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## Chapter 2.1. Introduction to basic crystallography

## Related articles

Related articles within *International Tables* are as follows:

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

- Chapter 10.1. Crystallographic and noncrystallographic point groups, by Th. Hahn and H. Klapper
- Chapter 1.4. Graphical symbols for symmetry elements in one, two and three dimensions, by Th. Hahn

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

- Chapter 2.1. Statistical properties of the weighted reciprocal lattice, by U. Shmueli and A. J. C. Wilson
- Chapter 2.3. Patterson and molecular replacement techniques, and the use of noncrystallographic symmetry in phasing, by L. Tong, M. G. Rossmann and E. Arnold

**Volume C: Mathematical, physical and chemical tables
(first online edition, 2006) **

**Volume F: Crystallography of biological macromolecules
(second online edition, 2012) **

- Chapter 12.1. The preparation of heavy-atom derivatives of protein crystals for use in multiple isomorphous replacement and anomalous scattering, by D. Carvin, S. A. Islam, M. J. E. Sternberg and T. L. Blundell
- Chapter 13.1. Noncrystallographic symmetry, by D. M. Blow
- Chapter 14.1. Heavy-atom location and phase determination with single-wavelength diffraction data, by B. W. Matthews
- Chapter 16.1. Ab initio phasing, by G. M. Sheldrick, C. J. Gilmore, H. A. Hauptman, C. M. Weeks, R. Miller and I. Usón