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  1. 1. IMPERFECTIONS INCRYSTALS<br /> BY,<br /> MAYUR BAGALE<br /> AND<br /> SUSHANT MODI. <br />
  2. 2. Crystalline Imperfections<br />There is no such thing as a perfect crystal. <br />Why are defectsimportant? <br />Defects, even in very small concentrations, can<br /> have a dramatic impact on properties of material.<br /><ul><li>Without defects:</li></ul>metals would be much stronger<br />ceramics would be much tougher<br />crystals would have no color<br />
  3. 3. CRYSTALLINE IMPERFECTIONS arefrequently classified according to geometry or dimensionality of the defect.Point defects Line defects Interfacial defects Bulk or volume defects<br />
  4. 4. Point Defects <br />Classes of point defects:<br />

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