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crys·tal struc·ture

the arrangement in space and the interatomic distances and angles of the atoms in crystals, usually determined by x-ray diffraction measurements.
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In this work, Reppy has for the first time squished solid helium plastically--that is, squeezed it at high pressure so that its crystal lattice begins to deform permanently, like a piece of taffy.
The crystal lattice spacing of TiC, situated on the external side of the diffusion zone is 0.
Purines can incorporate into the crystal lattice formed by another purine (UA), but not into different crystal structures of stones.
eff] of an electron with energy E moving in a crystal lattice is defined by [m.
The peaks in the WAXD patterns became obvious and sharp after annealing treatment, indicating a better and stable crystal lattice structure.
Crystal lattice control of organic chemical reactivity is a new, exciting and rapidly emerging discipline, and Scheffer can properly be categorized as a world leader in this field.
The crystal modulus of a polymer provides an important information on the molecular conformation and intermolecular forces in the crystal lattice (5).
For the device, the researchers focused on diamond engineered with Nitrogen-Vacancy (NV) centers, where nitrogen atoms are adjacent to vacancies in the surrounding diamond crystal lattice.
Physical action on the surface of material in the local zone leads to a change in the density of the defects of crystal lattice, which form high-energy configurations, which leads to the appearance of that increased of the metastability of structure from this local region.
Tungsten atoms are bigger than nickel ones, so they don't fit comfortably into nickel's crystal lattice, Schuh explains Grains of tungsten-poor alloy become cemented together by tungsten-rich material to form a brick-and-mortar structure.
Consider Bragg's Law, where n[lambda] = 2d sin[theta], [lambda] is the x-ray wavelength, and 2d the crystal lattice spacing in [Angstrom], and [theta] the angle the crystal makes with the sample.