# Difference between revisions of "D centred cell"

### From Online Dictionary of Crystallography

m (languages) |
m (typo) |
||

Line 2: | Line 2: | ||

− | The '''D centred cell''' is | + | The '''D centred cell''' is used for the rhombohedral description of the hexagonal lattice. Six right-handed ''D'' cell with basis vectors of equal length are obtained from the ''hP'' cell by means of one of the following transformation matrices: |

''D''<sub>1</sub>: 10-1/01-1/111 ''D''<sub>2</sub>: -101/0-11/111 | ''D''<sub>1</sub>: 10-1/01-1/111 ''D''<sub>2</sub>: -101/0-11/111 |

## Revision as of 13:02, 30 November 2016

Maille centrée D (*Fr*); Cella centrata D (*It*); D 複合単位胞 (*Ja*).

The **D centred cell** is used for the rhombohedral description of the hexagonal lattice. Six right-handed *D* cell with basis vectors of equal length are obtained from the *hP* cell by means of one of the following transformation matrices:

*D*_{1}: 10-1/01-1/111 *D*_{2}: -101/0-11/111

the other four *D* cells are obtained by cyclic permutation of the basis vectors.

The resulting *hD* cell has centring nodes at 1/3,1/3,1/3 and 2/3,2/3,2/3

## See also

- Centred lattices
- H centred cell
- Section 4.3.5.3 in the
*International Tables for Crystallography*, Volume A - Chapter 5 in the
*International Tables for Crystallography*, Volume A