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( a ) Square

Rectangular

shown for both the primitive cell and for the rectangular unit cell , for which lal #

lbl ...

( a ) Square

**lattice**lal = | bl ; y = 90° ( b ) Hexagonal**lattice**lal = lbl ; y = 120° ( c )Rectangular

**lattice**lal # Ibl ; y = 90° ( d ) Centered rectangular**lattice**; axes areshown for both the primitive cell and for the rectangular unit cell , for which lal #

lbl ...

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In the triclinic system the single space

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

ī , all space

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**isī , all space

**lattices**being invariant under inversion . In the monoclinic system ...Page 51

As an example we show that a foc

direct fcc

is a / 2 , where a is the

As an example we show that a foc

**lattice**has as its reciprocal a bcc**lattice**. In thedirect fcc

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

**lattice**constant ; thus there are points in the reciprocal ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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