crystal face

crystal face

[¦krist·əl ¦fās]
(crystallography)
One of the outward planar surfaces which define a crystal and reflect its internal structure. Also known as face.
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In laboratory-grown pure guanine crystals, the refractive index of this crystal face (determined to be the [102] Miller Index face of the crystal lattice) is significantly higher (1.83) than that of one of the perpendicular faces (1.48) (Hinrichs et al., 2005; Levy-Lior et al., 2010).
The XRD pattern is shown as a logarithmic scale in Figure 5, from which two diffraction peaks are identified to be the crystal face sets {0001} and {10[bar.11]}.
There is a glare-free, flat crystal face that features multiple layers of hard, smudge-resistant coatings that minimize scratches.
The stress was released with increase of annealing time, which can be demonstrated by XRD in Figure 2; taking (110) peak, for example, the distance of crystal face (d) of the steels without and with annealing at different time and the standard distance of crystal face of the steel without any stress were calculated by software Jade 6; the difference between them was given in Table 4.
HYDROTHERMAL SIMULATION--COMPLETE QUARTZ CRYSTALS WITH MECHANICALLY DISRUPTED CRYSTAL FACE (Table 1)
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Hence, corporately produces inducing oriented effect on the crystal face growth.
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For the inorganic species separated in the experiments with CH, the 2[theta] values at 25.94 degrees (crystal face 002) and 31.70 degrees (crystal face 211; Table 2, column 11) are characteristic of HAP.