binary lattice - перевод на русский
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binary lattice - перевод на русский

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS OF UNIT CELLS IN A CRYSTAL
Lattice matching; Lattice constants; Lattice parameter; Lattice spacing

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математика

двоичная решетка

lattice parameter         

общая лексика

параметр решетки

Bravais lattice         
  • Oblique
  • Oblique
  • Oblique
  • Oblique
  • Oblique
  • Monoclinic, centered
  • Cubic, body-centered
  • Cubic, face-centered
  • Cubic, simple
  • Hexagonal
  • Monoclinic, simple
  • Orthorhombic, base-centered
  • Orthorhombic, body-centered
  • Orthorhombic, face-centered
  • Orthorhombic, simple
  • Rhombohedral
  • Tetragonal, body-centered
  • Tetragonal, simple
  • Triclinic
AN INFINITE ARRAY OF DISCRETE POINTS IN THREE DIMENSIONAL SPACE GENERATED BY A SET OF DISCRETE TRANSLATION OPERATIONS
Crystal lattice; Bravais lattices; Bravais Lattices; Crystalline lattice; Space lattice; Crystallographic lattice; Bravais flock; Crystal lattices

минералогия

решетка Браве

кристаллическая решетка

пространственная решетка

Определение

crystal lattice
¦ noun the symmetrical three-dimensional arrangement of atoms inside a crystal.

Википедия

Lattice constant

A lattice constant or lattice parameter is one of the physical dimensions and angles that determine the geometry of the unit cells in a crystal lattice, and is proportional to the distance between atoms in the crystal. A simple cubic crystal has only one lattice constant, the distance between atoms, but in general lattices in three dimensions have six lattice constants: the lengths a, b, and c of the three cell edges meeting at a vertex, and the angles α, β, and γ between those edges.

The crystal lattice parameters a, b, and c have the dimension of length. The three numbers represent the size of the unit cell, that is, the distance from a given atom to an identical atom in the same position and orientation in a neighboring cell (except for very simple crystal structures, this will not necessarily be disance to the nearest neighbor). Their SI unit is the meter, and they are traditionally specified in angstroms (Å); an angstrom being 0.1 nanometer (nm), or 100 picometres (pm). Typical values start at a few angstroms. The angles α, β, and γ are usually specified in degrees.