Chemistry

The unit cell with all sides the same length and all angles equal to 90 degrees that has lattice points only at the corners is called

monoclinic
body-centered cubic
primative cubic
face-centered cubic
spherical cubic

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  1. try primitive cubic

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  2. primitive ccubic

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