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International Tables for Crystallography (2006). Vol. C, ch. 9.2, p. 758

Table 9.2.1.3 

D. Pandeyc and P. Krishnab

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Intrinsic fault configurations in the 6H (A0B1C2A3C4B5;. . .) structure

Fault configuration
ABC sequence
Subscript
notation
[\ldots]A B C A C B A0[\vdots]C0 A B C B A C [\ldots] I0, 0
[\ldots]A B C A C B A0[\vdots]C1 A B A C B C [\ldots] I0, 1
[\ldots]A B C A C B A0[\vdots]C2 A C B A B C [\ldots] I0, 2
[\ldots]A B C A C B A0[\vdots]C3 B A C A B C [\ldots] I0, 3
[\ldots]A B C A C B A0[\vdots]C4 B A B C A C [\ldots] I0, 4
[\ldots]A B C A C B A0[\vdots]C5 B C A B A C [\ldots] I0, 5
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B1[\vdots] A0 B C A C B A [\ldots] I1, 0
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B1[\vdots] A1 B C B A C A [\ldots] I1, 1
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B1[\vdots] A2B A C B C A [\ldots] I1, 2
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B1[\vdots] A3C B A B C A [\ldots] I1, 3
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B1[\vdots] A4C B C A B A [\ldots] I1, 4
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B1[\vdots] A5C A B C B A [\ldots] I1, 5
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B C2[\vdots]B0 C A B A C B [\ldots] I2, 0
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B C2[\vdots]B1C A C B A B [\ldots] I2, 1
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B C2[\vdots]B2C B A C A B [\ldots] I2, 2
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B C2[\vdots]B3 A C B C A B [\ldots] I2, 3
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B C2[\vdots]B4 A C A B C B [\ldots] I2, 4
[\ldots]A B C A C B A B C2[\vdots] B5 A B C A C B[\ldots] I2, 5

Notes:

  • (1) Vertical dots represent the location of the fault plane with respect to the initial stacking sequence on the left-hand side.

  • (2) I0,1 and I2,3, I0,2 and I1,3, I1,1 and I2,2, and I1,4 and I2,5 are crystallographically equivalent.