CBSE Class 12-science Chemistry Imperfections in Crystals
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Stoichiometric and non - stochiometric defects in solidStoichiometric and non - stochiometric defects in solid, define semiconduc
Stoichiometric and non - stochiometric defects in solidStoichiometric and non - stochiometric defects in solid, define semiconduct
Crystalline and Amorphous SolidsThis video explains crystalline and amorphous solids and classification.
- why does salt appear yellow in colour when Na vapours are passed over it ?
- vacancy defects
- what metal excess defects? explain with example
- Examine the given defective crystal : X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ X+ Y- O Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- X+ Y- Answer the following questions : (a) Is the above defect stoichiometric or non stoichiometric ? (b) Write the term used for this type of defect. (c) Why do silver halides show this type of defect ?
- what is domain in magnatic properties of solids ?
- What are crystal defects.
- Which of the following Frenkel defects or Schottky defects decreases the density of the solid.
- Magnetite is ferrimagnetic on heating what changes are expected.
- Explain dislocation.
- Name two point defects and explain them.