The Weissenberg Method - [A Sammelband of Fourteen Buerger Offprints in X-Ray Crystallography]
various: various 1934-1937. First Edition. A sammelband of fourteen offprints by Martin J. Buerger. Buckram cloth volume labeled on spine "The Weissenberg Method | Buerger | Copy 5". Various paginations. Wrappers bound in. Near Fine. Cloth. 
"Karl Weissenberg (11 June 1893, Vienna – 6 April 1976, The Hague) was an Austrian physicist, notable for his contributions to rheology and crystallography. The Weissenberg effect was named after him, as was the Weissenberg number. He invented a Goniometer to study X-ray diffraction of crystals for which he received the Duddell Medal of the Institute of Physics in 1946, The European Society of Rheology offers a Weissenberg award in his honour. and the Weissenberg rheogoniometer, a type of rheometer.
He was born on 11 June 1893 in Vienna, Austria and died in 1976 in the Netherlands. He studied at the Universities of Vienna, Berlin and Jena with Mathematics as his main subject. He published on the theories of Symmetry groups and Tensor and Matrix algebra, then applied mathematics and experimentation to crystallography, rheology and medical science." (Wikipedia)
Offprints include "The Weissenberg Reciprocal Lattice Projection and the Technique of Interpreting Weissenberg Photographs" (1934), "The Application of Plane Groups to the Interpretation of Weissenberg Photographs" (1935), "An Apparatus for Conveniently Taking Equi-Inclination Weissenberg Photographs" (1936), "The X-Ray Determination of Lattice Constants and Axial Ratios of Crystals Belonging to the Oblique Systems" (1937), "The Precision Determination of the Linear and Angular Lattice Constants of Single Crystals" (1937), "The Unit Cell and Space Group of Realgar" (1935), "Crystallogaphic Data, Unit cell and Space Group for Berthierite (FeSb2S4)" (1936), "Crystals of the Realgar Type : The Symmetry, Unit Cell, and Space Group of Nitrogen Sulfide" (1936), "The Unit cell and Space Group of Sternbergite, AgFe2S3" (by Newton W. Buerger 1937), "The Unit cell and Space Group of Cubanite" (1937), "The Unit Cell and Space Group of Tourmaline (An Example of the Inspective Equi-inclination Treatment of Trigonal Crystals)", (by M. J. Buerger and William Parrish, 1937), "The Symmetry and Crystal Structure of the Minerals of the Arsenopyrite Group" (1936), "The Symmetry and Crystal Structure of Manganite, Mn(OH)O" (1936), "The Crystal Structure of Valentinite (Orthorhombic Sb2O3)" (by MJ Buerger and Sterling B. Hendricks") (1937).
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