Crystal Lattices in Reciprocal Space

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Reciprocal space or " space" is an important concept in solid-state physics and related fields of science. This Demonstration allows you to define lattice vectors in real space; it then displays the lattice in real space as well as its reciprocal counterpart. Additionally, the lattice vectors in both spaces are also given in matrix form.

Contributed by: Bianca Eifert (May 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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