Sohncke groups

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'''Sohncke groups''' are the 65 three-dimensional space groups containing only operations of the first kind (rotations, rototranslations, translations). [[Chirality|Chiral]] [[crystal structure]]s, including proteins, occur in these groups, not only in the [[chiral space group]]s.
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'''Sohncke groups''' are the three-dimensional [[space group]]s containing only operations of the first kind (rotations, rototranslations, translations). Among the 230 types of space groups, 65 are Sohncke types. [[Chirality|Chiral]] [[crystal structure]]s, including proteins, occur in these groups, not only in the [[chiral space group]]s.
The term comes from Leonhard Sohncke (Halle, 22 February 1842 – München, 1 November 1897), German mathematician, whose derivation was based on the results previously published by Marie Ennemond Camille Jordan (Lyon, 5 January 1838 – Paris, 22 January 1922), French mathematician.
The term comes from Leonhard Sohncke (Halle, 22 February 1842 – München, 1 November 1897), German mathematician, whose derivation was based on the results previously published by Marie Ennemond Camille Jordan (Lyon, 5 January 1838 – Paris, 22 January 1922), French mathematician.

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Groupes de Sohncke (Fr). Sohncke-Raumgruppe (Ge). Gruppi di Sohncke (It). ソンケ群 (Ja). Grupos de Sohncke (Sp).


Classification scheme of space groups in three-dimensional space in terms of chirality.

Sohncke groups are the three-dimensional space groups containing only operations of the first kind (rotations, rototranslations, translations). Among the 230 types of space groups, 65 are Sohncke types. Chiral crystal structures, including proteins, occur in these groups, not only in the chiral space groups.

The term comes from Leonhard Sohncke (Halle, 22 February 1842 – München, 1 November 1897), German mathematician, whose derivation was based on the results previously published by Marie Ennemond Camille Jordan (Lyon, 5 January 1838 – Paris, 22 January 1922), French mathematician.

References

  • Jordan, C. (1869). Annali di Matematica Pura ed Applicata (1867-1897), 2, 167-215. Mémoire sur les groupes de mouvements.
  • Sohncke, L. (1879). Entwickelung einer Theorie der Krystallstruktur. B. G. Teubner, Leipzig