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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Is there any book or source avaliable that clearly shows the point symmetry operation with matrix representations?

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Is there any book or source avaliable that clearly shows the point symmetry operation with matrix representations?

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Point group symmetry : Applications

Methods and tables

Philip Butler

Plenum Press (1981)

Methods and tables

Philip Butler

Plenum Press (1981)

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Thanks for your advice but can't find any printed or electronic version.

Is there any alternative?

Is there any alternative?

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Group theory and its application to physical problems

Par Morton Hamermesh

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The Mathematical Theory of Symmetry in Solids: Representation Theory for point groups and space groups

by Christopher Bradley,Arthur Cracknell

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I recommend Matveev, Mayer, Roesch, ``Efficient symmetry treatment for the nonrelativistic and relativistic molecular Kohn-Sham problem.'', Comp. Phys. Comm 160 91 (2004), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cpc.2004.02.013 [Broken] . They give a general, yet concise and very elegant approach to evaluating matrix representations and irreducible representations of arbitrary point groups.

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Thanks for the posts.

Theese are actually what I need.

Theese are actually what I need.

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