Again there is only one atom per cell and for

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Unformatted text preview: Thus, For the (110) plane, the surface cell is a rectangle with one side 2 longer than the other. Again, there is only one atom per cell, and For the (111) plane, the surface cell is a equilateral triangle with atoms at the three vertices. However, each of these atoms is shared by six other triangles, so that there is only 1/2 atom per cell. These atoms are spaced 2 longer than the cell edge. Then, (b) For the body- centered cubic, the (100) surface plane is the same as that for the simple cubic. Hence, However, for the (110) plane, th...
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