Li0.5Bi0.5TiO3 ceramic powder was synthesized by high energy ball milling. The X-ray diffraction pattern of the sample was analyzed in a quantitative manner using rietveld analysis. X-rays is the finger print of a material and the diffracted intensity can be used to dig out a lot of information related to the material. Again to tailored a material it is necessary to understand the geometry of a material in a quantifying manner. So, in this study it is tried to present a indepth study of the material in term of its atomic positions, bond lengths, bond angles and energy density of different levels. Lastly, a simulated structure is presented using all the initial data available and its energy density.
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