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Miller Indices for a Simple Cubic Lattice
Miller indices are a notation to identify planes in a crystal. The three integers
define directions orthogonal to the planes, thus constituting reciprocal basis vectors. Negative integers are usually written with an overbar (e.g.,
represents
).
The nine lowest-index planes are shown.
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