point reflection hkl relation result rotating-crystal method rotation axis screw axes sequence shown in Fig Significant literature signs space group specific stack summation symmetry element Table thermal translation component vector W. H. Bragg wavelength Weissenberg method Weissenberg photographs x-ray beam X-ray crystallography x-ray diffraction zero level