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CRYSTAL STRUCTURE

Order in one dimension

A crystal structure with one-dimensional order is identified in oxide ceramics, which is distinguished from the well-known categories of solid structures and potentially provides unexpected properties.

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Fig. 1: Schematic of symmetric tilt grain boundaries and the 1D ordered structure.