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Wigner-Seitz cell for the body-centered structure. 45 5. 12. Conventional unit cell of the fcc structure. In the cell which is marked black, the atoms are situated on the corners and faces of the cubes. In the white cell, the atoms are at the centers of the edges and the center of the cell. The Wigner-Seitz cell is a special type of primitive unit cell which shows the cubic symmetry of the cubic cells. For its construction, one bisects the vectors from a given atom to its nearest neighbors and places a plane perpendicular to these vectors at the bisecting points.
6. "Free electron bands" plotted in the reduced zone scheme (cubic primitive crystal structure). One important question has remained essentially unanswered: What do these E versus lkl curves really mean? , with its momentum. We shall eventually learn to appreciate complete band diagrams in later chapters, in which we will draw from these diagrams important conclusions about the electronic properties of materials. In Figs. 5 the individual allowed energy regions and the disallowed energy regions, called band gaps, are clearly seen.
5. Translation Vectors and the Reciprocal Lattice In Fig. 14(a) the fundamental vectors t 1 , t 2 , t 3 are inserted in a unit cell of a cubic primitive lattice. 12) can be defined. Using this translation vector it is possible to reach, from a given lattice point, any other equivalent lattice point. For this, the factors n 1 , n 2 , n 3 have to be integers. In Fig. 14(b) the fundamental vectors t 1 , t 2 , t 3 are shown in a conventional unit cell of a bee lattice. 13) where h 1 , h 2 , and h3 are, again, integers.