By Ervin Hartmann; International Union of Crystallography
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Caticha-Ellis S. HovmSller G. Rigault SECOND SERIES PAMPHLETS (1 984) 11. The StereographicProjection. E. J. W. Whittaker 12. Projections of Cubic Crystals. 13. Symmetry. Ian O. Angell and Moreton Moore L. S. Dent Glasser 14. Space Group Patterns. W. M. Meier 15. Elementary X-Ray Diffraction for Biologists. 16. The Study of Metals and Alloys by X-ray Powder Diffraction Methods. 17. 18. 19. An Introduction to Direct Methods. The Most Important Phase Relationships and their Application in Solving the Phase Problem.
Meier 15. Elementary X-Ray Diffraction for Biologists. 16. The Study of Metals and Alloys by X-ray Powder Diffraction Methods. 17. 18. 19. An Introduction to Direct Methods. The Most Important Phase Relationships and their Application in Solving the Phase Problem. An Introduction to Crystal Physics. Introduction to Neutron Powder Diffractometry. Jenny P. Glusker H. Lipson H. Schenk Ervin Hartmann E. Arzi This selection of booklets represents a sample of teaching approaches at various levels (undergraduate and postgraduate) and in various styles.
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