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From: Integrating lattice materials science into the traditional processing-structure-properties paradigm

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(a–c) Examples of 2D lattice network topologies, distinguished in part by their nodal connectivities: (a) Z = 4, (b) Z = 6, and (c) Z = 8. (d–f) Lattices with the same network topologies as those in (a–c) but with variations in network morphologies, generated through affine transformations of the parent lattices. (g and h) Potential strut and node morphologies.

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