By Donald E. Sands
Concise rationalization of the logical improvement of simple crystallographic innovations. broad dialogue of crystals and lattices, symmetry, crystal structures and geometry, x-ray diffraction, choice of atomic positions, and extra. Well-chosen collection of difficulties, with solutions. excellent for crystallography course or as supplement to actual chemistry classes. 114 illustrations. 1969 version.
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