Determine the bravais lattice of the element, Science

An x-ray diffractometer recorder chart for an element that has either the BCC or the FCC crystal structure shows diffraction peaks at the following 2θ angles: 400, 580, 730, 86.80, 100.40, and 114.70. The wavelength of the incoming x-ray used was 0.154 nm.

a) Determine the Bravais lattice of the element.

b) Determine the lattice constant, a of the element

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