Quiz1_Winter_2005_with_solutions

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First name: ________________ Last name: ________________Student number:___________ Tutorial number and/or TA name: ________________ Page 1 of 5, (including formula sheet) University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering MSE101H1S – Quiz #1 February 1, 2005 Examiners: T.W. Coyle, S.J. Thorpe Total marks for all questions: 15 Marks are not equal for all questions. (2) 1. Within the cubic unit cell below: a) draw the (132) plane, and b) draw the [213] vector. (2) 2. For the cubic unit cell below: a) Identify the indices for the plane, and (344) b) Identify the indices of the direction [ ] 0 3 4 The corners of the triangle lie two-thirds of the distance along the x axis and one-half of the distance along the y and z axes.
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First name: ________________ Last name: ________________Student number:___________ Tutorial number and/or TA name: ________________ Page 2 of 5, (including formula sheet) 3. The element carbon has been found to exist in a number of different structural variants, including hexagonal, diamond cubic, fullerenes and nanotubes (4) a) Compute the theoretical density of carbon when found in the diamond cubic structure given that the C-C bond distance and bond angle are 0.154 nm and 109.5 ° respectively. How does this value compare with the measured density of 3.51 gm/cm
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2010 for the course MSE MSE101 taught by Professor Proframsayscott during the Fall '03 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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