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The energy of vacancy formation in palladium (Pd) is 1.5 eV. At 888C there is one vacancy for every million (106) atom sites. What temperature would be necessary to achieve a vacancy fraction of one for every thousand (10 3) atom sites?

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    1882

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    Thank you!

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    it's wrong....

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    Correction, it's right. WHY it is right though, that is the question. After all, who would want to know how to do a similar question where internet access is disallowed? Anyone who hasn't just stumbled onto the question, or already knows how, that's who.

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