hexagonal lattice


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hexagonal lattice

[hek′sag·ə·nəl ′lad·əs]
(crystallography)
A Bravais lattice whose unit cells are right prisms with hexagonal bases and whose lattice points are located at the vertices of the unit cell and at the centers of the bases.
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