Question 10 calculate the planar packing factor ppf

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Question 10 Calculate the planar packing factor (PPF) of a {110} plane for the FCC structure. Answer Format: X.XX 0.5600 Correct! Correct! Correct Answers Correct Answers 0.56 (with margin: 0.01)
1 / 1 pts Question 11 Compute the planar packing factor (PPF) of a {111} FCC crystal plane.
12/6/2018 Quiz 07 - Crystal Structures - Part 1: Mat E 273 0.9100 Correct! Correct! Correct Answers Correct Answers
a b c d 5 / 5 pts Question 12 Which of the following options correctly represents a {110} cut of a diamond cubic unit cell?
12/6/2018 Quiz 07 - Crystal Structures - Part 1: Mat E 273 10/13 e f g h Correct! Correct! i 5 / 5 pts Question 13 Here is a picture of a full-sphere physical model of the diamond cubic crystal, looking down a <110> axis:
12/6/2018 Quiz 07 - Crystal Structures - Part 1: Mat E 273 The reduced-sphere depiction of the diamond cubic (DC) unit cell is provided below. Note that bonds within the cube are colored to highlight the tetrahedral coordination associated with sp bonding. The dotted lines merely show the cubic symmetry that this packing scheme also features, but these are not indicating covalent bonds. The radius of atoms that pack in DC fashion are related to the lattice parameter by the relation: What is the linear packing factor (LPF) of <110> directions in DC ? 3
11/13 5 / 5 pts Question 14
12/6/2018 Quiz 07 - Crystal Structures - Part 1: Mat E 273 12/13 Here is a picture of a full-sphere physical model of the diamond cubic crystal, looking down a <110> axis: The reduced-sphere depiction of the diamond cubic (DC) unit cell is provided below. Note that bonds within the cube are colored to highlight the tetrahedral coordination associated with sp bonding. The dotted lines merely show the cubic symmetry that this packing scheme also features, but these are not indicating covalent bonds. 3
12/6/2018 Quiz 07 - Crystal Structures - Part 1: Mat E 273 The radius of atoms that pack in DC fashion are related to the lattice parameter by the relation: Compute the atomic packing factor (APF) of diamond cubic. Answer Format X.XX 0.3400 Correct! Correct! Correct Answers Correct Answers
13/13 Quiz Score: 45 out of 45

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