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3) where Vfilled is the volume occupied by the atoms, and Vtotal is the total volume of the unit cell. Calculate the packing fraction for: a. a simple cubic unit cell; b. a body-centered cubic unit cell; c. a face-centered cubic unit cell; d. a hexagonal unit cell. 2 In 2002, the price of indium was ∼US$100 kg−1 and yet the price reached over US$1000 kg−1 within the following few years. Suggest reasons for this increase. 4 The 14 Bravais lattice types. Further Reading See also the lists at the end of individual chapters.

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