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4A 8A ЗА 3A 2A 6A Axial lengths Intercept lengths Fractional intercepts Miller

above . As stated earlier , if a plane is parallel to a given axis , its fractional

intercept ...

4A 8A ЗА 3A 2A 6A Axial lengths Intercept lengths Fractional intercepts Miller

**indices**A cola wala 1 Miller**indices**are always cleared of fractions , as shownabove . As stated earlier , if a plane is parallel to a given axis , its fractional

intercept ...

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( a ) The hexagonal unit cell and ( b )

repeated translations of the points at the unit cell corners by the vectors ai , a2 , c

. Some of the points so generated are shown in the figure , at the ends of dashed

...

( a ) The hexagonal unit cell and ( b )

**indices**of planes and directions . ( 2 - 2 )repeated translations of the points at the unit cell corners by the vectors ai , a2 , c

. Some of the points so generated are shown in the figure , at the ends of dashed

...

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These are called planes of a form , and the

braces { hkl } , stand for the whole set . In general , planes of a form have the

same spacing but different Miller

100 ) ...

These are called planes of a form , and the

**indices**of any one plane , enclosed inbraces { hkl } , stand for the whole set . In general , planes of a form have the

same spacing but different Miller

**indices**. For example , the faces of a cube , (100 ) ...

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Elements of X-ray Diffraction Bernard Dennis Cullity,Stuart R. Stock,Stuart R.. Stock Snippet view - 2001 |

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