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Defect chemistry – a general introduction. Truls Norby. Brief history of structure, stoichiometry, and defects. Early chemistry had no concept of stoichiometry or structure. The finding that compounds generally contained elements in ratios of small integer numbers was a great breakthrough!
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Imperfection science – a general presentation Truls Norby

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Brief history of structure, stoichiometry, and deformities Early science had no understanding of stoichiometry or structure. The finding that mixes by and large contained components in proportions of little whole number numbers was an extraordinary leap forward! Understanding that outer geometry frequently reflected nuclear structure. Immaculateness ruled. Non-stoichiometry was out. Intermetallic mixes constrained re-acknowledgment of non-stoichiometry. Be that as it may, genuine comprehension of deformity science of mixes is under 100 years of age.

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Perfect structure Our course in imperfections takes the ideal structure as beginning stage. This can be viewed as the preferably deformity free inside of a solitary precious stone or extensive crystallite grain at 0 K.

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Close-pressing Metallic or ionic mixes can frequently be viewed as a nearby pressing of circles In ionic aggravates, this is regularly a nearby pressing of anions (and in some cases expansive cations) with the littler cations in interstices

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Some straightforward classes of oxide structures with close-stuffed oxide particle sublattices

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The perovskite structure ABX 3 Close-pressing of huge An and X Small B in octahedral interstices Alternative (and deluding?) representation

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We should utilize 2-dimensional structures for our schematic representations of imperfections Elemental strong Ionic compound

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Defects in a basic strong From A. Almar-Næss: Metalliske materialer.

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Defects in an ionic compound

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Defect classes Electrons (conduction band) and electron gaps (valence band) 0-dimensional imperfections point abandons deformity bunches valence absconds (restricted electronic deformities) 1-dimensional imperfections Dislocations 2-dimensional imperfections Defect planes Grain limits (regularly column of separations) 3-dimensional deformities Secondary stage

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Perfect versus flawed structure Perfect structure (in a perfect world exists just at 0 K) No mass transport or ionic conductivity No electronic conductivity in ionic materials and semiconductors; Defects present mass transport and electronic transport; dissemination, conductivity… New electrical, optical, attractive, mechanical properties Defect-subordinate properties

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Point deserts – natural issue Point surrenders (instrinsic scatter) frame suddenly at T > 0 K Caused by Gibbs vitality pick up as an aftereffect of expanded entropy Equilibrium is a consequence of the harmony between entropy pick up and enthalpy cost 1-and 2-dimensional imperfections don\'t shape suddenly Entropy not sufficiently high. Single gem is a definitive balance condition of every crystalline material Polycrystalline, disfigured, debased/doped materials is an aftereffect of extraneous activity

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Defect development and balance Free vitality versus number n of deformities  H n = n  H  S n = n  S vib +  S conf  G = n  H - Tn  S vib - T  S conf For n opportunities in a natural strong: E = E + v E K = [v E ] = n/(N+n) S conf = k ln P = k ln[ (N+n)!/(N!n!) ] For vast x: Stirling: ln x!  x ln x - x Equilibrium at dG/dn = 0 = H - TS vib - kT ln[ (N+n)/n ] = 0 n/(N+n) = K = exp( S vib/k - H/kT )

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Kröger-Vink documentation for 0-dimensional deformities Kröger-Vink-documentation A = concoction animal types or v (opportunity) s = site; cross section position or i (interstitial) c = charge Effective charge = Real charge nearby short charge site would have in immaculate grid Notation for successful charge: • positive/ negative x neutral (discretionary) Point surrenders Vacancies Interstitials Substitutional abandons Electronic imperfections Delocalised electrons electron gaps Valence deserts Trapped electrons Trapped gaps Cluster/related imperfections

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Perfect grid of MX, e.g. ZnO

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Vacancies and interstitials

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Electronic deformities

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Foreign species

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Protons and other hydrogen absconds H + H -

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How would we be able to apply whole number charges when the material is not completely ionic?

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The augmentation of the viable charge might be bigger than the deformity itself

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… much bigger… .

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… however when it moves, a whole number of electrons likewise move, in this way making the utilization of the straightforward deformity and whole number charges sensible

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Defects are givers and acceptors E c E v

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Defect compound responses Example: Formation of cation Frenkel imperfection combine: Defect synthetic responses must obey three tenets: Mass adjust: Conservation of mass Charge adjust: Conservation of charge Site proportion adjust: Conservation of host structure

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Defect concoction responses comply with the mass activity law Example: Formation of cation Frenkel imperfection match:

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Notes on mass activity law The standard state is that the site part of the imperfection is 1 Standard entropy and enthalpy changes allude to full site inhabitances. This is an unrealisable circumstance. In a perfect world weakened arrangements frequently accepted Note: The standard entropy change is an adjustment in the vibrational entropy – not the configurational.

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Electroneutrality The numbers or centralizations of positive and negative charges cross out, e.g. Frequently utilize streamlined, restricting electroneutrality condition: Note: The electroneutrality is a numerical expression, not a synthetic response. The coefficients in this way don\'t say what number of you get , yet how much each "weighs" as far as charge… .

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Site parities Expresses that more than one animal categories battle about similar site: Also this is a numerical expression, not a synthetic response.

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Defect structure; Defect fixations The imperfection focuses can now be found by joining Electroneutrality Mass and site parities Equilibrium mass activity coefficients Two deformities (restricting case) and in this way for minority abandons Brouwer charts or at least three deformities all the while More correct arrangements … these are the topics for the ensuing addresses and activities…

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