Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
And I have this piece on space lattices I showed the other night.
These real space lattice vectors correspond to directions in the crystal.
Adaptive sparse grid functions are elements of a function space lattice.
This is sometimes called a space lattice.
The Bravais lattices are sometimes referred to as space lattices.
It covers the familiar classical topics in a thorough and systematic fashion, using the concept of the space lattice as a starting point.
Discretization error can usually be reduced by using a more finely spaced lattice, with an increased computational cost.
Recent acquisitions include Formulation Picture (Space Lattice) by Jonathan Parsons.
If a magnifying glass of sufficient size and strength could be placed over us we could see ourselves as sievesour space lattice, as it is called.
If the hard magnets are spheres on an fcc space lattice in the soft magnetic phase, the volume fraction of the hard phase can be 9%.
Each point (hkl) in the reciprocal lattice corresponds to a set of lattice planes (hkl) in the real space lattice.
I could talk about space lattices, and neuro-electronic webs, and nerve channels, and kinetic energons, but I'll let Rannirl explain all that; he's our technician.
Many of Smith's sculptures were made up of a space lattice: groupings of simple platonic solids, in Taus case two such solids, octahedrons and tetrahedrons.
The motif is created by point group operations, while the wallpaper, which is called the space lattice, is generated by translation of the motif with or without rotation or reflection.
A Space Lattice Passive Repeater (SLPR) is an advanced type of three-dimensional diffraction grating for microwave RF (radio frequency) energy.
To minimize the potential energy, the electrons form a b.c.c. (body-centered cubic) lattice in 3D, a triangular lattice in 2D and an evenly spaced lattice in 1D.
From the knowledge of the reciprocal lattice models for the real space lattice can be constructed and the surface can be characterized at least qualitatively in terms of the surface periodicity and the point group.
X-ray crystallography in which the pattern produced by the diffraction of X-rays through the closely spaced lattice of atoms in a crystal is recorded and then analysed to reveal the nature of that lattice.
In 1888, Groth was the first to suggest the possibility that spherical atoms reside at equivalent positions of space lattices, which gave a physical significance to this still somewhat abstract idea of the regular and symmetric partitioning of space.
Niggli used morphological methods to account for internal structure and, in his 1928 Kristallographische und Strukturtheoretische Grundbegriffe, he took up what is essentially the reverse process, the task of establishing the connection between space lattices and external crystal morphology.
A very hard, brittle, silvery-white transition metal of the platinum group, iridium is generally credited with being the second densest element (after osmium) based on measured density, although calculations involving the space lattices of the elements show that iridium is denser.
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