Crystallography Tutorials B 1200-1KRYBC6
Classes are focused on solution of practical problems related to subsequent Crystallography B lectures, in particular: stereographic and cyclographic projections, point group symmetry, translational symmetry, space groups, crystal systems, interpretation of space groups in the International Tables for Crystallography, Miller indices, Bravais networks, close and the closest packing of spheres, antisymmetry, reciprocal lattice, symmetry of reciprocal lattices, etc
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1. J. D. Dunitz, X-ray Analysis and the Structure of Organic Molecules, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 1979.
2. C. Giacovazzo, H. Z. Monaco, D. Biterbo, F. Scordari, G. Gilli, G. Zanotti, M. Catti, Fundamentals of Crystallography, IUCR, Oxford University Press, 2000
3. J. P. Glusker, M. Lewis, M. Rossi, Crystal Structure Analysis for Chemists and Biologists, Wiley- VCH, New York, 1994.
INTERNATIONAL TABLES FOR CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, Fifth edition SPRINGER, 2005 ; Vol. A: Space-Group Symmetry, Ed. Th. Hahn; Vol. A1: Symmetry Relations between Space Groups, Eds. H. Wondratschek i U. Muller; Vol. B: Reciprocal Space, Ed. U. Shmueli; Vol. C: Mathematical, Physical and Chemical Tables, Ed. E. Prince; Vol. D: Physical Properties of Crystals, Editor A. Authier; Vol E: Subperiodic Groups, Eds V. Kopsky´ i D. B. Litvin; Vol F: Crystallography of Biological Macromolecules, Eds M. G. Rossmann i Eddy Arnold; Vol G: Definition and Exchange of Crystallographic Data, Eds S. R. Hall i B. McMahon.
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