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As an example we show that a foc lattice has as its reciprocal a bec lattice. In the

direct fec lattice the distance between lattice planes in each cube edge direction

is a/2, where a is the

As an example we show that a foc lattice has as its reciprocal a bec lattice. In the

direct fec lattice the distance between lattice planes in each cube edge direction

is a/2, where a is the

**lattice constant**; thus there are points in the reciprocal ...Page 73

We need not, however, attempt to calculate the product AA n, which involves

through X the quantummechanical solution of the repulsive potential problem, if

we are content to substitute in our theory the observed value of the

We need not, however, attempt to calculate the product AA n, which involves

through X the quantummechanical solution of the repulsive potential problem, if

we are content to substitute in our theory the observed value of the

**lattice****constant**.Page 83

8.1), with a measured average

we suppose that the structure is determined by the Ba-() contacts, we have, from

Table 3.5, D12 = 1.29 + 1.46 + 0.19 = 2.94 A, or a = 4.16 A; if the Ti-O contact ...

8.1), with a measured average

**lattice constant**of 4.004 A at room temperature. Ifwe suppose that the structure is determined by the Ba-() contacts, we have, from

Table 3.5, D12 = 1.29 + 1.46 + 0.19 = 2.94 A, or a = 4.16 A; if the Ti-O contact ...

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