Symmetrie und die 32 Punktgruppen in deutscher und chinesischer Sprache / Herbert Pöllmann, Xuan Ling : Institut für Geowissenschaften und Geographie der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
VerfasserPöllmann, Herbert ; Ling, Xuan
KörperschaftMartin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
ErschienenHalle (Saale) : Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Institut für Geowissenschaften und Geographie, 2021
Umfang1 Online-Ressource (204 Seiten, 17,61 MB) : Illustrationen
SpracheDeutsch ; Chinesisch
SerieHallesches Jahrbuch für Geowissenschaften / Beiheft ; 48
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Symmetrie und die 32 Punktgruppen in deutscher und chinesischer Sprache [17.61 mb]
The present book tries to give some introductory basic knowledge of crystallography especially for the training of symmetry in German and English language. The concentration of training is mostly due to the 32 point groups and adjacent knowledge on application examples of macroscopic forms of important minerals including some hints on space groups.The collaboration between German and other international groups of scientist makes it necessary to have some tools available to discuss relevant crystallographic details in different languages. This is also based on exchange of students and scientists in different fields. The first booklet in this field was published in German and Portuguese language. The idea to overcome basic barriers due to language knowledge should be overcome by using different translations in different languages. Therefore especially an English translation of this basic book is highly necessary. Also animportant language is Chinese and this small booklet aims to give some overview oncrystallography in English and Chinese language.The book focuses mainly on helping to overcome barriers in different languages and show the basic knowledge in crystallography clearly. The complexity of this documentation makes it necessary to show only a small part but containing despite all details in 2 languages. It can be used as an introductory work. The trial to consciously include different languages for this topic should help to minimize language barriers and to focus on the scientific work. This bilingual book will be offered also in other languages like German French Arabic Russian Swedish Greek Spanish and Mongolian among others now or in the future. Also some extensions to other important topics are planned for the future. Special thanks are due to Prof. Dr. Dorothee Mertmann for her patience and helpful transformation of the manuscript into the present form of the book.