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Crystallography and practical crystal measurement

A. E. H. Tutton

Crystallography and practical crystal measurement

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Written in English


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Originally published: London, Macmillan, 1922.

Statementby A. E. H. Tutton. Vol.1, Form and structure.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii,746,xivp.
Number of Pages746
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19917809M

Figure 1. I. I. Shafronovski’s History of Crystallography, XIXth Century, Volume 2. German texts dominated the 19 th century literature on the history of crystallography, especially those of Marx () and Kobell (). Marx’s Geschichte der Kristallkunde () was valued by Shafranovskii because of its numerous quotations from ancient by: 1.


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Contents. Basic crystallography Paolo Fornasini Department of Physics University of Trento, Italy. Overview •X-rays •Crystals •Crystal lattices •Some relevant crystal structures •Crystal planes •Reciprocal lattice •Crystalline and non-crystalline materials X-rays. - Discovery of X-raysFile Size: 6MB.Abstract The Table of Contents for the full book PDF is as follows: * Foreword * The International Centre for Diffraction Data and Its Future Developments * The Rietveld Method - A Historical Perspective * Real Structure in Quantitative Powder Diffraction Phase Analysis * Neutron Focusing Optics in Applied Crystallography * The Crystal Structures of Oxygen Deficient Rare .Protein crystallography for aspiring crystallographers or how to avoid pitfalls and traps in macromolecular structure determination describing protein crystallography have been published in the years subsequent to the appearance of the iconic book by lattices.

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