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The resulting crystal structure will have the highest point - group symmetry

compatible with the lattice system , as tabulated . These crystal point System

Highest Symmetry Crystal Point Group Oblique Rectangular 2mm Square 4mm

The resulting crystal structure will have the highest point - group symmetry

compatible with the lattice system , as tabulated . These crystal point System

Highest Symmetry Crystal Point Group Oblique Rectangular 2mm Square 4mm

**Hexagonal**...Page 35

In the

axes aı , a2 , a3 , C , as shown in Fig . 1 . 15 . In this notation the caxis is the [

0001 ] direction . SIMPLE CRYSTAL STRUCTURES We discuss briefly a small

number ...

In the

**hexagonal**space lattice one often uses**hexagonal**indices with the fouraxes aı , a2 , a3 , C , as shown in Fig . 1 . 15 . In this notation the caxis is the [

0001 ] direction . SIMPLE CRYSTAL STRUCTURES We discuss briefly a small

number ...

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12 , 1 ( 1944 ) ] it is found that the volume of an arrangement of spheres packed

at random into a container exceeds that of the cubic and

packed arrangements by 15 to 20 percent . For further details on the packing of ...

12 , 1 ( 1944 ) ] it is found that the volume of an arrangement of spheres packed

at random into a container exceeds that of the cubic and

**hexagonal**close -packed arrangements by 15 to 20 percent . For further details on the packing of ...

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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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