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eBook Crystallography and the World of Symmetry (Springer Series in Materials Science) ePub

by Sanat K. Chatterjee

  • ISBN: 3540698981
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Sanat K. Chatterjee
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2008 edition (October 24, 2008)
  • Pages: 152
  • ePub book: 1148 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1924 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Springer Series in Materials Science. About this book Bibliographic Information. Crystallography and the World of Symmetry.

Springer Series in Materials Science. Symmetry exists in realms from crystals to patterns, in external shapes of living or non-living objects, as well as in the fundamental particles and the physical laws that govern them. Bibliographic Information.

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This is the basis of the existence of aperiodicity manifested in the liquid crystals and also quasi-crystals also discussed in Crystallography and the World of Symmetry.

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This particular book, however, does not warrant such a welcome. Crystallography and the World of Symmetry is a thin book (only 150 pages including exercises and the analytical index) with a clear didactic purpose at the undergraduate level. A book of this kind can be conceived in two ways: as a textbook to be read by the students, or as a reference for the lecturers. Crystallography and the World of Symmetry does not fit either category: it fails in both respects.

Автор: Sanat K. Chatterjee Название: Crystallography and the World of Symmetry Издательство: Springer .

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Professor Sanat K. Chatterjee National Institute of Technology, Physics Department, Mahatma Gandhi Avenue, Durgapur-713209, West Bengal, India E-mail: sanat. From the time unknown, we are appreciating the symmetry present in nature. Starting from the beautiful wings of the butterfly and the colourful flowers the world of symmetry includes the glittering gem stones. People developed the methods of gems cutting and polishing and irrespective of the sex; gems had taken their place in ornaments.

This book deals with the new class of materials unconventional superconduc-. tors – cuprate compounds, borocarbides, magnesium diboride, and oxypnictides.

Symmetry exists in realms from crystals to patterns, in external shapes of living or non-living objects, as well as in the fundamental particles and the physical laws that govern them. In fact, the search for this symmetry is the driving force for the discovery of many fundamental particles and the formulation of many physical laws. While one can not imagine a world which is absolutely symmetrical nor can one a world which is absolutely asymmetrical. These two aspects of nature are intermingled with each other inseparably. This is the basis of the existence of aperiodicity manifested in the liquid crystals and also quasi-crystals also discussed in “Crystallography and the World of Symmetry”.