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WHAT TYPE OF DEFECT IS OBSERVED IN A SOLID SOLUTION OD CdCl2 AND AgCl ?
 
10 months ago

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Arun
21592 Points
							

Schottkey defect is the vacancy found in the crystal lattice of ionic compounds due to size difference in cations.

Here, we know that Ca is a divalent cation and remains as Ca+2 while silver is a univalent cation and remains as Ag+ .

So, when CaCl2 is added to AgCl, then one Ca+2 ion will replace two Agions which will create a vacancy in place of one Ag+ ion and so there will be the Schottkey defect in the compound.

10 months ago
jay
51 Points
							
its cadmium not calcium. so would the answer be same/.........................................................................................
10 months ago
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