Complete scheme of four-dimensional crystallographic symmetry groups

@article{Palistrant2012CompleteSO,
  title={Complete scheme of four-dimensional crystallographic symmetry groups},
  author={A. F. Palistrant},
  journal={Crystallography Reports},
  year={2012},
  volume={57},
  pages={471-477}
}
One of the main problems of four-dimensional geometric crystallography is considered; i.e., the complete scheme of four-dimensional crystallographic symmetry groups is presented, and the number of symmetry groups characterizing the 12 different categories entering this scheme is indicated for each of these categories. 

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