We commonly refer to two atomic arrangements when describing the structure of an ideal solid, namely a homogeneous, chemically pure single-phase solid, the crystal, with its periodic structure (see Chap. 1) and the random arrangement typical of the amorphous state (see Chap. 4).
KeywordsIcosahedral Phase Icosahedral Symmetry Icosahedral Quasicrystal Penrose Tiling Quasi Crystal
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