11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Equilibrium vacancy concentration
Number of vacancies=Number of atomic sites*exp(-Activation energy for vacancy formation/([BoltZ]*Temperature)) GO
Temperature Dependence of the Energy Bandgaps
temperature dependence of energy bandgap =fitting parameter 1-((alpha*(Temperature^2))/(Temperature+beta)) GO
Temperature dependent diffusion coefficient
Diffusion coefficient=Pre-exponential factor*exp(-Activation energy for diffusion/([BoltZ]*Temperature)) GO
Dynamic Viscosity of Gases
Dynamic viscosity=((Constant a)*(Temperature^(1/2)))/(1+Constant b/Temperature) GO
Emmisive power of a body (Radiation)
Emissive power per unit area=(Emissivity*(Temperature)^4)*[Stefan-BoltZ] GO
Einstein Equation for electrons
Einstein Equation for electron=Mobility of electron*[BoltZ]*Temperature GO
Compressibility Factor
Compressibility Factor=Pressure*Specific Volume/([R]*Temperature) GO
Dew Point Depression
dewpoint depression=Temperature-dewpoint temperature GO
Reduced Temperature
Reduced Temperature=Temperature/Critical Temperature GO
Thermal Voltage
Volts-Equivalent of Temperature=Temperature/11600 GO
Gibbs Free Energy
Gibbs Free Energy=Enthalpy-(Temperature*Entropy) GO

Schottky Defect Concentration Formula

Number of Schottky Defects=Number of atomic sites*exp(-Activation energy for Schottky formation/(2*[BoltZ]*Temperature))
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Percent ionic character GO
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Young's Modulus of composite in longitudinal direction GO
Young's Modulus of composite in transverse direction GO
Longitudinal strength of composite GO
Longitudinal strength of discontinuous fiber-reinforced composite GO
Longitudinal strength of discontinuous fiber-reinforced composite ( less than critical length) GO

Schottky Defects

Schottky Defects might be thought of as being created by removing one cation and one anion from the interior of the crystal and then placing them both at an external surface. Since both cations and anions have the same charge, and since for every anion vacancy there exists a cation vacancy, the charge neutrality of the crystal is maintained.

How to Calculate Schottky Defect Concentration?

Schottky Defect Concentration calculator uses Number of Schottky Defects=Number of atomic sites*exp(-Activation energy for Schottky formation/(2*[BoltZ]*Temperature)) to calculate the Number of Schottky Defects, Schottky Defect Concentration is the equilibrium number of Schottkey defects per cubic metre. Number of Schottky Defects and is denoted by NS symbol.

How to calculate Schottky Defect Concentration using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Schottky Defect Concentration, enter Temperature (T), Number of atomic sites (N) and Activation energy for Schottky formation (Qs) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Schottky Defect Concentration calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.669E-49 = 8E+28*exp(-4.16566105800002E-19/(2*[BoltZ]*85)).

FAQ

What is Schottky Defect Concentration?
Schottky Defect Concentration is the equilibrium number of Schottkey defects per cubic metre and is represented as NS=N*exp(-Qs/(2*[BoltZ]*T)) or Number of Schottky Defects=Number of atomic sites*exp(-Activation energy for Schottky formation/(2*[BoltZ]*Temperature)). Temperature is the degree or intensity of heat present in a substance or object, Number of atomic sites per cubic metre and Activation energy for Schottky formation represents the energy needed for the formation of Schottky defect.
How to calculate Schottky Defect Concentration?
Schottky Defect Concentration is the equilibrium number of Schottkey defects per cubic metre is calculated using Number of Schottky Defects=Number of atomic sites*exp(-Activation energy for Schottky formation/(2*[BoltZ]*Temperature)). To calculate Schottky Defect Concentration, you need Temperature (T), Number of atomic sites (N) and Activation energy for Schottky formation (Qs). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Temperature, Number of atomic sites and Activation energy for Schottky formation and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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