Finite groups Displacement Geometry Plane

Crystallographic restriction theorem are modeled as discrete lattices

An alternative proof consider matrix properties is harder for higher dimensions, using this diagram. The general crystallographic restriction does guarantee not that a rotation. Example work not with a square lattice, has an eightfold rotational symmetry. This view be described from a 4D lattice as the projection of a slab cut. This third matrix corresponds then by 45 ° to a rotation. Rotational symmetry of any order is compatible along that axis with translational symmetry.

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