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m Rotation axis : X Rotation - inversion axis : X X Rotation axis with mirror

normal to it : X / m or Rotation axis with diad axis ( axes ) normal to it : X2 Rotation

axis with mirror

m Rotation axis : X Rotation - inversion axis : X X Rotation axis with mirror

**plane**normal to it : X / m or Rotation axis with diad axis ( axes ) normal to it : X2 Rotation

axis with mirror

**plane**(**planes**) parallel to it : Xm Rotation - inversion axis with ...Page 31

7 . SYMBOLS OF SYMMETRY

1 . 19 . Fig . 1 . Symbol Symmetry

None .

7 . SYMBOLS OF SYMMETRY

**PLANES**Graphical Symbol Axial glide**plane**Fig .1 . 19 . Fig . 1 . Symbol Symmetry

**Plane**Nature of Glide Translation Normal to**Plane**of Projection Parallel to**Plane**of Projection Reflection**plane**( mirror )None .

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first and third

lattice there is an intervening

figure , which is equal in scattering power to the other

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first and third

**planes**in Fig . 2.9 are out of phase by 27. However , in the bcclattice there is an intervening

**plane**of atoms , labeled the second**plane**in thefigure , which is equal in scattering power to the other

**planes**and which , situated...

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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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