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Rotation Matrices and Translation Vectors in Crystallography. Metric Tensor and Symmetry operations in Crystallography. C . A . Taylor M. Wallwork A. tthier P. Krishna and D. Pandey D. Weigel L. Hohne and L. Kutchabsky S. Caticha-Ellis S. HovmSller G. Rigault SECOND SERIES PAMPHLETS (1 984) 11. The StereographicProjection. E. J. W. Whittaker 12. Projections of Cubic Crystals. 13. Symmetry. Ian O. Angell and Moreton Moore L. S. Dent Glasser 14. Space Group Patterns. W. M. Meier 15. Elementary X-Ray Diffraction for Biologists.
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And Tagieva, N. , Problems in Crystal Physics with solutions, Moscow, Mir Publishers 0983). Many further references are found in each of the cited books. 26 Ioternational Union of Crystallography Commission on Crystallographic Teaching FIRST SERIES PAMPHLETS (1981) 1. A non-mathematical introduction to X-ray diffraction. 2 . A n introduction to the scope, potential and applications of X-ray analysis. 3. Introduction to the Calculation of Structure Factors. 4. 5. The Reciprocal Lattice. Close-packed structures.