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1. Introduction to crystallography [1992]
 Hammond, C. (Christopher), 1942
 Revised ed.  Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press ; Oxford [England] : Royal Microscopical Society, 1992.
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 Book — x, 132 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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2. Introduction to crystallography [1990]
 Hammond, C. (Christopher), 1942
 Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press ; Oxford [England] : Royal Microscopical Society, 1990.
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 Book — viii, 101 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Part 1 Crystals and crystal strucutres: the nature of the crystalline state constructing crystals from closepackes haekagonal layers of atoms unit cells of the hcp and ccp structures contructing crystals from square layers of atoms constructing bodycentred cubic crystals interstitial structures some simple inoic and covalent structures representing crystals in projection  srystal plans.
 Part 2 Twodimensiaonal patterns, lattices and symmetry: approaches to the study of crystal structures twodimensional patterns and lattices twodimensional symmetry elements the five plane lattice.
 Part 3 Bravals, lattices and crystal systems: the fourteen space (bravais) lattices the symmetry of the fourteen bravails lattices  crystal systems.
 Part 4 Crystal symmetry, point groups and srystal structures  the external symmetry of crystals: symmetry and srystal habit the
 32 crystal classes centres and inversion axes of symmetry crystal symmetry and properties translational symmetry elements space groups bravais lattices, motifs and crystal structures.
 Part 5 Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals  indices and zone axes symbols: indexing lattice directions  zone axis and the zone law, the addition rule indexing in the hexagonal and trigonal systems  webersymbols and millerbravais indices transforming miller indices and zone axis symbols.
 Part 6 The reciprocal lattice: reciprocal lattice vectors and unit cells some geometrical relationships reciprocal lattice cells for cubic crystals.
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QD905.2 .H36 1990  Unknown 
 Hammond, C. (Christopher), 1942
 3rd ed.  Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 1. Crystals and crystal structure
 2. Twodimensional patterns, lattices, and symmetry
 3. Bravais lattices and crystal systems
 4. Crystal symmetry, point groups, and crystal structures: the external symmetry of crystals
 5. Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals: Miller indices and zone axis symbols
 6. The reciprocal lattice
 7. The diffraction of light
 8. Xray diffraction: The contributions of M. von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg, and P.P. Ewald
 9. The diffraction of Xrays and electrons
 10. Xrays and electron diffraction of polycrystalline materials
 Appendix 1. Useful components for a crystallography modelbuilding kit and suppliers
 Appendix 2. Computer programs in crystallography
 Appendix 3. Biographical notes on crystallographers and scientists mentioned in the text
 Appendix 4. Some useful crystallographic relationships
 Appendix 5. A simple introduction to vectors and complex numbers and their uses in crystallography
 Appendxix
 6. Systematic absences (extinctions) in Xray diffraction and double diffraction in electron diffraction patterns
 Answers to exercises
 Further reading
 Index.
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 Hammond, C. (Christopher), 1942
 2nd ed.  New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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 Book — xiii, 331 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Preface
 1. Crystals and crystal structure
 2. Twodimensional patterns, lattices and symmetry
 3. Bravais lattices and crystal systems
 4. Crystal symmetry: point groups, space groups, symmetryrelated properties and quasiperiodic crystals
 5. Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals: Miller indices and zone axis symbols
 6. The reciprocal lattice
 7. The diffraction of light
 8. Xray diffraction: the contributions of Max von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg and P.P. Ewald
 9. The diffraction of xrays
 10. Xray diffraction of polycrystalline materials
 11. Electron diffraction and its applications
 12. The stereographic projection and its uses
 Appendix 1. Useful components for crystallography modelbuilding and suppliers
 Appendix 2. Computer programs in crystallography
 Appendix 3. Biographical notes on crystallographers and scientists mentioned in the text
 Appendix 4. Some useful crystallographic relationships
 Appendix 5. A simple introduction to vectors and complex numbers and their use in crystallography
 Appendix 6. Systematic absences (extinctions) in xray diffraction and double diffraction in electron diffraction patterns.
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QD905.2 .H355 2001  Unknown 
 Hammond, C. (Christopher), 1942
 Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1997.
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 Book — xi, 249 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Crystals and crystal structure twodimensional patterns, lattices, and symmetry bravais lattices and crystal systems crystal symmetry, point groups, and crystal structures: the external symmetry of crystals describing lattice planes and directions in crystals  miller indices and zone axis symbols the reciprocal lattice the diffraction of light Xray diffraction: the contributions of M. von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg, and P.P. Ewald the diffraction of Xrays and electrons Xrays and electron diffraction of polycrystalline materials
 appendix 1  useful components for a crystallography modelbuilding kit and suppliers
 appendix 2  computer programs in crystallography
 appendix 3  biographical notes on crystallographers and scientists mentioned in the text
 appendix 4  some useful crystallographic relationships
 appendix 5  a simple introduction to vectors and complex numbers and their uses in crystallography
 appendix 6  systematic absences (extinctions) in Xray diffraction and double diffraction in electron diffraction patterns answers to exercises further reading.
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 1. Crystals and crystal structure
 2. Twodimensional patterns, lattices, and symmetry
 3. Bravais lattices and crystal systems
 4. Crystal symmetry, point groups, and crystal structures: the external symmetry of crystals
 5. Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals: Miller indices and zone axis symbols
 6. The reciprocal lattice
 7. The diffraction of light
 8. Xray diffraction: The contributions of M. von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg, and P.P. Ewald
 9. The diffraction of Xrays and electrons
 10. Xrays and electron diffraction of polycrystalline materials
 Appendix 1. Useful components for a crystallography modelbuilding kit and suppliers
 Appendix 2. Computer programs in crystallography
 Appendix 3. Biographical notes on crystallographers and scientists mentioned in the text
 Appendix 4. Some useful crystallographic relationships
 Appendix 5. A simple introduction to vectors and complex numbers and their uses in crystallography Appendxix
 6. Systematic absences (extinctions) in Xray diffraction and double diffraction in electron diffraction patterns Answers to exercises Further reading Index.
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Crystallography and diffraction are widely used throughout many branches of science for studying structure. However, many students find these subjects abstruse and difficult. The aim of this book is to show, through relevant examples and without relying on complex mathematics, that the basic ideas behind crystallography and diffraction are simple and easily comprehensible. It is written by an experienced teacher with the needs of the student to the fore.
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QD905.2 .H355 1997  Unknown 
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QD905.2 .H355 1997  Unknown 
 Hammond, C. (Christopher), 1942 author.
 Fourth edition.  Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2015]
 Description
 Book — xiv, 519 pages, [2] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 1. Crystals and crystal structures
 2. Twodimensional patterns, lattices and symmetry
 3. Bravais lattices and crystal systems
 4. Crystal symmetry: point groups, space groups, symmetryrelated properties and quasiperiodic crystals
 5. Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals: Miller indices and zone axis symbols
 6. The recirocal lattice
 7. The diffraction of light
 8. Xray diffraction: the contribution of Max von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg and P.P Ewald
 9. The diffraction of Xrays
 10. Xray diffraction of polycrystalline materials
 11. Electron diffraction and its applications
 12. The stereographic projection and its uses
 13. Fourier analysis in diffraction and image formation
 14. The physical properties of crystals and their description by tensors.
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QD905.2 .H355 2015  Unknown 
 Hammond, C. (Christopher), 1942
 3rd ed.  Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
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 Book — xiii, 432 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 1. Crystals and crystal structure
 2. Twodimensional patterns, lattices, and symmetry
 3. Bravais lattices and crystal systems
 4. Crystal symmetry, point groups, and crystal structures: the external symmetry of crystals
 5. Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals: Miller indices and zone axis symbols
 6. The reciprocal lattice
 7. The diffraction of light
 8. Xray diffraction: The contributions of M. von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg, and P.P. Ewald
 9. The diffraction of Xrays and electrons
 10. Xrays and electron diffraction of polycrystalline materials
 Appendix 1. Useful components for a crystallography modelbuilding kit and suppliers
 Appendix 2. Computer programs in crystallography
 Appendix 3. Biographical notes on crystallographers and scientists mentioned in the text
 Appendix 4. Some useful crystallographic relationships
 Appendix 5. A simple introduction to vectors and complex numbers and their uses in crystallography
 Appendxix
 6. Systematic absences (extinctions) in Xray diffraction and double diffraction in electron diffraction patterns
 Answers to exercises
 Further reading
 Index.
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