I'm writing a program and need a way to identify and enumerate the number of possible distinct crystallographic domains when depositing one 2D lattice on top of another.
I've posed this as a question in Math SE: Number of possible rotational domains of one 2D lattice on top of another? but possibly because I lack the proper "math words" it might not be receiving views by the users who can answer it.
I'm sure that this is a solved problem for mathematicians, and for crystallographers!
- Would this question be on-topic here if suitably rewritten for this site?
- If so, might it be likely to receive an answer?
Snippet from the linked question:
Square and hexagonal lattices shown at 0, 30 and 60 degrees:
Square and hexagonal lattices shown at +/-10 degrees: