Kristallographie has now appeared, after 32 years, in its seventh edition (Crystallography in its third). The book has changed greatly over these 32 years, and, I hope, for the better! I have always been very keen that it retain its character as a basic text, suitable for use at an early stage in a course of study. I also attach great importance to the exercises – now more than a hundred in number – which give many possibilities for deepening the study.
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2-fold axes angle asymmetric face unit atoms axial system bonding Bravais lattices coordination number corresponding crystal faces crystal form crystal structure crystal system crystallographic axes cube diffraction dislocation ditetragonal dipyramid edges equivalent points Exercise face symmetry Figure given gives glide planes group of highest hedron highest symmetry intersection inversion centre ionic ions lattice parameters lattice planes lattice point lattice translation limiting forms lines Miller indices monoclinic monoclinic P-lattice morphology NaCl number of faces octahedral holes orthorhombic packing efficiency pedion Pinacoid plane lattice point symmetry poles RA/Rx reciprocal lattice reflection result Rhombic rotation axis rotoinversion rotoinversion axes Schönflies symbols screw axes set of lattice shown in Fig shows solid solution space group space group symbol space lattice special form special position sphere stereogram stereographic projection symmetry directions symmetry elements symmetry operations Symmetry rule Table tetragonal prism tetragonal pyramid tetrahedral Triclinic Trigonal unit cell unit mesh vector