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  • adj. Having an atom at the centre of each face and one at each vertex

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Examples

  • Nickel's face-centered cube crystal structure is virtually unaltered all the way up to that temperature.

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  • Baughman et al. (1998) revealed that 69% of the cubic elemental metals and some face-centered cubic (fcc) rare gas solids are auxetic when stretched along the specific [110] off-axis direction.

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  • The non-magnetic form of iron characterized by a face-centered cubic lattice crystal structure.

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  • The HiBORE XLS line of woods utilizes Distance Driven Geometry ™ by lowering the crown which, in turn, lowers the center of gravity (CG) to produce the only face-centered sweet spot in golf.

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  • Boasting a face that is 16\% larger than its HiBORE® XLS predecessor, the new HiBORE® Monster XLS utilizes Distance Driven Geometry ™ by lowering the crown, which in turn, lowers the center of gravity (CG) to produce the only face-centered sweet spot in golf.

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  • This latest driver offers golfers of all levels the benefits of Full-Face Performance (FFP), which is driven by a face-centered sweet spot and a more efficient energy transfer to the ball.

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  • A Dummy Atom Model (DAM) is randomly generated and composed of an array of given contrast spheres densely packed on a hexagonal face-centered cubic lattice of given lattice constant.

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  • The face-centered atoms are shared by two cells and have weight 1 / 2, and so on).

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