body-centred cubic


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body-centred cubic

A term used in crystallography for a cubic (isometric) molecular structure in which a cube-shaped lattice is formed with one atom in the middle and four other atoms arranged around it at the corners of the cube.
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search for increased capacities leads now to investigate new families of alloys like body-centred cubic vanadium based solid solutions, because they have larger theoretical hydrogen storage properties.