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# Rough Notes on Chapter 3 lattices Engr 313

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Some rough draft notes on Lattice equations for BCC and FCC
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Introduction to Materials Science
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Dr. Amrita Mishra
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Date Created: 08/30/16
Chapter 3- Atomic and Ionic Arrangments Amorphous (short-range order) vs. Crystalline (long-range order) • Atoms are made up of “unit cells” (smallest repeated unit) • Short Range Order-less than 100nm • Long Ranger Order- greater than 100nm • Crystalline Atoms or ions of materials that form a repetitive pattern • Polycrystalline-many small crystals with varying orientation in space know as Grains • Grain boundaries- the regions between crystals where the crystals aren’t aligned perfect Lattice and Basis- one dimensional lattice points are the “dots” inside of unit cell or atomic arrangement. The basis is the repeated pattern among the lattice points or “along the lattice” (fig. 3.5) o Lattice- Collection of points that divide space into smaller equally sized segments o Crystal structure- the arrangement of the atoms in a material into a regular repeated pattern 7 families of lattices Simple Cubic *label axis for points when drawing on assignments Face-centered cubic (FCC) • 4 atoms in crystal structures • 4 atoms/unit cell: 6 face x ½ + 8 x 1/8 Body-Centered cubic (BCC) most metals • 2 atoms in body centered cubic has 2 atoms Tetragonal Hexagonal Orthorhombic Rhombohedral *Coordination #= nearest neighbors -Lattice Parameters (usually labelled “a”)- is the length of the side of one unit cell SC a=2R BCC 4R=sqrt(a^2+a^2+a^2) --> a=(4R/sqrt(3)) FCC a= 4R/(sqrt(2)) 2 Atomic Packing Factor: (see lecture) Theoretical Density (ρ) Mass of Atoms/Total Volume ρ=nA/VN n=number of atoms/unit cell A=atomic weight V=volume of unit cell 3 N=Avogadro’s number (6.022x10^23 atoms/mol) 4

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