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Estimate the fraction of of unoccupied atomic sites in lead (Pb) at a temperature 10K below its melting point.

DATA:
Vacancy Fraction, nv/N T (degrees C)
1.8*10-7 100
7.2*10-6 200
Express your answer in terms of vacancy fraction, nv/N:

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    1*10^-4

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    1e-4

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