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Total volume of atoms in BCC
Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell=2*(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3 GO
Lattice Constant of BCC
Lattice Parameter of BCC=4*(Atomic Radius/sqrt(3)) GO
Lattice Parameter of FCC
Lattice Parameter of FCC=2*Atomic Radius*sqrt(2) GO
Lattice Parameter of BCC
Lattice Parameter of BCC=4*Atomic Radius/sqrt(3) GO
Lattice Constant of FCC
Lattice Parameter of FCC=2*sqrt(2)*Atomic Radius GO
Total volume of atoms in SCC
Volume of atoms=(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3 GO
Lattice Constant of SCC
Lattice Parameter=2*Atomic Radius GO

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Total volume of atoms in BCC
Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell=2*(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3 GO

Volume of atoms in FCC Formula

Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell=4*(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3
VOA=4*(4/3)*pi*r^3
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Lattice Constant of SCC GO
Atomic Radius in SCC GO
Total volume of atoms in SCC GO
Lattice Constant of BCC GO
Atomic Radius in BCC GO
Total volume of atoms in BCC GO
Lattice Constant of FCC GO
Atomic Radius in FCC GO
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Calculator for finding the volume of atoms in unit cell of FCC.

This volume can be calculated using the formula of volume of a sphere that is: (4/3)*pi*r^3 and 4 atoms are multiplied to it , where r is the radius of one atom. The volume is mainly used for studying the atomic packing factor of the FCC structure and the atomic radius is varied for different structures

How to Calculate Volume of atoms in FCC?

Volume of atoms in FCC calculator uses Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell=4*(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3 to calculate the Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell, The Volume of atoms in FCC formula is defined as similar to volume of sphere but the equation is multiplied by 4 atoms and radius value changes since the atomic radius r =(sqrt(3)/4)*a where a is lattice constant. Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell and is denoted by VOA symbol.

How to calculate Volume of atoms in FCC using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Volume of atoms in FCC, enter Atomic Radius (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Volume of atoms in FCC calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.195E-29 = 4*(4/3)*pi*1.24E-10^3.

FAQ

What is Volume of atoms in FCC?
The Volume of atoms in FCC formula is defined as similar to volume of sphere but the equation is multiplied by 4 atoms and radius value changes since the atomic radius r =(sqrt(3)/4)*a where a is lattice constant and is represented as VOA=4*(4/3)*pi*r^3 or Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell=4*(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3. Radius of the atom which forms the metallic crystal.
How to calculate Volume of atoms in FCC?
The Volume of atoms in FCC formula is defined as similar to volume of sphere but the equation is multiplied by 4 atoms and radius value changes since the atomic radius r =(sqrt(3)/4)*a where a is lattice constant is calculated using Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell=4*(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3. To calculate Volume of atoms in FCC, you need Atomic Radius (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Atomic Radius and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell?
In this formula, Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell uses Atomic Radius. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Volume of Atoms in Unit Cell=2*(4/3)*pi*Atomic Radius^3
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