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Team F. Wurtzite: Use template L to construct the Wurtzite lattice. Numbers 1, 3 and 1' are colorless spheres and Numbers 2 and 4 are pink spheres.
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Part I Demonstration and Unit cell theory
A. TA Demo of the superconductor
Describe and explain your observations (What happens with the magnet? Briefly describe the Meissner effect?)
B. The unit cell 1. A cube (see below) has _______ corners, _______ edges&_______ faces.
2. Structure A below shows how a unit cell may be drawn where one choice of unit cell is shown in bold lines. In Structures B, C and D below, draw the outline(s) of the simplest 2-D unit cells (two-dimensional repeating patterns depicted by a parallelogram that encloses a portion of the structure).
If the unit cell is moved in the X,Y-plane in directions parallel to its sides and in distance increments equal to the length of its sides, it has the property of duplicating the original structural pattern of circles as well as spaces between circles. Can a structure have more than one type of unit cell? ________
Structure A | Structure B | Structure C | Structure D |
3. If the circle segments enclosed inside each of the bold-faced parallelograms shown below were cut out and taped together, how many whole circles could be constructed for each one of the patterns:
4. Shown below is a 3-D unit cell for a structure of packed spheres. The center of each of 8 spheres is at a corner of the cube, and the part of each that lies in the interior of the cube is shown. If all of the sphere segments enclosed inside the unit cell could be glued together, how many whole spheres could be constructed?
number of whole spheres: ________
5. For each of the figures shown below, determine the number of corners and faces. Identify and name each as one of the regular geometric solids.
AB
A | B | |
Number of corners | ||
Number of faces | ||
Name of the shape of this object |
Part II Experimental
a. How would you designate the simple cube stacking - aa, ab, abc, or some other?
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