# translation lattice

• 1 translation lattice

трансляционная решётка, решётка Браве (любое из четырнадцати возможных размещений точек в пространстве, которые описывают с точки зрения симметрии все возможные расположения узлов решётки, имеющие место в кристаллах)

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