Inversion symmetry | Article about inversion symmetry by The Free Dictionary
inversion symmetry[in′vər·zhən ′sim·ə·trē]
The principle that the laws of physics are unchanged by the operation of inversion; it is violated by the weak interactions.
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In order to evaluate this source of nonlinearity, we can use the advantage that the linear case is invariant with respect to the change c(t) [right arrow] -c(t) which describes inversion symmetry
of the point group [C.
The labeling of the molecular states with [sigma], which is either gerade (g) or ungerade (u), is a result of the inversion symmetry
of all electrons through the center of mass of the molecule.
13 and 14, but we can say with certainty t hat the Ti-O environment changes from one with inversion symmetry
to one that is strongly non-inversion symmetric.