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Cc (9) Space Group
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Table 1833. Cc (9) space group.

Name in the International Tables for Crystallography
Cc C
12 m
Crystal system
Monoclinic 2/m
Asymm
0 ≤ x ≤ 1 and 0 ≤ y ≤ 1/4 and 0 ≤ z ≤1
4 Crystal symmetry Is non-centrosymmetric because it has not -x,-y,-z in its symmetry (no center of inversion).
Symmetry (atomic coordinates)
X, Y, Z; X, -Y, 1/2+Z; 1/2+X, 1/2+Y, Z; 1/2+X, 1/2-Y, 1/2+Z
Crystal examples
 

For a monoclinic crystal system, if the systematic absences show the presence of C-center and c-glide, then the possible space group can be Cc.

 

 

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