Principal Types of Crystal Structures

  • Boris K. Vainshtein
  • Vladimir M. Fridkin
  • Vladimir L. Indenbom

Abstract

At present more than a hundred thousand of crystal structures are known. They can be classified according to definite features of their enormous diversity. First of all, we shall consider the structures of elements in which different types of bonds are encountered, since these structures most prominently display the crystallo chemical properties of the atoms of a given element; these properties are very often inherited by the structures formed by compounds of these atoms as well.

Keywords

Crystallization Polysaccharide Fullerene Gypsum Porphyrine 

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  • Boris K. Vainshtein
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  • Vladimir M. Fridkin
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  • Vladimir L. Indenbom
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