# Difference between revisions of "P"

### From Online Dictionary of Crystallography

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[[parent clamping approximation]]<br> | [[parent clamping approximation]]<br> | ||

+ | [[partial structure]]<br> | ||

[[partial symmetry]]<br> | [[partial symmetry]]<br> | ||

[[Patterson methods]]<br> | [[Patterson methods]]<br> | ||

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[[point symmetry]]<br> | [[point symmetry]]<br> | ||

[[polar lattice]]<br> | [[polar lattice]]<br> | ||

− | [[ | + | [[polyamorphism]]<br> |

[[polymorphism]]<br> | [[polymorphism]]<br> | ||

[[polytypism]]<br> | [[polytypism]]<br> |

## Latest revision as of 07:10, 29 May 2020

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parent clamping approximation

partial structure

partial symmetry

Patterson methods

Patterson vector

Pearson symbol

phase of a modulation

phase problem

phase transition

piezoelectricity

pleochroism

point configuration

point group

point space

point symmetry

polar lattice

polyamorphism

polymorphism

polytypism

powder

preferred orientation

primary extinction

primitive basis

primitive cell

priority rule

pseudo symmetry

pyroelectricity