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Mathematical Techniques in Crystallography and Materials Science


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Edward Prince
    Pages 20-39
  3. Edward Prince
    Pages 40-48
  4. Edward Prince
    Pages 49-57
  5. Edward Prince
    Pages 58-76
  6. Edward Prince
    Pages 77-94
  7. Edward Prince
    Pages 95-106
  8. Edward Prince
    Pages 107-123
  9. Edward Prince
    Pages 124-139
  10. Edward Prince
    Pages 140-156
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 157-223

About this book


Crystallographers have to apply many mathematical methods in their daily work. If ever they have a problem, this book will help to solve it. The newcomer starting work will learn how to apply these tools, the practicing crystallographer will find all the data and background material he wants to look up.
In the decade since the first edition was published, new things have happened that required revision beyond correction of errors. Two chapters have been added: a section on the projection matrix and another on fast Fourier Transform. The author collected the information during his professional career. The success of the first edition indicates that many other practicing crystallographers just need exactly that information.


Kristallographie Mathematical Methods Mathematische Methoden cristallography crystal crystallography formation mathematical method

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.National Institute of Standards and TechnologyGaithersburgUSA

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