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Bravais Crystal Lattices: Simple Tetragonal Bravais Crystal Lattice. Tetragonal crystal lattices result from stretching a cubic lattice along one lattice vectors, making the cube a rectangular prism with a square base. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Simple Tetragonal Bravais Crystal Lattice. Tetragonal crystal lattices result from stretching a cubic lattice along one lattice vectors, making the cube a rectangular prism with a square base. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Simple Cubic or Isometric Bravais Crystal Lattice. The simple cubic system has one lattice point on each corner of the cube with each lattice point shared equally between eight adjacent cubes. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Simple Cubic or Isometric Bravais Crystal Lattice. The simple cubic system has one lattice point on each corner of the cube with each lattice point shared equally between eight adjacent cubes. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Base Centered Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice:A monoclinic lattice is described by vectors of unequal length that form a rectangular prism with a parallelogram as base. Two pairs of vectors are perpendicular, while the third pair makes an angle other than 90°. Photo Credit: DrBoB

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Base Centered Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice:A monoclinic lattice is described by vectors of unequal length that form a rectangular prism with a parallelogram as base. Two pairs of vectors are perpendicular, while the third pair makes an angle other than 90°. Photo Credit: DrBoB

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Body-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal  Lattice.The body centered cubic system has eight corner points and one lattice point in the center of the unit cell. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Body-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal Lattice.The body centered cubic system has eight corner points and one lattice point in the center of the unit cell. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Rhombohedral or Trigonal Bravais Crystal Lattice.The rhombohedral (or trigonal) crystal is described by vectors of equal length, all three of which are not mutually orthogonal. You can think of the rhombohedral system as the cubic system stretched along a body diagonal. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Rhombohedral or Trigonal Bravais Crystal Lattice.The rhombohedral (or trigonal) crystal is described by vectors of equal length, all three of which are not mutually orthogonal. You can think of the rhombohedral system as the cubic system stretched along a body diagonal. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Face-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal  Lattice. The lattice points of a face-centered cubic crystal are on the faces of the cube. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Face-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal Lattice. The lattice points of a face-centered cubic crystal are on the faces of the cube. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Triclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice.  A triclinic crystal is described by vectors of unequal length. All three vectors are not mutually orthogonal. Photo Credit: DrBob

Types of Crystals: Shapes and Structures

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Triclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice. A triclinic crystal is described by vectors of unequal length. All three vectors are not mutually orthogonal. Photo Credit: DrBob

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Simple Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice

Types of Crystals: Shapes and Structures

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Simple Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice. A monoclinic lattice is described by vectors of unequal length that form a rectangular prism with a parallelogram as base. Two pairs of vectors are perpendicular, while the third pair makes an angle other than 90°. Photo Credit: DrBob

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Simple Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice. A monoclinic lattice is described by vectors of unequal length that form a rectangular prism with a parallelogram as base. Two pairs of vectors are perpendicular, while the third pair makes an angle other than 90°. Photo Credit: DrBob

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Body-Centered Tetragonal Bravais  Crystal Lattice. Tetragonal crystal lattices are made by stretching a cubic lattice along one of its lattice vectors, making the cube a rectangular prism with a square base. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

Bravais Crystal Lattices: Body-Centered Tetragonal Bravais Crystal Lattice. Tetragonal crystal lattices are made by stretching a cubic lattice along one of its lattice vectors, making the cube a rectangular prism with a square base. Photo Credit: DrBob, wikipedia.org

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