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The triangular object and its image are separated by an angle equal to θ. 14 Fundamentals of Solid State Engineering 2π n where n is an integer equal to 1, 2, 3, 4, or 6. e. C1. For a given axis of rotation and integer n, a rotation operation can be repeated and this actually leads to n rotation operations about the same axis, corresponding to the n allowed angles of It is thus common to denote as Cn a rotation through an angle 2π 2π 2π 2π , 2× , …, (n − 1) × , and n × . These n rotation n n n n operations, which include the identity, form a group also denoted Cn .
A lattice can be represented by a set of translation vectors as shown in r r the two-dimensional (vectors a, b ) and three-dimensional lattices (vectors r r r a , b , c ) in Fig. 5(a) and Fig. 6, respectively. The lattice is invariant after translations through any of these vectors or any sum of an integer number of these vectors. When an origin point is chosen at a lattice point, the position of all the lattice points can be determined by a vector which is the sum of integer numbers of translation vectors.
The Bravais lattice is face-centered cubic with a basis of two ions: one Cl- ion at (0,0,0) and one Na+ ion at (½,½,½), separated by one half of the cubic body diagonal. The figure shows one cubic unit cell. 4. Cesium chloride structure The cesium chloride structure is shown in Fig. 31. The Bravais lattice is simple cubic and the basis consists of two atoms located at the corner (0,0,0) and center positions (½,½,½) of the cubic unit cell. Each atom may be viewed as at the center of a cube of atoms of the opposite kind, so that the number of nearest neighbors or coordination number is eight.