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We discuss first the symmetry elements associated with the three-dimensional

crystal point groups: Rotation

°.

We discuss first the symmetry elements associated with the three-dimensional

crystal point groups: Rotation

**axes**. One-, two-, three-, four-, and six-fold rotation**axes**are permissible, corresponding to rotations by 360°, 180°, 120°, 90°, and 60°.

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Rotation

normal to it: X/m or — m Rotation

Rotation

with diad ...

Rotation

**axis**: X Rotation-inversion**axis**: X X Rotation**axis**with mirror planenormal to it: X/m or — m Rotation

**axis**with diad**axis**(**axes**) normal to it: X2Rotation

**axis**with mirror plane (planes) parallel to it: Xm Rotation-inversion**axis**with diad ...

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The

magnetization. Such

that a considerably larger amount of energy may be required to saturate a

specimen along an ...

The

**axes**thus favored are known as preferred**axes**, or**axes**of easymagnetization. Such

**axes**are well established experimentally, and it is knownthat a considerably larger amount of energy may be required to saturate a

specimen along an ...

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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