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RE: Crystal structures: understanding the strength of materials from "first principle"

in #stemng3 years ago

This reminds me of material science and engineering, one of the first topics we dealt with in the course. Lattices, BBC,FCC, the phase angles etc.

However, do you know that there are more states of matter? not just four


More than 4 states? Please help me with the remaining states. I though I mentioned them all.

The post wasn't exhaustive, I thought about talking about miller indices and all that but things were getting too long. As always, thanks @rharphelle

well, saying four states is actually fine but if you tell that to particle physicist, he would disagree.

you can check here to see the other states.