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1. Chemical crystallography [2010]
 New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2010.
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 Book — 1 online resource (ix, 166 pages) : illustrations.
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 Preface Dipicolinic Acid, its Analogues & Derivatives: Aspects of their Coordination Chemistry Crystal Structures of Some Antimalarial Metal Complexes Synthesis & Structural Characterization of ThiopheneFunctionalized Metal Dithiolenes Crystal Chemistry of an Atropisomer: Conformation, Chirality, Aromaticity & Intermolecular Interactions of Diphenylguanidine Construction & Structure of MetalOrganic Frameworks with Specific IonExchange Property Substituent Effect on the Structures of Zinc 1,4benzenedicarboxylate Coordination Polymers Synthesized in Dimethyl Sulfoxide Index.
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 Shmueli, U. (Uri)
 Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 269 pages) : illustrations.
 Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, ©2009.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 175 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color) Digital: data file.
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 1 Front Matter
 2 Summary
 3
 1 Introduction
 4
 2 Science and Technology of Crystalline Systems
 5
 3 The Status of Activities in the Discovery and Growth of Crystalline Materials
 6
 4 Conclusions and Recommendations
 7 Appendixes
 8 Appendix A: Charge to the Committee
 9 Appendix B: Biographies of Committee Members
 10 Appendix C: Meeting Agendas
 11 Appendix D: Synthesis Techniques
 12 Appendix E: Classes of Materials
 13 Appendix F: Working Draft of Policies and Procedures for a Crystalline Materials Network
 14 Appendix G: Educational Role of Centers of Expertise for Discovery and Growth of Crystalline Materials.
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4. The third dimension [2002]
 Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2002.
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 Book — 1 online resource (240 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color).
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 Part 1 Crystals: Introduction Structures of Metals The Internal Structure of a Crystal Ionic Solids Ionic Radii Extended Covalent Structures Molecular Crystals Defects in Crystals
 Part 2 Molecular Shape: The Tetrahedral Carbon Atom Molecular Conformation The Representation of Molecules Constitutional (Structural) Isomerism Stereoisomers of Molecules containing Double Bonds Chirality Molecules with more than one Chiral Atom Stereochemistry of Saturated Ring Compounds Case Study: Liquid Crystals  The Fourth State of Matter.
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 Berlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, [2016]
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 The power of databases: the RRUFF project / Barbara Lafuente, R.T. Downs, H. Yang, and N. Stone
 Structural complexity of minerals and mineral parageneses: information and its evolution in the mineral world / Sergey V. Krivovichev
 Ab initio simulations of mineral surfaces: recent advances in numerical methods and selected applications / Sergey V. Churakov
 Natural quasicrystals: a new frontier in mineralogy and its impact on our understanding of matter and the origin of the solar system / Luca Bindi and Paul J. Steinhardt
 Ringwoodite: its importance in earth sciences / Fabrizio Nestola
 Investigation of biorelated minerals by electrondiffraction tomography: vaterite, dental hydroxyapatite, and crystalline nanorods in sponge primmorphs
 Mayenite Ca₁₂Al₁₄O₃₂[X²⁻]: from minerals to the first stable electride crystals / Frank Gfeller.
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 Hsiang, Wu Yi, 1937
 Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, 2001.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxi, 402 pages) : illustrations.
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 The basics of Euclidean and spherical geometries and a new proof of the problem of
 13 spheres circle packings and sphere packings geometry of local cells and specific volume estimation techniques for local cells estimates of total buckling height the proof of the dodecahedron conjecture geometry of type I configurations and local extensions the proof of main theorem I retrospects and prospects.
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 Newnham, Robert E. (Robert Everest), 19292009.
 Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2005.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 378 pages) : illustrations
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 1. Introduction
 2. Transformations
 3. Symmetry
 4. Transformation operators for symmetry elements
 5. Tensors and physical properties
 6. Thermodynamic relationships
 7. Specific heat and entropy
 8. Pyroelectricity
 9. Dielectric constant
 10. Stress and strain
 11. Thermal expansion
 12. Piezoelectricity
 13. Elasticity
 14. Magnetic phenomena
 15. Nonlinear phenomena
 16. Ferroic crystals
 17. Electrical resistivity
 18. Thermal conductivity
 19. Diffusion and ionic conductivity
 20. Galvanomagnetic and thermomagnetic phenomena
 21. Thermoelectricity
 22. Piezoresistance
 23. Acoustic waves I
 24. Acoustic waves II
 25. Crystal optics
 26. Dispersion and absorption
 27. Photoelasticity and acoustooptics
 28. Electrooptic phenomena
 29. Nonlinear optics
 30. Optical activity and enantiomorphism
 31. Magnetooptics
 32. Chemical anisotropy.
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8. Powder diffraction : theory and practice [2008]
 Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, ©2008.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxi, 582 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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 Chapter 1: Principles of Powder Diffraction
 Chapter 2: Experimental Setups
 Chapter 3: The Intensity of a Bragg Reflection
 Chapter 4: General Data Reduction
 Chapter 5: The Profile of a Bragg Reflection for Extracting Intensities
 Chapter 6: Instrumental Contributions to the Line Profile in Xray Powder Diffraction. Example of the Diffractometer with BraggBrentano Geometry
 Chapter 7: Indexing and Space Group Determination
 Chapter 8: Crystal Structure Determination
 Chapter 9: Rietveld Refinement
 Chapter 10: The Derivative Difference Minimization Method
 Chapter 11: Quantitative Phase Analysis
 Chapter 12: Microstructural Properties: Texture and Macrostress Effects
 Chapter 13: Microstructural Properties: Lattice Defects and Domain Size Effects
 Chapter 14: Twodimensional Powder Diffraction using Area Detectors: The Experimental Setup
 Chapter 15: Powder Diffraction at Nonambient Conditions
 Chapter 16: Local Structure from Total Scattering and Atomic Pair Distribution Function (PDF) Analysis
 Chapter 17: Computer Software for Powder Diffraction.
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 Kim, Shoon Kyung, 1920
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 492 pages) : illustrations Digital: data file.
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 1. Linear transformations
 2. Theory of matrix transformations
 3. Elements of abstract group theory
 4. Unitary and orthogonal groups
 5. Point groups of finite order
 6. Theory of group representations
 7. Construction of symmetryadapted linear combinations based on the correspondence theorem
 8. Subduced and Induced representations
 9. Elements of continuous groups
 10. Representations of the rotation group
 11. Single and doublevalued representations of point groups
 12. Projective representations
 13. 230 space groups
 14. Representations of the space groups
 15. Applications of unirreps of space groups to energy bands and vibrational modes of crystals.
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 New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2011.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 305 pages) : illustrations.
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 Preface Fabrication & Applications of Polymer Photonic Crystals Achieving Complete Band Gaps Using Low Refractive Index Material Photonic Crystals for Microwave Applications Physics of Photonic Crystal Couplers & their Applications A Photonic Band Gap in QuasicrystalRelated Structures Spectrum Engineering with OneDimension Photonic Crystal Mathematical Representation of the Group Index in a Photonic Crystal Transmission through Kerr Media Barriers within Waveguides: Device Applications Nonlinear Photonic Crystals of Strontium Tetraborate Optical Properties of SelfAssembled Colloidal Photonic Crystals Doped with CitrateCapped Gold Nanoparticles Index.
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 New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2012.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 205 pages) : illustrations (some color).
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 Preface Biophysical Mechanisms Underlying the Critical Period of Visual Cortical Plasticity: A Modeling Study Electrophysiological Assessment of the Human Visual System Plasticity of Visual Cortical Circuitries in Adulthood The Visual Cortex in Alzheimer's Disease: Laminar Distribution of the Pathological Changes in Visual Areas V1 & V2 A Visual Computational Model & its Neural Computation Based on Inner Product in the Primary Visual Cortex Bioluminescence Imaging of Arc Expression Detects ActivityDependent & Plastic Changes in the Visual Cortex of Adult Mice.
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 Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier / Academic Press, ©2007.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiii, 343 pages) : illustrations
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 1 Introduction
 2 Basic Thermodynamics
 3 Monte Carlo Potts Model
 4 Cellular Automata
 5 Solidstate diffusion
 6 Modelling precipitation
 7 Phasefield Modelling
 8 Discrete Dislocations
 9 FEM.
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 Rohrer, Gregory S.
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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 Book — 1 online resource (x, 540 pages) : illustrations Digital: data file.
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 B. Periodic trends in atomic properties 2
 C. Bonding generalizations based on periodic trends in the electronegativity 4
 D. Generalizations about crystal structures based on periodicity 12
 E. Limitations of simple models 21
 2. Basic Structural Concepts 29
 B. Bravais lattice 29
 C. Unit cell 41
 D. Crystal structure. A Bravais lattice plus a basis 44
 E. Specifying locations, planes and directions in a crystal 46
 F. Reciprocal lattice 50
 G. Quantitative calculations involving the geometry of the lattice 56
 H. Visual representations of crystal structures 59
 I. Polycrystallography 69
 3. Symmetry in Crystal Structures 88
 B. Symmetry operators 88
 C. 32 distinct crystallographic point groups 92
 D. 230 space groups 105
 E. Interpretation of conventional crystal structure data 121
 4. Crystal Structures 135
 B. Close packed arrangements 135
 C. Interstitial sites 140
 D. Naming crystal structures 143
 E. Classifying crystal structures 145
 F. Important prototype structures 147
 G. Interstitial compounds 177
 H. Laves phases 179
 I. Superlattice structures and complex stacking sequences 182
 J. Extensions of the close packing description to more complex structures 188
 K. Van der Waals solids 190
 L. Noncrystalline solid structures 191
 5. Diffraction 205
 B. Bragg's formulation of the diffraction condition 205
 C. Scattering of Xrays from a periodic electron density 206
 D. Relationship between diffracted peak intensities and atomic positions 218
 E. Factors affecting the intensity of diffracted peaks 232
 F. Selected diffraction techniques and their uses 242
 6. Secondary Bonding 263
 B. A physical model for the van der Waals bond 267
 C. Dipolar and hydrogen bonding 278
 D. Use of pair potentials in empirical models 280
 7. Ionic Bonding 286
 B. A physical model for the ionic bond 289
 C. Other factors that influence cohesion in ionic systems 302
 D. Predicting the structures of ionic compounds 308
 E. Electronegativity scales 313
 F. Correlation of physical models with the phenomenological trends 317
 G. Pair potential calculations of defect properties in ionic compounds 318
 8. Metallic Bonding 326
 B. A physical model for the metallic bond: free electron theory 328
 C. Failures of the free electron theory 348
 D. Electrons in a periodic lattice 348
 E. Correlation of the physical models with the phenomenological trends 357
 F. Empirical potentials for calculating the properties of defects in metals 357
 9. Covalent Bonding 363
 B. A physical model for the covalent bond in a molecule 367
 C. A physical model for the covalent bond in a homopolar crystal 376
 D. A physical model for the covalent bond in a polar crystal 385
 E. Bands deriving from delectrons 401
 F. Distinction between metals and nonmetals 406
 G. Distinction between covalent and ionic solids 407
 H. Cohesive energy of a covalently bonded solid 410
 I. Overview of the LCAO model and correlation with phenomenological trends 412
 J. Bandgap 414
 10. Models for Predicting Phase Stability and Structure 424
 B. Models for predicting phase stability 425
 C. Factors that determine structure in polarcovalent crystals 440
 D. Structure stability diagrams 461
 Appendix 1A Crystal and univalent radii 477
 Appendix 2A Computing distances using the metric tensor 480
 Appendix 2B Computing unit cell volumes 482
 Appendix 2C Computing interplanar spacings 483
 Appendix 3A 230 space groups 485
 Appendix 3B Selected crystal structure data 488
 Appendix 5A Introduction to Fourier series 512
 Appendix 5B Coefficients for atomic scattering factors 515
 Appendix 7A Evaluation of the MadelungS constant 518
 Appendix 7B Ionic radii for halides and chalcogenides 521
 Appendix 7C Pauling electronegativities 526
 Appendix 9A Cohesive energies and band gap data 527
 Appendix 9B Atomic orbitals and the electronic structure of the atom 529.
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