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Q: What is radius ratio in tetrahedral voids?

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The distance between two tetrahedral voids is 0.866*edge length of the cube.As tetrahedral voids are present at 1/4th of the distance from each corner on a body diagonal of a cube.On each body diagonal there are two tetrahedral voids so making a total of 8 tetrahedral voids in an FCC cube. the distance between two tetrahedral voids is half of the body diagonal of a cube and the body diagonal of a cube is1.732 times of the edge length of the cube

The ratio of a circle's circumference to its area is called the reciprocal of half the radius. The ratio of the circumference to its radius is called two times pi.

Radius of a circle = circumference/2*pi

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This is very, very basic math. The radius is half of the diameter. My 9 year old daughter knows this.

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The distance between two tetrahedral voids is 0.866*edge length of the cube.As tetrahedral voids are present at 1/4th of the distance from each corner on a body diagonal of a cube.On each body diagonal there are two tetrahedral voids so making a total of 8 tetrahedral voids in an FCC cube. the distance between two tetrahedral voids is half of the body diagonal of a cube and the body diagonal of a cube is1.732 times of the edge length of the cube

this is all the magic of arrangement............ of the layers...

what z radius ratio

Volume of voids divided by Volume of solids

diameter to radius ratio (for same circle) is 2:1

Radius ratio of FCC is 1.0 and of BCC is 0.732

The ratio of the circumference to the radius of the circle is 2 times pi

The ratio of radius to diameter for any circle is 1/2

There is no ratio of the radius of the base cone to the radius of the base of the cylinder. If they are the same and the height of the cones is the same the ratio of the radius of their bases is 1:1 ant the ratio of the heights is 1:1 and the ratio of the volumes (Vcone:Vcyclinder) is (1/3 Ï€ r2 h):(Ï€i r2 h) or 1/3

because they both have different radius ratio so they have different structure. radius ratio=radius of cations/ radius of anions

because they both have different radius ratio so they have different structure. radius ratio=radius of cations/ radius of anions

Na2O can be defined as a fcc structure containing cations in alternate tetrahedral voids. CuC12n can be defined as molar mass of 134.5527.+-0.0003 g/mol

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