crystal structure

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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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Each lead Crystal Bulb is handcrafted using traditional techniques and hand cut with a classic crystal pattern inspired by those found on traditional British glasses and decanters.
The GST200CP-2A and GST200CP-9A are beautifully designed with a metal crystal pattern printed on the resin bands.
The multi-coloured crystal pattern mimics the iconic "flame" maple top and cherry sunburst finish; both features remain synonymous with the Gibson brand since the 1950s.
Once produced the item is scanned to record the crystal pattern.
Estate sale shoppers are more interested in buying individual pieces of a china or crystal pattern to fill out their existing collections than to buy full sets, according to John Gaiser, an owner of Pennsylvania Trading Co.
190 per yard for Limia; $184 for Mera and $380 for a crushed crystal pattern called Emme.
Its crystal pattern is the same as other types of quartz, like citrine, a yellow gem often mistaken for November's topaz.
A pair of wine goblets to match their crystal pattern, a set of six gold filigree wine glasses for $64 at Pottery Barn or something a tad more frivolous, like a set of four tiny red-and-gold cordials at Pier 1 Imports for $25.
His claim (31) to fit our powder data led him to write that there was only 1 chance in 10 000 that this unit cell could be wrong, but he ignored that his indexing could not fit our published single crystal pattern.
For scoring, if any crystal patterns are in question, have another student (or the whole class) decide if it is acceptable and meets the "crystal pattern" criteria.
At least one of the seeds from a nick site grew in perfect alignment to the underlying silicon crystal pattern, the researchers claim in the Jan.
A special thermochromic ink on the wrapper changes colour when it is cooled below 8C (44F) revealing a snow crystal pattern or eskimo cartoon in the choc bar's famous logo.