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Miller indices practice examples: planes and directions

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Structure of Materials by Prof. Sandeep Sangal & Dr. Anandh Subramaniam,Department of Metallurgy and Material Science,IIT Kanpur.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in

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This video is about Working with Crystallographic Planes and Miller Indices

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Miller Indices for Planes

Practice problems for miller indices want to comes to planes directions and structures of a unit cell

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MrClean1796

Tutorial on how to sketch the crystallographic direction vector when given the Miller indices of the direction vector.

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Linda Vanasupa

Tutorial for indexing crystal planes and drawing planes given a miller index.
Video lecture for Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering (MSEN 201/MEEN 222), Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
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Patrick Shamberger

This video addresses the issues students commonly have with planes, Miller indices, and planar packing density.
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Miller Indices of Directions

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Digital Gurukul

This video addresses common issues students have with crystallographic (unit cell) directions.
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This work was supported by NSF Grants #0836041 and #1226325.

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Learn about Miller Indices and Planes, Calculating Miller Indices, Steps for Drawing Planes using Miller Indices, Family of Planes, Interplanar Distance, Numericals
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Miller Indices for a plane and its normal in Cubic Crystal

In this lecture we will discuss about crystallographic directions we will do few problems on it and then about angles in two crystallographic directions. book used is,
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How to calculate miller indices of planes and directions in a crystal structure

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Matthew Araujo

The application of a set of rules leads to the assignment of the Miller Indicesa set of numbers which quantify the intercepts and thus may be used to uniquely identify the plane or surface. ... So the surface/plane illustrated is the plane of the cubic crystal.Miller indices, group of three numbers that indicates the orientation of a plane or set of parallel planes of atoms in a crystal. If each atom in the crystal is represented by a point and these points are connected by lines, the resulting lattice may be divided into a number of identical blocks, or unit cells; the intersecting edges of one of the unit cells defines a set of crystallographic axes, and the Miller indices are determined by the intersection of the plane with these axes. The reciprocals of these intercepts are computed, and fractions are cleared to give the three Miller indices lengths equal to the edges of a unit cell has Miller indices of (111). This scheme, devised by British mineralogist and crystallographer William Hallowes Miller, in 1839, has the advantage of eliminating all fractions from the notation for a plane. In the hexagonal system, which has four crystallographic axes, a similar scheme of four Bravais-Miller indices is used.Phase, in thermodynamics, chemically and physically uniform or homogeneous quantity of matter that can be separated mechanically from a nonhomogeneous mixture and that may consist of a single substance or of a mixture of substances. The three fundamental phases of matter are solid, liquid, and gas (vapour), but others are considered to exist, including crystalline, colloid, glassy, amorphous, and plasma phases. When a phase in one form is altered to another form, a phase change is said to have occurred.• A vector r passing from the origin to a lattice point can be written as: r = r1 a + r2 b + r3 c where, a, b, c → basic vectors and Miller Indices for Planes: Procedure 1. Identify the plane intercepts on the x, y and z-axes. 2. Specify intercepts in fractional coordinates. 3. Take the reciprocals of the fractional intercepts. In Materials Science it is important to have a notation system for atomic planes since these planes influence • Optical properties • Reactivity • Surface tension • Dislocations
We've now seen how crystallographic axes can be defined for the various crystal systems. Two important points to remember are that
The lengths of the crystallographic axes are controlled by the dimensions of the unit cell upon which the crystal is based.
The angles between the crystallographic axes are controlled by the shape of the unit cell.
We also noted last time that the relative lengths of the crystallographic axes control the angular relationships between crystal faces. This is true because crystal faces can only develop along lattice points. The relative lengths of the crystallographic axes are called axial ratios, our first topic of discussion.
Axial Ratios
Axial ratios are defined as the relative lengths of the crystallographic axes. They are normally taken as relative to the length of the b crystallographic axis. Thus, an axial ratio is defined as follows:
Axial Ratio = a/b : b/b : c/b
where a is the actual length of the a crystallographic axis, b, is the actual length of the b crystallographic axis, and c is the actual length of the c crystallographic axis.
For Triclinic, Monoclinic, and Orthorhombic crystals, where the lengths of the three axes are different, this reduces toModern crystallographers can use x-rays to determine the size of the unit cell, and thus can determine the absolute value of the crystallographic axes. For example, the mineral quartz is hexagonal, with the following unit cell dimensions as determined by x-ray crystallography:
a1 = a2 = a3 = 4.913Å
c = 5.405Å
where Å stands for Angstroms = 10-10 meter.
Thus the axial ratio for quartz is
1 : 1 : 1 : 5.405/4.913
or
1: 1 : 1 : 1.1001
which simply says that the c axis is 1.1001 times longer than the a axes.
For orthorhombic sulfur the unit cell dimensions as measured by x-rays are:
a = 10.47Å
b = 12.87Å
c = 24.39Å
Thus, the axial ratio for orthorhombic sulfur is:
10.47/12.87 : 12.87/12.87 : 24.39/12.87
or
0.813 : 1 : 1.903
Because crystal faces develop along lattice points, the angular relationship between faces must depend on the relative lengths of the axes. Long before x-rays were invented and absolute unit cell dimensions could be obtained, crystallographers were able to determine the axial ratios of minerals by determining the angles between crystal faces. So, for example, in 1896 the axial ratios of n name, or index faces of crystals and define directions within crystals.Crystal faces can be defined by their intercepts on the crystallographic axes. For non-hexagonal crystals, there are three cases

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Materials science problem that shows how to determine the indices of a plane in a cubic unit cell.

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Video tutorial on how to draw crystallographic planes from the Miller indices. It also covers how to identify the Miller indices when given a sketch of the plane.

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Linda Vanasupa

This is lecture 7 in the series of chapter-1:crystal structure of course SOLID STATE PHYSICS.
here we will learn what is miller indices of planes ,and we will do some very good questions,
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Tutorial on how to sketch the crystallographic direction vector when given the Miller indices of the direction vector.

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HOW TO DRAW PLANES IN MATERIAL SCIENCE

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Aniket Kolekar

Determines the four-parameter Miller-Bravais indices for an hexagonal unit cell.
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Tutorial for indexing crystal planes and drawing planes given a miller index.
Video lecture for Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering (MSEN 201/MEEN 222), Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
http://engineering.tamu.edu/materials

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Patrick Shamberger

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So what are Miller indices? They are a set of whole numbers to represent a plane or a direction inside a single crystal. In many semiconductor processing steps precise surface orientation is critical and directly affects the devices’ characteristics. We need a systematic way to represent different crystallographic planes and directions within a single crystal. And Miller indices are for this purpose.
This picture shows that single crystal silicon wafers’ surface is carefully aligned to lie in a specific crystallographic plane. And a ‘flat’ cut is ground along the edge to identify a reference direction within the surface plane. The top surface is represented by its Miller indices “(100)”. And the upward direction perpendicular to this plane is represented by its Miller indices “[001]”.
Then how do we get these Miller indices numbers? Here is the procedure for a crystallographic plane. In the next slide we will talk about the procedure for a direction.
We follow a very simple step by step procedure to get the Miller indices for a plane within a single crystal.
First, we need a coordinate system, so we set up coordinate axes along the edges of the unit cell. In this simple cubic cell, it’s the x, y, z axes.
Then let’s look at the plane of interest. And write down the values where it intercepts the axes. For this example, it is ‘a’ for x axis, ‘one half of b’ for y axis, and ‘3c’ for z axis.
Then we divide these values by the unit cell length along the respective axis. So ‘a’ divided by ‘a’ is 1 for x axis, ‘one half of b divided by b’ is one half for y axis, and ‘3c divided by c’ is 3 for z axis.
Now we need to invert the values, so 1 over 1 is 1 for x axis, 1 over one-half is 2 for y axis, and 1 over 3 is one-third for z axis.
Then we multiply these numbers by a minimum possible integer so these numbers become the smallest possible whole numbers. For this particular case, we need to multiply with the number 3, and we get 3, 6, 1 as the final numbers.
Lastly enclose this set of whole numbers inside a pair of curly brackets, so “(3,6,1)” is the Miller indices for this plane.
This picture shows more examples of Miller indices for different planes. There are two special cases we need to take care of.
First, if the plane is parallel to an axis, the “intercept” along that axis is marked as infinity. When you invert infinity, you get the number zero. This is why you see zeros such as “(100)” which is parallel to y and z axis, “(110)” which is parallel to z axis, etc.
Second, If the plane intercepts an axis in the negative portion, the minus sign is placed on top of the corresponding number, such as this “minus 1, zero, zero” plane.
The Miller indices for a direction are established by decomposing a vector in the direction into its components. Let’s look at the [120] direction in this example.
This vector’s x axis projection value is “one half”, y axis projection value is “1”, z axis projection value is “0”.
We then multiply these numbers by “2” so the results will be a set of smallest possible whole numbers. Thus we get 1, 2, 0.
We then enclose them inside a pair of square brackets. This is the convention for Miller indices of a direction.
We take care of directions parallel to axes and negative numbers the same way as for planes as we pointed out in the last page.
Lastly, here are some more direction examples and you can practice getting their Miller indices.

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0:00 discussion of TI-89 how to videos
1:32 discussion of midterm problem vs HWs and how to study for next midterm
4:14 polymorphism and allotrophy
6:37 Seven crystal systems and fourteen Bravais lattices
10:07 Miller indices for points (positions in unit cell)
12:11 Miller indices for directions
14:50 families of crystallographic directions
17:37 Miller indices in hexagonal systems
22:57 Miller indices for planes
31:49 showing interplanar spacing (d) for different planes
34:24 linear density and planar density
38:15 close-packed structures FCC vs HCP
42:38 single crystal vs polycrystalline materials
47:12 anisotropy vs isotropy

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Taylor Sparks

How to find Miller Indices and distance between two parallel plane in crystal using miller indices.

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How to calculate miller indices for HCP

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Matthew Araujo

Complete set of Video Lessons and Notes available only at http://www.studyyaar.com/index.php/module/81-crystal-structure
Direction Indices in Lattice, Typical Examples on Direction Indices, Equivalent Directions in a Lattice, Equivalent Directions in Cubic Lattice
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Explains the Miller indices notation used to label planes in a crystal structure. Made by faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Reviewed by faculty from other academic institutions.
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Finding miller indices of a crystal plane and drawing a plane for given miller indices

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Tutorial example solutions for labeling and drawing crystal planes with Miller Indices. In addition, we show why you can select any origin or convert planes to smallest integers using crystal diagram software VESTA

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Taylor Sparks

This is the "Talking Head" version of this topic, including three examples.
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Scott Ramsay

This lecture discusses the indexing of crystal planes and directions using Miller and Miller-Bravias indexing system.

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Material Science and Engineering - IITR

Miller indices form a notation system in crystallography for planes in crystal lattices. We used just Logic Gates to show different planes of Miller indices in a LED Cube in real time.
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