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... be equal to the number of copper atoms per unit

from the Avogadro number divided by the molar

molecular weight divided by the density , or Molar

... be equal to the number of copper atoms per unit

**volume**, which may be foundfrom the Avogadro number divided by the molar

**volume**. The molar**volume**is themolecular weight divided by the density , or Molar

**volume**= 63 . 5 / 8 . 94 = 7 .Page 313

The

correct because the unit cube of

primitive translations a * , b * , c * of the reciprocal lattice are given , according to (

2 .

The

**volume**of the primitive cell is ( 12 . 3 ) V = a · b X c = ža ; we see that this iscorrect because the unit cube of

**volume**ao contains two lattice points . Theprimitive translations a * , b * , c * of the reciprocal lattice are given , according to (

2 .

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The zone is a possible choice of the primitive cell of a bcc lattice , and so the

unit

we ...

The zone is a possible choice of the primitive cell of a bcc lattice , and so the

**volume**is f ( 46 / a ) 3 = 4 ( 26 / a ) . There are then 8 / a ' states in the zone perunit

**volume**of crystal . A fcc crystal contains 4 / a3 atoms per unit**volume**, and sowe ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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