Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction

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Chapter 3 - The Structure of Crystalline Solids - Questions and Problems - Page 99: 3.26

Answer

The point described in figure 12.2 is given below: point (a)=(0,0,0) point (b)=(1/2,0,0) point (c)=(1,0.0) point (d)=(1,1/2,0) point (e)=(1,1,0) point (f)=(1/2,1,0) point (g)=(0,1,0) point (h)=(0,1/2,0) point (i)=(0,0,,1) point (j)=(0,1/2,1) point (k)=(0,1,1) point (l)=(1/2,1,1) point (m)=(1,1,1) point (n)=(1,1/2,1) point (o)=(1,0,1) point (p)=(1/2,0,1) point (q)=(1,0,1/2) point (r)=(1,1/2,1/2) point (s)=(1,1,1/2) point (t)=(1/2,1,1/2) point (u)=(0,1,1/2) point (v)=(0,1/2,1/2) point (w)=(0,0,1/2) point (x)=(1/2,0,1/2) point (y)=(1/2,1/2,0) point (z)=(1/2,1/2,1/2) point (A)=(1/2,1/2,1)
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Work Step by Step

The point described in figure 12.2 is given below: point (a)=(0,0,0) point (b)=(1/2,0,0) point (c)=(1,0.0) point (d)=(1,1/2,0) point (e)=(1,1,0) point (f)=(1/2,1,0) point (g)=(0,1,0) point (h)=(0,1/2,0) point (i)=(0,0,,1) point (j)=(0,1/2,1) point (k)=(0,1,1) point (l)=(1/2,1,1) point (m)=(1,1,1) point (n)=(1,1/2,1) point (o)=(1,0,1) point (p)=(1/2,0,1) point (q)=(1,0,1/2) point (r)=(1,1/2,1/2) point (s)=(1,1,1/2) point (t)=(1/2,1,1/2) point (u)=(0,1,1/2) point (v)=(0,1/2,1/2) point (w)=(0,0,1/2) point (x)=(1/2,0,1/2) point (y)=(1/2,1/2,0) point (z)=(1/2,1/2,1/2) point (A)=(1/2,1/2,1)
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