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The unit cell for Cr2O3 has hexagonal symmetry with lattice parameters a = 0.4961 nm and c = 1.360 nm. If the density of this material is 5.22 g/cm3, calculate its atomic packing factor. For this computation assume ionic radii of 0.062 nm and 0.140 nm, respectively for Cr3+ and O2-.

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