# Imagine the primitive cubic lattice. Now imagine grabbing opposite corners and stretching it along the body diagonal while keeping the edge lengths equal. The three angles between the lattice vectors remain equal but are no longer 90. What kind of primitive lattice have you made?

Chapter 12, Exercises #24

Imagine the primitive cubic lattice. Now imagine grabbing opposite corners and stretching it along the body diagonal while keeping the edge lengths equal. The three angles between the lattice vectors remain equal but are no longer 90°. What kind of primitive lattice have you made?

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