what metal excess defects? explain with example
Asked by Avadhut Katkar | 23rd Aug, 2018, 06:48: PM
1) Metal Excess:
This occurs in two ways,
A. By anion vacancies:
In this defect, a negative ion is missing from its lattice site, leaving behind a hole which is occupied by an electron and maintain the electrical balance.
The crystals with this type of effect act as a semiconductor as they contain some free electrons.
Answered by Varsha | 24th Aug, 2018, 01:55: PM
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