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The text offers a rigorous treatment of theory and describes experimental applications in many fields. These are covered in chapters on crystal structure and methods of its determination, symmetry, crystallographic computing, X-ray diffraction, protein crystallography, and crystal physics.

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This is a remarkable text. It is a tribute at once to the wider reach of crystallography over many branches of science and to the contemporary vigor and vitality of Italian crystallography and crystallographers The book contains a wealth of information, easily accessible through the use of boldface for key terms in the main text, and there is a high level of mathematical rigor in the treatment of the core topics.

This textbook will be a useful guide to modern crystallography not only for students of all disciplines that cover crystallography but also for experienced scientists who are not so familiar with all aspects of modern crystallography. As a general but comprehensive resource, it can also benefit workers from other fields who have occasional needs for specialized information or who just want to broaden their interests Overall I can recommend the book as a valuable addition to the general bookshelf.

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Fundamentals of Crystallography

About this title In recent years, crystallographic techniques have found application in a wide range of subjects, and these applications in turn have lead to exciting developments in the field of crystallography itself. This new textbook offers an introduction to these developments, and for the first time provides, in a single volume, a comprehensive and accessible overview of modern crystallography. The text offers a rigorous treatment of theory and describes experimental applications in many fields. These are covered in chapters on crystal structure and methods of its determination, symmetry, crystallographic computing, X-ray diffraction, protein crystallography, and crystal physics. About the Author: C.

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Fundamentals of crystallography

Reference lists updated to reflect recent advances in the field. Many sections completely rewritten, including those on powder crystallography, electron diffraction, phase determination procedures, using the dual space procedures, and H-bonding. New material introduced, including sections on charge-transfer or donor-acceptor interactions, electron density modification methods, and humidity control of macromolecular crystals. Its role is growing, owing to the contribution crystallography can offer to the understanding of such diverse fields as biological structures, high-temperature superconductors, mineral properties, and phase transitions. The book describes both the theoretical bases and applications of different areas interacting with crystallography.

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About this title Crystallography is an interdisciplinary science covering a wide area, from biology to earth sciences, mathematics and materials science. Its role is growing, owing to the contribution crystallography can offer to the understanding of such diverse fields as biological structures, high-temperature superconductors, mineral properties, and phase transitions. The book describes both the theoretical bases and applications of different areas interacting with crystallography. As with the first and second editions, it is organized as a collection of chapters written by recognized specialists, with all contributions being harmonized into a unified whole. The main text is devoted to the presentation of basics; the appendices deal with specialist aspects. In this third edition topics have been updated so as to document the present state of the art: emphasis is placed upon areas of current research.

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