Crystallographic Computing

In this method crystal computing is fundamental methods used for the formation of the different crystals. There are various techniques available; they are most frequently used and have been selected for the axis transformations and geometric calculations of the single crystal — bond angles, torsion angles, distances between principal axes of the quadratic forms, metric considerations on the lattices and structure factors.  The most widely used method in computing is the least squares method and it has main crystallographic applications while attention is also related to some different techniques. This computing method also covers the reciprocal lattice, which is very useful in diffraction geometry.

 

  • Computing Crystals
  • Geometric calculations
  • Least squares
  • Crystallographic Materials

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