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Which Stoichiometric Defect Does Not Change the Density of the Crystal? - Chemistry

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Which stoichiometric defect does not change the density of the crystal?

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Frenkel defect is the stoichiometric defect that does not change the density of the crystal because in this defect an ion generally cation gets dislocate which creates a vacancy and interstitial defect simultaneously which cancels out each other in terms of density and hence frenkel defect does not change density  of the crystal.

Concept: Imperfections in Solids - Introduction
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