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  • adjective crystallographic


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  • From crystallographical data it is always known how the face of a cube is situated in any given regular crystal, and there is consequently no difficulty in fixing the crystal on the spectrometer table in such a way that the reflection shall take place by planes with any prescribed orientation.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1915 - Presentation Speech 1967

  • The relation between sterols and oestrogenic substances which had been assumed on crystallographical grounds became probable from the chemical point of view only after Butenandt and

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1939 - Presentation Speech 1966

  • His reports about different crystallographical instruments, as well as those regarding the production of thin sections of crystals for microscopic study, are important for the science of crystallography.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy 1840-1916 1913

  • The latter possesses a crystallographical collection of 1024 wooden models which formerly belonged to the Abbé

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock 1840-1916 1913

  • As it must be assumed, on the strength of the analogy of these salts, both in a chemical and a crystallographical sense, that they are possessed of a corresponding space lattice, which could also be corroborated in another way, it was proved by those researchers that the lattice of the crystals in question consists of two face-centred cubic lattices corresponding to the two atoms, which interpenetrate in such a way that they together constitute one single cubic lattice.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1915 - Presentation Speech 1967


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