face-centred

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face-centred

adj
(Chemistry) (of a crystal) having a lattice point at the centre of each face of each unit cell as well as at the corners. Compare body-centred
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When gold is compressed slowly at room temperature, its face-centered cubic (fcc) structure remains stable at pressures up to three times that of the core of the Earth.
The "hot" phase, austenite, takes its name after the English physicist Charles Austen; it has a face-centered cubic structure, Fig.1A.
[a.sub.0], [b.sub.0] and [c.sub.0] are unequal, which also shows that the [gamma]-TiAl alloy structure is different from an ordinary face-centered cubic (FCC) structure.
The peaks at theta = 38[degrees], 44[degrees], 64[degrees], 76[degrees], and 81[degrees] represent, respectively, the diffraction of the reticular hkl planes (111), (200), (220), (311), and (222) of the face-centered cubic metallic silver nanoparticles (ASTM sheet 01-087-0720 [4]).
Incoloy 800H is an austenitic alloy with a face-centered cubic structure.
Analogous to the face-centered cubic lattice and unlike the square and rectangular lattices, the exciton band does not have a reflection point for the density of states.
This illustrates that the as-prepared Li[Ni.sub.0.5][Mn.sub.1.5][O.sub.4] has the cubic face-centered spinel structure with a space group of Fd3m [19].
In addition, the monoclinic structure of [Ag.sub.2]Te changes into face-centered cubic and body-centered cubic phase at 145 and 802[degrees]C, respectively [8].
The red color indicates the austenite phase, which is a face-centered cubic lattice; green color indicates the [alpha]'-martensite phase, with body-centered cubic lattice.
The three characteristic peaks for nickel 2 th = 44.6, 51.9 and 76.8, which is related to Miller indices (111), (200) and (222), respectively, were witnessed, showing that the nickel nanoparticles are face-centered cubic (FCC) nickel (PDF #04-0850) [11].
Here FC, EC and CR respectively denote face-centered, edge-centered and corner points on the twenty-seven point CLF basic cube/patch.
Most of the PBAs exhibit face-centered cubic structure (Fm[3.bar]m; Z = 4)[8].