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layer lattice[′lā·ər ‚lad·əs]
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So the number of degrees of freedom of this layer lattice
dome is (137-32) x 6 + 32 x 3 = 726.
The footnote in the text began: "Diamond is a valence lattice, but graphite is a layer lattice
For high-resolution studies on the mass distribution of Crystalline Layer lattices
, negatively stained preparations of isolated or recrystallized Crystalline Layer have been used.