Q. 104.0( 54 Votes )
Give the significance of a ‘lattice point’,
The points in a crystal lattice where atoms or ions can be placed are called as lattice points. Lattice Points can be vacant or filled.
The number of lattice points can be different as well as can be arranged in different ways which give rise to the different crystal lattice.
Given below is a diagram of the crystal lattice and the lattice points:
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