view article

Figure 3
All possible rotations for which a candidate RLP intersects with a given ULS are uniquely described by the rotation [R = R_{{\hat{{\bf q}}}}(\phi)R_{{\hat{{\bf m}}}}(\pi)]. The first rotation [R_{{\hat{{\bf m}}}}(\pi)] rotates the lattice by the constant angle of π around the bisecting vector [\hat{{\bf m}}] of [{\bf h}] and [\hat{{\bf q}}]. The second rotation [R_{{\hat{{\bf q}}}}(\phi)] rotates the lattice around the axis [\hat{{\bf q}}] of the ULS by an angle ϕ.

ISSN: 2053-2733
Follow Acta Cryst. A
Sign up for e-alerts
Follow Acta Cryst. on Twitter
Follow us on facebook
Sign up for RSS feeds