International Tables for Crystallography (2006). Vol. F, ch. 2.1, pp. 45-63   | 1 | 2 |
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Chapter 2.1. Introduction to basic crystallography

Chapter index

Absorption 2.1.6
Absorption coefficient
atomic mass 2.1.6
linear 2.1.6
Absorption corrections 2.1.7
Absorption edge 2.1.4.3.1, 2.1.6
Absorption factor 2.1.6
Anomalous scattering (dispersion) 2.1.4.4
Argand diagram 2.1.4.2
Asymmetric unit 2.1.2
Atomic displacement parameters (temperature factors)
anisotropic 2.1.4.6
isotropic 2.1.4.6
Atomic mass absorption coefficient 2.1.6
Atomic scattering factor 2.1.4.3.1, 2.1.4.5
Background corrections 2.1.7
Basis vectors 2.1.1
standard 2.1.1
Beer's law 2.1.6
Bijvoet pairs 2.1.7
Bragg's law 2.1.4.5
Bravais lattice 2.1.3, 2.1.3.3
Centred (non-primitive) unit cell 2.1.1
Centrosymmetric point groups 2.1.3.2
Compton effect 2.1.4.1
Compton scattering 2.1.6
Crystal systems 2.1.3, 2.1.3.4
hexagonal 2.1.3
monoclinic 2.1.3
orthorhombic 2.1.3
tetragonal 2.1.3
triclinic 2.1.3
trigonal 2.1.3
Diffraction-pattern symmetry 2.1.8
Diffraction physics 2.1.4
Diffraction ripples in Patterson maps 2.1.9
Elastic scattering 2.1.4.1
Electron density, calculation of 2.1.7
Enantiomorphic point groups 2.1.3, 2.1.3.1
Enantiomorphism 2.1.2
Ewald sphere 2.1.5, 2.1.5
Extinction 2.1.6
Fourier summation 2.1.9
Fourier transformation 2.1.7
inverse 2.1.7
Fourier transforms 2.1.7
Fractional atomic coordinates 2.1.7
Fresnel zone 2.1.4.3.2
Friedel pairs 2.1.7, 2.1.7.1
Harker lines 2.1.9
Harker planes 2.1.9
Hexagonal crystal system 2.1.3
Icosahedral point groups 2.1.3.3
Icosahedral symmetry 2.1.3
Inelastic scattering 2.1.4.1
Intermolecular interactions
energies of 2.1.1
Inverse Fourier transformation 2.1.7
Inversion symmetry 2.1.2
Isomorphous replacement
height of peaks in a Patterson map 2.1.9
Kramers–Kronig transform 2.1.4.4
Kα edge positions of different elements 2.1.4.1
Lattice plane 2.1.1
Lattice point 2.1.1
Laue conditions 2.1.4.5
Linear absorption coefficient 2.1.6
Lorentz factor 2.1.6, 2.1.7
Miller indices 2.1.1.3
Mirror symmetry 2.1.2
Monoclinic crystal system 2.1.3
Mosaicity 2.1.6
ideal 2.1.6
Mosaic spread 2.1.6
Non-primitive (centred) unit cell 2.1.1
Normalized structure factors 2.1.4.6
Orthorhombic crystal system 2.1.3
Patterson functions 2.1.9
Patterson maps 2.1.9
diffraction ripples in 2.1.9
number of peaks in 2.1.9
sharpening of 2.1.9
Point groups 2.1.3
centrosymmetric 2.1.3.2
enantiomorphic 2.1.3, 2.1.3.1
icosahedral 2.1.3.3
Polarization factor 2.1.6, 2.1.7
Primitive unit cell 2.1.1
Rayleigh scattering 2.1.6
Reciprocal lattice 2.1.5
Reciprocal space 2.1.5
Reflection intensity, integrated 2.1.6
Rotational symmetry 2.1.2
Rotation axes 2.1.2, 2.1.2, 2.1.3
Scaling
of structure factors 2.1.4.6
Scattering 2.1.6
Compton 2.1.6
elastic 2.1.4.1
inelastic 2.1.4.1
Rayleigh 2.1.6
Thomson 2.1.4.1
Scattering factors
Screw axes 2.1.2, 2.1.8
Space groups 2.1.2
common, for protein crystals 2.1.2.1
Special positions 2.1.2
Standard basis vectors 2.1.1
Stereographic projections 2.1.3.1
Structure factors 2.1.4.5, 2.1.4.6
centrosymmetric structures 2.1.4.6
noncentrosymmetric structures 2.1.4.6
normalized 2.1.4.6
placing on an absolute scale 2.1.4.6
Symmetry 2.1.2
icosahedral 2.1.3
in diffraction patterns 2.1.8
inversion 2.1.2
mirror 2.1.2
rotational 2.1.2
translational 2.1.2
Systematic absences 2.1.8
Temperature factors (atomic displacement parameters)
anisotropic 2.1.4.6
isotropic 2.1.4.6
Tetragonal crystal system 2.1.3
Thermal parameter 2.1.4.6, 2.1.4.6
Thomson scattering 2.1.4.1
Translational symmetry 2.1.2
Transmission factor 2.1.6
Triangulation number 2.1.3
Triclinic crystal system 2.1.3
Trigonal crystal system 2.1.3
Unit cell 2.1.1
non-primitive (centred) 2.1.1
origin choice 2.1.1
primitive 2.1.1
Viruses
icosahedral symmetry 2.1.3
Wilson plot 2.1.4.6, 2.1.4.6, 2.1.4.10