Do yoh have some nice picture to show why the primitive vectors of basic cubic lattice are(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]\vec{a}_1=\frac{a}{2}(-\vec{e}_x+\vec{e}_y+\vec{e}_z)[/tex]

[tex]\vec{a}_2=\frac{a}{2}(\vec{e}_x-\vec{e}_y+\vec{e}_z)[/tex]

[tex]\vec{a}_3=\frac{a}{2}(\vec{e}_x+\vec{e}_y-\vec{e}_z)[/tex]

Thanks!

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# Basic cubic centered lattice

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