crystal plane

crystal plane

[¦krist·əl ′plān]
(crystallography)
One of a set of parallel, equally spaced planes in a crystal structure, each of which contains an infinite periodic array of lattice points.
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Compared with the untreated wood sample, the X-ray diffraction peak position of the thermally treated eucalyptus wood migrated slightly to the left; the distance between the crystal plane might have increased.
It may also suggest that the crystal plane in which the wax is then oriented is the plane most effective at resisting abrasion.
There is also active research underway on how changes in the crystal plane of substrate surfaces can increase on-current, as electrical characteristics of a substrate surface change depending on which crystal plane of silicon is applied to a substrate surface.
Both aluminium oxides contain one crystal plane with zero charge.
the angle formed by two crystal edges of a horizontal crystal plane, and for determining the angles of very small crystals.
Specifically, the diffraction spots of (200)/(110) crystal plane appear at the equator, suggesting that the molecular orientation in the crystals is also parallel to the stretching direction.
A paper by lead author Rusty Harris explored the effectiveness of high-k metal gates built on the 110 silicon crystal plane.
c] is the peak intensity of crystal plane (2[theta] = 22[degrees]) and [I.
The [beta]-crystalline form is known to exhibit a strong peak at a 20 angle of 16[degrees] corresponding to the crystal plane (300) (22).
An anisotropic shape indicates a uniaxial-directional molecular orientation, where the direction of the maximum is coincident with the orientation of the crystal plane (25).
This process would give rise to a preferential planar orientation of (040) crystal plane within the film surface.
Each crystal contains crystal planes (shown with parallel lines) of certain orientation in the volume of the aggregate.