“Probable Nature of the Internal Symmetry of Crystals”

@article{SohnckeProbableNO,
  title={“Probable Nature of the Internal Symmetry of Crystals”},
  author={L. Sohncke},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={29},
  pages={383-384}
}
UNDER this head Mr. Barlow has published in NATURE of December 20 and 27, 1883 (pp. 186 and 205) an interesting and ingenious memoir. The subject being very important, but also very difficult and intricate, a discussion of the new theory may perhaps contribute to render our ideas a little more precise. 
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