https://doi.org/10.1351/goldbook.L03564

The possible symmetries of arrays extending in one direction with a fixed repeating distance. linear polymer chains in the crystalline state must belong to one of the line repetition groups. Permitted symmetry elements are: the identity operation (symbol l); the translation along the chain axis (symbol t); the mirror plane orthogonal to the chain axis (symbol m) and that containing the chain axis (symbol d); the glide plane containing the chain axis (symbol c); the inversion centre, placed on the chain axis (symbol i); the two-fold axis orthogonal to the chain axis (symbol 2); the helical, or screw, symmetry where the axis of the helix coincides with the chain axis. In the latter case, the symbol is s A * M / N, where s stands for the screw axis, A is the class of the helix, * and / are separators, and M is the integral number of residues contained in N turns, corresponding to the identity period (M and N must be prime to each other). The class index A may be dropped if deemed unnecessary, so that the helix may also be simply denoted as s M / N.*Source: *

Purple Book, 1^{st} ed., p. 79 (http://old.iupac.org/publications/books/author/metanomski.html)

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