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J (see Equation (18)) with an associated character X IJ (E)=-l and a corresponding extinction rule F(hkz)+mqA = 0, unless h+m=2n (see Equation (20)). The operator (Ela'/2) corresponds to the internal centering translation (E111/2 00 1/2) in the SSG approach, while all other symmetry properties, given by the irre- ducible representation point group of qA' are identical to those considered for NbSrI. The NbxTal_xTe4 system is characterized by two features, a relatively simple average structure (AS) and a large number of temperature and composition dependent phases, whose periodicities are either commensurate (COM) or incommensurate (IC) with the basic structure (BS) lattice.

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