Hello, there. I'm having a small problem with Miller's indices.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1) Imagine that the plane (2 1 1) is given in the fcc lattice. How can I determine Miller's indices of that plane in the sc and in the bcc?

2) And after that, how can I find the density of lattice's points?

1) So far I took the vectors of the reciprocal space:

a*,b*andc*and then I tried to compute the vectorG=n1a*+ n2b*+ n3c*

But then what?

2) The only thing that I know is that the density of lattice's points is proportional of the quantity 1/G

Any help?

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# Miller's indices

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