## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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

Rotation axis with mirror

with ...

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: X2Rotation axis with mirror

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

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SYMBols of SYMMETRY

of Projection Graphical Symbol Parallel to

mirror) T / Nature of Glide Translation None. (NotE. If the

SYMBols of SYMMETRY

**PLANEs**Symbol wn Symmetry**Plane**Normal to**Plane**|of Projection Graphical Symbol Parallel to

**Plane**of Projection Reflection**plane**(mirror) T / Nature of Glide Translation None. (NotE. If the

**plane**is at z = } this is ...Page 55

first and third

there is an intervening

which is equal in scattering power to the other

midway ...

first and third

**planes**in Fig. 2.9 are out of phase by 2it. However, in the bec latticethere is an intervening

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

**planes**and which, situatedmidway ...

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