## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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The assumption of periodicity implies that a

The assumption of periodicity implies that a

**unit**cell can be defined so that the whole lattice can be built up by joining all the**unit**cells together and also that all the**unit**cells are equivalent . We shall also assume the usual ...Page 125

The

The

**unit**cell 01520 ' 1'5'2 ' is denoted by the shaded region in Fig . 2a . This is a right prism with a square as its base and having one object at each corner . The number of objects per**unit**cell is one because the eight objects at ...Page 159

The

The

**unit**cell for the present model is a rhombohedral prism , shown as the shaded region in Fig . 2b , and each**unit**cell contains one object . If the length of each side of the rhombus base in 2a and c is the height of the prism ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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