## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Special two-dimensional

. 1.2) form the five two-dimensional Bravais

primitive translation vectors are given below each

shown, ...

Special two-dimensional

**lattices**. These four, together with the oblique**lattice**(Fig. 1.2) form the five two-dimensional Bravais

**lattices**. The restrictions on theprimitive translation vectors are given below each

**lattice**. Primitive cells areshown, ...

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In the triclinic system the single space

three axes of unequal lengths and unequal angles. The symmetry of the

1, all space

there ...

In the triclinic system the single space

**lattice**has a primitive (P) unit cell, withthree axes of unequal lengths and unequal angles. The symmetry of the

**lattice**is1, all space

**lattices**being invariant under inversion. In the monoclinic systemthere ...

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In the direct fec

direction is a/2, where a is the

reciprocal

set of ...

In the direct fec

**lattice**the distance between**lattice**planes in each cube edgedirection is a/2, where a is the

**lattice**constant; thus there are points in thereciprocal

**lattice**along the ar, y, z axes at 2/a from the origin. There is only oneset of ...

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