Miller indices

Miller indices

[′mil·ər ′in·də‚sēz]
(crystallography)
Three integers identifying a type of crystal plane; the intercepts of a plane on the three crystallographic axes are expressed as fractions of the crystal parameters; the reciprocals of these fractions, reduced to integral proportions, are the Miller indices. Also known as crystal indices.
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Caption: Figure 1: PXRD pattern of fresh ACS before calcination, where (h, k, l) are Miller indices of peaks attributed to R-trigonal CaC[O.
The peaks with miller indices (222), (400), (533) did not match with the standard pattern of CuFe2O4.
The peaks with miller indices (111) and (422) did not match with the standard pattern of CuFe2O4, Fig.
The book assumes students have had an introductory course in materials science and understand the basic concepts of crystal structures, Miller indices, dislocations, binary phase diagrams, and Fick's first and second laws of diffusion.
Miller Indices are clearly explained, as is the critical observation of interfacial angles, the goniometer (and how to make one), axial ratios and more.