## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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It is easy to verify that the

as the elements of the group, and thus form a 48-dimensional representation of

the group. Now a square

...

It is easy to verify that the

**matrices**so defined have the same multiplication Tableas the elements of the group, and thus form a 48-dimensional representation of

the group. Now a square

**matrix**A is said to be the direct sum of smaller**matrices**...

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or in

which the first three diagonal elements are m„ the following three m2, etc. Uc is

the column

or in

**matrix**notation (3) co2mdUc= MU , where md is the diagonal**matrix**forwhich the first three diagonal elements are m„ the following three m2, etc. Uc is

the column

**matrix**whose elements are 17,(1), Z7,(1), 17,(1), Ux(2), etc. The**matrix**M is ...Page 66

As has already been pointed out, when q is in a symmetry direction such as q = (

qx, 0, 0) parallel to [100], and the y and z axes are perpendicular to mirror planes,

all xy, xz and yz elements of

As has already been pointed out, when q is in a symmetry direction such as q = (

qx, 0, 0) parallel to [100], and the y and z axes are perpendicular to mirror planes,

all xy, xz and yz elements of

**matrices**such as R and C are zero. The x, y and z ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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