An element exists in two crystallographic modifications with FCC and BCC structures. The ratio of the densities of the FCC and BCC modifications in terms of the volumes of their unit cells (VFCC and VBCC) is:
  • a)
    VBCC: VFCC
  • b)
    2VBCC: VFCC
  • c)
    VBCC: 2VFCC
  • d)
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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