T6 - Sodium Chlor ide Str uctur e This structure can be...

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Unformatted text preview: Sodium Chlor ide Str uctur e This structure can be considered as a face- centered-cubic Bravais lattice with a basis consisting of a sodium ion at 0 and a chlorine ion at the center of the conventional cell, LiF,NaBr,KCl,LiI,etc The lattice constants are in the order of 4-7 angstroms. ) ( 2 / + + z y x a Crystal Structure 2 2-Cesium Chloride Structure Cs + Cl- Cesium chloride crystallizes in a cubic lattice. The unit cell may be depicted as shown. (Cs+ is teal, Cl- is gold). Cesium chloride consists of equal numbers of cesium and chlorine ions, placed at the points of a body-centered cubic lattice so that each ion has eight of the other kind as its nearest neighbors. Cesium Chlor ide Str uctur e Cs + Cl- The translational symmetry of this structure is that of the simple cubic Bravais lattice, and is described as a simple cubic lattice with a basis consisting of a cesium ion at the origin and a chlorine ion at the cube center CsBr,CsI crystallize in this structure.The lattice constants are in the order of 4 angstroms. ) ( 2 / + + z y x a 8 cell Cesium Chlor ide Cs + Cl- Crystal Structure 5 3Hexagonal Close-Packed Str....
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