Structure in Solids

  • George H. Duffey
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Abstract

TO AN OBSERVER, THE UNIVERSE APPEARS to be made up of objects and beings that act on each other. With an appropriate divider, each object may be broken down into smaller parts. When the object is homogeneous, each part is like any other part of the same size and shape.

Keywords

Graphite Lithium Sodium Chloride Hexagonal Retina 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • George H. Duffey
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  1. 1.South Dakota State UniversityBrookings

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