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The

We obtain the approximate transition temperature by setting the

energy equal ...

The

**interaction**energy is - ( p · E ) ; as E will be of the order of – Ps , the**interaction**energy is of the order of } ( 5 X 10 – 18 ) ( 8 X 104 ) = 2 X 10 - 13 ergs .We obtain the approximate transition temperature by setting the

**interaction**energy equal ...

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When the spin - orbit

perturbation on the system , the quenching may be partially lifted as the spin may

carry some orbital moment along with it . If the sign of the spin - orbit

favors ...

When the spin - orbit

**interaction**energy is introduced as an additionalperturbation on the system , the quenching may be partially lifted as the spin may

carry some orbital moment along with it . If the sign of the spin - orbit

**interaction**favors ...

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On certain assumptions it can be shown that the energy of

bearing spins Si , S ; contains a term ( 15 . 9 ) Eex = – 2JS ; . Sj , where J is the

exchange integral and is related to the overlap of the charge distributions i , j .

On certain assumptions it can be shown that the energy of

**interaction**of atoms i , jbearing spins Si , S ; contains a term ( 15 . 9 ) Eex = – 2JS ; . Sj , where J is the

exchange integral and is related to the overlap of the charge distributions i , j .

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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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