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Crystallographic

Crystallographic Crys`tal*lo*graph"ic (-l?-gr?f"?k), Crystallographical Crys`tal*lo*graph"ic*al (-?-kal), a. [Cf. F. crystallographique.] Pertaining to crystallography.

Crystallographic Crys`tal*lo*graph"ic (-l?-gr?f"?k), Crystallographical Crys`tal*lo*graph"ic*al (-?-kal), a. [Cf. F. crystallographique.] Pertaining to crystallography.

- crystal faces relative to each other and to theoretical reference axes (crystallographic axes), and establishing the symmetry of the crystal in question. The...

- Crystallographic axis may refer to a: rotational symmetry axis in a crystal crystallographic **** axis direct or reciprocal axis of a crystal's unit cell...

- Euclidean space. In crystallography, space groups are also called the crystallographic or Fedorov groups, and represent a description of the symmetry of the...

- In crystallography, a crystallographic point group is a set of symmetry operations, corresponding to one of the point groups in three dimensions, such...

- mn}|}}} The crystallographic directions are geometric lines linking nodes (atoms, ions or molecules) of a crystal. Likewise, the crystallographic planes are...

- perfectly with no gaps. There are 219 possible crystal symmetries, called crystallographic space groups. These are grouped into 7 crystal systems, such as cubic...

- Crystallographic defects are interruptions of regular patterns in crystalline solids. They are common because positions of atoms or molecules at repeating...

- In X-ray crystallography, crystallographic disorder describes the cocrystallization of more than one rotamer, conformer, or isomer where the center of...

- {a^{2}}{c^{2}}}\ell ^{2}}}}} Crystallographic directions are lines linking nodes (atoms, ions or molecules) of a crystal. Similarly, crystallographic planes are planes...

- Crystallographic Information File (CIF) is a standard text file format for representing crystallographic information, promulgated by the International...

- Crystallographic axis may refer to a: rotational symmetry axis in a crystal crystallographic **** axis direct or reciprocal axis of a crystal's unit cell...

- Euclidean space. In crystallography, space groups are also called the crystallographic or Fedorov groups, and represent a description of the symmetry of the...

- In crystallography, a crystallographic point group is a set of symmetry operations, corresponding to one of the point groups in three dimensions, such...

- mn}|}}} The crystallographic directions are geometric lines linking nodes (atoms, ions or molecules) of a crystal. Likewise, the crystallographic planes are...

- perfectly with no gaps. There are 219 possible crystal symmetries, called crystallographic space groups. These are grouped into 7 crystal systems, such as cubic...

- Crystallographic defects are interruptions of regular patterns in crystalline solids. They are common because positions of atoms or molecules at repeating...

- In X-ray crystallography, crystallographic disorder describes the cocrystallization of more than one rotamer, conformer, or isomer where the center of...

- {a^{2}}{c^{2}}}\ell ^{2}}}}} Crystallographic directions are lines linking nodes (atoms, ions or molecules) of a crystal. Similarly, crystallographic planes are planes...

- Crystallographic Information File (CIF) is a standard text file format for representing crystallographic information, promulgated by the International...

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