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12/6/2018 Quiz 09 - Defects: Mat E 273 Quiz 09 - Defects Due Sep 17 at 12pm Points 23 Questions 9 Available Sep 10 at 12pm - Sep 17 at 12pm 7 days Time Limit None Allowed Attempts 3 This quiz was locked Sep 17 at 12pm. A±empt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 3,462 minutes 23 out of 23 Score for this attempt: 23 out of 23 Submitted Sep 16 at 9:48pm This attempt took 3,462 minutes. This is a challenging quiz. Please take your time to make sure you reference the correct structure, properly convert units, reference radius and diameter correctly, etc. Important: Please refer to the Quiz Information Page for constants and conversions. This page is also accessible via a link on our course homepage. To ensure that your calculations are within the tolerances I set, you need to: (i) use given values exactly as provided in the questions (ii) use constants and conversions as listed in the linked page above. The tolerances should allow you to use built in constants like pi on your calculator with no problems. Other, less common constants will be programmed as specified in the link provided above. (iii) provide your numeric answer in the format and unit specified after proper rounding (ignore sig fig rules). 1 / 1 pts Question 1 Particles (atoms, ions, molecules, etc.) tend to be completely stationary in solid materials.
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