The mathematical theory of symmetry in solids : representation theory for point groups and space groups
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 The mathematical theory of symmetry in solids : representation theory for point groups and space groups
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 representation theory for point groups and space groups
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 by Christopher Bradley, Arthur Cracknell
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 eng
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 530.41015122
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 index present
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 QC176
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 .B73 2009
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 non fiction
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 Oxford classic texts in the physical sciences
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