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You have a single crystal of 100% pure gold. Identify which of the following defects you would expect to be present at room temperature.

Free surface
Grain boundaries
Vacancies
Inclusions
Substitutional impurity atoms
Interstitial impurity atoms

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    Noted.

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    Free Surface
    Vacancies

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