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Crystallographic Planes for Cubic Lattices
Within a crystal lattice with basis vectors
, select three Miller indices
,
, and
to get a set of parallel planes going through all points of the lattice. The notation
indicates the direction
. In a cubic lattice, this direction is a normal vector.
Contributed by:
Danyel Cavazos
(ITESM)
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Miller Indices for a Simple Cubic Lattice
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Wolfram Demonstrations Project
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X-Ray Reflection by Planes of Atoms in a Cubic Lattice
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)
PERMANENT CITATION
Danyel Cavazos
"
Crystallographic Planes for Cubic Lattices
"
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/CrystallographicPlanesForCubicLattices/
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Published: April 18, 2013
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