which voids are formed in cubic close packing in 3 dimension.
and how to find cubic root.
Asked by Seema Jain | 29th Mar, 2015, 05:13: PM
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Octahedral and Tetrahedral voids are formed in CCP in 3 dimension.
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 31st Mar, 2015, 07:27: PM
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