interplanar spacing

interplanar spacing

[¦in·tər‚plā·nər ′spās·iŋ]
(crystallography)
The perpendicular distance between successive parallel planes of atoms in a crystal.
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The interplanar spacing (d) of the crystalline planes was calculated using the Bragg's equation:
2 (d) with interplanar spacing of 0.29 nm is assigned to the (220) planes of the Co3O4 crystal [15].
The (002) peak emerged at 26[degrees], corresponding to the interplanar spacing of 0.34 nm.
The [d.sub.012] and [d.sub.104] peaks of M-Al-P[O.sub.4]-LDHs corresponding to interplanar spacing of 3.4804 and 2.5504 [Angstrom], respectively, shifted to higher 2[theta] angles for Mg-Al[(OH).sub.2]P[O.sub.4]P[F.sub.6] (2), which indicates a decrease in the interlamellar spacing as P[F.sub.6.sup.-] was incorporated along with P[O.sub.4.sup.3-] anion.
The observed lattice fringes in Figure 3(b) correspond to the {111} plane of Pt based on interplanar spacing measurements (0.230 nm).
The high resolution of TEM image reflects the clear lattice fringes with an interplanar spacing of 0.23 nm corresponding to (111) plane of fcc Pt thus confirming formation of Pt nanoparticles in the Ti[O.sub.2]/Pt/Ti[O.sub.2] layers.
(19,21) The calculated interplanar spacing of typical [112] is 0.24 nm with intercalated anion of N[O.sub.3.sup.-].
The interplanar spacing of graphite used in [3] is nothing but the interatomic spacing a in the crystal lattice (diffraction grating) mentioned in Fig.
In the X-ray patterns of CGB with a mineral additive of concrete breakage, besides the peaks of remains of nonhydrated clinker minerals (d = 3.02; 2.86; 2.7 and 2.6 [angstrom]), the attention is drawn by the equal dramatic peak with interplanar spacing 4.91 A, belonging to portlandite.
The values of interplanar spacing of TbP[O.sub.4] x [H.sub.2]O nanorod are 0.596 and 0.633 nm, which is identical to the (100) and (001) facet distance of bulk TbP[O.sub.4] x [H.sub.2]O powders, respectively.
The HRTEM image of one nanoflake shows the interplanar spacing of 1.9 [Angstrom] corresponding to the (220) planes.
In the case of molecular, atomic, or ionic crystals, the interplanar spacing, d, is in the range of [Angstrom], thus having the capacity of diffracting X-rays.

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