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The general parallelogram defined by primitive a , b forms a primitive cell , which

is a type of

now to state that the crystal translation operations applied to a

...

The general parallelogram defined by primitive a , b forms a primitive cell , which

is a type of

**unit**cell . We shall later discuss**unit**cells in detail , but it will sufficenow to state that the crystal translation operations applied to a

**unit**cell will cover...

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1.11 by a conventional

primitive , as sometimes a multiply primitive cell has a closer connection with the

symmetry elements than has a primitive cell . In the triclinic system the single ...

1.11 by a conventional

**unit**cell of each . The conventional cells are not alwaysprimitive , as sometimes a multiply primitive cell has a closer connection with the

symmetry elements than has a primitive cell . In the triclinic system the single ...

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The volume of the primitive cell is ( 12.3 ) V = a · b XCza ” ; we see that this is

correct because the

primitive translations a * , b * , c * of the reciprocal lattice are given , according to (

2.10 ) ...

The volume of the primitive cell is ( 12.3 ) V = a · b XCza ” ; we see that this is

correct because the

**unit**cube of volume a contains two lattice points . Theprimitive translations a * , b * , c * of the reciprocal lattice are given , according to (

2.10 ) ...

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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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