Question

# Match the defects in column 1 with statements given in column 2 and mark the appropriate choice.Column IColumn II(A) Simple vacancy defect(i)Shown by non-ionic solids and increases the density of the solid(B) Simple interstitial defect(ii)Shown by ionic solution and decreases the density of the solid(C) Frenkel defect(iii)Shown by non-ionic solids and decreases the density of the solid(D)Schottky defect(iv)Shown by ionic solids and density of the solid remains the sameA. (A)$\to$(iv), (B)$\to$(iii), (C)$\to$(ii), (D)$\to$(i)B. (A)$\to$(iii), (B)$\to$(iv), (C)$\to$(i), (D)$\to$(ii)C. (A)$\to$(iii), (B)$\to$(i), (C)$\to$(iv), (D)$\to$(ii)D. (A)$\to$(i), (B)$\to$(iii), (C)$\to$(iv), (D)$\to$(ii)

Hint: We should know about different types of defects that occur in solid due to deviation in the arrangement of constituting particles. We should know that in a crystalline solid, when the ideal arrangement of solids is distorted around a point or atom it is called a point defect.