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## Chapter 1.4. Space groups and their descriptions

## Related articles

Related articles within *International Tables* are as follows:

**Volume A: Space-group symmetry
(second online edition, 2016) **

- Chapter 1.1. A general introduction to groups, by B. Souvignier
- Chapter 1.2. Crystallographic symmetry, by H. Wondratschek and M. I. Aroyo
- Chapter 1.3. A general introduction to space groups, by B. Souvignier
- Chapter 1.5. Transformations of coordinate systems, by H. Wondratschek, M. I. Aroyo, B. Souvignier and G. Chapuis
- Chapter 1.6. Methods of space-group determination, by U. Shmueli, H. D. Flack and J. C. H. Spence
- Chapter 1.7. Topics on space groups treated in Volumes A1 and E of International Tables for Crystallography, by H. Wondratschek, U. Müller, D. B. Litvin and V. Kopský
- Chapter 2.1. Guide to the use of the space-group tables, by Th. Hahn, A. Looijenga-Vos, M. I. Aroyo, H. D. Flack, K. Momma and P. Konstantinov
- Chapter 3.1. Crystal lattices, by H. Burzlaff, H. Grimmer, B. Gruber, P. M. de Wolff and H. Zimmermann
- Chapter 3.2. Point groups and crystal classes, by Th. Hahn, H. Klapper, U. Müller and M. I. Aroyo
- Chapter 3.3. Space-group symbols and their use, by H. Burzlaff and H. Zimmermann
- Chapter 3.4. Lattice complexes, by W. Fischer and E. Koch
- Chapter 3.5. Normalizers of space groups and their use in crystallography, by E. Koch, W. Fischer and U. Müller

**Volume A: Space-group symmetry
(first online edition, 2006) **

- Chapter 11.1. Point coordinates, symmetry operations and their symbols, by W. Fischer and E. Koch
- Chapter 4.1. Introduction to the synoptic tables, by E. F. Bertaut

**Volume B: Reciprocal space
(second online edition, 2010) **