Defining Vectors for Various Crystal Systems
There are several definitions for the basis vectors for face-centered cubic (FCC) structures and lattices. The most common uses the nonprimitive cube with axes A, B, C as shown in Figure 2.1. Conceptually, this set is the easiest to grasp, but the primitive set is essential for finding the allowed reflections.
KeywordsBasis Vector Transformation Equation Plane Index Primitive Vector Primitive Unit Cell
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