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Finding 111 plane of Carbon Diamond
All, I looked at the example on the Mathematica Website with the Carbon Diamond Lattice. Example I am referring to I am wondering is there a way to highlight an individual plane such as the 111 or ...
Nov 6 '13 at 18:36
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