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We have, to terms in Pb, (8.13) E - - f)P + g2P3 + g3P\ Above the

sufficiently weak applied fields the polarization will be small, and we may neglect

the terms in P3 and P6, so that the susceptibility is (8-14) *(+) = I = r=7 where the

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We have, to terms in Pb, (8.13) E - - f)P + g2P3 + g3P\ Above the

**Curie point**insufficiently weak applied fields the polarization will be small, and we may neglect

the terms in P3 and P6, so that the susceptibility is (8-14) *(+) = I = r=7 where the

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gi-f as for case A, with the difference that now f — g\ does not vanish at the

:> 4(ffi - /) and so at the

gi-f as for case A, with the difference that now f — g\ does not vanish at the

**Curie****point**. At the**Curie point**, but on the low temperature side, we find (8.20) X(") = ., * j:> 4(ffi - /) and so at the

**Curie point**x(+)/x(_ ) = 4 on this model. The ratio in Fig.Page 403

The susceptibility above the

law (9.15) holds if we take as the magnetic field the sum of the applied field H

and the Weiss field HB. Then (15.4) M _ C H + \M T or (15.5) x = *' H T - C\ This ...

The susceptibility above the

**Curie point**is deduced by postulating that the Curielaw (9.15) holds if we take as the magnetic field the sum of the applied field H

and the Weiss field HB. Then (15.4) M _ C H + \M T or (15.5) x = *' H T - C\ This ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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