Ch36-p071 - 71 The sets of planes with the next five smaller interplanar spacings(after a0 are shown in the diagram that follows(a In terms of a0

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71. The sets of planes with the next five smaller interplanar spacings (after a 0 ) are shown in the diagram that follows. (a) In terms of a 0 , the second largest interplanar spacing is 00 2 0.7071 aa = . (b) The third largest interplanar spacing is 5 0.4472 = . (c) The fourth largest interplanar spacing is 10 0.3162 = . (d) The fifth largest interplanar spacing is 13 0.2774 = . (e) The sixth largest interplanar spacing is 17 0.2425 = . (f) Since a crystal plane passes through lattice points, its slope can be written as the ratio of two integers. Consider a set of planes with slope m / n , as shown in the diagram that follows. The first and last planes shown pass through adjacent lattice points along a
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course PHY 2049 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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Ch36-p071 - 71 The sets of planes with the next five smaller interplanar spacings(after a0 are shown in the diagram that follows(a In terms of a0

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