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Physical models and computer generated 3-D models are used to represent the atomic structure of mineral crystals. This chapter explores how these models are constructed and explains the data required to build an accurate 3-D model of a mineral crystal.
Topics covered in Chapter 14 include: Visualizations of Crystal Structures Andalusite Example Building Computer-Based and Physical Models of Minerals and More Examples