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The crystal structure of cesium chloride (CsCl) is shown in the figure below. The dark spheres represent atoms of Cl.

Identify the crystal system:
Cubic
Tetragonal
Orthorhombic
Rhombohedral
Hexagonal
Monoclinic
Triclinic

Identify the Bravais lattice:
Simple cubic
Body CenteredCubic
Face Centered Cubic
Hexagonal

Identify the basis of the crystal structure:
Simple CubicBody
Centered Cubic
Cs+
Cs+Cl−pair
Cl−

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    Cubic

    Simple cubic

    Cs+Cl−pair

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    Thank you!

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    How exactly did you work this out? I managed to get the first 2 right, but I could not work out the basis of the crystal structure.

    P.S this question is copied word for word in an Edx online course. I do not mind if someone asked HOW to do it, but asking for the answer is a bit lazy. next time, could you please not go and as such a question in such a way? and also, to any OTHER Edx students reading this, please don't cheat. the answers to the question are in the video if you look hard enough, and think hard enough.

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