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

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

Rotation axis with mirror

with diad ...

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

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

Rotation axis with mirror

**plane**(**planes**) parallel to it: Xm Rotation-inversion axiswith diad ...

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Table 1.7. Symbols of Symmetry

a crystal. None. (Note. If the

the symbol.) a/2 along [100] or 6/2 along [010]; or along (100). c/2 along z-axis; ...

Table 1.7. Symbols of Symmetry

**Planes**Fig. 1.19. Fig. 1.20. Fig. 1.19. Structure ofa crystal. None. (Note. If the

**plane**is at 2 = -j this is shown by printing -J- besidethe symbol.) a/2 along [100] or 6/2 along [010]; or along (100). c/2 along z-axis; ...

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We recall that a, f), y are the direction cosines of S, the normal to the reflecting

diffraction direction the direction cosines are proportional to h/a, k/b, l/c,

respectively.

We recall that a, f), y are the direction cosines of S, the normal to the reflecting

**plane**, referred to the basis vectors a, b, c. The Laue equations state that in adiffraction direction the direction cosines are proportional to h/a, k/b, l/c,

respectively.

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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